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高三英语月考试卷3月月考

09-10学年高三英语月考试题Mar.19201*

第一卷:基础知识(共三部分,总分115分)

第一部分:听力理解(共30分)第一节

听下面5段对话。每段对话后有一道小题,从每题所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项。听完每段对话后,你将有10秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话你将听一遍。1.Wheredidthewomangoyesterday?

A.ToashopB.Tothehospital2.Whyisthegirlupset?

A.ShefailedanexamB.Hermotherisill.

C.ToMary’shouse

th

14.ForwhatproblemscanpeopledialtheAA24-hourservice?

A.Problemsintheforest.B.Problemsontheroad.C.Problemsathome.

15.Whatcanthetouristauthorityhelpthetouristsfind?A.Wheretotravel.第三节听取信息

B.Wheretoeat.

C.Wheretoaccommodate.

听下面一段对话,请根据题目要求,从所听到的内容中获取必要的信息,填入标号为16-20的空格中。听录音前,你将有10秒钟的阅读时间,录音读两遍。你将有60秒钟的作答时间。ThelostthingWhendidheloseitWheredidheloseitDetailslengthcolorotherscoat16morningonthesubwayfull-lengthbrownwithacheckthickfurry19coatlastweekonthe___17____three-quartergreyanda_20__beltraincoatthismorninginapark\\____18____C.Hermotherwasangrywithher.

3.Whatdoesthewomanthinkofherwriting?

A.Therestofitisdifficult.

B.Itisherbestwork.

C.Itgoeswell.

4.Whatarethespeakersmainlytalkingabout?A.Someflowers.B.Abirthdaygift.

withawhitebeltandawithbigblackbuttonswithasilkliningC.Afestival.

第二部分: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.Ithinkwhoevermakesgreatercontributionstothecompanythananyoftheothersshouldget_______

income.

A.ahighestB.ahigherC.thehighestD.thehigher

22.Shehaspublishedmorethan20books___________novels,poetryandliterarycriticism.

A.exceptB.includingC.butD.besides23.Theexperimentisofparticularimportance.

Isee.Wewillcarryonwithit,_____wecangetenoughmoney.

A.unlessB.thoughC.whetherD.until

24.Idon’twanttobeinterrupted,formypaperisduetomorrow.If____askswhereIam,justsayI’vegoneout.A.someoneB.anyoneC.everyoneD.noone

25.TheresearchonH1N1fluvirusvaccineischallenginganddemanding.Whodoyouthinkcandothe

job?________mystudentshaveatry?

A.WillB.ShallC.Must

D.May

5.Wheredoestheconversationprobablytakeplace?

A.Atastore.B.Atapostoffice.C.Atanairport.第二节

听下面3段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后几道小题,从每题所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项。听每段对话或独白前,你将有5秒钟的时间阅读每一小题。听完后,每小题将给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白你将听两遍。听第6段材料,回答第6至8题。6.Howdidthemanknowtheadvertisement?

A.OntheInternet.

B.Fromthenewspaper.

C.OnTV.

C.Anassistantsalesmanager.

7.WhatdidthemanworkasinP&G?

A.Asalesmanager.B.Anassistantsecretary.8.Howmuchdoesthemanexpectashisstartingsalary?A.$350aweek.B.$250aweek.听第7段材料,回答第9至11题。

9.Whendidthemanexperiencetheearthquake?

A.Fiveyearsago.B.Twoyearsago.C.Tenyearsago.10.Whatwasthemandoingwhentheearthquakehappened?

A.Hewassleeping.

B.Hewashavingclass.

C.Hewashavingsupper.

11.Whatdoesthewomanthinkoftheman’sexperience?A.Itwasscary.B.Itwasexciting.C.Itwasinteresting.听第8段材料,回答第12至15题。

12.Whatisthenumberforaskingforflightinformation?

A.0800000123

B.08700000123

C.087000000123

C.Coachtimesandfare.

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C.$150aweek.

26.Ononeoccasion,astheywerereturningfromworktheyslippedinto_________cinema,andfromthenon_________cinemabecametheirfavouriteformofentertainment.A.不填;aB.the;不填C.a;a

D.a;the

27.LangPing,whoissaidtohavestartedhercoachingcareerinAmerica,____volleyballinChinaforalmost

twentyyears.

A.playedB.haveplayedC.wasplayingD.hadplayed

28.Theproject________bytheendof201*willexpandthecity’stelephonenetworktocover2,000,000users.

A.beingaccomplishedB.tobeaccomplishedC.accomplishedD.havingbeenaccomplished29.-Doyouagreewithherideaatthemeeting?

-Absolutely,whatshe’sjustsaidistheveryideaIwanttoexpress.

13.Whatinformationcanbegotbynumber08457484950?A.Traintimesandfare.B.Shiptimesandfare.

A.thatB.whatC.whichD.why

30.AspecialdinnertheremightincludeChineseporkdish,BritishroastbeefandFrench-stylevegetables.Boiled

rice____justeverything.A.isservedwithB.willserveC.serveswithD.isserved

31.WhenaskedthereasonformovingtotheUSA,Beckhamsaid,―Soccerishugeallroundtheworldapart

fromAmerica,sothat"sIwanttomakeadifference.‖

A.howB.whyC.whatD.where

32.Recentlythegovernmenthaspaidmuchattentiontotheproblemwithfoodsafetywearelookingforwardto

seeing_____.A.settling

B.settleC.settledD.tosettle

33.Ifthepresentunemployment_____continue,thesocietywouldfaceamoredifficultsituation.

A.wouldB.shouldC.mightD.could

34.Yesterdaymorning,Gabby,managerofacompany,didn"tgotoherofficeattheusualtime._______,she

metsomefriendsandtalkeduntil9a.m.

A.Meanwhile

B.HoweverC.InsteadD.Yet

35.______onceayear,whetheritisacarorabusoratruck,istherulethateverydrivermustobeyinourcity.A.ExaminingB.ExaminedC.HavingbeenexaminedD.Beingexamined第二节完形填空(共20小题:每小题1.5分,共30分)

ALESSONFROMAFROGTALE

Agroupoffrogswerejumpingthroughthewoodswhentwoofthemfellintoadeephole.Alloftheotherfrogs36aroundtheholetoseewhatcouldbedonetohelptheir37.Whentheysawhowdeeptheholewas,therestofthegroup38thatitwashopelessandtoldthetwofrogsintheholethattheyshouldpreparethemselvesfortheirfate(命运),becausetheywereasgoodas39.Unwillingtoacceptthisterriblefate,thetwofrogsbegantojumpwithalloftheir40.Someofthefrogsshoutedintotheholethatitwas41,andthatthetwofrogswouldn’tbeinthat42iftheyhasbeenmorecareful.

