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(高中英语)广东高三年级下学期模拟练习二轮复习测试

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一、阅读理解
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1. 难度:压轴

The fictional Chinese-American detective Charlie Chan was the subject of popular books and movies for many decades. In recent years, however, the character has been criticized as an ill image of Asian-Americans.

Yunte Huang, an English professor at the University of California, says that’s not the case. He has been exploring the character and real-life policeman who inspired him.

Charlie Chan has been a familiar character to readers and film-goers, beginning in the 1920s. The detective solved crimes around the world in more than 40 films through the 1940s, and with the invention of television, found a new audience in the 1950s and 1960s.

Huang discovered Charlie Chan through books by American author Earl Derr Biggers, who created the character.

“One day, I happened to find two Charlie Chan novels. At that point I thought I knew that he was a negative character against Asians, but when I read the book,” he says, “I was immediately attracted. Ever since then, I’ve been a fan of Charlie Chan.”

As a fan of the books and films, Huang was surprised to learn that Charlie Chan was based on a real detective named Chang Apana, who was born to Chinese parents in Hawaii around 1871. Apana worked as a cowboy, and joined the Honolulu police force in 1898.

“He almost immediately became a local legend because as a former cowboy,” says Huang, “he would walk the most dangerous areas in Chinatown carrying a bullwhip(皮鞭)instead of a gun. He didn’t need that.”

Although some say the image of Charlie Chan, with his broken English, is embarrassing for Asian-Americans, Huang believes Chan’s broken English and unusual ancient sayings were part of his charm(魅力).

“Let me just quote(引用)a few – ‘Actions speak louder than French,’ or ‘Mind like parachute (降落伞). Only function when open.’ Charlie Chan always owes these instructive sayings to Confucius’ eastern wisdom.

For Huang, the fictional Charlie Chan is highly entertaining, while the real-life policeman, Chang Apana, is a Chinese-American success, whose story is worth telling.

1.The passage mainly talks about ______________.

A.how Yunte Huang discovered Charlie Chan

B.how Charlie Chan became famous in the US

C.what Yunte Huang thought of Charlie Chan

D.how a cowboy became a famous detective

2.According to the passage, we know that Charlie Chan __________.

A.was a character in books and movies based on a real detective

B.was a famous actor starring in movies beginning from the 1920s

C.was a famous detective solving crimes all over the world

D.was a Chinese immigrant who became a local legend

3.Chang Apana didn’t need a gun as a weapon because__________.

A.he had his personal charm

B.he liked being a cowboy

C.he was not a true policeman

D.a bullwhip was more useful

4.It can be inferred from the passage that ________.

A.American author Earl Derr Biggers gave an ill picture of Asian-Americans

B.Yunte Huang believes Charlie Chan represents Asian wisdom in some way

C.Chan’s story was more popular with TV audience than readers and film-goers

D.Charlie Chan became an ill image of Asian-Americans when it first appeared.

 

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2. 难度:压轴

You probably know you should say “please” and “thank you” at restaurants. You probably know the rules of a library. You know you should respect and be nice to your classmates. But do you have music manners?

Keep It Down! You have to notice the volume of your music. You should not play your music so loud that everyone around you can hear it. Some people might even get angry. Usually, when you play the music loud on an MP3 player, other people can’t hear the words of the song. They just hear a loud sound. Not one wants to listen to this. Very loud music can also be bad for your ears, so even if you are alone when listening to your MP3 player, you shouldn’t have it turned up too high.

Take Them Off! You need to know when to turn your MP3 player off and put it away. Libraries and schools don’t allow MP3 players. There are other places, like museums, that don’t have rules, but it would be rude to have your MP3 player on. Sometimes, it just doesn’t make sense to listen your MP3 player at event. Why would you listen to music at a play, a movie or a sporting event? You would miss what is going on and others would wonder why you even came.

Take One Out! Once in a while it’s okay just to take out one earphone and not other. Imagine you are listening on your MP3 player when someone asks you the way. It would not be rude to take out one earphone, tell him the way, and put back the earphone and continue listening. You can also do this when you order food at a fast-food restaurant or when you answer the telephone.

It’s Your Choice! There are times when you need to decide what is best. For example, some people can listen to music on their MP3 players when reading books, while others think it is disturbing. In cases like this, you need to do what seems right for you.

1.The underlined word “volume” in Paragraph Two probably means “_____”.

A.the type of music

B.the amount of a sound

C.the beat of a song

D.the colour of an MP3 player

2.We should turn down the music when we are alone because loud music  _____ .

A.is not enjoyable

B.makes us tired

C.is bad for MP3 players

D.hurts our ears

3.It’s all right to use our MP3 player in __________.

A.schools

B.libraries

C.restaurants

D.museums

4.What can be the best title of this passage?

