福建省漳州三中2010届高三上学期第四次月考(英语)

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高三上学期第四次月考英语试卷 福建省漳州三中 2010 届高三上学期第四次月考英语试卷
时间: 分钟) (满分:150 分;时间:120 分钟) 满分: 本试卷分为第Ⅰ卷(选择题)和第Ⅱ卷(非选择题)两部分.共150分,考试时间120分钟. 第I卷(三部分,共105分) 卷 三部分, 分 第一部分 听力(共两节, 听力(共两节,满分 30 分)

该部分分为第一,第二两节.注意:回答听力部分时,请先将答案标在试卷上.听力 部分结束前,你将有两分钟的时间将你的答案转涂到客观题答题卡上. 第一节( 小题; 第一节(共 5 小题;每小题 1.5 分 7.5 分) 听下面 5 段对话.每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的 A,B,C 三个选项中选出最 佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置.听完每段对话后,你都有 10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题 和阅读下一小题.每段对话仅读一遍. 1. Where does this conversation take place? A. At a hospital. B. At a department store. C. At a restaurant.

2. How much is the food and drink? A..$2.65. B. $2.75. C. $2.95.

3. What's the man doing? A. Watching TV. B. Turning down the TV. C. Answering the phone.

4. According to the man, what does he like to do if possible? A. To visit museums. B. To make a good plan. C. To visit the Modern Museum.

5. What news did the woman get from the man? A. Sam will leave New York very soon. B. Sam's sister will leave for Los Angeles very soon. C. Sam' s sister will leave for New York very soon. 第二节( 小题; 第二节(共 15 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 22.5 分) 听下面 5 段对话或独白.每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的 A,B,C 三个 选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置.听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各个 小题,每小题 5 秒钟;听完后,各小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间.每段对话或独白读两遍. 学听第 6 段材料,回答第 6 至 8 题. 6. Who could the man be?

A. A manager.

B. A policeman.

C. The woman's husband.

7. Where was the wallet found? A. In the restroom. B. Under the table. C. On the table.

听第 7 段材料,回答第 8 至 10 三个小题. 8. What are the speakers talking about? A. Buying a car. B. Choosing a gift. C. Using a computer.

9. What' s the relationship between the two speakers? A. Husband and wife. B. Professor and student. C. Salesman and customer. 10. What do we know about the person mentioned by the speakers? A. Maybe he likes something expensive. B. He is surely over sixty years old. C. He must be fond of learning. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 11 至 13 三个小题. 11. Why does the girl borrow money from her father? A. To see a film. B. To watch a play. C. To go to a concert.

12. How much money does the girl need? A. Eighteen dollars. B. Thirty-six dollars. C. Fifty-four dollars.

13. How many children want to go to the concert? A. Two. B. Three C. Four

听第 9 段材料,回答第 14 至 17 三个小题. 14. What are the two speakers' nationalities? A. British and Chinese. B. Chinese and French. C. Chinese and American.

15. What problem was a newspaper article about? A. The problem of rapid growth of cars in cities in America. B. The problem of rapid growth of cities in America. C. The problem of rapid growth of skyscrapers (摩天大楼). 16. Do Americans carry out a birth control policy? A. Yes, they do. B. No, they don't. C. We can't know.

17. What attitudes do most Americans take towards having children? A. Most Americans decide not to have any children.

B. Most Americans decide to have as many children as they can. C. Most Americans decide to have only one or two children. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 18 至 20 三个小题. 18. Why does the speaker give the lecture? A. To give some advice on the cycling tour. B. To explain the advantages of the cycling tour. C. To tell the listeners what to take for the cycling tour. 19. What should the cyclists not do during the cycling tour? A. Ride as far and quickly as possible. C. Enjoy the riding itself. 20. In cold weather what should cyclists do first when they stop riding? A. Enjoy nature. B. Put on warm clothes. C. Drink plenty of water. B. Take water in summer.

