新余一中 2010---2011 年毕业年级上学期第三次模拟考试
命题人： 审题人： 命题人： 刘霞 李红梅 审题人： 杨亚军 本试卷分第 I 卷和第 II 卷（非选择题）两部分。共 150 分，考试时间 120 分钟。 第 I 卷（选择题，共 115 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. Where is Tim? A. In the room. B. Out for a walk. C. Working in the office. 2. Which of the following statements is true according to the dialogue? A. The newspaper and TV give different reports about the local agriculture. B. The newspaper and TV give similar reports about the local agriculture. C. Both the newspaper and TV agree that the local agriculture is good. 3.When will the man and the woman leave for dinner? A. 6:30 B. 7:00 C. 7:30 4. What is true about the man? A. he missed the game. B. He disliked the game. C. He enjoyed the game. 5. Where does the conversation most probably take place? A. In a hotel. B. In a restaurant. C. In a department store. 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，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。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第 6 段材料，回答第 6 至 8 题。 6.What is the weather like in summer in San Francisco? A. Very hot B. Warm C. Rainy 7. When does the conversation most probably take place? A. In winter B. In summer C. In spring 8. What can we infer from the conversation? A. The woman is a visitor. B.The woman is a native. C.The woman is a relative of the man.. 听第 7 段材料，回答第 9 至 11 题。 9. What’s the relationship between the two speakers? A.Friends. B.Husband and wife. C.Doctor and patient. 10. What’s the woman’s problem? A.She dislikes her job. B.She is tired of hard work. C.She has trouble getting to sleep. 11. What does the man offer the woman? A. Some milk. B. Some pills. C. Some advice. 听第 8 段材料，回答第 12 至 14 题。 12. Why does Angela call the police? A. Something has been stolen. B.She thinks someone is breaking into her house.
C. Someone is making a lot of noise in her garden. 13. What’s the woman’s telephone number? A 9382669. B.9382699 C.9482629 14. What’s the policeman’s advice? A. Try to run away. B. Ask her neighbors for help.
C.Wait for the police officer to arrive.
听第 9 段材料，回答第 15 至 17 题。 15. What does the man want to know about Anne? A. Her training program. B. Her education background. C. Her physical condition. 16. What do you think Anne is? A.Anne is an Olympic athlete. B.Anne is a sports reporter. C.Anne is a swimming trainer. 17. What surprises the man most about Anne’s spare time? A.Dancing B.Reading C.Watching TV 听第 10 段材料，回答第 18 至 20 题。 18. What has got bigger in size compared with the model from the old days? A.Radio B.Television C.Telephone 19.What did people have to do when they were photographed with early cameras? A.They had to help carry the machine B.They looked unnatural in the picture. C.They had to keep still quite long. 20. What is the passage mainly about? A.How modern machines make people’s life easier. B.The development of some machines C.Instructions on how to use some machines.
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. Mr. Smith is driving a car in the competition and I’m sure he will take the first place. A. new beautiful sports Japanese. B. Japanese beautiful new sports C. Japanese sports beautiful new D. beautiful new Japanese sports . 22. What he has done is far from A. satisfactory B. being satisfied C. satisfaction D. satisfying 23. How I wish I a doctor and I the girl. A. am; can save; dead B. was; can save; death C. were; could save; dying D. were; could save; died 24. physics, he likes maths better. A. Likes B. Though much he likes C. Much as he likes D. Much although he likes 25. No sooner had he finished his talk he was surrounded by the workers. A. as B. then C. than D. when 26.—Since you like the fur coat so much, why not buy it? —Well, I can’t afford coat. A. that expensive a B. that an expensive C. so expensive D. such expensive 27. The man used what he had his wife a diamond ring. A. to get B. got C. bought D. buy his works unfinished. 28. It was a pity that the great writer died
A. for B. with C. from D. of 29. The flowers sweet in the botanic garden attract the visitors to the beauty of nature. A. to smell B. smelling C. smelt D. to be smelt 30. The boys usually play football on Friday afternoon, it rains. A. except B. except for C. except when D. except that 31. —Can I carry that heavy box for you? —No, but thanks for to do so. A. offering B. expecting C. advising D. saying 32. Every means tried but without any result. A. have been B. is to be C. are to be D. has been 33. It was in such a good place everyone wanted to go and visit I came across the lady. A. that; that B. that; as C. as; that D. as; as 34. He is a good cook at home and takes good care of the children, and his wife. A. so does B. so is C. so is with D. so it is with 35. The other day, my brother drove his car down the street at I thought was a dangerous speed. A. as B. which C. what D. that 完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1．