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2009学年第一学期三校联考期中考试英语试卷及答案


2009 学年第一学期三校联考期中考试
英语学科
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第一部分:单项填空( 小题; 第一部分:单项填空(共 20 小题 每小题 0.5 分,满分

10 分) 部分 1 Many people have come to realize that they should go on make A. a;/ ____ room in their day for exercise. B. the; a C. the; the D. /;a _ balanced diet and

2.Livemocha.com is a free site __________ visitors can not just learn various languages but also chat online. A. where B. which C. that D. what 3. ___________ the difficulty we may come across, we are determined to work hard to achieve our goal. A. Regardless A. gave off outside world. A. in the end A. stroke 7. A. of which B. by the end B. occurred B. with which C. on end C. happened C. about which D. at the end D. saw D. into which 6. It suddenly _________ to me that we could use the computer to do the job. Gun control is a subject Americans have argued for a long time. B. Despite with B. gave out C. Even though C. gave up D. Regardless of D. gave in 4. What disappointed us was that their determination finally_________. 5. It snowed heavily for three days _________ and we were separated from the

8. ——Be careful! Don’t forget you are on a ladder. ——But you are holding it for me, nothing ______________. A. worry about her life. A. whichever B. however
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B. to worry about

C. is worried about

D. worrying about

9. She is very dear to us. We have been prepared to do ___________it takes to save C. whatever
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D. whoever

10. News came from the school office ________Wang Lin had been admitted to Beijing University. A. which B. what C. that D. where 11. ——Hi, Tracy,you look pale. ——I am tired. I _______ the living room all day. A. painted C. have been painting clearly. A. over A. aware A. to be robbed C. robbed 15. He asked me ________ with me. A. what the matter is C. what’s the matter B. what the mater was D. what was the matter B. down B. confident C. across C. awful B. to have keen robbed D. having been robbed D. on D. magnificent 13. You must be _________ that what you are doing is quite illegal. 14. The bank is reported in the local newspaper ____in broad daylight yesterday. B. had painted D. have painted

12. The purpose of the communication is to get your message _______ to others

16 I would love ______ to the party last night but I had to work extra hours to finish a report. A. to go B. to have gone C. going D. having gone 17.——I want to go to Beijing with you. ——If so, your holiday arrangement must _________ mine. D. fit in with A. catch up with B. come up with C. put up with 18. In order to ________ a good knowledge of English, he gave up the job and went to Britain. A. require B. inquire C. acquire D. address 19. Was it in the beautiful park ________ we located by the sea _________ we first met our new Chinese teacher? A. where; that B. which; which C. that; that D. which; where 20. ——I hear that Mary won the prize of the biology contest. ——__________ She was not interested in it at all. A. You’re kidding! B. So what? C. Why not? D. Not really.

第二部分:完型填空( 小题; 第二部分:完型填空(共 20 小题 每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 部分 Temperature is part of my married romance. Coming to New York from
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Baltimore-where there is just one small snowstorm each year—I was 21 by a fireplace in my new home, with fires 22 all day, just as what ancient people did at a wedding. My husband, Peter, comes from northern Ontario, where winter 23 from September to May and cold wind is 24 . “When Canadians have 30 below, they 25 it,” he says. “Cold wind is for crybabies.” So to marry this man I had to learn to 26 for serious cold. To get me from Baltimore’s Inner Harbor to Albany’s frozen Hudson, Peter piled me 27 jackets and sweaters, scarves and gloves, even a hat with earflaps. The gift of Sorel boots---comfortably warm at Canada’s 30 below, was a 28 we were getting serious. That first winter together, living in upstate New York, I thought I’d 29 . My boots were good below freezing, but my fingers could 30 tie them. Physical adaptation is real, but it came slowly. And there is also emotional 31 to cold. Some days I tell myself that I have enough beach memories to stick to on 32 days and other days I am reminded that living cold does indeed build 33 . 34 , having a warm house is important. After my first marriage ended, for years I _35 went on a second date with a man whose response to my “I’m cold.” was, “Put on a sweater.” Now I’m married to a man who 36 that cold hands do not mean a warm heart, and that a big oil bill is better than roses. But surprisingly, I’ve grown, too. I am 37 , in this new life and climate, to go and look for that cost-saving sweater. The word comfortable did not 38 refer to being contented. Its Latin root, comfortare, means to strengthen. The Holy Spirit is Comforter; not to make us comfortable, but to make us 39 . We 40 not be warm but we are indeed comforted. 21.A.set down 22.A.lighting 23.A.appears 24.A.something 25.A.suggest 26.A.wear 27.A under 28.A.remark 29.A.sleep B.set about B.burning B.starts B.everything B.mean B.stand B.over B.sign B.forget
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C.set up C.going C.keeps C.nothing C.overlook C.dress C.inside C.warning C.die
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D.set out D.flashing D.runs D.none D.enjoy D.ride D.with D.show D.continue

