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01 上海中学 2010—2011 学年上高三期末模拟英语试题
试卷分第 I 卷(选择题)和第 II 卷(非选择题)两部分,满分 150 分,考试时间 120 分 钟。

第 I 卷(三部分,共 105 分)
第一部分 听力(共两节,20 小题,每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) 第一节 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,选出最佳选项。每段对话仅读一遍。 1.What can we learn about the man? A.He brings little money with him. B.He has a lot of money on hand. C.He can change the money for the woman. 2.What can we learn about the gym? A.It’s always crowded. B.It’s sometimes crowded. C.It’s changed a lot. 3.Who knows Ann’s phone number? A.The man. B.The woman. C.Lily. 4.What can we learn about the concert? A.It’s popular. B.It’s not popular. C.It’s not well-received. 5.What will the man probably do? A.Find another roommate. B.Talk to Tom. C.Go on washing dishes. 第二节 听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,选出最佳选项。每 段对话或独白读两遍。 听第六段对话,回答第 6 至 8 题。 6.How is the woman? A.Happy. B.Sad. C.Angry. 7.What’s the relationship between the two speakers? A.Teacher and student. B.Mother and son. C.Policeman and student. 8.What was broken? A.A vase. B.A cup. 听第七段对话,回答第 9 至 11 题。 9.What’s the relationship between the two speakers? A.Colleagues. B.Boss and employee. 10.What’s wrong with the man? A.He has his leg broken. B.He has a toothache. 11.What does the man want the woman to do? A.To do everything on his desk. B.Nothing.

C.A dish.

C.Classmates. C.He has a headache.

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C.Not to tell anybody about it. 听第八段对话,回答第 12 至 14 题。 12.Why did Lily dress herself up? A.Because she wanted to go out with her boyfriend. B.Because she wanted to go out with Ann. C.Because she was going to a party. 13.What caused the misunderstanding? A.Lily didn’t let Joe complete his words. B.Ann didn’t listen to Joe clearly. C.Joe didn’t tell Ann anything about his plan. 14.What did they do finally? A.To see the film. B.To do nothing but sleep. C.To go shopping. 听第九段对话,回答第 15 至 17 题。 15.What is the woman trying to do? A.Get a new phone. B.Enroll in classes. 16.What does the man suggest? A.That she should change her plan. B.That she should wait till later. C.That she should see her teacher. 17.How does the man seem to feel? A.Excited. B.Worried.

C.Ask her friend for help.

C.Relaxed.

听第十段独白,回答第 18 至 20 题。 18.How did the man get the job? A.By himself. B.With the help of a friend. C.With the help of his dad. 19.Who had signed the letter? A.The man himself. B.A friend of his. C.The head of the department. 20.What does the story tell us about the man and his work? A.He was fit for his job. B.He was successful in his work. C.He was absent-minded sometimes while at work. 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) 21.Though Jack has failed twice in _____ PE test, he decided to have _____ third try. A.the; the B.a; the C.a; a D.the; a 22.–Why, Simon.Someone seems to have called you over there. --Yes? I _______ that. A.am not realizing B.haven’t realized C.didn’t realize D.don’t realize 23.The position, however, _______ you are applying, is not quite a well-paid one.

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A.that B.for which C.which D.to which 24.________ help the people in the snowstorm in the South made him worried. A.Not known how to B.Unknown what to do to C.His knowing not how to D.His not knowing how to 25.The conference was attended by more than 11,000 people, _____ it the largest UN climate change gathering ever held. A.making B.to make C.made D.to be making 26.—Got your driving license? —No.I _____ too busy to have enough practice, so I didn’t take the driving test last week. A.will be B.am C.have been D.had been 27.–Better get down to your work, Tom. --_________. A.It’s my pleasure B.Don’t mention it C.Mind your own business D.You’re welcome 28.______ my camera wasn’t working; there is no battery in it. A.No doubt B.No wonder C.No possibility D.No way

