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届高三英语临门一脚材料 南师附中 2009 届高三英语临门一脚材料 (2009 年 6 月)
英语临门一脚时间:2009 年 6 月 4 日上午 本材料包括: 1、冲刺复习阶段综合试题一套 本试题最迟请于 6 月 3 日完成(包括书面表达) 。 2、更多书面表达材料和参考范文 3、综合试题之外的部分题目,供选择使用。 (单项选择 18 题,完形填空 1 篇,阅 读理解 2 篇) 4、考前重要提醒。 5、试题答案。 届高三英语冲刺复习阶段综合试题 南师附中 2009 届高三英语冲刺复习阶段综合试题 第一部分:听力(共两节, (略 第一部分:听力(共两节,满分 20 分) 略) ( 第二部分:英语知识运用(共两节 第二部分:英语知识运用(共两节, 满分 35 分) 第一节 单项填空(共 15 小题,每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将 该项涂黑。 1. The education of ____ young is always _____ hot and serious topic in the modern society. A. the; / B. the; a C. /; the D. a; the 2. The Great Western Development is ________ to promote the economic development of the west in China. A. flexible B. content C. worthy D. bound 3. As Hillary Clinton has said, the United States and China have entered such a situation _____ they have to cross the river in the same boat. A. which B. why C. where D. when 4. The former President George W Bush sent more troops to Iraq, only ____ things there much worse. A. making B. to make C. made D. having made 5. She is still too young to become aware of her mistakes, but I’m sure that in time she will _____ realize how serious a mistake she has made. A. come to B. prefer to C. turn to D. lead to 6. ---How unfortunate! He was robbed yesterday and today he has his leg broken in the traffic accident. ---_____. Let’s do something to help him out. A. One disaster comes on the neck of the other. B. No pains, no gains. C. Poverty and disease come hand in hand. D. It serves him right. 7. ---Do you really want to take part in the English speech contest?

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---I’ve been told the competition would be fierce. _______ I shall go. I don’t mind failure. A. Otherwise B. Anyway C. Somehow D. Therefore 8. ---Prime Minister Wenjiabao is a great leader, who shows great concern for the common people, especially when the terrible disasters happen. ---Quite right. We _____ praise him too highly for his great deeds. A.Ccan’t B. should C. ought to D. needn’t 9. ______ twice before making the decision, I wouldn’t be in such an embarrassing situation now. A. Should I think B. Had I thought C. If I thought D. If I were to think 10. ----How I wish I would be admitted to Beijing University just like my sister. ---You can ______ you don’t lose heart. A. unless B. as long as C. now that D. in case 11. ____ in some rural schools that the teacher is even unable to walk through the rows of desks. A. The classroom was so crowded B. So crowded is the classroom C. As crowded the classroom is D. The classroom is such crowded 12. ---I wonder why he has been in a good mood these days. ---Recent success from examinations may well ______ his state. A. account for B. make for C. change for D. stand for 13. ---I’ve decided to stay with my grandmother this summer vacation. ---She’ll enjoy your ______. She feels too lonely. A. accommodation B. companion C. company D. accompany 14. An international copyright exchange center was established yesterday in Beijing ______ the development of China’s copyright industry. A. promoting B. promoted C. having promoted D. to promote 15. It’s reported that a bus ______ with Chinese tourists rolled on a highway in Arizona, ______ at least 7 passengers. A. packed; killing B. packing; killed C. packed; killed D. packing; killing 16. New research suggests that the TV programmes you watched as a child ______ a great effect on your dreams. A. should have B. had had C. have D. had 17. China’s telecommunications department has announced 3G mobile-phone licenses, which is expected to lead to billions of dollars _____ in building new networks. A. being invested B. invested C. investing D. to invest 18. The measures are intended to _____ public confidence in the economy.

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A. inspect B. restore C. release D. refresh 19. Lucy may _______ not want to go on the trip----she’s not feeling very ______. A. good; good B. well; well C. good; well D. well; good 20. Nowadays there is swine flu (H1N1) _____. You might as well take good care of yourself. A. across B. around C. over D. under 21. No doctor would like to see a change for _____ worse in a patient; they hope he or she can improve in _______ health soon. A. the; / B. the; the C. /; the D. /; / 22. How can you expect to learn anything _________ you never listen in class? A. unless B. as C. when D. because 23. He just stared at me and there was an expression in his eyes I couldn’t ______. A.C read B. sense C. tell D. notice 24. It was not just the size of the party last night _______ made it unique, but _______ it meant to our company. A. that; that B. that; what C. what; what D. what; that 25. Can I take down your name and address in case you _____ as a witness? A. need B. are needed C. will need D. will be needed. 26. ------ Stop playing computer games, Jason. ______ your homework now? ------ Mum, just ten more minutes, please. A. Couldn’t you be doing B. Will you be doing C. Should you be doing D. Shouldn’t you be doing 27. —I have some big news for you. You’ve been accepted as a member of our club. —_______ That’s great! A. Have I? B. Pardon? C. Congratulations! D. Good idea! 28. Qingming Holiday is a national holiday ______ to remember those who died. A. put up B. put on C. set out D. set aside 29. Just now I got an e-mail from my girlfriend, ______said that she was going to teach in Tibet. A. who B. what C. which D. it 30. Excuse me, but would you please show me that ________ toy bear? Thank you. A. beautiful red glass B. beautiful glass red

