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考生注意: 1.本试卷分第 I 卷(选择题)和第"卷(非选择题)两部分,共 150 分。考试时间 120 分钟。 2.请将各题答案填在试卷后面的答题卡上。 3.本试卷主要考试内容:综合测试 第

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第一部分听力(共两节,满分 30 分) 第 一 节 ( 共 5 小题(每小题! 5 分,满分7. 5 分) 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最佳选 项, 并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后,你都有 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. What does the woman mean?
A.

They don’t have to go to the concert.

B. The man’s brother will let them use the car. C. Going by bus is fine for them. 2. What do we know about the match?

A. It can’t be much fun. B. It must be exciting.
3. What is wrong with the printer? A. A.

C. It may be put off. C. It has run out of ink. C. Politics. C. The development of languages.

tt’s out of fashion. Sports.

B. It’s broken. B. Fashion. B. A professor.

4. What is the woman probably interested in? 5. What are the speakers mainly talking about?

A New dictionaries.

第 二 节 ( 共 15 小题;每小题! 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。 听第 6 段材料,回答第 6、7 题。
6. Where does this conversation probably take place? A. A.

At a hotel. Consulting about a tour.

B . I n a post office.

C. I n a travel office.

7. What is the man doing?

B . Looking for a job. C. Trying to find a book. 听第 7 段材料,回答第 8、9 题。 8. What is the woman? A.librarian. B. A doctor.
9. What is the woman’s suggestion?

C. A teacher.

A.Buying some new computers. B.Borrowing some magazines . C.Asking some experts for advice. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 10 至 12 题。
10. What is the probable relationship between the speakers?

A . Teacher and student . B . Doctor and patient .
11. Who are Anne and Dick?

C. Husband and wife.

A.The speakers’ children . B.The speakers’ friends. C.The speakers’ customers .
12. What will the speakers buy for Dick?

A.Some records. B . A toy. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 13 至 16 题。
13. What will the woman do in summer holidays?

C. A space suit.

二. Study English at home. B . Go boating on the Nile. C. Visit the Aswan Dam. 14. Where does the man’s sister work?
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A. On the plane.

B . At a school.

C. At a travel agency.

15. Why did the woman want to leave?

A.She was feeling sorry for the man’s sister. B.She may be hurt by the man’s pride . C.She was interested in the man’s travel plan .
16. What do we know about the woman?

A.Her parents are strict with her. B.Her oral English is poor . C.She knows nothing about Egypt. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 17 至 20 题。
17. Whom is the speaker speaking to?

A.Students. A. Every other day. A. To learn to type. A. Immediately.

B . Teachers . B . Every day. B . To enjoy oneself. B . Tomorrow.

C. Reporters . C . Five days a week. C . To make some money. C . Next week.

18. How often does The Voice come out? 19. What’s the best reason for taking the job according to the speaker? 20. When are volunteers expected to start working?

第二部分阅读理解(共两节,满分 40 分) 第 一 节 ( 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 Alexandra Scott was born to Liz and Jay Scott in Manchester,Connecticut on January 18, 1996,the second of four children. Shortly before her first birthday,Alex was diagnosed with neuroblastoma,a type of childhood cancer. On her first birthday, the doctors informed Alex’s parents that if she beat her cancer it was doubtful that she would ever walk again. Just two weeks later,Alex slightly moved her leg at her parents’ request to kick. This was the first indication that she would turn out to be a courageous and confident child with big dreams and big accomplishments. By her second birthday,Alex was able to stand up with leg braces (支架).She worked hard to gain strength and to learn how to walk. She appeared to be overcoming the difficulties, until the shocking discovery within the next year that her tumors (肿瘤)had started growing again. In the year 2000,the day

after her fourth birthday,Alex received a stem cell transplant (干细胞移植)and informed her mother, “When I get out of the hospital I want to have a lemonade stand. ” She said she wanted to give the money to doctors to allow them to “help other kids,like they helped me.,,True to her word, she held her first lemonade stand later that year with the help of her older brother and raised an amazing $ 2,000 for “her hospital, People from all over the world,moved by her story,held their own lemonade stands and donated the earnings to Alex and her cause. In August of 2004,Alex passed away at the age of 8,knowing that, with the help of others,she had raised more than $ 1 million to help find a cure for the disease that took her life. Alex’s family—including brothers Patrick, Eddie,and Joey—and supporters around the world are committed to continuing her inspiring cause through Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation (基金会). 2! It can be learned from the text that Alex ____________ .
A.

couldn’t walk until she was four

B. was the only daughter of the Scotts C. held her first lemonade stand in 2001 D. was born with cancer 22. Why was Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation founded? A. To promote her lemonade. B. To set up a children’s hospital. C. To attract public attention to her disease. D. To collect money to help children with cancer. 23. What did the public do to support Alex and her cause? A. They helped her sell lemonade. B. They provided free stands for her. C. They donated money to her foundation. D. They donated stem cells for her operation. 24. Which of the following can best describe Alex? A.