Theotherfrogscontinued43shoutingthattheytwoshouldsavetheir44andgiveup,sincetheywerealreadyasgoodasdead.Thetwofrogs45jumpingashardastheycould,andafterseveralhoursofhopeless46theywerequitetired.

Finally,oneofthetwofrogsfollowedthecallsofhisfellows.Disheartened,helaydownatthe47ofthehole,anddiedastheotherslookedoninhelplesssorrow.Theotherfrogcontinuedtojumpwitheverybitofenergyhehad,48hewascompletelywornout.Hiscompanionsbegananewshoutingtohimtoaccepthisfate,stopthepainand49die.Thefrogjumpedharderandharderand,wonderofwonders,finallyjumpedso50thathesprangfromthehole.51,theotherfrogscelebratedhisunbelievablefreedomandthengatheringaroundhimasked,―Whydidyoucontinuejumpingwhenwetoldyouitwasimpossible?‖52theirlips,theastonishedfrogexplainedtothemthathewasdeaf,andthatwhenhesawtheirgesturesandshouting,hethoughttheywere53himon.Whathehadgotas54inspiredhimtotryharderandfinallysucceeded.

Thissimplestorycontainsapowerfullesson.Yourencouragingwordscan55someoneupandhelphimorhermakeitthroughtheday.36.A.jumped

37.A.relatives38.A.agreed39.A.alive40.A.mind41.A.harmless42.A.action43.A.sorrowfully44.A.time45.A.stopped46.A.climb47.A.top48.A.while49.A.just50.A.great51.A.Pleased52.A.Looking53.A.cheering54.A.treatment55.A.hold

B.companionsB.addedB.deadB.skillB.endlessB.situationB.painfullyB.resourceB.continuedB.waitB.edgeB.howeverB.stillB.wellB.SatisfiedB.ReadingB.praising

B.entertainmentB.lift

C.neighborsC.quarreledC.awakeC.strengthC.carelessC.directionC.carefullyC.energyC.avoidedC.fightC.bottomC.thereforeC.yetC.farC.AmazedC.SeeingC.persuadingC.achievementC.bring

A

D.familiesD.doubtedD.calmD.forceD.hopelessD.competitionD.helpfullyD.supplyD.startedD.effortD.sideD.althoughD.evenD.highD.AmusedD.CheckingD.supportingD.encouragementD.build

Ahandsomemiddle-agedmanwalkedquietlyintothecaféandsatdown.Beforeheordered,hecouldn"thelpbutnoticeagroupofyoungermenatthetablenexttohim.Itwasobvioustheyweremakingfunofsomethingabouthim,anditwasn"tuntilherememberedhewaswearingasmallpinkribbon(丝带)onthelapelofhissuitthathebecameawareofwhatthejokewasallabout.

Themanpretendednottonoticeit,butthewhisperandlaughterbegantogettohim.Helookedoneoftherudeyoungmenstraightintotheeye,placedhishandbeneaththeribbonandasked,"This?"

Withthattheyoungmenallbegantolaughoutloud.Themanhespoketosaid,"Hey,sorryman,butwewerejustcommentingonhowprettyyourlittlepinkribbonlooksagainstyourbluejacket!"

Themiddle-agedmancalmlyinvitedthejokertocomeovertohistable,andpolitelyseatedhim.Asuncomfortableashewas,theyoungguyhadto,notreallysurewhy.Inasoftvoice,themiddle-agedmansaid,"Iwearthisribbontobringawarenessaboutbreastcancer.Iwearitinmymother"shonor."

―Oh,sorrydude.Shediedofbreastcancer?‖

―No,shedidn"t.She"saliveandwell.Butherbreastsnourishedmeasababy,andwereasoftrestingplaceformyheadwhenIwasscaredorlonelyasalittleboy.I"mverygratefulformymother"sbreasts,andherhealth.‖―Umm,‖thestrangerreplied,―yeah.‖

"AndIwearthisribbontohonormywife",themancontinued.

"Andshe"sokay,too?"theotherguyasked.

"Oh,yes.She"sfine.Withherbreasts,shenurturedandnourishedourdaughter23yearsago.I’mgratefulformywife"sbreasts,andherhealth."

"Uh,huh.AndIguessyouwearittohonoryourdaughter,also?"

"No.It"stoolatetohonormydaughterbywearingitnow…….‖Shakenandashamed,theyoungguysaid,

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B.hungC.rushedD.gathered"Oh,I"msosorry,mister."

―So,inmydaughter’smemory,too,Iproudlywearthislittleribbon,whichallowsmetheopportunitytoenlightenothers.Andhere…‖Withthis,hereachedinhispocketandhandedtheyoungmanalittlepinkribbon.Theyoungguylookedatit,slowlyraisedhisheadandasked,―……?‖56.Theyoungmenjokedaboutthemiddleagedman’s.

A.looksB.ribbon

C.attitude

D.clothes

57.Whatmayhavehappenedtotheman’sdaughter?A.Shediedofbreastcancer.B.Shewasillwithcancer.C.Shehadgoneabroad.D.Shegotmarried.

58.Whatwilltheyoungmanprobablyaskattheendofthestory?

A.MayIgiveittomymother?B.Canyouhelpmeputiton?

C.Willyoupleaseforgiveme?D.Shallwehavesomedrinktogether?59.Whatisthebesttitleforthepassage?

A.AnUnusualMeeting

B.AnImpressiveLesson

B

AspecialpolicyaimedatkeepingRosevillePoliceofficersintopphysicalconditioncouldstartbecomingusualandstatewideasaresultofalawwhichhasbeenformallysuggestedbeforetheCaliforniaAssembly(议会).