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C. red beautiful glass D. red glass beautiful 31. Why are you so anxious? It isn’t your problem ______. A. on purpose B. in all C. on time D. after all 32. The class _______ alive when the teacher said an English film would be shown. A. would come B. came C. had come D. was coming 33. Their products enjoy 30 percent ________of the market in this country because both the quality and their service are fine. A. figure B. sales C. discount D. share 34. ------Tom, I got a strange call this morning, saying I had won an expensive car, which puzzled me. -------- ___________ A. Congratulations. B. You are a lucky dog. C. Forget it. It’s too expensive. D. Perhaps it’s a trick. 35. When I got to the playground, our class team ____ the game with a big advantage and only a few minutes to go. A. won B. was winning C. had won D. have won 完形填空( 小题; 第二节 完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,从每题所给的(A、B、C 和 D)四个选项中选 出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 In 1982, Steven Callahan was crossing the Atlantic alone in his sailboat when it struck something and sank. He got into a life boat, but his supplies were 36 . His chances of surviving were small. 37 when three fishermen found him 76 days later, he was alive—much 38 than he was when he started, but alive. His 39 of how he survived is fascinating. His cleverness — how he 40 to catch fish, how he evaporated(蒸发)sea water to 41 fresh water — is very interesting. But the thing that 42 my eye was how he managed to keep himself going when all hope seemed lost, and there seemed no 43 in continuing the struggle. He was starved and 44 worn-out. Giving up would have seemed the only possible choice. When people 45 these kinds of circumstances, they do something with their minds that gives them the courage to keep going. Many people in 46 desperate circumstances 47 in or go mad. Something the survivors do with their thoughts helps them find the courage to carry on 48 difficulties. “I tell myself I can 49 it,” wrote Callahan in his book. “Compared to what others have been through, I’m fortunate. I tell myself these things over and over, 50 up courage…”

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I wrote that down after I read it. It 51 me as something important. And I’ve told myself the same thing when my own goals seemed 52 off or when my problems seemed too terrible. And every time I’ve said it, I have always come back to my 53 . The truth is, our circumstances are only bad 54 to something better. But others have been through the much worse, that is, in comparison with what others have been through, you’re fortunate. Tell this to yourself over and over again, and it will help you 55 through the rough situations with a little more courage. 36. A. little B. rich C. few D. enough 37. A. And B. Yet C. Still D. Thus 38. A. thinner B. stronger C. worse D. healthier 39. A. attitude B. assumption C. instruction D. account 40. A. assisted B. tended C. managed D. intended 41. A. make B. absorb C. select D. replace 42. A. attacked B. caught C. froze D. cheated 43. A. need B. taste C. message D. point 44. A. firmly B. completely C. hardly D. generally 45. A. deal B. defend C. survive D. observe 46. A. similarly B. differently C. gradually D. commonly 47. A. pull B. take C. break D. give 48. A. for the lack of B. in the face of C. in exchange for D. as a result of 49. A. handle B. carry C. follow D. inspect 50. A. rolling B. using C. building D. making 51. A. defeated B. recommended C. introduced D. struck 52. A. far B. long C. ever D. even 53. A. supplies B. senses C. ideas D. influences 54. A. related B. measured C. contributed D. compared 55. A. see B. cut C. get D. think 第三部分:阅读理解( 小题, 第三部分:阅读理解(共 15 小题,每小题 2 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项。 A VEGAN CHARITIES AND GOOD CAUSES These are tough times for the charities, many of which will be experiencing lower levels of donations — so if you can support them please do. HIPPO HIPPO is dedicated to relieving poverty and overcoming hunger and malnutrition in poor countries through the provision and production of vegan food. They help vegan orphanages and some of the poorest families in the community, and encourage and

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assist the development of sustainable(可持续的)agriculture and gardening. Plants for a Future Plants for a Future(a project based in Cornwall)researches perennial(四季不断 的), eatable and useful plants for sustainable agriculture / living. Their achievements include the creation of an online database of 7,000 plants. Respect for Animals Respect for Animals campaigns against the fur trade. They run the annual Design Against Fur competition and were responsible for the anti-fur advertising campaign of the 80’s. Vegan-Organic Trust The Vegan-Organic Trust is a charity “devoted to education about animal-free food growing”. They produce a regular magazine and provide information for both large- and small-scale growers. Vega Research Vega Research campaigns on farming and human health issues. Sponsors research into vegan nutrition and the links between diet and health. 56. Which of the following campaigns against animal products? A. Hippo B. Plants for a Future C. Vega Research D. Vegan-Organic Trust 57. Judging from the passage, a “vegan” may be a person who _______. A. does not eat or use animal products B. takes a position in a government office C. is devoted to helping the poor D. helps in agriculture and gardening 58. What do all the charities and causes have in common? A. They all deal with animal welfare. B. They are all in need of donations. C. They all provide aid in animal caring. D. They are all about diet and health. B Has the recent economic downturn affected your life? For many young Chinese, it has driven them to embrace a far more frugal (economical) lifestyle. Wang Hao, 24, is a Beijing office worker. He made a resolution in June last year to limit his weekly living expenses to 100 yuan. That's the cost of eight Big Macs in China. “The financial crisis has taught a spending lesson to young people in China, including me,” said Wang, who posted his resolution on his blog, which has drawn over 200,000 hits. As the financial crisis affects the economy, white-collar workers speak of reducing salaries. Some are unemployed. And university students are facing the worst job prospects since China's economic reform began 30 years ago. To save money, people have started to share dinners, houses, taxis and other

