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高三英语模拟试题

英语

【本试卷分为第Ⅰ卷和第Ⅱ卷两部分,满分150分。考试用时120分钟。】

第Ⅰ卷(共105分)

第一部分听力(共两节,满分30分)

第一节(共5小题;每小题1.5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 will the weather be like tomorrow according to the weather forecast?

A. It will rain.

B. It will be sunny.

C. It will be windy.

2. What happened to the woman?s boss?

A. A heart disease.

B. A car accident.

C. A kidnap.

3. What is the attitude of the woman to the man?s action?

A. Dislike.

B. Praise.

C. We don?t know.

4. Where are the fruits from?

A. Singapore.

B. Some tropical countries.

C. America.

5. What is Lily doing now according to the woman?

A. Watching TV.

B. Having a sleep.

C. Do shopping.

第二节(共15小题;每小题1.5分,满分22.5分)

听下面5段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各个小题,每小题5秒钟;听完后,各小题给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。听第6段对话,回答第6至8题。

6. How did the woman go to work this morning?

A. By car.

B. By bus.

C. By train.

7. What is the woman?s brother?

A. A clothing designer.

B. A building designer.

C. A software programmer.

8. Whether does the woman?s brother have job now?

A. Yes, he has a new one.

B. No, he is out of job.

C. We don?t know.

听第7段材料,回答第9至11题。

9. What was the man late for because of the jam?

A. A wedding.

B. A party.

C. A meeting.

10. How does the woman advise the man to go to work?

A. By bus.

B. By car.

C. On foot.

11. Who should be to blame for the man?s being late according to the woman?

A. The man himself.

B. The man?s car.

C. The woman.

听第8段材料,回答第12至14题。

12. Which continent?s unemployment are the two speakers talking about?

A. Africa.

B. Europe.

C. Asia.

13. What is the unemployment rate in 2009?

A. 4.8 percent.

B. 5.1 percent.

C. 7.1 percent.

14. What does the man want to be?

A. A teacher.

B. A doctor.

C. A lawyer.

听第9段材料,回答第15至17题。

15. What did the man have in the supper?

A. Hot dog.

B. Pizza.

C. Hamburger.

16. What is wrong with the man?

A. Stomachache.

B. Headache.

C. Toothache.

17. What was added to milk according to the report?

A. Sugar.

B. A kind of chemical.

C. Medicine.

听第10段材料,回答第18至20题。

18. Why millions of Britain women buy under-size clothes?

A. To lose weight.

B. To save money.

C. To give others as a gift.

19. How many dresses, skirts, blouses and trousers are hanging lazily in Britain?

A. About 24 million.

B. About 25 million.

C. About 24 billion.

20. Who are the biggest women buyers to buy small clothes?

A. Irish.

B. Scots.

C. Englishwomen.

第二部分英语知识运用(共两节,满分35分)

第一节语法和词汇知识(共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分)

从A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

21. My mother holds the belief that _______ education can make ____ difference to one?s future.

A. the; /

B. the; a

C. /;/

D. /; a

22. Peter tried to keep calm before the boss, but the sweat on his forehead ______him _____.

A. gave; up

B. gave; away

C. gave; out

D. gave; in

23. _____ made us proud was that our team had chalked up its fifth win in a row.

A. What

B. That

C. It

D. As

24. _____ animals for many years, I am still moved by the love shown by the two birds.

A. Studying

B. To study

C. Studied

D. Having studied

25. — The government should encourage more people to use public transport.

—_______. It will reduce air pollution.

A. It?s hard to say

B. That?s a good point

C. It?s up to you

D. That?s all right

26. This energy-saving lamp has been in great ____ over the years because of its durable service.

A. quantity

B. production

C. demand

D. sight

27. It is obvious to the students _____ they should work hard to get prepared for their future.

A. whether

B. which

C. that

D. what

28. When ______ with the size of the universe, our earth is a drop in the ocean.

A. comparing

B. to compare

C. compared

D. to be compared

29. The company is known to all the people by _______ charity work.

A. confirming

B. involving

C. supporting

D. providing

30. My sister met Mr. Li in the library yesterday afternoon, so he ________ your talk.

A. shouldn?t attend

B. shouldn?t have attended

C. couldn?t attend

D. couldn?t have attended

31. About 5:00 every afternoon, Mr. Green_______ his position at the crossroads and helped the children cross the street.

A. made up

B. took up

C. set up

D. looked up

32. —Look! Somebody _______the car.

—Well, it wasn?t me. Perhaps Lily did it.

