高三英语同步测试（2）—（SBⅠ Units 6-10）
1. Where does the conversation happen?
A. In the classroom. B. On the line. C. In Jones’ family.
2. What’s wrong with Jack?
A. He has a cough. B. He has a cold. C. e has a fever.
3. What will the man drink at last?
A. Tea. B. Beer. C. Water.
4. What’s the name of the book?
A. A Tale Of Two Cities. B. My Twenties. C. Our Cities.
5. What are they going to do?
A. They are going to school. B. They are going to work. C. They are going to walk.
6. What colour does the man like from the conversation?
A. Grey. B. Red. C. Black.
7. What does the man want to buy?
A. A book. B. A hat. C. A pen.
8. What is Tom’s favorite sports in summer?
A. Playing tennis. B. Swimming. C. Playing tennis and swimming.
9. What do you know about Bob?
A. He doesn’t like watching football on TV. B. He likes playing football.
C. He likes weightlifting.
10. Where does Marry come from?
A. She comes from London. B. She comes from Manchester.
C. She comes from a small town.
11. In London, the underground is ________.
A. the quickest way of all, but it’s also the cheapest
B. the quickest way of all, but it’s also the dearest
C. just the dearest
12. What way is the cheapest according to the dialogue?
A. By train. B. By bus. C. By underground.
13. What’s the matter with Anne?
A. She lost her job. B. She wants to find a job.
C. She doesn’t know if she should change her present job.
14. Why does Anne want to change her job?
A. She can get more money. B. She doesn’t like her present job.
C. Her present job is not interesting.
15. When should Anne make her decision?
A. Tomorrow. B. Today. C. Next week.
16. What does Robert want to do?
A .He wants to give Anne a hand. B. He also was to get that job.
C. He wants to give Anne a job.
17. When did Susan’s father come back?
A. At 6 o’clock. B. At 8 o’clock. C. At 9 o’clock.
18. Who opened the box?
A. The monkey. B. Susan’s father. C. Susan.
19.What name did Susan want to give to the baby monkey?
A. Billy. B. Holly. C. Tolly.
20. Where did Susan’s father get the monkey?
A. In the forest. B. In the zoo. C. The text doesn’t tell us.
21. The teacher_______ the exam marks on the wall so that the students could see them.
A. put up B. put on C. take down D. take off
22. The climate in Wuhan doesn't_______ me.
A. agree to B. agree with C. agree on D. agree
23. —Can I get you a cup of tea?
A. That's very kind of you B. Thank you for the tea
C. With pleasure D. You can, please
24. All_____ is needed is plenty of books.
A. the thing B. which C. what D. that
25. The student_______ won the first prize is from Class Three.
A. which B. whose C. whom D. who
26. A group of people travelled a long way from Taiwan. Finally they ______ the Red
Cliff in Hu Bei.
A. reached B. reached to C. got D. arrived
27. She could feel her heart______ wildly when she stepped onto the stage.
A. beaten B. beating C. to have beaten D. to be beated
28. Is this the farm _______ you visited last year?
A. the one B. / C. where D. what
29. Is this farm _______you visited last year?
A. where B. that C. which D. the one
30. We often see her_______ in white like a nurse.
A. having on B. wearing C. dressed D. putting on
31. —Why will the sports meet be ______?
—Because the weather report says it will be raining.
A. called off B. called for C. called out D. called on
32. The English teacher said:“________the students have passed this English examination._______ 15 students have not passed.”
A. Not all; At most B. All; At most C. Not all; At least D. All; At first
33. The heavy rain_______ away most of soil,_______ nothing but sand on the surface of the ground.
A. washed; leaving B. kept; and left
C. carried; and leaving D. kept; leaving
34. In the USA, she made a lot of friends _______English well to make herself ______.
A. learned; understood B. learning; understand
C. to learn; understood D. to learn; understood
35. You'll miss the plane ______ you got to the airport on time.
A. if B. as C. when D. unless
With long brown hair, deep blue eyes, a tall and thin figure, Brad Pitt seems to be a born actor. He made his 36 appearance in a film in 1990.Though he 37 in the film for only 14 minutes, people flooded the cinema to see him. In his next 38 Pitt played the role of a fisherman. To make the film 39 , he learned the skill of fishing from a fisherman.
Pitt, caring 40 about roles than money, has a special favour for the“hard” roles. After 41 the screenplay of“Legends of the Fall”, he was attracted by the 42 character. He asked for a lower 43 from the shooting team and was 44 to work in hard conditions in the Rocky Mountains for six months.“The film 45 the chance to know life. I shall 46 remember the time when we were 47 the film,”Pitt said after completing it fully.
Pitt started his 48 of art when he was in university. 48 born in an ordinary family in 1964, he showed his 50 in film at an early age. After leaving high school, he went to university to 51 law. Because he loved film more than law, shortly before he could graduate, he 52 out for a life of his own. With only 325 dollars in 53 sometimes as a porter 54 a waiter. Thanks to his hard work, he 55 opened up a new field of his own.
