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湖南省道县高考补习学校 2011 届高三上学期第一次月考试卷(英语) PART ONE LISTENING COMPREHENSION SECTION A Directions: In this section you’ll hear 6 conversations between 2 speakers.For each conversation, there are several questions and each question is followed be three choices.Listen to the conversations carefully and then answer the questions by making the corresponding letter (A, B, or C) on the question booklet. You will hear each conversation TWICE. Conversation 1
  1.What do we know about the room? A. It has no air conditioner. B. There’s one towel in it. C. It’s too small.
  2.Why doesn’t the woman change her room? A. Because it’s cheap. B. Because the room service is good. C. Because it has a good view. Conversation 2
  3.What does the woman think about the characters in the story? A.They are poor. B. They are active. C. They aren’t true to life.
  4.How many of the writer’s books has the man read? A. Four. B. Five C. Six. Conversation 3
  5.Why does the woman think there’ll be fewer private cars? A. The price of cars is going up. B. People prefer public transportation. C. The price of gas keeps rising.
  6.What does the man agree to consider in the end? A. Going to work by bike. B. Taking a bus to work. C. Going to work on foot. Conversation 4
  7.When did the man last visit China? A. Several years ago. B. Several months ago. C. Last year.
  8.What impressed the man most in China? A. The relationship between Chinese children and their parents. B. The fierce competition in the college entrance examination. C. The little time Chinese students have for hobbies.
  9.Why does the man think American students are luckier than their Chinese peers? A. Because they aren’t required to take college entranced exams. B. Because they are allowed to develop hobbies. C. Because they are independent of their parents. Conversation 5
  10.Why did the man buy a second hand car for the woman? A. Because the new cars were not satisfying. B. Because he was short of money. C. Because he was fond of old cars.
  11.What will the two speakers do next? A. Sell the car to the woman’s friend. B.Buy an expensive car. C. Dress the car up.
  12.How soon does the man think he will mke a fortune? A. At least in three years. B. At least in two years. C. At least in one year. Conversation 6
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  13. How long did the man live in New York? A. For 10 years. B. For 12 years. C. For 20 years.
  14.What can we infer from the words of the New Yorker? A. The weather in New York is pleasant in spring and autumn. B. The weather in New York is often changeable. C. The weather in New York will be pleasant soon.
  15.What does the man think of New York? A. It’s the most interesting city in the world. B. Its weather is pleasant on the whole. C. Its air in summer is dry and heavy. SECTION B Directions: in this section, you will hear a mini-talk.Listen carefully and then fill in the numbered blanks with the information you’ve got.Fill in each blank with NO MORE THAN 3 WORDS. You will hear the mini-talk TWICE. Nelson Mandela’s Autobiography(自传) Birth Education Family Ideal On july 18th, Studied 17 16 . 18 childern.
in the University of South Africa.
Married twice and had
Became interested in politics when still a youth and wanted to serve his people in their fight for 19 . Joined the African National Congress in 1994, which has spent 20 fighting for the rights of the African people.
PART TWO: LANGUAGE KNOWLEDGE SECTION A Directions : Beneath each of the following sentences there are 4 choices marked A,B,C and D. Choose one answer that best completes the sentence .
  21.I think he is taking an active part in social work. I agree with you. A. in a way. B. on the way. C. by the way. D. in the way
  22.The fact has worried many scientists the earth is becoming warmer and warmer these years. A. what B.which C.that D.though
  23.John received an invitation to dinner, and with his work, he galdly accepted it. A. finished. B. finishing C. having finished D. was finished
  24. is known to us all that the 2012 Olympic Games will take place in London. A.As B.What C.That D.It
  25.?It’s really a pity that I didn’t see you in Shanghai. -- I to see you in the hotel, but I was too busy. A.hope B.had hoped C.hoped D.am hoping
  26.Surely it doesn’t matter where the student assications get their money from. What is what they do with it. A. counts B. applies C. stresses D. functions
  27.Please remind me of the meeting again tomorrow I forget. A. though B. so that C. in case D. until
  28.When I talked with my grandma on the phone, she sounded weak, but by the time weup,her voice had been full of life.
