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首页 2006级高三暑假补课英语测试题(4)

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2006级高三暑假补课英语测试题(4)

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简介:本文档为《2006级高三暑假补课英语测试题(4)doc》,可适用于成人教育领域

级高三暑假补课英语测试题()喜欢就下载吧级高三暑假补课英语测试题()本试卷分第一卷(选择题)和第二卷(非选择题)两部分。共分。考试时间分钟。第一卷(三部分共分)第一部分:听力(共两节满分分)第一节(共小题每小题分满分分)听下面段对话。每段对话后有一个小题从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后你都有秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。例:HowmuchistheshirtA,B,C,答案为B。DoesthemanthinkthattheycangetthereintimeAThereisnodoubtBYesIfthereisnoholdupDImpossibleHowoftendoesAmytakeherballetlessonsnowAOnceeveryweekBTwiceeveryweekCThreetimeseveryweekWheredidthisconversationmostprobablytakeplaceAAtagrocer’sstoreBAtarestaurantCAtabookstoreHowmanystudentsdidthewomanbelievehadtakentheexamAFiftystudentsBFortystudentsCTwentyfivestudentsWhatdoesthewomanthinkAShedoesnotagreewiththemanBShethinksthatitisbettertowaitCShethinksthatitisbettertodriveatnight第二节(共小题每小题分满分分)听下面段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前你将有时间阅读各个小题每小题秒钟听完后各小题将给出秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。听第段材料回答第至题。WhatdidthewomanbuyatlastAInsectguardsBSomeinsectnetsCAcanofinsectsprayWherearethemanandthewomanprobablytalkingAInastoreBInanofficeCInacampWhatisthemanAAcompanymanngoingDthantogo(TheirgoodsareexchangedforsuchmachineryandequipmentweneedtobuyabroadA(thatB(whatC(asD(whichYougaveahandwhentheywereintrouble,didn'tyouDoyouthinkit'sanythingofmybusinessAWhynotBNo,Ididn't!CYes,IdidDNo,IdidexcitedallChineseandevenallAsiansmostintheAthensOlympicswasLiuXiangwonthegoldmedalofthemen'smhurdlesbyclockingsecondstoequaltheworldrecordAWhatwhichBWhatthatCWhichwhatDWhichthatUntilnextth,thistrainfordayswithoutaccidentsAisrunningBhasrunChasbeenrunningDwillhavebeenrunning(ProfessorZhanggaveallthetextbookstoallthepupils,exceptwhohadalreadytakenthemAtheseBonesCtheonesDtheothers(DoyouthinkthereasonhegaveisbelievableAforwhichBwhichCwhyDwhatIfyouareabletotalktoafriendoverthetelephone,youfeelthatyouareclosetheactualdistanceisnotshortenedAevenifBsolongasCifDasJackfelloffaladderyesterday,buthe'sallrightHeisluckyHehimselfbadlyAwouldratherhavehurtBmusthavehurtCcouldhurtDcouldhavehurtinthefire,it’sthemostimportantisthatyoushouldcalmdownAHavingcaughtBBecaughtCBeingcaughtDCaught(Whenpeoplemovetoanothercountry,theyoftentrythecustomsoftheirnativelandAtokeeponBtokeepoffCtokeepupDkeepingup第二节:完形填空(共小题每小题分满分分)阅读下面短文掌握其大意然后人各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中选出最佳选项。LikemostJulydays,itwashotIsteppedintoatinyice,creamshoptowithachocolateice,creamItwasaverystorewithlittleroundtablesandchairsAsIentered,IfoundaveryoldwomanbentatablenearthedoorHerwassobadlybentbysomesadnessthatherfacenearlythetabletopIsatdownfacingheracoupleofaway“Poorwoman,”Ithought“WhatdoesshegetlifeWhydoesGodletpeoplelivesolongpasttheiryouth”AsIthought,anotheragedladyenteredtheshopandsatdownwithherSoonthetwoofthemwerechildhooddaysTheytalkedofhowlittletheshophadchangedinyears„Inminutes,thetwoofthemwereshakingwithlaughterIlookedatthefirstwoman,thenintheonanearbywall,catchingapictureofmyselfIwasadirtyshirtShewaswelldressedinwhite,hershiningwithgoldringsIwasShewaslaughing,smilingIwasputtingtheofmylifetogetherShehadmillionsofmemoriestorecallIsataloneShewasthedaywithagoodfriendIwasworriedaboutgettingoldShewasold,butitwasn’therAsIlefttheshop,ImyfoolishquestionaboutGodlettingpeoplelivepasttheiryouth,thatwomanwasmorealive,moresensitivetolife,thanIwasAgehasnotbentherspiritAwarmupBcooloffCfreezemyselfDenjoymyselfAoldBmodernCprettyDuglyAunderBbelowCoverDaboveAheadBchestCneckDbackAconnectedBtouchedChitDjoinedAtablesBmilesCkilometersDinchesAforBoffCawayfromDoutofAspeakingBtalkingaboutCdiscussingDdebatingAsadlyBhappilyCupDagainAnewspaperBwindowCmirrorDTVAdressingBwearingCputtingonDhavingonAhandsBneckCarmsDheadAhappyBsurprisedDpoorDsadAperiodsBpiecesCpointsDmassesAunhappyBoldCwonderfulDfreshAsharingBspendingCkillingDsparingAreallyBmostlyCpubliclyDsecretlyApleasingBhurtingCleavingDpunishingArealizedBwonderedCgaveupDthoughtofAWhenBHowCWhyDWhether第三部分:阅读理解(共小题每小题分满分分)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。AWhenRikkedauseninDenmarkgoestogetsomemilkfromthefridge,shehastroublegettingpasttherefrigeratordoorButit'snotbecauseofanyphysicalobstruction(障碍)It'susuallybecausethePCmonitorinherrefrigerator'sdoorhasinformedherthatanewemailmessagehasarrivedRikkeandherhusbandaretakingpartinasixmonthtrialsponsored(赞助)byaDanishfirmandtwoSwedishpartnersTheyhopetoshowthatcomputerscanbeputtomuchmorepracticaldailyusethanmostpeoplethinkFiftyfamiliesandsingleswereprovidedwithafreemodelknownasthe"Screenfridge"forthedurationoftrial"It'sreallyveryclever,"saysRikkeShecancallupemail,newsreports,salesitemsatthesupermarketoraddressesoutoftheendlessoceanofInternetpossibilities"I'mnotthetypewhowantstositinfrontofthecomputerandwaitminutesforthemoderntoconnect,"shesaysThecreatorsoftheScreenfridgeaimatthistypeofbuyerTheythinkthatthemachineshouldattractpeoplewhohavelimitedtimetosolvetechnicalproblemsorsurfonlineThePCthatisbuiltintothedoorisverysmallItisonlytwocentimeterswide,andcompletelysilentEverythingmovesquickly,asRikkeadmitsWell,thewholethingisreallyjustanamusement,shesaysButwhenthethingisgoneafterthetest,itwillbeapaintohavetogodowninthebasementagaintodownloadmyemail"TheScreenfridgeisduetohitthemarketsometimeinearlyThewritergivesadescript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太年轻不能很好地适应社会(有助于培养能力学以致用(浪费时间、精力也没有机会注意:词数:左右。参考词汇:辩论:debate正方:thepros反方:thecons题目:AHeatedDebate级高三暑假补课英语测试题()答案听力BCBBBCABBCACCACCBCCB单项选择CBBCCCBBDCBADDC完形填空BACDBADBDCBADBCADBDC阅读理解CDABBCDDDDACBACDBACA短文改错lessons前加my。hourso'clock。aslike。waswere。ThinkThinking。sleepbed。upout。out后加of。withof。书面表达范文AHeatedDebateWe’vehadadebateaboutwhethermiddleschoolstudentsshoulddosocialpracticeTheprosthinkmiddleschoolstudentsshoulddosocialpracticeTheybelievesocialpracticecanhelpthemknowmoreaboutthethingsaroundthemandgivethemmuchexperienceBydoingso,thestudents’abilitycanbedevelopedBesides,theycanputwhattheyhavelearnedinthebooksintopracticeOntheotherhand,theconsthinkmiddleschoolstudentsdon’thavetodosocialpractice,becausetheyaretooyoungtofittheworldTheysayit’sawasteofmoneyandenergyWhat’smore,therearenosuchchancesThewholedebateisheated听力部分录音稿听下面五段对话。每段对话后有一个小题从题中所给的ABC三个选项中选出最佳选项并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后你有秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。第一节TextW:DoyouthinkwecangettherebynightM:Ifthetrafficlightsarewithus,thereshouldbenoproblemTextM:Amyisreallyenthusiasticaboutherballetclass,isn’tsheW:Yes,sheusedtotakelessonsonlyonedayaweek,butnowshegoeseveryotherdayafterschoolTextW:ShallIbringyouyourcoffeenoworwouldyouratherhaveitwithyourlunchM:I’dlikeitnow,pleaseTextM:HowmanystudentstooktheexamlastSaturdayW:Well,letmeseeIbelievethatwehadtwenty,fivefromtheMiddleEastandfifteenfromLatinAmericaTextM:It’smuchbettertowaituntiltomorrowtogoDon’tyouagreeW:YesIcouldn’tagreemore第二节听下面段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前你将有时间阅读各个小题每小题秒钟听完后各小题将给出秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。