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2011年全国高考英语全国卷试题及答案word版.doc

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2011年全国高考英语全国卷试题及答案word版.doc

2011年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试英语第一卷第一部分英语知识运用(共三节,满分50分)第一节语音知识(共5小题每小题1分,满分5分)1高1考1资1源1网11.cushionA.buttonB.butcherC.buryD.duty2.countryA.announceB.coughC.encourageD.shoulder3.pillowA.flowerB.allowC.knowledgeD.follow4.reachA.breatheB.reallyC.pleasureD.heaven5.ChristmasA.handkerchiefB.teacherC.acheD.merchant第二节语法和词汇知识(共15小题每小题1分,满分15分)6.DidyouforgetaboutmybirthdayIvebookedatableatMichelsrestaurantforthisevening.A.WhatthenB.Imafraidso.C.howcouldID.Forsure.7.TedcamefortheweekendwearingonlysomeshortsandaTshirt,isastupidthingtodoinsuchweather.A.thisB.thatC.whatD.which8.Ifyousmoke,pleasegooutside.A.canB.shouldC.mustD.may9.Ifyoudontlikethedrinkyou______justleaveitandtryadifferentone.A.orderedB.areorderingC.willorderD.hadordered10.Mary,I_____Johnofhispromisetohelpyou.A.toldB.remindedC.warnedD.advised11.IgotthisbicycleforMyfriendgaveittomewhensheboughtanewone.A.everythingB.somethingC.anythingD.nothing12.Itisonethingtoenjoylisteningtogoodmusic,butitisanothertoplayitwellyourself.A.quiteB.veryC.ratherD.much13.Janewontjoinusfordinnertonightand.A.neitherwontTomB.TomwonteitherC.TomwilltooD.sowillTom14.Thisshopwillbeclosedforrepairsfurthernotice.A.withB.untilC.forD.at15.Theisland,tothemainlandbyabridge,iseasytogoto.A.joiningB.tojoinC.joinedD.havingjoined16.Ashereachedfrontdoor,Jacksawstrangesight.A.the不填B.atheC.不填aD.thea17.Mr.StevensonisgreattoworkforIreallycouldntaskfora_boss.A.betterB.goodC.bestD.stillbetter18.Sarahpretendedtobecheerful,______nothingabouttheargument.A.saysBsaidC.tosayD.saying19.Itwasanicemeal,_______alittleexpensive.A.thoughB.whetherC.asD.since20.Soyougaveheryourphone______shesaidshedreturnittomewhenshecouldaffordherown.A.MypleasureB.NotexactlyC.NodoubtD.Allright第三节完形填空(共20小题每小题1.5分,满分30分)Therearetimeswhenpeoplearesotiredthattheyfallasleepalmostanywhere.Wecanseethereisalotofsleepingonthebusortrainonthe__21____homefromworkintheevenings.Amanwillbe__22____thenewspaper,andsecondslaterit__23___asifheistryingto___24__it.Orhewillfallasleepontheshoulderofthestranger___25__nexttohim.___26___placewhereunplannedshortsleep__27__isinthelecturehallwhereastudentwillstartsnoring(打鼾)so___28____thattheprofessorhastoaskanotherstudentto___29___thesleeperawake.Amoreembarrassing(尴尬)situationoccurswhenastudentstartsfallingintosleepandthe___30___oftheheadpushesthearmoffthe___31___,andthemovementcarriesthe__32___ofthebodyalong.Thestudentwakesuponthefloorwithno___33___ofgettingthere.Theworsttimetofallasleepiswhen__34___.Policereportsarefullof___35___thatoccurwhenpeoplefallintosleepandgo__36_____theroad.Ifthedriversare___37____,theyarenotseriouslyhurt.Onewomanscar,___38____,wentintotheriver.Shewokeupinfourfeetof__39____andthoughtitwasraining.Whenpeoplearereally___40_____,nothingwillstopthemfromfallingasleepnomatterwheretheyare.21.A.wayB.trackC.pathD.road22.A.buyingB.foldingC.deliveringD.reading23.A.actsB.showsC.appearsD.sounds24.A.openB.eatC.findD.finish25.A.lyingB.waitingC.talkingD.sitting26.A.NextB.EveryC.AnotherD.One27.A.goesonB.endsupC.lastsD.returns28.A.bravelyB.happilyC.loudlyD.carelessly29.A.leaveB.shakeC.keepD.watch30.A.sizeB.shapeC.weightD.strength31.A.cushionB.deskC.shoulderD.book32.A.actionB.positionC.restD.side33.A.memoryB.reasonC.questionD.purpos34.A.thinkingB.workingC.walkingD.driving35.A.changesB.eventsC.ideasD.accidents36.A.upB.offC.alongD.down37.A.luckyB.awakeC.calmD.strong38.A.intimeB.atfirstC.asusualD.forexample39.A.dustB.waterC.grassD.bush40.A.tiredB.drunkC.lonelyD.lazy第二部分阅读理解(共25小题。