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2009 学年度第一学期普陀区高三英语质量调研卷 2010-1-12
第Ⅰ卷(共 105 分)
I.Listening Comprehension Section A Directions: In Section A; you will

hear ten short conversations between two speakers. At the end of each conversation, a question will be asked about what was said. The conversations and the questions will be spoken only once. After you hear a conversation and the question about it, read the four possible answers on your paper, and decide which one is the best answer to the question you have heard. D. At the man’s house. 1. A. In a hotel. B. At a dinner table. C. In the street. 2. A. France. B. Britain. C. Germany. D. Spain. 3. A. A writer. B. A teacher. C. A reporter. D. A student. 4. A. Librarian and students. B. Operator and caller. C. Boss and secretary. D. Customer and repairman. 5. A. Five lessons. B. Three lessons. C. Twelve lessons. D. Fifteen lessons. 6. A. The man is planning a trip to Austin. B. The man has not been to Austin before. C. The man doesn’t like Austin. D. The man has been to Austin before. 7. A. Find a larger room. B. Sell the old table. C. Buy two bookshelves. D. Rearrange some furniture. 8. A. The choice of courses. B. A day course. C. An evening course. D. Their work. 9. A. It was a long lecture, but easy to understand. B. It was not as easy as she had expected. C. It was as difficult as she had expected. D. It was interesting and easy to follow. 10. A. She felt it was tiring. B. She felt it was very nice. C. She felt it took less time. D. She thought it was expensive. Section B Directions: In Section B, you will hear two short passages, and you will be asked to questions on each of the passages. The passages will be read twice, but the questions will spoken only once. When you hear a question, read the four possible answers on your paper decide which one would be the blest answer to the question you have heard. Questions 11 through 13 are based on the following passage. 11. A. Synthetic fuel. B. Solar energy. C. Alcohol. D. Electricity. 12. A. Air traffic conditions. B. Traffic jams on highways. C. Road conditions. D. New traffic rules. 13. A. Go through a health check. B. Take little luggage with them. C. Arrive early for boarding. D. Undergo(进行) security checks. Questions 14 through 16 are based on the following news.
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14. 15. 16.

A. Industry. B. Agriculture. C. Public health. D. Environment. A. Three thousand million dollars. B. Three hundred million dollars. C. Thirty-two thousand million dollars. D. Twenty-three thousand mill ion dollars. A. Production problems. B. Failure to use the right chemicals. C. the active chemicals are stronger than permitted by government. D. Both A and B.

Section C Directions: In Section C, you w ill hear two longer conversations. The conversations will be read twice. After you hear each conversation, you are required to fill in the numbered blanks with the information you have heard. Write your answers on your answer sheet. Blanks 17 through 20 are based on the following conversation. Telephone message From: Tom, Prof. Smith’s student. To: Prof. Smith. Message: tom’s class is working on an English __17__. And they would like you to give them some __18__. Call him back at __19__ before __20__. Complete the form. Write ONE WORD for each answer. Blanks 21 through 24 are based on the following conversation. Plan for Vacation Ann Place Would like to go to the (21)____________. Mike Thinking of spending one week (23)_______________ and the remaining week visiting London. a. A lot of work to be done. b. A revisit to their (24)_____________ place.

Reasons

Likes sports and (22)_____________ activities.