AB2183,putforwardbyAssemblymanToddSpitzer,wouldsetaside$10millionforthecreationofanewvoluntaryfitnessprogramaimedatshapingupCalifornia’s75,000peaceofficers.Spitzer,aformerofficerwiththeLosAngelesPoliceDepartment,saidthecostoftheprogramwouldbebalancedoutbythemillionsofdollarssavedinmedicalcostsanddisabilitypaymentsforinjuredandout-of-shapeofficers.

ForRosevillePoliceofficers,physicalfitnessisn’tjustadvised.It’sarequiredpartofanofficer’sday.Eachofficermustspendanhourinthedepartmentgymbeforeeachworkingperiod.―We’retryingtobreakthattypicaldonut(多纳圈)shopimagehere.‖RosevillePoliceChiefJoelNevessaid.

Andmostofficersdon’tseemtomindkeepinginshapeaspartoftheirdailyduties.―Wehavesomeofficersherethatare50yearsoldrunningafive-minutemile,‖Lt.MikeAllisonsaid.―They’reingreatshape.Itisaculturethatisexpectednow.‖NevessaidtherequiredworkoutsalsoattractsomehighqualitypeoplewhohavejustjoinedtheRosevilleforce.―WecantrulytakethebestofthebestandbringthemtoRoseville,‖Nevessaid.―It’snotjustthefitnesslevel.Onthewhole,it’sthebeliefoftheemployeesinwork.‖

However,peoplewhoobjecttotheideainsistthatputtingtaxpayerdollarstowardkeepingofficersfitisn’tmoneywellspent.―Thisisanextraordinaryrip-off(敲竹杠)oftaxpayers,‖JonCoupalwiththeHowardJarvisTaxpayersAssociationsaid.―Ithinkpoliceofficersalsoneedagoodnight’ssleep,butdoesthatmeantaxpayersshouldbepayingfortheirbeds?Idon’tthinkso.‖

AB2183passeditsfirstvoteintheCommitteeonPublicSafetyearlierthismonthandhasbeenpassedtotheAssemblyAppropriationsCommittee.60.Whatdoesthespecialpolicyaimat?

A.Affectingthebehaviorandattitudesofpoliceofficers.B.AttractinghighqualitypeopletotheRosevilleforce.C.Savingmillionsofdollarsforthepolicedepartment.

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D.Helpingthepoliceofficersinthestatestayfit.

61.WecaninferfromParagraph4thatRosevillePoliceofficershave______.

A.acceptedexercisingaspartoftheircultureB.hadabetterattitudetowardssocietyC.beenabletorunafive-minutemileD.createdanewstatewideculture62.Somepeopleareagainstthepolicybecausethey______.

A.wanttheirtaxestobeusedproperlyB.resistshapingupamongthepoliceofficersC.areawareofbeingcheatedbythegovernmentD.dislikesupportingthegovernmenttosavemoney63.Whatisthebesttitleforthepassage?

A.AGreatProgramIsPutForwardB.ASpecialPolicyPassedItsFirstVoteC.OfficersMayBeRequiredToWorkOutD.PoliceOfficersAreInFavorOfAB2183

C

WhenTVprogramsreportwarsordisaster,theeditorsrarelyusethemosthorrifyingpicturesofdeadorwoundedvictimsbecausetheydon’twanttoupsettheirviewers.Evenso,viewersareusuallywarnedinadvancethatthey―mayfindsomeofthesedisturbing‖sotheycanlookawayiftheychoose,butthemenandwomenwhosejobsaretorecordthosescenes-theTVcameramenhavenosuchchoice.Itistheirdutytowitnessthehorrorsofthewarandrecordthem,nomatterhowgruesomeandunpleasanttheymaybeconsequently.Itisoneofthemostdangerous,exposedandemotionallytaxingjobthattheworldoffers.Today,thedemandfortheirworkisrising.Theexplosionofsatellitebroadcastingand24hournewsinrecentyearshascreatedanalmostinsatiabledemandforTVinformation.ButmajorbroadcastersandtheTVnewsagencies-suchasReutersandWTN-haveneverhadenoughstafftomeettheworldwidedemandforup-to-datepictures,soincreasinglytheyturnto―freelance‖TVcameramen.Thesefreelancecameramenareindependentoperatorstiedtonoparticularorganization.Theywillworkforanycompanywhichhiresthemforjustafewhoursorforseveralweeksinawarzone.Butiffreelancecameramanisinjuredinthecourseofthejob,theTVcompanyisnotresponsibleforhim.Thefreelancermustsurviveonhisown.

―TVwillalwaysneedhard,vividmovingpictureswhicharefresh,butthesecompaniesfeeluncomfortablewithlargenumbersofemployeesontheirbooks,‖explainsNikGrowing,onceforeigneditorforBritain’sChannel4NewsandnowaBBCnewspresenter.

―Byhiringfreelancers,theycanbuyintheskillstheyneedonlywhentheyneedthem.Italsoenablesthemtocontractouttherisk,‖hesays.

64.Theword―taxing‖inPara1mostprobablymeansA.demandingB.saddeningC.satisfyingD.encouraging65.TVnewsagenciesturntofreelancecamerameninorderto

A.saveexpensesandavoidriskB.getfirsthandinformationandpicturesC.lookforpicturesthatareoffinequalitiesD.buythehorrifyingpicturestheyneed66.Thefreelancecameramen

A.cansurviveontheTVcompanies’performanceC.havebetterskillsthanothercameramen

B.havetotakegreatrisksinthecourseofworkD.aretiedtomanyTVnewsagencies

C.BeGratefultoYourBelovedD.ALittlePinkRibbon

67.FromthepassagewecanknowthatA.TVcameramenshouldbegivenbetterchoiceofworkB.TVcameramenarebeingchallengedbythefreelancers

C.TVcameramenhavetowitnessdisastersandkillingwhethertheylikethemornotD.TVcameramenhavetocontractouttherisksortheircompanies

D

73AfterMartinLutherKing,Jr.waskilledinthe1960s,ateacher,JaneElliott,livinginanallwhitetowndecidedtohelpherclassofyoungchildrenunderstandwhytheCivilRightsMovementhadbeennecessaryinAmerica.