A.Music Lovers

B.Music Manners

C.MP3 Players

D.MP3 Earphones

 

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3. 难度:压轴

Paparazzi, or "paps", are photographers who take pictures of famous people when they are not at the center of public attention. Paps are different from professional photographers or journalists because they never take ordinary photos.

The goal for paparazzi is to get pictures that no one else will get and then sell the pictures to the buyer who offers the most money —normally a small newspaper, magazine or website.

There is no law against paparazzi taking pictures in public places. However, there are laws that protect certain individuals. For example, child protection laws stop improper (不合适的) pictures of anyone under 16 from being published.

There is also no law that stops paparazzi from following celebrities (名人) and taking their pictures either. However, if paps are secretly following them and taking pictures of their faces, they could get into trouble.

Most paparazzi hang out on streets and hot spots for celebrities, waiting for the opportunity to take a picture of a star. Many stay on the streets until the early hours of the morning when celebrities are leaving nightclubs and looking a little worse for wear. However, some have other ways to make sure they get pictures. Many paps are in contact with "informers" who know the locations of celebrities at any given time. They then pass the information on to paparazzi. An informer could be anyone —from a restaurant waiter to a salesman.

Most of the time, paparazzi get a bad reputation for following celebrities. But sometimes stars or their managers will contact paps themselves and tell them exactly where and when they will go.

What a love-hate relationship between paparazzi and celebrities!

1.Which of the following things paparazzi might do would be against the law?

A.Taking pictures of famous people in public places.

B.Getting unsuitable pictures of a 10-year-old actress published.

C.Following a famous woman singer secretly and taking her pictures.

D.Hanging out at the places where celebrities often appear.

2.In order to earn big money a pap has to ________.

A.get the only first-hand pictures

B.sell the pictures to a big newspaper

C.make friends with famous people

D.know the locations of celebrities

3.The fifth paragraph mainly tells us ________.

A.how paparazzi get the pictures

B.how dangerous paparazzi’s job is

C.how much paparazzi pay for the pictures

D.how paparazzi contact informers

4.What can we infer from the passage?

A.Paparazzi always take pictures when famous people are tired.

B.Stars hate paparazzi and don’t want to be followed.

C.Paparazzi and famous people rely on each other sometimes.

D.Informers might get paparazzi into trouble.

 

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4. 难度:压轴

China has become Volvo's third largest market, with more of its car models to go on sale in the world's largest auto(汽车) market this year, Chief Executive Office (CEO) of Volvo Cars China said in Tianjin.

Alexander Klose, CEO of Volvo Cars China, told Xinhua at the Ninth Tianjin International Automobile Trade Show, being held from Friday to Wednesday.

Klose said Volvo Cars had entered a new time of fast development, adding that its sales volume in China roared in 2010.

Up to the end of September, Volvo's global sales volume was up 12.5 percent year on year(同年比), compared with 52 percent year-on-year rise in China, he said.

Two new Volvo sales centers opened in Beijing within merely one week in early October, about two months after east China's ZhejiangGeely Holding Group Co acquired(购得)the Swedish brand from the US auto giant Ford for $1.5 billion in early August.

Klose said he was confident of seeing tremendous(巨大的) growth in China's auto market in the next five years. "As the Chinese government has increased the tax rate for large displacement (排量)cars already, we now have a lot of cars below three liters(升), and I think we'll stick to that strategy, as you can see now the XC60 which was introduced today is just two liters," he said.

"As the technology advances, we'll probably even see 1.6 liter engines or 1.5 liter engines in the future," he added.

Volvo Cars is not the only automaker hoping to take advantage of China's rapidly growing auto market.

Bentley, the famous British luxury(豪华) carmaker, will open a new sales center in China at Tianjin Thursday, which is the 11th one in China, according to a press release(新闻发布) by Shanghai-based Zenith Integrated Communications Corp (Zenith) Saturday at the auto show.

Zenth is the public relations agent of Bentley in China. The automaker has sold 421 limousines(大型豪华轿车) to China in 2009, and the goal for 2010 is 777, the release said.

1.The word underlined in the third paragraph would probably be___.      

A.shouted loudly

B.increased in large numbers

C.reduced rapidly

D.burned brightly

2.From this passage we can infer that ___.                       

A.The Ninth Tianjin International Automobile Trade Show was held from Friday to Wednesday.

B.Volvo Cars is a world-famous carmaker in Britain.

C.Of all the auto sales volume Volvo sales volume is only number one in China

D.Volvo sales centers are developing very fast in China recently

3.The text is mainly about____.                       

A.China Becomes Volvo's 3rd largest market

B.Volvo Cars in China

C.Volvo Sales Volume in China

D.Carmakers in China

4.How many carmakers are mentioned in this passage which opened and will open new sales centers in China recently?                                 