Stubborn.

B. Determined.

C. Innocent.

D. Energetic.

B Dobson Ranch Housing Association 1000 Sidewinder Road Mesa,AZ 85202 October 15 Mr and Mrs Fred Deacon 1442 Saddleback Road Mesa,AX 85205 Dear Mr and Mrs Fred Deacon, I am writing this letter to congratulate you on your new purchase of a house in the Dobson Ranch area. We feel that this is one of the best neighborhoods of high quality in the city of Mesa, and we are happy to be able to call you neighbors. For your information,there are a few things we would like to tell you. One is that there are certain duties that go with living in Dobson Ranch. In order to keep property (房地产) values at the highest possible levels,we insist that everyone who lives in Dobson Ranch take care of their property. This means that the grass needs to be cut regularly,branches of the trees and bushes should be cut off,and there should be no unattractive additions to houses, nor should houses be painted in colors like red or blue. If you want to make any additions to your house,you need our permission first.

The people of Dobson Ranch also have monthly meetings to discuss various issues of concern in our community. You are welcome to attend. We typically hold meetings on the first Saturday of every month at 7 : 00 PM at the Dobson Ranch Community Center. You will receive a notice via e-mail a few days before every meeting as a reminder. We hope that you will join us as much as you see fit. Again,welcome to the neighborhood,and I look forward to meeting you soon. Sincerely Juan Sanchez President Dobson Ranch Housing Association October 20 Dear Mr Sanchez, Thank you very much for your letter welcoming us to the neighborhood. My wife and I appreciate your concern, and we also appreciate you letting us know about the various rules that apply to this neighborhood. Please do not worry about us. No matter where we live,we always try to be neighbors taking care to do our work pro perly. We too are well aware of property values. To be honest,we are actually pleased that there are regulations that must be obeyed. In the past,we have had neighbors who have not taken care of their homes and yards; at least we know that we will not have to worry about that here. As for the meetings, thank you for your kind invitation,but tm afraid that you probably won’t see us too often. My work takes me out of town,so when I,m not traveling,I prefer to stay home. Similarly,my wife works long hours at the hospital and prefers to spend her days off relaxing at home. However,if we have the time,we will try to make it to a meeting. Again,thank you for welcoming us. Sincerely Fred Deacon 25.Why do people who live in Dobson Ranch need to take care of their homes? A. To ensure that no one complains about how the area looks. B. To make the neighborhood look as good as possible. C. To keep the property worth as much as possible . D. To be good neighbors. 26.What does Fred Deacon think about the rules at Dobson Ranch? A. He agrees to them. B. He thinks they require too much. C. He would like to discuss them later. D. He feels that they are not severe enough. 27.For the invitation to the monthly meetings, Fred Deacon responds that ____________ . A. h e will attend regularly B. he will attend with his wife C. his wife will attend alone D. neither he nor his wife will attend very often C For many years, machines have been doing work that people once did, including some dit- ficutt jobs. Search and rescue operations in dangerous environments are often seen as the first areas that will employ high technology robots. But there is another area where they may soon take jobs traditionally held by human beings: the restaurant industry. Teams from around the world competed in early June at the DARPA Robotic Challenge Finals in California. A team from South Korea and its robot, called DRC-Hubo ,won the first place in the competition. The second and third place winners were from the United States. The robots were required to drive a vehicle, climb up steps and do mechanical work. Such activities are easy for humans to