29.The first prize goes to _______ makes the greatest contribution to the company. A.whomever B.whichever C.no matter who D.whoever the medicine, you better 30.If you now. A.took, would feel B.had taken, felt C.had taken, would feel D.took, would have felt 31.Don’t mention that at the beginning of the story, or it may _______ the shocking ending. A.give out B.give away C.give up D.give off 32.Following Christianity, witnesses have to _______ on the Bible to tell the truth. A.put B.depend C.swear D.agree 33.Seeing the road ________ with snow, they had to stay at home, watching TV and drinking coffee. A.blocking B.blocked C.to block D.to be blocked 34. Although cats can not see in complete darkness, their eyes are much more ______ to light than human eyes. A.brilliant B.attractive C.available D.sensitive 35.They reached at last _______ was once a temple where the farmers used to keep cattle. A.what B.that C.where D.which 第二节 完型填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) “Hey, Dad, are you going to come to my award ceremony tonight?” I 36 asked my father. “I have to work late tonight.I doubt I’ll be able to 37 it on time.I am just too busy right now,” he replied. My mind could not 38 the idea that he would be too busy working late. was also too He busy to 39 my horse show and the 15th birthday party.He always used the same Why had I even bothered to ask? 41 , there was always a slight hope that tonight would 40 .

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42 . “Jill, meet my dad. Dad, this As my mother and I arrived at school, two friends 43 me. is my friend Jill.” I shook the hand of a tall man.Camera flashes lit up the room, and claps filled the 44 as students accepted their awards.My name was finally called, 45 three others.I followed my classmates to the 46 .When I reached out my hand to shake the 47 , a big smile lit up her face.The blinding flash from my mother’s camera 48 my eyes and I knew my dad wasn’t there.I walked back to my seat 49 . Back at home, seeing my dad’s car in the garage, I told myself he would not be 50 .But the strong smell of alcohol hit me as soon as I 51 inside, and I could feel my tears 52 .I followed the sound of his drunken words and saw him 53 on the couch. did father lie to me? I threw my award on the floor, walked to my bedroom, and shut 54 the door.Tears rolled down my face.I wondered if I would ever be more 55 than his whiskey bottle. 36.A.confidently B.eagerly C.proudly D.casually 37.A.reach B.keep C.take D.make 38.A.create B.support C.appreciate D.accept 39.A.watch B.avoid C.attend D.speed 40.A.excuse B.problem C.promise D.trick 41.A.Besides B.Thus C.Otherwise D.However 42.A.active B.formal C.different D.serious 43.A.recognized B.greeted C.encouraged D.showed 44.A.air B.audience C.school D.playground 45.A.up to B.other than C.out of D.along with 46.A.stage B.position C.office D.exit 47.A.Jill’s B.teacher’s C.mother’s D.father’s 48.A.fixed B.touched C.hurt D.inserted 49.A.successfully B.disappointedly C.delightedly D.hopefully 50.A.drunk B.woken C.forgiven D.hidden 51.A.stepped B.noticed C.examined D.glanced 52.A.getting off B.taking down C.building up D.turning around 53.A.leaning B.lying C.moving D.crying 54.A.How B.Where C.Why D.Whether 55.A.perfect B.comfortable C.fortunate D.important 第三部分 阅读理解(共 20 小题,每题 2 分,满分 40 分) A Happy birthday! Do birthday really make people happy? Of course they do.Birthday celebrate the day when we were born.Besides, that extra candle on the cake suggest another year of growth and maturity—or so we hope.We all like to imagine that we are getting wiser and not just older.Most of us enjoy seeing the wonder of growth in others, as well.For instance, seeing our children develop and learn new things makes us feel proud.For Americans, like people in most cultures, growing up is a wonderful process.But growing old? That is a different story. Growing old is not exactly for people in youth-oriented(以年轻人为中心) American culture.Most Americans like to look young, act young and feel young.As the old saying goes, “You’re young as you feel.” Older people joke about how many years young they are, rather than be

