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[转载]浮山中学2012届高三开学检测(英语)

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浮山中学2012届高三开学检测

方海奎 

第一部分:听力

第一节

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.Where are the two speakers?

       A.At the airport.             B.In a school.               C.At the railway station.

2.What can we know about the Johnsons?

       A.They didn’t come.          B.They came as expected.       C.They came with others.

3.How did the woman try to improve the report?

       A.By making suggestions on it.      

       B.By asking the man to rewrite it.   

       C.By getting someone else to read it.

4.Why does the woman to change her job?

       A.To make more money.  

       B.To have more challenges.      

       C.To get a better office environment.

5.What is the woman going to do?

       A.Do the typing again.        B.Read the paper aloud.     C.Check for typing errors.

第二节

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,各小题将给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白两遍。

听第6段材料,回答第6至7题。

6.Why does the man have to ask the way?

       A.He feels sick.      B.He is new in the city.   C.He has a poor sense of direction.

7.What does we know about the woman?

       A.She knows the city very well.      

       B.She knows nothing about the city.

       C.She has been in the city for a year.

听第7段材料,回答第8至10题。

8.What are the two speakers mainly talking about?

       A.Human activities.        B.Natural disasters.        C.Climate changes.

9.How often do floods strike the country?

       A.Every year.                     B.Every three years.           C.Every other year.

10.What can we learn from the conversation?

       A.The summers are getting less hot.      

       B.The environment is being damaged.      

       C.The floods have been controlled recently.

听第8段材料,回答第11至13题。

11.Where does the woman live?

       A.In a small town.           B.In a big city.           C.In a mountain village.

12.What do we know about a potluck supper?

       A.A meal at the seaside.       B.A meal indoors.         C.Something like a picnic.

13.When did the man go out for a swim?

       A.At the weekend.        B.On weekdays.                 C.On Saturday.

听第9段材料,回答第14至16题。

14.What can learn from the conversation?

       A.John Smith is now out of work. 

       B.John Smith changed his job three weeks ago.    

       C.More than one Mr. Smith works in the company.

15.Where is John Smith working now?

       A.In a bank nearby.       B.In a faraway company.     C.In a Bank of China far away.

16.How can the woman see John Smith?

      A.By taking the No. 5 bus.    B.By taking the 14 C-train.    C.By taking the No. 14 bus.

听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。

17.What’s the first thing Jeff wants to do now?

       A.Call his wife.             B.Move into Ted’s Office.       C.Go to a restaurant.

18.Where is Martha?

       A.In New York.               B.In Ohio.            C.In her office.

19.Who’s Ted?

       A.Jeff’s neighbor.           B.Jeff’s former colleague.    C.Jeff’s uncle.

20.What do we know about Mr. Buck?

       A.He employed Jeff again.     

       B.He had all his employees back.       

       C.He closed his business two years ago.

第二部分:英语知识运用

第一节  语法和词汇知识

21. He wants to see      much stronger China within         rest of his life.

       A. /; a                 B. a; /         C. the; a          D. a; the

22. Sandy looks very unhappy. She       have got the well-paid job.

       A. couldn’t                B. shouldn’t        C. mustn’t        D. might not

23. The pain is gone after weeks of the operation, but the scar _____.

      A. stops             B. remains          C. pauses            D. leaves

24. ---It smells great!                  

    ---It’s just green tea. Would you like          ?

