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16年高三小练习七

一.选择题

1. Technology has _____ that much the way we live and work.  (D)

  A. transmitted      B. translated      C. transported      D. transformed  

2. I am certain that the operation to ______ the patient’s sight will be a success.  (B)

  A. repair          B. restore        C. repeat        C. recycle

3. –Mary, it’s time for me to leave now. I hate to say good-bye to you.  (D)

 --_____! I’ll be missing you, Rose.

  A. Never mind     B. With pleasure    C. Nothing serious    D. All the best

4. Life is not a matter of _____ the days. It’s making the days count.  (A)

  A. counting       B. marking        C. numbering       D. adding

5. –Where does Jack work?

  --I’m not sure, But he _____ at Motorola when I last met him, _____.  (B)

  A. works, however  B. worked, anyhow  C. worked, though  D. works, yet

6. What a pity it is that Bob _____ the habit of smoking at such an early age!  (C)

  A. developed into  B. switched into  C. fell into  D. formed into

7. When people talk about the famous attractions in Hangzhou, the first _____ comes into their minds is the West Lake.  (A)

  A. that         B. one       C. what       D. which

8.This method must be very effective, for I have seen it _____ jobs by many different people.

  A. appealed to   B. subscribed to   C. applied to    D. contributed to

9. –I really don’t know what I ____ yesterday without the bike you lent me.   (D)

  --Glad to have been some help to you.

  A. could do     B. should have done   C. had done   D. could have done

10. As is recorded in history, silkworms were first raised by a woman in ______ is today Hangzhou.  (C)

  A. where       B. that          C. what      D. which

11. My family makes it a rule to _____ a little money in case of some special use. (B)

  A. save up      B. set aside      C. give away     D. make for

12. –Why do you look so worried?   (C)

  --My computer broke down and my essay _____ since.

  A. was left to be finished         B. has left finished

  C. has been left unfinished        D. had been left unfinished

13. –What’s your suggestion for the coming weekend?   (D)

  --Let’s go for a _____ in the Caribbean.

  A. travel    B. outing     C. hike    D. cruise

14. The doctor suggested the patient be kept at the hospital for _______.  (C)

  A. reservation    B. revolution    C. observation    D. rotation

15. We should take more money on our trip to ______ extra expenses. (B 留出;考虑)

  A. make for      B. allow for      C. wait for     D. take for

16. It is said that the director ______ his Oscar to his parents.  (C)

  A. devoted      B. contributed    C. dedicated    D. committed

17. It is horrible that a dog was _____ by a car in front of his house.  (B)

  A. come over    B. run over     C. passed over    D. stamped over

18.—Why does the boy look so thin?   (C)

  --- He would gain weight, but he _____ much.

  A. would eat     B. didn’t eat    C. doesn’t eat     D. hasn’t eaten

19. They tried to restrict access to ______ they believed to be dangerous areas.  (B)

  A. which      B. what       C. that        D. where 

20. You can arrive in shanghai earlier for the conference _____ you don’t mind taking the night train.   (A)

  A. provided     B. unless     C. though      D. until    

二.阅读下列短文:从每题所给的 ABCD 四个选项中,选出最佳选项。

A

When I was 12, all I wanted was a signet (图章) ring. They were the "in" thing and it seemed every girl except me had one. On my 13th birthday, my Mum gave me a signet ring with my initials(姓名首字母) carved into it. I was in heaven.

What made it even more special was that it was about the only thing that wasn't being "replaced". We'd been burnt out in fires that swept through our area earlier that year and had lost everything—so most of the " new" stuff (东西) we got was really just to replace what we'd lost. But not my ring. My ring was new.

Then, only one month later, I lost it. I took it off before bed and it was missing in the morning. I was sad and searched everywhere for it. But it seemed to have disappeared. Eventually, I gave up and stopped looking for it. And two years later, we sold the house and moved away.

Years passed, and a couple of moves later, I was visiting my parents' when Mum told me that she had something for me. It wasn't my birthday, nor was it Easter or Christmas or any other gift-giving occasion. Mum noticed my questioning look. “You’ll recognize this one,” she said, smiling.

Then she handed me a small ring box. I took it from her and opened it to find my beautiful signet ring inside.

The family who had bought our house 13 years earlier had recently decided to do some redecorations, which included replacing the carpets. When they pulled the carpet up in my old bedroom, they found the ring. As it had my initials carved into it, they realized who owned the ring. They'd had it professionally cleaned up by a jeweler before sending it to my mother.

And it still fits me.

