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第一卷 （共 115 分） I. 听力理解（共二节，满分 30 分） II.单项填空（共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 分） 21. ---I'm so sorry that I broke your vase. ---Oh, really? ________. A. A
ll right. D. I don't care about it 22. Jack is ____ honest and hard-working boy and he must be _____ useful man in the future. A. a; a A. Happy and excited C. Happily and excitedly from Fudan University and Tongji University． A. whom B. which C. who D. them 25. He______ good ideas for the product promotion A. came up B. came out C. came up with D. thought over 26．Exercise One should be done in class as an example, while the rest _____ as homework. A. is to be finished B. are to finish C. are to be finished D. is to finish 27. Mr. Li suggested that we ______over the texts carefully before the coming exam. A. went A. that B. need go B. where C. go C. which D. must go D. at which 28. Lucy has got into a situation in her study ______ she finds it hard to go further. 29. ---Sorry, the tickets have already been sold out. --- Really? Maybe I ________a little earlier. A. should come B. should have come C. could have come D. must have come 30.. –--Excuse me, but would you mind if I smoke here? —__________. A. Yes, I like the smell of the cigarette. B. No, you can’t do that. C. Of course not. It’s not allowed here. D. I’d rather you didn’t, actually. 31. The fog was so heavy this morning that drivers could hardly ________ the things just ten meters away from them. A. figure out B. make out C. look out D. rule out 32. Not only I but also Lilei and Han Meimei ________tired of so much homework everyday. A. am B. is C. are D. was 33. _______ many times, he finally managed to settle the problem. A. Tried B. Trying C. Having been tried D. Having tried 34. Only by introducing scientific management, I suppose, _____our company to a bright future and make more profits in the next years. A. can we bring B. we have brought C. we can bring D. have we brought B. an; an C. an; a B. Happily and excited D. Happy and excitedly D. a; an 23. ____ , the boys were shouting and singing． B. It doesn't matter C. It's right with me
24．Barack Obama delivered a speech to 500 local youths during his visit to China, many of ____
35. ________ didn’t attend the lecture yesterday won’t be given full marks. A. Any one B. Whoever C. Who III.完形填空(共 20 小题; 每小题 1.5 分, 满分 30 分) D. The person
Recently, my husband and I had the opportunity to do something good for two people who were complete strangers to us. It made us feel so good to be able to do it that I thought I should 36 . We were traveling down to Mexico for Thanksgiving week with our family. were sitting in the off, I 39 sitting in the 41 heard one of the flight attendants(空乘) telling 43 40 37 we 38 first two seats in the first row of first class waiting for the plane to take that there was a couple 42 44 but, owing to of the plane who had just been married the previous day and were their flight eight months in 45 47 . agreed and I called the flight
off on their honeymoon. They had was 46
some schedule changes, had not been able to get to move and the bride was in
together, and no one else on the plane
I turned to my husband and told him what I heard. We 48 attendant 49
to tell her that we’d be happy to give up our seats to this couple. The flight
attendant seemed amazed and said ―Really? Are you sure?‖ We said ―Absolutely !‖ So, we 50 to the back of the plane in separate seats. The flight attendants were extremely 51 and took good care of us even though we were no longer sitting in first 52 , and we both made friends with the people sitting around us, who, as it 53 didn’t know why the young woman was crying or that they were newly married, and had a great flight. I had to go back to the front of the plane to 54 up a forgotten item at one point during the flight and 55 that the couple were sitting very close together, happily enjoying champagne(香槟酒). It really made my day and Thanksgiving week get off to such a wonderful start ! 36. A. share B. show C. say 37. A. Since B. After C. Before 38. A. quite B. same C. very 39. A. carelessly B. accidentally C. happily 40. A. others B. us C. them 41. A. front B. middle C. head 42. A. getting B. heading C. taking 43. A. fixed B. booked C. checked 44. A. air B. time C. church 45. A. seats B. champagne C. food 46. A. interested B. willing C. eager 47. A. comfort B. surprise C. tears 48. A. immediately B. differently C. finally 49. A. up B. off C. over 50. A. left B. looked C. returned 51. A. beautiful B. careful C. thoughtful 52. A. class B. flight C. seat 53. A. went on B. turned out C. got along 54. A. pick B. give C. clean 55. A. told B. informed C. observed IV.阅读理解（共 20 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 40 分） D. prove D. Though D. just D. sadly D. everyone D. back D. hurrying D. got D. advance D. tickets D. friendly D. fear D. unbelievably D. out D. moved D. grateful D. plane D. took off D. look D. heard