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activities with strangers they meet online. Web users post their activities on sites, such as www.Pinkewang.com and invite others to join them. Lin Xiongbo, the founder of Pinkewang, said his website saw a 100 percent increase of visitors last November after the global financial crisis broke out. People are also using websites like Lin's to share other activity ideas such as training programs, sports, and entertainments. “Sharing activities with others can save a lot of money without lowering one's quality of life,” said 27-year-old Xu Li. He's a manager at a public relations firm and a long-time user of websites like Pinkewang. It was on the Internet that Xu recently found another person to take part in an English training program with him. By joining the program with another person, he and his partner received a 10 percent discount for the course, saving them more than 1,000 yuan. Young Chinese born in the 80s used to be accused of being materialistic. They favored designer clothes and the latest electronic products, and many of them spent their monthly salaries rather than saving them. They became known as the "Yueguang group". However, since the economy slowed down, this lifestyle has lost much of its charm. Now, more and more young Chinese consider saving money to be more fashionable than spending. The frugal lifestyles these young Chinese are embracing seem to be accepted by the authorities too. In a commentary published in the People's Daily recently, the writer said frugality did not conflict with the government's demand-stimulating policies, as it called for reasonable rather than reckless spending. “Frugal lifestyles should become a fashion, especially in the financial crisis,” said the writer Wang Jinyou. 59. The passage was written to _________. A. advertise a website called www.Pinkewang.com B. show how young Chinese are dealing with the economic situation C. show the life conditions of white-collar workers in China D. tell the readers about the economic problems China is facing 60. What can we conclude from the passage? A. Wang Hao’s blog is popular because the stories in his blog are very interesting. B. The financial crisis began to affect Chinese people’s lives in December 2008. C. Since the economic downturn, fast consumer lifestyles are less popular in China now. D. The government has asked people to spend less money to fight the economic crisis. 61. According to the passage, the following are all caused by the financial crisis EXCEPT that _________. A. a great many college students have decided not to continue their studies B. there is less hope for college graduates to find their ideal jobs C. young people have to cut down their living expenses D. some white-collar workers are out of work 62. We know from the passage that _______. A. Xu Li will have to pay over 5,000 yuan for his training program if he attends it alone B. the Chinese people who were born in the 1980s developed the good habit of

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saving money C. the trend for young Chinese to adopt frugal lifestyles goes against current government policies D. it’s nothing new for young Chinese to share activities with others on the Internet C Anyone who ever wondered why a dying plant, say, a freshly-cut red rose may appeal to a lady friend, might take some comfort in science, which once again offers us a reasonable answer to one of the world’ s great mysteries. Beyond a common preference in people for blue, “the long history of color preference studies has been described as ‘confusing and contradictory,” write scientists Anya Hurlbert and Yazhu Ling of England’ s Newcastle University, authors of a new study in the journal Current Biology. “This fact is perhaps surprising,” they said, “though the popularity of the concept that little girls differ from boys in preferring pink.” But the scientists believe they have an answer to this scientific mystery, discovering women’s preference for red, hidden above the average liking for blue. In their study, the pair quickly flashed color cards, displaying many different aspects, at 208 volunteers, mostly Britishers but with a number of Han Chinese, who moved to the United Kingdom recently. Tested in three different experiments, the researchers found out a small but significant preference for reddish colors in the female volunteers. Puzzled, the authors realized that most of the difference between men and women came in the form of a preference for green VS red in the color cards, regardless of the other slight differences such as the slightly blue ones that everyone liked. Why might this be? Evolution might offer an answer, they reason. Human color perception 感知) the ( , assessment of three separate color types-red-green-blue-in our vision(视觉)is a relatively recent addition to our line of mammals(脯乳动物). Adding weight to their argument, they found the women who are most typically feminine(女性的)on a psychological survey also had the biggest preference for reddish colors. “My love is like a red, red rose,” wrote the Scottish poet Rober Burns in 1794. 63. The scientists discovered the colour mystery that exists between men and women by _____. A. giving examples B. doing experiments C. stating causes and effects D. interviewing volunteers 64. The word “pair” in Para.4 refers to _____. A. man and woman B. science and evolution C. Anya Hurlbert and Yazhu Ling D. red and green 65. According to the study the scientists have carried out in the passage, _____. A. men like blue most B. women have preference for red besides blue C. generally speaking boys prefer slight pink to blue D. girls also love slight green 66. What does the first paragraph probably tell us ? A. Science can make people feel more comfortable.
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B. When we are bored, we can turn to science for help. C. Science can make our study confusing and contradictory. D. Scientific research contributes to people’s discovering the mystery. D Dancing the night away It is a measure of how little control I have over my own life that in middle March I am escorting 护送) pretty young redhead to a debutante ball. formal presentation ( a (A of young ladies when they reach the age of maturity. This was originally used in the past to introduce young ladies to society so that they could meet a possible marriage partner , so it was for the upper class, the nobility(贵族)and titled families. At a debutante ball, the expensively-dressed girls stand in a line to be introduced individually. Their fathers then walk them, arm-in-arm around the dance floor, followed by a waltz.) "Daddy, you OK?" she asks. "Never better," I lie. "Good," she says, hugging my shoulder and giggling(咯咯笑). Generally, deb balls belong to the upper class, and that is decidedly not us. The other day, I was trying to figure out which to buy — a garage door opener, or a DVD player. Both were broken, yet we could afford to replace only one. That's how "upper class" we are. We're more like "fixer upper class." So it's a mystery how we ended up at this deb ball. Two mothers are checking for alcohol, making sure the debs aren't drinking. Anyway, they won't let the dads eat dinner till we "present" the girls, which means we have to escort our daughters around the dance floor one by one, as the mistress(女 主人)of ceremonies reads out the young lady's accomplishments. "Trish plans to attend Stanford in the fall, where she will study molecular(分子) engineering in hopes of one day developing a way to help predict earthquakes." On and on these introductions go. One girl hopes to grow food on Mars. After the introductions we finally get to the Big Waltz. For the last month, the dads and daughters have all been taking lessons for the Big Waltz, under the direction of the widow(遗孀)of Otto von Bismarck. Fortunately, she is a people person. "Forward, BACK!" she screamed, while teaching us to waltz. Her gentle directions have worked miracles. Suddenly, on this big night, we are a well-organized team of 27 father-daughter dance pairs. Honestly, waltzing is like math, in the sense that some people never get it. The relative success of this Big Waltz comes as a huge relief to the mothers, who have been planning this ceremony for six years and have been a little tense lately. In the end, everything turned out OK at the deb ball. The 27 dads developed into a fairly supportive fellowship. And the little red-haired girl? She hugged my shoulder and giggled happily, making it all — the waltz lessons, the rental tuxedo(男士正式晚 礼服), the 14 years of coaching softball — worth every awful-wonderful moment. 67. We know from the passage that at the debutant ball ________. A. the mothers felt relieved after the ceremony began B. well-dressed girls were introduced to their future husbands C. the writer’s daughter, a red-haired girl, was the focus of attention
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D. 27 father-daughter dance pairs presented a successful waltz show 68. By saying "it’s a mystery how we ended up at this deb ball" the writer suggests that _______. A. as a member from the upper class he can attend the ball B. it’s the first time for him to attend such a grand ceremony C. the deb ball is usually held for rich families but his is not D. many families want to attend the ball so it wasn’t easy for him to get in 69. According to the writer, waltzing is like math because ________. A. both are not easy to learn B. they are something you need a gift to learn well C. the writer can not learn either waltzing or math well D. girls from the upper class should learn either of them 70. The writer feels all his efforts were worthwhile because his daughter________. A. really enjoyed the experience B. was introduced into the upper class C. showed her accomplishments at the ball D. had a chance to meet a good marriage partner