5 分，满分 30 分） 第二节 完形填空 阅读下面短文，掌握其大意，然后从 36—55 各题所给的四个选项（A、B、C、 D）中 When I was a kid, my brother dropped the bomb:"No Santa Claus （Father Christmas） I fled to Grandma because I knew she would !" 36 me the truth． told I it．" her everything．"No!" she said．"Ridiculous! Don' t 37 After dinner, we went to General Store．Grandma handed me ten 38 ．"Take it and buy something for whoever needs it．I'll wait in the 39 ．" I' d often gone ． moments, I stood there, For shopping with Mother, but never had I shopped 40 confused, 41 what to do with it．I thought of everybody I knew． 42 I thought of Bobbie Decker．His mother always wrote a note, telling the teacher that he had a cough．We all knew that Bobbie would have no cough 43 he had a thicker coat．So I decided to buy Bobbie one．"Is this a present for 44 ?" the saleslady asked me kindly．I 45 shyly．She smiled, handed it to me and wished me a merry Christmas．Then Grandma helped me wrap the coat in Santa Claus 46 and ribbons and write "To Bobbie, From Santa Claus " on it．Then she 47 me over to Bobbie's house ． Grandma parked down the street from Bobbie' s house ． We 48 noiselessly and hid in the 49 by his front walk．"All right, Santa Claus," she 50 ,"get going． I rushed out, threw the present down at his front door, " 51 his doorbell and flew back to the safety． Together we 52 breathlessly in the darkness for the front door to open． Forty years I haven' t forgotten those 53 I spent shivering （颤抖） Bobbie' in s bushes．That night, I realized that the stories about Santa Clause were really ridiculous ．Santa Claus was alive, 54 we were on his 55 ． 36．A．tell B．teach C．take D．advise
37．A．remember B．believe C．understand D．consider 38．A．bags B．keys C．coats D．dollars 39．A．home B．store C．car D．bus 40．A．separately B．apart C．singly D．alone 41．A．wondering B．worrying C．expecting D．looking 42．A．Luckily B．Surprisingly C．Suddenly D．Firstly 43．A．unless B．since C．as D．if 44．A．anyone B．someone C．others D．another 45．A．nodded B．smiled C．replied D．denied 46．A．gift B．name C．paper D．needle 47．A．sent B．drove C．walked D．guided 48．A．stole B．struggled C．stepped D．searched 49．A．cars ． B．buildings C．stairs D．bushes 50．A．sighed B．whispered C．called D．shouted 51．A．knocked B．pushed C．pounded D．switched． 52．A．rushed B．laughed C．paused D．waited 53．A．nights B．feelings C．moments D．bills 54．A．and B．but C．then D．therefore 55．A．side B．team C．part D．staff 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，从各题所给的 A、B、C、D4 个选项中，选出一个最佳答案。 A THE BRONTE FAMILY Yorkshire, England was the setting for two great novels (小说) of the 19th century. These were Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre and Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights. The youngest sister, Anne, was also a gifted novelist, and her books have the same extraordinary quality as her sisters’. Their father was Patrick Bronte, born in Ireland. He moved with his wife, Maria Bronte, and their six small children to Haworth in Yorkshire in 1820. Soon after, Mrs. Bronte and the two eldest children died, leaving the father to care of the remaining three girls and a boy. Charlotte was born in 1816. Emily was born in 1818 and Anne in 1820. Their brother Branwell was born in 1817. Left to themselves, the children wrote and told stories and walked over the hills. They grew up largely self-educated. Branwell showed a great interest in drawing. The girls were determined to earn money for his art education. They took positions as teachers or taught children in their homes. As children they had all written many stories. Charlotte, as a young girl, alone wrote 22 books, each with 60 to 100 pages of small handwriting. Therefore, they turned to writing for income. By 1847, Charlotte had written The Professor; Emily, Wuthering Heights; and Anne, Agnes Grey. After much difficulty Anne and Emily found a publisher(出版商), but there was no interest shown in Charlotte’s book. (It was not published until 1859.) However, one publisher expressed an interest in seeing more of her works. Jane Eyre was already started, and she hurriedly finished it. It was accepted at once; thus each of the sisters had a book published in 1847. Jane Eyre was immediately successful; the other two, however, did not do so well. People did not like Wuthering Heights. They said it was too wild, too animal-like. But
gradually it came to be considered one of the finest novels in the English language. Emily lived only a short while after the publication of the book, and Anne died in 1849. Charlotte published Shirley in 1849, and Villette in 1853. In 1854 she married Arthur Bell Nicholls. But only a year later, she died of tuberculosis(肺结核) as her sisters had. 56. We know from the text that . A. Jane Eyre was published in 1847 B. Charlotte Bronte wrote 22 books in all C. the Bronte sisters received good education D. Patrick Bronte helped his daughters with their writing 57. The underlined words “the other two” in the 5 th paragraph refer to . A. Shirley and Villette B. The Professor and Agnes Grey C. Agnes Grey and Wutheriing Heights D. The Professor and wuthering Heights 