Shedividedtheclassintotwogroups:onewithblueeyesandtheotherwithbrowneyes.Othereyecolorssuchashazelorgreenwereexcludedfromhisexercise.Thenshetoldtheclassthatbrowneyedpeoplewereclevererthanblueeyedonesbecauseofanagent(化学作用)forbrowncolorfoundintheirblood.Blueeyedpeoplewerestupid,lazyandnottobetrusted.JaneElliottdidnotneedtosayanymore.Thebrowneyedstudentsquicklygotusedtotheirnewroleastheleadersoftheclass.Theblueeyedstudentsbecamequietandwithdrawn.Thenshediscoveredsomethingveryinteresting.Fourpoorbrowneyedreadersbegantoreadfluentlyinawaytheyhadneverdonebefore.74.Soifyouwanttobesuccessfulandhappy,takeaninterestinotherswhethertheyareyourclassmatesorworkmates.Congratulatethemontheirsuccessesandsympathize(同情)withthemintheirtroubles.75.

A.Beforetheexperimentthemanagementtalkedtobothgroupsofworkersandexplainedthattheywantedtofindthebestworkingenvironmentforthem.

B.Rememberthatthewayyoutreatotherswilldecidetheirattitudeandbehaviortoyou.

C.Thesecondexperimentshowswhathappenstopersonalrelationsifyouarerudetoorignore(忽略)others.

D.Theoneswhohavemorefriendsusuallyarethosewhocareaboutothers.

E.JaneElliotthadshownthatthewaypeoplearetreatedaffectsnotonlytheirbehaviorbutalsotheirconfidenceandtheirperformance.

F.Youmayevenimaginethatthisabilitywassomethingtheywerebornwithbecauseitseemssoeffortlesstothem.

G.Thesecondexperimenttellsuswhatteacherssaidhasagreateffectonthestudents.

第二卷(两部分,共35分)第四部分:书面表达(共两节,满分35分)第一节:情景作文(20分)

北京市政府发出限行通告规定私家车每周限制行驶一天。下面是某网站就此事进行的问卷调查结果。请根据下列图表提示,描述被调查者的不同看法,并简单谈谈你自己的观点。

09-10学年高三英语月月考试题答题纸

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TwoscientistsfromtheUnitedStateshavebeentravelingtocountriesinSouthAmericatostudylightningstorms.Ratherthanobservingthelightningfromtheground,scientistsarewatchingthelightningfromairplanesthatflyathighaltitudes(海拔)abovethesurfaceofEarth.Thesplendidphenomenawhichhavebeengiventheimaginarynamesof―redsprites,‖―bluejets,‖and―elves‖occurhighintheatmosphereabovetheclouds.

Duringsomestormsasuddenflashoflightwillspreadovertheupperatmospherewitharedlightthatcanextendasfaras60milesaboveEarth.Knownasasprite,thislightningappearsintheskyoftenintheshapeofahugecarrotorjellyfishingroupsoftwoormore.Bluejetsareflashesofbluelightthatemanatefromthetopofthunderstormsandthenspreadingupwardasmuchas20milesaboveEarth.Thesejetsoflightcanincreaseinsizeatspeedsnear60milespersecond.Elvesarethemostrecentlydiscoveredtypeofheightaltitudelightning.Theseflashestakeplace40to60milesaboveEarthandoftenappearjustbeforespritesandaremuchbrighterthansprites.Becausetheyoccurtoofasttobeseenwitheyes,theycanbedetectedonlybyinstruments.Althoughscientistsdonothaveacertainexplanationforthephenomena,theyaremakingsomeprogress.Forexample,onepopulartheoryisthatthelightseenfromtheredspritesandbluejetsresultsfromthecollision(碰撞)ofelectricallychargedtinybitswithnitrogenmolecules(氮分子)inEarth’satmosphere.Thecollisioncausesmoleculestoshineblueinthestratosphere,orloweraltitudes.Thesesamemoleculesshineredinthemesosphere,theatmosphereabovethestratosphere,andtheycanspreadtoanaltitudeofabout50miles.Elvesseemtobecausedwhenforcefullightninghitsthegroundandsendselectricallychargedbitsintothehigheraltitudes.

68.Whatisthecommoncharacteristicof―redsprites,‖―bluejets‖and―elves‖?

A.Theyaresuddenblueflashes.B.Theycanonlybediscoveredbyequipment.

C.Theyarecausedbythecollisionofatmosphere.D.Theyspreadupward20to60milesaboveEarth.69.Whatisthethirdparagraphabout?

A.AresearchabouttheEarth.B.Thecausesofthecollision.

C.Anexplanationforthephenomenon.D.Differenttheoriesaboutlightning.70.Whatisthebesttitleofthispassage?

A.AFrighteningStudy.B.MovementoftheMolecules.C.TheChangeableAtmosphere.D.LightningabovetheClouds.

E

根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。

Whydosomepeoplehavemanyfriendswhileothersdonot?71However,itisnotso.Let’slookattwopsychologicalexperimentswhichwillgiveyouthekeytohappyinterpersonalrelations.

Thefirstexperimentiscalledthe―Hawthorneeffect‖afterHawthorne,Illinois,wheretheexperimenttookplace.AgroupofpsychologistsexaminedtheworkpatternsoftwogroupsofworkersintheWesternElectricCompany.72.Thepsychologistschangedtheworkingconditionsforonegrouptwicebutlefttheothergroupalone.Theyweresurprisedtofindthatproductivityincreaseonbothoccasionsandinbothgroups.Theyconcludedthattheincreaseinproductivitycamefromtheattentiongiventotheworkersbythemanagement.Ithadincreasedtheirmotivation(积极性)andsotheyhadworkedharder.Inotherwords,ifyoutakeaninterestinothers,theywillwanttopleaseyouandyouwillhavegoodrelationswiththem.

听力16-20答案:1617.18.19.20.班第一节情景作文(20分)

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第二节

开放作文(15分)请你根据下面提示,写一篇短文。词数不少于50。

InyourEnglishclass,youareaskedto

describethefollowingpictureandexplaintoyourclassmateshowyouunderstandit.

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高三英语下册3月月考试题

英语

本试卷分第一卷(选择题)和第二卷(非选择题)两部分。共150分。考试时间120分钟。

第Ⅰ卷(共115分)

第一部分:听力理解(共三节,30分)第一节(共5小题;每小题1.5分,共7.5分)

请听下面5段对话。每段对话后有1个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项选出最佳选项,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.Whatisthewomanlikelytobe?

