2 0 1 0 年 山 西 省 三 市 高 三 联 考 试 题 （卷）
说明： 本套试卷分第Ⅰ卷和第Ⅱ卷两部分，第Ⅰ卷为听力部分, 满分 30 分,作为 参考分，第 II 卷为笔试部分，满分 150 分，考试时间共 120 分钟。
2. 每小题选出答案后，用2B 铅笔把机读卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑，如需改动，
用橡皮擦干净后，再选涂其他答案标号。1－75小题答在机读卡上，在试题卷上 ．．．．． 做答无效。 ．．．．
听力理解（共两节，满分 30 分） 做题时，先将答案标在试卷上。录音内容结束后，你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的 答案转涂在机读卡上。 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 the woman? A. In her office. B. In bed. C. In an apartment. 2. What's the probable relationship between the two speakers? A. Teacher and student. B. Father and student. C. Doctor and patient. 3. When can the man see Dr. Smith? A. 8:30 B. 1:50. C. 11:30 4. What will the woman do? A. She will give him directions to the Browns. B. She will follow him. C. She will contact Mr. Brown. 5. What does the man want to do? A. To buy a plane ticket. B. To stay in London. C. To return a ticket to the woman. 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。每段对话后有几个小题， 从每题所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选 出最佳选项，并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话前， 你将有时间阅读各个小题，每 小题 5 秒钟；听完后，各小题给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话读两遍。 听第 6 段材料，回答第 6 和第 7 题
6. Why did the man call the waitress? A. Because he wanted to pay the bill. 7. What did the man find wrong? A. The waitress brought him the wrong bill. 听第7段材料，回答第8至第9题 8. What are the two speakers going to do now? A. To meet Howard. A. Talkative. B. To eat something. B. Unfriendly.
B. Because he found a mistake in the bill.
C. Because he was not satisfied with the expensive food.
B. The waitress didn't give him the correct change.
C. He was overcharged.
C. To walk around town. C. Lazy.
9. What kind of man is Howard? 听第8段材料，回答第10至第12题 10. Where did the man live before? A. In Oak Creek apartments. rented.
B. In a student dorm.
C. In a house he
11. Where do two of the man's roommates come from? A. Italy and Japan. B. Hong Kong and America. C. Brazil and Japan. C. He has a car. 12. Why does the man do the shopping? A. He doesn't like cooking. B. He likes shopping. 听第9段材料，回答第13至第16题 1 3. How many children does the woman have? A. Three sons and two daughters. B. Three daughters and two sons. C. Three daughters and one son. 14. How does the woman feel about her children? A. She is proud of them. B. She is disappointed with them. C. She is tired with them. 15. Which is true according to the dialogue? A. Laura is a secretary. B. Rita works in a library. C. Roland works for an airline. 16. According to the dialogue, which countries has Jerry been to? A. Russia, Greece, Austria and France. B. France, Germany, Greece and Russia. C. France, America, Greece and Russia. 听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至第 20 题 17. Whom is the girl talking about? A. Her father. A. Kind but talkative. B. Her grandfather. C. Her brother. C. Kind and cheerful. 18. What was the man like when the girl was small? B. Careless but kind. 19. What is the man always doing now?
A. Expressing dissatisfaction. 20. How old is the girl now? A. Six. B. Sixteen.
B. Helping others.
C. Telling jokes. C. Seventeen.
第一部分：英语知识运用（共两节，满分 55 分） 第一节 单项填空 （共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 分） 从Ａ、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项，并在机读卡上将该项涂黑。 21. Wouldn't it be ______ wonderful world if all nations lived in ____ peace with one another? A. a ; / A. differ A. hand in —_____. A. I see B. No problem C. Forget it D. You’re welcome 25. --- Where is Jack? I can’t find him anywhere. --- He ______ his homework upstairs. A. might have done B. must have done 26. — _________ Betty this morning?
B. the ; /
C. a; the B. difference B. result in
D. the; the C. different C. lie in D. differently D. lead in
22. However _____ they are designed, pens should function as a tool to write with. 23. Saying “hello” to somebody today can _____ a new friend tomorrow. 24.—I'm sorry I broke the glass.
