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2012 高考英语一轮复习单元综合能力测试一(新人教版必修 1)时间:120 分钟 第一部分 第二部分 第一节 听力理解 英语知识运用(共两节;满分 45 分) 单项填空(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 分值:150 分 得分:__________

26. ________you are familiar with the author's ideas,try reading all the sections as quickly as you can. A.So that C.Ever since B.Now that D.As long as

27. long as you don't lose ________ heart, will get out of ________ trouble As you sooner or later. A./;/ C./;the B.the;the D.the;/

从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白的最佳选项。 21.—Tim,you are leaving for Jiuzhaigou tomorrow.Why not pack your clothes and food up now? —________. A.Good idea C.Go ahead,please B.Help yourself D.Me,too

28.My neighbour devoted his spare time ________ ancient coins. collect C.on collecting collecting collecting

22.—I'm sorry.I didn't spill the juice on your clothes________. —Don't mention it. accident general this way D.on purpose

29.Owing to the economic crisis,Mr Green has been ________ for several months. A.out of danger C.out of work B.out of date D.out of control

23. They are leaving for Hangzhou in ten days—________,next Friday. other words C.on the whole many ways D.on the contrary

30. ________ towards me has changed since I helped her with the rice harvest. Her A.attitude B.altitude D.mind

24.Word came ________ Chang'e- was Launched successfully and carried out Ⅱ the task as expected. A.which C.when B.what D.that

31. When the man came in,gun in hand,we all stood there,________. A.astonishing C.astonished B.being astonished D.having astonished

32. It takes a long time to ________ a good name,but this name is quickly lost by just one piece of bad behavior. A.pick up B.think up D.make up

25.Food,gas and vegetables have been ________ by rail directly to the city ever since the highways were blocked. A.preferred C.packed

B.transported D.rescued up


33. insisted ________ me with the handbag, He though I told him I could manage it myself. C.on helping helping help

if they were that __45__

__44__. “We have food in the back, expired (到期)but still __46__ have some.”

to eat. If you need food, you __47__

They were told to

what they had dropped and put it back, and then __48__ the police

asked to straighten out the mess. They were doing just that

34.The 2010 Shanghai World Expo came to an end on October 1st,2010, ________turned out to be a great success. A.which C.that B.when

arrived. The officers were told the situation was under control and the police were no longer __49__. __50__. They were being treated as human beings

This wasn't what they had

who could right the wrong they'd done. Shocked, they quickly followed orders to take turns and use the restroom to clean up.

35.The weather in my hometown in summer is usually very hot but it ________ be cold sometimes. A.should C.must B.can D.may

Soon three


people walked out with all the


their arms

could hold. They were to ask and not just grab.


that, they needed to come back again, they were if

And then the young man went back to read until the next customer came in. He would be the __54__ person in the world to claim he was a hero. But he gave three __55__amount of selfrespect


完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分)

people something they were in desperate need of—a and a little bit of hope. 36.A.friends 37.A.respect C.wisdom 38.A.slow C.heavy 39.A.bravely C.hardly 40.A.opened C.closed 41.A.nowhere B.neighbors C.customers B.pride D.privilege B.busy D.swift B.reasonably D.obviously B.locked D.broke B.somewhere

阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出可以 填入空白处的最佳选项。 It's a small gas station that has snacks, drinks, cigarettes, and candies. The young man behind the counter knows his __36__ by name and what they normally want __37__. He reads science fiction


to buy. He treats children and adults with equal behind the counter when business is __38__.

One day, three people rushed in and grabbed food off the shelves as fast as they could, __39__ not intending to pay for it. He hit the “panic button” , then went __40__ the front door. It was obvious that they were __41__ with their

over the counter and homeless, and

equally obvious that they weren't going __42__

illgotten gains. They

the food and simply crowded together in the way.

panic—knowing the police were


Imagine what they must have felt like when they were told they didn't have to steal
_____________________________________ 2

C.anywhere 42.A.hid C.swallowed 44.A.anxious C.courageous C.sweet 46.A.must C.should 47.A.hold up C.pick up 48.A.when C.before 49.A.popular C.reliable 50.A.wanted C.expected 51.A.dirtier C.cleverer C.drinks 53.A.reminded C.ordered

D.everywhere B.lifted D.dropped B.on B.cautious D.hungry B.easy D.unique B.can D.need B.hand out D.hand in B.after D.since B.necessary D.important B.desired D.admired B.cleaner D.quicker B.cigarettes B.warned D.persuaded

54.A.first 55.A.large C.small 第三部分 第一节

B.last D.worst B.fair D.full 阅读理解(共两节,满分 40 分)

(共 15 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 30 分)

阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项。 A Recently, one of my best friends, whom I've shared just about everything with since the first day of kindergarten, spent the weekend with me. Since I moved to a new town several years ago, we've both always looked forward to the few times a year when we can see each other. Over the weekend, we spent hours and hours, staying up late into the night, talking about the people she was hanging around with. She started telling me stories about her new boyfriend, about how he experimented with drugs and was into other selfdestructive behaviour. I was blown away! She told me how she had been lying to her parents about where she was going and even stealing out to see this guy because they didn't want her around him. No matter how hard I tried to tell her that she deserved better, she didn't believe me. Her selfrespect seemed to have disappeared. I tried to convince her that she was ruining her future and heading for big trouble. I felt like I was getting nowhere. I just couldn't believe that she really thought it was

acceptable to hang out with a bunch of losers, especially her boyfriend. By the time she left,I was really worried about her and exhausted by the experience. It had been so frustrating,I had come close to telling her several times during the weekend that maybe we had just grown too far apart to continue our friendship, but I didn't. I put the power of friendship to the final test. We'd been friends for far too long. I had to hope that she valued me enough to know that I was trying to

save her from hurting herself. I wanted to believe that our friendship could conquer anything. A few days later, she called to say that she had thought long and hard about our conversation, and then she told me that she had broken up with her boyfriend. I just listened on the other end of the phone with tears of joy running down my face. It was one of the truly rewarding moments in my life. Never had I been so proud of a friend. 56.In the writer's opinion,her friend ________. A. was a girl with no selfrespect B. could find a better boyfriend C. was brave enough to stick to her own choice D. didn't value the writer's suggestion 57.What did the writer worry about? A. She would lose the friendship with her. B. Her friend's parents would be worried about their daughter. C. Her friend would get into great trouble with the boy. D. Her friend's boyfriend would be in great trouble. 58.We may learn from Paragraph 3 that the writer________. A. didn't want to go anywhere else B. understood her friend's hanging with her boyfriend C. couldn't believe that her friend's choice was acceptable

As a kid, I can remember going to the supermarket and grabbing eggs off the shelf. I would run them home to my mother because they were usually going into a delicious cake. Times have changed. Cagefree? Organic? Brown? White? Omega3s?

Help! Here are some tips to help you figure out which eggs you should choose: ●Brown or white? In fact,color is simply a sign of the breed of hen. Find the freshest egg with the most flavor and let color be a secondary concern. ●Extra Omega- Omega- eggs come from a hen whose diet has added 3s? 3 flaxseed(亚麻籽) ,which produces an egg containing an average of 225 mg of Omega- fatty acids and Vitamin E. The countless health benefits for humans make 3 these eggs an attractive purchase. My opinion? Eat a piece of fresh fish and get a pure dose of Omega- Let eggs be eggs. 3s. ●Does your egg need exercise? Freerange eggs are from hens raised without the confines of a cage, though they may or may not have spent much time outdoors. Organic eggs are from hens whose feed must meet organic standards. These hens must be raised humanely, and they must be given time to stay outdoors. Hey, happier hens do lay tastier eggs. ●Does local make a difference? Nothing is better than local eggs. They may have a feather or two stuck to them or be a little imperfect shape and they may or may not be certified (证明) organic; however, they have one quality I prize:I know exactly where my food came from and how it came to be! In some cases I can even ask the farmer when the eggs were laid and what the hens were fed. 60.What does the author think of Omega- eggs? 3 A. They are a good choice for people to purchase.

D. doubted that she could in any way help her friend 59.What can be concluded from the passage? A.Friendship starting from childhood is not reliable. B.Friendship is a cure for any injury in life. C.Friendship should be everlasting once begun. D.Friendship can have magical power in life. B

B. They contain fewer Omega- than fresh fish. 3s C. They have the highest content of pure Omega3s. D. They are not the best source of Omega3s.


61.The underlined part “Freerange” probably means“________”. A. wild C. special B. organic D. Omega- free 3-

satisfied.”explained my father to our astonished guests. Robert was looking down at his plate with a reddish face. The minister managed to bring up a quiet burp. I was shocked into silence for the rest of the night. After everyone had gone,my mother said to me,“You want to be the same as American girls on the outside.”She handed me an early gift.It was a miniskirt.“But

62.According to the passage, which of the following has nothing to do with an egg's quality? A. The egg's color. C. The hen's living conditions. B. The hen's exercise. D. The hen's food.

inside you must always be Chinese.You must be proud that you are different.Your only shame is to have shame.” It was not until years later that I was able to fully appreciate her lesson and the purpose behind her particular menu. For Christmas Eve that year, she had chosen excellent Chinese food. 64. When the writer found out the minister's family Eve dinner, she cried mainly because ________. would come for Christmas

63.This passage is most probably taken from a book named________. A. Shopping Skills C. Raising Hens B. Eggs and Cooking D. Healthy Diet C I fell in love with the minister's son the winter I turned fourteen. He was not Chinese. For Christmas I prayed for the boy, Robert. When I found out that my

