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16届高三小练习八  

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16届高三小练习八

一.选择题(特殊分词短语专练)

1. The limits of a person’s intelligence, ______, are fixed at birth, but whether he reaches these limits will depend on his environment.  (D)

  A. in generally    B. general speaking    C. speaking generally   D. generally speaking

2. _____ from the long queue in front of the cinema’s ticket office, this movie is a great draw. (B)

  A. To judge       B. Judging       C. Being judged       D. Judged

3, There are fifty students in our class, _______ fifteen girls. (A)

  A. including       B. included       C. to include       D. includes

4. ______ everything into consideration, they ought to stay at home.  (B)

  A. Taken         B. Taking         C. Took          D. Take

5. The teacher came in, ______ a group of students. (C)

  A. followed       B. to follow       C. following      D. be following

6. ______ to be the best student, he received scholarship this semester again. (D)

  A. Considering     B. Considers      C. To consider     D. Considered

7. There 40 students in our class, 14 girl students ______. (B)

  A. including       B. included       C. be included     D. include

8. _____ the general state of his health, it may take him a while to recover from the operation. (B)

  A. Giving         B. Given        C. To give         D. Gives

9. _____ the broad presentation, there is much that will make this book essential for students of astronomy. (C)

  A. Owed to        B. To owe       C. Owing to       D. Be owed to

10. ______ the conference, the methods were put into use on a wide scale. (A)

  A. Following       B. Followed      C. To follow      D. Follow

11. They are discussing problems ______ air pollution in cities. (B)

  A. respectable        B. respecting     C. respectful       D. respective

12. ______ he can get another chance, he will surely succeed. (B given that=if)

  A. Now that       B. Given that        C. Since that       D. From that

13. I shall appreciate it if you give me full information ____ this brand, with price, etc. (B)

  A. regardless      B. regarding         C. regards        D. regarded

14. I will go _____ my expenses are paid. (D)

  A. providing      B. provided         C. provided that    D. all the answers

15. ______ the African tribes were to be civilized by us, would they be happier for it? (D)

  A. Supposing     B. Supposing that     C. Supposed that   D. both A and B

16. _____ you are correct, you may find it hard to prove your point. (D)

  A. Admitting that   B. Granted that    C. even though     D. all the answers

17. I’d like to accept this item, ______ the price is reasonable. (A)

  A. seeing that      B. seen that     C. see that     D. saw that

18. _____ time, he will make a first-class tennis player. (B)

  A. Giving        B. Given       C. Gave       D. To give

19. _____ her eyes were moist, he took her hand sympathetically and went with her to the door.(C)

  A. Seen that      B. Saw that      C. Seeing that      D. See that

20. It rained and rained last month, ______ the town to be flooded heavily.  (D)

  A. caused        B. to cause       C. having caused     D. causing

二.阅读

A

There was one shop in the town of Mufulira which was widely known for its racial discrimination. It was a drugstore. While Europeans were served at the counter, a long line of Africans queued at the window and often not only were kept waiting but were treated rudely by the shop assistants. One day I was determined to make a public protest against this kind of thing, and many of the schoolboys in my class followed me to the store,

I simply went into the shop and asked the manager politely for some medicine. As soon as he saw me standing in the place where only European customers were allowed to stand he shouted at me in a bastard language which is only used by a boss when speaking to his servants. I stood at the counter and politely requested in proper English that I should be served. The manager became angry and said, “Even if you stand there till Christmas, I will never serve you.”

I went to the District Commissioner’s office. Fortunately, he was out, for he was one of the old school; however, I saw a young District officer who was a friend of mine. He was very concerned to hear my story and told me that all I had to do was come to him personally and he wou1d buy my medicine for me. I protested that that was not good enough. I asked him to accompany me back to the store and to make a protest to the manager. This he did, and I well remember him saying to the manager“Here is Mr. Kaunda who is a responsible member of the Urban Advisory Council, and you treat him like a common servant.” The manager of the drugstore apologized and said, “If only he had introduced himself and explained who he was, then, of course I should have given him proper service.”

