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北京市宣武区2009-2010学年度第二学期第二次质量检测高三数学(英语).doc

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简介:本文档为《北京市宣武区2009-2010学年度第二学期第二次质量检测高三数学(英语)doc》,可适用于考试题库领域,主题内容包含北京高考数学专家http:blogsinacomcngaokaoshuxue霍老师北京市宣武区届高三下学期第二次质量检测英语试卷本试卷共页共分。考试符等。

北京高考数学专家http:blogsinacomcngaokaoshuxue霍老师北京市宣武区届高三下学期第二次质量检测英语试卷本试卷共页共分。考试时长分钟。考试结束后将本试卷和答题卡一并交回。第一部分:听力理解(共三节分)第一节(共小题每小题分共分)听下面段对话。每段对话后有一道小题从每题所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项。听完每段对话后你将有秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话你将听一遍。.WhatcolorwillthemanprobablytakeA.White.B.Blue.C.Pink..What'stheweatherliketodayA.Fine.B.Windy.C.Cloudy..WillthemanhelpthewomanA.Yes.B.No.C.Maybe..WhatisMichael'sjobA.Ateacher.B.Alawyer.C.Anaccountant.WhatisthemandoingA.Questioning.B.Encouraging.D.Praising第二节(共小题每小题分共分)听下面段对话或独白。每段对话或独自后有几道小题从每题所给的A、B、C三个选项选出最佳选项。听每段对话或独白前你将有秒钟的时间阅读每小题。听完后每小题将给出秒钟的做答时间。每段对话或独自你将听两遍。听第段材料回答第至小题。.WhichroomdoesJennystayinA.RoomB.Room.C.Room.WhatwillJennydosoonA.GoshoppingB.Gosightseeing.C.Gototheairport.听第段材料回答第至小题。.WhatdoesthemanthinkoftrainingchildrentolearnamusicalinstrumentA.Itcangivethemenjoyment.B.Itmakesthemtootired.C.Itcanhelpthemdeveloptheirbrain..Whatmusicalinstrumentcanthewoman’sdaughterplayA.ThepianoB.Theguitar.C.Theviolin听第段材料回答第至小题。.WherewasthemanbornA.Florida.B.Chicago.C.Indiana..WhydidthewomanandhermothermovehereA.It’scoolhereB.It’swarmhere.C.It’sdryhere..WheredoestheconversationprobablytakeplaceA.Atabusstop.B.Atanairport.C.Atanoffice听第段材料回答第至小题。.WhoarethelistenersA.Patients.B.VisitorsC.Nurses.WhencanvisitorsseepatientsA.At:pm.B.At:pm.C.At:pm.WhatisthepurposeofthespeechA.ToexplaintheschedulesB.TointroducetheradioprogramC.Toannouncethehospitalrules.第三节(共小题每小题分共分)听下面一段对话完成第题至第五道小题每小题仅填写一个词。听对话前你将有秒钟的时间阅读试题听完后你将有秒钟的作答时间。这段对话你将听两遍。AmericanAirlinesReservationMemoPassenger’sdetailsFlight’sdetailsName:MaryIDNoNDestination:NewYorkPayment:inPrice:$Departuretime:thisWednesdayafternoonArrivaltime::am(localtime)FlightNoNotesThepassengerwilltheticketatthecheckindeskatleastthreehoursbeforethedeparturetime第二部分:知识运用(共两节分)第一节单项填空(共小题每小题分共分)从每题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中选出可以填人空白处的最佳选项并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。.OurteacheraskedustouseInternetasresourcewhenweworkonouressaysA.不填aB.不填theC.theaD.the不填.AreyoustillemployedatthepostofficeYesIheresinceA.workB.havebeenworkingC.workedD.hadbeenworking.Bequietyouwillwakethewholehouse!A.orB.andC.soD.but.ThemachinehasbeenusedforseveralyearsItneedsA.torepairB.repairedC.repairD.repairing.Wasitbecauseshewasillshedidn’tgotoattendthemeetingA.whatB.whichC.asD.that.Oh,IyourcameraIsitallrightifIbringittoyoutomorrowAllrightA.forgetB.haveforgottenC.forgotD.hadforgotten.ManynewworkersandinsixmonththeywillbesenttobuildanewrailwayA.arebeingtrainedB.aretrainingC.willtrainD.willbetrained.Iusuallydothewashingupandleavethecookingtomywifeshe’sabettercookthanme.A.unlessB.asC.eventhoughD.incase.Ifthebuildingprojectbytheendofthismonthisdelayedtheconstructioncompanywillbefined.A.beingcompletedB.completedC.tobecompletedD.completing.Lessonseasilyaresoonforgotten.A.earnB.learnedC.tolearnD.learning.OnlywhenyouhaveobtainedenoughdatacometoasoundconclusionA.canyouB.youcanC.wouldyouD.youwould.LivinginthedesertinvolvesalotofproblemswatershortageistheworstA.ofwhichB.whenC.ofwhoseD.Which.WhichumbrellacanItakeYoucantakeofthemIwillusenoneA.bothB.anyC.eitherD.each.Ifyoutherightmap,wewouldn’thavegotlostA.haveboughtB.boughtC.hadboughtD.wouldbuy.moreinformation,writetotheaddressbelowA.ToB.OnC.FromD.For第二节完形填空(共小题每小题分共分)阅读下面短文掌握其大意从每题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中选出最佳选项并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。LastfallbeforeThanksgivingIwasmakingmywayinmycaroutoftheshoppingcenterparkinglot.IwasboredinthecarIawomanheavilyloadedwithandhertwoboys,onecarryingapumpkinandtheotheranotherbagTheywereheaded,I,tothebusstopacrossthemajorroaditwastoofartowalkwithallthosetoanyofthenearbybusstops,onarandomimpulse(冲动)Irolleddownmywindowandaskediftheywereindeedheadedtothe“Yes,”themotherIasked,“Wouldyoulikea“Oh,yes!”wastheirreactionIwasalsodelightedandafterdrivingoutofthewayofother,IstoppedandtheboyspiledintothebackseatThemotherstartedtopushbesidethemIherbysaying,“Oh,youcomeonupheremeI’mnotataxidriver!”SooffwewentRightaway,Idecidedtotakethemamileandahalftotheirhome,sinceIhadandtheyhadbagsAlltheway,IhadjustafinetimelisteningandtalkingwithallofthemItfeltsogoodtobeabletodothislittleandshowedthatwithsuchasmallIcouldmakeabigdifferencetoatiredmotherI’mnotsuregotthemostoutofit,thiswasspecialforme,asadisabledperson,IoftenreceivehelpandnowIknowhowespeciallygooditfeeltobe.A.noticedB.askedC.helpedD.thanked.A.basketsB.casesC.bagsD.bottles.A.advisedB.thoughtC.hopedD.wondered.A.SinceB.AlthoughC.WhileD.If.A.vehiclesB.distancesC.directionsD.purchases.A.shopB.busstopC.parkinglotD.hotel.A.commentedB.promisedC.regrettedD.responded.A.drinkB.tryC.rideD.break.A.shockedB.surprisedC.excitedD.mixed.A.trafficB.streetsC.signalsD.stops.A.alongB.offC.onD.in.A.urgedB.comfortedC.stoppedD.stressed.A.withB.byC.forD.to.A.moneyB.plansC.timeD.duty.A.workB.tripC.businessD.task.A.attentionB.ideaC.anxietyD.effort.A.whereB.whoC.whetherD.when.A.BythewayB.InotherwordsC.AfteraD.Generallyspeaking.A.howeverB.soC.orD.because.A.usefulB.thankfulC.specialD.healthy第三部分:阅读理解(共两节分)第一节(共小题每小题分共分)阅读下列短文从每题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中选出最佳选项并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。AItwasaSundaymorning,andIwasinaterriblemoodTwoofmyfriendshadgonetothemoviesthenightbeforeandhadn’tinvitedme.Iwasinmyroomthinkingofwaystomakethemsorrywhenmyfathercamein“WanttogoforaridetodayBeckIt’sabeautifulday”“No!Leavemealone!”ThosewerethelastwordsIsaidtohimthatmorning.Myfriendscalledandinvitedmetogotothemallwiththemafewhourslater.IforgottobemadatthemandwentIcamehometofindanoteonthetableMymotherputitwhereIwouldbesuretoseeit“DadhashadanaccidentPleasemeetusatHighlandParkHospital”.WhenIreachedthehospitalmymothercameoutandtoldmemyfather’sinjurieswereextensive“YourlathertoldthedrivertoleavehimaloneandjustcallthankGod!IfhehadmovedDaddythere’snotellingwhatmighthavehappened.Abrokenrib(肋骨)mighthavepierced(穿透)alung…”MymothermayhavesaidmorebutIdidn’thear.Ididn’thearanythingexceptthoseterriblewords:Leavemealone.Mydadsaidthemtosavehimselffrombeinghurtmore.HowmuchhadIhurthimwhenIhurledthosewordsathimearlierinthedayItwasseveraldayslaterthathewasfinallyabletohaveaconversation.Iheldhishandgently,afraidofhurtinghim.