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英语卷·四川省南充高中高 2009 届级周练(七) 英 语 试 题(2009、02)
命、审题人:常洪、代素娟 第Ⅰ卷(选择题共 100 分) 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) 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中找出其划线部分与所给单词的划线部分读音相同的选项。 1.deserted A.played B.mended C.repaired D.washed 2.choice A.stomach B.headache C.match D.chemical 3.career A.beard B.heard C.chair D.bear 4.title A.dioxide B.brick C.sincerely D.police 5.generally A.singer D.single C.gone B.magic 第二节 语法和词汇知识(共 20 小题,每小题 1 分,满分 20 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。 6.Being Life’s ________only black photographer put him in ________ unusual position when Parks set out to cover the civil rights movement. A.the;an B./;the C.the;the D./;an 7.—Now that you like the car so much, why not drive it back? —Well, I can’t afford ________ car. A.that expensive a B.a that expensive C.that an expensive D.an expensive that 8.The dress ________ your measure doesn’t ________ me.. A.made to; fit for B.made to; fit C.made by; fit D.made by; suit 9.—Who told you about Follow Me? —________ , I picked it up ________ . A.No one; my own B.No one; myself C.None; by myself D.None; myself 10.New York _________ second in the production of apples, producing 850,000,000 pounds this year. A.arranged B.occupied C.ranked D.classified 11.A few weeks later the patient was able to carry out _________ seemed a perfectly normal conversation. A.that B.when C.what D.how 12. It is known to the world that the American woman soldier, Jessica Lynch, who was sent to Iraq, is _________ . A.the alive luckiest girl B.the luckiest alive girl C.the luckiest girl alive D.the most luckiest girl alive 13.They asked me to have a drink with them. I said that it was at least ten years since I ________ a good drink. A.had enjoyed B.was enjoyed C.enjoyed D.had been enjoyed 14.________ , the car stopped all at once. A.Seeing a boy lying on the ground

B.On seeing a boy sitting on the road C.The driver saw a boy standing on the road D.The minute the driver saw a boy seated on the road 15.We ________ so tired. We’ve only been to a party. A.mustn’t have felt B.wouldn’t have felt C.shouldn’t have felt D.couldn’t have felt 16.It didn’t take long ________ the wooden building was ________ up by the fire. A.after; destroyed B.before; swallowed C.until; dragged D.before; pulled 17.I wonder why you won’t do it as _________ and it’s the third time you have done so. A.told you B.be told C.told to D.you told 18.No one had told Smith about _________ a lecture the following day. A.there being B.there be C.there would be D.there was 19.An individual human existence should be like a river---small at first, narrowly _________ within its banks, and _________ passionately pas boulders and over waterfalls. A.containing; rushing B.contained; rushed C.contained; rushing D.containing; rushed 20.“I’m certainly more and more to the conclusion that Iraq has, _________they maintained (断 言), destroyed almost all of _________ they had in the summer of 1991”, Blix said. A.which; what B.as; which C.as; that D.as; what 21.The students expected _________ to be more reviewing classes before the final exams. A.there B.it C.that D.one 22.What you are taught can’t have the same effect _________ you have learned by yourself. A.what B.as C.as what D.like 23.Professor Smith, many students want to see you. _________ they wait here or outside? A.Do B.Shall C.Will D.Would 24.Japan’s unemployment rate stood ___________ at a near-record 5.4 percent in April. A.changed B.changing C.unchanged D.unchanging 25.—You can’t finish the book in less than an hour, I suppose? —_________ . A.Yes, I’m sure I can B.No, hardly C.Sorry, I can’t D.I don’t think I can 第三节:完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从 26 到 45 题各题给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中, 选出最佳选项。 Maureen stood by the lake. Suddenly the other children came running through the trees with sharp cries of the excitement. They rushed up to 26 , leaning over the crystal-clear water, and 27 the crowds of tiny fish. Some children demanded loudly to go to the boats, but all at once those who had been 28 behind at the ice-cream-stall(小摊) came running up 29 some announcement or other, and they all left the water and dashed back 30 they had come. With growing excitement, Maureen 31 after them. When she saw 32 they had been running for, she stopped running. They were buying 33 again. The toy stall was open and they were crowded around it .Behind the stall a calm middle aged woman was selling a great variety of small rubbish. She took money from the 34 of small hands in exchanging for little boats, plastic dolls, yellow pencils and rubbers, anything. Maureen leaned (靠) 35 a tree, looking on. The idea of spending washed against her face like a strong current, trying to draw 36 in.