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A. were hanging B. had hung C. hung D. would hung
  29.The companies are working together to create they hope will be the best means of transport in the 21st century. A. which B. that C. what D. who
  30.We had no sooner reached the station the train started. A. when B. than C. as D.while
  31.He must be helping the old man to water the flowers, ? A. is he B. isn’t he C. must he D. mustn’t he
  32.--Which of the two films do you prefer? -- To tell you the truth,, I don’t like . A.neither of them B.all of them C.either of them D.none of them
  33.Ann never dreams of for her to be sent abroad very soon. A. there to be a chance B. there being a chance C. there be a chance D. being a chance
  34.My sister, as well as her classmates who late for class,criticized by Mr Hunt. A. were; was B. was; were C. was; was D. were; were
  35. the extremely hot weather, we continued having classes. A.Thanks to B.In addition to C.In defence of D.Regardless of SECTION B (18 points) Directions: For each blank in the following passage there are four words or phrases marked A, B, C and D . fill in each blank with the word or phrase that best fits the context. Sometimes people call each other “scared cat”, but have you ever thought about this expression? When a cat is 36 , its heart starts beating faster, its muscles get tense(紧张的), and there are changes in the chemicals in its bloodstream. 37 the cat doesn't realize this, its body is getting ready for action. If the danger continues, the animal will do one of two things. It will defend itself, or it will run away as fast as it can. Something like this also happens 38 people. When we are excited, angry, scared, or aroused by other emotions, our bodies 39 many physical changes. Our hearts beat faster, and our muscles get tense. All of these changes make us more careful and ready to react. We, too, get ready to defend ourselves or 40 . Human beings, 41 , have a problem that animals never face. If we 42 our feelings and let them take over, we can 43 . Have you ever said something in anger, or hit somebody, and regretted it later? Have you ever shouted at a teacher, told somebody you were lonely, or said you were in love, and then 44 later you had kept your mouth shut? It isn't always wise to express your feelings freely. Does this mean that it's smarter always to hide our feelings? No! If you keep feeling of anger, sadness, and 45 hidden away or bottled up inside, your body stays tense. Physical illness can develop, and you can feel churned up ( 生气 ) inside. It can actually 46 your health. (It is not bad to keep pleasant feelings inside either; all feelings need to be expressed.) You can hide them and you can pretend they don't exist, but they'll still be around. And at last you'll have to deal with 47 .
  36. A. excited B. surprised C. delighted D. frightened
  37. A. As B. Before C. Despite D. Although
  38. A. to B. on C. at D. in
  39. A. get through B. go through C. get on D. go straight
  40. A. scare B. protect C. run D. fight
  41. A. but B. otherwise C. however D. moreover
  42. A. give way to B. give up C. give out D. give off
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  43. A. get out of trouble B. get into trouble C. put others into trouble D. calm down
  44. A. hoped B. said C. thought D. wished
  45. A. happiness B. delight C. bitterness D. laughter
  46. A. be good for B. be bad for C. be good at D. do good to
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  56. Which of the following is best to outline(概括) the article? A. Research on the Brain B. Differences between Men and Women C. People’s Different Brains D. Who Are Better, Boys or Girls
  57. men and women think differently. A. Sex makes B. The different brains make C. The different experiences make D. The influences of society make
  58. According to the article, girls are generally better than boys at in your school.
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  59. Which of the following is true? A. The left side of brain in boys generally develops better than that in girls. B. The left side of brain in girls generally develops better than that in boys. C. Men are better than women in all things. D. The area in girls used for language skills develops better.
  60. In men and women the number of nerves connecting the halves of brain . A. is the same B. is different C. is zero D. can’t be found out B Swedish master medical photographer Lennart Nilsson is a pioneer in medical photography.In association with researchers and with the help of advanced, specially designed equipment, he has documented the inside of man down to the level of a cell with his camera. Born in Str?ngn?s, a satellite city of Stockholm, in 1922, Nilsson got his first camera from his father when h



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