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第二卷(两部分, 第二卷(两部分,共 35 分) 第四部分:任务型阅读(共10小题,每小题1分,满分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:每个空格只填一个单词。请将答案写在答题卡上相应的横线 上。 Health researchers have noticed that some groups of people are more consistently healthy than others, and wondered… Is it race? Income? Where you live? In the United States, these disagreements in health outcomes have been the focus of intense research for the past several decades. Harvard University health policy researcher Ellen Meara says scholars have found some clues as to why some groups of people have more or less disease than others. She says one important factor in people's health is the amount of education they have. In her most recent paper, Meara looked at data from the United States census. These counts of people occur every 10 years. Meara and her colleagues examined data from several decades. “We looked at life expectancy(预测寿命)at age 25,” Meara says. “How many additional years can you expect to live if you arrive at age 25 and your education has stopped at high school, or sooner? Versus how many years, can you expect to live if you've reached aged 25 and you've gone on to at least some college…” Meara says they found that in 1990, a 25-year-old who only had some secondary school could expect to live for a total of 75 years. In 2000, a 25 year old with some secondary education could also expect to live to the age of 75. In contrast, for a better educated 25-year-old, they could expect to live to the age of 80 in 1990. Someone with a similar education level in the year 2000, could expect to live to be more than 81 years, 81.6 years to be exact . Meara says, not only do better-educated people live longer to begin with, but in the past ten years, more educated people has made gains in the length of their lives. Meanwhile, the life expectancy hasn’t changed for less educated people. Some of these gains can be explained. Meara says researchers know that people who are more educated are more likely to quit smoking cigarettes, or not start at all, compared to people with less education. “I think it's a reminder not to be satisfactory," Meara says. "Just because a population overall appears to be getting healthier, it doesn't always mean that those advantages and successes that many people have enjoyed really extend into all parts of the population. And I think that's something to really pay attention to regardless of whether you live in the US or elsewhere.”

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Meara points out that education can often determine income - people with more education frequently make more money. This makes them aware of health care, and purchase other resources and services that can keep them healthier. But the data on income do NOT show that people who make more money are automatically healthier. Meara says education is key. People need to be educated in order to take advantage of opportunities for better health. Title The Amount of 71.________Contributes to People’s Health The less educated people In 1990 Comparisons In 2000 In the past ten years 74. ______ of the research They could live for 75 years Their life expectancy was the same as in 1990. Their life expectancy remained 75._________. The 72.________ educated people They could live to the age of 80 They could live to the age of 81.6 73._________. They’ve made gains in the length of their lives, partly due to their 76. _______ smoking.