58. What do we know about the Bronte sisters from the text? A. Their novels interested few publishers. B. None of them had more than two books published. C. None of them lived longer than 40 years old. D. Emily was the least successful of the three. B Daredevil climber Alain Robert, known as the French Spiderman, stood strong winds and rain to climb the world’s tallest skyscraper, Taiper 101, Saturday. Robert, dressed in a red rain jacket, tights and climbing shoes, climbed up ropes hung down the side of the 101-storey, 1,667-foot office tower, reaching the top in around four hours. “It was a very big moment and I felt a lot of satisfaction though I was already so tired and nearly all of my muscles were painful. I felt completely eased,” said Robert after taking the ride down in one of the tower’s lifts, the world’s fastest. Several hundred onlookers and shoppers gathered at the base of the tower watching and cheering Roberts progress through live pictures on a large television screen. At times he disappeared from view as clouds passed by the top of the tower surrounding the upper storeys. The 42-year-old Frenchman has covered scores of well-known structures around the world including the Empire State Building and the Eiffel Tower–without permission or any safety equipment or ropes. This time Robert was wearing a harness(背带) fastened to safety ropes for the entire climb. He used the ropes to pull himself up most of the way, using his hands and feet to climb up the walls for only short sections. He said the management had requested he wear the ropes and safety equipment, which had also become necessary due to the rain making the windows and frames very slippery. Robert said he would not carry his pity the next time. 59. The text mainly tells us that . A. another world record was broken by a Frenchman. B. the French Spiderman climbed the world’s tallest building C. how Alain Robert got the name “daredevil” D. Alain Robert was praised for his great success 60. During his climbing up Taipei 101, Alai Robert . A. never felt tired all the time B. never used his hands and feet
C. had stayed somewhere for a short rest D. was not seen on the television screen sometimes 61. When Alain Robert climbed the Empire State Building, he was likely to A. use only his hands and feet B. be 42 years old C. carry some safety equipment D. get permission of someone 62. According to the text, we can infer that . A. Alain Robert spent three hours climbing Taipei 101 B. Alain Robert chose a rainy day on purpose C. Alain Robert will climb Taipei 101 a second time D. Alain Robert got lots of help from onlookers
C It is not often realized that women held a high place in southern European societies in the 10 th and 11 th centuries. As wife, the woman was protected by the setting up of a dowry (嫁妆) or decimum. Admittedly, the purpose of this was to protect her against the risk of desertion (遗弃)，but in reality its function in the social and family life of the time was much more important. The decimum was the wife’s right to receive a tenth of all her husband’s property. The wife had the right to withhold consent, in all transactions the husband would make, And more than just a right: the documents showed that she enjoyed a real power of decision, equal to that of her husband. In no case did the documents indicate any degree of difference in the legal status of husband and wife. The wife shared in the management of her husband’s personal property, but the opposite was not always true. Women seemed perfectly prepared to defend their own inheritance(遗产，继承物)against husbands who tried to exceed their rights, and on occasion they showed a fine fighting spirit. A case in point is that of Maria, Vivas, a Catalan woman of Barcelona. Having agreed with her husband Miro to sell a field she had inherited, for the needs of the household, she insisted on compensation. None being offered, she succeeded in dragging her husband to the scribe to have a contract duly drawn up assigning her a piece of land from Miro’s personal inheritance. The unfortunate husband was obliged to agree, as the contract says, “for the sake of peace.” Either through the dowry or through being hot-tempered, the Catalan wife knew how to win herself, within the context of the family, a powerful economic position. 63. A decimum was . A. the wife’s inheritance from her father B. a gift of money to the new husband C. a written contract D. the wife’s right to receive one-tenth of her husband’s property 64. In the society described in the passage, the legal standing of the wife in marriage was . A. higher than that of her husband B. lower than that of her husband C. the same as that of her husband D. higher than that of a single woman 65. What compensation did Maria Vivas get for the field? A. Some of the land Miro had inherited. B. A tenth of Miro’s land. C. Money for household expenses. D. Money from Miro’s inheritance. 66. Which of the following is Not mentioned as an effect of the dowry system?