I had to explain once again that he had missed my point. Why should I have to introduce myself every time I went into a store … any more than I should have to buy my medicine by going to a European friend? I want to prove that any man of any color, whatever his position, should have the right to go into any shop and buy what he wanted, After all, the money which I paid across the counter was exactly the same money as was paid by a European customer.

1. The writer was, at the time of the story, _________.  D

A. a European officer    B. an African servant 

C. a drugstore assistant  D. a black school teacher

2. The manager of the drugstore shouted at the writer in dirty words because ___ (C)

A. he could not speak English in a polite way

B. he thought the writer wouldn’t understand English

C. that was the language he used when speaking to Africans

D. that was the only language he could speak when he was angry

3. In paragraph 3, the underlined sentence “he was one of the old school” means   . (A)

A. he stuck to those old racial ideas  B. he graduated from an old white school

C. he was in charge of an old black school

D. he was an old official in the government

4. Why didn’t the writer wait at the window of the drugstore like other Africans?   (B)

A. He believed his white friends would help him out.

B. He wanted to fight for equal rights of all black people.

C. He thought he was educated and should he treated differently.

D. He thought, being an important person. he should not be kept waiting.

B

There are few places on earth where nature can be seen in almost primitive condition. One is the Galapagos Islands, where, largely unspoiled by man, strange and unusual birds, animals and plants settle and grow—many of which are found nowhere else in the world. These islands lie directly on the Equator, about 1, 000 kilometers west of the South American mainland.

  But the Galapagos is now facing a crisis. Its human inhabitants, who live on the island of Santa Cruz, want to develop the business and tourist possibility of the islands. Recently, they have been having a bitter struggle with the naturalists who work at the Charles Darwin Research Center on Santa Cruz. The naturalists want to keep the island’s wildlife alive, which is already suffering as a result of human activities.

  The animals’ greatest danger used to be sailors who, hundreds of years ago, plundered the islands for food. They wiped out about 250000 Giant Tortoises, causing extinction of several species which lived on some of the smaller islands. The last survivor, an 80-yearold Giant Tortoise called Lonely George, lives under the protection of naturalists at the Darwin Center.

5. The best topic for this passage is ________.  (C)

  A. In Primitive Times        B. Giant Tortoises’ Extinction

  C. Great Danger to the Galapagos   D. Development of the Island

6. Which of the following maps shows rightly the position of the Galapagos Islands? (B)

  注:□stands for the South American mainland.

    stands for the Galapagos Islands.

    —stands for the Equator.

7. It can be inferred from the second paragraph that if the business and tourism are developed in the Islands, ________. (B)

  A. there will be a war between the inhabitants and naturalists

  B. a great number of wild animals and plants will die out

  C. a lot of people will come to the Galapagos for food

  D. the inhabitants on the Islands will be well off

8. The writer describes the Giant Tortoise, George, as “lonely” because _______. (A)

  A. it is the last one of its species

  B. it has lived alone for eighty years

  C. the Center doesn’t allow it to go out

D. the naturalists keep it alone in the Center

三.任务型阅读

Maybe you are an average student. You probably think you will never be a top student. This is not necessary so, however. Anyone can become a better student if he or she wants to. Here’s how.

   1) Plan your time carefully. When you plan your week, you should make a list of things that you have to do. After making this list, you should make a schedule of your time. First, your time for eating, sleeping, dressing, etc. Then decide a good, regular time for studying. Don’t forget to set aside enough time for entertainment. A weekly schedule may not solve all your problems, but it will force you to realize what is happening to your time.

   2) Find a good place to study. Look around the house for a good study area. Keep this space, which may be a desk or simply a corner of your room, free of everything but study materials. No games, radios, or television! When you sit down to study, concentrate on the subject.

   3) Make good use of your time in class. Take advantage of class time to listen to everything the teachers say. Really, listening in class means less work later. Taking notes will help you remember what the teacher says.