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书面表达( 第二节 书面表达(满分 25 分) 假如你是中学学生会主席,现就学生中出现成长烦恼现象想成立一个学生俱 乐部,帮助他们解决一些问题。经过讨论之后,你代表学生会向学校提交一份报 告,内容如下: 现象 学生在成长中的烦恼,如父母的期望值过高;老师不能理解我们等 目的 解决学生成长烦恼,使他们身心健康 措施 请心理教师进行讲座……(自己设想 2 条合理化建议) 时 间 、 地 每周六晚;报告厅 点 注意: 1、 对所给要点,逐一陈述,适当发挥,不要简单翻译。 2、 词数 150 左右。开头和结尾已经写好,不计入总词数。 3、参考词汇:成长烦恼 growing pains 心理教师: psychological teachers Dear Headmaster,

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In order to smooth away the students’ growing pains, we are going to set up a club for our students._______________________________________________________________ _____ ______________________________________________________________________ _____ The Students’ Union

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届高三英语冲刺复习阶段综合试题答题纸 南师附中 2009 届高三英语冲刺复习阶段综合试题答题纸 班级_________ 学号 学号__________ 姓名 姓名______________ 班级 第一节 任务型阅读(共 10 小题; 每小题 1 分, 满分 10 分) 任务型阅读( 小题; 71.______________________72. _____________________ 73. _______________________74. _____________________ 75. _______________________76. _____________________ 77. _______________________78. ______________________ 79. _______________________80. ______________________ 第二节 书面表达(满分 25 分) 书面表达( Dear Headmaster, In order to smooth away the students’ growing pains, we are going to set up a club for our students. ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________

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______________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________ The Students’ Union ★ 更多书面表达材料 (一) “高考结束之后你打算做什么?”这最能体现学生的兴趣爱好,因此学校英文校 刊做了一次主题调查。请根据下表的调查结果写一篇 150 词左右的报告并谈谈你 自己的看法。 人数比例 高考结束后的打算 理由 47% 在家休息,看电视, 这一段学习大累了 上网 21% 出去旅游 放松心情,增长见识 32% 外出打工 接触社会,为上大学 准备学费 With the college entrance examination over, a long holiday is awaiting us. What are your plans for it? A survey has been carried out among students of senior three. As the chart shows, nearly half of the students, 47% to be exact, choose to stay at home , watching TV or surfing online. Devoted to the examination preparation for long , they feel exhausted and need a good rest. At the same time, more than one fifth of the students plan to go sightseeing so as to find relaxation as well as to broaden their horizons. The last group, making up a third of all those interviewed, intend to find a part-time job. Apart from earning enough to pay their college fees, they also hope to enrich their experiences so that they can be better prepared for the future. As far as I am concerned, the exam is not an end but a new start in my life. I would like to find a part-time job and do everything meaningful. Learning from others, from society and from life is a good way to achieve a sustainable development.(151 words) (二) 近年来,各种“山寨产品”(即仿制产品)大肆泛滥,“山寨现象”正以前所未有的 速度蔓延并渗透到人们的生活中。那么,即将步入大学校园的你对这种现象有什 么看法呢?请根据以下要点提示写一篇 150 词左右的英语短文。 1.山寨产品流行的原因:价格低廉;功能齐全,满足需求; 2.山寨产品应取缔的原因:缺乏独创性;有损知识产权;质量没保障; 3.你的看法:…。 参考词汇:山寨产品 copycat product Recent years have seen a greater spread of copyright products. Compared with the brand products from which they are copied, copyright products are much cheaper. Also, they are multi-functioned and seem to do whatever people want them to do,

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making it possible for them to gain a rapid popularity. However, a lot of people are calling for the abolishment for copycat products. They argue that these products cannot guarantee a high quality. If any problem arises, no one will be responsible for them. What’s worse, they have a bad effect on the creative spirit of companies, and violate the intellectual right. As far as I am concerned, I shall never buy such products, nor shall I recommend such products to anyone. I also believe that over time they are bound to disappear. It is hoped that the government take some measures to deal with the problems which copyright products have brought about to protect both the intellectual right and consumers. (150 words) (三) 在 09 年 3 月的“两会”期间,有不少代表都提议设立“国家读书节(National Reading Day)”。对此,温家宝总理也表示赞同。下面是某网站调查的相关数据: 1999 年 2005 年 人均读书 11.7 本 人均读书 4.5 本 15%的人有规律读书 5%有规律读书 现请你写一篇 150 词左右的英语短文,简述上面表格所反映的内容,并谈谈 设立“国家读书节”的原因和好处。 During the two sessions held in March, 2009, a proposal was put forward that China set up “National Reading Day”, which found many supporters among Chinese, including Premier Wen Jiabao. According to the statistics collected by one website, only 5% of educated Chinese read regularly in 2005, much lower than the 15% in 1999, when the average number was 11.7 each, a number that had fallen to 4.5 by 2005. Many factors are responsible for the falling numbers of readers in China. Although everyone talks about the importance of a good education, it is the college entrance examination that is always the major social concern, and few students have any interest in reading extra books. What's more, most students are so occupied with their lessons and adults are so busy pursuing their careers that they have little time to read. As a result, people tend to lose interest in reading gradually. Speaking for myself, I have never doubted that reading can not only enrich our knowledge but also make us wiser. Hopefully the "National Reading Day" will motivate people to return to their books, making a sustainable development possible among the whole nation. (151words) (四) 在 09 年的两全(two sessions)上,一些代表委员提议:大学教育实行五年制, 第一年实施军训。这项提议引起了社会各界的激烈讨论。支持者和反对者各执一 词,如下表所示. 态度 支持 反对 理由 1. 进 行 爱 国 主 义 教 育 1. 一年军训后学生会把 (patriotic education); 有 利 高中课程忘干净;

