第一部分 听力 第一节 听下面 5 段对话，每段对话仅读一遍。 1.What does the man want to do? A. Take photos. the woman. 2.What are the speakers talking about? A noisy night. B. Their life in to
wn. C. A place of living. 3.Where is the man now? 4.What will Celia do? basketball. 5.What day is it when the conversation takes place? Sunday. C. Monday. A. Saturday. B. A. On his way. B. In a restaurant. C. At home. C. Play B. Buy a camera. C. Help
A. Find a player.
B. Watch a game.
第二节 听下面 5 段对话或独白，每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第 6 段材料，回答第 6，7 题。 6.What is Sara going to do? A. Buy John a gift. B. Give John a surprise. C. Invite John to France. B. Exciting. C.
7.What does the man think of Sara's plan? A. Funny. Strange. 听第 7 段材料,回答第 8、9 题。 8.Why does Diana say sorry to Peter? A. She has to give up her travel plan. C. She needs to put off her test. 9.What does Diana want Peter to do? A. Help her with her study. geography lesson. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 10 至 12 题。 10.Why does the man call the woman? A. To tell her about her new job. C. To plan a meeting with her.
B. She wants to visit another city.
B. Take a book to her friend.
C. Teach a
B. To ask about her job program.
11.Who needs a new flat? 12.Where York. is the woman
A. Alex. now? A. In
B. Andrea. Baltimore.
C. Miranda. B. In New
C. In Avon.
听第 9 段材料,回答第 13 至 16 题。 13.What does Jan consider most important when he judges a restaurant? A. Where the restaurant is. is prepared. 14.When did Jan begin to write for a magazine? A. After he came back to Sweden. B. Before he went to the United States. B. Whether the prices are low. C. How well the food
C. As soon as he got his first job in 1982. 15.What may Jan do to find a good restaurant? A. Talk to people in the street. 16.What do we know about Jan? A. He cooks for a restaurant. American food. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 17 至 20 题。 17.What do we know about the Plaza Leon? A. It's a new building. public place. 18.When do parents and children like going to the Plaza Leon? A. Saturday nights. B. Sunday afternoons. C. Fridays and Saturdays. B. It's a small town. C. It's a B. He travels a lot for his work. C. He prefers B. Speak to taxi drivers. C. Ask hotel clerks.
19.Which street is known for its food shops and markets? A. Via del Mar Street. B. Fernando Street. C. Hernandes Street.
20.Why does the speaker like Horatio Street best? A. It has an old stone surface. university. 第二部分 阅读理解 (共 20 小题，每小题 3 分，满分 60 分) A Islands of Adventure at Universal Orlando in Florida People say that it is the home of the “Harry Potter Theme Park”. The Wizarding World B. It is named after a writer. C. It has a famous
is the most popular part of the park. Other popular rides include the Adventures of Spider-Man, Popeye & Bluto’s Bilge-Rat Barges and the Jurassic Park River Adventure. It is open from Monday to Saturday. $15.95 for children, 3 to 13 years old; $29.95 for ages 14 and over. PI-O Indoor Theme Park in Longueuil The PI-O Indoor Theme Park features(以??为特色) 16 rides, a small sea train, a kid-sized bowling alley(保龄球场), a mirror maze(迷宫), theme rooms which include the Christmas room on-the-sea, and a private reception room. “I wanted to create a safe environment for kids aged 1 to 10,” explains owner Jocelyne Pinard. She noted how many competing amusement parks have sections that can be unsafe for young kids — such as the “ball rooms” full of loose plastic balls. So this is how it is different from other amusement parks. Open seven days a week. The admission fees are $16.99 for individuals(个人) and $64 for families. Legoland Windsor Theme Park in London Legoland Windsor is the best choice for young families. The park is designed for children from 3 to 12. There are over 50 rides as well as live shows, workshops, and other attractions aimed at younger children, and especially those who are already fond of building-block(积木) toys. The park is open every single day. Adults: $35; Ages 3-15 and 60+: $26. Buy online and save $3 per person. Wonder La Theme Park in India Wonder La is a world-class amusement park. It’s modern, clean and green, and has all kinds of attractions. There are over 50 rides, 12 of which are water based and 9 especially for small children. Monday to Friday 11 a.m. until 6 p.m. Saturday, Sunday, Holiday and Festival seasons 11 a.m. until 7 p.m. Single adult / child — $13.50; Family ticket (for any four people) — $50.00; Children 3 and under — Free. 21. If Jim is free this Sunday, he can choose to visit the following parks EXCEPT________.