A It is time for students to sell such things as chocolate bars and greeting cards to raise money for their school, class or club． is inevitable that they will knock on your door and you will easily It hand over your cash for overpriced items that you really do not want．That is okay, though, because there are many reasons why children should be allowed to raise money for their schools and clubs． Fundraising（募集资金） is a great way to help children learn social skills．It is not easy to go up to a complete stranger and ask him for his money．They have to nicely ask for help, show the interested buyer what they have to offer and explain how it will help them in school．If someone refuses to buy an item, that child has to take the failure in stride（不特别费力地）, and that is a learning lesson as well． Students can learn how to deal with money by fundraising．Of course, it might seem safer for us to take charge of our children’s earnings from their fundraising before it is turned into the school． However, by making them keep track of it, count it, and make sure everyone pays the right amount, they are learning an important lesson． Dealing with more Fundraising helps improve their schools．It is the children’s school．They have to learn there and grow there．Why not let them help in making it a better place? Fundraising allows for more life experiences for the child．The raised money is used towards things like parties, trips, or for the music club to go to see a Broadway play．The children receive the rewards for their hard work at raising the money．Without fundraising, these field trips and special school memories would be missed． In a word, fundraising helps children a lot in many ways． 56．The underlined word ―inevitable‖ in the first paragraph means ―_______‖． A．unlikely B．improper C．unavoidable D．unrealistic
57．One of the important indications that children are grown up is that __________． A．children learn to care for others B．children can deal with money C．children like to make up D．children make a date with friends of the other sex 58．The author thinks that fundraising _______． A．adds to the family’s burden B．wastes the learning time C．builds up the children’s bodies D．helps to develop the children’s character 59．Which of the following shows the structure of the passage? CP: Central point P: Point Sp: Sub-point（次要点） CP CP P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P1 P1 P2 P3 P4
Sp1 Sp2 Sp1 Sp2 Sp3 Sp4
C: Conclusion CP
Lipitor About Lipitor Lipitor is a prescription medicine. Along with diet and exercise, it lowers ―bad‖ cholesterol(胆固醇) in your blood. It can also raise ―good‖ cholesterol. Lipitor can lower the risk of heart attack in patients with several common risk factors, including family history of early heart disease, high blood pressure, age and smoking. Who is Lipitor for? Who can take Lipitor: ☆ People who cannot lower their cholesterol enough with diet and exercise. ☆ Adults and children over 10. Who should NOT take Lipitor? ☆ Women who are pregnant, or may become pregnant, Lipitor may harm your unborn baby. ☆ Women who are breast-feeding. Lipitor can pass into your breast milk and may harm your baby. ☆ People with liver problems. Possible side effects of Lipitor Serious side effects in a small number of people: ☆ Muscle problems that can lead to kidney problems, including kidney failure. ☆ Liver problems. Your doctor may do blood tests to check your liver before you start Lipitor and while you are taking it. Call your doctor right away if you have: ☆ Unexplained muscle pain or weakness, especially you have a fever or feel very fired. ☆ Swelling of the face, lips, tongues and/or throat that may cause difficulty in breathing or swallowing. ☆ Stomach pain. Some common side effects of Lipitor are: ☆ Muscle pain. ☆ Upset stomach. ☆ Changes in some blood test.
How to take Lipitor Do: ☆ Take Lipitor as prescribed by your doctor. ☆ Try to eat heart-healthy foods while taking Lipitor. ☆ Take Lipitor at any time of day, with or without food. ☆ If you miss a dose(一剂), take it as soon as you remember. But if it has been more than 12 hours since you missed a dose, wait. Take the next dose at your next time. Don’t: ☆ Do not change or stop your dose before talking to your doctor. ☆ Do not start new medicine before talking to your doctor.