A.One

B.Two

C.Three

D.Four

 

二、短文改错
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5. 难度:压轴

文中共有10处语言错误,每句中最多有两处,每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧),并在其下面写出该加的词。删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。注意:1.每处错误及其修改均限一词。2.只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。

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Although he is one of China’s famous scientists, but Yuan Longping consider himself a farmer. Indeed, his sunburnt face and arms and slim, strongly body are just like those of millions of Chinese farmers, for them he has struggled for the past five decades. He grows who is called super hybrid rice or became the first agricultural pioneer in world in 1974. Spending money on himself or lead a comfortable life means very little to him. The reason is because he believes a person with too many money has more rather than fewer troubles.

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6. 难度:压轴

假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文,请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。文中共有10处语言错误,每句中最多两处。错误涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。

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增加:在此处加一个漏字符号(∧),并在其下面写出该加的词。

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删除:把多余的词用斜线(﹨)划掉。

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修改:在错的词下划一个横线,并在其下面写出修改后的词。

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注意:1. 每处错误及其修改均仅限一词;

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2. 只允许修改10处,多者(从十一处起)不计分。

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We receive your application last week. We regret to inform you that our company has hired a boy calling Tonny the job of the manager assistant. Having studied your certificate careful,we decided that we should need someone with more office experiences for this particular position. You have impressed them with your desire to learn and your ability to work hard, but we do hope that you will apply for a position in our company sometime in the future. We would like to thank you on your being interested in our company. Please to contact us if there is any further questions.

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7. 难度:压轴

下文中共有10处错误每句中最多有两处。错误涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。

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增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(/\)。并在其下面写出该加的词。

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删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉

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修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。

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注意:               1、每处错误及其修改均仅限一词;

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2   只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不记分。

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When tea and coffee was first introduced to Europe in 18th century, people thought they were harmful. So a king of Sweden decided to find out whether this was true and not. It happened that there were two brothers who were in the prison at the time. The king ordered one of them drink tea every day and the other coffee. Both of him lived many years without any problem. At last the one who had drink tea every day died at  the age of 83 and the other one lived even long. Because of this today Sweden is one of the country where many tea  and coffee are drunk.

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8. 难度:压轴

该文中共有十处错误,每句中最多有两处,错误涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。

增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧), 并在此符号下面写出该加的词。

删除:把多余的词用斜线( \)划掉。

修改: 在错的词下划一横线, 并在该词下面写出修改后的词。

注意:1、每处错误及其修改均限一词;

2、只允许修改十处, 多者(从第11处起) 不计分。

I like eating fruit and vegetables what are of great benefit to our healthy. Not only do they prevent us from falling into ill, but they help us lose weight. I used to hate vegetables, but follow the doctor’s advice, I gradually kicked the bad habit. Just as an old saying going, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away”. However, there are still many children dislike fruit and vegetables. On contrary, influenced by this or that kind of advertisement, many were crazy about junk food. Consequently, they become weaker and weaker instead of getting strong. In my opinion, we must take action to change them.

 

三、书面表达
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9. 难度:压轴

为了调动同学们学习英语的积极性,提高学习效率,近期你们班打算进行一次班会,讨论本班英语学习的情况以及如何学好英语。请你根据下面内容写一篇英语发言稿:

一、英语学习的重要性;

二、现状:部分学生学英语困难很大, 有的学生失去信心,甚至放弃;

三、建议:

(1)早、晚朗读英语单词、课文;

(2)背诵有用句型、名篇;

(3)课后多阅读英语书报和杂志。

【写作要求】

只能使用五个句子表达所有的意思(开头和结尾均已给出,不计入句数)。

Dear friends, 

I would like to share my opinions on English learning with you here.

I hope you will find my advice useful. That’s all. Thank you!

 

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10. 难度:压轴

假如你是李明,最近你的朋友张华因考试不利情绪低落,丧失信心,学习消极应付。请你用英语给他写一封e-mail,指出其消极行为可能带来的不良后果,并结合自身实际提出应采取的积极态度和应对方法,鼓励他努力学习。

注意:1.词数120左右;

2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;

3.开头和结尾已为你写好,不计入总词数。

Dear Zhang Hua,

I’m sorry to hear that

___________________________________________________________________

___________________________________________________________________

Yours,

Li ming

 

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11. 难度:压轴

随着信息技术的发展,传统的靠读报获取信息的方式逐渐被看电视,上网所取代。请结合这种现象,写一篇120字左右的作文,谈一下报刊的利与弊,并简要陈述一下你的看法。

                                                                              

                                                                              

 

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12. 难度:压轴

进入高三以后,大部分同学觉得时间紧了,学习任务重了,所以有些同学课间十分钟休息时间也在看书做题,请你以 A Ten-minute Break为题,用英语写一篇短文,描写这一现象并谈谈自己的看法和做法。

注意:1、词数120左右;

2、短文中不能出现本人相关信息。

 


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