A. she worried about their shabby Chinese Christmas B. she worried about their Chinese relatives lacking American manners C. she worried about meeting the minister's family D. she worried about being laughed at 65 . What does “he was not worthy of existence” probably mean? It means________. A. the writer was not interested in his existence B. he was worthless C. he should not exist D. the writer expected his coming 66 . The dinner threw the writer deeper into disappointment mainly because________. A. her relatives licked the ends of their chopsticks B. her father reached his chopsticks to pick fish for her C. her father leaned back and burped loudly

parents had invited the minister's family over for Christmas Eve dinner, I cried in panic. What would Robert think of our shabby Chinese Christmas? What would he think of our noisy Chinese relatives who lacked proper American manners? On Christmas Eve, my mother created abundant Chinese food. And then they arrived—the minister's family and all my relatives. Robert greeted hello, and I pretended he_was_not_worthy_of_existence._ Dinner threw me deeper into disappointment. My relatives licked (舔) the ends of their chopsticks and reached across the table. Robert and his family waited patiently for a large plate to be passed to them. My relatives murmured with pleasure when my mother brought out the whole steamed fish. Robert made a face. Then my father reached his chopsticks just below the fish eye and picked out the soft meat. “Amy, your favorite.”he said, offering me the tender fish cheek. I wanted to disappear. At the end of the meal, my father leaned back and burped(打嗝) loudly, thanking my mother for her fine cooking. “It's a polite Chinese custom to show you are


D. she childishly expected all of them to act in the same way as Americans at table 67.We can infer from the passage that ________. A. the writer appreciated her mother's lesson years later B. the writer must be proud that she is different C. the mother prepared to show Chinese different food culture D. the minister's family really enjoyed the food D It is true that good writers rewrite and rewrite and then rewrite some more.But in order to work up the desire to rewrite,it is important to learn to like what you write at the early stage. I am surprised at the number of famous writers I know who say that they so dislike reading their own writing later that they even hate to look over the publishers' opinions.One reason we may dislike reading our own work is that we're often disappointed that the rich ideas in our minds seem very thin and plain when first written down.Jerry Fodor and Steven Pinker suggest that this fact may be a result of how our minds work. Different from popular belief,we do not usually think in the words and sentences of ordinary language but in symbols for ideas (known as‘mentalese’),and writing our ideas down is an act of translation from that symbolic language.But while mentalese contains our thoughts in the form of a complex tapestry (织锦),writing can

problem.When writing we should have two different minds.At the first stage, should we see every idea,as well as the words we use to express it,as wonderful and worth putting down.It is only during rewrites that we should examine what we excitedly wrote in the first stage and check for weaknesses. 68.What do we learn from the text about those famous writers? A.They often regret writing poor works. B.Some of them write surprisingly much. C.Many of them hate reading their own works. D.They are happy to review the publishers' opinions. 69.What do people generally believe about the way human minds work? A.People think in words and sentences. B.Human ideas are translated into symbols. C.People think by connecting threads of ideas. D.Human thoughts are expressed through pictures. 70.What can we conclude from the text? A.Most people believe we think in symbols. B.Loving our own writing is scientifically reasonable. C.The writers and critics can never reach an agreement. D.Thinking and writing are different stages of mind at work.

only be composed one thread at a time.Therefore it should not be surprising that our first attempt at expressing ideas should look so simple.It is only by repeatedly rewriting that we produce new threads and connect them to get closer to the ideas formed in our minds. When people write as if some strict critics (批评家) are looking over their shoulder,they are so worried about what this critic might say that they get stuck before they even start.Peter Elbow makes an excellent suggestion to deal with this
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(满分 10 分)

2.择友的标准; 3.怎样对待朋友。 b_____ I had no 注意:1.词数 100 左右; 2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;

To answer someone’s question and to ask them some questions 71________ i _______about the way to learn from others.Istudied harder is a good way to study.At the

3.开头和结尾已为你写好,不计入总词数。 Good morning,ladies and gentlemen, Friendship is one of the greatest pleasures that people can enjoy. __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ Thank you

72________ and harder but Istill did not p_____ in the tests several times.

73________ Each time I failed in the exam.Ithought I had not studied hard___ 74________ I didn’t ask my classmates or help until my teacher______( 建 议 ) 75________ That I should.One day I met ____ a difficult problem that I had to ask 76________ my partner for help.He explained to me the key to solve the problem_____ 77________ ( 耐 心 地 ) 。 From then on Istarted to discuss problems when n_____. 78________ The mor we have discussed.the mor we have learnt.To ____( 合 作 ) 79________ is 80________ 书面表达(满分 25 分) 友谊是人们能享受的最大的快乐之一。假设你正在参加全省中学生英语演讲 比赛,请你以“Friendship”为话题,写一篇演讲稿,陈述你的观点。 演讲稿的主要内容应包括; 1.朋友的真谛;








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