A. is cleaning

B. will clean

C. has cleaned

D. had cleaned

33. — I made it at last. I am on top of the world!

— __________

A. Don?t fall down!

B. Oh, really?

C. So far, so good.

D. Congratulations.

34. The way _____ he solved the problem was different from _____ he was used to.

A. that; that

B. in which; which

C. in what; what

D. in which; what

35. — Look at those black clouds!

—Don?t worry. ___________ it rains, we?ll still have a great time.

A. Even if

B. As though

C. As soon as

D. In case

第二节完形填空(共20小题;每小题1分,满分20分)

阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并从答题卡上将该选项涂黑。

We can solve even our most difficult problems if we work together.

Some of the greatest problems we face today are__36___ with the gradual destruction of

our _37___ through over-use and abuse(滥用)of our resources. So my family do what we can. We take cloth bags to the store instead of using plastic ones. We __38____ where we don?t have to drive. But does it_39____ any good? When I am the only one in line at the store with cloth bags, am I doing any good? Does my walking to the store make any real difference to the world?

I recently learned something about flamingos(火烈鸟),which fly in huge groups. Every year, when the time comes for migration(迁徙),a few flamingos start the process by __40____ off from the lake. But __41___ of the others seem to notice, so the ___42___ group comes back. __43___, the next day they __44____ again. This time a few more struggle along with them, but the vast majority __45___ pay no attention, so these pioneers __46____. The trend continues for several more days. Every time a few more birds __47____ in. Then one day something changes. The same small group of birds once again has a try and a few more join in, just as before. And this time their total number, __48___ still quite small, is enough to migrate. As one, the whole flock takes flight and the migration__49___. What a spectacular(壮观的) _50___ it must be—thousands of flamingos taking to the sky at once!

Working together can make a(an) __51___. It?s true that all of the great problems of the world have been solved because of the __52__ efforts of a few. If you believe in something, don?t give__53___! Others will someday take__54___ and together we will __55____ even our greatest problems.

36. A. charged B. concerned C. dealt D. disappointed

37. A. time B. emotion C. environment D. fame

38. A. walk B. live C. leave D. lie

39. A. sound B. do C. taste D. appear

40. A. keeping B. giving C. getting D. taking

41. A. any B. neither C. none D. each

42. A. tiny B. strange C. huge D. famous

43. A. Therefore B. However C. Otherwise D. Besides

44. A. regret B. disappear C. try D. change

45. A. even B. also C. ever D. still

46. A. start B. try C. die D. return

47. A. join B. fill C. believe D. drop

48. A. if B. as C. though D. when

49. A. works B. begins C. turns D. lasts

50. A. sight B. thought C. performance D. decision

51. A. effort B. choice C. living D. difference

52. A. powerful B. useless C. continuous D. intelligent

53. A. up B. off C. out D. back

54. A. place B. care C. wing D. notice

55. A. face B. solve C. fear D. value

第三部分阅读理解(共20小题;每小题2分,满分40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,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

A

Ron L. Clark, Jr. (born 1972) is an American teacher who has helped the disadvantages students in a lonely area in the countryside in North Carolina and Harlem, New York City. He is also known for his three books o teaching children in middle schools.

Clark was educated at East Carolina University through the North Carolina Teaching Fellows program and accepted a job in Aurora, North Carolina upon graduation in 1994. Four years later he departed for Harlem to take a job teaching in a primary school.

Clark?s first year spent in Harlem was the focus of a 2006 made-for-TV movie, The Ron Clark Story (also known as The Triumph in Australia, the UK and the Philippines), starring Matthew Perry. Clark is known for his ability to raise test scores by using unique teaching methods that contain innovation(创新), creativity and 55 classroom rules. He has appeared on many national TV shows, including two appearances on The Oprah Winfrey Show(奥普拉温弗里脱口秀), where Ms. Winfrey named him as the first “Phenomenal Teacher”. Oprah Winfrey gave $365,000 to Ron Clark, for the Ron Clark Academy, for his profound(意义深远的) dedication to teaching.

The Ron Clark Academy, a private non-profit school, was set up in an old red brick warehouse which is in southeast Atlanta, Georgia, where he taught the students who were from low-wealth families. Clark had planned to build the school for ten years before the construction began. Along with the earnings of his two books The Essential 55 and The Excellent 11, Clark raised additional funding for the project which eventually cost over $3.5 million. Each classroom provides students with technology such as notebook computers, interactive whiteboards, digital cameras, projectors(放映机), and audio video equipment. In addition to these, the school provides students with a recording studio, a two-story library, a fitness center and a dance hall, gives students opportunities for international travel and offers training workshops for them to practice.

