吴忠高级中学 20072008 学年第一学期期末(模拟)考试
高三英语试卷
出题人: 出题人:吴文才
第一卷( 第一卷(共 75 题,115 分) 一、 听力理解(共 20 小题,每小题
  1.5 分,共 30 分) 第一节:每段对话仅读一遍。 1, Why did the woman go to the States? A, To do some business, B, To go sightseeing, C, To visit some friends, 2, How much are the three books? A, $
  1.50, B, $
  1.75, C, $
  2.25, 3, How old is the school at the time of the talk? A, More than 15 years, B, More than 5 years, C, More than 100 years, 4, Who telephoned the man? A, Miss Grey, B, Mr. White, C, Mr. Brown, 5, How many students are there in the woman’s college? A, 1,590, B, 1,060, C, 530, 第二节:每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第 6 段材料,回答第 6 至 8 题。 6, What’s the job of the man? A, He is a taxi driver, B, He is a conductor, C, He is a bus driver, 7, How long does it take to get to the Grand Hotel? A, 30 minutes, B, More than 30 minutes, C, Less than 30 minutes, 8, How much tip(小费) does the woman give to the man? A, $
  1.25, B, $15, C, $
  12.75, 听第 7 段材料,回答第 9 至 11 题。 9, What does Dr. Wilson teach? A, English, B, History, C, Chemistry, 10, Which subject will Fred probably get an “A” in? A, History, B, Maths, C, Chemistry, 11, What will Dr. Wilson do in order to help Fred have a good chance to get an “A”? A, She will give her students two more tests, B, She will give her students two less tests, C, She will ask her students to write a composition in English, 听第 8 段材料,回答第 12 至 14 题。 12, When are they going to meet? A, Wednesday morning, B, Friday, C, Wednesday evening, 13, 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, 14, What are they going to do? A, They are going to see a film,
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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 15 至 17 题。 15, What does the person buy? A, Notebooks, B, Pencils, C, Both A and B, 16, How much does the person pay? A, 22 yuan, B, 12 yuan, C, 32 yuan, 17, How much do the pencils cost? A, 4 yuan, B, 6 yuan, C, 2 yuan, 听第 10 段材料,回答第 18 至 20 题。 18, What happened to Mrs. White one day? A, Her fridge was broken, B, Her washing machine worked badly, C, Her washing machine didn’t work, 19, Why wasn’t Mrs. White glad when the repairman arrived? A, Because the man came too early, B, Because the man didn’t come to repair it in time, C, Because the man asked for too much money, 20, When did Mrs. White telephone the workshop? A, On the 21st, B, On the 22nd, C, On the 20th, 二、 单项填空(共 15 小题,每小题 1 分,共 15 分) 21, What wonderful world it would be if all countries in the world could live in peace with one another! A, a, /, B, the, /, C, a, the, D, the, the, 22, It took us quite a long time to get there. It was journey. A, three hour, B, a three hour, C, three hours, D, a three-hour, 23, She is to arrive here on time today. A, impossible, B, not likely, C, not probably, D, not like, 24, Professor White has written some short stories, but he is known for his plays. A, the best, B, better, C, more, D, the most, 25, We can communicate people in every part of the world the Internet. A, with, with, B, through, through, C, through, with, D, with, through, 26, I often see lights in that empty house. Do you think I report it to the police? A, should, B, may, C, will, D, can, 27, Mother us stories when we were children. A, used to telling, B, used to tell, C, was used to telling, D, is used to telling, 28, How long at this job? Since 19
  90. A, were you employed, B, had you employed, C, have you been employed, D, will you be employed, 29, We agreed here but so far she hasn’t turned up yet.