A.AwaitressB.AservantC.Anurse.2.Howmuchwouldthemanhavetopayforthefirstconcertonly?

A.$1B.$2C.$4.3.Whatdoesthewomanmean?

A.She"sgoinghikingtomorrow.B.Shedislikesgoinghiking.

C.Shemightnotgohikingtomorrow.

4.Wheredoestheconversationprobablytakeplace?

A.Inanoffice.B.Attheirhome.C.Inarestaurant.5.What"sthepossiblerelationshipbetweenthetwospeakers?

A.Secretaryandboss.B.Nurseandpatient.C.Nurseanddoctor.

第二节(共12小题;每小题1.5分,共18分)

听下面4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,并标在试题卷的相应位置。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7题。

6.WhatarethefamilygoingtodoonSaturdayevening?

A.Seeaballetshow.B.Stayathome.C.Playbytheriverside.7.Howmuchwillthefamilyspendontheticketsfortheperformance?

A.$25B.$50C.$62.5听第7段材料,回答第8至10题。8.HowwilltheygotoNewYork?

A.ByplaneB.Bycar.C.Bytrain.9.What"stheclimatelikethere?

A.It"scoldandsunny.B.It"swarmandrainy.C.It"scoldandrainy.10.Whenwilltheyprobablyleave?

A.At8:00.B.At12:00.C.At6:00.听第8段材料,回答第11至第13题。

11.Whichisnotoneofthefourthingsthemanrecommendsthewomantodo?A.ShoppingintheXiushuiMarket.

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B.VisitingtheGreatWall.C.VisitingtheWaterCube.

12.WhorecentlyshoppedattheXiushuiMarketaccordingtothedialogue?A.GeorgeBush,theUSformerpresident.

B.WangZili,generalmanageroftheXiushuiMarket.C.Kobe,afamousplayeronUSbasketballdreamteam.13.What"sthewomangoingtodotomorrow?A.ToorderasilkdressintheSilkStreet.

B.ToeatPekingroastduckattheQuanjudeRestaurant.C.ToclimbtheGreatWall.

听第9段材料,回答第14至17题。14.Wherewerethemanandthewoman?

A.Inahotel.B.Inastore.C.Inapark.15.Whydidthemanstayintownforthenight?A.Becausehemissedtheplane.B.Becausehelosthisluggage.

C.Becausehewantedtohaveaniceviewofthepark.16.Whatdidthemanneedfromthestore?A.Atoothbrushandsomeenvelopes.B.Atoothbrushandsomestamps.C.Apenandatoothbrush.

17.Whereisthestorewhichisstillopen?A.Veryfarfromthehotel.B.Ontheleftsideofthehall.

C.Notfarfromthehotel.

第三节(共3小题,每小题1.5分,满分4.5分)

请听下面一段独白,用所听到的独白中的词或数字填空,每空限填一个词或一个数。填入的内容要写在答题卡相应的位置上。在听本段独白前,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。本段独白读两遍。

听第10段材料,回答第18至20题。ThestartingoftheuniversityThinkaboutwhatyouwantfromtheuniversityInthiscase,justthinkitovercanbe18ontheonehand.andhowyoucan19yougoals.beforeyoumakethe20.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)

请从A、B、c、D四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该选项的标号涂黑。21.Thereisasaying,yesterdayishistory,tomorrowisamystery.Buttodayis_______gift.Thatiswhyit"scalled_______present.

A.\;\B.the;aC.\;aD.a;the

22.Textmessagescanbeagoodwaytospreadinformation,particularlytogroupswhoarehardtoreachby_______means,suchasteenagers.

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A.anotherB.otherC.theotherD.others

23.He_______foramomentbeforekickingtheball,otherwisehewouldhavescoredaball.A.hadhesitatedB.hesitatedC.washesitatingD.hesitates

24.Whensomeonehurtsusweshouldwriteitdowninsand_______windsofforgivenesscanwipeitoff.

A.whichB.thatC.whereD.while

25.Standingbeforeme_______housesofvariousshapes,_______beautiful,quietandcomfortablelikeinaheaven.

A.were;lookingB.was;lookedC.being;lookingD.were;tolook26.Infact,_______manyhavepointedoutovertheyears,DickenspracticallyinventedthewaywecelebrateChristmasinmoderntimes.

A.asB.whichC.thatD.what27.---Canwehavetworoomswithgardenview?---I"mafraidthereisonlyoneroom_______.

A.affordableB.availableC.accessibleD.adaptable

28.Anadvantageisthecompany"sabilitytoadapttolocaldemands,_______followingafixedprocedure.

A.otherthanB.ratherthanC.morethanD.lessthan

29.Ofthemakingofgoodbooksthereisnoend;neither_______anyendtotheirinfluenceonman"slives.

A.thereisB.thereareC.isthereD.arethere

30.Mymothermadeapromise_______Ipassedtheexamination,shewouldbuymeanMP4.A.thatB.thatifC.ifthatD.thatwhether31.ItwasMr.Smiththatyoumetatthemeeting,_______?

A.wasn"titB.wasitC.didyouD.didn"tyou32.Theshopassistantwasfiredasshewas_______ofcheatingcustomers.

A.accusedB.chargedC.blamedD.caught33.Thesituation_______immediateaction.Notasingleminuteshouldbewasted.A.callsinB.callsonC.callsforD.callsoff34.---I"vetoldhermanytimes,andshestillforgotaboutit!

---Iunderstand.It"struethatshe_______beveryforgetfulsometimes.

A.canB.shouldC.oughttoD.must

35.---Youshouldhaveputyourmoneyinthestockmarket.I"veseenpeoplebecomerichovernight.

---_______.Thingsaremorecomplicatedthanyouthought.A.It"seasiersaidthandone.

B.Godhelpthosewhohelpthemselves.C.Practicemakesperfect.D.Allthatglittersisnotgold.

第二节完型填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)

阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C、D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

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Growingroots

Whenlwasgrowingup,IhadanoldneighbornamedDr.Gibbs.Hedidn"tlooklikeanydoctorI"d36known.WhenDr.Gibbswasn"t37lives,hewasplantingtrees.