   4) Study regularly. When you get home from school, go over your notes. Review the important points that your teacher mentioned in class. If you know what your teacher is going to discuss the next day, read that material beforehand. This will help you understand the next class. If you do these things regularly, the material you review and preview will become more meaningful, and you will remember it longer.

   5) Develop a good attitude about tests. The purpose of a test is to show what you have learned about a subject. They help you remember your knowledge. The world won’t end if you don’t pass a test, so don’t be overly worried.

   There are other methods that might help you with your studies. You will probably discover many others after you have tried these.

How to Become A Better Student?

General method

How to

Advantage

 

Plan your time carefully

Make a list

Force you to realize 6. ___________ is happening to your time

Make a 1.____________

Find a good place to study

Free of everything but study

2. _____________

You can 7. ________ on the subject

 

Make good use of your time in class

Listen to everything the teachers say

Really listening in class means 8. __________ work later

Taking 3.___________

 

Study regularly

Go over your notes

Review the important points that your teacher mentioned in class

4. _________ new material in advance

Help you 9. ____________ it better, remember it longer

Develop a good attitude about tests

Don’t be 5. ___________ worried

Help you remember your 10. ________

1. schedule 2. materials 3. notes 4. Preview 5. overly 6. what 7. concentrate/focus 8. less 9. understand   10. knowledge

四.写作

假如有个名叫Mike的外国留学生上周六来南通游玩,并在你家住了两天。请根据下面表格中的内容提示, 介绍你们这两天一起游玩的经历和感受。

 

要点提示

1

两人共同游览南通的名胜,现代化的城市风景和迷人的狼山风景

2

迈克更了解南通和中国文化了,热情好客的南通人也让他印象深刻

3

你用英语给他提建议并进行其它交流,收获自信,更了解美国了

4

Mike 希望尽快再次来南通,你也想到Mike的家乡去游玩

注意:1.用第一人称介绍

2.词数:150词左右

参考答案

Last Saturday, a foreign student named Mike came to visit Nantong and lived in my home for two days.

During the two days, I got around Nantong with him visiting many well-known places, including places of interest, modern city buildings and attractive Langshan Hill and so on. Mike told me he was glad to learn more about the wonderful city and colorful Chinese customs. what’s more, the long-history culture of Nantong and the hospitality of citizens left unforgettable and deep impression on him.

During our trip, I constantly offered him essential advice for visiting and shopping, hoping that he could have great fun in Nantong. Frankly and thankfully, I also learnt a lot from him. All the time I communicated with him in English and I felt my confidence expanded a lot. In addition, I obtained more information about America.

Before his leaving , he said he looked forward to coming back to Nantong again as soon as possible .And now I plan to go to America and visit Mike’s beautiful hometown one day.

 

16届高三小练习八(ss)

一.选择题(特殊分词短语专练)

1. The limits of a person’s intelligence, ______, are fixed at birth, but whether he reaches these limits will depend on his environment. 

  A. in generally    B. general speaking    C. speaking generally   D. generally speaking

2. _____ from the long queue in front of the cinema’s ticket office, this movie is a great draw.

  A. To judge       B. Judging       C. Being judged       D. Judged

3, There are fifty students in our class, _______ fifteen girls.

  A. including       B. included       C. to include       D. includes

4. ______ everything into consideration, they ought to stay at home. 

  A. Taken         B. Taking         C. Took          D. Take

5. The teacher came in, ______ a group of students.

  A. followed       B. to follow       C. following      D. be following

6. ______ to be the best student, he received scholarship this semester again.

  A. Considering     B. Considers      C. To consider     D. Considered

7. There 40 students in our class, 14 girl students ______.

  A. including       B. included       C. be included     D. include

8. _____ the general state of his health, it may take him a while to recover from the operation.

  A. Giving         B. Given        C. To give         D. Gives

9. _____ the broad presentation, there is much that will make this book essential for students of astronomy.

  A. Owed to        B. To owe       C. Owing to       D. Be owed to

10. ______ the conference, the methods were put into use on a wide scale.

  A. Following       B. Followed      C. To follow      D. Follow

11. They are discussing problems ______ air pollution in cities.

  A. respectable        B. respecting     C. respectful       D. respective

12. ______ he can get another chance, he will surely succeed.