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how many years old.People in some countries value the aged as a source of experience and wisdom.But Americans seem to favor those that are young, or at least “young at heart”. `Many older Americans find the “golden years” to be anything but golden.Economically, “senior citizens” often struggle just to get by.Retirement at the age of 65 brings a sharp decrease in personal income.Social security benefits usually cannot make up the difference.Older people may suffer from poor nutrition, medical care, and housing . Some even experience age discrimination.American sociologist Pat Moore once dressed up like an older person and wandered city streets.She was often treated rudely—even cheated and robbed.However, dressed as a young person, she received much more respect. Unfortunately, the elderly population in America is increasing fast.Why? People are living longer.Fewer babies are being born.And middle-aged “baby boomers” are rapidly entering the group of the elderly.America may soon be a place where wrinkles(皱纹) are “in”.Marketing experts are ready noticing this growing group of consumer. 56.Growing up is a wonderful thing because ____________. A.people can celebrate their birthday B.people can receive many presents C.people can become more mature and wiser D.people will feel younger at heart 57.We can infer from the second paragraph that __________. A.different countries have different opinions on the old age B.American older people often joke about their old age C.American culture is very young D.young people lack experience and wisdom 58.What does the third paragraph mainly tell us? A.The golden years can make the old earn lots of money. B.American social security benefits are not good. C.The old in America are leading a hard life. D.The old in America have to retire at the age of 65. 59.What does the underlined word “in” in the last paragraph mean? A.serious B.disappearing slowly C.cool D.growing fast 60.According to the text, which of the following is correct? A.The young are often discriminated in America. B.The young are more respected than the old in America. C.Growing old makes people feel proud in America. D.The old are more respected than the young in America. B Every pet owner loves his pet.There is no argument here. But when we asked our readers whether they would clone their beloved animals, the responses were split almost down the middle.Of the 228 readers who answered it, 108 would clone, 111 would not and nine weighed each side without offering an opinion. Clearly, from readers’ response, this is an issue that reaches deeply into both the joy and eventual sadness of owning a pet. speaks, as well, to people’s widely differing expectations over It the developing scientific procedure.

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Most of the respondents who favored the idea strongly believed it would produce at least a close copy of the original; many felt the process would actually return an exact copy. Those on the other side, however, held little hope a clone could never truly recreate a pet, many simply didn’t wish to go against the natural law of life and death. Both sides expressed equal love for their animals.More than a few respondents owned “the best dog/cat in the world”.They thought of their pets as their “best friend”, “a member of the family,” “the light of my life. They told moving stories of pets’ heroism, intelligence and selfless ” devotion. Little wonders the loss is so disturbing—and the cloning so attractive.“People become very close to their animals, and the loss can be just as hard to bear as when a friend or family member dies,” says Gary Kowalski, author of Goodbye, Friend: Healing Wisdom for Anyone Who Has Ever Lost a Pet . “For me, cloning feels like an attempt to turn death away…It’s understandable.Death is always painful.It’s difficult to deal with.It’s hard to accept.” But would cloning reduce the blow? This question seemed to be at the heart of this problem. 61.So far as the cloning of pets is concerned, a recent survey shows that, of all pet owners, __________. A.a lot more of them are for it B.a lot more of them are against it C.very few of them are willing to tell their opinions D.about half of them are for it and the other half against it 62.While talking about the respondents from the readers, the expression “eventual sadness of owning a pet” refers to _________. A.the death of one’s pet B.the high cost of owning a pet C.the troubles one has to deal with in keeping a pet D.the dangers involved in the cloning of a pet 63.In spite of their differences on the problem of cloning, it seems that ________. A.all pet owners try to go against the natural law of life and death B.all pet owners love their pets very much C.people who support cloning love their pets more D.people who dislike cloning love their pets more 64.From what Gary Kowalski says, we can know that he _________. A.has never thought about the problem of cloning B.is going to write another book on pets C.is in favor of the idea of cloning pets D.is all against the cloning of pets

65.What is the key question at the heart of the problem of cloning pets? A.Can pet owners afford the cost of cloning? B.Can cloning make the pain one suffers less when a pet dies? C.Does cloning go against the law of nature? D.How reliably does cloning produce an exact copy of one’s pet? C

