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No pains, no gains. 高三英语
厦门外国语学校 2014 届高三(上)第一次月考
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,并在答案卡上将该项涂黑。 21. — Oh, Tom, what did you do this summer vacation ? — Guess what? I had _______ great fun in _______ show performance ―the Voice of China‖. A. a, the B. the, the C. /, a D. /, the 22. — What do you think of Thomas? — Well, he is good, warm-hearted, hard-working and intelligent; _______ , I can’t speak too highly of him. A. in a word B. as a result C. by the way D. on the contrary 23. With the living expense increasing rapidly, I, a fresh clerk in a company, have to take three part-time jobs, which ______ about extra 4,000 a year. A. take in B. bring in C. get in D. put in 24. They _______ in Holland for ten years. Now they have settled down in Paris. A. lived B. have lived C. had lived D. were living 25. ______ on a clear day, far form the city crowds, the mountains gave him a sense of peace. A. If walking B. While walking C. Walking D. When he was walking 26. It is reported that many a new house _______ at present in the disaster area in Gansu Province. A. was being built B. were being built C. is being built D. are being built 27. The question that puzzled them is ______ they can get rid of the air pollution in the area. A. how is it that B. that how C. that it is how D. how it is that 28. — I’m sorry! I would have taken him to hospital if I had known he was seriously ill. — But _________. A. you didn’t B. you hadn’t C. he wasn’t D. you aren’t 29. I fixed my eyes upon the newcomer, wondering whether I _______ him somewhere before. A. saw B. has seen C. had seen D. would see 30. He suggested the problem worth paying attention ______ at the meeting. A. to be discussed B. to being discussed C. to discuss D. to discussing 31. This sweater fits me, but I can’t afford to buy _______ I have to choose _______ which is cheap enough for me. A. it; that B. that; it C. it; one D. that; the one 32. After a long vacation, Mike came back _______. A. freshly and strongly B. fresh and strong C. being fresh and strong D. to be fresh and strong 33. Students are required to go out in couples, especially in the evenings, with friends ______ they get into trouble. A. even if B. if only C. in case D. when 34. Rock-climbing is a breathtaking activity, very popular nationwide among young people, _______ cooperation as well as courage plays an important role. A. who B. where C. which D. of which 35. — I just can’t stop worrying about the result of my medical examination. — __________. There’s nothing you can do now but wait. A. Take your time B. Watch out for it C. Just a moment D. Sit back and relax

第二节 完形填空 The Healing

No pains, no gains. 高三英语
Jim and his wife, Connie, were shocked by the loss of their four-month-old son—Joshua, whose life was taken by SIDS—sudden infant death syndrome. Thirty hours ago Jim drove to the baby-sitter’s home to __36__ Joshua. It was a __37__ trip, like the one he made five days every week. He arrived, and little Joshua could not be __38__ from his nap. The next few hours were a time of life and death: the racing ambulance, swift-moving doctors and nurses….but 12 hours later, at children’s Hospital, __39__ the doctors had exhausted all __40__, little Joshua was gone. Yes, they wanted __41__ of Joshua’s usable organs to be donated. That was not a __42__ decision for Jim and Connie, a loving and __43__ couple. The next morning dawned and many things had to be arranged. Telephone calls and funeral plans. __44__ one point Jim realized he needed a __45__.When Jim settled into the chair __46__ the barber’s, he began to __ 47__ the past hours, trying to __48__ some sense of it all. __49__ had Joshua, their f irst-born, the child they had waited so long for, been taken so soon….he had __50__ begun his life….The question kept coming, and the pain in Jim’s heart just __51__ him. While talking with the barber, Jim mentioned the organ donations, looking at his watch: ―They are transplanting one of his heart valves(瓣膜) right now.‖ The __52__ stopped and stood motionless. Finally she spoke, but it was only a whisper. ―You’re not going to believe this….but about an hour ago the customer sitting in this chair wanted me to hurry __53__ she could get to Children’s Hospital. She __54__ here so full of joy….her prayers had been answered. Today her baby granddaughter is receiving a __55__ needed transplant—a heart valve.‖ Jim’s healing began. 36. A. pick out 37. A. routine 38. A. called 39. A. though 40. A. medicine 41. A. part 42. A. good 43. A. giving 44. A. Of 45. A. haircut 46. A. with 47. A. decide on 48. A. get 49. A. How 50. A. barely 51. A. covered 52. A. hairdresser 53. A. since 54. A. arrived 55. A. desperately B. pick up B. annual B. disturbed B. since B. strength B. few B. difficult B. tiring B. In B. break B. at B. reflect on B. take B. Why B. nearly B. drew B. customer B. as B. left `B. deadly C. set out C. average C. awakened C. because C. attempts C. some C. stupid C. boring C. On C. donation C. by C. keep on C. hold C. Whether C. seldom C. enveloped C. father C. so C. stayed C. clearly D. set up D. random D. survived D. as D. spirits D. all D. wise D. thinking D. At D. decision D. near D. focus on D. make D. If D. almost D. choked D. parent D. and D. sat D. obviously