56. What can we learn about Ron L. Clark, Jr.?

A. He is very famous for his novels.

B. He helped the rural students in trouble.

C. He began teaching when he was 26.

D. He first worked as a program host.

57. The movie, The Ron Clark Story is mainly about _____.

A. Ron Clark?s childhood and his life

B. how Ron Clark became a teacher

C. how Ron Clark set up a private school

D. the first year when Clark taught in Harlem

58. What can we learn about Oprah Winfrey?

A. She supported Clark in running the school.

B. She is a very famous film star in the US.

C. She is an official of the state government.

D. She thought highly of Ron Clark?s books.

59. We can infer from the passage that _____.

A. Matthew Perry directed the movie The Ron Clark Story

B. Ron Clark?s private school only admitted wealthy students

C. Ron Clark?s teaching methods made a difference to students

D. the teaching conditions of Ron Clark?s private school are poor

60. Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage?

A. Clark went to Harlem as soon as he graduated from college.

B. Clark seldom appeared on TV shows except Winfrey?s show.

C. Clark?s school provides technological-equipped classrooms.

D. The Ron Clark Academy has been running for ten years.

B

If researchers want to know what happened on a particular day, they often look at newspapers published on that day. But what would happen if newspapers were to stop publishing? Future researchers would likely turn to the Web.

The website http://www.wendangku.net/doc/fe23f085fd0a79563d1e721b.html has for years saved websites from the past. But it only does this once a day for news websites, and even less often for other websites. Twenty-nine-year-old reporter Ben Welsh decided to create a site similar to http://www.wendangku.net/doc/fe23f085fd0a79563d1e721b.html. But he wanted to archive only news websites. And, he wanted to save their homepages(主页) more often.

高三英语模拟试题

Mr. Welsh created http://www.wendangku.net/doc/fe23f085fd0a79563d1e721b.html. The website saves the

homepage of seventy news websites from around the world once

an hour. He says, “This plan of what I call …harvesting? is important

in today? s quickly-changing news environment, because over the

course of a day, a news story can develop quite a bit. Nothing like

http://www.wendangku.net/doc/fe23f085fd0a79563d1e721b.html has ever been done.”

Ben Welsh spent about sixty dollars a month on storage space for http://www.wendangku.net/doc/fe23f085fd0a79563d1e721b.html. He feared the cost would increase beyond what he could afford, so he asked people for help through the website Kickstarter. Thousands of Americans use the website to seek money to pay for their

projects. Two days after Ben Welsh made his request, http://www.wendangku.net/doc/fe23f085fd0a79563d1e721b.html had received promises for half of the five thousand dollars that he had asked for. Within about a week, he had gotten all of it and more. He says, “I will use the money to expand his website. Then my hope is on top of that to build some features specifically aimed at media researchers and media critics so that they'll be able to more easily access data like this to do an analysis of media coverage(报道).”

Stephanie Bluestein, a professor, believes http://www.wendangku.net/doc/fe23f085fd0a79563d1e721b.html will turn out to be a valuable resource. She says, “Now you could go back and look hour by hour and see how the headline changed”

61. Mr. Welsh created http://www.wendangku.net/doc/fe23f085fd0a79563d1e721b.html to ______.

A. compete with similar websites

B. record how news stories develop

C. obtain more information from news websites

D. save homepages of news websites more frequently

62. Why does http://www.wendangku.net/doc/fe23f085fd0a79563d1e721b.html save homepages of news websites once an hour?

A. Because information changes rapidly in the modern times.

B. Because there are over 300 news websites that need to be saved.

C. Because the websites can make all the news websites to be public.

D. Because saving homepages of news websites may make money.

63. Mr. Welsh sought help through the website Kickstarter to _______.

A. help more people save headlines

B. make more money from http://www.wendangku.net/doc/fe23f085fd0a79563d1e721b.html

C. help access data and do an analysis of media coverage

D. raise money to pay for the increasing cost of storage space

64. What does the underlined word “it” in Paragraph 4 refer to?

A. Hope

B. Information

C. Money

D. Faith

65. What?s the best title for the passage?

A. Websites computers with newspapers.

B. Websites saves its headlines in the past.

C. Websites saves today?s headlines for the future.

D. Websites saves more headlines than newspapers.

C

“The Book That Can?t Wait” seeks to strengthen bonds between first-time writers and their readers by getting their books read quickly.