Complete the form. Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer. II.Grammar and Vocabulary Section A Directions: Beneath each of the following sentences there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one answer that best completes the sentence. 25-29 ABBDB 25. I called Alice many times yesterday evening, but I couldn’t get through. Her brother _____ on the phone all the time! A. was talking B. has been talking C. has talked D. talked 26. We went right round to the west coast by _____ sea instead of driving across _____ continent. A. the; the B. /; the C. the; / D. /; / 27. I hear they’ve promoted Tom, but he didn’t mention _____ when we talked on the phone.
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A. to promote B. having been promoted C. having promoted D. to be promoted 28. We had an anxious couple of weeks _____ for the results of the experiment. A. wait B. to be waiting C. waited D. waiting 29. The day we had been looking forward to _____ at last. A. come B. came C. coming D. be coming 30-34 CCBBC 30. Was it in 1969 _____ the American astronaut succeeded _____ landing on the moon? A. when; on B. that; on C. that; in D. then; in 31. Make sure you’ve got the passports and tickets and _____ before you leave. A. something B. anything C. everything D. nothing 32. It was hard for him to learn English in a family, in which _____ of the parents spoke the language. A. none B. neither C. both D. each 33. The growing speed of a plant is influenced by a number of factors, _____ are beyond our control. A. most of them B. most of which C. most of what D. most of that 34. The manager as well as the staff _____ chatting cheerfully during the tea break when the boss came in. A. were B. have been C. was D. has been 35-40 CCBACB 35. The companies are working together to create _____ they hope will be the best means of transport in the 21st century. A. which B. that C. what D. who 36. –What is it that made Obama happy? --_____ the US President. A. To elect B. Electing C. Being elected D. Having elected 37. _____ the Internet is of great help, I don’t think it’s a good idea to spend too much time on it. A. If B. While C. Because D. As 38. –Never before _____ so popular with the young people in China. --Yes. That’s because they are considered to be very useful as well as look fashionable. A. have mobile phones been B. mob ile phones have been C. had mobile phones been D. mobile phones had been 39. _____ from being killed, the deer looked for a place where he could get food. A. To escape B. Escaping C. Having escaped D. To have escaped 40. After a thorough investigation, the policeman declared that the blow on the victim’s head ___ __ from behind. A. should have been made B. must have been made C. would have been made D. ought to have been made Section B Directions: Complete the following passage by using the words in the box. Each word can only be used once. Note that is one word more than you need.
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I. survey 41-49DJAFBHCEG Two-thirds of U.S. consumers have yet to finish their holiday shopping, and 41 percent expect to finish at least a week prior to Christmas, according to a new survey. One-fourth of __41_ D. consumers _ will be shopping the week leading into Christmas, __42_ J. including _ Christmas Eve, according to the first annual American Express Spending and Saving Tracker research report. "Actually, we found in this holiday season there is this game of watching and waiting ... that deals will get sweeter as the clock winds down," said Mona Hamouly, a spokeswoman for the report. Some 62 percent of consumers are waiting until the last minute to shop for the holiday. Thirty-one percent are waiting for the best deals before finishing their shopping, while about 20 percent plan to do so at the last minute because they are still saving or are busy, and one in 10 say they are waiting for that last pay __43 A. check __ before the holidays. Hamouly said consumers seem to be "managing their cash flow and seeking out those great deals" this year. Over the next 30 days, 65 percent of people expect to spend the same or more than they spent in the past 30 days and one-third __44_ F. intend _ to spend less, according to the survey prepared for American Express. Hamouly said the weak economy was a large factor in consumers' __45B. attitude __ toward shopping, with many feeling cash-strapped. In addit ion to a __46H. general __ sample of consumers, the survey targeted two sub-groups -- those designated as "affluents" and "young professionals." Affluents were __47_ C. defined _ as having a minimum __48_ E. annual _ household income of $100,000, while young professionals were those who were less than 30 years old, had a college degree and a minimum annual household income of $50,000. During the next 30 days, among consumers who expect to spend more, 56 percent say they will be spending the most on holiday gifts. More than 40 percent expect to spend less in the next month because they are trying to save money, the prices of goods have increased, or they want to maintain a __49 G. budget __. One-third cite the need to reduce their debt. "Even for the affluent population, they want to get the best deals too," Hamouly said. The two top items consumers will be buying over the next 30 days are groceries and holiday gifts. III.Reading Comprehension Section A Directions: For each blank in the following passage there are four words or phrases marked A, B, C and D. Fill in each blank with the word or phrase that fits the context. The central problem of economics is to satisfy the people's and nation's wants.