Nona Parker pushed out to the edge of the group 37 laid what she had bought on the ground 38 she could see what money she had left i n her white purse. Under Maureen’s eyes 39 a boat, a mouth organ, and little plates of dolls’ food in colored plaster, a brown load of bread, a joint of beef, a pink pudding (布丁) —— 40 tiny and terribly desirable. Maureen was so full of the wish for the things like that she _41_ bear to look at it. She turned her head _42_ . Her face against the tree, she shut her 43 and prayed eagerly for some money, for the price of a set of toy plates. In a moment, she opened her eyes, but she didn’t turn back to the stall. It was too 44 to see the others buying whatever they wanted. She rubbed almost round the tree, her eyes on the ground. And 45 at her very feet was a ten pence piece. 26.A.tree B.lake C.stall D.boat 27.A.watching B.catching C.feeling D.feeding 28.A.left B.forgotten C.arranged D.told 29.A.to make B.to get C.to take D.to send 30.A.the road B.the street C.the path D.the way 31.A.walked B.ran C.stood D.looked 32.A.why B.how C.what D.that 33.A.fish B.things C.sweets D.ice-cream 34.A.amount B.wave C.forest D.number 35.A.over B.in C.under D.against 36.A.it B.her C.money D.toys 37.A.but B.so C.and D.again 38.A.so that B.such that C.because D.in case 39.A.put B.laid C.lay D.saw 40.A.all B.both C.some D.many 41.A.mustn’t B.shouldn’t C.needn’t D.couldn’t 42.A.excitedly B.highly C.sharply D.angrily 43.A.mouth B.eyes C.white sharply D.toy box 44.A.useful B.painful C.shy D.interesting 45.A.there B.where C.these D.then 第二部分:阅读理解(共两节,满分 45 分) 第一节 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C、D)中,选出最佳选项。 A Suppose you work in a big firm and find English important for your job because you often deal with foreign businessmen. Now you are looking for a place where you can improve your English, especially your spoken English. Here are some ads about English language training from newspapers. You may find the information you need. Global English Center *General English in all four skills: listening, speaking, reading and writing. *3-month (700 yuan), 6-month (1,200 yuan) and one year (2,000 yuan) courses. *Choice of morning or evening classes, 3 hours per day, Mon. –Fri. *Experienced college English teachers. *Close to city center and bus stops.