Argentinean independent publishers Eterna Cadencia are publishing an anthology of new Latin authors using special ink that disappears once it comes in contact with sun and air, completely disappearing within 2 months time after opening the book. This makes for an interesting approach to motivate book buyers to read books more promptly, giving first-time authors the attention they need to survive.

Books are very patient objects. We buy them, and then they wait for us to read them day by day, even year by year. That?s OK for books, but not for new authors. If people don?t rea d their first books, they'll never make it to a second.

That's why Eterna Cadencia, an independent publisher and book store, decide to create something different to launch their new authors into the market. The books can't wait. How's that? We developed the unique kind of ink, an ink that starts to disappear when it comes in contact with light and air. Then we printed an anthology of the best new American Latin author, using this ink, to create a new kind of book, a book that lasts only two months once you open it.

We presented "The book can't wait" for the critics and the press. The invention is a success. Hundreds of people came to the bookstore to pick up their book. We gave away the entire first edition. The very same it was released. We received thousands of requests for the book.

Those are the best results. This time we had the guarantee that our new authors were read. Then when to use the book as a platform for other different titles, because there're a lot of literatures out there that doesn't deserve to wait on the shelf. And ours won't wait at all.

66. The main purpose of the passage is to ________.

A. advise

B. persuade

C. comment

D. introduce

67. “The Book Can?t Wait” means that __________.

A. “The Book” will disappear.

B. “The Book” will wait nobody.

C. You cannot get the book.

D. The words in “The Book” will disappear in a certain time.

68. The underlined were “launch” in the 4th paragraph refers to _____.

A. send something into the air or into space

B. makes it available to the public

C. fetch something

D. start an activity

69. Eterna Cadencia?s attitude to “The Book” is ___________.

A. cautious

B. positive

C. critical

D. doubtful

70. What?s the best title of the passage?

A. The more you read, the greater progress you?ll make

B. The bonds between first-time writers and their readers

C. The Book That Can?t Wait

D. Eterna?s success

D

Mother Nature can be fierce. Some of the greatest power she uses comes in the form of sandstorms. They can be found across the globe, and much like tornadoes, little of which is known. Sand and dust storms can be deadly with their suffocating winds full of sand. Many people lost their lives in the storms because of the bad air.

A terrible thing about sand and dust storms is that they hardly ever give any warning. Their turning can be seen only after it has formed a dust whirl(旋转). They are much worse than a thunderstorm. Sandstorms produce tornadoes called sand whirls. They take every corner they find. If you can get out of the path, do so.

Sandstorms come quickly, leaving valley-like beaches in their way that can cover an entire house. If you have to stay where you are, get ready. Close tightly all windows and doors and then cover them with plastic cloth or curtains which have to be nailed(钉) to the walls. That will help keep the small sand from your throat and lungs. Cover all the holes that lead to the outside. In fact, a basement is not the best place, as the clouds of dust will sink through the floors. Cover your entire face and eyes if possible. Towels will work in danger, as well as rolled-up shirts and jackets.

Hunker(蹲) down in an airtight area, such as boxes, containers or rooms, that is in no danger of being opened b the fierce winds. If nothing else is available, lie down on a piece of plastic cloth or something made up of an airtight material and then roll yourself up in it. The smallest crack(裂缝)on the surface of them will let in more sand and dust than your lungs can stand for any length of time and those forces of nature usually hang around for hours, covering everything.

Breathing through wet cloth, like in a fire situation, will also help once the clouds of dust are beginning to come in. The wet cloth stops the dust and provides a little bit of water in a difficult situation.

71.What does the underlined word “suffocating” in Paragraph 1 probably mean?

A.Letting out a very strange noise.

B.Frightening and dangerous.

C.Destroying everything on the way.

D.Causing difficulty in breathing.

72.From the passage we can learn that_______________.

A.people learn a lot about sandstorms

B.sandstorms can?t be predicted exactly

C.sandstorms are only found in dry areas

D.thunderstorms are more dangerous than sandstorms.

73.Which is the correct action if a sand whirl comes?

A.Getting out of its way quickly.

B.Entering a basement if you can.

C.Covering yourself with thick cloth.

D.Covering your head with a curtain.

74.What is the main reason for you to hunker down in an airtight area?

A.You can?t be blown away by the terrible dust whirl.

B.It is strong enough to stop the big wind entering.

C.It can keep your breath far away from the sand and dust.

D.You can go out more easily after being covered by the sand.

75.This article is written mainly to tell readers _______________.