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The problem we faced with is that our resources, here identified as money are __50__. The only way we can solve the problem is to make choices. After looking at our resources, we must examine our list of __51__ and identify the things we need immediately, those we can postpone, and __52__ we cannot afford. As individuals, we face the central problem involved in economic s---deciding how to allocate(分配) our limited resources to provide __53__ with greatest satisfaction of our wants. Nations face the same problem. As a country's population __54__, the need for more goods and services grows correspondingly. Resources necessary to production may increase, but there are __55__ enough resources to satisfy the total desires of a nation. Whether the budget meeting is taking place in the family living room, in the conference room of the corporation __56__ of directors, or in the chamber of the House of Representatives in Washington, the basic problem still exists. We need to find __57__ of al locating limited resources in order to satisfy unlimited wants. A short time ago, economists divided goods into two categories, free and economic. The former, like air and water, were in __58__ abundance(丰富) that economists had no concern for them. After all, economics is the __59__ of scarcity and what to do about it. Today many of these "free goods" are __60__ very expensive to use. Population has made clean air and water expensive for producers extra cost, and __61__ taxpayers who pay for the government's involvement in cleaning the environment. In the 1990s, almost all goods are __62__. Only by effort and money __63__ obtained in the from people wish. Meeting needs of people and the demands from resource available __64__ the basic activity of production. In trying to meet unlimited wants from limited economic goods, production leads to new problems in economics. 50-64 ACACC DCDCB CCBBD 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. A. limited A. want A. those A. them A. expand A. always A. management A. people A. so A. form A. possibly A. from A. plentiful A. they can be A. are led to B. unlimited B. problem B. some B. themselves B. extends B. sometimes B. function B. economists B. great B. study B. in practice B. at B. scarce B. can they be B. leading to C. scarcity C. wants C. others C. ourselves C. grows C. often C. board C. way C. such C. means C. in fact C. for C. abundant C. they must be C. lead to D. abundant D. resources D. many D. ours D. increase D. never D. group D. methods D. such an D. source D. practically D. with D. in full supply D. must they be D. leads to