        A. this                   B. one            C. it              D. some

25. I tried every means to reach my goal but failed. So desperate ______ that I almost lost heart.

      A. I did feel                B. did I feel          C. felt I           D. I felt

26. We tried our best and won the football match ____ one goal in the end.

      A. for                B. to             C. by                   D. of

27. It surprised us all ______ Kate made such big progress in this final exam.

      A. when              B. that             C. how              D. whether

28. Mary made a wise decision on her marriage, for she ________ everything into consideration.

      A. takes                 B. has taken     C. had taken           D. was taking

29. Mr. Yang was reading his book in the office, completely            to the world.

       A. losing              B. having lost         C. lost         D. to lose

30. Mr. Rocklin had just closed his eyes on the coach ______ his mobile phone rang.

       A. after            B. when         C. until             D. while

31. Amy said to her Mum that it _____ wonderful to be wearing clean clothes again.

       A. was felt            B. is felt         C. felt         D. feels

32. Between the two books         the photo album you are looking for.

       A. are               B. is              C. has                 D. have

33. ---Can you think of text messages      you once used some symbols to show how you felt?

    ---Yes, a few to my best friend.

       A. where           B. when             C. which            D. that

34. Shirley still remembers the excitement when she       for a trip to Australia.

       A. chooses       B. has been chosen        C. chose           D. was chosen

35. ---My name is Nison. Shall I spell it for you?                   

   ---          .

       A. No problem                      B. Nice to meet you   

       C You are welcome                  D. If you don’t mind

第二节 完型填空

      Elizabeth Clay decided to go home and spend the holiday with her parents. The next day she drove her old car home along the road.  36  she found she got a flat. The 22-year-old student  37  to stop her car by the side of the road in the winter night and opened the trunk. No  38  tire.

      At this time, a car  39  . Paul and Diane told Clay to  40  them to a service station near their  41  . They arrived to see that it had no suitable tires to  42  with her car. “Follow us home,” said Paul.

      The couple called around to find a tire. No  43  . They decided to let her use their own car. “Here,” Paul said, handing Clay a  44  of keys, “Take our car. We  45  be using it over the holiday.”

      Clay was  46  . “But I’m going all the way to south Carolina, and I’ll be gone for two weeks,” she  47  them.

      “We know,” Paul said. “We’ll be  48  when you get back. Here’s our number if you need to  49  in touch with us.”

      Unable to believe her eyes, Clay watched as the  50  put her luggage into their car and then  51  her off. Two weeks later she  52  to find her old car cleaned inside and out with three new tires and the radio  53 .

      “Thank you so much,” she said. “How much do I  54  you?” “Oh, no,” Paul said, “we don’t want any money. It’s our  55  .” Clay realized that while it might have been their pleasure, it was now her duty to pass on their “do unto others” spirit.

36. A. Suddenly      B. Finally      C. Immediately      D. Fortunately

37. A. afforded      B. wanted      C. allowed      D. managed

38. A. spare      B. free      C. full      D. empty

39. A. passed      B. stopped      C. paused      D. started

40. A. help      B. push      C. take      D. follow

41. A. garage      B. house      C. shop      D. hotel

42. A. agree      B. match      C. go      D. deal

43. A. way      B. message      C. success      D. luck

44. A. set      B. number      C. pair      D. chain

45. A. can’t      B. shouldn’t      C. mustn’t      D. won’t

46. A. satisfied      B. worried      C. astonished      D. disturbed

47. A. persuaded      B. advised      C. reminded      D. promised

48. A. happy      B. here      C. away      D. busy

49. A. get      B. keep       C. be      D. put

50. A. repairmen      B. cleaners      C. friends      D. couple

51. A. sent      B. shook      C. watched      D. drove

52. A. shocked      B. happened      C. returned      D. came

53. A. loaded      B. fixed      C. tied      D. rebuilt

54. A. owe      B. lend      C. give      D. offer

55. A. wish      B. job      C. duty      D. pleasure

第三部分:阅读理解

A

      My teenage son Karl became withdrawn after his father died. As a single parent, I tried to do my best to talk to him, but the more I tried, the more he pulled away. When his report card arrived during his junior year, it said that he had been absent 95 times from classes and had six failing grades for the year. At this rate he would never graduate. I sent him to the school adviser, and I even begged him. Nothing worked.

      One night I felt so powerless that I got down on my knees and pleaded for help. “Please God, I can’t do anything more for my son. I’m at the end of my rope. I’m giving the whole thing up to you.”