英语知识运用(共两节, 第二部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分 45 分) 第一节 单项填空( 小题; 单项填空(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 分)

21. The chairman thought ______ necessary to invite Professor Smith to speak at the meeting. A.that B. it C. this D. him

22. I failed in the last exam and only then __________ the importance of studies. A. I realized B. I had realized C. had I realized D. did I realize

23. The teacher as well as the students A. are 24. B. is

planting trees. C. has D. have

surprised me most was A. That, what

Mary spoke Chinese just like a native speaker. C. What , that D. That, that

B. Which, that

25. There is plenty of rain in the south ______ there is little in the north. A. while B. as C. when D. so

26. It's fun to watch the _________ expression of a _________ child. A. facing; excited B. faced; exciting C. facial; excited D. face; exciting

27. What I need is _____ book that contains _____ ABC of oil painting. A. a;不填 B. the; 不填 C. the; an D. a; the

28. Form their ________ on the top of the TV Tower, visitors can have a better view of the city. A. stage B. position C. condition D. situation

29. It took A. other than

building supplies to construct these energy-saving houses. It took brains, too. B. rather than C .more than D. less than

30. I still remember A to take

to the Famen Temple and what I saw there . B to be taken C taking D being taken it differently.

31. He did not regret saying what he did but felt that he A. could express C. could have expressed

B. would express D. must have expressed

32. ---- Sorry, I have to ______ now. It's time for class. ---- OK, I'll call back later. A. hang up B. break up C. give up since. B. has not been heard of D .has not heard of D. hold up

33. His sister left home in 1998, and A. had not been heard of C .had not heard of

34. _______ the right kind of training, these teenage soccer players may one day grow into the international stars. A. Giving B. Having given C. To give D. Given

35. The movie is very exciting. I'll see it again, ______ busy I am. A. even if B. as if C. how D. however

第二节: 每小题1.5分 满分30分 第二节:完形填空 (共20小题;每小题 分,满分 分) 共 小 We often talk about ourselves as if we have permanent genetic defects (缺陷) that can never be changed. "I'm impatient." "I'm always behind." "I always put things heard them. Maybe you've used them to describe 37 . 38 for years—often 36 !" You've surely

These comments may come from stories about us that have been from 39 childhood. These stories may have no 40

in fact. But they can set low

expectations for us. As a child, my mother said to me, "Marshall, you have no mechanical (操作机 械的) skills, and you will never have any mechanical skills for the rest of your life." How did these expectations 43 41 my development? I was never 42 to work on cars or be around

. When I was 18, I took the US Army's Mechanical Aptitude Test. My scores were in the

bottom for the entire nation! Six years later, 44 , I was at California University, working on my doctor's degree. One of

my professors, Dr. Bob Tannbaum, asked me to write down things I did well and things I couldn't do. On the positive side, I 46 45 down, "research, writing, analysis, and speaking." On the

side, I wrote, "I have no mechanical skills." Bob asked me how I knew I had no mechanical skills. I explained my life 47 and told

him about my solve 50

48

performance on the Army test. Bob then asked, " 49

is it that you can

mathematical problems, but you can't solve simple mechanical problems?" 51 from some sort of genetic defect. I was just living

Suddenly I realized that I didn't out expectations that I had chosen to who had been 53

52 . At that point, it wasn't just my family and friends

my belief that I was mechanically hopeless. And it wasn't just the Army

test, either. I was the one who kept telling myself, "You can't do this!" I realized that as long as I kept saying that, it was going to remain true. 54 , if we don't treat ourselves as if we have 55 C. up C. yourself C. spread C. as well as C. cause C. affect C. hoped C. facilities C. instead C. took C. negative C. roads C. excellent C. How C. common C. suffer C. adopt C. abandoning we choose. D. down D. others D. repeated D. as much as D. meaning D. change D. agreed D. hammers D. however D. got D. subjective D. paths D. average D. Why D. primary D. come D. receive D. accepting

incurable genetic defects, we can do well in almost 36. A. away 37. A. them 38. A. said 39. A. as long as 40. A. basis 41. A. lead 42. A. encouraged 43. A. means 44. A. therefore 45. A. settled 46. A. passive 47. A. experiences 48. A. unexpected 49. A. When 50. A. complex 51. A. arise 52. A. believe 53. A. weakening B. off B. myself B. spoken B. as far back as B. plot B. improve B. demanded B. tools B. somehow B. turned B. active B. trips B. poor B. What B. advanced B. separate B. suspect B. strengthening