A, having met, B, to have met, C, meeting, D, to meet, 30, Professor Smith, along with his assistants, on the project day and night to meet the deadline. A, work, B, working, C, is working, D, are working, 31, Can you tell me how to learn English well? Do more speaking, I think, you’ll be good at spoken English. A, or, B, then, C, until, D, and, 32, If we work with a strong will, we can overcome any difficulty, great it is. A, whatever, B, however, C, wherever, D, whenever, 33, Never before that night to extent of my own power. A, did I feel, B, I felt, C, had I felt, D, I had felt, 34, I don’t think Henry and Bill before, ? A, have met, have they, B, have met, haven’t they, C, have seen, do I, D, have seen, don’t I, 35, It was in Hyde Park they made a date for the first time the old couple told us their love story. A, that, where, B, where, that, C, where, where, D, that, when, 三、 完型填空(共 20 小题,每小题
  1.5 分,共 30 分) A library is a place to find out about almost anything. In it there are mostly 36 , but there are also pictures, papers, magazines, maps and records. Special science and art shows, films, plays, and contests may also be 37 in a library. 38 a library had only books, and these were 39 to get. There were so 40 books that no one was 41 to take them out of the library. After the printing machine was 42 , books could be made 43 and libraries got more books. To borrow a book to 44 home today, a person just 45 a library card. The person goes to the main desk to 46 a library helper check the book out. The helper prints the card with the 47 by which the book must be returned to the library. If the book is returned 48 , the person most usually pays money for having broken the 49 . Books in a library are put in a certain 50 to help people to find 51 they want. In some libraries, all books about animals might be placed together. In 52 libraries, all books 53 by the same person may be placed together. Cabinets(柜子) of cards list each book and 54 where it can be found. People who live in the countryside may have trouble talking to a city library. For these people there are libraries on wheels that 55 from place to place. 36, A, books, B, letters, C, articles, D, dictionaries, 37, A, asked, B, heard, C, seen, D, held, 38, A, Before long, B, Long ago, C, soon, D, In the future, 39, A, ready, B, cheap, C, simple, D, difficult, 40, A, good, B, few, C, many, D, interesting, 41, A, moved, B, refused, C, allowed, D, borrowed, 42, A, invented, B, lost, C, discovered, D, operated,
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43, A, thicker, B, more expensive, C, faster, D, slower, 44, A, go, B, take, C, return, D, stay at, 45, A, needs, B, gives, C, renews, D, reviews, 46, A, want, B, invite, C, require, D, have, 47, A, class, B, date, C, page, D, address, 48, A, earlier, B, soon, C, on time, D, late, 49, A, magazine, B, rule, C, glass, D, book, 50, A, desk, B, place, C, order, D, shelf, 51, A, out, B, that, C, which, D, what, 52, A, all, B, any, C, these, D, other, 53, A, written, B, owned, C, bought, D, kept, 54, A, ask, B, tell, C, know, D, wonder, 55, A, walk, B, roll, C, travel, D, wander, 四、 阅读理解(共 20 小题,每小题 2 分,共 40 分) 第一节:阅读下列短文,选择正确答案标在试卷相应位置。 ( A ) Parents often believe that they have a good relationship with their teenagers. But last summer, Joanna and Henry noticed a change in their older son: suddenly he seemed to be talking far more to his friends than to his parents. “The door to his room is always shut.” Joanna noted. Tina, and Mark noticed similar changes in their 14-year-old daughter, “She used to cuddle up (蜷伏)with me on the sofa and talk,” said Mark. “Now we joke that she does this only when she wants something. Sometimes she wants to be treated like a little girl and sometimes like a young lady. The problem is figuring out which time is which.” Before age 11, children like to tell their parents what’s on their minds. “In fact, parents are first on the list.” Said Michael Riera, author of Uncommon Sense for Parents with Teenagers. “This completely changes during the teen years.” Riera explained. “They talk to their friends first, then maybe their teachers, and their parents last.” Parents who know what’s going on in their teenagers’ lives are in the best position to help them. To break down the wall of silence, parents should create chances to understand what their children want to say, and try to find ways to talk and write to them. And they mustn’t give their children a mental (精神上的)break, for children also need freedom, though young. Another thing parents should remember is that to be a friend, not a manager, with their children is a better way to know them. 56, “The door to his room is always shut.” suggests that the son. A, is always busy with his studies, B, doesn’t want to be disturbed, C, keeps himself away from his parents, D, begins to dislike his parents, 57, What troubles Tina and Mark most is that . A, their daughter isn’t as lovely as before, B, they can’t read their daughter’s mind exactly, C, they don’t know what to say to their daughter,