“Daddy…Iamsosorry…”“It’sokaysweetheart.I'llbeokay.”“No”Isaid“ImeanaboutwhatIsaidtoyouthatday.Youknow,thatmorning”Myfathercouldnomoretellaliethanhecouldfly.Helookedatmeandsaid.“Sweetheart,Idon’trememberanythingaboutthatdaynotbeforeduringoraftertheaccident.Irememberkissingyougoodnightthenightbeforethough.”Hemanagedaweaksmile.MyEnglishteacheroncetoldmethatwordshaveimmeasurablepower.Theycanhurtortheycanheal.AndweallhavethepowertochooseourwordsIintendtodothatverycarefullyfromnowon.TheauthorwasinbadmoodthatmorningbecauseA.hisfatherhadaterribleaccidentB.hecouldn’tdrivetothemallwithhisfriendsC.hisfriendshadn’tinvitedhimtothecinemaD.hisfatherdidn’tallowhimtogooutwithhisfriends.WhydidtheauthorsaysorrytohisfatherinthehospitalA.Becausehedidn’tgoalongwithhisfather.B.Becausehewasrudetohisfatherthatmorning.C.Becausehefailedtocomeearlieraftertheaccident.D.Becausehecouldn’tlookafterhisfatherinthehospital.Thereasonwhytheauthor’sfathersaidheforgoteverythingaboutthatdayisthatA.hehadapoormemoryB.hedidn’twantedtocomforthissonC.hejustwantedtocomforthissonD.helosthismemoryaftertheaccident.WhatlessondidBecklearnfromthematterA.Don’ttreatyourparentsbadly.B.Don’thurtotherswithrudewords.C.Don’tmovetheinjuredinanaccident.D.Don’tbeangrywithfriendsatsmallthingsBTheHarvardStudentledWalkingTourLetastudentshowyouHarvard…onafreewalkingtourWewelcomeourneighborstostopbytheHarvardUniversityEventsInformationCenter,locatedintheHolyokeCenterArcadeatMassachusettsAvenueintheheartofHarvardSquareinCambridgeLetastudenttakeyouandyourfamilyschoolororganizationonanengaginghourlonghistoricaltouroftheHarvardcampus.ThetoursleavefromtheEventsInformationCenterNotonlywillyoudiscoverthelocationoffascinatingexhibitionsandprogrammesoncampusyouwillalsoseeHarvard’srichsamplingofAmericanhistoryandarchitecturefromtheColonialperiodtothepresentScheduleofToursToursleavetheEvents&InformationCenteratamandpmMondaythroughFriday,andatpmonSaturdaythroughtheacademicyear(FebruarythroughMaySeptemberthroughDecember)Summertours(JunethroughAugust)areofferedatam:ampmand:pmMondaythroughSaturday.ReservationsforspecialtoursoformorepeoplemaybemadebycallingtheEventsInformationCenterat()oremailingicentercamailHarvardeduToursarestoppedMarchthroughAprilforSpringbreakMaythroughJuneforSpringintercession(祷告),andAugustthroughSeptemberforSummerintercession.NOTE:Prospective(未来的)studentsmaytaketoursoriginatingattheHarvardAdmissionsOfficelocatedatByerlyHallonGardenStreetinCambridge.TheAdmissionsstaffwillconductinformationsessions.Formoreinformationpleasecallat()HarvardUniversityEventsInformationCenterLocation:HolyokeCenterArcadeMassachusettsAvenueCambridgeMAPhone:().IfyouwanttojoininatouryoucangoonA.MayB.JuneC.August.D.September.HowcanyoubookspecialtoursofpeopleA.Bycallingat()B.Bycallingat()C.ByvisitingtheHarvardAdmissionsOffice.D.BycallingtheEventsInformationCenteranytime.AstudentwhowantsaninformationsessionmayformoreinformationA.call().B.call()C.emailicentercamailHarvardeduD.gototheEventsInformationCenter.TheaboveadsismainlyintendedforA.foreignvisitorsB.highschoolstudentsC.newstudentsintheuniversityD.thoselivingnearHarvardUniversityCIfyou’reamaleandyou’rereadingthis,congratulations!You’reasurvivorAccordingtostatisticsyou’remorethantwiceaslikelytodieofskincancerthanawomanandninetimesmorelikelytodieofAIDSAssumingyoumakeittotheendofyournaturaltermaboutyearsformeninAustraliayou’lldieonaveragefiveyearsbeforeawomanThere'remanyreasonsforthistypicallymentakemorerisksthanwomenandaremorelikelytodrinkandsmokebutperhapsmoreimportantly,mendon’tgotothedoctor“Menaren'tseeingdoctorsasoftenastheyshould”saysDrGullotta“Thisisparticularlysofortheovers,whendiseasestendtostrikeAccordingtoarecentsurvey,%ofwomenagedbetweenandearlysseeadoctoronceayear,comparedto%ofmeninthesameagegroup“Alotofmenthinkthey’reunbeatable”Gullottasays.“Theyonlycomeinwhenafrienddropsdeadonthegolfcourseandtheythink,Geez,ifitcouldhappentohim…”Thenthere’stheostrich(鸵鸟)approach.“Somemenarescaredofwhatmightbethereandwouldrathernotknow,”saysDrRossCartmill“Mostmengettheircarsservicedmoreregularlythantheyservicetheirbodies,”CartmillsaysHebelievesmostdiseasesthatcommonlyaffectmencouldbeaddressedbypreventivecheckups“Preventionischeaperinthelongrunthanhavingtotreatthediseases.Besides,thefinalcostisfargreaterit’scalledprematuredeath”.WhydoestheauthorcongratulatemalereadersatthebeginningofthepassageA.Theycanlivelongerthantheyexpected.B.TheyaresuretoenjoyalongerandhappierlifeC.TheyhavelivedlongenoughtoreadthisarticleD.Theyaremorelikelytosurviveseriousdiseasesnow..Whichoftheauthor’sstatementsisthemostimportantreasonthatmendiefiveyearsearlieronaveragethanwomenaccordingtothepassageA.MendrinkandsmokemuchmorethanwomenB.Mendon’tseekmedicalcareasoftenaswomenC.MenaremorelikelytosufferfromdeadlydiseasesD.Menaren’tascautiousaswomeninfaceofdanger.Whichofthefollowingbestcompletestheunderlinedsentence“Geez,ifitcouldhappentohim…”(inPara)A.itcouldhappentometooB.itwouldbeabigmisfortuneC.IshouldavoidplayinggolfD.Ishouldconsidermyselflucky.WhatdoesDr.RossCartmillmeanby“theostrichapproach”(inPara)A.Acasualattitudetowardsone’shealthconditionsB.Anewtreatmentforcertainpsychologicalproblems.C.RefusaltogetmedicaltreatmentforfearofthepaininvolvedD.Unwillingnesstofindoutaboutone’sdiseasebecauseoffearDIfyouareafraidofthedarkit’snotabigdeal.It’sperfectlynormaltofeelafraidAfterallanimalsdotoo“Fearmatters”saysKarenWarkentinanecologist.“It’sagoodthing”sheadds,“becausefearmakesyoudothingsthatkeepyoualive”Likekidsmanyanimalsexperiencefearandtheyrespondtothefeelinginvarietyofways.Afrightenedturtlepullsitsheadandlegsinsideitsshell.Asmallfishwillswimawaywhenabighungryfishapproaches.Someanimalsrespondtofearinwaysyoumightnotexpect.ThefirstexampleisthatthefearofbeingeatencanscaresomefrogsrightoutoftheireggsWarkentinmadethesurprisingdiscoverywhilestudyingredeyedtreefrogsinCostaRicaInthisspeciesfemalefrogsattachjellylikeclumps(果冻一样的块状物)oftheireggstotheundersidesofleaves.Theleaveshangonbranchesthatdangle(悬挂)overponds.Aftertheyhatchfromtheeggsthetadpoles(蝌蚪)thenfallintothewaterwheretheyeventuallygrowintoadultfrogsTreefrogeggsusuallygrowfordaysbeforehatching.IftheysensethatahungrysnakeisabouttoattackhowevertheycanhatchuptodaysaheadofscheduleAsthesnakesareunabletoswimbyfallingintothewaterearlythetadpolescanescapeIfhatchingearlyhelpsprotectredeyedtreefrogsfromsnakesyoumightwonderwhytheireggsdon’talwayshatchsooner.Itturnsoutthathatchingearlybringsitsowndanger.Oncetadpoleslandinthewaterhungryfishandotheranimalsliketoeatthemtoo.Stayingintheireggsforafulldaysthenallowsfrogembryos(胚胎)togrowbigandstrong.Thisextragrowthimprovestheirchancesofsurvivinginthewater..ItcanbeinferredfromthepassagethatfearsA.helpanimalsgrowbiggerandstrongerB.arelesscommonamongyounganimalsC.helpanimalsmovealottofittheenvironmentD.aremoreorlessimportantinorderforanimalstosurvive.WearetoldinthepassagethattreefrogsA.facedangerbothinsidetheireggsandinthewaterB.willgrowfastiftheyfallintothewaterlaterC.aresurprisinglycleverwheninsidetheireggsD.stayintheireggslongeriftheyarefrightened.WhatdoyouthinkwouldbediscussedinthefollowingparagraphA.Furtherexplanationsastowhytreefrogshatchaheadofschedule.B.Howtheunbornfrogsknowwhenasnakeisabouttoattackthem.C.Anotherexampleofanimalsthatrespondstofearinanunexpectedway.D.Howtreefrogsimprovetheirchancesofsurvivalbeforefallingintothewater第二节(共小题每小题分共分)根据短文内容从短文后的选项中选出能填人空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。ThewordaddictionusuallymakesyouthinkofalcoholordrugsSomepeoplearecompulsive(难以自制的)shoppersOthersfinditimpossibletopullthemselvesawayfromtheirworkStillothersspendcountlesshourswatchingTVorplayingcomputergames.Manypeopleenjoygoingtomallsorstoresmoreandmoreeverydaybutit’smorethanacommonhobbyforsomeofthem.TheyhaveturnedintoshopaholicsTheyarepeoplewhosimplyenjoyshoppingandwalkingaroundspendingmoneywithoutbeingabletostopdoingit.Theyarehookedonshoppingandusuallybuythingsthattheydon’tneed.Eventhoughtheydon’thaveenoughmoneytheybuyeverythingtheywant.ThequestioniswhydotheyhavethisaddictionThereisn’taspecificanswer.Somepeoplegoshoppingwhentheyaresadworriedupsetorlonelyandtheywanttofeelbetter.Theyusethisactivityasawaytoforgettheirproblems.Shopaholicssaythattheyfeelmoreimportantandbetteraftertheybuysomething.Shopaholismseemstobeaharmlessaddictionbutitcanbringoutproblems.Someofthemcanbepsychological.Ifthisisthecasepeopleaddictedtoshoppingshouldgotoasupportgrouptohelpthembreakthishabit.Howevertheprocesslikeformostaddictionsislongandtheysufferalot.Theyjustthinkaboutsatisfyingtheirfeelingssotheyspendmoneytheydon’thaveA.Onceyouareaddictedtoalcoholordrugsitisdifficulttogetridof.B.Overtheyearsshoppinghasbecomeaverycommonactivity.C.Theyalsotendtohavethisaddictionwhentheyfeelguilty.D.Howeverinmoderndaysocietyweareseeingsomenewkindsofaddictions.E.Peopleaddictedtocomputergamesconsiderthegamesasgreatwaystoamusethemselves.F.Theygetdeepindebtandtheycanevengobankrupt(破产)andgetsenttoprison.G.Itcanalsocausefinancialproblems.第四部分:书面表达(共两节分)第一节情景作文(分)请根据下列内容在你校英语校刊上发表一篇稿件。、目前中国西南部发生严重干旱。、学生会将于月日中午:在餐厅门口举行用自己的零花钱为受灾地区孩子买水的活动。、希望全校同学从我做起节约水资源。参考词汇:干旱drought注意:词数不少于。第二节开放作文(分)请根据下面提示写一篇短文。词数不少于。InyourspokenEnglishclass,yourteachershowsyouthefollowingpictureYouareaskedtodescribethepictureandexplainhowyouunderstandit参考答案第一部分:听力理解(共三节分)第一节(共小题每小题分共分).C.A.B.A.C第二节(共小题每小题分共分).B.A.B.C.B.B.A.A.C.C第三节(共小题每小题分共分)每小题分。如出现拼写错误不计分出现大小写、单复数错误扣分如每小题超过一个词不计分。.Dickenson.cash.:.UA.

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