1.         The underlined word "in" in the first paragraph probably means “________”.

A. fashionable                B. available                  C. practical                 D. renewable

2.         When she got the ring back, the writer was about ________.

A. 13 years old  B. 15 years old  C. 26 years old  D. 28 years old

3.         Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage?

A. The writer's family moved several times.

B. The writer never stopped looking for her ring.

C. The writer's ring was cleaned up by the new house owner.

D. The writer lost her ring in the morning when she took it off.

4.         What would be the best title for the passage?

A. My New Ring       B. Lost and Found      C. Lost and Replaced     D. An Expensive Ring

1. A 2. D3. A4. B 

1.A。词义猜测题。从文中第一段的第二句...it seemed every girl except me had one.可知,除了作者外,其他女孩都有一枚戒指,所以答案为A项。

2.D。数字推断题。根据第一段中的On my 13th birthdaymy Mum gave me a signet ring...,第三段最后一句And two years laterwe sold the house and moved away.和第六段第一句The family who had bought our house 13 years earlier...可知作者13岁得到戒指,过了两年她家卖了房子,房子卖了13年后,作者再次得到戒指,故D项符合。

3.A。信息推断题。文中第四段中的Years passedand a couple of moves later...,可知作者搬了几次家。其他选项均不符合原文。

4.B。标题归纳题。本文主要讲述了作者13岁生日时,作者的妈妈送给她一枚戒指。但是,不幸的是,戒指丢了,过了15年竟然意外的被别人找到,所以B项正确。

B

Before the Nobel Prize in literature was awarded to John Steinbeck in 1962, Only five

Americans had been previously thus honored, the most recent being Ernest Hemingway in 1954 and William Faulkner in 1949. Steinbeck had been considered on those occasions and also in 1945. As the honor is by far the greatest any writer can receive, Steinbeck was elated(高兴的).

The feeling of elation was tempered(加强)slightly, however, by the observation(言论)expressed by Steinbeck in 1956, that recipients of the Nobel prize seldom write anything of value afterward.

He cited Hemingway and Faulkner as examples, minimizing the point that by the time of their selection most writers had already written their best work. At the age of sixty, when he received the award himself, Steinbeck wrote to a friend that he would not have accepted the award had he not believed that he would continue to write well. Like his contemporaries, and others as well, however, he did not.

    There was no expectation or need that the writer do so, for Steinbeck had long since made his mark in modem American literature.

1. According to the passage, how many Americans had received the Nobel Prize before 1949?

    A. Three.          B. Four.           C. Five.       D. Six.

2. In what year was Steinbeck sixty years old?

    A. 1949.           B. 1954.           C. 1956.       D. 1962.

3. According to the passage, Steinbeck observed that authors who receive the Nobel Prize for

literature ______.

    A. had already finished writing popular works

    B. should follow the examples of Hemingway and Faulkner

    C. rarely write significant works afterwards

    D. are among the greatest contemporary writers

 4. In the last paragraph the phrase“do so”refers to ______.

    A. feel elated at receiving the Nobel Prize

    B. accept the Nobel Prize if nominated

    C. write well after receiving the Nobel Prize earlier

    D. honor Nobel Prize winners of the past

1—4.ADCC1.计算题,答案为A2. “At the age of sixty, when he received the award himself”暗示答案。3.文章两处流露了Steinbeck的这观点。4.人们没必要期望获奖者那样做。

C

Big transportation has brought changes to the social and economic structure of the American cities in three ways. It sped physical expansion, it sorted out people and land uses, and it accelerated the inherent instability of urban life. By opening vast areas of unoccupied land for residential expansion, the omnibuses, commuter trains, and electric trolleys pulled settled regions outward two to four times more distant form city centers than they were in the premodern era. In 1850, for example, the borders of Boston lay scarcely two miles from the old business district; by the turn of the century the radius extended ten miles. Now those who could live far removed from the old city center and still commute there for work, shopping, and entertainment. The new accessibility of land around the edge of almost every major city sparked an explosion of real estate development and fueled what we now know as urban sprawl. Between 1890 and 1920, for example, some 250000 new residential lots were recorded within the borders of Chicago, most of them located in outlying areas. Over the same period, another 550000 were plotted outside the city limits but within the metropolitan area. Anxious to take advantage of the possibilities of commuting, real estate developers added 800000 potential building sites to the Chicago region in just thirty years.

    Of course, many were never occupied; there was always a huge surplus of subdivided, but vacant, land around Chicago and other cities. These excesses cause a feature of residential expansion related to the growth of mass transportation: urban spread was essentially unplanned. It was carried out by thousands of small investors who paid little heed to coordinated land use or to future land users. Those who purchased and prepared land for residential purposes, particularly land near or outside city borders where transit lines and middle-class inhabitants were anticipated, did so to create demand as much as to respond to it. Chicago is a prime example of this process. Real estate subdivision there proceeded much faster than population growth.

