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2006年陕西省咸阳市永寿中学高三质量检测英语试卷

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2006 年陕西省咸阳市永寿中学高三质量检测英语试卷

(共 150 分,考试时间 120 分钟)

第一卷(两部分,共 95 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, 并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

例:have A. gave

B. save

C. hat

D. made

答案是 C。

1. pocket A. shock

B.stone

C. remove

D. moment

2. polite

A. distance

B.service

C.sign

D. ticket

3. spread A. seat

B. sweater

C. weakness

D. great

4. wasted A. fixed

B. watched

C. needed

D. changed

5. cloth

A. clothing

B. breathe

C. southern

D. length

第二节 语法和词汇知识(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,并在答题卡上将该项 涂黑。

6.— Shall we repair the building tomorrow?

— ________.

A. Yes, we do

B. No, not yet

C. It depends on the weather

D. Unless it is fine

7._____ seems to have been strong competition in China for school leavers to enter college or university.

A. It

B. That

C. Here

D. There

8. _______ in the mountains for a week, the two students were finally saved by the local police.

A.Having lost

B.Lost

C.Being lost

D.Losing

9. Everybody in the village likes Jack because he is good at telling and ____ jokes.

A.turning up

B.putting up

10.—Is Bob still performing?

C.making up

D.showing up

—I’m afraid not. He is said ___ the stage already as he has become an official.

A.to have left

B.to leave

C.to have been left D. to left

11. I’m moving to the countryside because the air there is much fresher than __ in the city.

A.ones

B.one

C.that

D.those

12. Her sister has become a lawyer,______ she wanted to be.

A.who

B.that

C.what

D.which

13. First,it is important to recognize what kind of person you are and which special qualities make you different from ______ .

A.everyone else B.the other

C.someone else

D.the rest

14. He hasn’t slept at all for three days._______he is tired out.

A. There is no point

B. There is no need

C. It is no wonder

D. It is no way

15. My brother is an actor. He______in several films so far.

A.appears

B.appeared

C.has appeared

D.is appearing

16.The president spoke at the business meeting for nearly an hour without_ his notes.

A.bringing up

B.referring to C.looking for

D.trying on

17. ― Ow! I’ve burnt myself!

―How did you do that?

―I______a hot pot.

A.touched

B.kept

C.felt

D.held

18.__ I explained on the phone, your request will be considered at the next meeting.

A.When

B.After

C.As

D.Since

19. —Excuse me! How can I get to the nearest post office?

—Walk along this road for a few minutes,

you’ll make it.

A.so

B.and

C.but

D.or

20. My son spends too much time on PC games. I wonder

I can do about it.

A.which

B.how

C.what

D.that

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,从短文后所给各题的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)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。
It was raining.I went into a caféand asked for a coffce. 21 I was waiting for my drink,I realized there were other people in the place,but I sensed 22 .I saw their bodies,but I couldn’t feel their souls 23 their souls belonged to the 24 .
I stood up and walked between the tables.When I came to the biggest computer,I saw a thin,small man 25 in front of it.“I’m Steve,”he finally answered after I asked him a couple of times what his name was.“I can’t talk with you.I’m 26 ,”he said.He was chatting online and, 27 ,he was playing a computer game -a war game.I was 28 .
Why didn’t Steve want to talk with me?I tried 29 to speak to that computer geek (怪 人), 30 not a word came out of his mouth.I touched his shoulder,but no reaction(反应).I was 31 .I put my hand in front of the monitor,and he started to shout,“ 32 !”
I took a few steps back,wondering if all those people in the caféwere looking at me.I 33 , and saw nobody showed any interest.
34 ,I realized that the people there were having a nice conversation with their machines, not with people.They were more 35 having a relationship with the 36 ,particularly Steve.I

wouldn’t want to 37 the future of human beings if they preferred sharing their lives with machines 38 with people.

I was worried and sank in my thoughts.I didn’t even 39 that the coffee was bad, 40

Steve didn’t notice there was a person next to him.

