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首页 广东省 普宁市城东中学2010届高三 第一次月考(英语 )

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广东省 普宁市城东中学2010届高三 第一次月考(英语 )

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普宁市城东中学届高三第一次月考英 语第一部分:听力(共两节满分分)第一节:听力理解(共小题每小题分满分分)请听下面段对话或独白选出最佳选项。请听第段对话回答第至题。WhendidthemantakethepicturesALastweek  BLastmonth  CLastyearWhatcanweknowabouttheman’scameraAIt’smadeinChinaBItcostthemanover,yuanCItneedsfilmsWhatwillthewomandoforherdaughterATakehertotheparkBDrawsomepicturesforherCBuyherabirthdaycake请听第段对话回答第至题。WhatdoesthewomanwanttodothissummerholidayAVisitChina BGotoaneveningschool CLearntodriveWhatwillthespeakersdothisafternoonARegisteratthedrivingschoolBGotothetravelagencyCCallontheirteacherWhatcanweknowfromtheconversationAThemanisgoodathislessonsBThemanwillstayinChinaforaweekCThewomancan’taffordatripabroad请听第段对话回答第至题。WhydoesthespeakerhavesomemoretimetosharewithherfamilyAEmailmakesiteasytoworkathomeBShedoesn’thavetoworkanylongerCShehasherowncompanyathomeHowcanweshareourthoughtswithdifferentfriendsatthesametimeaccordingtothespeakerAHoldingapartyandthentellingthemBSendingamessagewithourmobilephoneCSendingamessagebyemailWhatdoesthespeakerthinkofemailasawaytokeepintouchwithpeopleAQuick    BInexpensive     CSafe请听第段对话回答第至题。WhatwastheweatherliketodayaccordingtothereportARainy   BSnowyCFineWhatwasthespeakers’planATovisitaweatherreporterBTogoforapicnicthisafternoonCTofixsomechairsinthemeetingroomWhatwillthewomandonextSaturdayAAttendameeting BGototheclinic CHaveaparty请听第段对话回答第至题。WhathappenedtothecomputerAItbrokedownBItwasstolen CItwassoldoutWhatwasthewomandoingwiththecomputerAShewaslisteningtothemusicBShewasplayingcomputergameCShewastypingareportWhatwillthespeakersdothisSaturdayAGotothewoman’sofficeBBuyadesktopcomputerCRepairtheircomputer第二节:听取信息(共小题每小题分满分分)请听下面一段独白根据题目要求从所听到的内容中获取必要的信息然后填入标号为的空格中。ElvisPresleyBriefintroductionHedidnotrecordotherthanEnglishHeneveroutsidetheUnitedStates,exceptforthreeshowsinCanadaBuckinghamPalaceIn,hewasborninofTupelo,MississippiIn,heandhisfamilymovedtoMemphis,TennesseeIn,hemadehisfirstofthesong,MyHappiness  二、语言知识及应用(共两节满分分)第一节:完形填空(共小题每小题分满分分)阅读下面的短文掌握其大意然后从各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中选出能填入相应空白处的最佳选项。LangLangisaworldclassyoungpianistwhogrewupinShenyangHewenttoapianoschoolinBeijingwhenhewasjusteight“Youneed,”hisfathersaid“Butifyoudon’tworkhard,nofortunewillcome”WhatmadehimsadwashispianoteacherinBeijingdidn’tlikehim“YouhavenotalentYouwillneverbeapianist”Asanineyearoldboy,LangLangwasbadlyHedecidedthathedidn’twanttobeapianistanymoreForthenexttwoweeks,hedidn’ttouchthepianoWisely,hisfatherdidn’tpush,butwaitedLuckily,thedaycamewhenhisteacheraskedhimtoplaysomeholidaysongsHedidn’twantto,butasheplacedhisfingersonthepianokeys,hethathecouldshowothersthathehadtalentThatdayhetoldhisfatherwhathehadbeenwaitingtohearthathewantedtostudywithanewteacherFromthatpointon,everythingturnedaroundHestartedcompetitionsIntheInternationalYoungPianistsCompetition,whenitwasthatLangLanghadwon,hewastooexcitedtoholdbackhistearsSoonwasclearthathecouldn’tstayinChinaforeverhehadtoplayontheworld’sbigstagesInLangLangmovedagain,thistimetoPhiladelphia,USATherehespenttwoyearspracticing,andbyhehadworkedhardenoughforfortunetotakeoverAfterhisperformanceatChicago’sRaviniaFestival,gigsinLincolnCentreandCarnegieHallstartedin,LangLangfinallyworkedtoreachtheplacewherefortunespotshim,andletshimshineAexercise    