Section B Directions: Read the following three passages. Each passage is followed by several questions or unfinished statements. For each of them there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the
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one that fits best according to the information given in the passage you have just read. (A) Five years ago, David Smith wore an expensive suit to work every day. “I was a clothes addict,” jokes. “I used to carry a fresh suit to work with me so I could change if my clothes got wrinkled.” Today David wears casual clothes---khaki pants and sports shirt---to the office. He hardly ever wears necktie. “I’m working harder than ever,” David says, “and I need to feel comfortable.” More and more companies are allowing their office workers to wear casual clothes to work in the United States. The change from formal to casual office wear has been gradual. In the early 1990s, many companies allowed their employees to wear casual clothes on Friday (but only on Friday). This became known as “dress-down Friday” or “casual Friday.” “What started out as an extra one-day-a-week benefit for employees has really become an everyday thing,” said business consultant Maisly Jones. Why have so many companies started allowing their employees to wear casual clothes? One reason is that it’s easier for a company to attract new employees if it has a casual dress code. “A lot of young people don’t want to dress up for work,” says the owner of a software company, “so it’s hard to hire people if you have a conservative dress code.” Another reason is that people seem happier and more productive when they are wearing comfortable clothes. In a study conducted by Levi Strauss and Company, 85 percent of employers said that they believe that casual dress improves employee morale. Only 4 percent of employers said that casual dress has a negative impact on productive. Supporters of casual office wear also argue that a casual dress code helps them save money. “Suits are expensive, if you have to wear one every day,” one person said. “For the same amount of money, you can buy a lot more casual clothes.” 65-68CADB 65. David Smith refers to himself as having been “a clothes addict” because_______. A. he often wore khaki pants and a sports shirt B. he couldn’t stand a clean appearance C. he wanted his clothes to look neat all the time D. he didn’t want to spend much money on clothes 66. David Smith wears casual clothes now, because________ A. they make him feel at ease when working B. he cannot afford to buy expensive clothes C. he looks handsome in casual clothes D. he no longer works for any company 67. Acco rding to this passage, which of the following statements is FALSE? A. Many employees don’t like a conservative dress code. B. Comfortable clothes make employees more productive C. A casual clothes code is welcomed by young employees D. All the employers in the U.S are for casual office wear. 68. In this passage, the following advantages of casual office wear are mentioned EXCEPT_______. A. saving employees’ money B. making employees more attractive C. improving employees’ motivation D. mak ing employees happier
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(B) How to protect children Web fans from unsuitable material on-line while encouraging them to use the Internet has long been discussed in the U.S. For some parents, the Internet can seem like a jungle, filled with danger for their children. But jungles contain wonders as well as dangers and with good guides, some education, and a few precautions(预防措施), the wilds of the Internet can be safely navigated(航行). Kids have to be on-line. If we tell our kids they cant have access to the Internet, were cutting them off from their future, said an expert. Most kids have started to use search engines. Many of them are great for finding tons of interesting Internet sites, and they can also locate places where you might not want your kids to go. There are search engines designed just for kids. A certain software contains only sites that have been selected as safe. The most popular way to limit access would be to use what is known as a content screener(过滤器). But this can’t be wholly reliable, and the best thing parents can do is to talk to their kids and let them know what is OK or not OK to see or do on the Internet. Another way is that mum or dad is nearby when the child is surfing(浏览) the Internet. A few other tips ●Don’t put the PC in a child’s room but keep it in an area where mum or dad can keep an eye on things. That also makes the Internet more of a family activity. ●Ask your child what he or she has been doing and about any friends they make on-line. ●Tell your child not to give on-line strangers personal information, especially like address and phone number. ●And tell your children never to talk to anyone they meet on-line over the phone, send them anything, accept anything from them or agree to meet with them unless you go along. 69-71DBD 69. The best way to protect children from improper material is _______. A. to install(安装) a content screener on the computer B. to buy some search engines for the children C. to be nearby when they are surfing the Internet D. to talk to the children and persuade them to tell right from wrong 70. Which of the following is right according to the passage? A. Surfing the Internet is the best method of educating children. B. Children’s not having access to Internet may have effect on their progress. C. Using a content screener is most reliable for keeping children having access to Internet. D. Searching engines can help children to select materials fit for them. 71. According to the passage, we can infer that _______. A. soft wares fit for children want programming B. a child who is on-line is in danger C. Internet is a jungle full of danger D. Internet contains a lot of harmful sites (C) LONDON—Life for Cathy Hagner and her three children is set to permanent(永久的) fast-forward.
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Their full school day and her job as a lawyer's assistant are busy enough. But Hagner also has to take the two boys to soccer or hockey or basketball while dropping off her daughter at piano lessons or Girl Scout Club. Often, the exhausted family doesn't get home until 7 pm. There is just time for a quick supper before homework. In today's world, middle-class American and British parents treat their children as if they are competitors racing for some finishing line. Parents take their children from activity to activity in order to make their future bright. It seems that raising a genius has become a more important goal than raising a happy and well-balanced ch ild. "Doctors across the country are reporting a growing number of children suffering from stomachaches and headaches due to exhaustion and stress," says child expert William Doherty of the University of Minnesota. Teachers are dealing with exhausted kids in the classroom. It's a very serious problem. Many children attend after-school clubs by necessity. But competitive pressures also create an explosion of activities. They include sports, language, music and math classes for children as young as four. "There is a new parenting trend under way which says that you have to tap all your child's potential at a young age; otherwise you will let him down,” says Terry Alter, a Cambridge-based child and adolescent psychiatrist (青少年精神病专家) "It isn't entirely new: there have always been pushy parents. But what was previously seen as strange behaviour is now well accepted." 72-75DDCB 72. From the second paragraph of this passage we can find that ______. A. Hagner wastes much time helping her children's lessons B. Hagner doesn't spend much time on her full-time job C. Hagner is interested in spots and music D. Hagner busies herself by following a trend 73. British parents, as the writer described in this passage, _____. A. treat their children as spots players B. pay no attention to their children's lessons C. bring up their children in a simple way D. give their children little time to develop freely 74. The writer's opinion about after-school clubs is that ______. A. activities in the country are too competitive B. children should attend four clubs at a time C. some clubs result in competitive pressures D. clubs should have more subjects for school children 75. The last paragraph tells us that in Britain ______. A. parents used to take their children to every club B. parents used to be wise on how to raise children C. parents have all benefited from children's clubs D. parents have come to know the standard of education (D) Section C: Directions: Read the following text and choose the most suitable heading from A-F for each paragraph. There is one extra heading which you do not need. A. Control of Respiration B. Basic tips for preserving cut flowers C. Role of Respiration D. Most Important Aspect of Flower Care E. Need for Clean Water F. Ways of Stopping Respiration 76-80BDCAE 76. ____B______
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While everybody enjoys fresh cut flowers around his house, few people know how to keep them for as long as possible. This may be done by keeping in mind a few simple facts. The key to keeping fresh cut flowers for a week or more without floral preservatives(which contain biocides that kill bacteria and fungus) is to keep the water fresh and the stems free of air pockets so they can continue to draw up water. 77. ___D_______ An important thing to remember about cut flowers is that they are sensitive to temperature. For example, studies have shown that cut carnations(康乃馨) retain their freshness eight times longer when kept at 12℃ than when kept at 26℃. Keeping freshly harvested flowers at the right temperatures is probably the most important aspect of flower care. 78. ___C_______ Flowers are not intended by nature to live very long. Their biological purpose is simply to attract birds or insects, such as bees, for pollination (授粉). After that, they quickly dry up and die. The process by which flowers consume oxygen and produce carbon dioxide, called respiration (呼 吸), generates the energy the flower needs to give the flower its shape and colour. The making of seeds also depends on this energy. While all living things respire, flowers have a high level of respiration. A result of all this respiration is heat, and for flowers the level of heat relative to the mass of the flower is very high. Respiration also brings about the eventual death of the flower. Thus the greater the level of respiration, the sooner the flower dies. 79. _____A_____ How, then, to control the rate at which flowers die? By controlling respiration. How is respiration controlled? By controlling temperature. We know that respiration produces heat, but the reverse is also true. Thus by maintaining low temperatures, respiration is reduced and the cut flower will age more slowly. 80. _____E_____ Another vital factor in keeping cut flowers is the quality of the water in which they are placed. Flowers find it difficult to “drink” water that is dirty or otherwise polluted. Even when water looks and smells clean, it almost certainly contains harmful substances that can endanger the flowers. To rid the water of these unwanted substances, household chlorine bleach (含氯漂白剂) can be used in small quantities. It is recommended that 15 drops of chlorine bleach(at 4% solution) be added to each litre of water. The water and solution should also be replaced each day. (E) Section D(8 分) Complete the following sentences using fewest words. What’s your dream vacation? Watching wildlife in Kenya? Boating down the Amazon? Sunbathing in Malaysia? New chances are opening up all the time to explore the wo rld. So we visit travel agents, compare packages and prices, and pay our money. We know what our vacation costs us. But do we know what it might cost someone else? It’s true that many poorer countries now depend on tourism for foreign income. Unfortunately, though, tourism often harms the local people more than it helps them. It might cost their homes and lands. In Myanmar, 5,200 people were forced to leave their homes among the pagodas (佛塔)in Bagan so that tourists could visit the pagodas.