1. With which of the following subjects is the passage mainly concerned?

A. Types of mass transportation.    B. Instability of urban life.

C. How supply and demand determine land use.

  D. The effect of mass transportation on urban expansion.

2. Why does the writer mention both Boston and Chicago?

A. To demonstrate positive and negative effects of growth.

B. To exemplify cities with and without mass transportation.

C. To show mass transportation changed many cities.

D. To contrast their rate of growth.

3. According to the passage, what was one disadvantage of residential expansion?

A. It was expensive.     B. It happened too slowly.

C. It was unplanned.     D. It created a demand for public transportation.

4. The writer mentions Chicago in the second paragraph as an example of a city ______.

A. that is large          B. that is used as a model for land development

C. with an excellent mass transportation system

D. where the development of land exceeded population growth

1—4DCCD

1. 文章开头就提出这一点公共交通运输从三个根本方面改变了美国城市的社会和经济结构。” 2. 说明公共交通改变了许多城市。3. AB文中没有提到,D和问题矛盾。4. 土地开发超过人口增长速度, 芝加哥是典型例子。

三.写作   阅读下面的短文,然后按照要求写一篇150词左右的英语短文。

The National Outline (纲要) for Educational Reform and Development is bringing change to China’s annual College Entrance Examination.

Currently, a student’s score on the College Entrance Examination is the only factor determining his or her future. Universities set minimum scores in screening (筛选) prospective students, and only those whose scores are higher than the minimum are admitted. The outline suggests that universities choose students based on not only the results of the entrance exam, but also other criteria. For example, if a student’s score is lower than his peers’, but he shows great potential in the subject he’s applying for, then the college might consider admitting him despite the lower general score.

The outline also proposes that some subjects, as a pilot project (试点项目), carry out multiple exams each year. This means that if a student fails an exam, he may have other chances at the exam in the coming semester. And to improve the system for higher education, China will gradually classify exams according to different kinds of education. The outline states that entrance exams for colleges and universities should be organized by the Ministry of Education, while exams for vocational schools (职业学校) should be organized by provincial educational departments.

【写作内容】

1. 请用约30个词概括阅读材料的主要内容;

2. 然后以约120个词就高考模式改革谈谈你的看法,包括以下要点:

(1) 你看到这篇新闻报道的感受;

(2) 你最认同文章中提到的哪一种措施;

(3) 你对现行高考模式的看法。

参考答案:

The report tells the upcoming reform of the College Entrance Examination, including new ways to improve the examination and enrollment system and separate exams for some subjects according to different kinds of education.

Having read the news, I am filled with great joy. The measures to be taken will better the prevailing system, the most widely acknowledged system of choosing talents. Apart from the scores, other standards will be established so that colleges and universities will focus on students’ individuality and overall qualities.

Among these proposals, I prefer the one that multiple exams each year should be carried out for some subjects. As we all know, once a student performs badly in the College Entrance Examination for some reasons, he may lose the chance to continue his study at college. Therefore, multiple tests makes up for this.

As far as I’m concerned, on the one hand, we can’t deny the role the present system plays. For example, many people couldn’t have changed their fate but for it. On the other hand, caring the score too much brings about many people with high scores and low abilities. So some proper reform is needed.   

            16年高三小练习七ss

二.选择题

1. Technology has _____ that much the way we live and work. 

  A. transmitted      B. translated      C. transported      D. transformed  

2. I am certain that the operation to ______ the patient’s sight will be a success. 

  A. repair          B. restore        C. repeat        C. recycle

3. –Mary, it’s time for me to leave now. I hate to say good-bye to you. 

 --_____! I’ll be missing you, Rose.

  A. Never mind     B. With pleasure    C. Nothing serious    D. All the best

4. Life is not a matter of _____ the days. It’s making the days count. 

  A. counting       B. marking        C. numbering       D. adding

5. –Where does Jack work?

  --I’m not sure, But he _____ at Motorola when I last met him, _____. 

  A. works, however  B. worked, anyhow  C. worked, though  D. works, yet

6. What a pity it is that Bob _____ the habit of smoking at such an early age! 

  A. developed into  B. switched into  C. fell into  D. formed into

7. When people talk about the famous attractions in Hangzhou, the first _____ comes into their minds is the West Lake. 

  A. that         B. one       C. what       D. which

8.This method must be very effective, for I have seen it _____ jobs by many different people.

  A. appealed to   B. subscribed to   C. applied to    D. contributed to

9. –I really don’t know what I ____ yesterday without the bike you lent me.  

  --Glad to have been some help to you.

  A. could do     B. should have done   C. had done   D. could have done

10. As is recorded in history, silkworms were first raised by a woman in ______ is today Hangzhou. 

  A. where       B. that          C. what      D. which

11. My family makes it a rule to _____ a little money in case of some special use.

  A. save up      B. set aside      C. give away     D. make for

12. –Why do you look so worried?  

  --My computer broke down and my essay _____ since.

  A. was left to be finished         B. has left finished

  C. has been left unfinished        D. had been left unfinished

13. –What’s your suggestion for the coming weekend?  

  --Let’s go for a _____ in the Caribbean.

  A. travel    B. outing     C. hike    D. cruise

14. The doctor suggested the patient be kept at the hospital for _______. 

  A. reservation    B. revolution    C. observation    D. rotation

15. We should take more money on our trip to ______ extra expenses.

  A. make for      B. allow for      C. wait for     D. take for

16. It is said that the director ______ his Oscar to his parents. 

  A. devoted      B. contributed    C. dedicated    D. committed

17. It is horrible that a dog was _____ by a car in front of his house. 

  A. come over    B. run over     C. passed over    D. stamped over

18.—Why does the boy look so thin?  

  --- He would gain weight, but he _____ much.

  A. would eat     B. didn’t eat    C. doesn’t eat     D. hasn’t eaten

19. They tried to restrict access to ______ they believed to be dangerous areas. 

  A. which      B. what       C. that        D. where 

20. You can arrive in shanghai earlier for the conference _____ you don’t mind taking the night train.  

  A. provided     B. unless     C. though      D. until   

二.阅读下列短文:从每题所给的 ABCD 四个选项中,选出最佳选项。

A

When I was 12, all I wanted was a signet (图章) ring. They were the "in" thing and it seemed every girl except me had one. On my 13th birthday, my Mum gave me a signet ring with my initials(姓名首字母) carved into it. I was in heaven.

What made it even more special was that it was about the only thing that wasn't being "replaced". We'd been burnt out in fires that swept through our area earlier that year and had lost everything—so most of the " new" stuff (东西) we got was really just to replace what we'd lost. But not my ring. My ring was new.

Then, only one month later, I lost it. I took it off before bed and it was missing in the morning. I was sad and searched everywhere for it. But it seemed to have disappeared. Eventually, I gave up and stopped looking for it. And two years later, we sold the house and moved away.

Years passed, and a couple of moves later, I was visiting my parents' when Mum told me that she had something for me. It wasn't my birthday, nor was it Easter or Christmas or any other gift-giving occasion. Mum noticed my questioning look. “You’ll recognize this one,” she said, smiling.

Then she handed me a small ring box. I took it from her and opened it to find my beautiful signet ring inside.

The family who had bought our house 13 years earlier had recently decided to do some redecorations, which included replacing the carpets. When they pulled the carpet up in my old bedroom, they found the ring. As it had my initials carved into it, they realized who owned the ring. They'd had it professionally cleaned up by a jeweler before sending it to my mother.

And it still fits me.

5.         The underlined word "in" in the first paragraph probably means “________”.

A. fashionable                B. available                  C. practical                 D. renewable

6.         When she got the ring back, the writer was about ________.

A. 13 years old  B. 15 years old  C. 26 years old  D. 28 years old

7.         Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage?

A. The writer's family moved several times.

B. The writer never stopped looking for her ring.

C. The writer's ring was cleaned up by the new house owner.

D. The writer lost her ring in the morning when she took it off.

8.         What would be the best title for the passage?

A. My New Ring       B. Lost and Found      C. Lost and Replaced     D. An Expensive Ring

B

Before the Nobel Prize in literature was awarded to John Steinbeck in 1962, Only five

Americans had been previously thus honored, the most recent being Ernest Hemingway in 1954 and William Faulkner in 1949. Steinbeck had been considered on those occasions and also in 1945. As the honor is by far the greatest any writer can receive, Steinbeck was elated(高兴的).

The feeling of elation was tempered(加强)slightly, however, by the observation(言论)expressed by Steinbeck in 1956, that recipients of the Nobel prize seldom write anything of value afterward.

He cited Hemingway and Faulkner as examples, minimizing the point that by the time of their selection most writers had already written their best work. At the age of sixty, when he received the award himself, Steinbeck wrote to a friend that he would not have accepted the award had he not believed that he would continue to write well. Like his contemporaries, and others as well, however, he did not.