21.A.Before

B.Since

C.Although

D.While

22.A.pain

B.loneliness

C.sadness

D.fear

23.A.because

B.when

C.until

D.unless

24.A.home

B.world

C.Net

D.Café

25.A.sleeping

B.laughing

C.sitting

D.learming

26.A.busy

B.thirsty

C.tired

D.sick

27.A.first of all

B.just then

C.at the same time D.by that time

28.A.surprised

B.delighted

C.moved

D.frightened

29.A.once

B.again

C.first

D.even

30.A.but

B.so

C.if

D.or

31.A. excited

B.respected

C.afraid

D.unhappy

32.A.Shut up

B.Enjoy yourself

C.Leave me alone

D.Help me out

33.A.walked about B.walked out

C.raised my hand

D.raised my head

34.A.From then on B.At that moment

C.In all

D.Above all

35.A.interested in

B.tired of

C.careful about

D.troubled by

36.A.computer

B.soul

C.shop

D.geek

37.A.tell

B.plan

C.imagine

D.design

38.A.other than

B.instead of

C.except for

D.as well as

39.A.pretend

B.understand

C.insist

D.realize

40.A.as if

B.just as

C.just after

D.even though

第二部分 阅读理解(共 25 小题。第一节每小题 2 分,第二节每小题一分;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 和 D)中,选出最佳选项,并 在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
A
“Come in,Kim. Have a seat. please.”said Bill Williams, the manager. This was Kim’s first experience with an assessment After only six months he was due to a rise if this assessment was satisfactory.
“Kim,”began Bill Williams.“I am very pleased with the quality of your work. I have nothing but praise for your hard work. My only concern is that your are not active enough in putting forward your suggestions.”
“But.”replied Kim.“I have always completed every assigmment you have given me. Mr.Willanns.”
“I know that,Kim.And please, call me Bill. What I expect is for you to think independently and introduce new ideas I need more input from you---more feedback on how things are going I don’t need a “yes man.”You never tell me what you think. You just smile as though everything is fine.”
“But,”said Kim,“I feel that since you are my superier, it would be presumptuous of me to tell

you what to do.”

“I’m not asking you to tell me what to do, but what you think we could do.To make suggestions I employed you because I respect your experience in this firld. But you are not communicating your thoughts to me.”

“Yes, I see. I’m not accustomed to this but I will try to do as you say..Bill.”

“Good, then,I expect to hear more from you at staff meetings or ar any other time you want to discuss an idea with me.”

“Yes, of course. Thank you. Mr.Will…Bill.”

“Good.then, I expect to hear more from you at staff meetings or at any other thime you want to discuss an idea with me.”

“Yes,of course.Thank you.Mr.Will…Bill.”

41.Kim is the sort of employee who

.

A. does not speak out his own ideas

B. is not devoted to the job

C. laughs too much over work

D. can not finish his work on time

42.The word“presumptuous”in the middle of the passge is closest in meaning to“ ”

A.full of respect

B. too confident and rude

C.lacking in experience

D.too shy and quiet

43. We can learn that .

A. Kim tried to take charge of the staff meetings

B. Bill respects those who just do what he tells them to do

C. Bill was pleased with Kim’s hard work and his suggestions

D.Kim will have a higher salary if he can pass the assessment

B
Hi, everybody!
Welcome to our newly-opened Richards Cinema Bookstore!
Now let me introduce to you some of the new film books in our store.
Are you Chinese fillm fans? Ok, here comes the latest 25 New Takes about Chinese films. It is a collection of 25 fresh readings of different Chinese films from the 1930s to the present, In recent years, Chinese films are very popular in the States, such as Crouching Tiger and Hidden Dragon, Hero, and Flowers of Shanghai.
Do you like French films? Well, here is The French Cinema Book. It covers French films from the 1890s to the beginning of the 21st century. It is written for all lovers of French cinema: students and teachers, specialists and fans, and so on.
Maybe you are Indian film fans and star-chasers. Then here is Encyclopedia(百科全书)of Indian Cinema. The book is a complete introduction to all the best Indian films. It also offers a full list of names of the famous and successful film stars in the past ten years. You know, the Indian film industry is the largest in the world after our Hollywood.
If you like British films, we have The British Cinema Book. It is a good review of British Cinema. This book contains a good many nice pictures.
In our bookstore, you can also find books about Mexican, Japanese, Australian, German and Italian films.
Well, please help yourselves to some coffee or tea, and have a good time here!

44.The speaker of the passage is most probable

.

A.the author of 25 New Takes

B.a tourist in the cinema bookstore

C.the manager of the cinema bookstore

D.a reader of Encyclopedia of Indian Cinema

45.How many Asian countries does the speaker refer to when he talks about the film books?

A.Two. B.Three. C.Four. D.Nine.

46.Which of the following statements is NOT mentioned in the passage?

A.Indian cinema is second only to Hollywood.

B.The British Cinema Book includes a complete list of names of stars.

C.Crouching Tiger and Hidden Dragon is well received in the States.

D.The French Cinema Book covers over a century’s French films.

47.The purpose of the speaker is

.

A.to satisfy the customers’ various tastes

B.to keep the authors in the cinema bookstore

C.to offer the tourists chances to meet the film stars

D.to make the readers into film producers

C

Animals can move from place to place, but plants cannot. When an animal is under attack, it can run away or fight back..Plants certainly cannot run away, and they lack teeth and claws. But plants can defend themselves by using both physical and chemical means.

Some plants have their own ways to keep animals away. For example, the leaves of the holly plant have sharp spine(s 刺)that discourage grass-eating animals. Holly leaves on lower branches
have more spines than leaves on upper branches. This is because the lower leaves are easier for most animals to reach..

Some plants, such as the oak tree, have thick and hard leaves that are difficult for animals to eat. Some grasses may contain a sandy material; eating such grasses wears down the animal’s teeth.

Many plants also have chemical defenses. Some plants produce chemicals that tastebitter or cause an unpleasant reaction. Some plants may fight against an attack by increasing the production of these chemicals. When a caterpillar(毛虫)bites a tobacco leaf, the leaf produces a chemical messenger. This messenger sends to the roots the information to produce more nicotine. The higher levels of nicotine discourage the caterpillar.

Many plants depend on both physical and chemical defenses. A certain plant in China, for instance, has prickly(多刺的)leaves, and each prickle contains poisonous venom(毒液)A single
experience with this kind of plant will teach an animal to stay away from it iin the future.

48.The holly plant has more spines on the lower leaves because most animals

.

A.are not tall enough

B.like the lower leaves only

C.are not clever enough

D.can get the lower leaves easily

49.To defend themselves,oak trees use__________.

A.chemical means

B.physical means

C.bitter chemicals

D.sandy materials

50.How does tobacco protect itself against an attack from a caterpillar?

A.Its leaves fight against the attack by physical means.

B.Its roots send a messenger to discourage the caterpillar.

C.Its roots increase the production of nicotine when it is attacked.

D.Its leaves produce poisonous sand to drive the caterpillar away.

51.What would be the best title for this passage?

A.Plants and Animals

B.How Plants Defend Themselves

C.Attacks and Defenses

D.How Animals Eat Plant Leaves

D

You either have it, or you don’t—a sense of direction. But why is it that some people could find their way across the Sahara without a map. While others can lose themselves in the next street?

Scienrists say we’re all born with a sense of dircction, but it is not properly understood now it works.One theory is that people with a good sense of direction have simply worked harder at developing it. Research being carried out at Liverpool University supports this idea and suggests that if we don’t use it we may lose it.

“Chidren as young as seven have the ability fo find their way around,” says Jim Murland, research director of the project. “However if they are not allowed out alone or are taken everywhere by car. They never develop the skills.

Jim Murland also emphasizes that young people should be taught certain skills to improve their sense of direction. He makes the following suggestions.

●If you are using a map, turn it so it relates to the way you are facing.

●If you leave your bike in a strange place. Put it near something like a big stone or a tree. Note landmarks on the way you go away from your bike. When you return, go back along the same route.

●Simplify the way of finding your direction by using lines such as streets in a town, streams, qr walls in the countryside to guide you count your steps so that you know how fast you have gone and note any landrnarks such as lower blocks or hills which can help to find out where you are.

Now you need never get lost again

52.Scientists believe that

.

A. some babies are born with a sense of direction

B. people learn a sense of dircchon as they grow older

C. pcople never lose their sense of dircction

D. everyhody possess sense of dircction from birth

53.What is true of seven-year-old chidren according to the passage?

A. They never have a sense of direction without maps.

B. They should never he allowed out alone if they lack a sense of direction.

C. They have a sense of direction and can find the way around.

D. They can develop a good sense of direction if they are driven around in a car.

54.If you leave your bike in a strange place, you should

.

A. tie it to a tree so as to prevent it from being stolen

B. draw a map to help remember where it is

C. avoid taking the same route when you come back to it

D. remember something easily recognizable on the route

55.According to the passage, the best way fo find your way around is to

.