Thegooddoctorhadsomeinterestingtheories38plantingtrees.Hebelievedin"Nopains,nogains".Henever39hisnewtrees,whichwas40manypeople.OnceI41why.Heansweredthatwateringplantsspoiledthem,andthatifyouwaterthem,eachfollowingtreegenerationwillgrow42.Soyouhavetomakethings43forthem.Hetalkedabouthowwateringtrees44shallowroots,andhowtreesthatweren"twateredhadtogrowdeeprootsin45ofwater.Itookhimtomeanthatdeeprootsweretobe46.IplantedacoupleoftreesafewyearsbackandItookgoodcareofthem.Twoyearsofdevotionhas47treesthat

expecttobewaitedonhandandfoot.Wheneveracoldwindblows,they48andtrembletheirbranches.FunnythingsaboutthosetreesofDr.Gibbs".Thelackofwaterseemedto49theminwayscomfortandeasenever50.

Iusedtoprayformysonsthattheirliveswillbe51.ButlatelyI"vebeenthinkingthatit"stimetochangemy52.Iknowmychildrenaregoingtomeet53,andI"mprayingtheywillbestrong.Theprayerforcomfortis54met.Whatweneedtodoistoprayfordeeproots,sowhenthewindsblow,wewon"tbe55away.36.A.evenB.everC.neverD.hardly37.A.takingB.makingC.enjoyingD.saving38.A.dealingB.coveringC.concerningD.considering39.A.wateredB.spoiledC.lovedD.cared40.A.againstB.beyondC.withinD.from41.A.wonderedB.askedC.wanderedD.guessed42.A.weakerandweakerB.strongerandstronger

C.tallerandtallerD.happierandhappier43.A.easyB.comfortableC.toughD.wonderful44.A.madeforB.madeoutC.broughtdownD.broughtup45.A.chargeB.favorC.caseD.search46.A.treasuredB.challengedC.respectedD.liked47.A.resultedinB.resultedfromC.grownupD.growninto48.A.danceB.shakeC.spreadD.stretch49.A.harmB.raiseC.benefitD.hurt50.A.couldB.mightC.shouldD.must51.A.hardB.sweetC.rewardingD.easy52.A.mindB.thoughtC.ideaD.prayer53.A.hardshipB.tragedyC.disasterD.needs54.A.neverB.seldomC.alwaysD.often55.A.givenB.turnedC.letD.swept

第四部分:阅读理解(每题2分,共40分)

A

Haveyouevernoticedwhathappenstoanideaonceyouexpressit?Justtalkingaboutitorwritingitdowncausesyoutomakeitclearinyourownmind.Howcanyouusethistoincrease

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yourbrainpower?Startwriting.

Byputtingthoughtsintowords,youaretellingyourselfthelogicbehindwhatyouthink,feel,oronlypartlyunderstand.Often,explainingathoughtistheprocessofunderstanding.Inotherwords,youincreaseyourbrainpowerbyexercisingyour“explainpower”.

Anotherbenefitofwritingisthatithelpsyouremember.Many,ifnotmost,highlyproductivepeoplearealwaystakingnotes.Youcantrykeepingitallinyourhead,butifyoukeepajournal(日志)ofyourideasthenexttimeyou’reworkingonabigproject,you’llprobablyhavemoresuccess.

Wanttounderstandatopic?Writeabookaboutit.That’sanextremeexample,butifyouarelearningsomethingnew,writealettertoafriendaboutit,andyouwillunderstanditbetter.Wanttoinventsomething?Writeanexplanationoftheproblemwhyyouwanttosolveit,andwhyitisworthsolving,andyou’rehalf-waythere.Writersdon’talwayswritebecausetheyclearlyunderstandsomethingbeforehand.Often,theywriteaboutsomethingbecausetheywanttounderstandit.Youcandothesame.Writingwillhelpbringyoutoanunderstanding.Giveitatry.

56.Accordingtothepassage,writingcanhelpyoualotEXCEPT______.

A.toincreaseyourbrainpower.

B.toimprovetheabilitytoremember.C.todevelopyourinterestinstudy.

D.tostrengthentheunderstandingofatopic.

57.Theunderlinedsentence“you’rehalf-waythere”inthefourthparagraphmeansthat______.

A.youarealreadysuccessful

B.there’salongwayforyoutogotoreachyourgoal.C.youareleftwonderingwhattodoD.youhavebeenonthewaytosuccess58.Whatwouldbethebesttitleforthepassage?

A.AWayonHowtoWrite.

B.AMorePowerfulMindThroughWriting.C.BrainPowerHelpsImproveYourWriting.D.HowtoStartYourWriting.

59.WhichofthefollowingstatementsisTRUE?

A.Writingcancurepeopleoftheirbraindisease.

B.Peoplewhocankeepallthoughtsinmindaremorelikelytosucceed.C.Writingabookaboutonetopicistheonlywaytounderstandit.D.Themoreyouwrite,themorelogicalyouwillbe.

B

ForSenior3students,choosingwhichcollegetoattendcanbethemostexcitingandthrillingtimeintheirentireschoollives.ThisisalsotrueforanAmericangirlnamedMelanieinthefilm,CollegeRoadTrip,whichwasreleasedintheUSonMarch7.

Melanie’sdad,JamesPorter,isobsessed(困扰)bysecurity,so

hewantsMelanietoattendnearbyNorthwesternUniversity,whereshe’salreadybeenaccepted.ButMelaniereallywantstogotoGeorgetowninWashington,D.C.,whereshe’sbeenwait-listed.

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Whenshegetsanunexpectedinterview,shedecidestogotherewithsomefemalefriends.However,Jamesisconcernedabouthersafety.Hewantstoprotecther.Buthispresenceleadstoanendlessseriesofcomicencounters(遭遇).

JamesandMelaniediscoverherlittlebrotherandhispetpighavebeenhidinginthesparetirecompartment(隔间).Whatshouldbeasimpletirechangeresultsinthecarrollingdownamountain,forcingthemtohiketoanearbyhotel.Therethepigruinsanoutdoorweddingreception.

Allthesedisastersaddspicetotheirtrip.Finallyafatherandadaughtergetthechancetoreallytalktoeachother.