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It was not yet eleven o’clock when a boat crossed the river with a single passenger who had obtained his transportation at that unusual hour by promising an extra fare. While the youth stood on the landing-place searching in his pockets for money, the ferryman lifted a lantern, by the aid of which, together with the newly risen moon, he took a very accurate survey of the stranger’s figure.He was a young man of barely eighteen years, evidently country bred 长大的) and now, as it seemed, on his first visit to town. was wearing a rough gray coat, ( , He which was in good shape, but which had seen many winters before this one.The garments under his coat were well constructed of leather, and fitted tightly to a pair of muscular legs; his stockings of blue yarn must have been the work of a mother or sister, and on his head was a three-cornered hat, which in its better days had sheltered the grayer head of the lad’s father. his left hand was a In walking stick, and his equipment was completed by a leather bag not so abundantly stocked as to inconvenience the strong shoulders on which it hung.Brown, curly hair, well-shaped-features, bright, cheerful eyes were nature’s gifts, and worth all that art could have done for his adornment (装饰) . The youth, whose name was Robin, paid the boatman, and then walked forward into the town with a light step, as if he had not already traveled more than thirty miles that day.As he walked, he surveyed his surroundings as eagerly as if he were entering London or Madrid, instead of the little metropolis(都市)of a New England colony. 66.What time of the year was it in this story? A.Winter. B.Fall. C.Summer. D.Spring. 67.The boatman was willing to take Robin across the river because ________. A.he was going to row across the river anyway B.he saw that Robin was young and rich C.he would give extra money D.he felt sorry for him because Robin looked poor 68.The stockings that Robin wore were obviously _________. A.well worn B.very expensive C.handmade D.much too big 69.From the text we can learn that Robin had traveled __________. A.from London B.from Madrid C.from a nearby city D.over thirty miles 70.At what time of day did Robin cross the river? A.Night. B.Late afternoon C.Midday. D.Morning. D Drunken driving –sometimes called America’s socially accepted form of murder—has become a national epidemic (流行病) .Every hour of every day about three Americans on average are killed by drunken drivers, adding up to an incredible 250,000 over the past ten years.A drunken driver is usually referred to as one with 0.10-blood alcohol content or roughly three beer glasses of wine or shots of whisky drunk within two hours.Heavy drinking used to be an acceptable part of the American manly image and judges were lenient in most courts, but the drunken killing has recently caused so many well-publicized tragedies, especially concerning young children, that public opinion is no longer so tolerant. Twenty states have raised the legal drinking age to 21, reversing a trend in the 1960s to reduce it to 18.After New Jersey lowered it to 18, the number of people killed by 18-20 years old drivers more than doubled, so the state recently upped it back to 21.

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Reformers, however, fear raising the drinking age will have little effect unless accompanied by educational programs to help young people to develop “responsible attitudes” about drinking and teach them to resist peer pressure to drink. Though new laws have led to increased arrests and tests in many areas already, to a marked drop in accidents, some states are also punishing bars for serving customers too many drinks.A bar in Massachusetts was fined for serving six or more double brandies to a customer who was “obviously drunk” and later drove off the road, killing a 9-year-old boy. As the accidents continue to occur daily in every state, some Americans are even beginning to speak well of the 13 years national prohibition of alcohol that began in 1919, which President Hoover called the “noble experiment”.They forgot that legal prohibition didn’t stop drinking, but encouraged political corruption and organized crime.As with the booming drug trade generally, there is no easy solution. 71.From paragraph one, we can know that ____________. A.most Americans like drinking B.heavy drinking is hard to avoid C.many Americans are killed by drunk drivers D.Americans are not shocked by traffic accidents 72.What can be inferred from the fact of the traffic accidents in New Jersey? A.The legal drinking age should be raised. B.Young drivers were usually bad. C.Most drivers hoped to raise the legal drinking age. D.Drivers should not be allowed to drink. 73.The underlined word “lenient” in the first paragraph means “_________”. A.serious B.cruel C.merciful D.determined

74.In America, public opinion about drunken driving has changed because __________. A.judges are no longer lenient B.new laws are introduced in some states C.the problem has attracted public attention D.drivers do not appreciate their manly image 75.Which of the following best shows the writer’s opinion of drunken driving? A.It may lead to organized crime. B.It is difficult to solve this problem. C.The new laws can stop heavy drinking. D.There should be no bars to serve drinks.

第 II 卷(共 45 分)
第一节 单词拼写(共 10 小题,每题 0.5 分,共 5 分) (注:请把答案写在下面的答题处) 1) Make sure you g________ the rope with both hands when climbing the tree. 2)He r____________ no to the first question.