perform,but more difficuit for machines. Not all of the competitors were successful. The failures showed how difficuit it is to design effective walking mach>nes. Akihiro Suzuki works at Yaskawa Electric,a company that develops robots. He says robots cannot do everything a human can,but they are able to work without becoming tired. He says robots cannot taste food,change heating levels or seasonings to get the best flavor (风 味) .But he says if a food can be easily prepared,a robot can repeat the same movement to reproduce the same meal. One Japanese woman who saw the robots working wanted to bring them home. Masayo Mori says she would like to have a husband who could work like a robot. Suzumo Machinery showed its sushi (寿司) maker robot. It performs the often difficult work of wrapping the popular Japanese food. Hiroshi Monden is an official with the company. He says people all over the world now eat sushi,but there are not enough skilled workers to prepare it. He says his machine can help anyone make sushi. 28.In Paragraph 1,the author tells us ___________ . A. robots just do difficult jobs B. robots are sometimes dangerous C. robots are widely used in our life D. robots are gradually replacing humans 29.Why did some teams fail at the DARPA Robotic Challenge Finals? A. Their robots cannot be applied at home. B. Preparing food is really difficult for robots. C. Their robots can just repeat the same movement. D. They failed to design effective walking robots. 30.We can infer from the last paragraph that ___________ . A. Japanese men are lazy B. robots are popular in Japan C. Japan has advanced high technology D. robots usually take the job of making sushi in Japan 31.In which column can we probably see the text? A. Education. B. Culture. C. Health. D. Science. D The age at which kids first fall victim to bullying (欺侮)could influence how strongly they are affected,suggests a n ew study. And,surprisingly,it is not the youngest kids who are hurt the most in the long term. Bullying can have long-lasting effects,but particularly when it begins in adolescence,the researchers say. People subjected to either verbal ( 口头白々)or physical bullying are known to be at greater risk of developing depression,anxiety disorders or to behave violently. But not everyone reacts in this way. Children bullied for the first time before they hit adolescence seem to get over it, but those who are bullied for the first time later on in adolescence seem to become more aggressive or are more likely to turn to drink as a means of coping. These are the conclusions of psychologist Matthew Newman and colleagues from the University of Texas at Austin,US. The team gave questionnaires to nearly 1,500 college students regarding their experience of physical and psychological bullying before adolescence—before high school—and in late adolescence—at high school. They assessed mood and mental state,judging by signs of anxiety or depression,such as sleeplessness. The group was also questioned about how they would react to certain challenges,such as humiliation. People who were bullied all revealed slightly higher levels of stress. But while those bullied earlier in life seemed to respond normally to provocation (杉匕畔),people bullied for the first time late in adolescence are more withdrawn and sensitive to violence. There are also sex differences between those bullied for the first time during adolescence, with
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females more likely to react aggressively when provoked and males are much more likely to turn to alcohol to escape bad situations. The best solution in all cases was strong social support,whether from friends,family or school. Those with no one to share their problems with suffered the most. So perhaps it is best not to shelter children completely from bullying early on,suggests Newman. “They may get stressed,but unhealthy coping really jumps out when they are bullied for the first time later on. ” 32.What determines the degree of bullying’s effect on people according to the study? A. The reason why they are bullied. B. The place where they are first bullied. C. The age at which they are first bullied. D. The person who first bullies them. 33.What may happen to those first bullied later on in adolescence according to Newman and his colleagues? A. Some are likely to be more aggressive. B. They seem to easily get over the effect of bullying. C. Most of them will respond to bullying normally. D. Most of them are afraid of sharing their problems. 34.What does the underlined word “humiliation,,in Paragraph 4 mean? A. Carrying out an important plan. B. Being made to feel ashamed. C. Trying hard to survive an accident. D. Feeling hopeless in an emergency. 35.The sex differences between people bullied for the first time during adolescence are reflected in . A. the support they get from the society B. the effect bullying has on them C. the way they react to provocation D. the type of bullying they receive 第 二 节 ( 共 5 小 题 ;每 小 题 2 分,满分10 分) 根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选 项。 Take the opportunity to travel when studying abroad If you’re studying abroad, then there’s a good chance that you’re living within just hundreds of miles of many fantastic destinations. 36 So you should seize the opportunity to visit places of interest. However,you shouldn’t forget that your main goal is to immerse yourself in the country where you’ve chosen to study,so you should explore that country the most. " 37 This will give you an opportunity to understand the people and customs of the different regions of the country. This will also help you appreciate the art or history classes you’ve taken about your chosen country. " 38 Not only will it make traveling more fun,but it will be safer,too. ? If you’re traveling and can’t stay with a friend, it’s lik ely that you will look into hostels,the cheaper alternative to hotels. 39 But try to book one with a friend,to watch over your belongings,and to do as much research about the hostel as you can in advance. ?Though your study abroad program will give you an amazing opportunity to travel, make sure that you still leave some time for you to spend the weekends in your city of choice. 40 ? If you do travel out of the country,always let your friends or teachers know about it in advance. A. Travel within the country where you’re studying abroad.