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于国防(national defense)建 2. 拿一年时间军训是把 设; 人的青春当儿戏。 2. 延长大学生在校时间, 缓解一定时期的就业压 力。 你的观点 …… 作为即将步入大学校园的你,对此有何看法呢?现请你根据上表内容写一篇 150 词左右的英语短文,介绍表格内容并谈谈自己的想法,然后向校英文报投稿。 Recently, a proposal was put forward in the two sessions that college be extended to five years by adding one-year of military training for freshmen. Those who are for it believe that military training will give patriotic education to the younger generation, provide them with knowledge necessary for all-round development, and benefit our national defense. What's more, having students stay at college for one more year can help relieve the pressure on employment. However, others are against it for the following reasons. On the one hand, they think that much of what has been learned in high school will have been forgotten after a one-year absence from classes. On the other hand, it's a waste of one's golden youth to devote a whole year to such training. In my opinion, a two-month military training period would be acceptable. I think by taking advantage of the first year, students will not only be able to build up their body but also broaden their horizons by taking part in social activities. (144 words) (五) 假如你是李华,已经写博客(blog),一种网络个人空间,可以书写日志,还可 以上传各种图片和音频)三年了,你的美国朋友 Lora 对此非常感兴趣,写信向你 询问为什么喜欢写博客。请你结合以下要点给 Lora 写一封信,介绍一下写博客的 优点。 要点:1.有传统日记的功能; 2.图文并茂且有美感; 3.能上传影音资料; 4.方便与更多的人分享和交流; 5.能跨越空间距离找到朋友。 注意:1.词数为 150 词左右; 2.信的开头和结尾已给出,不计入总词数; 3.参考词汇:影音资料——audio-visual materials Dear Lora, I am very glad to hear from you again, and want to tell you something about keeping a blog. __________________________________________________________________ ___________ Good luck! Yours,

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Lihua Dear Lora~ I am very glad to hear from you again, and want to tell you something about keeping a blog. Having been using my blog for almost 3 years, I find it has many advantages over a traditional diary. For one thing, I can use colorful pictures on it, along with what I have written, and even upload audio visual materials onto it. Besides, the diary looks far more attractive with pictures, videos and background music, which helps to express myself much more clearly and vividly than by using a traditional diary. What's more, I can share my articles with everyone online and people can communicate together by leaving messages behind an article. Last but not least, blogs are also a good way for you to make friends with those who have similar hobbies and interests, no matter how far away they live. All in all, my blog gives me much fun, and for me, it seems like a window to another world. So I strongly recommend you start blogging. If necessary, I'll do my best to help you. (158 words) Good luck! Yours~ Li Hua

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★以下题目请根据需要使用。 以下题目请根据需要使用。 单项选择 1. We have every reason to believe that _____ 2010 World Expo in Shanghai will be _____ success. A. /; a B. the; / C. the; a D. a; a 2. The _____ of Jay Chow' s concert made most of the audience present get wild. A. environment B. influence C. impression D. atmosphere 3. Yaoming’s struggle to make a place for himself in basketball is the kind of life story _____ a fascinating novel might be written. A. of which B. by whom C. about which D. for whom 4. In order to _______ the financial storm, many families cut their daily expanses. A. prevent B. survive C. quit D. keep 5. If you have a fever and keep coughing, that is _______ you have to go to a hospital to have a medical examination. A. since B. why C. when D. what 6. Bay, Amazon and Wall Mart are popular websites ______ people can sell goods to each other. A. where B. which C. when D. whose 7. _____ price decline ______ farmers' income, the central government has decided to buy more crops to protect farmers. A. Preventing; to affect B. To prevent; affecting C. Having prevented; affecting D. To prevent; being affected 8. You may cancel the disk check but it is strongly recommended that you ________. A. continue B. will continue C. continued D. must continue 9. ______ more and more people may refer to the Internet for up-to-minute news, it is unlikely that the newspaper will disappear. A. When B. As C. Since D. While 10. My calculations were based on the _________ that house prices would remain steady. A. appreciation B. arrangement C. assumption D. ambition 11.--How soon do you think the economy will recover? ---________? A. What for B. Who knows C. Why not D. How come 12. Bob can’t attend the party at Mary’s house at present because he is preparing tomorrow’s presentation. A.hold B.to hold C.to be held D.being held 13. Today the world is paying much more attention to, obviously, ________ China says and does. A. that B. which C. what D. how 14. --Baby, did you have a sound sleep last night? --No, never slept_______ A. badly B. better C. worse D. well 15. ---It was a red light, William. You ______. ---Sorry, I didn’t see it.

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A. would stop B. should stop C. would have stopped D. should have stopped 16. There is no doubt that being good at communicating is a great ______, especially when you’re looking for a job. A. advantage B. privilege C. assistant D. opportunity 17. Nowadays more and more people believe that we are heading for environment disasters _____ we change the way we live. A. but B. although C. unless D. once 18. ---Who could have imagined that Barack Obama, a black boy brought up by his white grandparents, would become the President of the USA? ---Well, I don’t think it’s any wonder. ______. A. Birds of a feather flock together. B. Like father, like son. C. Every dog has its day. D. The early bird catches the worm. 完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 完形填空 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,从每题所给的(A、B、C 和 D)四个选项中选出最 佳选项。 We just moved into our new flat last week, and we love the new place too. I was sitting outside my new home yesterday, watching the world go by. There were people in 36 , in a hurry to get to their next appointment. There were 37 flying nearby, insects just as busy as the people in cars, flowers 38 in the warm and damp climate. Inside the house, my children were also busy, as ever, making a 39 of the house , which my wife and I would soon clean up, their natural 40 defeating our previous requirements for them not to play with lotion ( 护肤液 ) or take things 41 . The sky was 42 cloudy and there was a cool breeze ( 微风 ), quite gentle and 43 actually. It’s not often that 44 of us just sit quietly, enjoying the world . Why not? What is 45 important that it can't wait until later? _46 email must be answered right this moment? Do we really need to 47 all those articles online, all those messages from 48 , and all those newspapers and magazines? Do we need to 49 the television and radio and Internet on all the time? Is life passing us by as we keep our minds 50 ? Are we 51 the beautiful world around us as we constantly think about the 52 — what we will do, our 53 about what might happen — and the past — what we did wrong, what someone else did to us, what we said, what 54 have happened? When was the 55 time you just sat, and observed? Why not do it today? 36. A. trains B. cars C. underground D. buses 37. A. planes B. vehicles C. birds D. breezes 38. A. blooming B. fading C. drying D. dying 39. A. trouble B. mass C. mess D. noise