Bfortune      Cknowledge    DwealthAwhether     Bwhy        Cwhen        DthatAhurt      Bweakened      Cruined        DfrightenedAseemed      Badmitted      Cnoticed      DrealizedAinall      Baboveall      Cafterall      DatallAreceiving    Baccepting      Cwinning      DbeatingAtold      Bmentioned     Cannounced     DrecognizedAthis      Bit          Cthat        DwhatAsuccessful    Bcheerful      Crespectful      DmeaningfulApulling    Bbreaking      Cfalling        Dpouring第二节:语法填空(共小题每小题.分满分分)阅读下面短文根据上下文填入适当的词语或使用括号中的词语的适当形式填空并将答案填写在答题卡上标号为的相应位置。LongagotheEmperordecidedtoholdaswimmingracebetweendifferentanimalsTheorderinwhichtheyfinishedwoulddecidetheorderoftheir  (appear)intheChinesecalendarAlltheanimalslinedupontheriverbankand  (give)thetaskofgettingtotheoppositeshoreThecatwonderedhowhewouldgetacross  hewasafraidofwaterTheoxworriedhowhewouldcross  hispooreyesightThecalculatingratsuggestedthatheandthecat  (jump)ontotheox'sbackandguidehimacrossTheox,steadyandhardworking,didnotnoticethetwoanimalsonhisbackInthemeanwhile,theratranbehindtheunsuspectingcatandpushed  intothewaterAstheoxcameashore,theratjumpedoffandfinishedtheracefirst theratgotthefirstyear  (name)afterhimandtheoxgotthesecondyear thelazypigreachedthefinishlineinthplacetheracewasoverandhewasawardedthefinalplaceonthecalendarFromthatdaythecat,  neverfinishedandlosthisplaceonthecalendar,becametheenemyoftherat三、阅读(共两节满分分)第一节: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A、B、C和D项中选出最佳选项并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。AAmericanswearblackformourningChinesewearwhiteWesternersthinkofdragonsasmonstersChinesehonorthemassymbolsofGodChinesecivilizationhasoftenshownsuchpolarities(极性)withtheWest,asthougheachstandsatextremeendsofaglobalstringNowintheUniversityofCalifornia,Berkeley,psychologisthasdiscovereddeeperpolaritiesbetweenChineseandAmericanculturespolaritiesthatgototheheartofhowwereasonanddiscovertruthHisfindingsgofartowardexplainingwhyAmericanculturesseemtocontentiousandChineseculturessopassive,whencomparedtoeachotherMoreimportantly,theresearchopensthewayforthepeoplesoftheEastandtheWesttolearnfromeachotherinfundamentalwaysTheChinesecouldlearnmuchfromWesternmethodsfordeterminingscientifictruth,saidKaipingPeng,aformerBeijingScholar,whoisnowaUCBerkeleyassistantprofessorofpsychologyAndAmericanscouldprofitenormouslyfromtheChinesetoleranceforacceptingcontradictionsinsocialandpersonallife,hesaid“Americanshaveaterribleneedtofindoutwhoisrightinanargument,”saidPeng“Theproblemisthatattheinterpersonallevelyoureallydon’tneedtofindthetruth,ormaybethereisn’tany”Chinesepeople,saidPeng,arefarmorecontenttothinkthatbothsideshaveflawsandvirtues,becausetheyhaveaholisticawarenessthatlifeisfullofcontradictionsTheydofarlessblamingoftheindividualthandoAmericans,headdedInstudiesofinterpersonalargument,forexample,whensubjectswereaskedtodealwithcontradictoryinformationstemmingfromconflictbetweenamotherandadaughterorastudentandaschool,PengfoundthatAmericanswere“noncompromising,blamingonesideusuallythemotherforthecausesoftheproblems,demandingchangesfromonesidetoattainasolutionandofferingnocompromise”indealingwiththeconflictComparedtothisangry,blamingAmericanstance,theChinesewereparagons(模范)ofcompromise,findingfaultonbothsidesandlookingforsolutionsthatmovedbothsidestothemiddleInParagraph,theauthorsetsexamplesinordertoAexposethecontradictionbetweenChineseandAmericansBshowthedifferencesbetweenChinesecultureandAmericancultureCfindthereasonforthedifferencesDgeneralizethemainideaofthepassageTheunderlinedword“contentious”inParagraphprobablymeansAconservative  Baggressive  Cobjective  DoptimisticComparedwithAmericans,ChineseareAlikelytofindthetruthinlifeBreluctanttoadmittheirownfailureCreluctanttohaveageneralideaofthingsDlikelytoknowadvantagesanddisadvantagesofthingsThestudiesshowthatAanAmericantreatshisorhermotherbadlyBdifferentideasoftreatingtheagedCdifferentpersonalityofChineseandAmericanDdifferentconflictsofAmericansandChineseThemainideaofthepassageisApolaritiesbetweenAmericanandChinesecultureBprioritiesofAmericanculturetoChineseCdifferentattitudestowardstheagedDdifferentmannersinsocialoccasionsBTheearth’smostrichresourcewaterhasbecomeoneofthemostpreciousresourcesintheUnitedStatesasrivers,lakes,andfreshwaterreservoirsareincreasinglyexploitedforhumanuseConsequently,usingprecisefarmingtechniquestorefine“irrigationscheduling”isaresearchareaofparticularinteresttoSusanMoran,aresearcherwiththeUSdepartmentofAgricultureSheexplainsthatinthesouthwest,irrigationisbothdifficultandexpensiveThere,shesays,farmershaveatendencytooverirrigate,spendingbothmoretimeandmoneythanisnecessary“I’mtryingtoprovidenewinformationthatcouldbeusedbyfarmerstoscheduleirrigationstoimprovetheirprofitabilityanduselesswater,”Moransays“FarmersoftenlookatweatherchangesandthenscheduleirrigationbasedonthatinformationButiftheyhadbetterinformation,theycouldusescientificmodelstocomputemorepreciselyhowmuchwatertheircropisusing”Ratherthanguessingtheircrop’spotentialneedforwaterbaseduponweatherchanges,farmerscanuseremotesensorstomeasurehowmuchwatertheircropisactuallyusingThiswouldgivethemamoreaccuratemeasureofhowmuchmorewateritneedsMoranbelievesthatiffarmersaregettinggoodandtimelymeasurementsofplantandairtemperature,thentheycanprogramwhenandhowmuchwatertogiveeachcropthroughanirrigationsystemNomorewaterwouldbeusedthanneeded,thussavingcostandconservingwaterMoranintroducesonestudysheconductedinArizonatoinvestigatetheuseofremotesensingdataforschedulingcottonirrigationsTypically,thosefarmersirrigatetentimespergrowingseason,butevidenceshowedthatsomeofthosefarmerscouldachievebasicallythesameharvestwithonlynineirrigations“Inthosecases,onelessirrigationsavedmorethanallthecostofremotesensingdata,”shestates“BothirrigationandsatelliteremotesensingdataareexpensiveButthenagainmanyfarmersareusedtowordingtogetherasagroupTheyareusedtosharingI’mhopingtheycoulddothesamewithremotesensingdatapurchaseonesceneoveralargeareatocovermanyfarms,whichwouldfurtherreducethecost”WhatdoesMoranthinkistheproblemwithfarmersAOverusedreservoirs  