第一节每小题2分,第二节每小题1分满分45分)ASince1984,Philadelphiahasbeencleaningupitsact.Onebyone,graffiticoveredwallsarebeingchangedintooutdoorart.Sofar,morethan1,800murals(壁画)havebeenpainted.PhiladelphianowhasmoremuralsthananyotherAmericancity.Thewallsthatwereonceuglywithgraffiti(涂鸦)arenowcoveredwithbeautifulpicturesofhistoricalheroesandmodernart,thankstotheMuralArtsProgramMAP.Itsworkmakesschoolsandpublicplacesattractive,anditscitizensveryproud.TheprogrambeganaspartofPhiladelphiasAntiGraffitiNetwork.JaneGoldenistheMAPsartisticdirector.Whenpeopleaskmewhatourprogramisabout,shesays,Ianswerthemwithonewordhope.Eachyear,theMAPoffersyouthartprogramsandworkshops.SomeonetimegraffitiwritersevenhelppaintMAPmurals.TheMAPswork,saysGolden,isallaboutdevelopingasenseofcommunity(社区).Whenaneighborhoodrequestsamural,theMAPworkswiththepeopletheretodevelopamessage.SomemessageshavebeenSafeStreets,LoveandCare,andPeaceWalk.TheMAPreceivesupto50requestsformuralseachweek.Lastyear,theworkerspainted140murals.Themakingofamuralenterspeoplescollectivememoryasanextraordinary,pleasantmomentinneighborhoodhistorysaysGolden,whobeganasamuralistinLosAngeles.41.WhatcanbethebesttitleforthetextA.Love,fromGraffitiWriterstoMuralistsB.MAP,aNewCompanyinPhiladelphiaC.Jane,anExcellentMuralArtistD.Hope,OneWallataTime42.WhatistheMuralArtsPrograminPhiladelphiaaimedatA.Helpingtheyoungfindjobs.B.Protectingtheneighborhood.C.Fightingagainstgraffiti.D.Attractingmorevisitors.43.HowdoestheMAPdecideonthemessageforamuralA.Byhavingdiscussionswithpeopleinthecommunity.B.Byseekingadvicefromthecitygovernment.C.Bylearningfromtheyounggraffitiwriters.D.Bystudyingthehistoryofthecity.44.WhichofthefollowingwordsbestdescribestheworkoftheMAPA.Difficult.B.Dangerous.C.Experimental.D.Successful.BForthosewhostudythedevelopmentofintelligence(智力)intheanimalworld,selfawarenessisanimportantmeasurement.Ananimalthatisaware(意识)ofitselfhasahighlevelofintelligence.Awarenesscanbetestedbystudyingwhethertheanimalrecognizesitselfinthemirror,thatis,itsownreflectedimage(反射出的影像).Manyanimalsfailthisexercisebitterly,payingevrylittleattentiontothereflectedimage.Onlyhumans,andsomeintelligentanimalslikeapesanddolphins,haveshowntorecognizethattheimageinthemirrorisofthemselves.Nowanotheranimalhasjoinedtheclub.IntheProceedingsoftheNationalAcademyofSciences,researchersreportthatanAsianelephanthaspassedthemirrorselfreflectiontest.Wethoughtthatelephantswerethenextimportantanimal,saidDinanaReissoftheWildlifeConservationSociety,anauthorofthestudywithJoshuaM.PlotnikandFansB.M.deWaalofEmoryUniversity.Withtheirlargebrains,Reisssaid,elephantsseemedlikecousinstoapesanddolphins.TheresearcherstestedHappy,MaxineandPatty,threeelephantsattheBronxZoo.Theyputan8footsquaremirroronawalloftheanimalsplayareaoutofthesightofzoovisitorsandrecordedwhathappenedwithcameras,includingonebuiltinthemirror.Theelephantsusedtheirlongnosestofindwhatwasbehindit,andtoexaminepartsoftheirbodies.Ofthethree,Happythenpassedthetest,inwhichaclearmarkwaspaintedononesideofherface.Shecouldtellthemarkwastherebylookinginthemirror,andsheusedthemirrortotouchthemarkwithherlongnose.DianaReisssaid,Weknewelephantswereintelligent,butnowwecantalkabouttheirintelligenceinabetterway.45.WhatcanmirrorteststellusaboutanimalsA.Whethertheyhavelargebrains.B.Whethertheyhaveselfawareness.C.Whethertheyenjoyoutdoorexercises.D.Whethertheyenjoyplayingwithmirrors.46.WhydoestheauthormentionapesanddolphinsinthetextA.Theyaremostfamiliartoreaders.B.Theyarebigfavoriteswithzoovisitors.C.TheyareincludedinthestudybyReiss.D.Theyarealreadyknowntobeintelligent.47.WhatmadeHappydifferentfromMaxineandPattyA.Sheusedhernosetosearchbehindthemirror.B.Sherecognizedherownimageinthemirror.C.Shepaintedamarkonherownface.D.Shefoundthehiddencamera.CStudentMembershipCambridgeArtsCinemaCambridgeArtsCinemaisoneofthearthousesinBritainandhomeoftheinternationallycelebratedCambridgeFilmFestival.Since1947generationsofstudentshavediscoveredthewealthofworldcinema.Nowyoutoocanmakemostofitandsavemoney.

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