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张家界市2009年高三三模英语试题

信息类型:高考模拟题 -- 按类型分类 -- 高三_三模 日期:2015-09-17
第I卷 (三部分,共115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(共5小题) 
  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。每段对话仅读一遍。 
1. Why is the woman moving? 
A. She needs a quieter place. B. The new apartment is cheaper. 
C. She likes to listen to the radio. 
2. What does the woman mean? 
A. Brenda has borrowed her car. B. She came with Brenda today. 
C. She parked her car in a safe place. 
3. What does the woman tell the man he must do? 
A. Read more than one article. B. Read the book more thoroughly. 
C. Write a better article for class. 
4. What's the woman going to do? 
A. Type some letters. B. Help the man. C. Talk to Mr.Miler. 
5. Who did the woman talk to? 
A. Phil and Carol. B. Carol and Paul. C. Paul and Phil. 
 
第二节(共15小题) 
  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。每段对话或独白读两遍。 
  听第6段材料,回答第6至7题。 
6. How much does the woman want to spend on the gift? 
A. $50. B. $15. C. $5. 
7. Which is the first gift the clerk suggests to the woman? 
A. A chess set. B. A pen and a pencil. C. Five dollars. 
听第7段材料,回答第8至10题。 
8. What's the relationship between the man and the woman? 
A. Father and daughter. B. Husband and wife. C. Employer and employee. 
9. Why is the woman talking to the man? 
A. Because she is asking for a month leave. 
B. Because she is telling the man she has to give up her job. 
C. Because she is telling the man she wants to get a rise. 
10. Where is the woman going to live after her wedding? 
A. In the US. B. In the UK. C. In France. 
 
听第8段材料,回答第11至13题。 
11. When are they going to meet? 
A. Wednesday morning. B. Friday. C. Wednesday evening. 
12. What is the probable job of the woman? 
A. She is a film star. B. She is a musician. C. She is a football player. 
13. What are they going to do? 
A. They are going to see a film. 
B. They are going to have dinner together. 
C. They are going to enjoy a concert. 
听第9段材料,回答第14至17题。 
14. What can you learn from the conversation? 
A. The man has got a well-paid job. 
B. The man is busy looking for a job. 
C. The man has found a teaching job in the university. 
15. Where does the woman work? 
A. In a bank. B. In a hotel. C. In a restaurant. 
16. What will the man probably do tomorrow? 
A. Help the woman with her work. B. Meet the woman's head. 
C. Invite the woman for lunch. 
17. What suggestion does the woman make? 
A. Leaving half an hour for preparation before work. 
B. Refusing the customers' unreasonable requests. 
C. Never pulling a long face in front of the boss. 
听第10段材料,回答第18至20题。 
 
Something about the newcomers 
 
They will 18.______________________ on Friday morning. 
 
Time for leaving the city: 19.________________________ 
 
Reason for coming to London: To improve 20.________________________ skills.    
   