Tel:67605270 Add:105 Zhongshan Road, 100082 Modern Language School *Special courses in English for business, travel, banking, hotel management and office skills. *Small classes (12—16 students )on Sat. & Sun.. from 2∶00 to 5∶00 p. m. *Native English teachers from Canada and USA. *Language lab and computers supplied. *3-month (1,050 yuan), 6-month (1,850 yuan) Write or phone: Modern Language School, 675 Park Road, 100056. The 21st Century English Training Center *We specialize in elective teaching at all levels. *We offer morning or afternoon classes, both of which last three months and a half at a cost of 800 yuan. Entrance exams: June 1 and Dec. 1. *We also have a six-week TOFFL preparation class during winter and summer holidays. *Only 15-minute walk from city center. Call 67801642 for more information. The International House of English *3/6-month English courses for students of all levels at very low cost: 60 yuan for 12 hours per week; convenient class hours:9-12 a. m. and 2-5 p. m. *A 4-month evening classes for developing speaking skills (same cost as day classes). *Well-trained Chinese and foreign teachers experienced in teaching English as a 2nd foreign language. *Free sightseeing and social activities. *very close to the Central Park. For further information call 67432308. 46.You work from 9∶00 a.m. to 4∶30 p.m. every day. Which schools will you choose? A.Global English Center and Modem Language School. B.Global English Center and International House of English. C.Modern Language School and the 21st Century English Training Center. D.The 21st Century English Training Center and the International House of English. 47.The 21st Century English Training Center is different from the other 3 schools in that. A.its teaching quality is better B.it is nearest to the city center C.its courses are more advanced D.it requires an entrance examination 48.You’ll probably prefer to go to the International House of English because it _______. A.offers free sightseeing and social activities B.has a special course in spoken English C.costs less than the other schools D.has native English teachers 49.If you take the evening classes at International House of English, you’ll pay about _______. A.60 B.240 C.720 D.1,000

B There are three branches of medicine. One is, called “doctor medicine”, or “scientific medicine”. Scientific doctors try to observe sicknesses, look for logical patterns, and then find out how the human body works. From there they figure out what treatments may work. This kind of medicine is believed to date from the 4th century BC. Although nowadays it is successful, in the ancient world this approach probably did not cure many patients. A second kind of medicine is called “natural cures”, or “folk medicine”, in which less educated people try to cure sicknesses with various herbs (药草). These folk healers also use observation and logic, but they are not so aware of it. They try things until they find something that seems to work, and then they keep doing that. Folk medicine flourished long before the development of scientific medicine and was more successful in ancient times than doctor medicine. The third kind is called “health spas (矿草疗养地)”, or “faith healing”. Sometimes this may be as simple as touching the holy man and being immediately healed. Other times, a magician may make you a magic charm, or say a spell, to cure you. Some religious groups organize special healing shrines for the sick. In these places people rest, get plenty of sleep, take healthy food, drink water instead of wine, and exercise in various ways. They also talk to the priests and pray to the gods. If you are feeling depressed or you have been working too hard, going to these places may be just the right thing to make you feel better. 50.Doctor medicine _______. A.has a longer history than folk medicine B.has been practiced for around 1,600 years C.bases its treatments on observation and logic D.was very successful in curing sicknesses in ancient times 51.According to the passage, which of the following is Not used in health spas? A.Magic power B.Various herbs C.Religious faith D.A healthy life style 52.According to the passage, which of the following statements is true? A.Folk healers choose different herbs to cure diseases without any sound basis. B.People who practice folk medicine need lots of formal education on herbs. C.The success of folk medicine led to the development of doctor medicine. D.Natural cures worked better than scientific medicine in ancient times. 53.The author’s primary purpose in this passage is to _______. A.describe different types of medicine B.argue for the importance of medicine in health care C.show the crucial role religion plays in medical treatments D.compare the educational background of three different types of patients C TUVALU, a tiny country in the Pacific Ocean, has asked for help as it fears it will be swallowed up by the sea. Storms and huge waves are a constant threat and none of Tuvalu’s nine little islands is more than five-meters above sea level. Salt water is already entering the country’s drinking water supply, as well as damaging plants that produce fruit and vegetable. Without urgent help, the country’s days are numbered.