30.A.hardly 31.A.health 32.A.rainy 33.A.character 34.A.Meanwhile 35.A.merely 36.A.wonders 37.A.unable 38.A.originally 39.A.wild 40.A.will

B.easily B.action B.freezing B.love B.However B.ever B.knows B.accustomed B.exactly B.cold B.must

C.tightly C.feelings C.sunny C.hope C.Therefore C.never C.states C.interested C.actually C.strong C.can

D.loosely D.adaptation D.happy D.hardship D.Besides D.just D.decides D.willing D.namely D.warm D.may

第三部分:阅读理解( 小题; 第三部分:阅读理解(共 25 小题 每小题 2 分,满分 50 分) 部分 A At one time no one could travel on an English road faster than four miles an hour. That was the law until 1896. A man had to walk in front of a car which could not go faster than the man. At night the man had to carry a red lamp. Once Charles Rolls brought a car from France to England, but he wanted to drive faster than four miles an hour. In order to have no trouble with the police, he had a talk with some of the police officers, who ordered their policemen to look the other way when the car came along the road. This was a good plan in the country, but not so easy to follow in the busy streets of London. One night Rolls and some friends started from London on their journey to Cambridge. One of the men walked in front with the red lamp, but he walked as fast as he could. The police became very interested in walls and shop-fronts when they heard the car and not one of them saw it. They reached a hill, but what a waste of time it was to drive down the hill at four miles an hour! Rolls was getting ready to jump into the car, but then he noticed a policeman who was not looking the other way. The slow car reached him. “Good evening,” said the policeman, looking at the car. “Good evening,” said Rolls, holding the lamp. “One of these horseless things,” said the policeman, looking at it with interest. “Yes,” said Rolls, and waited. “I’ve often wanted a ride in one, but of course policemen can’t buy things like that.” He turned and looked hopefully in Rolls’s face.
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“Jump in,” said Rolls. “Thanks,” said the policeman, and did so. “Now,” he said, sitting down, “You can let it go just as you like down this hill. There isn’t another policeman on this road for a mile and a half.” 41.The policemen were told “to look the other way” so that _______. A. they could watch the car coming from the other direction B. Rolls’s car could go faster than four miles an hour C. they could make sure no one was in the way D. the car would not hit them on the road 42.In what way did the policemen carry out the order from their officers? A. They greeted Rolls when the car came along. B. They walked in front of the car with a red lamp. C. They pretended to be attracted by something else. D. They stood on duty every 1.5 miles along the road. 43.The policeman who said “Good evening” to Rolls wanted to _______. A. teach Rolls a lesson C. have a talk with Rolls B. take a free ride home D. have a car ride experience