第二部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分45分) 
第一节 单项填空(共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分) 
  从每小题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。 
21. - Why don't you take a taxi there? It'll save you a lot of time. 
- _________. 
A. Thank you anyway! B. Yes, let's. 
C. Good idea! D. That's all right. 
22. Most experts predict that all these changes will lead to a strong and powerful China, ________ that can surprise the whole world.   
A. what   B. one   C. the one   D. which 
23. _________, my tears couldn't help raining down my cheeks. 
  A. Hearing the touching news B. Having heard the touching news 
C. After I heard the touching news D. I had heard the touching news 
24. For some people, traveling abroad is the thing they enjoy most in life; for others, _______, cultural differences make them feel uncomfortable. 
A. though B. even worse C. what's more D. fortunately 
25. All the information we have collected in relation to that case ________ very little. 
A. makes up for B. comes up with C. put up with D. adds up to 
26. As is known to us all, failure usually ________ laziness while diligence can ________ success. 
A. results from; lie in B. results in; result from 
C. leads to; lie in D. results from; result in 
27. ________ X-rays were first discovered by _______ German scientist, Wilhelm K. Rontgen, in 1895, almost by ________ accident. 
A. The, the, / B. The, a, an C. /, a, / D. /, the, the 
28. Most of the students near _________ Arthur was sitting appeared to be taking notes. So Arthur pretended to do the same. 
A. which B. that C. whom D. where 
29. - Why was he unhappy yesterday? 
- A letter from home ________ an attack of homesickness.   
A. set off   B. set out   C. set about   D. set up 
30. It's vital that the plan _______ as scheduled to improve the quality of the products. 
A. should be carrying out B. should be carried out 
C. carry out D. carried out 
31. In no country ________ Britain, as has been mentioned, ________ experience the dramatic changes of temperature.   
  A. other than, one can   B. besides, one can   
C. rather than, can one   D. other than, can one 
32. The crazy fans ________ patiently for two hours, and they would wait till the movie star arrived. 
A. were waiting B. had been waiting C. had waited D. would wait 
33. You may ________ the textbook if you don't know the answer to the question. 
A. refer to B. deal with C. go through D. look up 
34. Tom is a lazy student, one of ________ bad study habit is to leave for tomorrow _________ ought to be done today. 
A. has; something B. whose; what C. whom; what D. his; that 
35. - Mary looks excited and happy. 
- ________ if you won the first prize. 
A. So will you B. So do you C. So would you D. So did you 
第二节 完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分) 
  阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从36~55各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项。 
Catch of a Lifetime 
  He was 11 years old and often went fishing in a lake. On the day 36 the bass (鱸魚) season opened, he and his father were fishing early in the evening, 37 sunfish. Then he practiced casting. When his pole 38 , he knew something huge was 39 . His father watched 40 as the boy skillfully worked the fish alongside the dock. 41 , he very carefully lifted the 42 fish from the water. It was the largest one he had ever seen, 43 it was a bass. The father lit a match and looked at 44 . It was 10 P.M. --- two hours before the season opened. He looked at the fish, then at the boy. 
  "You'll have to 45 , son," he said. 
  "Dad!" cried the boy. 
  "There will be other fish," said his father. 
  "Not as big as this one," cried the boy. 
   46 no one had seen them, nor could anyone ever know what time he caught the fish, the boy could 47 by his father's firm voice that the decision was 48 . He obeyed and lowered it into the black 49 . The boy suspected that he would 50 again see such a great fish. 
  That was 34 years ago. Today, the boy is a successful architect. And he was 51 . He has never again landed such a magnificent fish as the one he 52 that night long ago. But he does see the same fish --- again and again --- 53 he comes up against a question of ethics (道德规范). 
  For, as his father taught him, ethics are simple matters of right and wrong. It is only the 54 of ethics that is difficult. Do we do 55 when no one is looking? 
36. A. until B. when C. after D. before 
37. A. providing B. catching C. feeding D. supplying 
38. A. broke down B. broke up C. turned over D. doubled over 
39. A. on the other end B. in the dark C. in the deep water D. on the other bank 
40. A. with anxiety B. in surprise C. with admiration D. with anger 
41. A. Finally B. Unfortunately C. Actually D. Accordingly 
42. A. active B. discouraged C. energetic D. exhausted 
43. A. and B. but C. however D. yet 
44. A. his watch B. the bass C. the sunfish D. the boy 
45. A. bring it home B. put it aside C. put it back D. pick it up 
46. A. Even though B. Now that C. Ever since D. In case 
47. A. say B. tell C. speak D. talk 
48. A. passed B. changed C. fixed D. refused 
49. A. container B. sea C. water D. river 
50. A. ever B. once C. then D. never 
51. A. wrong B. right C. satisfactory D. pleased 
52. A. caught B. saw C. cast D. threw 
53. A. no time B. one time C. a time D. every time 
54. A. standard B. concept C. practice D. idea 
55. A. wrong B. right C. harm D. good 
第三部分 阅读理解(共15小题;每小题2分,满分30分) 
第一节 选择题(共17小题,每小题2分,满分34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,并将此选项转填在答卷上。 
  A. 
The world economy is uncertain, and for many people job hunting has become a lifestyle. With takeovers, bankruptcies and new government legislation, you could be unemployed overnight - even if you own the company! 
Make it a priority to let your network of personal friends, and business acquaintances know where you are and what you're doing at all times, especially when you change jobs or addresses. Announce change even if it's an inter- company move. 
Once you land a job, you get busy packing, moving, tying up loose ends, and taking on the duties of the new assignment, but that's a mistake. Remember, your first duty is to you career. This doesn't mean your new assignment isn't important. It means your friendship and personal future are equally important. 
The quickest way to handle the thank-you task is to give your letter and mailing list to a secretarial service. Let then type and address the letters; you sign them. This requires very little time and energy, probably less than two hours. Believe me, it's time well spent, and you can enclose your new business card. E-mail is also effective, but it's less personal. As readers are bombarded by e-mails, paper letters are becoming more attention-getting and memorable. 
The "Announce New Job" letter is a good model. It's a combination newsletter, change of address, and thank-you, all in one - and it's limited to one page. 
The best time to find a new job is when you don't need one, and the best time to cultivate business relationships is when everything is going smoothly. 
56. The main purpose for the writer to write this passage is __________. 
A. to analyze the reason for frequent job-hun tings 
B. to tell us how to get used to our new jobs as soon as possible 
C. to remind us to keep in touch with our friends and business partners at all times 
D. to advise us on how to find a suitable job 
57. If you want to inform your friends or business partners of your current job and address, you'd better ________. 
A. make phones to them one by one 
B. send e-mails to them 
C. write paper letters by yourself to them one by one 
D. ask someone else to type the "Announce New Job" letters and you sign them 
58. It can be inferred from the passage that________. 
A. as long as you do well in your job, you won't lose your job 
B. you are not supposed to find a new job if you have a high-paying job now 
C. you should try to find some other jobs which fit you even you're quite satisfied with your current job 
D. you should find as many jobs as you can 
59. When you write the "Announce New Job" letters, you should not _______. 
A. spend too much time 
B. enclose your business card 
C. write only one page 
D. express thanks to your friends 
  B. 
  Everyone has heard Forrest Gump's famous line, "Life is like a box of chocolates." The truth for innkeepers (旅馆主人) is, "Life is like a string of surprises." 
  As my husband was no longer interested in cleaning toilets, we decided it might be better for him to become an "ex-husband." As a single woman, I attended many social gatherings as well as frequenting several local night clubs. 
  At one such gathering, I met Mr Brown, a nice gentleman who wrote and took pictures for National Geographic. We discussed our professional backgrounds and he said he might need lodgings for three days in the near future. Naturally, I did everything possible to 'close the sale.' 
  Some time later, he checked in for a three-day stay. On the second day of his stay, my Irish Setter had a stroke. The guest offered to help me load my pet into the car and accompany me to the office of the vet. Once at the vet's, it became clear the best course of action was to put my pet to sleep. This lovely man held my hand and comforted me while my dog was euthanized (安乐死). After his stay, he checked out and I thought we'd probably never cross paths again. 
  Several weeks passed, and I was reading the local newspaper when I saw his picture there. I was excited to see his photo and sat down to read the article with expectation. 
  The article explained how my former guest had been rounded up in a dragnet (搜索网) several blocks away by the FBI and local authorities. The crime? He had escaped from a prison several states away where he was serving time for several bank robberies! 
  Would I host this person again? In a heartbeat! 
60. The story mainly shows us _______________.    
  A. how a crime happened in the inn of the author    
  B. what a surprising experience the author had    
  C. in what way the author fell in love with a gentleman    
  D. how the author understood Forrest Gump's famous line through her own experience. 
61.The author often went to the nightclubs because ____________.    
  A. She didn't want to do the housework     
  B. It might help with her business    
  C. She was enjoying her life as a single woman    
  D. She expected to meet her next husband    
62. Mr Brown was indeed ____________.    
  A. a writer and photographer     B. working for the FBI    
  C. a dangerous criminal      D. the author's new boyfriend  
63. The author was excited to see Mr Brown's picture on the newspaper because __________. 
  A. she was interested in him      
  B. she knew where he was at last    
  C. she appreciated his article and photos  
  D. she could contact him through the information 
  C. 
  Tell a story and tell it well, and you may open wide the eyes of a child, open up lines of communication in a business, or even open people's mind to another culture or race. 
  People in many places are digging up the old folk stories and the messages in them. For example, most American storytellers get their tales from a wide variety of sources, cultures, and times. They regard storytelling not only as a useful tool in child education, but also as a meaningful activity that helps adults understand themselves as well as those whose culture may be very different from their own. 
  " Most local stories are based on a larger theme," American storyteller Opalanga Pugh says, " Cinderella(灰姑娘), or the central idea of a good child protected by her goodness, appears in various forms in almost every culture of the world." 
  Working with students in schools, Pugh helps them understand their own cultures and the general messages of the stories. She works with prisoner too, helping them knowing who they are by telling stories that her listeners can write, direct, and act in their own lives. If they don't like the story they are living, they can rewrite the story. Pugh also works to help open up lines of communication between managers and workers. "For every advance in business," she says, "there is a greater need for communication." Storytelling can have a great effect on either side of the manager-worker relationship, she says. 
  Pugh spent several years in Nigeria, where she learned how closely storytelling was linked to the everyday life of the people there. The benefits of storytelling are found everywhere, she says. 
  "I learned how people used stories to spread their culture," she says, "What I do is to focus on the value of the stories that people can translate into their own daily world of affairs. We are all storytellers. We all have a story to tell. We tell everybody's story." 
64. What do we learn about American storyteller from Paragraph 2? 
A. They share the same way of storytelling. 
B. They prefer to tell the stories from other cultures. 
C. They learn their stories from the American natives. 
D. They find storytelling useful for both children and adults. 
65. The underlined sentence (Paragraph 4) suggests that prisoners can _____. 
A. start a new life B. settle down in another place 
C. direct films D. become good actors 
66. Pugh has practised storytelling with _____ groups of people. 
A. 2 B. 3 C. 4 D. 5 
67. What is the main idea of the text? 
A. Storytelling can influence the way people think. 
B. Storytelling is vital to the growth of business. 
C. Storytelling is the best way to educate children in school. 
D. Storytelling helps people understand themselves and others. 
   