But Tuvalu is not the first place to face sinking into the sea. Venice, a historic city in Italy best known for its canals, has sunk about 24 cm over the past 100 years. Experts say that it will have sunk another 20—50cm by 2050. A century ago, St Mark’s Square, the lowest point in the city, flooded about nine times a year. Nowadays, it happens more than 100 times. While Venice is slowly sinking into the mud on which it stands, Tuvalu’s rising sea level is caused by global warming. The average global temperature has increased by almost 0.8 centigrade over the past century; scientists expect it to rise by extra 1-3 degrees over the next 100 years. Warmer weather makes glaciers(冰川)melt, adding more water to the ocean. The warmer temperatures also make water expand, so it takes up more space, cruising the sea level to rise. The sea level has risen about 10-25 cm in the last 100 years. The main cause of global warming is human pollution. Through burning coal, oil and gas, people have been increasing the greenhouse gases in the atmosphere such as CO2. This adds to the power of the greenhouse effect, making the planet even warmer. Many scientists believe that, if the warming is not stopped, there will be huge climate changes. The sea level could rise by one meter this century. Should this come true, the sea will swallow up millions of homes and the world will be flooded with climate refugees looking for somewhere to live. 54.We can infer from the second paragraph that _______. A.Tuvalu is in danger of being swallowed up by the sea B.all Tuvalu’s islands are about five meters above the sea level C.drinking water in Tuvalu has been destroyed D.Tuvalu is often flooded by storms and waves 55.The author uses Tuvalu and Venice as examples in order to explain _______. A.they are the first places sinking into the sea B.they are both sinking into the mud where they stand C.they will disappear in the future D.their trouble is caused by global warming 56.What does “climate refugees” mean? A.People who are forced away from their homeland by climate. B.Climate changes. C.Rare animals. D.Climate effect. 57.Which of the following is Not true according to the passage? A.Tuvalu’s nine little islands are less than five meters above the sea level. B.The average global temperature has risen by 1-3 centigrade degrees over the past 100 years. C.The warmer temperature causes the sea level to rise. D.There will be huge climate changes unless the warming is stopped. D Americans are proud of their variety and individuality, yet they love and respect few things more than a uniform, whether it is the uniform of an elevator operator or the uniform of a five-star general. Why are uniforms so popular in the USA? Among the arguments for uniforms, one of the first is that in the eye of most people they look

more professional than civilian clothes ( 便服). People have become conditioned to expect superior quality from a man who wears a uniform. The television repairman who wears a uniform tends to inspire more trust than one who appears in civilian clothes. Faith in the skill of a garage mechanic is increased by a uniform. What easier way is there for a nurse, a policeman, a barber, or a waiter to lose professional identity than to step out of uniform? Uniforms also have many practical benefits. They save on other clothes. They save laundry(洗衣店)bills. They are tax-deductible(可减税的). They’re often more comfortable and more long –lasting than civilian clothes. Primary among the arguments against uniforms is their lack of variety and the consequent (随 之而引发的)loss of individuality experienced by people who must wear them. Though there are many types of uniforms, the wearer of any particular type is generally stuck with it, without change, until retirement. When people look alike, they tend to think, speak, and act similarly, on the job at least. Uniforms also give rise to some practical problems. Though they are long-lasting, often their initial (最初的)expense is greater than the cost of civilian clothes. Some uniforms are also expensive to maintain, requiring professional dry cleaning rather than the home laundering possible with many types of civilian clothes. 58.It is surprising that Americans who worship(崇拜) variety and individuality _______. A.still judge a man by his clothes B.hold the uniform in such high regard C.enjoy having a professional identity D.will respect an elevator operator as much as a general in uniform _______. 59.People are used to thinking that a man in uniform A.suggests quality work B.discards(抛弃)his social identity C.appears to be more practical D.looks superior to a person in civilian clothes 60.The chief function of a uniform is to _______. A.provide practical benefits to the wearer B.make the wearer catch the public eye C.inspire the wearer’s confidence in himself D.provide the wearer with a professional identity 61.According to the passage, people wearing uniforms _______. A.are usually helpful B.have little or no individual freedom C.tend to lose their individuality D.enjoy greater popularity E While the threat of a reappearance of SARS is still there, it is reassuring to learn about the latest developments in vaccine research. More than 1,400 vaccine shots for SARS have been produced in China, and an application for clinical tests has been referred to the State Food and Drug Administration(SFDA), according to a Xinhua report on Sunday. “If everything goes smoothly, conducting of clinical experiments will be agreed before the end of December,” said Ying Hongzhang, head of Biological Product Section of the SFDA. So far, China is far ahead of other countries in the search for a SARS vaccine, claimed Yin. At that time, volunteers will be sought in Beijing and Guangzhou to take part in experiments using the new vaccine. However, while cheering for the research breakthrough, voices of reason should