      I was at work when I got a phone call. A man introduced himself as the headmaster. “I want to talk to you about Karl’s absences.” Before he could say another word, I choked up and all my disappointment and sadness over Karl came pouring out into the ears of this stranger. “I love my son but I just don’t know what to do. I’ve tried everything to get Karl to go back to school and nothing has worked. It’s out of my hands.” For a moment there was silence on the other end of the line. The headmaster seriously said, “Thank you for your time,” and hung up.

      Karl’s next report card showed a marked improvement in his grades. Finally, he even made the honor roll. In his fourth year, I attended a parent-teacher meeting with Karl. I noticed that his teachers were astonished at the way he had turned himself around. On our way home, he said, “Mum, remember that call from the headmaster last year?” I nodded. “That was me. I thought I’d play a joke but when I heard what you said, it really hit me how much I was hurting you. That’s when I knew I had to make you proud.”

56. By saying “Karl became withdrawn”, the author means that the boy changed entirely and ________.

      A. preferred to stay alone at home      B. lost interest in his studies

      C. refused to talk to others            D. began to dislike his mother

57. There was silence on the other end of the line because ________.

      A. the speaker was too moved to say anything to the mother

      B. the speaker waited for the mother to finish speaking

      C. the speaker didn’t want the mother to recognize his voice

      D. the speaker was unable to interrupt the mother

58. The sentence “he even made the honor roll” means that he was even on the list _______.

      A. to be praised at the parent-teacher meeting

      B. of students who made progress in grades

      C. of students who had turned themselves around

      D. of the best students at school

59. What is the main idea of this passage?

      A. Children in single-parent families often have mental problems.

      B. Mother’s love plays an important role in teenagers’ life.

      C. Being understood by parents is very important to teenagers.

      D. School education doesn’t work without full support from parents.

B

     If a person forgets names, places or facts --- and has trouble with everyday things like reading or shopping---it may not mean you are getting old. It could be Alzheimer’s disease. So it’s important to see a doctor as soon as you can.

      There is no cure for Alzheimer’s. But a drug called ARICEPT has been used by people to improve their memory over time. It has also helped them to keep doing everyday things on their own.

      Ask your doctor if ARICEPT is right for you or your loved one. It is the Number One drug for Alzheimer’s in the world. The sooner you know it’s Alzheimer’s, the better ARICEPT can help.

      ARICEPT is good for many but may not be good for everyone. Some people may experience not sleeping well, feeling very tired, or not wanting to eat. In studies, these side effects weren’t serious at all and went away over time. Some people taking ARICEPT may feel light-headed. In this case you should tell your doctors because you condition may get worse.

60. If one suffers from Alzheimer’s _______.

      A. he has trouble with his memory           B. he can’t do everyday things on his own

      C. he often forgets things because he is old      D. he can’t move about

61. What is ARICEPT?    A medicine to ______.

      A. cure Alzheimer’s                        B. delay signs of aging   

      C. reduce the symptoms of Alzheimer’s      D. cure brain damage

62. One who is taking ARICEPT should go to see a doctor if he _______.

      A. can’t fall asleep                     B. feels tired out 

      C. has no desire to eat                   D. feels like a drunken man

                                        C

8: 30 PM

Outlook

      Outlook is back with a new series of reports to keep you update with all that’s new in the world of entertainment. Stories go all way from the technical to the romantic, from stage to screen. There will be reports of the stars of the moment, the stars of the future and the stars of the past. The director with his new film, the designer with the latest fashion, and the musician with the popular songs are part of the new Outlook. The program is introduced by Fran Levine.

9: 00PM

Discovery

      When a 10-year-old boy gets a first class degree in mathematics or an 8-year-old plays chess like a future grand master, they are considered as geniuses. Where does the quality of genius come from? Is it all in the genes or can any child be turned into a genius? And if parents do have a child who might become a genius in the future, what should they do? In this 30-minute film Barry Johnson, the professor at School of Medicine, New York University will help you discover the answer.