Thefilmexplorestheparent-childrelationshipinacomicway:Thediscrepancy(不同)betweenhowcloseJamesthinksheistoMelanieandhowlittleheactuallyknowsofherplansmakesuslaughfirstandthenthink.

Allparents,whethertheyhavecollegestudentsornot,canrelatetothebittersweetrealizationthattheirkidsaregrowingup.LikewhatMelanieandJameshavedoneinthefilm,weallcanfindthedelicatebalancebetweenstayingconnectedandlettinggo.60.Accordingtothepassage,whichofthefollowingisTRUE?

A.It’sunclearwhetherMelaniecouldbeacceptedbyNorthwesternUniversity.B.NorthwesternUniversityisn’tsofamousastheuniversityinWashingtonD.C.C.Melaniefatherprefershertostaynottoofarawayfromhim.

D.ThereisnohopethatMelaniewillbeacceptedbytheuniversityinGeorgetown.61.Wecaninferfromthepassagethat_______.

A.theircarrolleddownthemountain,ruiningtheweddingreceptionB.ahotelwasdestroyedbyMelanie’sbrotherandhispetpig

C.thegirlshadtogiveuptheirtripbecauseoftheincidentsontheway

D.Melanieandherfathergottounderstandeachotherbetteraftersomanyencounters62.Thewriterholdsa(n)______attitudetowardsJamesPorter’swayoftreatingherdaughter’schoice.

A.negativeB.positiveC.subjectiveD.optimistic63.Themainpurposeofthepassageisto______.

A.introducehowtoimprovetherelationshipbetweenfatheranddaughterB.callonparentstolearntobalancetherelationshipwiththeirchildrenC.tellastorywhichhappenedbetweenanAmericangirlandherfather

D.explorethedifferencesinparent-childrelationshipbetweenthewestandtheeast

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Description:Thisexcitingtextbookgivesaclear,detailed,andpresentationofthemainfeaturesofconstitutionalfiveelementacupuncturetreatment.Itcoversthecontextandhistoryofthisformofacupuncture,aswellastherelevantChinesemedicinetheory.Afterexaminingtheelementsthemselves,andthefunctionsoftheorgans,thebookexploresthebasisofdiagnosis(诊所)infiveelementacupuncture,possibleblockstotreatment,andthetreatmentitself.ItputsthisstyleoftreatmentintothecontextofotherstylesofacupuncturetreatmentespeciallyTraditionalChineseMedicine(TCM)asitisusedintheWesttoday.★Aclearandtrustworthyexplorationoffiveelementconstitutionalacupuncture.★Adescriptionofthemajoraspectsofdiagnosiswithinthissystem,solvinginconsistencies(前后)oftenpresentindiscussionsoftheseaspects.★Anencouragementofaparticularstyleandapproachinacupuncture,ofinteresttoallschoolsofthoughtinChinesemedicine.★Overallrevisionskeepthematerialinthisbookup-to-date.★Newinformationoncalculationofsamplesizeandeffectsizefeaturesmaterialofincreasingimportanceinthefield.★Updatingofallreferenceskeepthereadercurrentwiththelatestreal-workinthefield.★Additionalstudentactivitieswithinthetextofferthereaderevenmorehelpinlearningnewmaterialorbrushinguponthelatest.★Newappendixfeaturesanexceptionalcritique(书评)ofapublishedresearchpaper.★Two-colorformat(版式)makesthetextvisuallyappealing.64.Theabovetableandpassageismainly_____________.A.anadvertisementtopersuadepeopletobuythebookB.acomparisonbetweenthefiveelementsandTCMC.anintroductiontotheauthorwritingthisbookD.anintroductiontothebookonfiveelements65.Thebookmentionsallthefollowingbut__________.

A.thebasisofdiagnosisinfiveelementacupunctureB.therelevantChinesemedicinetheory

C.thefactpeopleinChineseknowconstitutionalacupunctureD.thecontextandhistoryofacupuncture

66.Peoplewhoreadthebookmayfinditvisuallyappealinginthat_______.

A.itispublishedintraditionalChinese

B.thebookhastheadvantageoftwocolorsinprinting

C.overallrevisionskeepthematerialinthisbookup-to-dateD.PracticeMemberPriceislowerthanRegularPrice

67.SupposingJackisanAAMAPracticeMemberandhehasboughttenbooks,howmuchhashesavedcomparedwithRegularPrice?

A.215dollars.B.105dollars.C.195dollars.D.150dollars.

D

ForgetMiami,LosAngelesandNewYork.ThenextbigLatinmusicexplosionisonitswayinsecondarymarketsacrosstheUnitedStates,andthenumbersaretheretobackitup.Amongall

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genresorstyles,Latinmusicwastheonlyoneregisteringgrowthin201*.FromtinyVeroBeachinnorthernFloridatoDesMoines,Iowa,intheheartoftheMidwest,fromCharlotte,N.C.toSaltLakeCity,Latinmusicsalesareskyrocketing.Wilsonsaystherearetwomajorreasonsfortheincrease.OneissimplytheHispanic(说西班牙语国家的)population’sincreaseinspecificareas,whichencouragesstorestocarryLatinproductforthefirsttime.Second,andperhapsmoreimportant,isthefactthatmajorcompanieswhetherdealinginmusicornotareaddressingtheLatinconsumeratacorporate(公司的)level,creatingLatindepartmentsandhiringLatinadagencies.OneofHandleman’ssuburbanDetroitstores,forexample,hasexpandeditsLatinsectionfourtimesinthelasttwoyears.CitieslikeMilwaukeeandDesMoinesarenowstockingLatinproduct.

Besides,italsoresultsfromeconomicdevelopment.Itgoessomethinglikethis:Moreoftenthannot,acityorcountrywithaseemingimportantHispanicpopulationwillsuddenlyexpanditsconstructionorofferaffordablehousingtothoseworkinginlarger,neighboringcities.Thisattractslower-incomeworkers,manyofwhomareLatin.Smallshopsandgroceriesbegintostockasmallselectionofmusic.WhentheLatinpopulationnumbersreachacriticalmass,thelocalmassmerchant,ifthereisone,beginsstockingtheproduct.Soonerorlater,alocalradiostationfollows;firstAM,thenFM.Sometimesit’sacableTVshoworasmallTVstation.

Ofcourse,thereareotherdrivingforcesthatshouldnotbeforgotten,forexample,regionalMexicanmusic.