44.After the policeman jumped into the car, Rolls _______. A. dared not drive the car faster than he was allowed to B. could drive as fast as he wished within a certain distance C. could drive on any road he liked for the rest of the journey D. drove his car as fast as he could down the hill to Cambridge B Children who spend more time reading with their parents have a greater chance of becoming better readers than those who don’t. With help from their parents, children can learn techniques to improve their reading skills. “A lot of parents think after their child learns to read, they should stop reading to them,” Donna George said. “They are sadly mistaken.” George offers her services to parents at the Title I Learning Centers. She said reading aloud to children may be the most valuable thing parents can do. “It is better for children to hear things at a higher level than where they are,” George said. “Parents are their child’s first teacher.” Parents help their children build listening, phonics, comprehension and vocabulary skills when they read aloud to them. Before parents can identify reading problems, they should escape the
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enemy-television and limit the time their children spend watching television. George suggested not allowing kids to have a TV in their bedrooms, setting a schedule of when kids can watch or keeping a list of how many programs children watch. Louise Joines said while her 14-year-old daughter and 10-year-old son enjoy reading, the television sometimes becomes a distraction. So she tries to build the situation by suggesting books the entire family will enjoy reading together, like the Harry Potter series. Parents who do not read themselves should not count on their children being enthusiastic about it. If parents would read to their children at least 15 minutes every day, children would not have so many problems in school. It is the patents’ job to help build that desire in their children, and of course to know what kind of books to read is also important. 45. According to George, reading aloud to children ________. A. help them correct mistakes B. is helpful to their reading C. is parents’ first duty to their children D. can get children out of television’s attraction 46. The underlined word “distraction” (in Paragraph 4) means something that __________. A. can improve children’s reading B. can help children’s right way of reading C. can make children interested in reading D. can make children not attentive 47. What does the fourth paragraph mainly want to show is important? A. reading skills C. feeding materials paragraph? A. Parents choose reading materials for their children. B. Advice is given to control their children. C. What TV programs children can watch during reading. D. How children improve their reading by themselves. 49. Which one would be the best title for the passage? A. Children Spend More Time Reading with Parents. B. Parents Are Their Child’s First Teacher.
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B. reading speed D. reading environment

48. If the passage is not completed, which of the following can follow the fifth

C. How Parents Make Their Child a Better Reader. D. How to Improve Children’s Reading Ability. C If you’re the type of traveler who just wants a suitable place to hang your hat and you don’t want to spend a fortune to do it, here are several ways to save on your next hotel room: *Be Flexible Hotel rates are based on supply and demand, so be aware of peak periods. If your destination’s high season is from December through April and you’re trying to book near the end of April, you might find considerable savings if you change your travel dates by a week or two. *Check Hotel Web Sites The large travel-booking Web sites often sell rooms from the middlemen who have bought up empty hotel rooms. But the major hotel chains also offer last-minute discounts, and because they’re not paying the middleman, they sometimes have better deals than the travel sites. *Don’t be Afraid to Bargain Most people are so intimidated (畏缩的) by know-it-all hotel desk clerks that they don’t bargain for a better deal. But bargaining for a better deal is often worth the trouble, because most hotel general managers would prefer having a customer paying a lower-than-usual rate to no customer at all. And if you find something unfair on your hotel bill, don’t be afraid to complain. To keep your goodwill, hotels will often reduce or cancel such charges. *Avoid Hidden Costs Expensive little extras hotels never mention can increase the cost of your stay. Don’t let this happen. Find out about resort fees, fees for parking and Internet use before you agree to stay. And don’t touch the hotel’s phone unless you absolutely have to — the rates can be more than $2 a minute even inside the United States. 50. According to the passage, which of the following will save you some money? A. Change your visiting places in high season. B. Book rooms through Web sites. C. Use the hotel’s phone. D. Bargain with desk clerks for your room, 51. That travelers can bargain for better deal is often based on the fact that _______. A. managers often prefer a lower-paid customer to no customer B. there are many places which should not be charged C. customers are often afraid to complain the price D. the desk clerks and managers often cheat the travelers