10: 00 PM

Science/ Health

      Is it possible to beat high blood pressure without drugs? The answer is “yes”, according to the researchers at Johns Hopkins and three other medical centers. After a study of 800 persons with high blood pressure, they found that after 6 months, those devoted to weight loss-exercise and eating a low-salt, low-fat food---lost about 13 pounds and became fitter. Plus, 35% of them dropped into the “normal” category. This week, Dr. Alan Duckworth will tell you how these people reduce their blood pressure to a level similar to what’s achieved with Hypertension drugs.

63. The main purpose of writing these three texts is ________.

      A. to invite people to see films                

      B. to invite people to topic discussions

      C. to attract more students to attend lectures

      D. to attract more people to watch TV programs

64. From Outlook, you can get a great deal of information about ________.

      A. story tellers      B. famous stars      C. film companies           D. music fans

65. Who will be most probably interested in Discovery?

      A. Parents who want to send their children to a school of medicine.

      B. Children who are good at mathematics.

      C. Parents who want their child to become another Albert Einstein.

      D. Children who are interested in playing chess.

66. In Science/ Health, “Johns Hopkins” is ________.

      A. a famous university      B. a medical center

      C. a well-known doctor      D. a drug company

67. According to the third text, which of the following has almost the same effect as Hypertension drugs?

      A. Exercise plus a healthy diet.              B. Loss of thirteen pounds in weight.

      C. Six months of exercise without drugs.      D. Low-salt and low-fat food.

D

      Who is there among us who hasn’t dreamed of having his or her own small (maybe, several years later, even big) business, and having wonderful freedom, both from a boss and from the time clock: the freedom to make up our own rules for our work, and our own plans--- arranging our own hours of work? That way work would be both painless and fun. Or, so we imagine.

      Well, in fact it isn’t quite as simple as that. Yes, it is true that being the boss has its satisfactions and that you can arrange your working hours freely if you own your own small business. But in those early years of starting your own business, you shouldn’t think of a free day, not to mention flying off for a month’s vacation. It is not unusual for new business owners to work seventy or eighty hours a week, and if there is a day off, that day might need to be devoted to accounting.

      But this negative picture doesn’t destroy the beautiful hopes. The possibility of getting something wonderful in return---both material and mental---continues to drive that large number of people who start up small business each year in the United States.

68. From the first paragraph, we know that everybody hopes _______.

      A. to rule others                     B. to be his or her own boss

      C. to get a time clock                D. to be free from work

69. Most new business owners have to _____.

      A. work more than 10 hours a day        B. devote himself to accounting

      C. fly to some places in the world      D. have a day off in a week

70. The expression “negative picture” most probably means _______.

      A. a terrible experience  B. a poor picture  C. limited freedom  D. unpleasant situations

71. The beautiful hopes will never be destroyed because ________.

      A. people love beautiful things by nature

      B. people have a strong desire to seek personal gains

      C. small businesses make big money each year in the US

      D. small businesses have advantages over big companies

E

      The year is 2094. It has been announced that a comet is heading towards the Earth. Most of it will miss our planet, but two pieces will probably hit the southern half of the Earth.

      On 17 July, a piece four kilometers wide enters the Earth’s atmosphere with a massive explosion. About half of the piece is destroyed, but the remaining part hits the South Atlantic at 200 times the speed of sound. The sea boils and a huge hole is made in the sea bed. Huge waves are created and spread outwards from the hole. The wall of water, a kilometer high, rushes towards Africa at 800 kilometers an hour. Cities on the African coast are totally destroyed and millions of people are drowned.