BPrecisionfarmingCIrrigationresearches  DOverirrigationHowcanfarmersgetthenewinformationabouttheircropATorescheduleirrigationasrequiredBTowatchweatherchangesregularlyCTouseremotesensorsasresearcherssuggestDTousescientificmodelssincecomputingismorereliableWhatdofarmerscheckuponwhentheydecidehowmuchwatereachcropneedsAProfitability  BRemotesensors  CThecost  DAirtemperatureWhat’sthepurposeofMoranintroducingthestudyshecarriedoutinArizonaAToinvestigatetheuseofremotesensingdataBTosupportherviewpointinthepreviousparagraphCToshowhowfarmerscanreapaharvestDTocriticizethosefarmerswhousedtoomuchwaterWhatisamongthebestpossiblewaystohelpsavefarmers’moneyAChangingirrigation  BSharingsensingdataCBuyingonecomputer  DExtendingthefarmsCSongsthatmakeourheartshappycanmakethemstrongertoo,USresearchersreportedonTuesdayTheyfoundthatwhenpeoplelistenedtotheirfavoritemusic,theirbloodvessels(血管)dilatedinmuchthesamewayaswhentheyarelaughing,ortakingbloodmedications"Wehaveaprettyimpressiveeffect,"saidDrMichaelMiller,directorofpreventivecardiology(心脏病学)attheUniversityofMarylandMedicalCenterinBaltimore"Bloodvesseldiameterimproved,"hesaid"ThevesselopenedupprettysignificantlyYoucanseethevesselsopeningupwithotheractivitiessuchasexercise"AsimilareffectisseenwithdrugssuchasstatinsWhenbloodvesselsopenupmore,bloodflowsmoresmoothlyandislesslikelytoformtheclots(凝块)thatcauseheartattacksandstrokes"Wearenotsayingtostopyourstatinsornottoexercisebutrathertoaddthistoanoverallprogramofhearthealth,"saidMiller,whopresentedhisfindingstoameetingoftheAmericanHeartAssociationinNewOrleansMiller'steamtestedhealthy,nonsmokingmenandwomen,whoweretoldtobringtheirfavoritemusicTheyspenthalfanhourlisteningtotherecordingsandhalfanhourlisteningtomusictheysaidmadethemfeelanxiouswhiletheresearchersdidultrasoundtestsdesignedtoshowbloodvesselfunctionComparedtotheirnormalbaselinemeasurements,bloodvesseldiameterincreasedpercentonaveragewhenthevolunteersheardtheirjoyfulmusicListeningtomusictheydislikedinmostcasesinthisgroupheavymetalbloodvesselsnarrowedbysixpercent,MillersaidMillersaidhecameupwiththeideaafterdiscoveringthatlaughtercausedbloodtoliterallyflowmoresmoothly"Iaskedmyselfwhatotherthingsmakeusfeelrealgood,besidescaloriesfromdarkchocolateofcourseMusiccametomindItmakesmefeelreallygood,"hesaidMostofthevolunteerschosecountrymusicbutMillersaidthestyleisnotsoimportantratherthanwhatpleaseseachindividualTheunderlinedworddilate(inparagraph)isclosestinmeaningto“”Awiden     Bmove    Cchange    DincreaseAccordingtothepassage,whichofthefollowingwillNOTcausebloodvesselstoopenupATakingexercise       BListeningtounpleasantmusicCBurstingintolaughter       DTakingdrugslikestatinsItcanbeinferredfromthepassagethatAbloodclotsarecausedbyheartattacksandstrokesBmusicisbetterthanchocolateforyourhealthCthestyleofmusichasdifferenteffectsondifferentpeopleDaperson’soverallhealthismoreinfluencedbyhowmuchexercisehegetsWhatisthepassagepossiblytakenoutfromAAscientificjournal     BAschooltextbookCAmedicalbrochure       DAlocalnewspaperWhat’sthebesttitleofthepassageAPleasantMusicCures    BResearchintoBloodVesselCMusicandHeartAttack    DMusicandHappiness第二节:信息匹配(共小题每小题分满分分)阅读下列材料从所给的六个选项(A、B、c、D、E和F)中选出符合各小题要求的最佳选项。