A.Mother Nature can be very fierce and powerful

B.what a sandstorm is like and how dangerous it is

C.how to survive a sandstorm if you meet with one

D. a sandstorm is the most dangerous disaster

第Ⅱ卷(共45分)

【请用黑色签字笔书写在答题纸上,否则不给分。】

第四部分书面表达(共两节,满分45分)

第一节阅读表达(共5小题,满分15分)

阅读下面的短文,并根据文章后的要求答题。(请注意问题后的词数要求)

If you are feeling that life just cannot be any worse for you, it can be challenging to think positive thoughts. When we are stressed, depressed, upset, or otherwise in a negative state of mind because we think that "bad things" keep happening to us, it is important to shift those negative thoughts to something positive. _____________, we will only attract more "bad things."

It is often very hard to think positively when so many things are negative, but I can assure you that someone, somewhere is worse off than you. We can choose to think differently by beginning with the smallest of steps.

If you start with one small, positive thing and repeat it during the course of your day, you will begin to move into a more positive situation: positive thoughts, feelings, opportunities and people will start showing up in your life. With practice, you will find that over time, you will change your outlook and choose to be happy, regardless of the events around you.

Here are a few examples for you to practice. Say them out loud and with feeling!

1. Begin and end each day with a "Thank you for this wonderful, glorious day!"

2. When you see the gas prices hiking, say "I am so glad that I am blessed to have a vehicle in which to get around."

3. When you are late for work, say "I am so happy and grateful for my job as I know that many don't have one."

4. If you are having health problems, be grateful for what does work: "I really do appreciate my eyes that see, my ears that hear, my mouth that tastes, my legs that walk, my arms that lift, my hands that write, my mind that thinks, my knees that bend and my tongue that talks." The possibilities here are endless: insert what does work for you and feel good about it!

5. Write down what you're grateful for each day. In moments when you're feeling really down, read what you wrote previously. This will help uplift your spirits. If you practice this regularly, you will find that your list will get longer and longer.

The key is to move yourself into a positive thought and keep it there long enough to make it a moment of peace. The more you practice, the happier you'll be.

76. What?s the purpose of the author writing this p assage? (within 15 words)

_______________________________________________________________________

77. Are you in favor of the author?s view? Give your reasons. (within 20 words)

_______________________________________________________________________

78. Fill in the blank in the first paragraph with proper words. (within 5 words)

_______________________________________________________________________

79. According to this passage list three things that usually make us in a negative mood? (within 15 words)

①_________________ ②_________________ ③ _______________

80. Translate the underlined sentence into Chinese.

______________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________

第二节:写作(满分30分)

假如你叫李华。近日,你的英国笔友Tom询问你的近况。请你用英语写一封email,告诉Tom 你的学习和生活情况。词数120-150。开头已给出,不计入总次数。

要点如下:

1.正在紧张备考(高考:NMET);

2.英语水平大有提高,非常重视词汇和阅读,养成了记笔记的习惯,并且已经意识到主动

问问题的重要性;

3.每天都有近八小时的睡眠,有近一小时的时间锻炼;

4.相信明年一定能考上理想的大学。

Dear Tom,

I am very happy to get your email and really glad to tell you how it is going.

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Yours Sincerely,

Li Hua

【答案】

1-20 ABBCC BCACB ACBAB ABAAB

21-35 DBADB CCCCD BCDDA

36-55 BCABD CABCD DACBA DCADB

56-75 BDACC DADCC DDBBC DBACC

阅读表达:

76. The author advises us to have a grateful heart for everything we have.

77. (open)Yes. No matter you think positively or negatively, you?ll spend a day. Why don?t we choose a positive attitude?

78. If we don't

79. ⑴seeing the gas prices hiking ⑵being late for work

⑶having health problems ④feeling stressed ⑸feeling upset(任选其三)

80这样练下去,很快你会发现你将改变你的观点,选择快乐的生活,而不在意周围那些琐事。

书面表达:

One possible version:

Dear Tom,

I am very happy to get your email and really glad to tell you how it is going. With the NMET approaching day by day, I devote myself to revision all the time. Up to now, I have made great progress especially in English.

I?m glad to tell you that I make it a rule to take notes in class, following my teacher?s guide and I attach importance to vocabulary and reading. But above all, I have realized it?s of vital importance to ask questions, which can surely benefit me. Though there are plenty of problems awaiting me to solve. I promise myself to have eight-hour sleep so that I have full energy to take next day?s lessons. Besides, I spend around an hour taking exercise to keep healthy.

I believe as long as I try my best, I will achieve my dream ---going to the college I want to.

Yours sincerely

Li Hua