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    例;Man: I wonder why the office is still not open. 中山纪念中学高三英语第一次模拟考卷

     Woman: But it’s not yet eight. In fact, it’s only a quarter to eight.

    本试卷分第一卷和第二卷两部分(共150分(考试时间120分钟 At what time does the office open?

    第一卷!三部分(共115分, A. At 8:30 B. At 8:15 C. At 8:00 !答案是C

     第六段对话(回答第67题。

    第一部分;听力!共两节(满分30分, 6. When does the man usually go to work on Tuesdays? 第一节;听下面五段对话。每段对话后有一个问题。从题中所给的ABC选项中选出最佳的A. At 6:00 am. B. At 6:45 am. C. At 6:30 am. 选项(并标在试卷的相应位置上。听完每段对话后(你有十秒钟时间答题和阅读下一小题。每段7. When does the man often stop working on Thursday? 对话只听一遍。 A. At 6:00 pm B. At 6:15 pm C. At 6:30 pm. 例;Man: I wonder why the office is still not open. 第七段对话(回答第810题。

     Woman: But it’s not yet eight. In fact, it’s only a quarter to eight. 8. Who did the man want to speak to?

     At what time does the office open? A. John. B. Mr. Brown. C. Mrs. Brown.

     A. At 8:30 B. At 8:15 C. At 8:00 !答案是C 9. What does the woman’s mother probably do?

    第一段对话(回答第1题。 A. She may be a teacher. B. She may be a worker C. She perhaps works in a bank.

    1The patient used to take the medicine . 10. What is the man’s telephone number?

    A. 4 times a day B. 3 times a day C. twice a day A. 85532299 B. 85533299 C. 85332299 第二段对话(回答第2题。 第八段对话(回答1116题。

    2Who does the woman suggest they speak to? 11. What does the dialogue talk about?

    A. The nurse. B. The doctor. C. Their mother. A. A fight. B. A quarrel. C. An accident. 第三段对话(回答第3题。 12. Where has Ann been these days? 3What does the woman mean? A. At home. B. At school C. In the hospital.

    A. She wanted to go since she was free 13. On what day was the fire caused?

    B. She wanted to go but she couldn’t A. On Thursday B. On Friday. C. On Saturday.

    C. She didn’t want to go with the man 14. At what time did the fire take place? 第四段对话(回答第4题。 A. Around 11:00 am B. Around 11:30 pm C. Around 11:00 pm 4When can the man expect to see Professor Brown? 15. The fire was caused when Alice .

    A. Wednesday B. Thursday. C. Friday. A. lit a candle B. burnt some wood C. cooked some food 第五段对话(回答第5题。 16. How many people were wounded? 5Where did this conversation most likely take place? A. One B. Two C. Three

    A. at a railway station. B. In a classroom. C. at an airport 第九段讲话(回答1720题。

    第二节: 听下面的对话或讲话。每段对话或讲话后有几小题。从小题中列出的ABC选项中17. What is the talk about?

    选出最佳的选项并标在试卷的相应位置上。听每段对话和讲话前(你将有时间阅读各小题!每题A. Mark Twain’s family relations. B. Mark Twain’s article. C. Mark Twain’s life 5秒钟,(听后也有5秒钟时间答题。每段对话或讲话听两遍。 18. The talk says something about most of Twain’s family members except .

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    A. his mother B. his wife C. his daughter 31. All the preparations for the task , and we’re ready to start.

    19. How old was Mark Twain when his father died? A. completed B. complete C. had been completed D. have been completed

    A. 11 B. 12 C. 13 32. Sorry I’m late. I have turned off the alarm clock and gone back to sleep again. 20. How old was Mark Twain when he died? A. might B. should C. can D. will

    A. 65 B. 70 C. 75 33. One of the sides of the board should be painted yellow, and .

     A. the other is white B. another white C. the other white D. another is white

    第二部分;英语知识运用!共两节(满分45分, 34. I finally got the job I dreamed about. Never in all my life so happy!

