上海交通大学附属中学 2009-2010 学年度第一学期 高三英语期中试卷
分钟完成。答案一律写在答题卡、答题纸上) (满分 150 分,120 分钟完成。答案一律写在答题卡、答题纸上)
第 I 卷 (共 105 分) 共
I. Listening Comprehension (
  30) Part A Short Conversations (
  10) Directions: In this part 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.
  1. A. Last week. B. On Friday. C. On Monday. B. At a friend's home D. At a birthday party. B. ?
  5. B. At work. C. ?
  5.50 C. On the way home. B. He was coming later. D. He wasn't invited. B. Bob never smokes. D. Bob goes out before she says anything to him. C. At the beach. C. At 10:
  40. C. Dalian. D. At a restaurant. D. At 5:
  20. D. Shanghai. D. ?
  6. D. On the train. D. Yesterday.

  2. A. At a department store. C. At a bakery.
  3. A. ?
  4.
  50.
  4. A. In the street.

  5. A. He suddenly decided not to come. C. He forgot to come.
  6. A. Bob can't hear very well. C. Bob never listens to her.
  7. A. On a boat trip.
  8. A. At 10:
  05.
  9. A. Beijing.
B. In a cinema. B. At 5:
  10. B. Guangzhou.

  10. A. She bought a new computer. B. She watched the volleyball match from the computer. C. She was busy in her office. D. She was not interested in the volleyball match. Part B Passages (
  12) Directions: In Part B, you will hear two short passages, and you will be asked three questions on each of the passages. The passages will be read twice, but the questions will be spoken only once. When you hear a question, read the four possible answers on your paper and decide which one would be the best answer to the question you have
heard. Question 11 through 13 are based on the following passage.
  11. A. Bread. B. Ketchup. C. Potatoes. D. French fried potatoes.

  12. A. People often have hamburgers with ketchup. B. A hamburger is young people's favorite food. C. A hamburger is children's idea of a good meal. D. Old people don't like hamburgers.
  13. A. It is easy for people to get hamburgers. B. Many people have their hamburgers outside restaurants. C. Hamburgers are often delivered to homes. D. Hamburgers are popular in America. Question 14 through 16 are based on the following passage.
  14. A. Last November. B. On Thursday. C. In 16
  21. D. In 18
  21.

  15. A. On the first Thursday of November. B. On the fourth Thursday of November. C. On the first Tuesday of November. D. On the fourth Tuesday of November.
  16. A. Because most football fans have a holiday and stay at home. B. Because the Indians taught the English settlers to play football. C. Because large families often play football together. D. Because football is an old-time tradition in America. Part C Longer Conversations ( 8 ) Directions: In Part C, you will 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 The man has come to the office... The man has been in computer programming... The man worked... for an (
  17). for(
  18) years. in a (
  19) family-owned company.
The firm will be in touch with the man... Complete the form.
(
  20).
Write ONE WORD for each answer.
Blanks 21 through 24 are based on the following conversation. What is the caller's name? Which of the woman's flights has been reconfirmed? When did the woman make her reservations for the flights? How does the airlines clerk promise to help the caller? (
  21) (
  22) (
  23) By (
  24)
Complete the form. Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer. Ⅱ. Grammar and Vocabulary (
  25) Section A (
  16)
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. On the large board in the main hall of the airport, you can easily find the different destinations which airlines can take you. A. in B. of C. by D. to

  26. Often, the fact that unemployed people get help from government this from happening, but not always. A. to prevent B. prevents C. preventing D. prevented

  27. Most people don’t think of a stamp as a receipt, but that is it really is a proof of just how much money you paid in advance for mail delivery. A. who B. how C. what D. why

  28. In his lecture, the education expert emphasized the fact that nowadays children are exposed to many influences that of their families. A. rather than B. other than C. except for D. but for

  29. While learning to cook, Marge found that cooking was much harder than the most difficult chemistry experiments: beans and chicken burn and stick to the pan. A. should B. must C. need D. would

  30. The police helicopter managed to land on the roof and rescued all the people the fire burnt up to the top of the building.
A. after
B. before
C. until
D. while

  31. It was only after he had spent several nights digging around the cross he decided to write to Kit Williams to find out if he was wasting his time there. A. that B. how C. and which D. what

  32. There is little, , farming in that area and all you can see is miles of wild countryside. A. if so B. if such C. if not D. if any

  33. The activities of the international marketing researchers are frequently much boarder than . A. the domestic marketers have C. those of the domestic marketers B. the domestic marketers do D. that which has the domestic marketers

  34. to the reproductive rates of other small mammals, that of the bat is very low indeed. A. Compared B. It is compared C. To be comparing D. Have compared

  35. Clara Bow, a popular actress in the 1920’s, retired she was unable to make the transition from silent films to sound films. A. though B. nevertheless C. because D. provided

  36. Earthquakes can damage a tree violently, and it can take several years for the tree to heal. A. to cause shaking C. by causing it to shake B. when causes it shaking D. to cause to shake it

  37. Tornados, powerful and destructive wind storms, occur most often in the spring when hot winds over flat land encounter heavy cold air A. which to rise B. risen C. are rising D. rising

  38. Probably no man had more effect on the daily lives of most people in the United States Henry, Ford, a pioneer in automobile production. A. as was B. than was C. than did D. as did