54. A. As a result 55. A. anything

B. At the same time B. something

C. In addition C. nothing

D. On the contrary D. all

第三部分:阅读理解( 小题; 第三部分:阅读理解(共20小题;每小题 分,共40分) 小题 每小题2分 分 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的A,B,C,D四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该 项涂黑. A

We have met the enemy, and he is ours. We bought him at a pet shop. When monkey-pox, a disease usually found in the African rain forest, suddenly turns up in children in the American Midwest, it's hard not to wonder if the disease that comes from foreign animals is homing in on human beings. "Most of the infections (感染) we think of as human infections started in other animals," says Stephen Morse, director of the Center for Public Health Preparedness at Columbia University. It's not just that we're going to where the animals are; we're also bringing them closer to us. Popular foreign pets have brought a whole new disease to this country. A strange illness killed Isaksen's pets, and she now thinks that keeping foreign pets is a bad idea. "I don't think it's fair to have them as pets when we have such a limited knowledge of them," says Isaksen. "Laws allowing these animals to be brought in from deep forest areas without stricter control need changing," says Peter Schantz. Monkey-pox may be the wake-up call. Researchers believe infected animals may infect their owners. We know very little about these new diseases. A new bug (病毒) may be kind at first. But it may develop into something harmful. Monkey-pox doesn't look a major infectious disease. But it is not impossible to pass the disease from person to person. 56. We learn from Paragraph 1 that the pet sold at the shop may _________. A. come from Columbia C. enjoy being with children B. prevent us from being infected D. suffer from monkey-pox

57. Why did Isaksen advise people not to have foreign pets? A. They attack human beings. C. They can't live out of the rain forest. B. We need to study native animals. D. We do not know much about them yet.

58. What does the phrase "the wake-up call" in Paragraph 3 most probably mean? A. a new disease B. a clear warning C. a dangerous animal D. a morning call

59. The text suggests that in the future we _______. A. may have to fight against more new diseases

B. may easily get infected by diseases from dogs C. should not be allowed to have pets D. should stop buying pets from Africa B Since weeks ago,China has been involved a worldwide A/H 1 N 1 flu that has already killed more than 80 people in the middle of May,2009,in Mexico and has turned into a global pandemic. The central government has asked people entering China from the virus-hit countries to report flu-like symptoms(症状)to the authorities. In an emergency notice issued on Saturday night,the country's top quality watchdog ordered the Customs to check passengers' temperature,too. A Beijing airport official Li said Customs officers are on a high alert(警戒)level. "Three temperature detectors are now in operation. We' re ready with protection garments and equipment,too. Passengers flying in from Mexico and other A/H1N1 flu-hit countries are being monitored closely,"he said. The Ministry of Health,however,said yesterday there was no evidence to suggest that a person would contract the disease by eating pork. Hong Kong,too,has raised its alert level against the flu to "serious". Secretary for Food& Health,Mr. York Chow urged people to avoid visiting places from where A/H1N1 flu cases have been reported,and said the virus would be added to Hong Kong's list of the diseases which have been noticed. The terrible A/H1 N1 flu has been contracted by about 4000 people in Mexico,and most of the killed were aged between 25 and 45. The virus has also infected about 5000 people in the US. The US Center for Disease Control said this kind of virus is spreading from human to human,raising fears of a global pandemic. 60. What is the passage mainly about? A. A/H1N1 flu killed more than 80 people. B. A/H1N1 flu is spreading from human to human. C. China has begun to take steps to prevent A/H1N1 flu. D. All the people are strongly affected by A/H1 N1 flu. 61. The underlined word "pandemic" in the first paragraph probably means

A. death

B. panic

C. enemy

D. disease

62. Why does the flu cause global fears? A. Because most people in the world eat pork. B. Because it's spreading from human to human. C. Because we still don't know the cause of it. D. Because it has infected about 5,000 people. 63. According to the passage,which of the following is TRUE? A. People would contract the A/H1N1 flu if they often eat pork. B. The virus of the A/H1N1 flu has infected people all over the world. C. People from AH1N1 flu—hit countries are all forbidden to enter China. D. People should avoid visiting places where A/H1N1 flu cases have been reported. 64. We can infer from the passage that .