    第一节;单项填空!共15题(每小题1分(满分15分, A. did I feel B. I felt C. I had felt D. Had I felt

     ABCD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。 35. some of this juiceperhaps you’ll like it.

    21. Do you want tea or coffee? A. Trying B. Try C. To try D. have tried

     , I really don’t mind. 第二节;完型填空!共20小题(每小题1.5分(满分30分,

    A. Both B. None C. Either D. Neither 阅读下面短文(掌握其大意然后从3655各题所给的四个选项中(选出一个最佳答案。

    22. I beleve we’ve met somewhere before. My Experience in a Free School

     No, . At first I couldn’t believe it! There were no 36 in row; no bells rang; no one had to go to

    A. it isn’t the same B. it can’t be true C. I don’t think so D. I’d rather not 37 . Although we all lived “in”, 38 made us go to bad at a certain time; there was on “lights out”.

    23. Summers in south of France are for most part dry and sunny. The 39 thing was that practically all the students went to class, 40 very few people stayed

    A. 不填,a B. the,不填 C. 不填,不填 D. the; the up late at night. Only the new people stayed up or 41 class. The new ones always went wild 42 ,

    24. Old McDonald gave up smoking for a while, but soon to his old ways. but this never lasted long. The freedom took some getting used to. Our teachers treated us like 43 ;

    A. returned B. returns C. was returning D. had returned one student who did’t try never did we have to play “stand up”, “sit down”, “speak out”. I don’t 44

    25. The result of the experiment was very good, we hadn’t expected. his best.

    A. when B. that C. which D. what The subjects were the same as those in 45 school, but what a difference in the approach(方式)!

    26. It’s a good idea. But who’s going to the plan? For example, in botany (植物学) we had 46 classes in the spring or fall, but instead we 47 two

     I think Tom and Greg will. gardens. a vegetable garden and a flower garden. Then in winter we each studied a few 48 things

    A. set aside B. carry out C. take in D. get through about what we had grown. In math the students built three different kinds of storeroomssmall ones 27. The picture on the wall is painted by my nephew. 49 , but usable. They did this instead of having lessons in the classroom. They really had a great time

    A. having hung B. hanging C. hangs D. being hung too, designing everything, drawing the blueprints, 50 othe angles (角度) and so on. I didn’t take

    28. It was an exciting moment for these football fans this year, for the first time in years their 51 . I can’t stand it! Besides, I could do the basic things with numbers. That’s 52 !

    team won the World Cup. On the whole I think I am a 53 person for having gone to the school. I can read and write as

    A. that B. while C. which D. when well as anyone else my age, and I can think better. That’s probably a real big 54 between the free

    school and regular school-the amount of 55 29. the general state of his health, it may take him a while to recover from the operation. .

    A. Given B. To give C. Giving D. Having given 36. A. desks B. lights C. students D. buildings 30. Nick is looking for another job because he feels that nothing he does his boss. 37. A. home B. bed C. class D. work

    A. serves B. satisfies C. promises D. supports 38. A. anybody B. nobody C. teachers D . parents

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    39. A. sad B. last C. good D. strange Br=Britain Fr=France Ch=Channel Islands

    40. A. and B. but C. so D. yet

    41. A. attended B. took C. missed D. studied

    42. A. from then on B. at first C. once more D. just then

    43. A. workers B. pupils C. gardeners D. grown-ups

    44. A. hear from B. feel like C. think about D. know of

    45. A. night B. regular C. small D. real

    46. A. all B. short C. no D. indoor 57. Jersey, Guernsey, and Alderney breeds of cattle are .

    47. A. planted B. studied C. drew D. toured A. considered best in England B. named after their birthplaces

    48. A. wild B. successful C. usual D. particular C. brought to the islands by the Germans D. raised on well-known farms by the French

    49. A. as well B. after a while C. of course D. as a result 58. The Channel Islands have been continuously under British rule since .