A. Islands of Adventure
C. Legoland Windsor D. Wonder La
22. How is PI-O Indoor Theme Park mainly different from other parks? A. It is much safer. B. It features more rides.
C. It is much cheaper. D. It offers more activities. 23. If a couple want to visit Legoland Windsor Theme Park with their 5-year-old son, how much do they need to pay when booking online? A. $70. B. $87. C. $93. D. $96. B It is a bright morning in the Ethiopian countryside. Yohannes walks beside a pair of donkeys that are pulling a two-wheeled cart. They arrive at the agricultural town of Awassa where Yohannes opens the sides of the cart to display, not the usual vegetables or tools, but children’s books. This is the Donkey Mobile Library, the first of its kind in Ethiopia and one of only a few in the world. Yohannes was born in Ethiopia, North Africa, but trained to be a librarian in the USA and returned to Ethiopia years ago. The cart is full of picture books donated by American libraries, teachers and school children. Yohannes arranges small painted benches in the shade of the trees, and suddenly Ethiopian children come shouting and racing down every road and path. It’s mobile library day! They circle the bookshelves with great excitement. Until the Donkey Mobile Library began its regular two-monthly visits, many of these children had never seen a book. “Without books, education is very dull, like food without salt. You can survive but you can’t really come alive,” says Yohannes. Yohannes first worked in the children’s section of the main library in America. Surrounded by books he had never seen before, he realized how joyful and imaginative children’s literature is. He says, “I always thought of Ethiopia. But how could I bring children’s books to my home country when it had almost no libraries to keep the books in?” He contacted Jane Kurtz, a writer born in America but brought up in Ethiopia, and together they created the Donkey Mobile Library. The children say that the Library
has given them ideas about what they might do in the future. A child called Dareje wants to be a scientist and find a cure for life-threatening diseases. An eleven year-old girl, Fikerte, wants to do research about the moon and discover new facts about outer space. Tamrat, aged 10, comes every time. “What brings you back here time and time again?” the librarian asks him. “The stories,” Tamrat replies instantly. 24. How do the children feel when they see the Donkey Mobile Library? A. Curious. B. Surprised. C. Interested. D. Excited. .
25. We can conclude from the passage that
A. Ethiopian children have no idea about their future B. Yohannes and Kurtz share similar life experiences C. donkey carts in Awassa usually carry vegetables and tools D. most books in the Donkey Mobile Library were bought in America 26. According to the passage, the Donkey Mobile Library A. visits the countryside every day B. benefits Ethiopian children a lot C. was created by Yohannes himself D. was the first of its kind in the world 27. Where is the passage most likely to have been taken from? A. A news report. B. A book review. .
