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福建省四地六校2011届高三上学期第三次联考试题英语.doc

考试试卷月考答案高中华安、连城、永安、漳平一中,龙海二中,泉港一中六校联考20102011学年上学期第三次月考高三英语试题(考试时间120分钟,总分150分)第I卷(选择题满分115分)第一部分听力(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的答案转涂到答题卡上。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.WhydidCarlgotothehospitaltodayA.Toseethedoctor.B.Totakecareofhiswife.C.Topayavisittohisdaughter.2.WhatdoesthemanplantodonextsummerA.Savesomemoney.B.Finishhiswork.C.Goonatrip.3.WhoisthemanA.Adriver.B.Alawyer.C.Apoliceman.4.WherecanthemangettheletterfromthewomanA.Inthemountains.B.Inhisauntshouse.C.Inhisownhome5.WhatdoesthewomanthinkaboutthenewDVDplayerA.Shehasnoideayet.B.ItsnobetterthantheoldoneC.Itsnotasgoodasthecomputer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。每段对话后有几个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话前,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至7题。6.WhathastheweatherbeenlikethesedaysA.Sunny.B.WindyC.Rainy7.WhatwouldthetemperaturebetomorrowA.8℃B.10℃C.12℃听第7段材料,回答8至10题。8.WhatisthemaninvitedtodoA.Teachinhismotherschool.B.Giveaconcert.C.Giveatalk.9.WhatisthemannowA.AteacherB.Apopsinger.C.Afamousscientist.10.WhatdoweknowaboutthemanA.Hewillaccepttheinvitationofhisschool.B.Hewillgetfurthereducation.C.Heusedtolikeschool.听第8段材料,回答第11至13题。11.Whatisthemostprobablerelationshipbetweenthetwospeakers考试试卷月考答案高中A.Friends.B.Strangers.C.Neighbours.12.WhatarethetwospeakerstalkingaboutA.Theirhabits.B.Theirfamilies.C.Theirneighbours.13.WhatisthemanstroubleA.Hecantgiveupsmoking.B.HesoftendisturbedatnightC.Hehasnohouseofhisown听第9段材料,回答第14至16题。14.WhatistherelationshipbetweenMrsBlackandthemanA.Hostessandguest.B.Teacherandstudent.C.Motherandson.15.WhatwastheweatherlikewhentheyhadthepicnicA.Terrible.B.Lovely.C.Rainy.16.WheredidthemanhavehispicnicA.Inaboat.B.Inahouse.C.Onanisland.听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。17.WhereisthespeakernowA.Inanoffice.B.Inaclassroom.C.Inalab.18.WhendoesthecoursecomeduringthefirstpartofitA.OnTuesdaysandThursdays.B.OnTuesdaysandFridays.C.OnThursdaysandFridays.19.HowoftenwilltheclassmeetintheresearchlabA.Onceaweek.B.Twiceaweek.C.Everytwoweeks.20.WhatmightbechosentodecideonesfinalgradeA.Roleplays.B.Researchpapers.C.Classattendance.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)从A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。21.WhenIwenttowatchthe16thAsianGameslastmonth,IwasgreatlytouchedbythefactthatpeoplefromallwalksoflifeareworkinghardfornewGuangZhou.A.theaB./aC.thetheD./the22.isknowntousallisthattheChinesegovernmenthassparednoeffortstoprotectpeoplefromfakefood.A.AsB.ItC.ThatD.What23.Howlongyouinthecountrywithyourgrandparents,HenryAboutfourweeks.Illreturnassoonasschoolstarts.A.arestayingB.didstayC.dostayD.hadstayed24.Thedrunkendriver,ratherthanthepassersbyforthetrafficaccident.A.wastobeblamedB.wastoblameC.weretoblameD.weretobeblamed25.Thereisapossibilitythatthesehenscouldbefrightenedandlayfewereggsasuddenloudnoise.A.wouldtherebeB.shouldtherebeC.therewasD.therehavingbeen26.Manypeoplebelieveweareheadingforenvironmentdisasterwebasicallychangethewaywelive.A.ifB.butC.unlessD.once27.LittleTomadmittedintheshop,thathewouldntdothatinfuture.A.tohavestolenpromisingB.stealingpromisedks5uC.tostealingpromisedD.havingstolenpromising考试试卷月考答案高中28.DoyoumindifIopenthewindowtoletinsomefreshair.A.NevermindB.No,goaheadC.No,youdbetternotD.Ofcourse,goahead29.Itisrequiredthatalltrafficparticipantsshouldthetrafficrulestomaketrafficsaferandfaster.A.performB.observeC.supportD.possess30.TheterribleaccidentisunderinvestigationActually,quickeractionthoseworkerstrappedinthemine.A.mighthavesavedB.musthavesavedC.couldhavesavedD.shouldhavesaved31.WhichofthesetwomagazineswillyoutakeIlltake,incasethejourneyisboring.A.allB.eitherC.bothD.neither32.Myfatherandmymotherhavebeenmarriedfor30years,andneveroncewitheachotherA.havetheyquarreledB.theyhavequarreledC.didtheyquarrelD.hadtheyquarreled33.IllneverforgetthedaysIlearnhardinmyseniorhighschool,changedmywholelife.A.thatwhichB.when,whichC.which,whenD.thatthat34.Beforeyoutakethemedicine,dorefertotheonthebottle.A.introductionB.descriptionC.instructionD.explanation35.Myparentsexpectedtoomuchofme.WhentheyheardthatIhadfailedinthecollegeentranceexamination,theyalmost.A.brokeupB.brokeoffC.brokeoutD.brokedown第一节完形填空(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和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。HiCindy,Pleasedontworryifyoufeelalittlestrangearoundboys.Youareintheprocessof36fromalittlegirlintoayoungwomanandthereare37calledhormones荷尔蒙thatarechangingnotonlyyourbodybutyour38.Forexample,yousayyouusedtofeelatease39boysandyouwouldusuallyrunandfightoneanotherfor40.ThatwasCindy,thelittlegirl,Cindythe41womandoesntwanttofightboysorevenrunwiththem42yourinterestsarechanging.Thatiswhatismakingyoufeelstrangeanditisalso43totheothergirlsaroundyouandalsototheboys.Yourlifeis44adifferentstagebutyoushouldunderstandthatthisisa45normal,andbsomethingthatwillpassquickly.Ithinkyoushouldagaintryto46aroundboys.Youcanstilltalkwiththemabout47yourlikeincludingsports,movies,websitesandcelebrities名人.I48thatyounottrytofightwiththem,however,becausethe49arebecomingmuchbiggerandstronger.Ithinkyouwillfindthatyouwill50beingwithboysbutthatyourfeelingswillbedifferentfromthe51theyusedtobe.Iknowyouarenotsupposedtohavea52whileyouarestillinschoolinChina,butifyoustarttofindsomeboysveryhandsomeandyouarestrongly53tosomeofthem,dontbesurprised,54,thisisallverynormal.Fornow,youshould55yourschoolwork,thoughyouwillfindthatsomeboysareattractedtoyou.Thiswillbeanewadventureforyouandmybestadviceistorelaxandenjoyit.考试试卷月考答案高中Goodluck,Brad36.A.startingB.survivingC.changingD.ranging37.A.cellsB.nutritionsC.objectsD.chemicals38.A.headB.mindC.lifeD.study39.A.againstB.forC.withD.without40.A.funB.honorC.goodD.praise41.A.braveB.youngC.smartD.unique42.A.beforeB.whenC.untilD.because43.A.referringB.appealingC.happeningD.pointing44.A.settingB.enteringC.reflectingD.representing45.A.perfectlyB.possiblyC.hardlyD.nearly46.A.playB.foolC.dateD.relax47.A.somebodyB.anybodyC.anythingD.something48.A.demandB.recommendC.commandD.determine49.A.girlsB.adultsC.kidsD.boys50.A.enjoyB.hateC.avoidD.regret51.A.modelB.standardC.wayD.style52.A.girlfriendB.boyfriendC.degreeD.job53.A.attractedB.opposedC.exposedD.accustomed54.A.RatherB.BesidesC.AfterwardsD.Again55.A.dependonB.decideonC.concentrateonD.agreeon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,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。AWHATcanhelpyoumakeafortuneinthefutureGraduatingfromatopuniversitymightnotbeenough.AnewstudyfromtheUniversityofEssexinBritainhasshownthatthemorefriendsyouhaveinschool,themoremoneyyoullearnlater.Theideathatpopularitycouldhaveaseriousinfluenceononesearningpotentialshouldntcomeastoomuchofasurprise.Theresearchersnotedthatifyouwanttogetaheadinlife,socialskillsandnetworkingareeasilyaspowerfulastalentandhardwork.Ifapersonhaslotsoffriends,itmeansthatheorshehastheabilitytogetalongwithothersinallkindsofdifferentsituations,saidXuYanchun,17,fromNantouHighSchoolinShenzhen,whototallyagreedwiththerecentfinding.Also,friendsalwayshelpeachother.Theynotonlycreatewidersocialcirclesforyoubutliftyourmoodwhenyouareoccasionallyinlowspirits,saidXu.Shebelievedthatallthishelpsyouearnahighersalary.MaybethatswhysomepeoplethinktheyoungergenerationsareintheageofFriendalholism交友狂症AwomanevencomplainedthatthenetworkingwebsiteFacebooks5,000friendlimitwastoolowforherlargereserveofsocialcontacts.ButwhatdoesfriendmeanShouldfriendsberegardedasaformofcurrencyCallmeuncool,butIthinkofafriendasanactualpersonwithwhomIhaveanactualhistoryandwhomIenjoyactuallyseeing.Itseems,however,thatthisisnolongerthedefinitionoffriend,saidMeghanDaum,whoworkswithTheLosAngelesTimesintheUS.Daumdislikestheideathatquantitytrumpsqualityintheageoffriendaholism.Shethoughttheideaoffriendship,atleastamongthegrowingpopulationofInternetsocialnetworkers,was考试试卷月考答案高中togetasmanyofnotreallyfriendsaspossible.Forexample,afriendmightbesomeoneyoumightknowpersonallybutwhocouldjustaseasilybethefriendofafriendofsomeotherFacebookfriendyoudontactuallyknow.Althoughsheagreedthatsocialtiesgrease润滑thewheelsoflife,shealsowarned.Toobadonethingmoneycantbuyisarealfriend.56.WhatcanfriendsdointheeyesofXuYanchunA.Theycanhelpyouwithyourschoolwork.B.Theyteachyouhowtomakemoremoney.ks5uC.TheyhelpyoutogetridofsadnessandcheerupD.Theyintroducetheirfriendstoyou.57.WhatwillbeneededifyouaretoachievesuccessaccordingtotheresearchersA.Socialskills,friends,goodmoodandfortune.B.Socialskills,networking,talentandhardwork..C.Socialskills,networking,potentialandfortune.D.Socialskills,talent,hardworkandthefacebook.58.WelearnthatMeghanDaumsattitudetowardsfriendsissomewhat.A.uptodateB.optimisticC.confusedD.traditional59.WhatdoesthewordtrumpsinthelastparagraphmeanA.isbetterthanB.isequaltoC.isworsethanD.issimilartoBPricelistforExpo2010TicketsPhasesTypesPresalePhaseI2009.03.02-2009.06.30PresalePhaseII2009.07.01-2009.12.31PresalePhaseIII2010.01.01-2010.04.30PresalePhase2010.05.01-2010.10.31PeakDaySingleDayAdmission170180190200StandardDaySingleDayAdmission1301401501603DayAdmissionN/A4007DayAdmission900EveningAdmissionN/A90GroupAdmissionForauthorizedtravelagentsonlyStudentGroupAdmissionForauthorizedtravelagentsandeducationinstitutesonlyNotePeakDaysincludeLaborDayHolidayMay13,2010,NationalDayHolidayOct.17,2010,andthelastweekbeforetheclosingdateOct.25-31,2010.UniSportsClubMembershipsMakingthemostoutofthesportsopportunitiesandfacilitiesatSurreyhasneverbeeneasierWith4membershippackagesavailablefromUniSPRTStherewillbesomethingthatsuitsyou.Itisuptoyoutodecidewhatyouareinterestedinandhowoftenyouwillusethefacilities.AsSurreystudentyouwillbeeligibleforanumberofspecialmembershipdealsallowingyoutoparticipateinsport,exerciseordanceforanunbelievablepriceAllmembershipsareavailablethroughouttheyearandcanbepurchasedfromtheSportCentre.StudentGoldCard£95MembershipincludesAccesstostudentclubactivitiesStudentsportsclubinsuranceUnlimiteduseofthegymFreefitnessclassesDiscountsonmostdanceandsportcoursesStudentSilverCard£85MembershipincludesUnlimiteduseofthegymAccesstostudentclubactivitiesStudentsportsclubinsuranceStudentBronzeCard£75MembershipincludesAccesstostudentclubactivitiesStudentsportsclubinsuranceFreesportw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redofitandIwantedtoknowwhatotherpeoplearedoingwiththeseplasticbags.Theanswernotmuch.SoIdecidedtodosomethingmyself.SaidDanielBurd.68.DanielBurdwonfirstprizeatthecanadaWideScienceFairbecause.A.hefoundanewkindofmicroorganismB.hecontributedmuchtoenvironmentalprotectionC.hefoundawaytodegradeplasticsinshortertime考试试卷月考答案高中D.hecouldencouragemicrobegrowthinaneasierway69.DanielBurdexposedoneplasticsampletodeadbacteriato.A.makethelivebacteriaworkbetterB.testhoweffectivehismethodwasC.knowwhichbacteriaworkedfasterD.controlthetemperatureintheprocess70.Maintainingtherequiredtemperaturetakeslittleenergybecause.A.plasticscangethoteasilyB.microbescanproduceheatthemselvesC.muchcarbondioxideisproducedD.thetemperaturecanbecontrolled71.DanielBurdgothisideafrom.A.hisschooltextbookB.thefailureofresearchersC.hiseverydayworkD.thepracticeofotherpeopleENowadayspeoplearetroubledbytheviolencethatspreadsthroughoutthemedia.Movies,televisionandvideogamesarefullofgunplayandbloodshed,andonemightreasonablyaskwhatswrongwithasocietythatpresentsvideosofviolenceasentertainment.Viewinglargeamountsofviolenttelevisionandvideogamesmaywellcontributetoviolentbehaviorincertainindividuals.Thetroublecomeswhenresearchersdownplayuncertaintiesintheirstudiesoroverstatethecaseforcausality因果关系.Skeptics(怀疑论者)weredismayedseveralyearsagowhenagroupofsocietiesincludingtheAmericanMedicalAssociationtriedtoendthedebatebyissuingajointstatementAtthistime,wellover1,000studiespointtoacausalconnectionbetweenmediaviolenceandaggressive(放肆)behaviorsinsomechildren.Freedomofspeechadvocatesaccusedthesocietiesofappealingtopoliticians,andevendisputedthenumberofstudiesmostwerereviewarticlesandessays,theysaid.WhenJonathanFreedman,asocialpsychologistattheUniversityofToronto,reviewedtheliterature,hefoundonly200orsostudiesoftelevisionwatchingandaggression.Andwhenheweededoutthemostdoubtfulmeasuresofaggression,only28supportedaconnection.Thecriticalpointhereiscausality.Thealarmistssaytheyhaveprovedthatviolentmediacauseaggression.Buttheassumptionsbehindtheirobservationsneedtobeexamined.Whenlabelinggamesasviolentornonviolent,shouldaheroeatingaghostreallybecountedasaviolenteventAndwhenexperimentersrecordthetimeittakesgameplayerstoreadaggressiveornonaggressivewordsfromalist,canwebesurewhattheyareactuallymeasuringTheintentionofthenewHarvardCenteronMediaandChildHealthtocollectandstandardizestudiesofmediaviolenceinordertocomparetheirmethodologies,assumptionsandconclusionsisanimportantstepintherightdirection.Anotherappropriatestepwouldbetotonedownthecriticismuntilweknowmore.Severalresearcherswrite,speakandtestifyquitealotonthethreatposedbyviolenceinthemedia.Thatis,ofcourse,theirprivilege.Butwhendoingso,theyoftencomeoutwithstatementsthatthematterhasnowbeensettled,drawingcriticismfromcolleagues.Inresponse,thealarmistsaccusecriticsandnewsreportersofbeingdeceivedbytheentertainmentindustry.Suchclasheshelpneithersciencenorsociety.72.WhyistheresomuchviolenceshowninmoviesTVandvideogames考试试卷月考答案高中A.Thereisalotofviolenceintherealworldtoday.B.Somethinghasgonewrongwithtodayssociety.C.Manypeoplearefondofgunplayandbloodshed.D.Showingviolenceisthoughttobeentertaining.73.WhatistheskepticsviewofmediaviolenceA.Violenceontelevisionisfairlyaccuratereflectionofrealworldlife.B.ACausalrelationshipexistsbetweenmediaandrealworldviolenceC.Moststudiesoverstatetheeffectofmediaviolenceontheviewers.D.Theinfluenceofmediaviolenceonchildrenhasbeenunderestimated.74.Theauthorusesthetermalarmiststorefertothosewho.A.usestandardizedmeasurementsinthestudiesofmediaviolenceB.insistonadirectlinkbetweenviolentmediaandaggressivebehaviorC.initiatethedebateovertheinfluenceofviolencemediaonrealityD.useappropriatemethodologyinexaminingaggressivebehavior75.WhatdoesthewriterthinkofthedebateconcerningtherelationshipbetweenthemediaandviolenceA.Hemorethanagreeswiththeviewsheldbythealarmists.B.Itshouldcometoanendsincethematterhasnowbeensettled.C.Thepaststudiesinthisfieldhaveprovedtobemisleading.D.Morestudiesshouldbeconductedbeforeconclusionsaredrawn.

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