  D. 
Twenty-four cities around the world will fall into shadow next month as homes and businesses turn off the lights to raise awareness about global warming, organizers said Tuesday. 
The "Earth Hour" initiative(自发行动) started in Australia's biggest city Sydney last year when an estimated 2.2 million people flicked the switch- leaving the Sydney Opera House bathed in moonlight and the Harbor Bridge blacked out. 
Organizer Andy Ridley said Sydney's 60 minutes of darkness generated huge interest around the world and 23other cities from the Asia Pacific, North America, Europe and the Middle East had now signed up to be part of the 2008 event. 
The eight latest cities to join "Earth Hour" are Atlanta, San Francisco and Phoenix in the US; Thailand's capital Bangkok; Ottawa, Vancouver and Montreal in Canada and Dublin in Ireland. 
They join Australian cities Sydney, Perth, Melbourne, Canberra, Brisbane, Adelaide; Denmark's Copenhagen, Aarhus, Aalborg and Odense; the Philioppine capital Manila, Fiji's biggest city Suva, Christchurch in New Zealand; Chicago; Tel Aviv and Toronto. 
Ridley said he expected the "Earth Hour" concept, which is managed by the conservation group WWF, to extend beyond the borders of these countries on the scheduled start time of 8:00 pm local time on Saturday March 29. 
"I think it already has become much bigger," he said. "The idea was that anyone could do it, whether they were in a small village in France or a city like Sydney." 
Ridley said the Sydney event, in which residents were asked to switch off lights and appliances for one hour, had raided awareness about the problem of global warming while reducing greenhouse gas emissions by conserving energy. 
"I know that on the night we thought we might be able to cut energy use in the city by five percent but it ended up being 10.1 percent," he said. 
He said he hoped Earth Hour provided a "very big visual message" to politicians that climate change must be addressed quickly. 
"The problem is massive but we do make a difference when we all take action," he said. 
68. Which of the following is the best title of the passage? 
A. Turning off the lights for one hour 
B. The "Earth Hour" throughout the world 
C. 24 world cities joined in the "Earth Hour" 
D. Sydney's black-out effect in the world 
69. What is the purpose of the "Earth Hour" activity? 
A. To reduce the greenhouse gas emissions. 
B. To conserve energy. 
C. To change the climate. 
D. To draw people's attention to the global warming. 
70. What does the underlined word "flick" in paragraph 2 mean? 
A. move quickly B. turn off 
C. switch on D. hit quickly 
71. Which city doesn't join the black-out organization? 
A. Manchester. B. Bangkok. 
C. Montreal. D. Brisbane. 
72. What can we learn from the passage? 
A. The "Earth Hour" initiative first began in the capital of Australia. 
B. All the countries in the world become interested in the black-out activity. 
C. The black-out activity has already caught politician's attention to the climate change. 
D. The black-out activity will have a great effect on climate change. 
 