C. A historical story. D. An advertisement. C ChiChi weighs only 13 pounds. “He’s so tiny，I can carry him with one hand，” says Mary Lane.“Most people see him and think he’s useless.” But last October，ChiChi proved to be more than just a pretty face. Mary and her husband，Rick，were relaxing on the beach one afternoon while on vacation in North Carolina’s Outer Banks. As usual，ChiChi was lying on his blanket in his own little beach chair. “We had our noses buried in books，”recalls Rick，“when suddenly the dog became extremely uneasy. His bark was different from anything we had heard before. And he
would not let us ignore him.” ChiChi ran back and forth in front of his chair as if to run down the beach. The Lanes sat up to see two elderly women in the ocean，about 100 yards down the beach and 10 feet off shore. One was on her back，her head under the waves. The other was struggling hard to keep her friend’s head above the surface. The Lanes rushed across the sand and into the surf. Rick went to the woman in danger of drowning ， while Mary held fast on to the other one and pulled her up on the beach.“Then I went back to help Rick，” Mary says.“The sand dropped off steeply， and a riptide(激流)was beating the woman under. She was completely helpless.” Not getting well from recent knee surgery，the woman had been unable to turn over or push herself up.“Her friend had been in danger too，” Mary says.“The waves were pushing her around. There’s no way she could have held on much longer.” The women hadn’t called out for help. “They were struggling so hard that there was no time for screaming，” Mary recalls.“But ChiChi had sensed their danger.” Duty done，ChiChi was back in his chair，asleep，by the time the two women were on dry ground and the Lanes had returned to their blankets. Luckily，the women were fine，though shaken. They thanked the Lanes for saving their lives. Back home in Greensboro，North Carolina，the Lanes ordered a special collar with the words “Hero Dog” on it. 28. When the two women were struggling in the ocean，what were the Lanes doing? A. They were sleeping soundly. C. They were wiping their noses. B. They were absorbed in reading. D. They were bathing in the sun.
29. Why did ChiChi run back and forth in front of his chair? A. It sensed that a danger was upon them. the way. C. It was trying to draw its master’s attention. D. There was something wrong with its master. 30. Why couldn’t the woman get out of the water? A. She was bitten by a shark. B. Her friend didn’t offer help. B. It smelled there was a storm on
C. She was too weak to stay awake. D. There was something wrong with her knee. 31. What is the text mainly about? A. How ChiChi became a “Hero Dog” ． B. A pet dog was saved by two women. C. What is the best place to go on holiday? D. The Lanes helped two strangers out of trouble. D People used to think that wetlands were wasted land. Developers would drain them with ditches（水沟） ，fill them in with tons of soil，and build houses，schools， and parking areas on them. Then scientists began to realize the important role wetlands played in the environment. Wetlands act like giant sponges（海绵） during storms. They soak up extra storm water and afterward release it slowly back into the water cycle. This helps prevent flooding. Towns where people have drained wetlands have found that in a big storm， their streets and homes are often flooded because there are no wetlands to soak up the excess water. Wetlands also act as giant filters where pollutants are absorbed and dissolved over time. Though wetlands can become polluted from dumping，wastewater，and fertilizer run?off from farm fields，they are able to process some pollutants over time because of all the microorganisms and plants living there. Wetlands are especially important for providing homes and breeding grounds to millions of birds，fish，and amphibians worldwide. Many wetlands have become national wildlife refuges（避难所） ，where you can go to take pictures and look at birds and animals. The Everglades are a huge wetland that once covered more than four million acres of southern Florida. Sometimes called the “river of grass”，the Everglades are a shallow sheet of water that slowly flowed across a grassy plain. In the late 1800s people began draining parts of the Everglades for development. Roads were built and towns sprang up. The Everglades shrank to half its original size. Cities like Miami
grew up where once there was a thriving wetland. Sewage and waste from the cities were pumped into the remaining wetlands. Over time scientists began to see the importance of the Everglades. Even with its smaller size，the Everglades filtered the pollutants coming from the cities， absorbing the worst of it like a sewage treatment plant. During storms the Everglades protected the cities from storm surge flooding. They also are just a great place to visit and see wildlife. 32. The first paragraph is intended to tell us________. A. wasted land used to be wetlands B. people didn’t know the importance of wetlands before C. wetlands used to be left undisturbed D. wetlands can be used for building 33. Why can wetlands be compared to giant sponges? A. They absorb extra water from storms. B. They become large or small in size. C. They absorb pollutants and dissolve them. D. They are made of soft soil. 34. As for the importance of wetlands，how many aspects are mentioned in the passage? A. Two. B. Three. C. Four. D. Five.
