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[转载]宿州市2012届高三第三次教学质量检测 英语

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[转载]宿州市2012届高三第三次教学质量检测 <wbr>英语

[转载]宿州市2012届高三第三次教学质量检测 <wbr>英语

[转载]宿州市2012届高三第三次教学质量检测 <wbr>英语

[转载]宿州市2012届高三第三次教学质量检测 <wbr>英语

[转载]宿州市2012届高三第三次教学质量检测 <wbr>英语

[转载]宿州市2012届高三第三次教学质量检测 <wbr>英语

[转载]宿州市2012届高三第三次教学质量检测 <wbr>英语

[转载]宿州市2012届高三第三次教学质量检测 <wbr>英语

[转载]宿州市2012届高三第三次教学质量检测 <wbr>英语

[转载]宿州市2012届高三第三次教学质量检测 <wbr>英语

[转载]宿州市2012届高三第三次教学质量检测 <wbr>英语

宿州市2012届高三第三次教学质量检测

英语参考答案

 

第一部分  听力(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)

1—5 ABABB   6—10 CBABB   11—15 ABCAB   16—20 BCCAA

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)

21—25 DCCAD   26—30 BDADC   31—35 DDBAC

第二节  完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)

3640 ACBBB   4145 ABCBA   4650 DBCAA   5155 BBDBB

第三部分  阅读理解(共20小题;每小题2分,满分40分)

56—59 DDAC   60—63 BABB   64—67 ADCA   68—71 DBCA   72—75 DCBA

第四部分  写作(共两节,满分35分)

第一节  任务型读写(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)

76. Tips     77. suitable     78. meet/ satisfy       79. balance        80. sports

81. enjoy/like/love    82. explore      83. know     84. importance     85. beginning

第二节 书面表达(满分25分)

One possible version:

Now, more and more parents care much about their children’s college entrance examination. Some of them even abandon their jobs to stay with their children. This phenomenon is really controversial.

Some people support the practice. In such a situation, not only is their food healthier, more delicious and more nutritious but their clothes are also cleaner and neater. So they are more confident. However, others object. The parents have no jobs and cannot make money. Because they expect too much of their children, what they are doing actually adds to the students’ psychological burden and stress.

    To my understanding, the practice shouldn’t be advocated. We students should learn to take care of ourselves. As we know, we will be independent of our parents one day. Moreover, our parents should have their own work and life.

 

听力原文

Text 1

W: I’m going to the post office. Since you’re going to the train station next to it, do you need a lift? M: Yes, thank you. But I’d like to buy some drinks at the store first.

Text 2

W: Could you slow down and repeat today’s homework for us, Dr White?

M: Surely. Preview the next unit and prepare for a classroom discussion.

Text 3

W: OK, Mr. Green. Have you decided which car you want?

M: Yes. I think I’ll go with the sports car. The red one.

W: Will you pay in cash or by check?

Text 4

M: Mary, I just met your friend Alex. He seems funny.

W: Yes, he is always telling jokes.

M: He is quite different from your brother Johnny. Johnny looks serious.

W: I wouldn’t say he is funny or serious. He just likes to try everything, and even goes hiking alone. M: I didn’t know he is so adventurous.

Text 5

M: Linda, have you seen the film Madagascar?

W: Yeah. The scenes with the penguins are my favorite. But the main story is about some other animals. They escape from a zoo in New York and travel to Africa.

M: Oh, cool. I will go to see it.

W: It’s worth seeing again. I’ll go with you.

Text 6

M: Hi, Sarah. How was your hiking trip?

W: Oh, it was really fun and exciting. We hiked all day, and then camped out every night. But actually I wasn’t looking forward to it at all before we set off.

M: Why not?

W: Well, I had never camped before, so I had thought it might be frightening. But it turned out that there weren’t any snakes. But there were a few insects.

M: What was the best thing about the trip?

W: That must be seeing the stars at night. Out in the country you can see the stars clearly.

Text 7

M: Look! CD players are much cheaper here than those at home.

W: Well, if you take the exchange rate into consideration, they’re only a little cheaper.

M: Ah, yeah. You’re right. We don’t need to buy one here, then.

W: Oh, smell this.

M: That’s really nice. Cathy will like the perfume.

W: I’ll buy one bottle for her. The bottle is pretty, too.

M: Oh, look! The hat over there is really cheap. I’ll buy one.

W: You’d better pick a black one. Neither the red ones nor the white ones suit you.

Text 8

W: Dr. Taylor, I find it hard to get to sleep. What’s the best way to solve the problem? Taking sleeping pills?

M: Oh, no. The best way is to try to make your mind blank. To achieve this, you can first think of white clouds or green trees. And gradually, you will forget them and get sleepy.

W: That sounds a little hard.

M: You can also try reading. It works for many people.

W: I wonder how many dreams a person has in one night.

M: On average, everyone has four per night, but some may have as many as seven. But many people can’t remember them. That’s why they think they don’t dream at all.

W: Is it true that eating before bedtime can give you bad dreams?

M: Well, there’s no evidence of this. A big meal may stop you falling asleep at first, though. But a hot drink won’t do any harm.

Text 9

W: Peter, have you ever visited a Chinese family?

M: No, but I’m invited to have dinner with a Chinese family next Monday. I don’t know what I should take as a gift.

W: Well, it’s probably best to take some fruit or something typical from your country.

M: In France, we often buy some flowers or a bottle of wine for the family.

W: Actually you can also take them to the Chinese family. They will accept that. As far as I know, Chinese people are quite open to new things and foreign customers.

M: I agree.

W: Traditionally, Chinese people don’t kiss to greet each other. You should remember that. Just shaking hands is OK.

M: I’ll keep that in mind. By the way, will you go back to England to visit your parents during the holiday?

W: No. I will go to the US. Why do you ask?

M: Oh, I was thinking of inviting you to visit my hometown.

W: Thank you. But I promised my friend that I would visit some US colleges with her.

Text 10

Here’s what makes a world record: 5,500 pounds of sugar, 2,000 pounds of milk powder, 1,700 pounds of cocoa butter and 1,400 pounds of chocolate, etc.

The company World’s Finest Chocolate put them all together and what they made was a record for the world’s largest chocolate bar. It weighs more than 12,000 pounds, measures 21 feet long and is almost three feet high.

The company, based in Chicago, has over 60 years of experience in making chocolate. It is well-known for selling chocolate fundraising products. This time, it plans to take the world’s largest chocolate bar on tour to schools nationally for a project. The aim is to help educate families on proper diets, using the chocolate bar as a example. CEO of World’s Finest Chocolate said, “We’re committed to educating families on eating right and staying active and doing it in a fun and enjoyable way.”

Their effort is appreciated by many people. Mrs Nelda, an expert, commented, “When you’re trying to teach children about things like how to have a healthy relationship with food, having something that really makes them sit up and take notice helps make the message memorable.”

The chocolate bar easily topped the previous record set by a company a year ago. Their chocolate bar weighed 9,722 pounds.

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