第二节 简答题(共3小题,每小题2分,满分6分) 
  阅读短文,根据各小题的具体要求,简要回答问题。 
Apart from being an enjoyable escape, though, is there any real reason to seek out the silliness of our youth? I mean, we've got families and jobs and laundry to do. Must we really make time for this nonsense? The answer is yes. There are benefits obvious to anyone who regularly reads newspaper reports of studies confirming that happy people are healthier. For example, a Duke University Medical Center study found, after following heart patients for 11 years, that those who had reported happiness, optimism, and joy were 20 percent more likely to be alive than those who had frequently reported more negative feelings. So, certainly, reintegrating (使重新统一) joy into your life can be good for your health. 
But Dr.Hallowell suggests the psychological benefits are even more critical. Behaving "childishly" is not only invigorating, it also reminds you how little you need to be happy. "Someone once said happiness is not having what you want, it's wanting what you have," he says. "Kids are good at this. They can show us that all you need is to be alive to find all kinds of excitement." 
And even more glorious, reexperiencing childhood joys can help light our dreams again. Sadly, as our responsibilities grow, most of us lose a bit of the fire of our childhood, that credible flame that allowed us to imagine doing great and exciting things. "There's no reason adults have to lose that," says Dr. Hallowell, who suggests that a visit to childhood activities can help revive (使复活) it. "Maybe you need to go back in your mind, or even physically go to the street you played on or the house you lived in, to get that fire started again." 
 