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52. The passage was mainly written to ________. A. advertise hotels C. serve the travelers B. complain high costs D. introduce hotel services D Do you want to live forever? By the year 2050, you might actually get your wish — if you are willing to leave your biological body and live in silicon circuits (半导体 电路). But long before then, perhaps as early as 2010, some measures will begin offering a semblance of immortality (虚拟的永生). Researchers are confident that technology will soon be able to track every waking moment of your life. Whatever you see and hear, all that you say and write, can be recorded, analyzed and added to your personal chronicles (履历). By the 2030, it may be possible to catch your nervous (神经) systems through electrical activities, which would also keep your thoughts and emotions. Researchers at the laboratories of British Telecommunications have given the name of this idea as Soul Catcher. Small electronic equipment will make preparation for Soul Catcher. It would use a wearable supercomputer, perhaps in a wristwatch, with wireless links to micro sensors under your scalp (头皮) and in the nerves that carry all five sensory signals. So wearing a video camera would no longer be required. At first, the Soul Catcher’s companion system — the Soul Reader — might have trouble copying your thoughts in complete details. Even in 2030, we may still be struggling to understand how the brain is working inside, so reading your thoughts and understanding your emotions might not be possible. But these signals could be kept for the day when they can be transferred to silicon circuits to revitalize minds everlasting entities (永生实体). Researchers can only wonder what it will be like to wake up one day and find yourself alive inside a machine. For people who choose not to live in silicon, semblance of immortality would not be as useless as they thought. People would know their lives would not be forgotten, but would be kept a record of the human race forever. And future generations would have a much fuller understanding of the past. History would not be controlled by just the rich and powerful, Hollywood stars, and a few thinkers in the upper society. 53.The main idea of this passage is that A. human beings long for living forever B. there are many difficulties in making the Soul Catcher C. people can live forever as technology develops
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D. the invention of Soul Catcher has great importance 54.According to this passage, a Soul Catcher will be B. a new invention in order to catch and keep human’s thoughts C. made by British scientists to offer something that looks like living forever D. made of silicon circuits which can catch people’s nervous activity 55.We can infer from the passage that semblance of immortality is A. to be a reality sooner or later C. just an idea that couldn’t t be realized at all to ____________. A. make dead C. make known E I am one of the many city people who are always saying that given the choice we would prefer to live in the country away from the dirt and noise of a large city. If it weren’t for my job I would immediately move out for the open spaces and go back to nature. Cities can be frightening places. The majority of the population live in many tower blocks, noisy, dirty and impersonal. The sense of belonging to a community tends to disappear when you live fifteen floors up. All you can see from your window is sky, or other blocks of flats. Children become aggressive and nervous as they are shut up at home all day, with nowhere to play; their mothers feel isolated (孤立的) from the rest of the world. Strangely enough, in the past the residents (居民) of one street all knew each other, but nowadays people on the same floor in tower blocks don’t even say hello to each other. Country life, on the other hand, differs from this kind of isolated existence in that a sense of community generally binds the residents of small villages together. People have the advantage of knowing that there is always someone to turn to when they need help. But country life has disadvantages too. While it is true that you may be among friends in a village, it is also true that you are cut off from the exciting and important events that take place in cities. There’s little possibility of going to a new show or the latest movie. Shopping becomes a major problem, and for anything slightly out of the ordinary you have to go a long way to the nearest large town. The
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A. a new machine on which research measures have already been made