  A. Now that       B. Given that        C. Since that       D. From that

13. I shall appreciate it if you give me full information ____ this brand, with price, etc.

  A. regardless      B. regarding         C. regards        D. regarded

14. I will go _____ my expenses are paid.

  A. providing      B. provided         C. provided that    D. all the answers

15. ______ the African tribes were to be civilized by us, would they be happier for it?

  A. Supposing     B. Supposing that     C. Supposed that   D. both A and B

16. _____ you are correct, you may find it hard to prove your point.

  A. Admitting that   B. Granted that    C. even though     D. all the answers

17. I’d like to accept this item, ______ the price is reasonable.

  A. seeing that      B. seen that     C. see that     D. saw that

18. _____ time, he will make a first-class tennis player.

  A. Giving        B. Given       C. Gave       D. To give

19. _____ her eyes were moist, he took her hand sympathetically and went with her to the door.

  A. Seen that      B. Saw that      C. Seeing that      D. See that

20. It rained and rained last month, ______ the town to be flooded heavily. 

  A. caused        B. to cause       C. having caused     D. causing

二.阅读

A

There was one shop in the town of Mufulira which was widely known for its racial discrimination. It was a drugstore. While Europeans were served at the counter, a long line of Africans queued at the window and often not only were kept waiting but were treated rudely by the shop assistants. One day I was determined to make a public protest against this kind of thing, and many of the schoolboys in my class followed me to the store,

I simply went into the shop and asked the manager politely for some medicine. As soon as he saw me standing in the place where only European customers were allowed to stand he shouted at me in a bastard language which is only used by a boss when speaking to his servants. I stood at the counter and politely requested in proper English that I should be served. The manager became angry and said, “Even if you stand there till Christmas, I will never serve you.”

I went to the District Commissioner’s office. Fortunately, he was out, for he was one of the old school; however, I saw a young District officer who was a friend of mine. He was very concerned to hear my story and told me that all I had to do was come to him personally and he wou1d buy my medicine for me. I protested that that was not good enough. I asked him to accompany me back to the store and to make a protest to the manager. This he did, and I well remember him saying to the manager“Here is Mr. Kaunda who is a responsible member of the Urban Advisory Council, and you treat him like a common servant.” The manager of the drugstore apologized and said, “If only he had introduced himself and explained who he was, then, of course I should have given him proper service.”

I had to explain once again that he had missed my point. Why should I have to introduce myself every time I went into a store … any more than I should have to buy my medicine by going to a European friend? I want to prove that any man of any color, whatever his position, should have the right to go into any shop and buy what he wanted, After all, the money which I paid across the counter was exactly the same money as was paid by a European customer.

1. The writer was, at the time of the story, _________. 

A. a European officer    B. an African servant 

C. a drugstore assistant  D. a black school teacher

2. The manager of the drugstore shouted at the writer in dirty words because ___ 

A. he could not speak English in a polite way

B. he thought the writer wouldn’t understand English

C. that was the language he used when speaking to Africans

D. that was the only language he could speak when he was angry

3. In paragraph 3, the underlined sentence “he was one of the old school” means   .

A. he stuck to those old racial ideas  B. he graduated from an old white school

C. he was in charge of an old black school

D. he was an old official in the government

4. Why didn’t the writer wait at the window of the drugstore like other Africans?   

A. He believed his white friends would help him out.

B. He wanted to fight for equal rights of all black people.

C. He thought he was educated and should he treated differently.

D. He thought, being an important person. he should not be kept waiting.

B

There are few places on earth where nature can be seen in almost primitive condition. One is the Galapagos Islands, where, largely unspoiled by man, strange and unusual birds, animals and plants settle and grow—many of which are found nowhere else in the world. These islands lie directly on the Equator, about 1, 000 kilometers west of the South American mainland.