第三节 阅读理解 A When Scotsman Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone in 1876, it was a revolution in communication. the For first time, people could talk to each other over great distances almost as clearly as they were in the same room. Nowadays,

No pains, no gains. 高三英语
though, we increasingly use Bell's invention for taking photographs, accessing the Internet or watching video clips, rather than talking. Over the last two decades a new means of spoken communication has emerged: the mobile phone. The first real mobile telephone call was made in 1973 by Dr Martin Cooper, the scientist who invented the modern mobile handset. Within a decade, mobile phones became available to the public. streets of modern cities began to feature The sharp-suited characters shouting into giant plastic bricks. In Britain the mobile phone quickly became synonymous with the “yuppie”, the new breed of young urban professionals who carried the expensive handsets as status symbols. Around this time many of us swore that we would never, ever own a mobile phone. But in the mid-90s, something happened. Cheaper handsets and cheaper calling rates meant that, almost overnight, it seemed that everyone had a mobile phone. And the giant plastic bricks of the 80s had evolved into smooth little objects that fitted nicely into pockets and bags. Moreover, people are timekeeping changed. Younger readers will be amazed to know that, not long ago, people made spoken arrangements to meet at a certain place at a certain time. But later Meeting time because approximate under the new order of communication: the Short Message Service (SMS) or text message. Going to be late? Send a text message! The text message has changed the way we write in English. Traditional rules of grammar and spelling are much less important when you’re sitting on the bus, hurriedly typing "Will B 15mm late-C U @ the bar. will be 15 mm late – C U @ the bar. (I Sorry!-)". Alexander Graham Bell would be surprised if he could see how far the science of telephone has progressed in less than 150 years.If he were around today, he might say: "That’s gr8(great)! But I’m busy rite now.Will call U2nite." 56. What does the underlined parting Para.2 refers to? A. House of modern cities. B. Sharp-suited characters. C. New type of professionals. D. Mobile phones. 57. According to Paragraph 4, why did Meeting time become approximate? A. People were more likely to be late for their meeting. B. SMS made it easier to inform each other. C. Young people don’t like unchanging things. D. Traditional customs were dying out. 58. If you want to meet your friend at the school gate this evening, which of the following message can you send him? A. Call U@SKUg8 2nite. B. IM2BZ2CU 2nite. C. CU@ the bar g8 2nite. D. W84U@ SKUg8 2nite. 59. What does the passage mainly tell us about? A. Alexander Graham’s invention. B. SMS as a new way of communication. C. New functions of the mobile telephone. D. The development of the mobile phone.

