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考试试卷高考复习模拟答案阜阳一中2012届高三第八次月考英语第一部分听力(共两节,满分30分)第一节(共5小题每小题1.5分,满分7.5分)请听下面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.WhathappenedtoLilyA.Shebrokeherlegslastweek.B.Shebrokeherarmlastweek.C.Shelostheralarmclocklastweek.2.HowdoesthemanarrivethereA.BybicycleB.BybusC.Onfoot3.WhatdoesthewomanmeanA.Maryishealthierthansheseems.B.Maryisingoodhealth.C.Maryisinpoorhealthlikeher.4.WherewillthemangoforthesummervacationA.Tokyo.B.London.C.Kyoto.5.WhatarethespeakerstalkingaboutA.Theirneighboursdog.B.Theirneighboursgarden.C.Theirneighbourscharacter.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,各个小题将给出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至第7题6.WhydoesGreenerWorlddevelopeducationalprogramsforschoolsA.Toshowchildrenhowtheoceansarebeingpolluted.B.Totellchildrenwhyoverfishingcanhappen.C.Tomakeacontributiontotheseschools.7.WherewillaspeechbedeliveredA.InGreenerWorldsmeetinghall.B.Inthemansschoolmeetinghall.CInthewomansschoolmeetinghall.听第7段材料,回答第8至第9题8.Wherewillthewomanmoveto考试试卷高考复习模拟答案A.GuangzhouB.HangzhouC.Hanzhong9.WherewasthewomanbornA.OnOctober11,1968B.OnOctober21,1968C.OnOctober11,1986听第8段材料,回答第10至第12题10.WhatswrongwiththemanscameraA.Itsbatteryrunsoutveryquickly.B.Itsbuttondoesntworkproperly.C.Itsscreenalwaysgoesback.11.WhatsthetypeofthemanscameraA.IXUS210B.IXUS220C.IXUS31012.WhereistherepaircenterA.Onthe17thfloor,No.1553PalaceStreetB.Onthe7thfloor,No.1553PalaceStreetC.Onthe7thfloor,No.1535PalaceStreet听第9段材料,回答第13至第16题13.WhatcourseshouldthemantakeinordertograduatethisyearA.Asciencecourse.B.Amedicalcourse.C.Anartcourse.14.WhatwasthemanpooratinhighschoolA.Physics.B.Chemistry.C.math.15.WhichcoursewillthemanprobablychooseatlastA.Biology.B.Geology.C.Astronomy.16.WhatcanwelearnfromtheconversationA.Themancanttoleratethesmellinthelab.B.Dr.Cooktaughtthewomanastronomylastterm.C.Thewomanistakingadramacourserightnow.听第10段材料,回答第17至第20题17.WhatmakesitpossibleforNancytoflyanywhereintheworldA.Herhighannualsalary.B.Supportofherflightcompany.C.Flexiblescheduleandcheaptickets.18.WhatdoAAIvolunteersdobesidesdeliveringdonationsA.Helpneedychildrenwiththeirstudies.B.Plantgardens,digwells,andbuildclinics.C.Danceandsingsongswithneedychildren.19.WhatmadeNancyhaveastrongdesiretogiveandthencreateAAIA.Thelossofherfather.B.Localpeoplessufferingfrompoverty.C.Hertripstomoderncities.20.WhatdoweknowaboutAAIA.Mostofitsvolunteersworkinlocalcommunities.B.Ithasahistoryoffiftyfouryears.考试试卷高考复习模拟答案C.Ithasmorethan3000volunteersnow.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。21.Peoplearelivingin_____worldwheremouseclicksruleourlife,soonlinesearcheshavebecome_____mustinourdailylife.A.atheB.不填aC.aaD.the不填22.Ionlygot90inthemathstest.CalmdownItsadifficultoneandthe_______scoreofourclassis89.A.usualB.ordinaryC.commonD.average23.IgrewupinFuyang,_____atleastIshouldsaythatIspentmychildhoodhere.A.andB.butC.orD.so24.Begyourpardon,butIdidntquitecatchwhatyousaid.Oh,Itomyself.A.havetalkedB.amtalkingC.hadtalkedD.wastalking25.Chinahasincreasedsupplyoflowrentapartmentsrecently,________tohelplowincomefamilieshaveplacestolivein.A.toaimB.aimingC.havingaimedD.aims26.Wehadinvited50gueststoourparty,butinfact_________came.A.morethantwiceasmanyB.morethantwicemanyC.twiceasmuchD.astwicemany27.Ihavepromisedthatmyson_______getacomputeronhisnextbirthday.A.shouldB.mustC.shallD.might28.wegotherebytrainorbyshipmakesnodifference.Thetimeandthefeesarethesame.A.WhichB.HowC.WhetherD.Why29.Finishyourhomeworkbeforeyousurfontheinternet.,mom.A.ForgetitB.GoaheadC.EnoughsaidD.Nevermind30.Northofmyschoolapark,whichismyfavoriteplacetogoafterschool.A.liesB.islyingC.doeslieD.wherelies31.Thejobisnotveryprofitable________cash,butIcangetvaluableexperiencefromit.A.intermsofC.inreturnforA.incaseofC.inadditionto32.SoyouhavemetLindaYes.Itwaslastweek_____weattendedMarysbirthdayparty.A.thatB.whenC.sinceD.while33.Thecity_______anationalgardencitylastmonth.A.wasnamedB.isnamedC.namedD.names考试试卷高考复习模拟答案34.Boblookedbackonlytofindanoldclassmatewhosename_______himforthemoment.A.escapedB.missedC.forgotD.passed35.HeisreallyagoodteacherYeah,heistotallydedicatedand_______thebestinhisstudents.A.bringsoutB.carriesoutC.putsoutD.runsout第二节完形填空(共20小题每小题1.5分,满分30分)Mr.Glenisamillionaire.Fiveyearsago,afterreturningfromabroadtohismotherland,he36hissmallcompany.Speakingofsuccess,Glenoftentellsusastoryabouthisextraexpensiveschoolfee.Healways37hissuccesstoit.Atthattime,Glen,whoalreadygotaPh.D.degree,38toreturntothehomeland,startingacompany.Beforeleaving,heboughtaRolexwatchwiththe39madethroughyearsofworkafterschoolandthescholarships.Attheairporthehadtoacceptthe40customscheck.Thewatchonhiswristwasalsodemandedtobetakendownfor41.Glenknewthatcarryingthespecificgoodsouthadtopaythetax,andheworriedaboutpaying42forhiswatch.Sowhenhewaschecked,hetoldaliethathiswatchwasa43fake(假货).Whenhewas44ofhissmarts,immediately,inthepresenceofGlen,theofficershitthewatch,45costnearly100,000,intopieces46hearingGlenswords.Glenwas47.Beforeheunderstoodwhy,hewastakentotheofficetobeexamined48.Formanytimesofentryexit49heknewthatonlythosepeopleintheblacklistwouldenjoythisspecialtreatment.Theofficerslookedovereverythingcarefullyinthebox,and50himnomatterwhattimeofentryandexithemustacceptthecheckandif51reusingandcarryingfakeandshoddygoods,hewouldbe52accordingtolawSuddenly,hisfaceturnedred,andhehadnothinginmindafterboardingtheplaneforlong.Afterreturningtothehomeland,heoftentoldthestorytohisfamily,andhisemployees,too.Hesaidthatthismadeadeep53onhim,becausetheadditionalhighschoolfeethathehadeverpaidmadehimrealizethevalueof54,whichhewouldrememberasthe55ofhissuccessforever.36.A.setupB.tookupC.wentupD.pickedup37.A.honorsB.mentionsC.bringsD.owes38.A.decidedB.refusedC.objectedD.asked39.A.booksB.thingsC.savingsD.pounds40.A.ordinaryB.routineC.regularD.common41.A.lookB.inspectionC.testD.experiment42.A.oneB.itC.themD.these43.A.pricelessB.usefulC.worthlessD.valuable44.A.afraidB.proudC.ashamedD.hard45.A.thatB.whatC.asD.which46.A.onB.atC.whoD.in47.A.disappointedB.delightedC.amazedD.satisfied考试试卷高考复习模拟答案48.A.strictlyB.quietlyC.quicklyD.curiously49.A.conditionsB.experiencesC.experimentsD.chances50.A.stoppedB.hopedC.warnedD.urged51.A.cameoutB.foundoutC.sentoutD.setout52.A.hitB.blamedC.praisedD.charged53.A.expressionB.ideaC.thoughtD.impression54.A.honestyB.liesC.goodsD.bravery55.A.secretB.lessonC.choiceD.belief第三部分阅读理解(共20小题,每题2分,满分40分)ABritishpotatofarmerswereangryandwantedtheexpressioncouchpotatotobetakenoutofthedictionarybecauseitharmedthevegetablesimage.TheBritishPotatoCouncilwantstheOxfordEnglishDictionarytoreplacetheexpressionwiththetermcouchslouch,withprotestsbeingoutsideParliamentinLondonandtheofficesofOxfordUniversityPress.KathrynRace,headofmarketingattheCouncil,whichrepresentssome4,000plantersandprocessors,saidthegrouphadcomplainedinwritingtotheOEDbuthadyettoreceivearesponse.Wearetryingtogetridoftheimagethatpotatoesarebadforyou,shesaidonMonday.Thepotatohashaditsknocksinthepast.OfcourseitisnottheOxfordEnglishDictionarysfaultbutwewanttouseanotherterminsteadofcouchpotatobecausepotatoesarenaturallyhealthy.TheOEDsaysthatcouchpotatobeganasAmericanslang,meaningapersonwhospendshisorherleisuretimesittingaround,especiallywatchingtelevisionorvideotapes.ThePotatoCouncilsaysitscampaignisbackedbydieticians饮食学家whosaythevegetableislowinfatandhighinvitaminC.Supportingthecampaign,famouscookAntonyWorrallThompsonsaidthevegetablewasoneofBritainsfavoritefoods.Notonlyaretheyhealthy,theyarealsoconvenientandyummy美味.Lifewithoutpotatoislikeasandwichwithoutafilling,hesaid.JohnSimpson,chiefeditoroftheOxfordEnglishDictionary,saidthedictionaryfirstincludedthetermcouchpotatoin1993andsaiddictionariesjustreflectthewordsthatsocietyuses.Simpsonsaidwordswerenevertakenoutofthefulllengthdictionary,whichincludessome650,000wordsin20volumes.Butlittleusedwordscanberemovedfromthesmallerdictionariestomakewayfornewerones.Ifsocietystopsusingwordsthentheygettakenoutofthesmallerdictionaries,headded.ThefirstknownrecordeduseoftheexpressioncouchpotatowasinanarticleinLos考试试卷高考复习模拟答案AngelesTimes,in1979,Simpsonsaid.NigelEvans,amemberofParliamentfortheRibbleValleyinLancashire,hasmadeamotioninsupportofthecampaign,highlightingthenutritionalvalueoftheBritishpotato.56.Britishpotatofarmerswantedto_________.A.advertisetheirproducesB.callforahigherpricefortheirpotatoesC.removetheexpressioncouchpotatofromthedictionaryD.letpeopleknowhowimportantthepotatoisinpeopleslives57.Thefarmersthinkthat_________.A.potatoeshavehadabadimageB.PotatoesaregoodforpeoplebynatureC.potatoessometimesdoharmtopeopleD.itsthedictionarysfaulttousetheexpressioncouchpotato58.JohnSimpsonthinksthat_________.A.theexpressioncanbetakenoutofeverykindofdictionaryB.dictionariesdonotnecessarilyreflectthewordsthesocietyusesC.littleusedwordscanremaininthesmallerdictionariesD.itisimpossibleforthemtotaketheexpressionoutofthedictionary59.WhatiswrongwiththeexpressioncouchpotatoaccordingtothefarmersinthispassageA.Itisconnectedwithunfavorablemeaning.B.Potatoshouldbeusedintheexpression.C.ItisborrowedfromAmericaEnglish.D.Itreferstoakindofperson.BThevitaminsnecessaryforahealthybodyarenormallysuppliedbyagoodmixeddiet,includingavarietyoffruitsandgreenvegetables.Itisonlywhenpeopletrytoliveonaveryrestricteddiet,saythatwhentryingtoloseweight,thatitisnecessarytomakespecialprovisionstosupplythemissingvitamins.Anexampleofthedangersofarestricteddietmaybeseeninthediseaseknownasberiberi,whichusedtomakelargenumbersofEasternpeoplewholivedmainlyonricesuffer.Intheearlyyearsoflastcentury,aDutchscientistnamedEijkmanwastryingtodiscoverthecauseofberiberi.Atfirsthethoughtitwastransmittedbyagerm病菌.HewasworkinginaJapanesehospital,wherethepatientswerefedonpolishedricewhichhadhadtheoutercoveringsremovedfromthegrain,itwasthoughtthiswouldbeeasierforweakandsickpeopletodigest.Eijkmanthoughthisgermtheorywasprovedwhenhenoticedthechickensinthehospitalyard,whichwerefedonremainsfromthepatientsplates,werealsoshowingsignsofthedisease.Hethentriedtoseparatethegerm,whichhethoughtwascausingthedisease,buthisexperimentswereinterruptedbyahospitalofficial,whoorderedthatthericewithoutcoverings,eventhoughleftoverbythepatients,wastoogoodforchickens.Itshouldberecookedforthepatients,andthechickensshouldbefedoncheap,考试试卷高考复习模拟答案roughricewiththeoutercoveringsstillonthegrain.Eijkmannoticedthatthechickensbegantorecoveronthenewdiet.Hebegantoconsiderthepossibilitythateatingunmilledrice糙米somehowpreventedorcuredberiberieventhatalackofsomeingredient成分inthecoveringsmaybethecauseofthedisease.Indeedthiswasthecase.TheelementneededtopreventberiberiwasshortlyafterwardsseparatedfromricecoveringsandisnowknownasvitaminB.Themilledrice,thoughmoreexpensive,wasinfactcausingthediseasethehospitalwastryingtocure.Nowadays,thisterriblediseaseismuchlesscommonthankstoourknowledgeofvitamins.60.WhatdoestheunderlinedwordrestrictedmeanA.balancedB.limitedC.diverseD.complex61.Accordingtothepassage,agoodmixeddiet.A.issuitableforlosingweightB.shouldbeonlyfruitsandvegetablesC.normallycontainsenoughvitaminsD.isoftendifficulttoarrange62.WhatdoweknowaboutthediseaseberiberiA.Itkilledlargenumbersofpeople.B.Itresultedfromlackofvitamins.C.Itwastransmittedbymilledrice.D.Itwascausedbydiseasedchickens.63.WhatcanbethebesttitleofthepassageA.AGoodMixedDietB.TheImportanceofUnmilledRiceC.TheDangersofBeriberiD.TheImportanceofVitaminsCDisease,poverty,hate,love-CharlesDickensstoriesopenedhisreaderseyestothemostimportantthemesofhisage.Twohundredyearson,hisstoriesstillspeakvolumesacrosstheworld,provingthatDickenslegacy(遗产)wasfargreaterthatjustgreatliterature.February7marksthe200thanniversaryofthewritersbirthday.Tomarkthisdate,BBCwriterAlexHudsonlistedsixthingsDickensgavethemodernworld.Letstakealookattwoofthem.AWhiteChristmasDickensisdescribedasthemanwhoinventedChristmas-notthereligiousfestival,buttheculturalaspectsthatweassociatewiththefestiveseasontoday.Intheearly19thcentury,Christmaswasbarelyworthmentioning,accordingtocriticandwriterLeighHunt.ThecommitteewhichrantheConservativePartyevenheldordinarybusinessmeetingsonChristmasDay-unthinkableintheWestnowadays,wheneveryonebutthemostnecessaryworkerstakesatleastthreedaysoff.ManypeoplebelievethatDickenspopulardescriptionsofthefestiveperiodbecameablueprintforgenerationstocome.Inhisclassicnovel,AChristmasCarol,henotonly考试试卷高考复习模拟答案putforwardtheideaofsnowatChristmas,butalsopaintedapictureofglowingwarmth-homeenjoyments,affectionsandhopes.InhisbiographyofDickens,PeterAckroydwroteDickenscanbesaidtohavealmostsinglehandedlycreatedthemodernideaofChristmas.DickenspovertyDickenswasoneofthefirsttotakeanhonestlookattheunderclassandthepoorofVictorianLondon.Hehelpedpopularizethetermredtapetodescribesituationswherepeopleinpoweruseneedlessamountsofbureaucracy官僚作风inawaythatparticularlyhurtstheweakerandpoorermembersofsociety.Dickensianhasnowbecomeapowerfulwordfordescribinganunacceptablelevelofpoverty.In2009,whenthepresidentoftheAssociationofTeachersandLecturersintheUKwantedtotalkaboutpovertyinsomeareasofBritain,shedidnotusewordsliketerribleorhorrific,butratherdescribeditaslifemirroringthetimesofDickens.64.Thearticleismainlyabout.A.abriefintroductiontoCharlesDickensB.CharlesDickensimpactontheworldC.thecharactersinCharlesDickensstoriesD.CharlesDickensachievementsinliterature65.WhyisDickenscalledthemanwhoinventedChristmasA.Becausehecreatedbothreligiousandculturefestival.B.BecausehisnovelshavesomethingtodowithChristmas.C.BecauseoneofhisnovelshelpedtoshapeChristmascelebrations.D.BecausehewasthefirstmantohaveproposedcelebratingChristmas.66.Wecanlearnfromthepassagethat.A.CharlesDickensnovelsreflectthetruelifeathisageB.DickensianiswidelyusedtodescribetheChristmasC.EverypersoncantakethreedaysoffforChristmasD.ThethemeofCharlesDickensstoriesisaboutpoverty67.Accordingtothepassagethephraseredtaperefersto.A.regulationsthatarerequiredtofinishataskB.asituationwherepoormembersofsocietyarehurtC.conflictbetweenpeopleinpowerandweakerpeopleD.agreementsmadebytheunderclassofsocietyDSydneyJ.HarrisaccompaniedhisfriendGeorgetohisfavoritenewsstand.Georgegreetedthemansellingthenewspaperspolitely,butinreturnhereceivedrudeservice.Hejustacknowledgedhiscustomerandneverevenlookedupathimwhenherequestedthelatenightedition.Acceptingthenewspaper,Georgepolitelysmiledandwishedthenewsmanapleasantweekend.Theownermadeanindiscernible难识别的soundandseemedrelievedthatthetwomenhadcompletedtheirdealing.Asthetwofriendswalkeddownthestreet,SydneyJ.Harrisasked,Doeshealways考试试卷高考复习模拟答案treatyousorudelyYes,unfortunately,hedoes,Georgeresponded.AndareyoualwayssokindandfriendlytohimYes,IamGeorgecontinuedastheyturnedacorner.WhyareyousonicewhenhessounfriendlytoyouWithalookofdeepthought,Georgeexplained,BecauseIdontwanthimtodecidehowImgoingtoact.WhodecideshowyouregoingtoactIsityourcircumstances环境orthedifficultpeopleinyourlifethatdetermineyourresponsesWhenweallowourconflictstocontrolus,webehaveasthoughgettingridofourpredicaments处境isouronlychoice.Therefore,itdoesntreallymatterhowwetreatoneanother.Forexample,wesay,ThispersoniscausingtroublerightnowsoIdontcareaboutexercisingpatience,selfcontrol,andlovingkindness.Instead,IwanttoletthemknowhowangryImbecauseoftheiractions.Weforgetouractswilleventuallydiedown.Butthewaywehandleconflictswillinfluenceourlivesforalongtime.Willyouonlyrespondtothemomentarycrisis瞬间危机orwillyoubemoreconcernedaboutthelastingvalueofwhatkindofpersonyouarebecoming68.WhatsurprisedSydneyJ.HarrismostA.Georgegreetedrudepeoplepolitely.B.Thenewspapersellerwastoorude.C.Georgegreetedotherspolitely.D.Georgeboughtpapersinthewrongplace.69.Themansellingnewspaperswasrudebecause.A.itwaslateintothenightB.GeorgewasrudetohimC.HarrisdidntbuypapersD.itwashisownbehavior70.AccordingtoGeorge,whodecidedhowhewasgoingtoactA.Thecircumstances.B.Theconflicts.C.Thedifficultpeople.D.Georgehimself.71.Accordingtothelastparagraph,whenwedealwithconflicts,weshould.A.trytowintheconflictsB.immediatelystoptheconflictsC.considerthelongtermbenefitsD.letothersknowourangerEResearchersinover80nationsaretakingpartinaprojecttoconductadecadelongcensus统计ofsealife.Scientistspresentedsomeoftheirfindingsatarecentconferenceastheprojectneareditscompletion.IndeepicywatersunderAntarctica,scientistsfoundbulboustunicates,anundergroundanimal,andmanynewlydiscoveredcreaturesbelievedtoberelatedtostarfish海星andothermarine海洋的)creatures.Elsewhereintheworldsoceans,theyhaverecentlydiscoveredmanykindsof
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