    50. A. looking out B. taking out C. finding out D. figuring out A. earliest known history B. 1066 C. 1930s D. the end of World War II

    51. A. math B. care C. botany D. notice 59. Why do people on the Channel Islands follow French way of living?

    52. A. dull B. interesting C. enough D. dangerous A. Their islands used to be part of France. B. Their islands are often visited by the French.

    53. A. careful B. better C. busier D. lovely C. They came from France. D. They speak French.

    54. A. problem B. chance C. difference D. change B

    55. A. reading B. gardening C. teaching D. thinking James Cleveland Owens was the son of a farmer and the grandson of black slaves. His family 第三部分;阅读理解!共20小题(计分40分, moved to Cleveland when he was 9. There, a school teacher asked the youth his name.

     阅读下面短文(并做篇后的练习。从四个选项中选出能回答所提问题或完成所给句子的最佳 “J. C.,” he replied.

    答案。 She thought he had said “Jesse”, and he had a new name.

    A Owens ran his first race at age 13. After high school, he went to Ohio State University. He had to

     The Channel Islands are a group of British-owned islands lying in the English Channel (海峡), 10 work part time so as to pay for his education. As a second-year student, in the Big Ten games in 1935, to 30 miles off the French coast, and 70 to 90 miles from the English coast. There are ten islands with a he set even more records than he would in the Olympic Games a year later. total land area of 75 square miles and a total population of 123, 000. The three largest island. Jersey, A week before the Big Ten meet, Oweas accidentally fell down a flight of stairs. His back hurt so Guernsey, and Alderney, have long been known for the fine breeds (品种) of cattle that are raised on much that he could not exercise all week, and he had to be helped in and out of the car that drove him them and named after them. to the meet. He refused to listen to the suggestions that he give up and said he would try, event by event.

     In earliest known history the islands were considered part of Normandy, which was part of France, He did try, and the results are in the record book.

    but the ruler of Normandy became king of England in 1066, and from then on the islands were looked The stage was set for Owens’ victory at the Olympic Games in Berlin the next year, and his upon as British land. English control was unbroken until World War II, when the Germans held the success would come to be regarded as not only athletic(体育的) but also political. Hitler did not

    islands for five years. congratulate any of the African-American winners.

     Although people on the islands speak both languages and they are considered English, their “It was all right with me,” he said years later, “I didn’t go to Berlin to shake hands with him, customs are more French than English. anyway.”

    56. Which of the following maps gives the right position of the Channel Islands? Having returned from Berlin, he received no telephone call from the president of his own country,

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either. In fact, he was not honored by the United States until 1976, four years before his death. McGill Teaching Assistants’ Women’s Union

     Owens’ Olympic victories made little difference to him. He earned his living by looking after a Association Important. General Meeting at 6 pm, Union room 423. Speaker school playground, and accepted money to race against cars, trucks, motorcycles, and dogs. A general meeting, for all the on “Importance of deciding basic goals of the Women’s Union.”

     “Sure, it bothered (烦扰) me,” he said later. “But at least it was an honest living. I had to eat.” TAs, will be held at 4 pm in Everyone, old, new and those interested, please attend.

     In time, however, his gold medals(奖牌) changed his life. “They have kept me alive over the Leacock 116.

    years,” he once said. “Time has stood still for me. That golden moment dies hard.” Film Society Canadian University Students Overseas

    60. Owens got his other name “Jesse” when . Last meeting of the term for all CUSO presents “Guess Who’s Coming to Breakfast” at 7 pm,

    A. he went to Ohio State University B. his teacher made fun of him members. All managers are Newman Centre, 3484 Peel. Find out about CUSO here and

    C. his teacher took “J.C.” for “Jesse” D. he won gold medals in the Big Ten meet required to be present. 6:00 overseas. Everyone welcome.

    61.In the Big Ten meet, Owens . sharp, Union room 434.