A. The husband had to share the power of decision in marriage. B. The wife was protested from desertion. C. The wife gained a powerful economic position. D. The husband was given control over his wife’s property. D Years ago while lying in my hammock （吊床） drinking JD from the bottle, I noticed and my dog dragging something under the fence． Upon inspection, to my disappointment, I realized it was the next door neighbor' s 10 - year - old daughter' s rabbit．For years I had watched her come home from school and head straight out to its cage, free it and play with it in the yard．I knew that day would be no different and fearing for our dog, I had to think fast． The rabbit was quite dirty, as if it had put up quite a struggle, so I washed it, combed it with the dog brush and blew it dry with the leaf blower．Upon finishing its grooming I jumped the fence and replaced it back in its cage hoping its death would be written off as "natural caused"． Back to the hammock and JD．Within the hour the neighbor' s Volvo palled in as usual and out popped the little girl, and as usual she headed straight for the cage．Only this time she stopped about six feet away and screamed: " D - A - D - D – Y！！" ！ Her father, panic stricken, stood looking at the cage． Being the good neighbor that I am, I rushed to fence and asked if there was anything I could do． Her father less than calmly shouted, "What kind of sick individual would dig up a little girl's rabbit and put it back in its cage?" 67．The girl was shocked because _____． A．the rabbit was killed by someone B．the rabbit was too clean C．the dead rabbit was cleaned and put back into the cage D．the rabbit was asleep in the cage 68．That day the girl ran to the cage _____． A．because her rabbit was there B．because she．had a habit of going there to see her rabbit C．because she wanted to see her rabbit again D． ．because the rabbit was dead 69．We can infer that the rabbit ______． A．was alive before the writer saw his dog dragging it B．was already dead before the writer saw his dog dragging it C．was in the cage playing with the dog D．was at the fence seeking out for food before it was killed by the dog 70．According to the story, the writer _____． A．was helpful to his neighbor B．did a smart thing C．was honest D．made a mistake
E Gu Changwei was the first Chinese cinematographer to be nominated (提名) for an Oscar, he is regarded by Zhang Yimou as the best cinematographer in China. Gu was
behind the camera for many of Zhang Yimou’s famous films including the one that rocketed Zhang to fame: “Red Sorghum (高粱)”. And now this master of the visual has taken on his first directing role with the film “Peacock”. So Gu Changwei has come out from behind the camera into the spotlight (聚光灯). Gu Changwei is very serious about his directing “Peacock”. To get the authentic atmosphere, Gu took his film crew to the city of Anyang in central China’s Henan province where the story takes place, to shoot the film. He chose all new actors because he didn’t want “star” appeal to weaken the power of the story, and he also had his actors trained in the local dialect. For this film Gu has been able to get out from behind the camera to manage every aspect of the film, and to realize his own ideals in movie-making. “Peacock” is about the life of an average family in a small town in Henan province in the late 70s and early 80s. Gu chose this story for his first movie because he grew up during this same period and it struck a chord with him. “Peacock” wrapped up production in June, 2004. It’s aimed at the foreign film market and will be entered in February’s Berlin Film Festival, and released in China at the same time. But at the end of last October, Gu took “Peacock” to his Alma Mater, the Beijing Film Academy, one of the most famous film colleges in China, to hold a preview. The film was warmly received by both teachers and students. 71. The underlined word “cinematographer” refers to a person who _____. A. has been nominated for an Oscar B. uses a camera to shoot films C. directs first-class films D. arranges for cinema shows 72. Gu didn’t employ “stars” in his film because _____. A. stars usually stick to their own acting styles B. the stars may not be able to speak the local dialect C. the stars may share the audience’s attention with the story D. it was not easy for him, a fresh hand, to invite stars to join him 73. Gu chose such a story for his first movie because _____. A. he was born in the early 1970s B. he grew up in Henan province C. he was popular in Henan province D. the story had to do with his own experience 74. From the passage we can learn that “Peacock” _____. A. is the film for which Gu is likely to win an Oscar prize B. has already become popular both at home and abroad C. has its production started last summer D. will be publicly shown in spring, 2005 75. Please choose a proper title for this passage. A. From behind the camera into the spotlight B. Chinese cinematographer to be nominated for Oscar C. New faces to appear in “Peacock” D. “Peacock” to enter foreign film market