听下面一段对话回答第至题。TextM:GoodafternoonMayIhelpyouW:YeahI’mgoingcamping,andIneedsomethingtokeeptheinsectsawayM:HowabouttheseThey’renewThey’reinsectguardsW:I’veneverseenanythinglikethemM:Youcanusethemtokeepinsectsoffyouflies,mosquitoes„anyinsectW:ThesewillkeepinsectsoffmeHowM:TheycoveryouYouknow,likeanetYouputoneonyourhead,oneoneachhand,andoneoneachfootYoujustputthemoveryourbodyTheinsectscan’tbiteyouW:RightActuallyIthinkIjustwantsomeinsectsprayM:Youdon’twanttotrytheguardsW:No,thanks,Justacanofinsectspray,pleaseM:Isee听下面一段对话回答第至题。TextM:What’sthisW:Oh,IjustboughtitIt’sanelectricspaghettiforkM:AnelectricspaghettiforkW:yeahYoucanuseittoeatspaghettiM:Idon’tunderstandW:YouputitinthespaghettiThenyouturnitonTheforkmovesinacircleItpullsthespaghettiaroundtheforkM:DoesthisreallyhelpyoutoeatspaghettiW:Well,um„Ihaven’ttriedityetIjustboughtitButlookinterestingM:Betterlivingthroughtechnology听下面一段对话回答第至题。TextM:WheredidyouputmynewbluetieW:It’srightthereintheclosetwithyourothertiesM:There’sagreenoneandacouplebrownones,butnoblueoneW:HereitisinyourdrawerYoumusthaveputittherewhenyoubroughtithomeM:IsupposesoDoesitlookOKwiththisgreenshirtW:IthinksoWe’dbetterhurryuporwe’regoingtobelateTheJohnsonssaidtocomeat:M:WhattimeisitnowW::M:Sueisn’theretotakecareofthekidsyetW:She’llbehereat:ThatstillgivesustimetogetthereM:WhoelseiscomingtonightW:TheHackettsandtheFranksAndMrsJohnson’ssisterwillbetheretooM:Oh,noYoumeantheonefromPhiladelphiaW:That’sMrJohnson’ssisterNo,ConnieisfromWashingtonWemetheronceinNewYorkattheairportDon’tyourememberM:Yeah,whentheJohnsonswerecomingbackfromLondonW:That’stheoneShe’sreallyveryniceItalkedtoheryesterdayShe’shereonhervacation听下面一段对话回答第至题。TextM:MissLindaBrown,rightW:Yes,that’srightM:PleasetakeaseatW:ThankyouM:Soyou’reinterestedinajobasawaitressW:That’srightIsawyoursigninthewindowaskingforpart,timewaitressM:Mnn,haveyouworkedasawaitressbeforeW:Yes,I’veworkedasawaitressforthreeyearsatseveraldifferentrestaurantsM:IseeAreyouworkingnowW:Yes,attheKingHoteldining,roomonDarkAvenueM:Theyhaveaverynicedining,roomthereWhydoyouwanttoleaveW:BecauseIcan’tworkfulltimeatthemomentI’mtakingsomecoursesattheuniversityandneedmoretimeforstudyM:IseeWhatdaysareyouavailableW:I’mfreealldayThursdayandFriday,SaturdayandSundayM:ThatSuitsusverywellactuallyWe’relookingforsomeonewhocanhelpuslateintheweekwhenwegetverybusyThat’sThursdayafternoon,FridayafternoonandeveningaswellasalldaySaturdayTherestaurantisclosedonSundayW:That’sfinewithmeM:WhencanyoustartW:IsthefirstofnextmonthallrightwithyouM:That’sfineThefirstofMayYes,that’sgoodBytheway,you’llgetanhour,withtips,ofcourseW:GoodThankyouverymuch听下面一段对话回答第至题。TextHello,I’mHaroldSmithAstheeditorofTheVoice,I’dliketointroduceyoutoourcampusdailyWeneedvolunteerstoassistusinkeepingthestudentbodyinformedthroughournewspaperExperienceisn’tabsolutelynecessary,butwritingandtypingskillsareingreatdemandWeneedpeopletorewritearticles,type,andproof,readWecouldalsouseagoodphotographerAlthoughmanyofourstaffmembersarejournalismmajors,wealsohaveseveralengineersandaprelawstudentworkingforusSinceTheVoicecomesoutfivedaysaweek,weneedexcellentstudentswhoknowhowtobudgettheirtimeefficientlyGoodgradesareaprerequisiteforworkingonthepaperThereissomemoneyforsalariesdependingonhowinvolvedyougetwiththepaper,butdon’texpecttogetrichThisisn’tsomethingyoudoforthemoneyMostlyit’sjustforfunAnyonewhoisinterestedinjoiningthestaffshouldspeaktomeimmediatelyafterthismeetingBepreparedtostartrightawayThefirstissuegoestopresstomorro
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