A. Students in the middle school are most likely infected by A/H1N1 flu. B. A person would be infected by the virus by eating pork. C. Passengers from the United States are being monitored closely. D. Mr. York Chow said that the virus had been added to Hong Kong's list of the diseases. C Besides calling 911, here is what to do in some life-threatening emergencies when no one is around to help. Lost in the wilderness First, you've got to acknowledge you're in trouble. Stay where you can be seen clearly and remember to rest. Keeping a sense of humor helps too—it reduces stress and helps creative thinking. In a wide open area, make a colorful cross out of rocks to show your present position. Choking Aim to hit the top of the chair against your stomach, in the soft part below the bony upside-down V of the ribs(肋骨). Make a sudden push against the chair. If you still can't breathe after six tries, call 911, even if you can't talk. Write the word choking somewhere nearby, and

leave the line open until help arrives. Severe bleeding Use your hand or clean cotton, or paper towels, or a scarf, or any cloth you can find, and push down on the wound until the bleeding stops. But if you put a band around your leg tightly, you're going to close the vessels(血管) to the entire leg. In this way, you could lose your foot. Bear attack If you surprise a bear, don't run away. That invites an attack. Instead, stand up and back away slowly, without looking the bear in the eyes. If it does charge at you, stick out your chest, raise your arms, and spread your legs. Shout at the bear, to frighten it. If it's going to attack, lie facedown, with your hands held firmly behind your neck. Play dead until you're sure the bear is gone. 65.When you see a colorful cross made of rocks in the wilderness, you know A.someone is bleeding C.someone is lost B.someone is choking D.someone is attacked by a bear . .

66.If you are still choking after six tries, you should A.keep a sense of humor C.use your hand our clean cotton

B.call 911 and leave the line open D.lie down with your hands behind your neck .

67.Don't tie around your bleeding leg tightly, or you could A.stop bleeding C.lose our foot 68.The passage is mainly teaching us how to A.survive the emergencies C.deal with a choke B.reduce stress

D.cause breathlessness . B.avoid a bear attack D.find our way D

The American newspaper has been around for about three hundred years. In 1721, the printer James Franklin. Benjamin's older brother, started the New England Courant, and that was what we

might recognize today as a real newspaper. He filled his paper with stories of adventure, articles on art, on famous people, and on all sorts of political subjects. Three centuries after the appearance of Franklin's Courant, few believe that newspapers in their present printed form will remain alive for long. Newspaper companies are losing advertisers (广告商), readers, market value, and,. in some cases, their sense of purpose at a speed that would not have been imaginable just several years ago. The chief editor(主编) of the Times said recently, "At places where they gather, editors ask one another, 'How are you?', as if they have just come out of the hospital or a lost law came. "An article about the newspaper appeared on the website of the Guardian, under the headline "NOT DEAD YET." Perhaps not, but the rise of the Internet which has made the daily newspaper look slow and out of step with the world, has brought about a real sense of death. Some American newspapers have lost 42% of their market value in the past thee years The New York Times Company has seen its stock (股票) drop by 54% since the end of 2004, with much of the loss coming in the past year. A manager at Deutsche Bank suggested that stock-holders sell off their Times stock. The Washington Post Comply has prevented the trouble only by changing part of its business to education its testing and test-preparation service now brings in at least half the company's income. 69.. What can we learn about the New England Courran? A. It is mainly about the stock market. B. It marks the beginning of the American newspaper. C. It remains a successful newspaper in America. D. It comes articles by political leaders. 70. What can we infer about the newspaper editors? A. They often accept readers' suggestions B. They care a lot about each other's health. D. They face great difficulties in their