C. might be doing
D. must do
— Not yet, but she is sure to be here before noon. A. Did you see B. Will you see C. Do you see D. Have you seen 27. The US auto (汽车) industry, a symbol of the American spirit, narrowly escaped a sudden breakdown, _____ China has become the world's top automaker. A. when B. while C. but D. although 28. The H1N1 flu, often _____ “swine flu” by the public media, is a disease which can be prevented, controlled and cured. A. calls B. to call C. calling D. called 29. There is no _____ that the Chinese people will present to the world a successful, splendid and unforgettable exposition（博览会）. A. belief B. way C. doubt D. need 30. Confucius Constitute is a worldwide non-profit （非营利的）organization, _____ the Chinese government set up to popularize（推广）the teaching of Chinese and spread the Chinese culture. A. that B. it C. one D. ones 31. After the military parade(阅兵) at the Tian’anmen Square, the soldiers and the equipment returned _____ they belong. A. the place B. where C. there 32. The food was good, _______ he had little appetite (食欲). D. what
C. however C. much bigger
D. but D. many enough
33. I haven’t got ____ nails to mend the cupboard. I need another three. A. enough big B. big enough 34. It was only in 1997 A. that; that J. K. Rowling completed the first Harry Potter story, C. when; that D. when; which
_______ was also known as Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. B. that; which 35. Sometimes we are asked ______ we think the likely result of an action will be. A. that B. what C. which D. whether 第二节：完型填空（共 20 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 40 分） 阅读下面短文，从短文后各题所给的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中选出可以填入空白的 最佳选项，并在机读卡上将该项涂黑。 One day a young man called Jim was told to take the He was 37 was in love with a beautiful girl. “If only I could find a there is something crossed his mind. The next morning Jim got to the 40 on time and was led into a large room. He 41 to read it. hurriedly found a seat to sit down and took out an out-of-date newspaper, and sharp look at him. Then in a 42 39 36 38 examination the next day. to make the doctor believe so much that he couldn’t get to sleep. He wouldn’t join the army because he with my body,” he thought and thought. Suddenly, a good idea
Soon it was his turn to be examined. When he came up to the doctor, the old man took a quick he ordered Jim to take off his clothes, go straight to 43 45 up to the check? Jim 46 it to a corner and sit down on a chair there. No sooner had he seated himself on the chair than he heard the doctor murmuring to his assistant: “Finished! The boy is standard.” “How can you draw such a 44 like that before you give me a shouted at the doctor. “Don’t be impetuous(冲动), young man! Put on your clothes, and then I’ll you,” the doctor said 48
47 .“You said we didn’t examine you carefully, but I don’t think it 49 . When you were asked to go and sit on the chair, 50 , you were
for us to do that. When I told you in a low voice to take off your clothes, you did it as
I told you. It shows you have good
you did so, too. It shows you can see any subject within a certain distance. 51 52 , you’re perfect in mind and body.”
found reading the newspaper just now, and we are certain you are a man of intelligence. Half a year later, Jim was killed on the battlefield. At the news his girlfriend nearly went . She kept weeping. “Don’t be like that, my dear.” It was an old man’s 53 voice. “Your Jim died a real man. He 54 his life to the people all over the world. It is right that we should be proud of him…” Saying this, the old man, her father, was choked(哽咽). His only 36. 37. 55 was that he had never had Jim know who he was. This old man was the medical B. intelligent B. troubled C. physical C. frightened D. ability D. delighted
officer who had given Jim the health check. A. blood A. excited
38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54.