60. What is the major function of Lipitor? A. To help to cure liver problems. B. To control blood pressure. C. To help to deal with muscle problems. D. To lower ―bad‖ cholesterol. 61. According to the passage, taking Lipitor is beneficial to _________. A. breast-feeding women B. children suffering from stomach C. adults having heart trouble D. teenagers with muscle problems 62. If it has been over 12 hours since you missed a dose, what should you do? A. Reduce the amount of your next dose. B. Eat more when taking your next dose. C. Have a dose as soon as you remember missing it. D. Just take the next dose at your regular time. 63. Which of the following is the common side effect of taking Lipitor? A. Throat swelling. B. Upset stomach. C. Kidney failure. D. Muscle weakness. C ―Any time! Any where! Decades ago there was no such thing‖ – ―Communication‖. Then, September 7th 1987, the global system for mobile communication or GSM was born. And international agreements that laid out the standards, regulations and practices gave rise to a global mobile phone industry. To be honest, the world’s first mobiles were not so attractive and the range of effectiveness wasn’t very good. But they became a must-have among those wealthy people who could afford that. However, by advantage of GSM which has many different elements to it, we can all enjoy the ability to go around the world in 217 countries, land in that country and know that a phone would work.
There are other cell phone systems using different technology in the world. The majority of the United States and parts of South America have been using something called CDMA which is very rare in Europe. In some Asian countries like China, GSM and CDMA both exist at the same time. But the GSM Association claims 85% of the global mobile phone market. They estimated there are now about 2.5 billion different users who make more than 7 trillion minutes of calls everyday, and that’s not all. 20 years later, the mobile phone is so much more than just a phone. You can use it to send text messages, take pictures, show video, even surf the internet. ―The phone itself is involved from just being a communication tool, to be a tool for round-the-clock connectivity, you can not live without it even in a minute.‖ Mobile consultant Nick Lane also points out with so many customized styles and features, your mobile phone will become a symbol of you. Where will the global mobile phone industry be in another 20 years? Certainly, there will be more connections than better coverage. As for where else technology will take us, one can only imagine. 64. According the passage, we can know that GSM is ____________. A. a global-used mobile phone C. a global mobile phone association B. a global mobile phone industry D. a global mobile communication system
65. From this passage, we can infer that ____________. A. as soon as the first mobiles appeared, they became popular and many people have one B. with a GSM mobile phone, you can make a phone call in most parts of the USA C. there are only two cell phone systems in the whole world: GSM and CDMA D. most of the mobile phone users in the world now are using the GSM mobile phone 66. By pointing out ―your mobile phone will become a symbol of you‖, what does Nick Lane want to tell us about the mobile phone in the future? A. You can have a mobile phone with the unique look and functions as you like. B. Others can find us without any difficulties if we carry our mobile phone. C. The mobile phone can be used as a permit when you enter some places. D. The mobile phone we carry can show others how wealthy we are. 67. What does the writer feel about the GSM development in the following 20 years? A. Satisfied. B. Worried. C. Confident. D Beldon and Canfield are two seashore towns, not far apart． Both towns have many hotels, and in summer the hotels are full of holiday-makers and other tourists． Last August there was a fire at the Seabreeze Hotel in Beldon．The next day, this news appeared on page two of the town’s newspaper.The Beldon Post: FIRE AT SEABREEZE Late last night firemen hurried to the Seabreeze Hotel and quickly put out a small fire in a bedroom．The hotel manager said that a cigarette started the fire. We say again to all our visitors： ―Please don’t smoke cigarettes in bed.‖ This was Beldon’s first hotel fire for five years. The Canfield Times gave the news in these words on page one： D. Confused.