    There was no expectation or need that the writer do so, for Steinbeck had long since made his mark in modem American literature.

1. According to the passage, how many Americans had received the Nobel Prize before 1949?

    A. Three.          B. Four.           C. Five.       D. Six.

2. In what year was Steinbeck sixty years old?

    A. 1949.           B. 1954.           C. 1956.       D. 1962.

3. According to the passage, Steinbeck observed that authors who receive the Nobel Prize for

literature ______.

    A. had already finished writing popular works

    B. should follow the examples of Hemingway and Faulkner

    C. rarely write significant works afterwards

    D. are among the greatest contemporary writers

 4. In the last paragraph the phrase“do so”refers to ______.

    A. feel elated at receiving the Nobel Prize

    B. accept the Nobel Prize if nominated

    C. write well after receiving the Nobel Prize earlier

    D. honor Nobel Prize winners of the past

C

Big transportation has brought changes to the social and economic structure of the American cities in three ways. It sped physical expansion, it sorted out people and land uses, and it accelerated the inherent instability of urban life. By opening vast areas of unoccupied land for residential expansion, the omnibuses, commuter trains, and electric trolleys pulled settled regions outward two to four times more distant form city centers than they were in the premodern era. In 1850, for example, the borders of Boston lay scarcely two miles from the old business district; by the turn of the century the radius extended ten miles. Now those who could live far removed from the old city center and still commute there for work, shopping, and entertainment. The new accessibility of land around the edge of almost every major city sparked an explosion of real estate development and fueled what we now know as urban sprawl. Between 1890 and 1920, for example, some 250000 new residential lots were recorded within the borders of Chicago, most of them located in outlying areas. Over the same period, another 550000 were plotted outside the city limits but within the metropolitan area. Anxious to take advantage of the possibilities of commuting, real estate developers added 800000 potential building sites to the Chicago region in just thirty years.

    Of course, many were never occupied; there was always a huge surplus of subdivided, but vacant, land around Chicago and other cities. These excesses cause a feature of residential expansion related to the growth of mass transportation: urban spread was essentially unplanned. It was carried out by thousands of small investors who paid little heed to coordinated land use or to future land users. Those who purchased and prepared land for residential purposes, particularly land near or outside city borders where transit lines and middle-class inhabitants were anticipated, did so to create demand as much as to respond to it. Chicago is a prime example of this process. Real estate subdivision there proceeded much faster than population growth.

1. With which of the following subjects is the passage mainly concerned?

A. Types of mass transportation.    B. Instability of urban life.

C. How supply and demand determine land use.

  D. The effect of mass transportation on urban expansion.

2. Why does the writer mention both Boston and Chicago?

A. To demonstrate positive and negative effects of growth.

B. To exemplify cities with and without mass transportation.

C. To show mass transportation changed many cities.

D. To contrast their rate of growth.

3. According to the passage, what was one disadvantage of residential expansion?

A. It was expensive.     B. It happened too slowly.

C. It was unplanned.     D. It created a demand for public transportation.

4. The writer mentions Chicago in the second paragraph as an example of a city ______.

A. that is large          B. that is used as a model for land development

C. with an excellent mass transportation system

D. where the development of land exceeded population growth

三.写作   阅读下面的短文,然后按照要求写一篇150词左右的英语短文。

The National Outline (纲要) for Educational Reform and Development is bringing change to China’s annual College Entrance Examination.

Currently, a student’s score on the College Entrance Examination is the only factor determining his or her future. Universities set minimum scores in screening (筛选) prospective students, and only those whose scores are higher than the minimum are admitted. The outline suggests that universities choose students based on not only the results of the entrance exam, but also other criteria. For example, if a student’s score is lower than his peers’, but he shows great potential in the subject he’s applying for, then the college might consider admitting him despite the lower general score.

The outline also proposes that some subjects, as a pilot project (试点项目), carry out multiple exams each year. This means that if a student fails an exam, he may have other chances at the exam in the coming semester. And to improve the system for higher education, China will gradually classify exams according to different kinds of education. The outline states that entrance exams for colleges and universities should be organized by the Ministry of Education, while exams for vocational schools (职业学校) should be organized by provincial educational departments.

【写作内容】

1. 请用约30个词概括阅读材料的主要内容;

2. 然后以约120个词就高考模式改革谈谈你的看法,包括以下要点:

(1) 你看到这篇新闻报道的感受;

(2) 你最认同文章中提到的哪一种措施;

(3) 你对现行高考模式的看法。

                                                                          
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