A. way A. new A. hospital A. beginning A. hurry A. hardly A. information A. quick A. give A. calmly A. necessary A. eyes A. So A. In short A. angry A. kind A. spent
B. person B. good B. camp B. pretending B. breath B. never B. suggestion B. slow B. explain B. coldly B. honest B. ears B. Therefore B. In word B. bad B. loud B. saved
C. problem C. right C. office C. deciding C. whisper C. not C. decision C. careful C. say C. happily C. good C. head C. Besides C. In the end C. excited C. low C. devoted
D. question D. wrong D. army D. wanting D. flash D. quite D. conclusion D. careless D. bring D. quietly D. right D. body D. However D. In total D. mad D. sad D. killed D. wish
55. A. dream B. regret C. hope 第二部分：阅读理解（共 20 题，每小题 3 分，满分 60 分） 卡上将该项涂黑。 A
阅读下列短文，从每题所给的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中，选出最佳选项，并在机读
The part of the earth’s history known as the coal age began more than 250 million years ago and lasted millions of years. During that time, in the area that is now the United States, coal beds formed from Texas to the north Atlantic coast. At that time thick forests swamps（沼泽） covered much of the earth’s surface. Great trees died and fell into the swamps. Then they rotted （腐烂）and new trees and plants grew on top of them. The process repeated itself for thousands of years. The rotted plants turned into a substance called peat（泥炭）, which is still forming today in many swamps. Meanwhile the land surface was changing. Movement in the earth’s crust (地壳) pushed up hills in some places, while elsewhere land sank. Swift rivers ran from the hills; heavy rains fell and the rivers overflowed, leaving muddy sand in the sunken wooded places and swamps. Oceans, too, poured in over the low-lying land, carrying sand that covered the peaty areas. The pressure of water and sand pressed the oxygen and hydrogen out of the peat, leaving carbon. Under constant pressure, the r otted material, containing a high percentage of carbon, formed gradually into coal. 56. This main idea of the passage is about the ______. A. coal beds in the U.S. A. grew up again C. fell into coal beds B. earth’s history C. formation of coal D. swamp age 57. When plants died, they _____. B. fell into the water and rotted D. turned immediately to coal
58. Hills were formed as a result of _____. A. movements of the earth’s crust C. the remaining from swift rivers B. the remaining from swamps D. ocean currents
59. What is implied but not stated in the passage?
A. Peat is still forming today. B. The formation of coal requires high pressure. C. The land surface changed during the coal age. D. The formation of coal was very rapid.
B Good news for game lovers― a tank game has come out recently. In this game you are in a tank and the screen shows your view of the landscape outside. You gain points by shooting enemy tanks, supertanks, missiles (导弹) and flying saucers（飞碟）. Expert players can gain scores of around 150,000 points at this game. To get a high score you have to destroy twenty tanks as quickly as possible. After this, the supertanks, missiles and flying saucers appear. These are worth far more points than the ordinary tanks. However, the number of tanks you have to destroy before the supertanks appear varies on different machines. Try to get close to an enemy tank from the side or the back, so it cannot shoot at you. Then, when you get close, turn to face it, line it up in your sights and fire before it turns to shoot at you. If you miss or are too slow, quickly escape by moving out of the enemy's line of fire. You can then move around the enemy and come in from another side. When a supertank appears, try to destroy it as quickly as possible. Then wait safely behind an obstacle 障碍物） a missile or flying saucer. The cubes are useful objects to hide （ for behind as you can fire over them with out exposing yourself to danger. The missiles will fly straight at you, but they are difficult to hit, so do not shoot at them until they are quite close. The saucers are much easier to hit, but do not follow them as you will be open to attack from enemy tanks. 60. This passage is an / a ______ about a game. A. instruction B. liberation C. tradition D. construction 61. If you hide behind the cubes during an attack, which of the following may not happen? A. Avoiding being exposed to danger C. Firing over missiles or flying saucers A. many more points C. an ordinary tank A. hit a flying saucer C. fire straight at a missile B. Destroying a missile D. Being hit by a missile
62. If you can destroy a supertank, missile or flying saucer, you will get_____. B. a machine to play with D. nothing B. run after a flying saucer D. shoot at enemy tanks C Walking down any of Shanghai’s main shopping streets this week, newcomers might think the locals have been celebrating Christmas for centuries. Christmas may not be a
63. From the last sentence we can see that you are likely to be attacked by tanks if you_____.
customary holiday in China, but businessmen in Shanghai know it will bring something more valuable than tradition: people are willing to spend money. Most Chinese may feel little connection with the Christmas celebration, but with most shops offering discount (折扣), the message couldn’t be clearer-- it is the season to part with one’s hard-earned cash. Much of that marketing drive is directed towards thousands of foreigners and foreign companies that call Shanghai home. But for Shanghai’s 13 million locals, regardless of personal interest, there seems no avoiding the season’s commercial greetings. Along some major roads, nearly every shop window displays some symbols to the holiday: a man-made fir tree(杉树) with lights, or a snowman. With an increasing number of westerners arriving in the city for work, young Shanghainese, eager to keep pace with the latest western fashions, have begun to show their interest in Christmas. But some people still don’t think Christmas is an important festival in China. At least it is less important than the New Year and China’s Spring Festival. 64. Why are people willing to spend money during Christmas?