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40. A. eagerness curiosity 41. A. apart 42. A. heavily strongly 43. A. uncomfortable 44. A. few none 45. A. very 46. A. Whether How 47.A. comment write 48. A. other others 49. A. turn have 50. A. easy empty 51. A. valuing hating 52. A. future 53. A. happiness anxieties 54. A. must need 55. A. first 阅读理解

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A Alone in the wilderness. Nothing but jungle. A world of shadow with the rays of light falling like blonde hair from the crowns of the giant trees. Jungle in the midday sun. Everything motionless. Not a sound from sky or earth. Complete silence. Only some coconuts falling, at long intervals, very far away. The world reduced to the soft touch of cool grass along my naked back, and a sweet smell of rich soil and vegetation. Stretched out with closed eyes beside my heavy burden of fruit and firewood, I enjoyed the feeling of fresh blood streaming through every part of my body and fresh jungle air filling every corner of my lungs. Resting motionless, I could see the sun through my closed eyelids, alone in the sky, as lonely as I, and as motionless and silent as everything else. The earth had surely stopped turning and somewhere on this planet there was supposed to be roaring traffic in busy streets. What a crazy, unbelievable thought! Another coconut fell, to make the world come to a complete standstill. I had to roll over onto my stomach to feel that at least I could move and make noises. Then I found company. A little brown ant was struggling to find its way with a bit of dry straw
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through the jungle of leaves and grass below my nose. I wondered if I could give the little fellow a lift with its burden, but it showed not the slightest sign of tiredness and struggled on with all six legs, head first or head last, waving its feelers energetically as if the trip had just started. Who ever saw a tired ant? Tiredness, disagreeable tiredness, is restricted to hunted animals, slaves and modern man . It is as great an effort for an office clerk to walk five blocks with a loaded brief-case as it is for a jungle-dweller to cross a valley with a goat on his back. It is as hard to get up and climb or run when you have been seated for years as it is to get up and walk when you have been in bed for months. The body is strange. Spare it, and you get really tired for almost nothing; use it, and almost nothing makes you really tired. . 59.The author mentions coconuts’ falling to A.show his loneliness B.add beauty to the jungle C.express his love of nature D.stress the absolute silence 60.How does the author feel about the ant? A.He admired its attitude toward work. B.He was amazed at its tireless efforts. C.He showed sympathy for the little ant. D.He was content to have it as a companion. 61.We can learn from the passage that the author . A.enjoyed being alone B.had an unforgettable adventure C.missed his busy life in the city D.experienced a world of quietness B Every day as I drove through town, I saw a one-legged man going through ash cans for cigarette and trash cans outside of fast food restaurants looking for food. It was only a month before Christmas, starting to get cold, and I could not quit thinking about him. It was a year when we didn't have enough money to really have much in the way of presents but I figured what was too little for us would be a lot for someone who had nothing. So I bought a toothbrush, toothpaste, a pack of cigarettes and a couple cans of tuna, and added a blanket and some sweatshirts. I put the things into a box so that it looked like a present and then went in search of this man. I saw him hobble away from the trash can next to McDonald's. I pulled over, grabbed the box and went up to him. I said, "I would like to give you a Christmas present. There are some food items and some things you might be able to use." He looked at me and said, "No, thank you. I just had lunch. I don' t need anything:" Then he hobbled on down the sidewalk, leaving me standing there in tears. I took the box down to a little shop that gave things out to the poor and homeless and told them what had happened and asked them to give the box to someone who could use it. The person there told me not to be upset. I told her I was not crying for myself but for the man because what I had done took away his dignity by treating him like a beggar. I was so ashamed. A few years later I was able to volunteer for a day in St. Anthony's Dining Room in San Francisco where 1,500 to 2,000 homeless are fed every day. These folks give up their sleeping spot, carry everything they own and stand in line for up to 6 hours to
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receive the only food they will get to sustain themselves for a 24-hour period. We took one plate of food at a time, and treated them as if they were in a restaurant ordering a meal they were paying for. And when we took our break, we would sit down with one of them, talk and share our food with them. Since that time, I have had the opportunity to sit down with and visit people who at the time just happen to be in need. I have heard that statistically, the majority of us could not make it if we had to go two months without an income and homelessness were to happen to us. Speaking for myself, yes, that would be true and my immediate reaction would be like the first gentleman I mentioned. I might have nothing else but I would want to maintain my dignity as long as possible. What a great lesson for me to learn. Accepting help is sometimes harder than giving it. But I have also learned a very good lesson about that as well. Someone once said to me, "Please let me help you. Don' t take away my opportunity.'' And in that statement lies the whole truth of "Paying It Forward". I have to accept so I can pass it on! 66. According to the passage, it is obvious that _____. A. the author and the one-legged man live in the same neighborhood B. the one-legged man was living a poor life C. the author led a rich life when he decided to help the one-legged man D. the one-legged man was actually very rich 67. Why did the author cry after being refused by the one-legged man? A. The one-legged man's refusal hurt the author's dignity. B. The author felt sorry for the one-legged man' s suffering. C. The author thought he had hurt the one-legged man's dignity. D. The author was moved by the words of the one-legged man. 68. It can be inferred from the passage that __ A. the author won't give presents to the poor in the future B. the author had expected that he would be refused by the man C. the author thought what the one-legged man had done to him was unacceptable D. the author learned to help others in a more considerate way 69. The author learned from his experience that _____. A. it's unwise of a beggar to refuse another person's kind help B. sympathy is a greater gift to beggars than material things C. giving is always more difficult than taking D. sometimes charity might hurt the dignity of the poor if not done in a proper way 70. What do the underlined words "Paying It Forward" in the last paragraph mean? A. When you want to get something in return, you should contribute something in advance. B. If someone helps you when you are in need, keep it in mind and wait for opportunity to repay the person who has helped you. C. When you receive help, there is no need to repay it, but you should go on to help others without asking for any reward. D. Never hesitate to help a person who is in need since you will receive a big reward in the future.