选项中有一项是多余选项。ThepeoplebelowarealllookingforanislandinHawaiitospendtheirholidaysAfterthedescriptionofthesepeople,thereisinformationaboutsixislandsinHawaii(AF)DecidewhichislandwillbemostsuitableforthepersonmentionedinquestionsTomhopestospendhisholidayonanislandwherehecanenjoythebeautifulsceneryoftropicalrainforestsHealsolooksforwardtohavingachancetolookatanactivevolcanobecausehehasneverseenoneasageographystudentMaggieisinterestedinbiologyandshelikesallkindsofanimalsShewantstovisitanislandwiththelongesthistorysothatshecanseethemostunusualanimalsStevenlikestoexperiencethepleasureofridingmue andwantstoseeancienttemplesandbeautifulwaterfallsbesidesarainforestCatherinedislikesmodemformsoftransportShethinksitisnotgoodfortheprotectionoftheenvironmentSosheprefersanislandprovidingvehicleswhichbringnopollutiontotheislandShehopestoexperienceallsortsofactivitiesHorseridingisherfavouriteMikehasaninterestinthecultureofPolynesiaandlikesthescenerywithtallbuildingsstandingonthebeachHepreferstoseesunsetAMauiisamagicalplaceItnowoffersexceptionalvacationactivitiesExperiencesunriseatthetopofHaleakalaCrater,playonchampionshipgolfcourses,browsehistoricLahainatownforpearlsandothertreasures,andrelaxatworldclassresorts alongwhitesandbeachesatkaanapali,Wailca,Makena,andKapaluaBThesurfersandskyscrapersofWaikikiBeachareworldfamous,buttheUSAArizonaMemorialatPearlPort,downtownHonolulu'shistorieLolaniPalaceandthriving Chinatown,andthePolynesianCulturalCenteralsoattractOahuvisitorsAndsunsetatWaimeaBayisunforgettableCTheBigIslandgoesbyseveralnicknames,includingOrchidIsland,thankstoitstropicalrainforests,andvolcanoisland,anodtostillactiveKilaueaTheBigIslandalsoincludesthe,footMaunaKcaDKauaiisHawaii'soldestandmosttropicalislandFromitsfarbeachesbeneaththeNaPalicoastcliffstoWaimea,frommysticalHanaleitoBaliHaimountain,thisisaplaceofunequalledbeautyStrangespeciesflocktotheKilaueaPointNationalWildlifeRefage,whilevacationerspreferthesunnyPoipuBeachandPrineevilleresortareasEThere'snopublictransportonthetinyisland,Lanai,butyoucanrentafourwheeleranddrivemilesofpavedandunpavedroads,pastuncrowdedbeachesDespiteitssize,Lanaioffersalargevarietyofactivities,includinghikingthroughancientruins,horsebackriding,golfFMolokaiismoreundisturbedandlessdevelopedthanHawaii'sotherislandsItsdistantpark,KalaupapaNationalHistoricalPark,canbereachedbyhiking,onmuleback,orbyasmallplaneThosewhodriveonMolokai'scoastalhighwaymeetStJoseph'schurchandtropicalgardens,ancienttemplesandarainforest,andscenicwaterfalls四、写作(共两节满分为分)第一节:基础任务(共小题满分分)假如你是李明你的班里来了一位英国交换生Paul。他在和你的交谈中表示在中国学习压力很大。请你给他写封信给他提一些建议。【写作内容】.将自己的问题告诉老师和同学请求得到他们的帮助。.不要总想着考试成绩要多想想自己在哪些方面进步了这样就会给自己自信。.多做运动运动可以帮助自己缓解压力并且有助于睡眠。【写作要求】用五句话表达全部的内容并组成一篇连贯的短文。(信的开头和结尾已经给出不计入句数)【评分标准】句子结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