A. They have earned a lot of money. B. Goods are much cheaper during this period of time. C. It is time for shops to sell goods. D. Businessmen like Christmas.
65. Which of the following statements is TRUE?
A. Christmas is the season people will hold their hard-earned money tightly. B. Most Chinese people think they have something to do with Christmas. C. Christmas is the season for common people to earn money. D. Few Chinese people feel they are connected with Christmas celebrations.
66. Why do some young Shanghainese show great interest in Christmas?
A. They think themselves connected with Christmas celebrations. B. They think Christmas is more important than New Year’s Day. C. They want to follow the up-to-date western fashions. D. They want to part with their hard-earned cash during Christmas.
67. From the first paragraph we know that _______.
A. It is difficult for most people to earn money. B. It is easy for most people to earn money. C. Only foreigners in Shanghai celebrate Christmas. D. Christmas will be as important as China’s Spring Festival.
D Julia Roberts was born on October 28, 1967 in Georgia, USA, and she earned an Oscar nomination(提名) for her performance in 1989’s Steel Magnolias. Later in 1990, she starred in the sad romantic comedy Pretty Woman. The film was an international hit and Roberts became a household name. But her later films, particularly Dying Young (1991), were of a decidedly uneven quality. In 1993, Julia Roberts married country singer Lyle Lovett and then made a successful come back in The Pelican Brief (1993). But her next two movies in the following year,
Pre-a-Porter and I Love Trouble proved to be critical( 评 论 的 ) and commercial disappointment. Roberts’ bad luck continued when Mary Reilly (1996) failed at the box office. But her career began to pick up again with Michael Collins and Conspiracy Theory (both 1996). In 1997, Roberts made a successful return in comedy My Best Friend’s Wedding and continued her quick rise in 1999 with Noting Hill and Runaway Bride. Both films helped to further restore Roberts to her status (地位) as the most shining woman in Hollywood. Her biggest success comes from Erin Brockovich. For the excellent performance she made in it Julia Roberts was given the Oscar Best Leading Actress Award on March 25, 2001. Now Julia Roberts looks on course to win her 10th award for favorite female movie star at this year’s People’s Choice Awards on Sunday in Los Angeles. 68. Which of the following movies made Julia Roberts an international name? A. Steel Magnolias C. Pretty Woman B. Erin Brockovich D. I Love Trouble
69. Why was Julia Roberts given the Oscar Best Leading Actress Award in 2001? A. Because she made an excellent performance in Erin Brockovich B. Because she has become a household film star C. Because she is the prettiest woman in the Hollywood D. Because she has been wealthy and well-known 70. The underlined phrase “pick up” in the text means ________.
B. stand up
71. The underlined sentence means that _______.
A. Julia Roberts is going in the right direction B. Julia Roberts looks more beautiful C. Julia Roberts is looking for methods D. Julia Roberts looks very happy
E “Migrant workers”(外来务工人员) is a familiar term for 17-year-old Shi Jian. Her father and uncle often talk about the problems surrounding this group of peop le. However, Shi cares more about the children of these migrant workers. Last year Shi’s housekeeper’s daughter had to give up her schooling in Beijing because she would not be allowed to sit the national college entrance exam. She was forced to con tinue her high school education in her hometown in Sichuan Province. Shi thinks the current law is unfair for migrant workers’ children, as it prevents them from studying at public schools, unless their parents pay huge sums. So, Shi decided to do a survey of migrant workers so that she could find some solutions to help solve the problem. In the last six months Shi spoke to 186 migrant workers in Beijing. Her interviewees include babysitters, guards, keepers, supermarket clerks, house cleaners and construction site workers. Shi found out that 55 of them were parents. Among this group, only eight have children who attend schools in Beijing. The other 47 had to leave children with relatives in the countryside. However, 40 of the 47 would like to enroll(使入学) their children in city schools.