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B. far from certain D. a fading hope

56.The meaning of the underlined word “revitalize” in the fourth paragraph is close B. make famous D. make active

city people who leave for the country often can’t bear the stillness and quiet there. What, then, is the answer? The country has the advantage of peace and quiet, but suffers from the disadvantage of being cut off; the city gives people a feeling of isolation, and constant noise can nearly drive you mad. But one of its main advantages is that you are at the center of things, and that life doesn’t come to an end at half-past nine at night. Some people have found a compromise (折衷) between the two: leave cities and move to villages within commuting (乘车往返) distance of large cities. It sounds great! 57.It seems that the writer prefers to live in the country mainly because ______. A. the city is somehow polluted B. the country folks are more friendly C. one can get better sleep in the country D. it’s hard for people to find jobs in the city 58.The biggest disadvantage of living in the country is that ______. A. life there is inconvenient B. shopping is almost impossible C. you can not see a movie or a show D. life comes to an end at half past nine 59.As to which is better, city life or country life, the writer ______. A. did some explanation B. made some comparison C. described both of them vividly D. talked a lot about his preference 60.The underlined word “binds” in the third paragraph is similar in meaning to ______. A.attracts C.prevents B.drives D.unites

第二节:任务型阅读理解:纽约时报头版头条刊登了美国科学家有关全球变暖的 报告, 引起了大家的激烈讨论。 阅读第 61 至 65 题中的各人发表的意见和 A 至 F 的六种观点,选出符合各人观点的最佳选项,并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。 选项中有一项是多余选项。 61. I trust the science, the scientists, and the alarming prospect of global warming. However, I have trouble understanding how a 5 degrees temperature change causes these problems. If the temperature rises from 65 to 70 degrees (or 90 to 95 degrees
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where I live), then I don't even need to change what I’m wearing. 62. If humans are the cause of climate change, then we humans can all do our best for the changes to our environment. Simple things such as switching to fluorescent light bulbs(日光灯泡). Driving less, buying from local farmers, will help, if we etc. all are involved and do something. We don’t have to wait for our government to take action. 63. This whole global warming debate is ridiculous. Does anyone realize that humans and CO2 given out only contribute to 2% of the global temperature change every year? Why is there no media coverage for the other side of the debate? 64. One of the basic facts is that the earth puts itself through these stages every couple hundred thousand years. It's a natural occurrence in nature. We might be helping global warming along, but it was certain to happen anyway. It's just what the earth does. 65. If we are expected to accept what we are being told and what the future may bring, what is the rest of the world doing? It seems that the U.S. is taking the blame and again to be the cure of all. We are told what we must do, but what are Europe and Asia, two of the worst contributors to the problem, doing? A. Every common citizen can make a big difference. B. Global warming is a natural cycle of the earth. C. Other countries are to blame except U.S. D. Humans are not fully responsible for global warming. E.I doubt a small temperature change could cause major problems. F. All countries should make efforts to control global warming. 第四部分:短文改错( 小题; 第四部分:短文改错(共 10 小题 每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 部分 文中共有 10 处语言错误,错误涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。 注意:每处错误及其修改仅限一词,并且只允许修改 10 处,多者(从第 11 处起)不计分。 Sunday September 6th 2009 Sunny

Today, I went to the Zhoukoudian caves with some of my friends, an archaeologist showed us around. It was the first time that we had being to such a place, so most of us were curious that everything there. We asked many questions, such as
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“How could people live there?” “How did they keep warm?” etc. Since we had been find the bones of tigers and bears in caves, we thought tigers and bears were Peking Man’s most dangerous enemy. During our visit, we also found a needle and a primitive necklace, that suggested primitive man did wear clothes made from animal skins and they also cared about their appearance too. I think it’s really a wonderful visit, and I will remember it forever. Looking forward to know more about our ancestors’ lives. It’s quite a natural way of living! 第五部分:写作( 第五部分:写作(共 30 分) 部分 高三年级是高中生活的最后一年,在这一年中,学生们要面临着沉重的升学 压力。因此,很多学生下课后也坐在教室里用功,但学习效率和成绩并不理想。 由此你想告诉他们:适当的休息很有必要。现在就请你以 “A Ten-minute Break” 为主题,按下列要点写一篇短文,让这些同学从中有所启发。短文的要点如下: 1.十分钟的课间休息很有必要。 2.要注意适当的休息方式。 3.你是怎样利用这十分钟的。 注意:①开头已经给出,不计入总词数;②字数 100 字左右。 A Ten—minute Break As a Senior Three student, time seems much limited.

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参考答案 第一部分:单项填空 1-5 AADBC 21-21 ABDCB 6-10 BCBCC 26-30 CDBCA 11-15 CCABD 31-35 DBABC 16-20 BDCCA 36-40 BDACD 第二部分:完型填空 第三部分:阅读理解 41-44 BCDB 45-49 BDDAC 61-65 EADBF 第四部分:短文改错 第一行:an 前加 and 第二行:being 改成 been 第三行:that 改成 about 第五行:find 改成 finding, caves 前加 the 第六行:enemy 改成 enemies 第七行:that 改成 which 第八行:also 或者 too 任意去掉一个,and 后加 that 第十行:know 改成 knowing 第五部分:写作 范文: A Ten-minute Break As a Senior Three student, time seems much limited. As a result, more and more students try to study from early morning till late afternoon, even during the ten-minute break. In my opinion, to take a ten-minute break between classes is definitely necessary. Otherwise we will feel tired both physically and mentally. During the ten-minute break, we do something to get rid of tiredness. What we need is to have a real rest, instead of getting more tired. So doing nothing tiring in that period is really good for us. My ten-minute break is always pleasing. Sometimes I do some simple exercises. Sometimes I have a free chat with my classmates or just take a walk outside. When the next class begins, I feel fresh again. Experience tells me that making progress needs a thorough and persevering process, but we all know people who can’t find time for recreation are obliged sooner or later to fail.
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50-52 DAC

53-56 CBAD 57-60 AABD

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