A. ask the policeman for directions

B. use walls, streams, and streets to guide yourself

C. remember your route by looking out for steps and stairs

D. count the number of landrnarks that you see

E
Aristotle, the Greek philosopher, summed up the four chief qualities of money some 2,000 years ago. It must be lasting and easy to recognize, to divide, and to carry about.
When we think of money today, we picture it as round, flat pieces of metal which we call coins, or as printed paper notes. But there are still parts of the world today where coins and notes are of no use. They will buy nothing, and a traveler might starve if he had none of the particular local “money”. Among remote people, who are not often reached by traders, from outside, commerce usually means barte(r 物物交换). There is a direct exchange of goods. Perhaps it is fish for vegetables, or meat for grain. For this kind of simple trading, money is not needed, but there is often something that everyone wants and everybody can use, such as salt, shells, or iron and copper. These things —salt, shells or metals — are till used as money in out-of-the-way parts of the world today.
Salt may rather be a strange substance to use as money, but in countries where the food of the people is mainly vegetable, it is often an absolute necessity. Cakes of salt, stamped to show their value, were used as money in Tibet until recent times, and cakes of salt will still buy goods in Borneo and parts of Africa.
Cowrie sea shells have been used as money at some time or another over the greater part of the Old World. These were collected mainly from the beaches of the Maldives Islands in the Indian Ocean, and were traded to India and China. In Africa, cowries were traded right across the continent from East to West. Four or five thousand went for one Maria Theresa dollar, an Austrian silver coin which was once accepted as money in many parts of Africa.
Metal, valued by weight, were early coins in many parts of the world. Iron, in lumps, bars or rings, is still used in many countries instead of money. It can either be exchanged for goods, or made into tools or weapons. The early money of China, apart from shells, was of bronze(青铜), ten in flat, round pieces with a hole in the middle, called “cash”. The earliest of these are between three thousand and four thousand years old —older than the earliest coins of the eastern Mediterranean.
Nowadays, coins and notes have taken place of nearly all the more interesting forms of money, and although in one or two of the more remote countries people still hold it for future use on ceremonial occasions such as weddings and funerals(葬礼), examples of early money will soon be found only in museums.
56. In some parts of the world a traveler might starve _______.
A. even if his money was of the local kind
B. even if he had no coins or notes
C. if he did not know the local rate of exchange
D. even if he had plenty of coins and notes
57. Barter usually takes the place of money transaction where ________.

A. there is only salt

B. trading needs are fairly simple

C. metal tools are used

D. it is done only for ceremonial purposes

58. Salt is still used as money _______.

A. in Tibet

B. in the Maldives Islands

C. in several countries

D. only for ceremonial purposes

59. Four or five thousand cowrie shells used to be _____.

A. as valuable as a Maria Theresa dollar

B.valued because they were easy to carry

C. useful currency in India

D. useful currency in South America

60. The earliest known coins from the eastern Mediterranean ________.

A. are as old as the earliest known Chinese coins

B. are older than the earliest known Chinese coins

C. are not as old as the earliest known Chinese coins

D. were much larger than their Chinese equivalents(等价物)

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 多余选项。 (Mike is picking up the phone when Alice enters) Alice: Are you phoning Linda? Mike: Yes, but how do you know? Alice: ____61______ Mike: What did they say? Alice: _____62______ Mike: What happened? Alice: 63 .She had to go and take his place for 3 days. Mike: That’s too bad. Alice: 64 . Mike: You see, I had arranged for us to have dinner with a friend tonight. Alice: 65 Mike: Sure, why not?
A.Isn’t she your girlfriend? B.They said she had left for London. C.What’s the problem? D.Her office left you a message. E.Why not invite me, then?

F.They said they had phoned Linda. G.The manager at their office had suddenly fallen ill.

第 II 卷(共 55 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)
根据下列句子及所给单词的首字母,在答题纸*刺夂判闯龈鞯ゴ收返耐耆问剑 空限写一词)。
66.The telephone rang,and he answered it i_______. 67.Zhejiang is f______for tea and silk. 68.Cabbage,carrots,and tomatoes are my favorite v_______. 69.Pauline had a ring on her f______,so I guessed she was married. 70.The article was w______ in German and translated into Chinese. 71.Martin i_______me to the New Year’s party and introduced me to his friends. 72.The rain c______for days, so we could not go out to play. 73.Fill in the form with your name,home a ______,and phone number. 74.Modem m_______ has cured many diseases that used to kill many people. 75.Our next-door n______says she’ll look after our cat while we’re away.

第二节 短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 15 分) At first I was not quite willing to sit down and
watched the 90-minute football match.Usually I just checked the results because I thought that was dull to watch a game in which players kicked a ball each other.Therefore,my father loves football.During the World Cup in 2002,my dad stays up late just to watch his favorite sport.Seeing his strong interest in this game of 22 men run after a ball,I decided to sit down to watch the game.I found the game excited,and my dad explained for the rules.We shared our joy.Football is not too badly as long as I watch it with my dad!

76.__________ 77.__________ 78.__________ 79.__________ 80.__________ 81.__________ 82.__________ 83.__________ 84.__________ 85.__________

第三节 书面表达(满分 30 分) 你的英国朋友正在做一个课题:世界各地生日庆祝方式。他请你介绍中国学生过生日的
方式。请你根据以下要点写一篇短文:
1、 通常方式 (1)生日聚会

(2)生日礼物 (3)生日祝福 2、 我认为更有意义的庆祝方式和理由 词数 100~120




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