also be heard. What medical workers should always maintain is a cool head and careful attitude, which are essential in any scientific research. This is especially true when conducting experiments on human beings, because they are directly concerned with the volunteers’ health and even their lives, and also because knowledge of the deadly virus(病毒)still too limited. Media reports indicate that members of the public are reacting actively to the news of selecting volunteers and are expressing their readiness. Their courage is well worth our admiration. The trust they are placing in these medical researchers is the biggest support of their work. The researchers have no other choice but to be highly cautious in the expected experiments. The safety of volunteers should always be the first consideration. Scientists from different countries have been put in a race in uncovering the mystery surrounding the virus. But to play a leading role should by no means be the ultimate pursuit( 最终目的)of the scientific workers. It is people’s safety and health that remain the biggest concerns. While there are still so many mysteries to be solved, it is too early to celebrate. 62.According to the passage, which of the following is NOT true? A.The developments in vaccine research in SARS are encouraging B.More than 1,400 vaccine shots for SARS have been applied to clinical test. C.China is now leading in the search for a SARS vaccine. D.Experiments using the new vaccine will be carried out only in Beijing and Guangzhou. 63.From the passage, we could see that the author’s attitude towards the new vaccine is quite _______. A.praising B.critical C.matter-of –fact D.humorous 64.Which of the following may serve as the best title? A.Keep a Cool Head While Fighting SARS B.A Breakthrough in Fighting SARS C.A Leading Role in Fighting SARS D.Volunteers Wanted While Fighting SARS 65.The underlined word “cautious” most probably means _______. A.cheerful B.dutiful C.helpful D.careful 第二节 根据对话内容, 从对话后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。 选项中有两项为 多条选项。 A:Someone came late last night looking for you. I told him you were out and suggested that he leave a note, but he didn’t. B:Late last night? That’s strange. ____66____ A:He seemed to be about thirty-five or somewhat older. Maybe forty or so. B:Was he tall or short? A:Mmm, ___67___ About average height, I think. B:Was he fat or thin? A:___68___ Anyway, certainly not fat, but he wasn’t very thin, either. B:Was there anything unusual about his looks? ___69___ A:Let me think, It was rather square, but not very. I didn’t notice. It was so late and the light wasn’t very good. B:Was he wearing glasses? A:___70___ You see, I was so tired and sleepy. I didn’t pay much attention. A.I am sure he was. B.He was neither very tall nor very short. C.What kind of face did he have, round or long? D.I am not so sure now.