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Tourism might also cost the local people their livelihood and dignity. Local workers often find only menial (卑微的)jobs in the tourists industry. And most of the profits do not help the local economy. Instead, profits return to the tour operators in wealthier countries. When the Maasai people in Tanzania were driven from their lands, some moved to city slums. Others now make a little money selling souvenirs or posing for photos. Problems like these were observed more than 20 years ago. But now some non-government organizations, tour operators and local governments are working together to begin correcting them. Tourists, too, are putting on the pressure. The result is responsible tourism, or “ethical tourism. ”Ethical tourism has people at its heart. New international agreements and codes of conduct can help protect the people’s lands, homes, economies and cultures. The beginnings are small, though, and the problems are complex. But take heart. The good news is that everyone, including us, can play a part to help the local people in the places we visit. Tour operators and companies can help by making sure that local people work in good conditions and earn reasonable wages. They can make it a point to use only locally owned hotels, restaurants and guide services. They can share profits fairly to help the local economy. And they can involve the local people in planning and managing tourism. What can tourists do? First, we can ask tour companies to provide information about the conditions of local citizens. We can then make our choices and tell them why. And while we’re abroad, we can: ★Buy local foods and products, not imported ones. ★Pay a fair price for goods and services and not bargain for the cheapest price. ★Avoid flaunting wealth. ★Ask before taking photographs of people. They are not just part of the landscape! Let’s enjoy our vacation and make sure others do, too. 81. What’s the main idea the writer intends to tell us in this passage? _____________________________________________________________. 82. Why does the author say vacations cost someone else in this passage? _____________________________________________________________. 83. It can be learned from the passage that profits go back to richer countries t hrough ____________________. 84. In which aspect can they involve the local people? ____________________.