D, their daughter talks with them only when she needs help, 58, What can be learned from the passage? A, Parents are unhappy with their growing children, B, Parents have suitable ways to talk with their teenagers, C, Parents should be patient with their silent teenagers, D, Parents should try to understand their teenagers, ( B ) You can have the same neighbors for years,” the old man said. “You love them or you think you love them. And you hope that they love you. But do you ever really understand them? Charlie Kemp and his family lived next door to me for 15 years. We were good friends for all that time, I enjoy friendshipI’m sure it’s the best thing in the world. And friendship with the Kemps was easy because they seemed to welcome it. They were interesting and intelligent (clever) people, their house caught fire twice; and twice the whole family slept in mime. They were always losing thingsmoney, keys, or watches. Pictures fell off the walls; the children fell out of bed. … I was their neighbor and their friend. Life was always interesting, never dull(单调的). Best of all I liked the whole family.” One day, I lit a fire in the garden and was burning some rubbish. After a while Charlie Kemp came out of his house and walked up the road. “Morning, Charlie,” I said. “Lovely day, isn’t it?” He smiled at me and nodded. I went on with my work. Twenty minutes later a policeman arrived. He walked into my garden and said, “You’ll have to put out that fire. Your neighbor has complained to us. He doesn’t like the smell.” “My neighbor…?” I said. “Yes,” the policeman said. He took out his notebook and read, “Charlie Kemp. He lives next door, doesn’t he?” 59, were neighbors in this story? A, The old man and his family, B, Charlie Kemp and his family, C, The old man and the Kemps, D, Both A and B, 60, The old man liked the Kemps because. A, they were good neighbors, B, they were helpful, C, their house was often on fire, D, he thought they loved him, 61, The old man found that it was quite strange that . A, Charlie told the police about the fire, B, they often lost things, C, the fire burnt the whole of the Kemps’ house, D, Charlie smiled to him, 62, How did the old man help his neighbors? A, He found the things they lost, B, He thought they were interesting and intelligent, C, He lent them money, D, He let them sleep in his house after the fires, 63, The Kemps were not although the old man helped them a great deal. A, sorry, B, thankful, C, worried, D, helpful,
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Smile, when making an introduction. Every day we meet people in a number of business and social situations. And the way we meet and greet them creates an impression. It’s important to do so in a proper way, no matter whether you are introducing yourself to someone, or introducing two people to each other. To keep you aware of this, we have gathered tips (提示)on how to make a proper introduction. Always stand when making an introduction. When you are seated and someone comes up to greet you, make the effort to stand up. By doing this, you show respect for yourself and for the other person. Always maintain eye contact while making an introduction. Many people are not aware of the value of this simple action. When you make eye contact you are giving a confident image. Always introduce a person of lesser authority (权位)to one of greater authority. The most important thing to remember is to say the most important person’s name first. For example, when introducing your supervisor (主管人)to a job candidate (谋职者), you would give your supervisor’s name first. “Bob Jones, may I introduce Susan Lee, who has just graduated from ABC University?” In a situation where rank (地位)is unimportant, an introduction is based on sex and age. A man is presented (introduced)to a woman and a younger woman to an older woman. What if you find yourself in a situation where you have forgotten the other person’s name? Start with a handshake and reintroduce yourself. By doing this, you will usually cause the other person to do the same. However, if the other person does not take your suggestion, it is OK simply to apologize and let the per
 

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