E.A bit thin if I remember correctly. F.What did he look like? G.Is he a young man? 第Ⅱ卷(共 50 分) 第三部分 写作(共三节,满分 50 分) 第一节 单词拼写(共 10 小题,每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 根据下列句子所给汉语注释,在句子右边的横线上写出空缺处各单词的正确形式。 71.He traveled in several ________________(欧洲)countries this summer. 72.She knows a lot of English words but ________________(发音)them incorrectly. 73.________________(比较)to your small flat, Bill’s house seemed like a palace. 74.Can I rely on you to behave ________________(负责)while I am away? 75.The visit to the museum is an ________________(难忘)experience I’ll always treasure. 76.________________(残忍)to children or animals is a crime in Britain. 77.He asked for an ________________(接见)with the president. 78.Rome is famous for its ________________(古代的)monuments. 79.Visitors to the ________________(展览)came in an endless stream. 80.When we asked Keith who she was, he just shrugged his ________________(肩). 第二节 短文改错(共 10 小题,每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) My sister and I are different, but we get on well with together. 81._____________ She likes staying at home in the evening and watch TV with her 82._____________ boyfriend, but I prefer going out with some of her friends. We like 83._____________ to go to clubs or the cinema. Sometime we just go to a café . I will 84._____________ have exams soon, so I am going out very much at the moment. 85._____________ My sister is six years older than me, and she work in a bank. 86._____________ She’s trying save some money because she’s going to get 87._____________ married this year. People say I look like my sister because we 88._____________ all have brown eyes and dark hair. However, we are quite different 89._____________ in character. She’s very quietly, but I’m a lot more sociable. 90._____________ 第三节:书面表达(满分 30 分) 假设上星期天晚上你在学校看了《七剑》这部电影。请根据以下要求,写一篇关于该电 影的介绍。 提示: 1.电影《七剑》是一部大片。 2. 《七剑》是香港著名导演徐克的最新作品。 3.它既可以是说是动作片,又可以说是历史片。 4.该影片集聚了中国的许多著名演员,如黎明、甄子丹、杨采妮等。演员们的表演非 常精彩。 5. 该影片故事发生在 17 世纪中国的西北部, 讲述的是一群英雄人物为了人民的幸福与 自由与政府军队斗争并取得胜利的故事。 6.这部电影非常好看,是你一次难忘的经历。 注意:1.文章必须包括所有内容要点。注意不要逐句翻译。 2.词数:100~120。 3.注意书面整洁。

4.标题和开头已为你写好。 参考词汇:最新作品 the latest production 动作片 action film Last Sunday evening, we saw a film in our school.________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ 南充高中高 2009 级周练(七) 英语答题卷 补全对话: 66 67 68 69 70

单词拼写: 71._________________ 74._________________ 77._________________ 80._________________ 短文改错: My sister and I are different, but we get on well with together. She likes staying at home in the evening and watch TV with her boyfriend, but I prefer going out with some of her friends. We like to go to clubs or the cinema. Sometime we just go to a café . I will have exams soon, so I am going out very much at the moment. My sister is six years older than me, and she work in a bank. She’s trying save some money because she’s going to get married this year. People say I look like my sister because we all have brown eyes and dark hair. However, we are quite different 81.___________ 82.___________ 83.___________ 84.___________ 85.___________ 86.___________ 87.___________ 88.___________ 89.___________ 72._________________ 75._________________ 78._________________ 73._________________ 76._________________ 79._________________

in character. She’s very quietly, but I’m a lot more sociable. 作文: Seven Swords

90.___________

Last Sunday evening, we saw a film in our school.______________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________

南充高中高 2009 级周练(七) 英语参考答案

1-5 BCAAD 21-25 ACBCA 41-45 DCBBA 61-65 CBCAD 71.European 75.unforgettable 79.exhibition(s) 83.her→ my 86.work→ works 90.quietly→ quiet 作文

6-10 DABBC 26-30 BAAAD 46-50 BDBDC 66-70 FBECD 72.pronounces 76.Cruelty 80.Shoulders

11-15 CCADC 31-35 BCBCD 51-55 BDAAD

6-20 BCACD 36-40 BCACA 56-60 ABBAD

73.compared 77.interview 81.去掉 with

74.responsibly 78.ancient 82.watch→watching 85.am 后加 not 89.all→ both

84.Sometime→ Sometimes 87.trying 后加 to 88.√

Last Sunday evening, we saw a film in our school. It’s a real blockbuster whose name is Seven Swords. Seven Swords is the latest production of Xu Ke, who is one of the most famous directors in Hongkong. It’s an action film, and also we can call it a historical film. There are many famous actors in the film, such as Zhen Zidan, Li Ming, Yang Caini and so on. I think their performances are pretty good and wonderful. The story took place in the northwest of China in the 17th century. It tells us that many heroes fought with the government army for the people’s happiness and freedom, and at last they won. I think this film is very good. It’s one of my unforgettable experiences.