35. The example of the Everglades is given in the last paragraph to show________. A. the threat to wetlands B. the protection of wetlands C. the development of wetlands D. the importance of wetlands E If you want to keep fit, please refer to the following: Move More Make it a daily to find ways to move your body. 36 Climb stairs instead
of taking the elevator. Walk your dog; play with your kids. It doesn’t have to be an hour in the gym or a 45-minute dance class. But that’s great when you’re up to it. At the same time, move more.
Quit Smoking Ever since 1960 when it was announced that smoking was harmful to health, Americans have been reducing their use of tobacco products. Just recently, we’ve seen more and more teens smoking. Could it be the Hollywood influence? care! Warn your children against smoking. 38 While recent studies show a glass of wine or one drink a day can help protect against heart disease, more than that can cause other health problems such as liver and kidney(肝肾) disease and cancer. Reduce Stress Easier said than done, stress comes in many ways. 39 Spend 30 minutes a day doing 37 Take
something you like such as walk on the beach or in a park, read a good book, visit a friend, listen to relaxing music, and watch a funny movie. Protect Yourself from Pollution If you can’t live in a smog-free environment, at least avoid smoke-filled rooms. 40 Exercise indoors in air conditioning when air quality is good.
A. Avoid Excessive Drinking B. There are many things you can do to move your arms and legs. C. Think carefully about what you will do. D. Exercise outside when the smog rating is low. E. It seems that the stars in every movie smoke cigarettes. F. Keep a Positive Mental Outlook G. Some techniques given by experts are to think positive thoughts. 第三部分 完型填空（共 20 小题，每小题 2 分，满分 40 分） I believe in my mother．My belief began when I was just a kid， becoming a doctor． My mother was a spent a lot more time 42 44 ．Through her work，she observed that than they did watch television ． She 43 45 people that my 41 I dreamed of
brother and I could only watch two to three pre － selected TV programs during the week．With our free time，we had to read two books each from the Detroit Public Library
written book reports to her．She would mark them up with check marks and 47 ． Years later we realized her marks were only
under － line the important a 48
．My mother was an illiterate（文盲） ．Although we had no money，between the 49 ．
covers of those books，I could go anywhere，do anything and be When I entered high school I was an A－student， 50
not for long．I wanted
the fancy clothes．I wanted to hang about with the guys．I went from being an A－ student then to a B－student then to a C－student，but I didn't night my mother came home from working her multiple jobs and I 51 52 ．I was cool．One about not having
enough Italian knit shirts．She said，“Okay，I will give you all the money I make this week by scrubbing floors and 53 bathrooms，and you can buy the family food
and pay the bills．With everything left over，you can have all that you want．”I was very 54 with that arrangement but 55 I got through allocating（分配）
money，there was nothing left．I realized my mother was a financial genius to be able to keep a 56 over our heads and any kind of food on the table，much less to buy 57 58 59 that immediate satisfaction wasn't going to get me intellectual preparation ． I went back to my studies and ， and eventually I fulfilled my dream and I became a
clothes ． I also anywhere ． Success became an A－ student （an） 60 ．
41. A. that 42. A. woman servant 43. A. healthy 44. A. searching 45. A. Ordered 46. A. hand in 47. A. titles 48. A. game 49. A. anybody 50. A. and 51. A. know 52. A. thought
B. which B. teacher B. successful B. reading B. insisted B. turn over B. magazines B. trick B. nobody B. so B. care B. chatted
C. when C. scientist C. powerful C. working C. suggested C. pick up C. books C. pleasure C. somebody C. but C. face C. complained
D. Who D. nurse D. clever D. training D. announced D. cut down D. parts D. task D. everybody D. or D. stop D. worried
53. A. repairing 54. A. encouraged 55. A. now that 56. A. wall 57. A. realized noticed 58. A. suited matched 59. A. even 60. A. professor