第 II 卷(共 45 分)
I.Translation Directions: Translate the flowing sentences into English. You are required to use the word given in the bracket for each respective sentence. 1. 警方劝告开车的人暂时不要使用这条公路。(urge) 2. 他建议在政府部门做一些改变。(propose) 3. 除非我们能得到更多的资金,我们将不得不关闭这家商店。(finance) 4. 汽车外出游玩时,我们应该主要考虑安全因素。(take…into consideration) 5. 任何有良知的中国人都希望中国将尽快地统一。(conscience, reunite)
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II. Guided writing. Directions: Write an English composition in 120-150 words. The composition must be based on the information given below. 据媒体报道,虽有 282 个城市实施鞭炮禁放令,但先后有 105 个城市解禁,有限燃放。 你作为校学生会干部,组织了部分学生就“春节燃放鞭炮”的主题进行了讨论。请根据所给 内容给某报社写一封信,表明你自己对该问题的看法和建议。 参加讨论的学生男女各有 50 人。50%的同学认为:1. 燃放鞭炮是很好的民间传统;2. 燃放鞭炮可以增加节日气氛;3.我们应该要保护自己的民族节日。 40%的同学认为:1. 燃放鞭炮造成空气和噪音污染;2.燃放鞭炮会造成人身和财产的伤害。10%的同学认为:1. 没有考虑过;2.无所谓。 注意:1、要包含所有要点;2、信件的开头和结尾已给出,不计入总词数;3、参考词汇: 燃放鞭炮 set off fireworks Dear Editor, _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________

Yours truly,

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1-10 ABCDBBDABB 11-13DAB 14-16BCD 17.play 18.advice 19.65098821 20. 21:00 21-24 略 25-29 ABBDB 30-34 CCBBC 35-40 CCBACB 41-49DJAFBHCEG 50-64 ACACC DCDCB CCBBD 65-68CADB 69-71DBD 72-75DDCB 76-80BDCAE 1. The police warned drivers not to use/drive on this highway temporarily. 2. He proposed that some changes should be made in government department. 3. We will have to close this shop unless we can get more finance. 4. We should take safety factors into consideration when driving out for play/fun. Anyone who has conscience hopes that China will reunite as soon as possible.

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