B I lost my sight when I was four by falling off a box car in a freight (货物) yard in Atlantic City. Now I am thirty two. I can slightly remember what color red is. It would be wonderful to see again, but a disaster can do strange things to people. I might not have come to love life as I do if I hadn’t been blind. I don’t mean that I would prefer to go without my eyes. I simply mean that the loss of them made me appreciate the more what I had left. Life, I believe, asks constant adjustments to reality. The adjustment is never easy. I was totally confused and afraid. But I

No pains, no gains. 高三英语
was lucky. My parents and my teachers saw something in me — a potential to live, and they made me want to fight it out with blindness. The hardest lesson I had to learn was to believe in myself. If I hadn’t been able to do that, I would have become a chair rocker on the front porch for the rest of my life. When I say belief in myself, I mean an assurance that I am, despite imperfections, a real, positive person; that somewhere in the intricate (错综复杂的) pattern of people there is a special place where I can make myself fit. It took me years to discover and strengthen this assurance. Once a man gave me an indoor baseball. I thought he was making fun of me and I was hurt. ―I can’t use this.‖ I said, ―Take it with you,‖ he urged me, ―and roll it around.‖ The words stuck in my hand. ―Roll it around!‖ By rolling the ball I could hear where it went. This gave me an idea how to achieve a goal I had thought impossible; playing baseball. At Philadelphia’s Overbook School for the Blind invented a new kind of baseball. We called it ground ball. All my life I have set a series of goals and then tried to reach them, one at a time. I had to learn my limitation. It was no good trying for something that I knew at the start was out of reach. I would fail sometimes anyway but on the average I made progress. 60. We can learn from the beginning of the passage that _____. A. the author lost his sight because of a car crash. B. the author wouldn’t love life if the disaster didn’t happen. C. the disaster made the author appreciate what he had. D. the disaster strengthened the author’s desire to see. 61. What’s the most difficult thing for the author? A. How to adjust himself to reality. B. Building up assurance that he can find his place in life. C. Learning to manage his life alone. D. How to invent a new kind of baseball. 62. According to the context, ―a chair rocker on the front porch‖ in paragraph 3 means that the author __________. A. would sit in a rocking chair and enjoy his life. B. would be unable to move and stay in a rocking chair C. would lose his will to struggle against difficulties. D. would sit in a chair and stay at home. 63. What is the best title for the passage? A. A Miserable Life B. Struggle Against Difficulties C. A Disaster Makes a Strong Person D. An Unforgettable Experience C Below is a web page from http://www.parents.com/ Kid of the Year Photo Competition Enter your kid’s photo today and win! We’re giving away 52 weekly 250 prizes from Readers’ Choice votes. PLUS our editors will select one entry to win our grand prize of 7,000. Official Competition Rules No purchase necessary to enter or win. The kid of the Year Photo Competition entry period begins at 12:00 a.m. January 23, 2011, and ends January 21, 2012 (―Entry Period‖). Entries must arrive by 9:00 P.M. on January 21, 2012 (―Entry Deadline‖). Entries will not be acknowledged or returned. SPONSOR (赞助商): Meredith Corporation, 1716 Locust Street, Des Moines, Iowa. ENTRY: There will be two methods of entry. Share My Entry:

No pains, no gains. 高三英语
Visit http://www.parents.com/photos/photo-contests-1/kid-of-the-year/ and click the button to enter. Facebook Entry: Visit http://Facebook.com/ParentsMagazine and click the Kid of 2011 tab. Then complete the registration from and follow the instructions to upload on album of up to six photos of your child aged three months to eight years. You may provide one description and one album title that will be applied to all photos. Photos, without any brand names or trademarks, must be taken by participants, non-professional, unpublished and may not have won any prize or award. Photos must be .jpeg or .bmp image formats (格式) and cannot be over 3MB. This promotion is in no way sponsored, supposed or run by, or associated with Facebook. You are providing your information to Parents Magazine and not to Facebook. The information you provide will only be used to run the promotion and register for parents.com. LIMIT: One entry per family, per child, per week. One weekly prize per child. For entries of more than one child in a family, the entry process must be completed separately for each child. No group entries. 64. We can learn from the passage that _______. A. you should buy something first before you enter the contest B. your entry will not be returned even if you don’t win the contest. C. you should send your entry before 9:00 P.M. on January 21, 2011. D. the editors of the contest will decide who will win the 20,000 dollars in prizes. 65. Linda, a mother with seven-year-old twins, wants to enter the competition. She must _______. A. provide a description and an album title for the kid’s photos B. go to Meredith Corporation to fill out the registration forms C. complete the entry process separately for each of her kid D. provide the information to Facebook if she chooses Facebook Entry 66. To enter the competition, photos must ________. A. be taken by non-professional participants B. have won some prize or award C. contain brand names or trademarks D. contain parents’ personal information 67. The purpose of the passage is ________. A. to advertise the website Facebook. com B. to attract photographers’ interest in a photo contest C. to introduce two methods of entering a photo contest D. to encourage parents with children to enter a photo contest D Men and women are still treated unequally in the workplace. Women continue to earn less, on average, for the same performance. Research has shown that both conscious(有意识的) and subconscious biases 偏见) contribute to this problem. ( But we’ve discovered another, subtler source of inequality: Women often don’t get what they want and deserve because they don’t ask for it. In three separate studies, we found that men are more likely than women to negotiate for what they want. The first study found that the starting salaries of male MBAs who had recently graduated from Carnegie Mellon were 7.6%, or almost $4,000, higher on average than those of female MBAs from the same program. That’s because most of the women had simply accepted the employer’s initial salary offer; in fact, only 7% had attempted to negotiate. But 57% of their male counterparts—or eight times as many men as women—had asked for more. Another study tested this gender difference in the lab. Subjects were told that they would be observed playing a word game and that they would be paid between $3 and $10 for playing. After each subject completed the task, an experimenter thanked the participant and said, ―Here’s $3. Is $3 OK?‖ For the men, it was not OK, and they said so. Their requests for more money are nine times as many as the women’s. The largest of the three studies surveyed several hundred people over the Internet, asking them about the most recent negotiations they’d attempted or initiated and when they expected to negotiate next. The study showed that men place

No pains, no gains. 高三英语
themselves in negotiation situations more often than women do. There are several reasons accounting for the phenomenon. First, women often are taught from an early age not to promote their own interests and to focus instead on the needs of others. The messages girls receive—from parents, teachers, other children, the media, and society in general—can be so powerful that when they grow up they may not realize that they’ve made this behavior part of them, or they may realize it but not understand how it affects their willingness to negotiate. Women tend to assume that they will be recognized and rewarded for working hard and doing a good job. Unlike men, they haven’t been taught that they can ask for more. 68. According to this passage, what causes the inequality in the workplace? A. social bias B. women’s poorer working ability C. women’s worse academic background D. women’s less negotiating 69. Which can be the result of the following survey, according to Para 4? When do you expect to negotiate next?
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70. Which of the following statement is NOT true? A. Women are more likely to accept the employer’s salary offer. B. Men tend to ask for more money than women. C. Women care more about other’s interest instead of themselves’. D. Men believe that the better they work, the better they’re paid. 71.What will be discussed in the following paragraph? A. The suggestion given to women. B. The warnings to men C. Another reason for women’s not asking. D. Another reason for men’s asking. E Something roared like thunder. The earth shook a little and we heard the rat-a-tat-tat of gunfire. ―Father!‖ Hassan cried. We sprung to our feet and raced out of the living room.

No pains, no gains. 高三英语
―Father! What’s that sound?‖ Hassan screamed, his hands outstretched toward Ali. Ali wrapped his arms around us. A white light flashed and lit the sky in silver. It flashed again was followed by rapid sharp sounds of gunfire. ―They’re hunting ducks,‖ Ali said in a hoarse voice. ―They hunt ducks at night, you know. Don’t be afraid.‖ A siren (汽笛) went off in the distance. Somewhere glass broke and someone shouted. I heard people on the street, woken up from sleep. Hassan was crying. Ali pulled him close and held him with tenderness. We stayed huddled (蜷缩) that way until the early hours of the morning. The shooting and explosions had lasted less than an hour, but they had frightened us badly, because none of us had ever heard gunshots in the streets. They were foreign sounds to us then. The generation of Afghan children whose ears would know nothing but the sounds of the bombs and gunfire were not yet born. Huddled together in the dining room and waiting for the sun to rise, none of us had any idea that a way of life and ended. The end came when Russian tanks were rolling into the very same streets where Hassan and I played, bringing the death of the Afghanistan I knew and marking the start of a still ongoing era of blooding. Just before the sunrise, Baba’s car pulled in the driveway. His door slammed shut and his running footsteps pounded the stairs. Then he appeared in the doorway and I saw something on his face. Something I didn’t recognize right away because I’d never seen it before: fear. ―Amir! Hassan!‖ He cried as he ran to us, opening his arms wide. ―They blocked all the roads and the telephone didn’t work. I was so worried!‖ We let him wrap us in his arms and, for a brief moment, I was glad about whatever had happened that night. 72. Who is the author of this passage? A. Amir. B. Ali C. Baba D. Hassan 73. By saying ―They’re hunting ducks‖, Ali _____. A. told the children the truth B. played a joke on the children C. tried to calm the children D. cheered the children up 74. We can infer form the passage that _______. A. there were thunderstorms that night B. Afghan children were used to the war C. people on the street shouted and broke the windows D. that night was the end of people’s peaceful life 75. From the last sentence of the passage, we know ______. A. Baba’s arms gave the author temporary comfort and joy. B. there was a chance that a world in peace was to come C. what happened that night seemed nothing to the author D. the author was glad to see his father come home safe