73. Find in the passage a word closest in meaning to the underlined word "invigorating" 
 
  ____________________________________________________________________ 
74. What's the main purpose of the passage? (回答词数不超过10个) 
 
---------------------------------- 
75.Why did the author mention childhood joys in the passage? (回答词数不超过8个) 
 
  ___________________________________________________________________ 
 
 
第II卷 (共35分) 
第四部分:书面表达(共两节,满分35分) 
第一节:填空(共10小题上,每小题1分,满分10分) 
  阅读短文,根据所读内容在文后76-85 的空格里填上适当的单词或短语,并将答案转写到表格下的相应位置上。注意每空不超过3个单词 
Adjusting to the new culture and becoming comfortable in it take time. Kalvero Ober, a researcher, has found that most people go through similar stages of cultural adjustment although the stages may be longer or shorter for different people. These stages are called the "Honeymoon Period", "Culture Shock", "Initial Adjustment", "Mental Isolation", and "Acceptance and Integration". Each stage has certain characteristics. 
In the first stage, the newcomers enjoy the new culture. All the new experiences are exciting for them. In the second stage, they begin to feel homesick and suffer other problems of cultural adjustment. They feel lonely or sad. Everyday life seems filled with problems. Simple activities like making a phone call, paying a bill, traveling to work or school, or shopping seem filled with problems. The newcomers feel completely exhausted. They are too tired to think or even do anything. 
In the third stage, the newcomer begins to adjust and life seems easier. In the fourth stage, the newcomer realizes that he still misses his own culture, especially his family and friends. He may not yet be able to communicate easily in the new culture. Feelings of isolation and loneliness return. The newcomer may feel like an island, unconnected to the people and culture around him. 
In the final stage, the newcomer accepts the difficulties and problems of everyday life. He accepts the culture and the people around him and establishes a daily routine. Then he finds that he has adjusted to his new life and enjoys his new friends and life. 
 
Life in 76.______________________  Stages of 77.____________ The newcomer's feelings and their reactions  Honeymoon Period Excitement or being excited 
 
Cultural Shock 
 
Problems of cultural adjustment Homesickness 78._________ Problems with their 79._________ 80._________________ Starting to adjust and feeling his life easier 
  
Mental isolation Missing his own culture: his 81.______ Still having trouble communicating in the new culture Feeling isolated and lonely 82.______ 
 
Acceptance and Integration Accepting the difficulties and problems of 83.__________ Accepting the culture and the 84._____ 85._________ to enjoy his new friends and life 
第二节 写作(满分25分) 
请参考下面一段材料,写一篇英语短文。 
改革开放以来,农民大量涌入城市,越来越多的儿童远离父母,据初步统计,2008年中国"留守儿童"已达5800万。椐《湖南农村留守儿童调查报告》显示,"缺失父母"对农村"留守儿童"的成长带来巨大困惑,从而导致其情感孤寂﹑道德教育缺失﹑学习积极性不高﹑心理不健全以及人身安全度不高等问题。调查结论昭示我们:必须高度关注五千多万农村"留守儿童"。 
注意:1. 词数:120左右。文章的开头已给出,不计如总词数。 
2. 不要逐句翻译材料,内容可适当发挥,行文要连贯。 
3. 参考词汇:缺失父母 absentee parents 
 
Don't leave kids behind 
According to incomplete statistics, there are more than 58million rural children throughout the country, who are left at home with relatives while their parents work in urban areas. 
 
 
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