C. They stop doing business with advertisers. business.

71. How does the author seem to feel about the future of newspapers? A. Satisfied B. Hopeful C. Worried E BEIJING---The Beijing government has set out to recruit thousands of university graduates to work as junior officials in rural areas to both improve rural administration and ease the city's D. Surprised

employment problems. The government plans to recruit 3,000 university graduates this year, 1,000 more than last year, to work as assistants to village heads or Party secretaries in suburban areas. People interested in jobs in Beijing's rural villages and townships can submit applications to the Beijing Municipal Personnel Bureau or online at www. bjbys, com from February 1 through March 15. "We hope university graduates will seize this opportunity to use their knowledge in rural villages and to start their careers," Sun Zhenyu, deputy director of Beijing Personnel Bureau, told Xinhua News Agency. The government has promised successful candidates a monthly salary of 2,000 yuan( $ 250) in the first year, 2,500 yuan ($ 320) the second year and 3,000 yuan ($ 385) the third year, provided their performance is up to the required standards, Sun said. Wang Lina, who graduated from Beijing Union University last year, was one of the first graduates to find work in the city's countryside. After majoring in industrial and commercial administration, Wang served as the assistant to the village head of Ertiaojie Village in suburban Beijing's Pinggu District. For one project, Wang contacted people at the Beijing Academy of Agricultural Sciences and arranged for the local farmers to receive training in strawberry planting. Her efforts paid off. The village had a plentiful harvest of organic strawberries earlier this year. Nationwide, about 150,000 university graduates found employment in rural areas last year, according to figures provided by the Ministry of Education. The ministry predicts that 4. 95 million students will graduate from universities across the country this year, 820,000 more than last year. About 1.4 million of them are unlikely to find jobs when they graduate. In Beijing, a record 200,000 people are expected to graduate from university this year. Less than half of them are expected to be offered jobs, according to the personnel bureau. 72. The underlined word "recruit "in the first paragraph probably means_____________. A. force B. employ C. encourage D. train

73. From the story of Wang Lina we can learn that________________. A. the sooner you go to the countryside, the sooner you will be successful. B. local farmers can get big harvests if they learn more knowledge.

C. university graduates can also realize their value in rural areas. D. Wang had great difficulty in helping villagers planting organic strawberries. 74. The last two paragraphs aim to tell us that________________. A. more and more graduates will work as junior officials B. the universities should not have so many students C. there are more and more graduates in recent years D. it is not easy for graduates to find jobs nowadays 75.. Which of the following can be the best title for this passage? A. Job hunting for university graduates. B. Go to the countryside. C. What is the best career? D. A good choice for university graduates.

福建省漳州三中 2010 届高三上学期第四次月考 英语答题卷 英语答题卷
注意: 此卷和答题卡一并上交. 注意: 此卷和答题卡一并上交. 第 II 卷(满分 35 分) 第一节 短文填词(每小题 1 分,满分 10 分)阅读下列短文,根据以下提示:1)汉语提示, 2)首字母提示,3)语境提示,在每个空格中填入一个适当的英语单词,并将该词完整地写 在右边相对应的横线上.所填单词要求意义准确,拼写正确. Dear editor, I am a student of Senior Three in a middle school in Fujian. In order that we can make the best of learning ___________ ( 资 料 ), in early May, 76___________ the Student's Union of our school c____ on students of Senior Three to

77___________ give a_______ our used books, newspapers or magazines to the students

78___________ in the lower grades. The idea, ______ was to promote friendship and 79___________

encourage economy, was _______( 高 度 ) praised and supported by the teachers

80___________ and students alike. Within a month, from May 15 to ________ 15, the activity 81___________ received a __________ of______( 各 种 )newspapers. 83___________ took part in the activity. B________a student, I am strongly for the activity Many teachers and students of Senior Two c_________ of 1800 books, 540 magazines and thousands 82

84____________ and hope that this kind of activity will c__________ in the future. 85___________ Yours faith fully, Li Hua 第三节:书面表达: (满分 25 分) 阅读下面短文,然后按照要求写一篇 120 词左右的英语短文. Most people remember their teachers as some kind of despotic(专制的)person although it isn't always the truth. Most of them are quite nice and are always there to give us a hand when we need one. Not so long ago, you might think the teacher was The Teacher and was almighty(万能 的)and the students were there to learn and nothing else. Now there is some kind of interactivity (相互活动) between the students and the teacher. To my mind, teachers are here to teach us their knowledge and to listen to what we have to say. Indeed, students aren't afraid to tell them what they think any more. However, this doesn't mean that they don't control their troops. It is just because times and methods have changed. Our teachers are now closer to their students and have created some kind of soft climate that allows us to be in class without a feeling of obligation(责 任) what so ever. Nevertheless, we can but notice that the "power" is still in the teachers' hands. or If something goes wrong it is up to him or her to react properly and to carry out punishment if it is necessary. 【写作内容】 1. 以 30 个词概括文章内容要点; 2. 用约 90 个词就"师生关系"的话题发表你的看法,包括如下要点: (A)如何和老师友好相处;

(B)与老师和谐相处的好处; (C)用事例说明和谐的师生关系对你的成长有何影响. 【写作要求】 1. 在作文中可以使用自己亲身的经历或虚构的故事,也可以参照阅读材料的内容但不 得直接引用原文中的句子; 2. 作文中不能出现真实姓名和学校名称.

福建省漳州三中 2010 届高三上学期第四次月考 英语试题参考答案 英语试题参考答案
第一部分听力 1-5 C B C A B 单项填空 6-10 B A B A A 21-35 BDBCA 11-15 C B B C B CDBCD CABDD C ABDA CA BDA 16-20 B C A A B

第二节:完形填空 36—55 BCDBA

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第三部分:阅读理解(共20小题;每小题2分,共40分) 56—59 DDBA 短文填词 76 materials 81 June 77 called 82 collection 78 away 79 which 84 Being 80 highly 85 continue 60--64 CDBDC 65-68 CBCA 69-71BDC 72-75 BCDB

83 various

作文范文: Modern relation ship between teachers and students is much better than that in the past, which is more relaxing and pleasant, but it doesn't mean that teachers have lost the power over their students. Nowadays, getting along well with teachers is much valued than ever before. To create a good relationship with teachers, we need to respect them and appreciate their efforts, while at the same time we need to do our basic responsibilities well, such as attending class on time ,being well prepared for class with completed assignments and being fully concentrated in class. Actually, having a good relationship with teachers makes it easier for us to get along smoothly with our study at school. As far as I am concerned, my teacher was my good friend, so I would turn to him whenever I had any trouble and he always gave me a hand timely. It has had a strong effect on my personality, such as being helpful and considerate, which enables me to grow up healthily. Therefore, good relationship between teachers and students is worthwhile for

everyone to cherish. 听力录音稿 Text 1 M: A table for four, please. W: It will be about twenty minutes. Won' t you sit down? Text 2 W: That looks nice. I'll have a cheeseburger and fries. M: Anything to drink? W: A chocolate milkshake. M: That'll be $2.75. Text 3 M: Would you mind turning down the TV a bit? I'm answering the phone. W: Not at all. Text 4 M: I don't often visit museums, but I like to whenever possible. W: I've never visited the Modern Museum, but I plan to tomorrow. Text 5 M: I met Sam on the street today. W: Really? Did he say anything about his sister? M: Yes. She ought to be leaving New York very soon, because her husband has taken a job in Los Angeles.

Text8 W: Dad, can you lend Jenny and me some money? M: For what ? W: We want to get tickets for a rock concert. M: How much are these tickets? W: Eighteen dollars each. M: Eighteen dollars? That's a lot of money. W: That's not very much for this band, Dad. They are great singers, very popular. M: When will you need the money? W: Bob is also going and he's going to town tomorrow to get the tickets. M: All right. Here's fifty dollars. W: Thanks a lot, Dad. I'll call Bob right now. Text 9 W: I noticed an article in the newspaper about the problem of rapid growth of cities in America. I was wondering... Do you Americans carry out a birth control policy? Can Americans have as We'll pay you back after a few days.

many children as they want? the ride itself. Get close to nature and see things you wouldn't normally see when you were traveling by car or bus. And if you're planning your journey in the summer, take plenty of water. You are advised to drink at least one liter of water every hour. If the weather is not very warm, make sure you take some warm clothes. And put them on when you stop riding. Even in cold weather you can become very warm when you are riding and then it is very easy to catch a cold, or even get a fever when you stop.


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