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3) This city is in ____________ (急迫的) need of doctors. 4) The weather f___________ said that there would be sunny intervals and showers. 5) What she said sounded convincing, but we s__________ it to be a lie. 6) Many experts _____________(提倡) rewarding your child for good behavior. 7) Don’t ____________ (耽误,延迟) apologizing, or you will lose the best chance. 8) He s___________ the chance of a trip to Singapore. 9) We have______________(采纳了) their teaching way. 10) Have you ___________(咨询) your doctor about your illness? 单词拼写答题处: 1 . ______________ 2 . _____________ 3 . ____________ 4 . ____________ 5.______________ 6 . ______________ 7 . _____________ 8 . ____________ 9 . ____________ 10.______________ 第二节 阅读表达(5 小题;每题 2 分,共 10 分) 阅读下面的短文,并根据要求回答问题。 Even if you really enjoy your job, it’s still possible to battle boredom as you work.You may not be able to make big changes—or change your job—but you can make small adjustments to your routine that can make every day seem, well, a little less routine. 1.Switch Your Seat Change your outlook at the office by changing your office.Ask your supervisor to help you find a new desk. Even switching desks with a neighboring coworker can offer a fresh atmosphere. If it's not possible to change your location, see if you can change your desk’s direction.A new view can be just as refreshing as a new location. 2.______________ Start and end your day in a different way.Consider a new mode of transportation, if it’s possible.Take a subway.Ride a bike on sunny days.Carpool with a coworker.Use a new route to get to your job.You needn't change it for ever—just long enough to help you escape the boredom. 3.Find a New Work Style Sick of attending that long-standing Monday morning meeting? Try to change it to the afternoon. If you find yourself feeling most bored in the afternoons, try to arrange to do your favorite tasks then and tackle less desirable projects in the mornings. If you usually communicate with coworkers via email and instant messaging, start dealing with people face to face. Increased communication with coworkers may help improve your mood. 4.Get and Set a Goal If your work is short of objectives, it's no wonder that work has become boring.Identify a goal and set an “achieve by” date for it. Your goal needn’t be noble as long as you have enough enthusiasm for it.Perhaps you want to make a new project.Maybe you’d like to pursue a promotion.Or you may even set a goal of finding a new job altogether.Whatever it is, actively move toward an objective. 76.What is the purpose of the passage? (within 15 words) ___________________________________________________________________________

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77.Which sentence in the text is the closest in meaning to the following one? You will feel bored when you are not working toward something. ____________________________________________________________________________ 78.Fill in the blank in Paragraph 5 with proper words. (within 8 words) _________________________ 79.List three methods of escaping from boredom in your daily. (within 5 words for each) ① ②________________________________ ③_______________________________ 80.Translate the underlined sentence in the last paragraph into Chinese. ___________________________________________________________________________

第三节 书面表达 (满分 30 分) 假如你是校报负责人,急需在学校内聘一位同学任英文版的编辑,请你用英文以“An English Editor Wanted”为题,按照以下要点写一则 120-150 字的招聘启事。 1.描述主要的工作内容。 2.希望该同学应满足的条件与要求。 3.感兴趣的同学请在本周内与学生会(Students’ Union)联系。 An English Editor Wanted ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ The Students’ Union

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参考答案
试卷总分 150 分 第 I 卷: 共 105 分 第 1—20 题: 每题 2 分,共 30 分 1—5 ABCAB 6—10 CBAAC 第 21—55 题: 每题 1 分,共 35 分 21—25 DCBDA 26—30 DCBDC 36—40 BDDCA 41—45 DCBAD 第 56—75 题: 每题 2 分,共 40 分 56—60 CACDB 61—65 DABCB

11—15 BBAAB

16—20 CCBAC

31—35 BCBDA 46—50 ABCBA 51—55 ACBCD 66—70ACCDA 71—75 CACCB

第 II 卷:共 45 分 第一节 词汇: 每词 0.5 分,共 5 分。 1 ) grasp 2 ) responded 3 ) urgent 4 ) forecast 5 ) suspected 6) advocate/advocated 7) delay 8) seized 9) adopted 10) consulted (注意:此部分评卷时,词的形式错误,不得分;若学生所给答案与此答案有出入,只 要句意、语法、搭配和形式正确,亦可得分) 第二节 阅读表达 每题 2 分,共 10 分 76.To give some advice on how to battle boredom as you work. 77.If your work is short of objectives, it's no wonder that work has become boring. 78.Change the way to go to work. 79.Enjoying music; Playing basketball with friends; Changing to another subject (答案合理, 语法正确即可得分) 80.你的目标不必多么远大,只要你有足够的热情去完成它。 第三节 书面表达 共 30 分 An English Editor Wanted Our school newspaper is looking for an editor for its English edition.The job mainly includes two parts: one is to choose proper English articles from other newspapers, magazines or the Internet for us students.The other is to pick out articles from students in our school and edit them for use. We hope that he/she could meet the following requirements.First, he/she is willing to devote some of the spare time to serving the others.Second, it’s necessary for him/her to be good at both English and fine art.Needless to say, that the ability to use the computer is important as well.

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Those who are interested in the job, please get in touch with the Students’ Union this week. Students’ Union


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