第 II 卷(非选择题共 45 分)
第四部分 默写填空(共 20 空,每空 0.5 分,满分 10 分。低于 6 分,则本大题不得分) 根据课文内容,在空格填入正确的英语单词,并将该词完整的写在答题卷上。所填单词要求与课文一致,每空一 词。 76. Throughout the city, smartly dressed business people ________ _________ their offices or the nearest department stores, mobile phones ________ to their ears and visitors can only watch and imagine the deals and fortunes ________ __________ at that very second. 77. Travelers of the 1920s remember I mainly as a city of busy lanes with homes built around countryside, but these have ________ _________ __________ the high-rise apartment blocks of the 21st century. 78. The mobile ________ ________ a toy for the rich, has today ___________ social and geographical __________ to find its way into the hands of the young, the old, the rich and the poor, even in communities largely untouched by new technologies. 79. This time I managed to hit one of the balls in the mid-air so that it bounced and rolled off the stage. The audience ______

No pains, no gains. 高三英语
________ __________ and I _________ __________ the stage to get the ball, I ________ my ankle. 80. Good health is everyone’s _________ ___________ of wealth. 第五部分 写作 (共两节,满分 35 分) 第一节 短文填词 (共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) Dear Miguel, I’m writing this letter to you because I really want you to hear how strongly I believe you have the ability to go far in life, and ______ I believe staying in school will help you get there. I was _________ (失望) to hear that you wanted to leave school. You and I both know that, when you put your mind ________ it, school work is pretty easy for you. _______, for some reason, you often decide you just don’t want to do it. G__________ from high school is going to open a lot of d________ for you in life-for work and for f____________ schooling or training. I hope you make a __________ (决定) to finish this school year strong and approach next year with a positive attitude. You are very smart. It would be sad-both for you and for o_____ in your life, like your parents and me — if you ________ (选择) not to use all the ―smarts‖ that you do have. Sincerely, Mr. Ferlazzo

81. ____________ 82. ____________ 83. ____________ 84. ____________ 85. ____________ 86. ____________ 87. ____________ 88. ____________ 89. ____________ 90. ____________

第二节 第三节 第四节 第五节 书面表达(满分 25 分) 有人曾说“Man is then maker of his own happiness” ,你是如何理解这句话的?请按下面的要求用英文写一篇短文。 内容要求: 1. 你对这句话的理解; 2. 你认为什么是 happiness; 3. 如何获得你自己的 happiness; 注意: 1. 词数 120 左右; 2. 文中不能出现考生的怒提信息。 ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________

No pains, no gains. 高三英语
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参考答案: 单项填空: 21-25:DABAD 26-30:CDACA 31-35:CBCBD 完形填空: 36-40:BACAC 41-45:DBADA 46-50:BBDBA 51-55:CACBA 阅读理解: 56-59:DBDD 60-63:CBCC 64-67:BCAD 68-71:DADC 72-75:ACDA 短文填词: 81. that 82.disappointed 83. into 84. However 85. Graduating 88. decision 89. others 90. chose

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