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B. Try to bring a travel friend or two with you wherever you go. C. Hostels can be a fun place to stay and a great way to meet people. D. Many students who study abroad in the fall love going to Germany. E. Therefore you will get used to the life there and appreciate the city. F. Book your tickets before you leave to study abroad. G. A ticket to these places is much cheaper than it’ll be from home. 第三部分英语知识运用(共两节,满分 45 分) 第 一 节 完 形 填 空 (共 20 小 题 ;每 小 题 1. 5 分, 满分30 分) 阅读下面短文,从短文后所给各题的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最 佳 选项。 “There’s nothing I can do, , , the eye doctor told my parents. “Take your baby home. She’s 41 . ” Mom cried. “I , l give her a full,happy life, , , Dad 42 . As I grew,my parents realized I could see 43 . One day after school,my dad saw me holding Dick and Jane close to my eyes, 44 to read the letters. “Dad,I can’t do this. It’s too 45 . ” I said. “Honey,you’re not a quitter. I , l help you. ” He painstakingly drew 46 big enough for me to see and then pronounced them. I learned to read after my father and eventually read Dick and Jane 47 with my classmates. Because of my dad,I had 48 in myself as a reader—until middle school. One afternoon a student 49 me,“You blind bat. If you get your face any nearer to that page,your eyes will fall out of your head!, , I ran out of the school in 50 . Dad was home when I burst in. “I thought I was a good 51 ,but the kids are making fun of me., Dad hugged me. “I, m sorry,Pam. But that doesn’t change the 52 . You can read and your classmates can’t take that away from you,right?” 53 to speak, I just nodded. After Dad’s 54 ,the knot (结)in my stomach went away. Dad taught me to laugh at myself. He reminded me of the time I tried to 55 a sign painted to the floor. Another time,I 56 to eat flowers off an empty plate. When I was ten,I wanted to ride a two-wheeled bike. I heard Dad say to Mom,“I , m not going to hold Pam back from the 57 any kid has. ” On my first attempt,I said,“Dad,what if I fall off?” His 58 was,“You’ll get on and try again. ” 59 ,I learned to skate,climb trees, and so on. I wouldn’t be who I am today if it weren’t for my dad. He made the 60 for me to believe in myself. 41. A.fine B.blind C.crazy D.deaf 42. A. swore B. explained C . admitted D. ordered 43. A.immediately B.separately C.partly D.clearly 44. A. pretending B. struggling C. offering D. deciding 45.A absurd B boring C abstract D hard 45.A circles B pictures C leters D lines 47. A . proudly B. s ecretly C. unwillingly D. noisily 48.A interest B confidence C doubt D disappointment 49.A betrayed B greeted C scolded D teased 50.A . rags B. s urprise C. tears D. terror 51.A . reader B. member C. daughter D. listener 52.A . s tyle B. way C. happiness D. truth 53.A . Eager B. Afraid C. Unable D. Pleased 54.A . encouragement B. praise C. reward D. c onclusion 55.A . 1 ook for B. pick up C. take out D. throw away 56.A refused B managed C forgot D atempted 57.A examples B adventures C concerns D changes 59.A . c omment B. choice C. reply D. idea 60.A . Afterwards B. Otherwise C. Backwards D. Instead 60 A decision B progress C scene D diference 第 Ⅱ 卷 第三部分英语知识运用(共两节,满分 45) 第 二 节 ( 共 10 小 题 ;每 小 题 1. 5 分,满分15 分)
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阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当的内容"个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。 Founded in Yan’an in 1941,Beijing Foreign Studies University (BFSU) is now a famous university located in the Haidian District of Beijing,a place in 61 the key institutions of higher 62 (educate) are concentrated. Excellence in foreign language teaching has allowed BFSU 63 (enjoy) a good fame for quality in teaching and research activities . The university’s campus occupies 64 area of 304,553 m2,with a student dormitory area of 40,000 m2 and a library of 9,997 m2. The Third Ring Road runs through the center of the university campus, 65 (make) transportation very convenient. The university is 66 (wide) known as Beiwai in Chinese and BFSU in English. BFSU has over 600 highly-qualified and 67 (experience) staff members. Each year approximately 110 teachers and experts 68 (employ) from more than twenty 69 (country) to teach at BFSU. BFSU is a member of Project 211,a university development program supported 70 the Ministry of Education in 1996. 第 四 部 分 写 作 ( 共 两 节 , 满 分 35 分 ) 第 一 节 短 文 改 错 (共 10 小 题 ;每 小 题 1 分,满 分10 分) 假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文,请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。文中共有 10 处 语言错误,每句中最多有两处。每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。 增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(# ),并在其下面写出该加的词。 删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。 修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。 注意:1.每处错误及其修改均仅限一词( 2.只允许修改 10 处,多者(从第11 处起)不计分。 Dear John, Long time no see. I was so delight to receive your letter and td like to sharing something with you about my school. There was no doubt that more than one change has been taken place in my school. A new library has been built,that there are varieties of books,newspapers and magazine. Besides, lie in the front of my school,the wonderful playground makes the campus more surprising beautiful. In addition,ours teachers and we students have planted many splendid flowers and trees in our school. I sincerely wish you could come and visit my school the near future. Yours& Li Hua 第 二 节 书 面 表 达 (满分 25 分) 假如你是李华,上周日你参加了你的好友交换生 Tom 的生日晚会,奢侈的场面让你非常惊讶。 请你针对此现象写一封信给他,谈谈你的看法,内容包括: 1.过于铺张,浪费严重 ( 2.喧闹太久,干扰他人 ; 3.生日晚会的真正意义。 注意:1.词数 100 左右( 2.可以适当发挥,使得上下文连贯; 3.开头已写好,不计入总数。 参考词汇:奢侈的 luxurious 铺张的 extravagant Dear Tom, I,m glad to have attended your birthday party last Sunday. _____________________________ Yours& Li Hua