    A. hurt himself in the back B. succeeded in setting many records 65. Where can you probably find this text?

    C. tried every sports event but failed D. had to give up some events A. In a school magazine.

    62. We can infer from the text that Owens was treated unfairly in the US at that time because . B. In a national paper.

    A. he was not of the right race B. he was the son of a poor farmer C. In a guide book.

    C. he didn’t shake hands with Hitler D. he didn’t talk to the US president on the phone D. In a university daily newspaper.

    63. When Owens says “They have kept me alive over the years,” he means that the medal . 66. If you are interested in arts, where would you go for a visit?

    A. have been changed for money to help him live on A. Leacock 116 B. Union room 423

    B. have made him famous in the US C. Union room 108. D. Newman Centre, 3484 Peel.

    C. have encouraged him to overcome difficulties in life 67. Which of the following is the name of a play?

    D. have kept him busy with all kinds of jobs A. Blazing Saddles

    64. Which of the following is a suitable title for the text? B. Guess Who’s Coming to Breakfast.

    A. Jesse Owens a Great American Athlete B. Golden Moment a Life-time Struggle C. Importance of deciding basic goals of the Women’s Union.

    C. Making a Living as a Sportsman D. How to Be a Successful Athlete? D. Unskilled Labours on Rivers and Canals in Upper Canada, 1820 1850.

    C D

    McGill Comedy Club History Students’Association Design Mirror Sale Fish Ears Tell Fish Tales

    Important meeting today. Prof. Michaei Cross of All types and sizes of design Fish have ears. Really. They’re quite small and hvee no opening to the outside world carrying Discussions on putting on Dalhousie University will be mirtors priced to please. Sale sound through the body. For the past seven years, Simon Thorrold, a university professor, has been

    Blazing Saddles. Union room speaking on “Unskilled Labours today in Union room 108. examining fish ears, small round ear bones called otoliths. 302, 34pm. New members on Rivers and Canals in Upper As fish grow, so do their otoliths. Each day, their otoliths gain a ring of calcium carbonate (碳酸

    (both actors and non-actors, Canada, 1820 1850: The ). By looking through a microscope (显微镜)and counting these rings, Thorrold can determine the living and dead) are welcome. Beginnings of Class Struggle.” exact age of a young fish. As a fish gets older, its otoliths no longer get daily rings. Instead, they get

    at 10 am in Leacock 230. yearly rings, which can also be counted, giving information about the fish’s age, just like the growth

    rings of a tree.

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     Ring counting is nothing new to fish scientists. But Thorrold has turned to a new direction. E-ticket through the airline’s computer service by June 16 will get an award (奖励). Next time you fly,

    They’re examining the chemical elements (无素) of each otolith ring. you can but another ticket for a friend for $99, good anywhere in the US or Canada through Feb. 12,

     The daily ring gives us the time, but chemistry tells us about the environment in which the fish 2000, along with the lowest ticket prices. Some airlines offer extra frequent-flier miles for the ticketless swam on any given day. These elements tell us about the chemistry of the water that the fish was in. It crowd. And there are rising punishments for paper lovers. American, Northwest, United, and last week, also says something about water temperature, which determines how much of these elements will US Airways have raised the cost for lostticket replacement(替换) to $70 from either $60 or $50. The

    gather within each otolith ring. airlines insist that the increase in price is not meant to push travelers toward E-tickets but only covers

     Thorrold can tell, for example, if a fish spent time in the open ocean before entering the less salty the increasing cost of replacing and tracking a missing ticker.

    water of coastal areas. He can basically tell where fish are spending their time at any given stage of 72 Why is the new ticketless flight introduced?

    history. A. It is cheaper for air travelers. B. It helps reduce the cost for airlines.

