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首页 【西城二模】北京市西城区2010年抽样测试(英语)

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【西城二模】北京市西城区2010年抽样测试(英语)

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简介:本文档为《【西城二模】北京市西城区2010年抽样测试(英语)doc》,可适用于求职/职场领域

北京高考数学专家http:blogsinacomcngaokaoshuxue霍老师北京市西城区年高三抽样测试英语试题.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:听力理解(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。每段对话后有一道小题从题中所给的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。例:WhatisthemangoingtoreadA.AnewspaperB.AmagazineC.Abook答案A。.WheredidthisconversationmostprobablytakeplaceA.AttheairportB.AtthepostofficeC.Onthetrain.WhydothemanandthewomandecidetotaketheundergroundA.It’sdirectB.It’scheapC.It’sfast.HowmuchdoesthewomanweighnowA.poundsB.poundsC.pounds.WhatisthedisadvantageofProfessorSmith’sclassA.UninterestinglecturesB.DifficulttestquestionsC.Toomanystudents.Forwhatclasshasn’tthemanpreparedA.BiologyB.ChemistryC.English第二节(共小题每小题分共分)听下面段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几道小题从每题所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项。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作答时间。每段对话或独白你将听两遍。听第段材料回答第至第题。.ForwhatreasonisthewomanmakingthephonecallA.ChanginganappointmentB.CancelinganappointmentC.Makinganappointment.WhywillthewomancallnextweekA.BecausesheisawayallweekB.Becauseshehasn’tmadeuphermindyetC.Becauseshehasn’tbroughtherdiarywithher听第段材料回答第至第题。.WhatistheprobablerelationshipbetweenthetwospeakersA.StrangersB.NeighboursC.Friends.WhenshouldtheygetthereA.At:B.At:C.At:听第段材料回答第至第题。.WherewouldthemanprefertoliveA.NeartheuniversityB.NearthetrainstationC.Nowhereinthecity.HowmanyapartmentsisthemaninterestedinA.B.C..WhatshouldthemanpayifhedecidestorentanapartmentA.TherentonlyandnothingelseB.SomemoneyforpossibledamageonlyC.Themoneyfortherentandpossibledamage听第段材料回答第至第题。.WhatisthemostprobableoccupationofthespeakerA.ManagerofacompanyB.ProfessorofauniversityC.Engineerofacompany.WhatisthespeakermostlikelytotalkaboutnextA.TechnologyB.TheconsumermarketabroadC.Targetsforthecomingyear.WhathasbeenincreasedmostA.ProfitsB.ResultsinthemarketC.Thewholesale第三节(共小题每小题分共分)听下面一段对话完成第题至题每小题仅填写一个词或一组数字。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。请将答案写在答题纸上。InformationabouttheskitripNameBobDestinationDateofDeparturethThingshewilltake●skijacket●askihat●asweater●thered●brownglovesDetailsoftheswimmingsuit●MadeinItaly●Color:Blue●Itisworth$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入空白处的最佳选项并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。例:It’ssonicetohearfromheragain,welastmetmorethanthirtyyearsagoA.What’smoreB.That’stosayC.InotherwordsD.Believeitornot答案是D。.Steven’sexamresultsputhimthetoptenstudentsinhisgradeA.amongB.betweenC.inD.at.Balletisamazingyougo,youarelikelytofindyourselfgoingagainandagainA.asB.onceC.unlessD.while.Bothofthesofastheyorderedonlinearrived,butfitthroughthedoorwayA.noneB.norC.neitherD.either.Iftransportcostsintoconsiderationatthebeginning,thefactorywouldhavebeenbuiltfarfromitspresentplaceA.willbetakenB.weretakenC.hadbeentakenD.werebeingtaken.WhatdoyouthinkaboutdressintheshopwindowOh,it’sbeautifulYoumaygiveittoLindaasbirthdaypresentA.aaB.theaC.atheD.thethe.ThegirlsagamecalledBombhappilywhentheteachersuddenlyenteredtheclassroomA.playedB.wereplayingC.areplayingD.hadplayed.WhyareyoustaringatmeYoulookstupid!ThewayyouwearisannoysmostA.whichB.whereC.howD.what.thetwodesigns,andyouwillfindwhatproblemthereiswithyoursA.ComparingB.ComparedC.TocompareD.Compare.IneedtocallmyfriendDavidcoatIwalkedoffbymistakeyesterdayA.inwhoseB.inthatC.withwhichD.withher.Threetimesinarow,theboxerdecidedtogiveupfightingA.HavingdefeatedB.TohavedefeatedC.HavingbeendefeatedD.Tohavebeendefeated.Daniel,youintothingsHowcananyonebesoclumsyA.alwaysknockB.arealwaysknockingC.alwayslookD.arealwayslooking.IdidverywellintheEnglishexamlastweekIdidIgotafullmarkA.nobetterB.notbetterC.noworseD.evenworse.WhencanIgetmycarbackIthinkitsometimelatertodayGivemeacallaroundo’clockA.willbefinishedB.finishesC.willfinishD.willbefinishing.ChinaisknowngreatlyintermsofitsculturalvaluesoverthepastfewyearsA.tochangeB.havingchangedC.changingD.tohavechanged.Marywasonlytooreadytohelpothers,seldom,,refusingthemwhentheyturnedtohimA.ifneverB.ifnotC.ifanyD.ifever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。Nearlytwodecadeshaspassed,Istillremembermyfavouriteprofessor,JamesSehwartzWheneverhesmiles,it’sasifyou’djustbeentoldthefunniestjokeonearthAlmostallhisstudentsarehisfriends,andalmostallhisstudentsknowhislifestoryWhenJameswasateenager,hisfatherhimtoafurfactorywhereheworkedThiswasduringtheGreatDepressionThewastogetJamesajobHeenteredthefactory,andimmediatelyfeltasifthehadclosedinaroundhimTheroomwasdarkandhot,thewindowscoveredwithdust,andthewerepackedtightlytogether,runningliketrainsThefurhairswereflying,athickenedair,andtheworkers,thepiecesoffurtogether,werebentovertheirneedlesthebossmarchedupanddowntherows,searchingforthemtogofasterJamescouldhardlyHestoodnexttohisfather,frozenwithfear,hopingthebosswouldn’tathim,tooDuringlunchbreak,hisfathertookJamestothebossandpushedhiminfrontofhim,iftherewasanyworkforhissonButtherewasbarelyenoughfortheadultlabours,fornoonewouldgiveituponcehetakesajobThus,forJames,itwasaHehatedtheplaceHemadeathathekepttotheendofhislike:hewouldneverdoanyworkthatbroughttosomeoneelse,andhewouldneverallowhimselftomoneyofftheseatofothers“Whatwillyoudo”hismother,Eva,wouldaskhim“Idon’tknow,”hesayHeruledoutlaw,becausehedidn’tlike,andheruledoutmedicine,becausehecouldn’ttaketheofblood“Whatwillyoudo”,mybestprofessorIeverhadbecamehethoughtitwasthejobnottohurtanybody.A.sentB.tookC.carriedD.admitted.A.situationB.conditionC.ideaD.way.A.lightsB.doorsC.chancesD.walls.A.goodsB.workersC.machinesD.vehicles.A.creatingB.sendingC.takingD.disturbing.A.collectingB.pullingC.drawingD.sewing.A.asB.afterC.ifD.though.A.breatheB.seeC.walkD.hear.A.attackB.scoldC.rushD.scream.A.doubtingB.questioningC.askingD.demanding.A.alsoB.stillC.yetD.even.A.timeB.workC.officeD.occupation.A.comfortingB.regrettingC.blessingD.forgiving.A.requestB.promiseC.planD.arrangement.A.harmB.injuryC.damageD.inconvenience.A.payB.saveC.makeD.let.A.shouldB.wouldC.couldD.might.A.policeB.lawyersC.judgesD.government.A.sightB.feelC.senseD.scenery.A.GenerallyB.LuckilyC.EventuallyD.Basically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。