      Before the waves reach South America, the second piece of the comet lands in Argentina. Earthquakes and volcanoes are set off in the Andes Mountains. The shock waves move north into California and all around the Pacific Ocean. The cities of Los Angeles, San Francisco and Tokyo are completely destroyed by earthquakes. Millions of people in the southern half of the earth are already dead, but the north won’t escape for long. Because of the explosions, the sun is hidden by clouds of dust, temperatures around the world fall to almost zero. Crops are ruined. The sun won’t be seen again for many years. Wars break out as countries fight for food. A year later, no more than 10 million people remain alive.

      Could it really happen? In fact, it has already happened more than once in the history of the Earth. The dinosaurs were on the earth for over 160 million years. Then 65 million years ago they suddenly disappeared. Many scientists believe that the earth was hit by a piece of object in space. The dinosaurs couldn’t live through the cold climate that followed and they died out. Will we meet the same end?

72. What is mainly described in the passage?

      A. A historic discovery.      B. An event of imagination.

      C. A research on space.       D. A scientific adventure.

73. When the first piece hits the South Atlantic, it causes ______.

      A. an earthquake      B. damages to cities      C. an earth explosion      D. huge waves

74. Why can’t the northern half of the earth escape for long?

      A. Because the land is covered with water.              

      B. Because the light and heat from the sun can not reach the earth.

      C. Because people there can not live at the temperature of zero.

      D. Because wars break out among countries.

75. By giving the example of dinosaurs, the author tires to prove _______.

      A. animals could not live in the cold climate.

      B. what happened 65 million years ago was an invented story

      C. the human beings will die out in 2094

      D. the earth could be hit by other objects in space

第四部分:写作

第一节:任务型读写    注意:每空一词。

     There are some very good things about open education. This way of teaching allows the students to develop their own interests in many subjects. Open education allows students to be responsible for their own education. Some students do badly in traditional classrooms. They will not have to worry about grades or rules.

     But many students will not do well in an open classroom. For some students, there are too few rules. These students will do little in school. They will not make good use of open education. Because open education is so different form traditional education, these students may have a problem of getting used to making so many choices. For many students it is important to have some rules in the classroom. They worry about the rules even when there are no rules. Even a few rules will help this kind of students. The last point about open education is that some traditional teachers do not like it. Some teachers are not in favor of such way of teaching. Teachers who want to have an open classroom may have many problems at their school.

     You now know what open education is. Some of its good points and bad points have been explained. You may have your own opinion about open education. I think that open education is a good idea, but only in theory. In actual fact, it may not work very well in a real class or school. I believe that most students, but of course not all students, want some structure in their classes. They want and need to have some rules. In some cases, they must be made to study some subjects. Many students are pleased to find subjects they have to study interesting. They would not study those subjects if they did not have to. 300 words

Title:  Open Education

76. ________

A way of teaching allows students to learn what they are 77. ________ in without many rules.

Advantages

●Open education enables students to realize they are learning for 78. __________, not for others.

●Some students find more happiness in open classrooms 79. __________ with traditional classrooms.

Disadvantages

●Many students can’t 80. _______ themselves as good in open classrooms as in traditional classrooms.

●The students may 81. ______ to make proper choices.

●Many teachers do not 82. ________ in open education.

The writer’s 83. ____ to open education

●It is just in 84. ______, but in a real class or school it is not so good.

●The 85. ________ of students want some structure in their classes.

第二节:书面表达

假设你班将举行一次英语班会,主题为“中学生应该如何使用家长给的零花钱”。 请你写一篇短文,介绍讨论的情况。

 

 

 

 

 

 

参考答案

1. ACABC  6. BCCAB  11. BCACA  16. BCBBA

21. DABDB  26. CBCCB  31. CBADD

36. ADABD  BCDAD  CCBAD  ACBAD 04 湖北)

56. CADB  60. ACD  63. DBCBA  68. BADB  72. BDBD 04 湖北)

76. Definition   77. interested  78. themselves   79. compared  80. prove 

81. fail   82. believe  83. attitudes   84. theory  85. majority

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