68.Thepassagemainlytellsreaders____________.

A.thatmoreandmoreAmericanslikeLatinmusic

B.whatmakesLatinmusicdevelopfastinAmericanmarketC.whyLatinmusicbecomesAmericans’favoritemusic

D.thatLatinmusicisbringinginmorebenefitsforAmericans

69.Theunderlinedword“skyrocketing”inthefirstparagraphmeans_______.

A.changingveryquicklyB.disappearingslowly

C.recoveringslowlyD.increasingveryquickly

70.AccordingtotheTHIRDparagraph,whichshowstherightrelationsamongthefollowing

things?

①economicdevelopment②moreLatinworkers

③shops’stockofLatinmusic④localradiostation

⑤smallTVstation⑥thedevelopmentofLatinmusic

71.Supposethatpassagedoesn’tfinish,whichofthefollowingmaybediscussednext?

A.ThevarietyofLatinmusicinAmerica.

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B.TheeconomicdevelopmentinHispanicarea.C.ThehistoricdevelopmentofMexicanmusic.D.ThedrivingforcesofregionalMexicanmusic

E

High-qualitycustomerserviceispreached(宣扬)bymany,butactuallykeepingcustomershappyiseasiersaidthandone.

Shoppersseldomcomplaintothemanagerorownerofaretailstore,butinsteadwillwarntheirfriends,relatives,co-workers,strangers-andanyonewhowilllisten.Storemanagersareoftenthelasttohearcomplaints.“Storytellinghurtsretailers(零售商)andentertainsconsumers,”saidPaulaCourtney,PresidentoftheVerdegroup.“Thestorelosesthecustomer,buttheshoppermustalsofindareplacement.”

Themostcommoncomplaintsincludefilledparkinglots,cluttered(塞满了的)shelves,overloadedracks,out-of-stockitems,longcheck-outlines,andrudesalespeople.

Duringpeakshoppinghours,someretailerssolvedtheparkingproblemsbygettingmoonlightinglocalpolicetoworkasparkingattendantstodirectcustomerstoemptyparkingspaces.Retailerscanrelievetheheadachesbyredesigningstoredisplay,pre-stockingsalesitems,hiringspeedyandexperiencedcashiers,andhavingsalesrepresentativesonhandtoanswerquestions.Mostimportantly,salespeopleshouldbeskillfulandpolitewithangrycustomers.

“Retailerswho’reenthusiasticandfriendlyaremorelikelytosmoothoverissuesthanthosewhoaren’tsofriendly.”saidProfessorStephenHoch.“Maybesomethingasagreeteratthestoreentrancewouldhelp.”

Customerscanalsoimprovefutureshoppingexperiencesbyfilingcomplaintstotheretailer,insteadofcomplainingtotherestoftheworld.Retailersarehard-pressedtoimprovewhentheyhavenoideawhatiswrong.

72.Whyarestoremanagersoftenthelasttohearcomplaints?

A.Mostcustomerswon’tbothertocomplaineveniftheyhavehadunhappyexperiences.B.Customerswouldratherrelatetheirunhappyexperiencestopeoplearoundthem.C.Fewcustomersbelievetheservicewillbeimproved.D.Customershavenoeasyaccesstostoremangers.

73.WhatdoesPaulaCourtneyimplybysayingtheunderlinedsentenceinparagraph2?

A.Newcustomersaresuretoreplaceoldones.

B.Itisnotlikelytheshoppercanfindthesameproductsinotherstores.C.Moststoresprovidethesame.

D.Notcomplainingtothemanagercausestheshoppersometroubletoo.74.Whatcontributesmosttosmoothingoverissueswithcustomers?

A.MannersofthesalespeopleB.HiringofefficientemployeesC.HugesupplyofgoodsforsaleD.Designofthestorelayout

75.Toachievebettershoppingexperiences,customersareadvisedto______.

A.putpressureonstorestoimprovetheirservice

B.settletheirdisputeswithstoresinaskillfulandfriendlywayC.voicetheirdissatisfactiontostoremanagersdirectly

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D.shoparoundandmakecomparisonsbetweenstores

第二部分(非选择题,共35分)

四、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)

在答题卡上改正所给短文中的错误。对标有题号的每一行做出判断:如有错误(每行只有一个错误),则按下列情况改正:该行多一个词: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。该行缺一个词:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧),在该行右边横线上写出该加的词。该行错一个词:在错的词下划一横线,在该行右边横线上写出改正后的词。

LateinApril,aphotoshowwasheldinourschool.

Itlastedaweekandwasgreatsuccess!Allthephotosweretaken76.________bythestudentsthemselves.Theyweremostcolorphotos,but77.________somewereblack-and-whiteones,presentedourschoollife,the78.________beauty

ofnature,festivalactivitiesandsoon.Alltheworkofartwere79.________atshowinthereading-roomonthesecondfloor.Everydayalarge80.________numberofstudentswenttoenjoythem,buttheyweresurprisedto81.________findthephotosweresuchwonderfulthatsometeachersalsowere82.________present.Thosewhosephotoswerechosenthebestaregivendifferent83.________prizes.Intheshort,thisphotoshowreallymadeourlifemore84.________colorful.

Wehopewewillhavemuchmoreactivitieslikethisinourschool.85.________

第二节:书面表达(25分)

假设你是学生王华,你的一位英国朋友Jerry听说中国大陆和台湾已经实行两岸直航,便向你了解情况。请根据列表内容用英语给Jerry回信。过去现在概况航线优劣你对直航的评价60年前两岸正常通航中断;201*年7月启动周末包机。航班取道香港到台湾用时长,成本高?每日通航,月航班数达60个以上。从台北可以直航大陆的上海等10多个城市。用时短,成本低。要求:1、要点全面,语句连贯;

2、词数100个词左右,信的开头和结尾已给,不计入总词数。参考词汇:周末包机weekendcharterflightsDearJerry,

I’mverygladtoreceiveyourletter,andIfeelitagreathonortointroducebrieflytoyousomethingaboutthedirectflightsbetweentheChinesemainlandandTaiwan.

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

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That’swhatIcantellyouatpresent.MaybeI’llhavesomemoreinformationforyounotlongtimelater.

Yours,WangHua

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