  39. Not until actually faced with water scarcity appreciate the value of water to a region. A. one can B. one cannot C. can one D. cannot one

  40. The picture exhibition bored me to death. I wish I to it. A. have not gone Section B (
  9) B. did not go C. can not have gone D. had not gone
Directions: Complete the following passage by using the words in the box. Each word can only be used once. Note that there is one word more than you need.
A. comprehending AB. pronounce
B. industry AC. flooding
C. range AD. valued
D. enhance BC. operating
E. adopted BD. tend
THE speeches of US President Barack Obama have become the favorite way for Japanese to study the English language. Japanese publishers have been 41 the market with over a dozen language-learning titles. Companies are trying to tap into a foreign-language teaching 42 that the Yano Research Institute said was 43 at 767 billion yen ($
  8.6 billion) in 20
  08. Why is there such a massive Japanese market for recordings and books of Obama's speeches? Japanese say that listening to Obama speak is a sure-fire way to 44 their English-speaking skills. Most Japanese, including those studying English, would have difficulty 45 a speech given by a native English speaker. But “Obama's English is easy to understand because he can 46 words clearly and speaks at a relatively slow clip,” said Professor Tadaharu Nikaido, a communication specialist. “Movies 47 to be the most difficult for Japanese, especially when actors mumble their words.” Obama sets his 48 of vocabulary wide enough to accommodate all levels of English speakers, Nikaido added, and at the lower end, it sometimes comes within the range of non-native speakers' comprehension. The Obama speech phenomenon has given way to more books and magazines that focus on how Obama's communication skills might be 49 in Japan for business and political purposes. At least half a dozen books and magazine covers of this kind have appeared in the past several months in Japan. III. Reading Comprehension Section A (
  15) 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 best fits the context. (
  50)
Nothing seems more inevitable than aging and death not even taxes. Every plant, animal and person you have ever seen will 50 die. But some recent research suggests that aging as we know it may not be inevitable. Indeed, as our 51 of it grows, aging can be seen not as an unchangeable reality from which there is no escape, but as the product of biological processes that we may be able to 52 someday. We already know that some animals do not seem to age. Many cold-water ocean fish and some amphibians (两栖 动物) never 53 a fixed size; they continue to grow bigger, to be able to reproduce and to live until something kills them. What these 54 seem to be telling us is that something in their genes and possibly in ours
controls the 55 of aging, and that aging is not the fate of every living thing. 56 the history of life on earth, one of the most common difficulties that animals ( and their cells) have faced has been a lack of food. About 70 years ago, scientists discovered that when animals are forced to live on 30 to 40 percent fewer calories ( 卡路里 ) than they would 57 eat, something unusual happens: they become 58 to most age-related diseases cancer, heart disease, diabetes (糖尿病) and live 30 to 50 percent longer. Restricting calories 59 aging. But what are the 60 genes that preserve vitality( 生命力 ) and starve off diseases? About 15 years ago, armed with powerful new molecular-research techniques, a few scientists began to 61 these genetic phenomena. They have discovered that a gene called Sir2 which is present in all animals, including humans is 62 for the health benefits of calorie restriction, perhaps by repairing our DNA. But if we had to restrict our calorie intake by 30 to 40 percent, would it be of any 63 use? Few of us would be capable of restricting our diets so severely that we were constantly 64 : whether or not it made life longer, it would surely make life feel longer.
  50. A. suddenly
  51. A. desire
  52. A. develop
  53. A. reach
  54. A. objects
  55. A. nature
  56. A. Through
  57. A. rarely
  58. A. resistant
  59. A. quickens
  60. A. horrible
  61. A. investigate
  62. A. famous
  63. A. fashionable
  64. A. happy Section B (
  30) B. eventually B. feeling B. design B. acquire B. samples B. system B. Throughout B. occasionally B. similar B. slows B. extra B. illustrate B. generous B. practical B. depressed C. separately C. dream C. control C. need C. items C. pace C. Beyond C. normally C. essential C. avoids C. specific C. record C. responsible C. immediate C. hungry, D. unexpectedly D. understanding D. solve D. display D. creatures D. condition D. Across D. mainly D. accessible D. overcomes D. original D. prove D. convenient D. daily D. scared
Directions: Read the following 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 one that fits according to the information given in the passage you have just read. (A) When I saw the notice “Women film extras wanted” in a local newspaper, I jumped at the chance. Since childhood, I had dreamt of being a film star. The casting interview went well, and two days later I was told that I had been chosen. I was to lose some of my enthusiasm for the idea, however. Extras are often left in the dark for some time as to which role they will play. Finally the nature of my role was revealed: I was asked to play a mental hospital patient. Despite my disappointment, I agreed to participate. Then, barely a week later, the day of filming dawned. All 13 of us extras, mainly housewives, were driven to an old hospital. The coffee and tea they served us looked and tasted like cement. Then we were rushed off to make-up. My hair was pinned back and make-up was applied that gave me a pale appearance. Then we just sat in a minibus for a few hours, as the cameras rolled elsewhere. After the second hour had passed I was becoming bored. I bet stars are never treated like this, I thought. I had expected to be so busy that I hadn’t come prepared for a long wait. Many of the others had brought a book or knitting. Three ho
 

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