    In the case of the Atlantic croaker, a popular saltwater food fish, Thorrold and his assistant have C. It can use computer to plan air traveling. D. It helps prevent fliers from losing their tickets.

    successfully followed the travelling of young fish from mid-ocean to the coast, a journey of many 73. To encourage people to take ticketless flights, the airlines .

    hundreds of miles. A. sell their tickets for $99 from June to February the following year

     This is important to managers in the fish industry, who know nearly nothing about the B. let travelers go to both the US and Canada with the same tickets. whereabouts of the young fish for most food fish in the ocean. Eager to learn about his technology, fish C. allow each traveler to have an extra $99 ticket for a friend of theirs.\ scientists are now lending Thorrold their ears. D. offer ticketless travelers free miles to fly in the US

    68. What can we learn about fish ears from the text? 74. Who are the paper lovers mentioned in the text?

    A. They are small soft rings. B. They are not seen from the outside. A. People who like to have paper airplane tickets.

    C. They are openings only on food fish. D. They are not used to receive sound. B. People who love paper products of various kinds.

    69. Why does the writer compare the fish to trees? C. People who travel with paper on a plane.

    A. Tree gain a growth ring each day. B. Trees also have otoliths D. People who have lost their ticket and buy a second one.

    C. Their growth rings are very small D. They both have growth rings 75. The airline companies say that they have raised the lost-ticket replacement price in order 70. Why is it important to study the chemistry of otolith rings? to .

    A. The elements of the otoliths can tell the history of the sea A. attract travelers to take ticketless flights. B. punish those who insist on using paper tickets

    B. Chemical contents of otoliths can tell how fast fish can swim. C. do better than other airline companies D. pay for the work to deal with lost tickets.

    C. We can know more about fish and their living environment VI. 书面表达!满分25分,

    D. Scientists can know exactly how old a fish is 为了丰富外国留学生的生活(你校学生会将举办一次音乐周活动(请你以组织者的身份写一

    71. How would you understand “fish scientists are now lending their ears”? 个书面通知(有关内容如下;

    A. They are very interested in Thorrold’s research findings. 时间;5月第1

    B. They want to know where they can find fish. 活动;1、演唱歌曲;流行歌曲

    C. They lend their fish for chemical students. 2、器乐演奏;古典和民间音乐

    D. They wonder if Thorrold can find growth rings from’their ears. 3、音乐比赛;听歌曲片断(然后猜出处

    E 地点;届时通知

    The United Satates: Fliers may want to have their tickets in hand before catching their planes, but the 参加者请于420日前报名

    airline companies are doing everything they can to bring forward cost-saving ticketless flight no 注意;1、书面通知应写成一篇连贯的短文, 2、可以适当增减细节,

    paper needed, just a ticket number and a photo ID(带照片的身份证). Anyone who buys a Northwest

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     3、词数100左右, 4、通知格式已为你写好, Thanks very much on inviting me to your birthday 76.

     5、生词;古典 classical; 民间 folk; 乐器 musical instruments; 比赛 contest party on Sunday. Id like very much come but 77. April 10, 2000 I had an examination on Monday morning. It is 78. Dear students, a very important exam but I cant afford to 79.

    fail it. Ill spend all the whole weekend reading 80.

     and prepare for it. So Im really sorry that 81.

     I wont be able to come in this time. Hope you 82.

    can understand. Ill take this chance to wish 83.

    you wonderful time on your birthday. Happy 84.

     birthday, Peter, and many happy return of the 85.

    day!

     Yours,

     Li Ming

    VI.书面表达!25分,

    April 10,2000

     Dear students,

    V. 短文改错!共10小题(每小题1分(满分10分,

     此题要求改正所给短文中的错误。对标有题号的每一行作出判断,如无错误(在该行右行横

     线上画一个勾!?,,如有错误!每行只有一个错误,(则按下列情况改正;

     该行多一个词;把多余的词用余线!/,划掉(在该行右边横线上写出该词(并也用斜线划 掉。

     该行缺一个词;在缺词处加一个漏字符号!?,(在该行右边横线上写出该词。

     该行错一个词;在错的词下划一横线(在该行右边横线上写出改正后的词。

     注意;原行没有错的不要改。

    Come to the great fun! Dear Peter,

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