ANOTHER BELDON HOTEL CATCHES FIRE Last night Beldon firemen arrived just too late to save clothing, bedclothes and some furniture at the Seabreeze Hotel．An angry holiday-maker said, ―An electric lamp probably started the fire． bedroom lamps are very old at some of these hotels． The When I put my bed side light on, I heard a funny noise from the lamp.‖ We are glad to tell our readers that this sort of adventure does not happen in Canfield． What are the facts, then? It is never easy to find out the exact truth about an accident．There was a fire at the Seabreeze Hotel last August: that is one fact．Do we know anything else? Yes, we know that firemen went to the hotel． Now what do you think of the rest of the ―news‖ ? 68.Which of the following best gives the main idea of this text? A. It was not easy to find out exact truth from newspapers． B.Beldon and Canfield are both good places for tourists in summer． C.A fire broke out at night in Seabreeze Hotel last summer． D. Two newspapers gave reports on the same matter． 69.Which of the following are probably facts? a.The fire broke out in a bedroom at the hotel． b.A cigarette started the fire． c.An old lamp started the fire． d.The fire broke out at night． e.There has never been a fire in Canfield． A.b and c _____________． A.hotels in Beldon often catch fire B.hotels in Beldon don’t often catch fire C. this was the second fire at the Seabreeze Hotel D. Beldon was a good place except that hotels there are not quite safe 71.The Canfield newspaper gave a report just the opposite to the Beldon Post by saying that _______． A.the bedroom lamps were very old at the Seabreeze Hotel B.the bedroom lights made funny noise when the fire took place C.such accidents never happened in Canfield for the past 5 years D.the firemen failed to save clothing, bedclothes and other things E In the old days, children were familiar with birth and death as part of life. Now this is perhaps the first generation of American youngsters who have never been close by during of the birth a baby and have never experienced the death of a family member. Nowadays when people grow old, we often send them to nursing homes. When they get sick, we send them to a hospital, where children are forbidden to visit terminally (晚期的）in patients— even when those patients are their parents. This deprives（剥夺）the dying patient of B. a and d C. c and e D.a and c 70.The Canfield Times used the headline like this in order to make its readers think
family members during the last few days of his life and it deprives the children of an experience of death, which is an important learning experience. Some of my colleagues and I once interviewed and followed about 500 terminally in order to find out what they could teach us and how we could be of more benefit, not just to them but to the members of their families as well. We were most impressed by the fact that even those patients who were not told of their serious illness were quite aware of its potential（潜在的） outcome. It is important for family members, and doctors and nurses to understand these patients’ communication in order to truly understand their needs, fears and fantasies（幻想）. Most of our patients welcomed another human being with whom they could talk openly, honestly, and frankly about their trouble. Many of them shared with us their great need to be informed, to be kept up - to - date on their medical condition and to be told when the end was near. We found out that patients who had been dealt with openly and frankly were better able to cope with the coming of death and finally to reach a true stage of acceptance before death. 72. The elders of today's Americans _______ . A. are often absent when a family member is born or dying B. are unfamiliar with birth and death C. usually see the birth or death of a family member D. have often experienced the fear of death as part of life 73. Children in America are deprived of the chance to________. A. visit a patient at hospital B. visit their family members C. learn how to face death D. look after the patients 74. The need of a dying patient for people to accompany（陪伴）him shows________. A. his wish for communication with other people B. his fear of death C. his unwillingness to die D. he feels very upset about his condition 75. It may be concluded from the passage that________. A. dying patients should be truthfully informed of their condition B. dying patients are afraid of being told of the coming of death C. most patients are unable to accept death until it can’t be avoided D. most doctors and nurses understand what dying patients need
2011 年三明市区高三毕业班三校联考试卷 英语试题参考答案
单选：21--25 BCADC 26--30 CCBBD 31--35 BCDAB 46-50 BCACD 完形填空： 35-40. ACCBA 51-55 DABAC 阅读理解： A 篇 56--59 ：CBDA B 篇 60--63：DCDB C 篇 64--67：DDAC D 篇 68--71：ABCD E 篇 72--75：CCAA
短文填词： 76.while 77.rabbit 78.up 79. himself 80.threw 81.dreaming 82.finally 83.dead 84 by 85.rewards 书面表达： 【参考范文】 In the picture, an old couple are waiting eagerly for their children and grandchildren to come back home for a reunion meal on Mid-Autumn Day. They felt lonely without their children around on such a special day. Actually, with the growing of the aging people in our country, we have to face the challenge of caring for the old. One the one hand, our government should take effective measures to provide enough money for their medicine and health care so that they can support themselves and live a happy life free from anxiety. And it’s necessary to encourage the elders to take part in social activities, during which they can have a good time with others. On the other hand, we young people should never ignore our aging parents however busy we are. For example, visit our parents regularly and keep them company or keep in touch with them by telephone. In short, much can be done to help the elders overcome loneliness.