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考前重要提醒 听力:浏览选项、放松静心、抓住关键、简要笔记。 听力 单项选择:重上下文情境。 单项选择 完形填空: 完形填空 1、 跟随作者感情路线以及思路,进入角色。 2、 看好第一句话、最后一句话甚至一段话。 3、 上下求索寻信息、左顾右盼找搭配、思前想后通全文。 4、 粗读寻思路,细读选答案,复读纠错误。 阅读理解: 阅读理解: 1、 认真读题干。 2、 细节题多,力争不失分。 3、 所选有据,避免主观。 4、 善于抓住关键信息。比如文章的首句手段、每一段的首句、however 等词后面 的信息。 5、 概括题须纵观全文,避免以点代面和过度概括。 6、 推理题要推理有据,不可主观臆断。 任务型阅读: 任务型阅读: 1、解题步骤:定位(即该词在文中的信息点) 、定性(在表格中上下左右观察, 注意所用词的词性和形式,如名词的单复数,动词的-ed 或-ing 形式,形容词和副 词的比较级和最高级,、定词(注意将要填写的词拼写正确) ) 。 2、注意大小写。 3、掌握一些常用概括词的正确拼写。 书面表达: 书面表达 1、 用自己有把握的单词和词组表达,忌生编硬造中国式英语。 2、 将自己常用的结构和句型熟记在心。 3、 细节决定成败, 勿用低级错误去抵消高级表达。 4、 书写工整、保持卷面整洁美观。 重要提醒: 重要提醒: 1、整张试卷的时间安排:选择题部分做完就将答题卡涂好。对号入座,千万勿错 位。涂完最好对一遍。 2、注意答题卡的 A、B 类型。 3、注意任务型阅读的答案对号入座,不可错位。

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届高三英语冲刺复习阶段综合试题 英语冲刺复习阶段综合试题参考答案 南师附中 2009 届高三英语冲刺复习阶段综合试题参考答案 1-5 BDCBA 6-10 ABABB 11-15 BACDA 16-20CABBB 21—25 ACABD 26—30 DADCA 31—35 DBDAB 36—40 CBADC 41—45 ABDBC 46—50 ADBAC 51—55 DABDC 56-58 DAB 59-62 BCAA 63-66 BCBD 67—70 DCBA 任务型阅读 71.Education 72. more/better 73.exactly 74. Results 75. unchanged 76. quitting/stopping 77. population 78. determines 79.awareness 80.Conclusion 参考范文: Dear Headmaster, In order to smooth away the students’ growing pains, we are going to set up a club for our students. It has become a common phenomenon that students tend to talk about troubles in getting along with our parents after class. We often complain that our parents expect too much of us, as a result, we are often asked to do things that we are not interested in. Sometimes teachers just can’t understand us in many aspects, which adds to our growing pains. Based on the situation, a club must be set up to help the students out mentally and physically. After the club comes into being, some measures will be taken. First, we will invite some psychological teachers to give us lectures on how to deal with the growing pains we have. At the same time, parties will be held where parents will be invited to have a heart-to-heart talk with their children, thus achieving a better understanding between them. Moreover, some interesting activities like sightseeing are also very important to make the students happier. By the way, the members of our club are to meet once a week on Saturday evening in the lecture hall. Hope for your pleasant answer. The Students’ Union 其他练习答案: 其他练习答案: 单项选择 1-5 CDCBC 6-10 ABADC 11-15 BDCCD 16-18 ACC 完形填空 36-40 BCACD 41-45 ACBCD 46-50 CCCDB 51-55 BADCD 阅读理解 (A)DAD (B) BCDDC

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从容应对,笑傲考场, 从容应对,笑傲考场, 面对高考,我们大声呐喊:我们来了,我们必胜! 面对高考,我们大声呐喊:我们来了,我们必胜! 届高三全体学生高考中取得满意的成绩 高考中取得满意的成绩! 预祝 2009 届高三全体学生高考中取得满意的成绩!

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