  But the Galapagos is now facing a crisis. Its human inhabitants, who live on the island of Santa Cruz, want to develop the business and tourist possibility of the islands. Recently, they have been having a bitter struggle with the naturalists who work at the Charles Darwin Research Center on Santa Cruz. The naturalists want to keep the island’s wildlife alive, which is already suffering as a result of human activities.

  The animals’ greatest danger used to be sailors who, hundreds of years ago, plundered the islands for food. They wiped out about 250000 Giant Tortoises, causing extinction of several species which lived on some of the smaller islands. The last survivor, an 80-yearold Giant Tortoise called Lonely George, lives under the protection of naturalists at the Darwin Center.

5. The best topic for this passage is ________. 

  A. In Primitive Times        B. Giant Tortoises’ Extinction

  C. Great Danger to the Galapagos   D. Development of the Island

6. Which of the following maps shows rightly the position of the Galapagos Islands?

  注:□stands for the South American mainland.

    stands for the Galapagos Islands.

    —stands for the Equator.

7. It can be inferred from the second paragraph that if the business and tourism are developed in the Islands, ________.

  A. there will be a war between the inhabitants and naturalists

  B. a great number of wild animals and plants will die out

  C. a lot of people will come to the Galapagos for food

  D. the inhabitants on the Islands will be well off

8. The writer describes the Giant Tortoise, George, as “lonely” because _______.

  A. it is the last one of its species

  B. it has lived alone for eighty years

  C. the Center doesn’t allow it to go out

D. the naturalists keep it alone in the Center

三.任务型阅读

Maybe you are an average student. You probably think you will never be a top student. This is not necessary so, however. Anyone can become a better student if he or she wants to. Here’s how.

   1) Plan your time carefully. When you plan your week, you should make a list of things that you have to do. After making this list, you should make a schedule of your time. First, your time for eating, sleeping, dressing, etc. Then decide a good, regular time for studying. Don’t forget to set aside enough time for entertainment. A weekly schedule may not solve all your problems, but it will force you to realize what is happening to your time.

   2) Find a good place to study. Look around the house for a good study area. Keep this space, which may be a desk or simply a corner of your room, free of everything but study materials. No games, radios, or television! When you sit down to study, concentrate on the subject.

   3) Make good use of your time in class. Take advantage of class time to listen to everything the teachers say. Really, listening in class means less work later. Taking notes will help you remember what the teacher says.

   4) Study regularly. When you get home from school, go over your notes. Review the important points that your teacher mentioned in class. If you know what your teacher is going to discuss the next day, read that material beforehand. This will help you understand the next class. If you do these things regularly, the material you review and preview will become more meaningful, and you will remember it longer.

   5) Develop a good attitude about tests. The purpose of a test is to show what you have learned about a subject. They help you remember your knowledge. The world won’t end if you don’t pass a test, so don’t be overly worried.

   There are other methods that might help you with your studies. You will probably discover many others after you have tried these.

How to Become A Better Student?

General method

How to

Advantage

 

Plan your time carefully

Make a list

Force you to realize 6. ___________ is happening to your time

Make a 1.____________

Find a good place to study

Free of everything but study

2. _____________

You can 7. ________ on the subject

 

Make good use of your time in class

Listen to everything the teachers say

Really listening in class means 8. __________ work later

Taking 3.___________

 

Study regularly

Go over your notes

Review the important points that your teacher mentioned in class

4. _________ new material in advance

Help you 9. ____________ it better, remember it longer

Develop a good attitude about tests

Don’t be 5. ___________ worried

Help you remember your 10. ________

四.写作

假如有个名叫Mike的外国留学生上周六来南通游玩,并在你家住了两天。请根据下面表格中的内容提示, 介绍你们这两天一起游玩的经历和感受。

 

要点提示

1

两人共同游览南通的名胜,现代化的城市风景和迷人的狼山风景

2

迈克更了解南通和中国文化了,热情好客的南通人也让他印象深刻

3

你用英语给他提建议并进行其它交流,收获自信,更了解美国了

4

Mike 希望尽快再次来南通,你也想到Mike的家乡去游玩

注意:1.用第一人称介绍

2.词数:150词左右

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