B. cleaning B. puzzled B. if B. house B. imagined
C. rubbing C. moved C. when C. window C. believed
D. watching D. pleased D. since D. roof D.
B. forever B. expert
C. before C. doctor
D. again D. boss
第四部分 语法填空 （共 10 小题，每小题 1.5 分，满分 15 分） 阅读下面材料，在空白处填入适当的内容（1 个单词）或括号内单词的正确形式。 Gandhi, an Indian national hero, was honored (61) ____ the father of the Indian nation. He has been respected and beloved by the Indians. He was born in India in 1869. Following the local custom, he got (62) ____（marry）at the age of 13. In 1888 he sailed to England, (63) _____ he studied law for three years and became a lawyer. On his return to India, he was sent to South Africa to work on a law case. In South Africa he was (64) _____ （surprise）to find that the problem of racial discrimination （种族歧视）was serious. There he formed an organization and started a magazine to fight (65) ______equal rights. Gandhi returned to India in 1915, (66) ______ India was controlled by the British. He led the Indians to fight for an end to the British rule and independence
for his country. In the political movement many Indians (67) _________(include) Gandhi were put in prison. (68) _______, the struggles never stopped. The British government had to give (69) ______and India won its independence in 1947. (70) ______（fortunate）Gandhi was shot by an Indian who opposed his views and died on January 30th, 1948. 第五部分 短文改错 （共 10 小题，每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） Last Sunday we went to see a AIDS patient in hospital. We bought her some flower
and fruit. She was glad to see us. Many people began to avoid see her after she was infected to HIV virus. A doctor told us that the HIV virus mustn’t be infected through daily communication and that those who suffering from AIDS shouldn’t be looked down. We had a talk with the woman and gave her some CDs as gifts. She was moved to tears and promise to be optimistic and confident in overcoming the disease. We promised to see her again before left. In my opinion, the world will become more beautiful if all of us love each other and help those in the trouble.
第六部分 书面表达 （满分 25 分） 最近你班以“学生做作业时是否应该在网上找答案？”为题做了一个调查。调查发现一些 学生赞成，但大多数学生反对这种做法。请你根据调查情况和下列表格中的要点提示用英语 写一篇短文。 赞成者 观点 解决难题 学习别人 节省时间 注意： 1. 词数：120-150 （开头已给出，不计入总词数） 2. 短文须包括所有要点，可适当发挥，使短文连贯、通顺。 Recently our class carried out a survey about whether we should search for the answers online. 反对者 是作弊行为 不利于能力提高 你自己 观点和理由
曲中高三英语 12 月题答案
【答案】 一、客观题 听力 1—5 ACACB 阅读 21—25AABDC 完型 41 ---45CABBD 二、主观题 语法填空 6-10 BBABA 26—30BABCD 11-15 BACAA 31—35ABABD 36—40BEAGD 56 –60 DABDC 16-20 BCBCC
46 ---50 ADBAC
【小题 61】as 【小题 62】married 【小题 63】where 【小题 64】surprised 【小题 65】for 【小题 66】when 【小题 67】including 【小题 68】However 【小题 69】in 【小题 70】unfortunately 改错 【小题 71】a—an 【小题 72】flower--flowers 【小题 73】see--seeing 【小题 74】to--with 【小题 75】mustn’t—couldn’t 【小题 76】去掉 who/加上 are 【小题 77】加上 upon 【小题 78】promise--promised
【小题 79】left--leaving 【小题 80】去掉 the
作文 Recently our class carried out a survey about whether we should search for the answers online. The opinions are divided. Those who are in favor of it give the following reasons. For one thing, online answers offer them help to solve difficult problems. For another thing, they can learn from others and gain more knowledge. Most importantly, they think it saves a lot of time. However, the majority of the students are against it. They strongly believe that it is an act of cheating. Also, searching answers online makes it impossible for students to develop their abilities. In my opinion, it is not a good idea to search answers online. When we meet with difficult questions, we should do some revision and use our head. Only after thinking carefully can we turn to the Internet for help.