第四部分：任务型阅读（共 10 小题；每小题 l 分，满分 l0 分） 请认真阅读下列短文,并根据所读内容在文章后表格中的空格里填入一个最恰当的单词。 注意：每个空格只填 1 个单词。请将答案写在答题卡上相应题号的横线上。 Literature is a term used to describe written as well as spoken material．Generally speaking, it is often used to describe anything from creative imagination, including works of poetry, drama and fiction．
Then why read literature, since it is often imaginary and seems unconnected with real life? A lot of us read literature for pleasure and relaxation．It’s always pleasant to read some interesting books, such as comedies and novels, in our spare time．In a modern life full of pressure, it is our common desire to read some imaginary works and seek relaxation from the stress in life． Reading literature is more than fun; it also enables us to acquire knowledge．As a general rule, literature represents a language or a people, and it often gives us an insight（洞察力）into the traditions, customs, beliefs, attitudes and values of the age in which it was written． Sometimes literature can even offer us new, creative ways to have a better understanding of the world．It helps us make sense of the world around us．It introduces us to new worlds of experiences．We enjoy the comedy and the tragedy of poems, stories and plays; and we may even grow through our literary journey with books．Eventually, we may discover meaning in literature by looking at what the author says and how he/she says it． a sense, we explore the human condition In and analyze how and why people think the way they think and feel the way they feel．Literature enables us to think analytically and promotes open minds．We see the world through the eyes of different cultures and in turn learn the ways to deal with things that happen around． So we can definitely say literature is of great importance to us．Why not get going with one poem, drama or fiction at once? Topic （77） __________ of literature Types （76）___________ should we read literature? It describes anything, whether written or spoken, by using creative imagination． （78） , drama and fiction ▲To get pleasure and relaxation to get （80） _______ of pressure in life． ▲To gain （81） to make us learn about traditions, customs, beliefs, attitudes and values of the age in which it was written． ▲To offer people ways to （82） more of the world, to appreciate literary works, to grow through the literary journey, to discover meaning in literature, and even explore （ 83 ） ________ humans think and feel． ▲To help us think analytically and make us （ 84 ） _______ our minds． Why not start to read literature right now?
（79） _ reading literature
第五部分 书面表达 （满分 25 分） 最近，很多中学生都纷纷开起了自己的博客。一方面，博客可以作为展示自己的窗口， 可以释放学习的压力，因此已经被越来越多的中学生所接受。但是，另一方面，很多家长和 老师都认为管理个人博客要花相当多的时间和精力，会耽误学习。 请对这一现象进行简要介绍，并发表自己的看法。 注意：词数 120 左右 参考词汇：开博客 open one’s blog
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(76) Why (77) Definition (78) Poetry (79) Benefits / Advantages (80)rid (81)knowledge/information (82) understand (83) how (84) open (85) Suggestion / Advice/Tip 第五部分 One possible version: Nowadays , it is common that more and more high school students open their own blogs on the Internet. For one thing, it can provide a colorful platform to showcase their talent。For another, it is a useful way to release their pressure, and all this makes it more and more popular with high school students. But many parents and teachers hold the different view, they think that managing one’s blog will take a lot of time and energy, while this should be used to study, which is their main task. In my opinion, I am greatly in favor of this activity. Nowadays the Internet is playing an important and essential role in our life. Therefore as high school students of the so-called information age, we need to learn and make use of this meaningful tool to communicate and display ourselves. More importantly, opening and organizing blogs needs various abilities such as writing ,designing, being skillful at computer and so on. Only if we master those abilities can we make a successful blog. As a result, we improve ourselves during the procedures of organizing our blogs. Blog itself is of little harm. It is your attitude towards it that matters. We should take the advantages and avoid some bad effects