高三英语试卷参考答案 听力部分录音材料 Text

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M:I,d like to drive to the concert,but my brother will use the car tonight. W : Who needs a car? We can take the bus if we go a little earlier. (Text M:I,m really looking forward to the match, W : Yes,so am I. If only it would stop raining tonight. M :Well,it can’t be helped. W:No,I suppose not The field is so wet. I,m afraid it won’t be very exciting. (Text

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W:John,do you realize that Christmas is only a month away? We’ve got to think about Christmas gifts. M : All right. Let’s make a list of names and then decide what to give them all. W: The children first,$ think. What about Anne? M : She, s getting too grown-up for toys. We can let her choose a book. W : Very well. Now what about Dick? He thinks about nothing but space travel nowadays. M:Oh,that makes it easy. Shall we give him one of those space travel suits the toyshop has? W:That,s an excellent idea. He, ll be quite excited. M : What about your father? W:He, s fond of music. Perhaps some records? (Text

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M: How time flies! The summer holidays are coming next week. W: Yes,do you have any plan? M : Certainly. $ want to go to Egypt. What about you? W : t,m afraid $ can’t go anywhere. $ failed my English writing exam. You know my parents are so strict with me. M :Bad luck! W : $ say,is Egypt an Asian country? Is it far? M: Yes,quite far. But it’s not in Asia,it’s an African country. W: Oh,yes. t ve heard of not only the Pyramids but also the Aswan Dam. Do you want to see them? M: Of course. I, ll go there by boat on the Nile. W:That,ll be wonderful and interesting. How will you go to Egypt? M :By air—by flight No. CA 808! My sister works on it! And then I, ll be treated as a king! W : Don’t be so proud. I,m tired of you talking like that. $ want to leave now. M:〇h,sorry. $ didn’t mean to hurt you. (Text 10) Hello! I,m Harvard Smith, As the editor of The Voice,t d like to introduce you to our school daily newspaper. We need volunteers to help us with our newspaper. Experience isn’t absolutely necessary. But we need people with writing skills and typing skills. Since The Voice comes out five days a week. We need excellent students who know how to plan their time well. Good grades are necessary. We can pay you,depending on your work but don’t expect to get rich. This isn’t something you do for the money. Mostly it’s just for fun. Anyone who is interested in this job should speak to me immediately after this meeting. Be prepared to start right now. The first issue goes to press tomorrow.

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lie in the front of my school,the wonderful playground makes the campus more surprising beautiful. In ad- lying surprisingly dition,ours teachers and we students have planted many splendid flowers and trees in our school. our I sincerely wish you could come and visit my school 八 the near future. Yours, Li Hua 书面表达 One possible version: Dear Tom, I’m glad to have attended your birthday party last Sunday. It was a big party indeed. But I have to say it was the most luxurious birthday party I,d ever attended. For us teenagers there is no need to be that extravagant because we mainly get living expenses from our parents. And it is shameful to waste much of the food. What’s more,the party with loud noise went on late into the night,which bothered the neighborhood. To my mind,the meaning of the birthday party lies in sharing the pleasure of our growth with our friends. tt s great fun to get together,for the feelings instead of for the expensive food and splendid decorations. Yours Ll Hua


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