ASTUDYCENTERCOURSESFromParagraphtoessayOfparticularrelevancetostudentswhowishtoimprovetheirorganizationalskillsandwhofeelthattheirfinalproductisneverclearenoughThursday::KiranSinghSourceMaterialHowdoyougatherinformationforaprojectorpaperApracticalcoursewhichlooksatsourcesofinformationandhowtousecataloguingsystemsMonday::KiranSinghExpressYourselfAnadvancedcoursesuitableforstudentswhoareabouttostepintoorganizationswheretheymayhavetovoicetheiropinionsoftenMonday::DaveParrinMediaUseOpentoallstudents,thiscoursefocusesonthemanywayswecanbenefitfromtheradioandtelevisionGroupprojectsformpartofcourseTuesday::SteveAnsellTheShortStoryAresearchintotheworldofpopularwritersOnestoryisselectedforadaptationintoashortplayandgroupperformancePrearrangedgroupswelcomeThursday::MrsOwenCaughtforSpeedingOpentoallstudentsSimpleeyeexercisestohelpyouwithspeedreadingHowtobeselectiveonthepageUsingheadings,topicsentencesandparagraphsforeasyaccessWednesday::MrsOwenTenseaboutTensesForthosewhoworryabouttheiruseofwordsalookattensesandotheraspectsofthelanguagethroughpoetryandsongGoodvoicehelpsbutnotamustSaturday::SteveAnsell.IfastudenttakesthecourseTheShortStory,hecan’ttakeA.FromParagraphtoEssayB.TenseaboutTensesC.SourceMaterialD.MediaUse.Whichofthecoursescandevelopthestudents’teamworkA.FromParagraphtoEssayB.TheShortStoryC.CaughtforSpeedingD.ExpressYourself.FromwherecanastudentreadthisA.OntheradioB.OntelevisionC.InalocalnewspaperD.OnaschoolnoticeboardBEddie’sfatherusedtosayhe’dspentsomanyyearsbytheocean,breathingseawaterNow,awayfromthatocean,inthehospitalbed,hisbodybegantolooklikeabeachedfishHisconditionwentfromfairtostableandfromstabletoseriousFriendswentfromsaying,“He’llbehomeinaday,”to“He’llbehomeinaweek”Inhisfather’sabsence,Eddiehelpedoutatthepier(码头),workingeveningsafterhistaxijobWhenEddiewasateenager,ifheevercomplainedorseemedboredwiththepier,hisfatherwouldshout,“WhatThisisn’tgoodenoughforyou”Andlater,whenhe’dsuggestedEddietakeajobthereafterhighschool,Eddiealmostlaughed,andhisfatheragainsaid,“WhatThisisn’tgoodenoughforyou”AndbeforeEddiewenttowar,whenhe’dtalkedofmarryingMargueriteandbecominganengineer,hisfathersaid,“WhatThisisn’tgoodenoughforyou”Andnow,regardlessofallthat,herehewas,atthepier,doinghisfather’slaborParentsrarelyletgooftheirchildren,sochildrenletgoofthemTheymoveonTheymoveawayItisnotuntilmuchlater,astheheartweakens,thatchildrenunderstandtheirstories,andalltheiraccomplishments,sitontopofthestoriesoftheirmothersandfathers,stonesuponstones,beneaththewatersoftheirlivesFinally,onenight,athismother’surging,EddievisitedthehospitalHeenteredtheroomslowlyHisfather,whoforyearshadrefusedtospeaktoEddie,nowlackedthestrengthtoeventry“Don’tsweatit,kid,”theotherworkerstoldhim“YouroldmanwillpullthroughHe’sthetoughestmanwe’veeverseen”Whenthenewscamethathisfatherhaddied,Eddiefelttheemptiestkindofanger,thekindthatcirclesinitscageIntheweeksthatfollowed,Eddie’smotherlivedinaconfusedstateShespoketoherhusbandasifhewerestillthereSheyelledathimtoturndowntheradioShecookedenoughfoodfortwoOnenight,whenEddieofferedtohelpwiththedishes,shesaid“Yourfatherwillputthemaway”Eddieputahandonhershoulder“Ma,”hesaid,softly,“Dad’sgone”“Gonewhere”.InParagraph,thewriterindicatesthatA.ChildrenlikemovingawayfromthemparentsB.ChildrenoftenfeelregretfulbecausetheyleavetheirparentsC.Childrenwouldn’thaveachievedsomuchwithouttheirparents’supportD.Childrencanneverunderstandhowmuchtheirparentshavedevotedtothem.Theunderlinedsentenceprobablymeans“”A.Don’tgiveitupB.Don’tworryaboutitC.Don’tlethimdownD.Don’ttouchit.Whichofthefollowingshowstherightorderofthestorya.Eddie’sfatherdiedb.Eddieworkedasataxidriverc.EddiemarriedMarguerited.Eddiewasboredwithhisfather’sjobA.baedB.deabC.bedaD.deba.Fromthelastpartofthepassage,welearnthatA.Eddie’smotherlikedtolistentotheradioB.EddieoftenhelpedhismotherwashthedishesC.Eddieandhiswifelivedinhismother’sapartmentD.Eddie’smothermissedherhusbandsomuchthatshewasatalossCAreyouaproblemshopperTheansweris“Yes”,ifyouorsomeoneelsethinksthatyousometimesgetcarriedawaywithshoppingInotherwords,doyouordoessomeoneelsethinkyouareoccupiedinextremeshoppingIfpeoplehaveregretslaterabouttheirshopping,orhavean“outofcontrol”feelingaboutthequantitiesofwhattheybuyortheamountofcredittheyuse,theymaybeconsideredtobeproblemshoppersExtremeshoppingcanleadtoamoreseriousproblem–addictiveshoppingAddictiveshoppersfeeldrivenbythedesiretoshopandspendmoneyTheyexperiencegreattensionwhichdrivesthemtoshopandspendmoneyandtheyfeela“rush”duringthetimetheyareoccupiedwiththeshoppingactivityExtremeoraddictiveshoppingmayresultfromlongtimeunpleasantfeelings,ofwhichanxiety,painandshamearecommonones,Whenwefeelbadinside,weoftendosomethingtomakeourselvesfeelbetterInthiscase,weoftengoshoppingAfewpeopleshoptorelievetheirboredomoremptinessForsomepeople,themotivationisadesireforstatus,power,beautyorsuccessSomelovetoshopasitmakesthemfeelvaluedintheeyesoftheshopassistantsOthersshopsimplybecauseitmakesthemforget,atleasttemporarily,tension,fearorunhappinessintheirlifeBesides,shoppingmallsaredesignedtoencouragecontinualshoppingForinstance,therearesomemallswhereyoucan’tseeclocksdisplayingthetimebecausetheydon’twantyoutobecometooawareofthetimeyouspendthereWhat’smore,foodcourts,coffeeshopsandrestroomsareprovided,soyoudon’thavetoleavethemallbecauseofyourphysicalneedsTherefore,onceyoubecomeawareofhowmarketforceswork,youwillcertainlycometocontrolyourshoppingbehaviorForexample,howmuchtimeyouwillspendandwhatareasyouwillvisitcanbedecidedbeforeyouenterthemallKeepawrittenaccountofwhatitemsyouwillbuyandhowmuchmoneyyouwillspendMakeaplanforwhatyouaregoingtobuybeforeyoufeeltheurgetoshopandthensticktoitThatisvitalforgainingselfcontrol.WhichofthefollowingpeoplemaynotbeproblemshoppersA.ThosewhocannotcontroltheamountofcredittheyuseB.ThosewhojustwalkaroundtheshoppingmallsC.ThosewhoareoccupiedintoomuchshoppingD.Thosewhofeelsorryfortheirshopping.Accordingtothepassage,whatmaynotresultinaddictiveshoppingA.TheawarenessofhowmarketforcesworkB.Thedesireforstatus,power,beautyorsuccessC.Boredom,emptiness,tension,fearorunhappinessinpeople’slifeD.Longtimebadfeelingsofanxiety,painandshame.WhatdoestheauthorsuggesttocontrolourshoppingbehaviourA.NevergoingtotheshoppingmallsbecausetherearemanytricksB.ApplyingforacreditcardbeforewegoshoppingC.MakingtheshoppingtimeasshortaspossibleD.Makingashoppinglistbeforewegoshopping.TheauthorwritesthispassagetoA.informtheshoppingmallshowtoattractmoreshoppersB.providesolutionstotheproblemshoppingC.scoldtheproblemshoppersD.tellashoppingstoryDUnusualincidentsarebeingreportedacrosstheArcitcInuit(因纽特人)familiesgoingoffonsnowmobilestopreparetheirsummerhuntingcampshavefoundthemselvescutofffromhomebyaseaofmudTherearealsoreportsofseaicebreakingupearlierthanusual,carryingsealsbeyondthereachofhuntersClimatechangemaystillbearatherabstractideatomostofus,butintheArcticitisalreadyhavinggreateffects–ifsummertimeicecontinuestoshrinkatitspresentrate,theArcticOceancouldsoonbecomealmosticefreeinsummerTheknock–oneffectsarelikelytoincludemorewarming,cloudierskies,andhighersealevelsScientistsareincreasinglyeagertofindoutwhat’sgoingonintheArcticFortheInuittheprobkmismgentTheyliveinunsteadybaiancewithoneofthetoughestenvironmentsonearthClimatechange,whateveritscauses,isadirectdangertotheirwayoflifeNobodyknowstheArcticaswellasthelocals,whichiswhytheyarenotcontentsimplytostandbackandletoutsiderexpertstellthemwhat’shappeningInCanada,wheretheInuitpeoplearetryinghardtoguardtheirhardwonautonomyinthecountry’snewestland,Nunavut,theybelievetheirbesthopeofsurvivalinthischangingenvironmentliesincombiningtheirancestralknowledgewiththebestofmodernscienceThisischallengeinitselfTheCanadianArcticisavast,treelesspolardesertthat’scoveredwithsnowformostoftheyearAdventureintothisareaandyougetsomeideaofthehardshipsfacinganyonewhocallsthishomeFarmingisoutofthequestionandnatureoffersfewpickingsHumansfirstsettledintheArcticamere,yearsago,survivingbytakingadvantageofseafistTheenvironmenttestedthemtothelimits:sometimesthesettlersweresuccessful,sometimestheyfailedanddisappearedButaroundathousandyearsago,onegroupappearedthatwasuniquelywelladaptedtodealwiththeArcticenvironmentTheseThulepeoplemovedinfromAlaska,bringingdogs,irontoolsandthelikeTheyaretheancestorsoftoday’sInuitpeople.WhichofthefollowingisnotlikelytobetheeffectofclimatechangeA.ShorterandshortersummertimeB.IcefreesummeraroundtheArcticC.HighersealevelsD.Moredloudyskies.TheInuitpeoplebelievethesolutiontotheclimatechangeproblemisA.tochangetheirwayoflifeB.tousetheirancestralknowledgeC.tomakethebestofmodemscienceD.tousetheirancestralknowledgeandmodernscience.ItcanbeconcludedfromthelastparagraphthatA.thefirstsettlersintheArcticsurvivedbytakingadvantageofseafishB.it’shardtofarmintheArcticduetotheclimatechangeC.theancestorsofInuitpeoplestoodoutamongthesettlersD.theThulepeoplefromAlaskainventedirontools.WhichofthefollowingisthebesttitleofthispassageA.ClimatechangeandtheInuitB.ClimatechangearoundtheArcticC.GlobalwarmingaroundtheworldD.TheInuitandtheirancestorsaroundtheworld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入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。请将答案写在答题纸上。SELFSTUDYTIPSHoweverdifficultyoufindittoarrangeyourtime,itwillpayoffinthelongrunifyousetasideacertainpartofthedayforstudying-andsticktoitButdon’tforgettomakesurethatyouhaveenoughleftforrecreationalactivitiesorsimplytobe“with”yourself:readinganovelorwatchingatelevisionprogrammeAspartofyourweeklyschedule,itisalsoadvisabletoconsiderexactlywhatyouhavetodointhatweek,andmakesurethatyouhandlethemostsignificanttasksfirst

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