From her interviews, Shi found that the workers’ lowest income was 400 yuan each month. Over one-third earn a monthly wage of or below 1000 yuan. “Even schools for migrant workers’ children charge more than public schools. Morever, parents constantly worry about these schools closing or relocating,” she explained. Shi has recently completed a report about her survey, in which she makes a series of recommendations. “The government can set up public schools for migrants’ children equal to schools for city children. Second, to offset(弥补) migrant workers’ very low pay, public schools should offer them special rates so they can afford their children’s tuition(学费). 72. What drove Shi to do the survey of migrant workers? A. Her curiosity about migrant workers’ lives B. She was asked to do a survey of migrant workers as part of a school project. C. Her housekeeper’s daughter was forced to move to her hometown to continue studying. D. She wanted to draw people’s attention and become famous 73. According to Shi’s survey, most migrant workers’ kids _____. A. don’t live together with their parents B. attend schools near their parents’ working places C. have to help their parents support the family D. always do better in schools than children from the city. 74. All of the following prevent migrant workers’ kids from attending schools in cities EXCEPT_____. A. their parents’ low income B. their lack of confidence to face the fierce competitions in city schools C. schools’ high tuitions D. that schools for migrant workers’ children may close or relocate 75. Shi suggested in her survey that _____. A. more private schools for migrants’ children should be built B. more money should be collected for migrants’ children C. children’s tuition should be reduced D. students from the city and the countryside should be encouraged to communicate more
2 0 1 0 年 三 市 高 三 联 考 试 题 （卷）
英 语 答 题 卡
第三部分： 写作（共两节， 满分35分） 第一节 短文改错（共10小题；每小题1分，满分10分）
此题要求改正所给短文中的借误。对标有题号的每一行作出判断：如无错误，在该 行右边横线上画一个勾（√）；如有错误（每行只有一个错误），则按下列情况改正： 此行多一个词：把多余的词用斜线（\）划掉，在该行右边横线上写出该词，并也 用斜线划掉。 此行缺一个词：在缺词处划一个漏字符（^），在该行右边横线上写出该加的词。 此行错一个词：在错的词下划一横线，在该行右边横线上写出改正后的词。 注意：原行没有错的不要改。 I still remember special experience when I was a pupil. One day, as I does something wrong, my teacher was very angry and decided to have a talk with my father and me. When I got home, I dared not to tell the truth. I told my father that there would be a parents meeting in the evening and the students should take part in, too. My father believed what I said. So in the evening, he was good dressed and took me to school. At the school gate, father was puzzling seeing no other parents. I had to say him the truth. At that time, I realized that tell a lie couldn’t solve any problem. 第二节：书面表达（共一题，满分25分） 高中生活即将结束，大学生活很快开始，请你根据提示写一篇词数为100左右的英 语短文， 表达你对高中生活的遗憾和对未来的打算。 内容包括以下要点， 不要逐字翻译， 可以适当增减。第一句话已给出，不计入总词数。 76.__________ 77.__________ 78.__________ 79.__________ 80.__________ 81.__________ 82.__________ 83.__________ 84.__________ 85.__________
1. 注重学习多，注重其它方面少, 如：社会活动，体育锻炼等； 2. 暑假中要参加一些公益活动， 如：帮助小学生学习，帮老人做事，做志愿者等； 3. 大学生活的计划: 努力学习，生活自理，和老师同学相处好。
Before graduation, I feel an urge to talk about my regrets for the senior hi gh school and the plan for my college goals.
2 0 1 0 年 三 市 高 三 联 考 试 题 （卷）
单项填空： 1—5 BDBAA 21-25 ADBCC 完形填空： 36-40 CBADA 41-45 BCDDC 46-50 BAABC 51-55ADDCB 阅读理解： 56-59 CBAB 60-63 ADAB 64-67 BDCA 68-71 CADA 72-75 CABC 短文改错： 76. special 前加 a 77. does 改为 did 78. 正确 79. 去掉 to 80. parents 改为 parents’ 81. 去掉 in; 或在 in 后加 it 82. good 改为 well 83. puzzling 改为 puzzled 84. say 改为 tell 85. tell 改为 telling 书面表达： Before graduation, I feel an urge to talk about my regrets for the senior high school and the plan for my college goals. Thinking of the three years in my senior high, I find that I’ve focused too much on my lessons but paid so little attention to other aspects such as social activities, physical exercise, and my parents. In the summer vacation, I’m going to do some voluntary work. I will help school students with their studies. I will also help old people do what they can’t do by themselves. After I enter college, I will learn to live on my own, for I will be away from my parents. Above all, I will study hard and get along well with all my classmates and teachers at college. I am sure I can be good at my major and reach my goals. 6-10 BCAAB 26-30 DBDCC 11-15 CCBAC 31-35 BDABB 16-20 ABCAB