36. A. last B. first C. second D. other
37. A. was B. worked C. stayed D. appeared
38. A. part B. cinema C. film D. appearance
39. A. earlier B. later C. better D. later
40. A. more B. less C. nothing D. much
41. A. seeing B. writing C. reading D. hearing
42. A. leading B. active C. brave D. shy
43. A. price B. pay C. money D. degree
44. A. sad B. worried C. anxious D. willing
45. A. finds B. leaves C. gives D. misses
46. A. always B. never C. ever D. hardly
47. A. playing B. making C. seeing D. directing
48. A. work B. job C. dream D. show
49. A. Because B. When C. Since D. Though
50. A. hope B. interest C. success D. interest
51. A. break B. teach C. introduce D. study
52. A. fled B. stopped C. dropped D. ran
53. A. hand B. wallet C. pocket D. bag
54. A. but B. and C. or D. otherwise
55. A. nearly B. almost C. already D. finally
The journey two divers made some time ago to the very deepest point on the earth makes us realize how much of the world still remains to be studied. The two men went down seven miles to the bottom of the Pacific Ocean inside a small steel ball to find out if there are any ocean currents(水流) or signs of life.
It was necessary to set out early, so that the ball would come to the surface in daylight, and so be easily found by the mother ship which would be waiting for it. The divers began preparations early in the morning and soon afterwards, when all was ready, the steel ball disappeared under the surface of the water.
The divers felt as if they were going down steps as they passed through warm and cold layers(层) of water. In time the temperature dropped to freezing point. They kept in touch with the mother ship by telephone telling how they felt. Then, at a depth of 3000 feet, the telephone stopped working and they were quite cut off from the outside world. All went well until some four hours later at 30000 feet, the men were frightened by a loud, cracking noise: even the smallest hole in the ball would have meant instant death. Luckily, though, it was only one of the outer windows that had broken. Soon afterwards, the ball touched the soft ocean floor raising a big cloud of“dust”made up of small dead sea creatures. Here, powerful lights lit up the dark water and the men were surprised to see fish swimming just above them quite untroubled by the great water-pressure. But they did not dare to leave the lights on for long, as the heat from them made the water boil. Quite unexpectedly, the telephone began working again and the faint but clear voices of the divers were heard on the mother ship seven miles away. After a stay of thirty min utes the men began their journey up, arriving three hours later, cold and wet through, but none the worse for their experience.
56. The purpose of the divers' journey to the deepest point on the earth was to find_____.
A. if there are water currents and life in the great depths
B. if people can stand the sever cold in the great depths
C. if there are steps in the great depths
D. if the telephone works well in the great depth
57. The divers set out early in the morning so that ______.
A. they could return to the surface during the day
B. they could see at the bottom of the ocean
C. they could avoid the cold at night
D. they could stay long at night
58. Which of the following statements is true?
A. The ocean water temperature decreases steadily with the depth.
B. There are steps on the way to the bottom of the Pacific Ocean.
C. There are steps between the water layers of different temperatures.
D. The water layers of different temperatures made the divers feel as if they were going down steps.
59. On the ocean floor, the divers found that ______.
A. there was no life but some small dead sea-creatures
B. fish were swimming as freely as they do near the surface
C. fish were not swimming freely in the dark water
D. fish were not swimming freely under the high water-pressure
In recent years, Jimmy Carter, the 39th president of the United States has shared with millions of readers the stories and insights gained from a lifetime of public service. Carter’ range of experience is immense: as a farmer and father, sailor and stateman, homebuilder and humanitarian, president and peacemaker, he has brought to an extraordinary life a common touch, and his sense of hope and humanity have been an inspiration to many.
Carter now shares his insights in a uniquely personal way. For years an author in prose, the former American president for the first time gives voice to his thoughts in poems.
60. Jimmy Carter leads _____ life now.
A. a sad B. a rich C. an ordinary D. an honorary
61. Jimmy Carter had been ______before he became President.
A. farmer B. fisherman C. businessman D. lawyer
62. In America you can become President when _____.
A. you have a lot of money B. you want to
C. you help a lot the others D. you win the Election
63. Which of the statements is true?
A. Cater wrote a lot of poems before. B. Carter could not write anything actually.
C. Carter gave up writing years ago. D. Cater began to write poems recently.
64. The best title for the passage is .
A. How to become a President in America B. How to live a President's life in America
C. To be President is not easy in America D. President life of a former president in America
Have you ever been in a meeting while, someone was making a speech and realized suddenly that your mind was a million miles away? You probably felt sorry and made up
your mind to pay attention and never have been told that daydreaming is a waste of time.
“On the contrary,” says L. Giambra, an expert in psychology, “daydreaming is quite necessary. Without it, the mind couldn't get done all the thinking it has to do during a normal day: You can't possibly do all your thinking with a conscious (有意识的) mind. Instead, your unconscious mind is working out problems all the time. Daydreaming then may be one way that the conscious and unconscious states of mind have silent dialogues.”
Early experts in psychology paid no attention to the importance of daydreams or even considered them harmful. At one time daydreaming was thought to be a cause of some mental illnesses. They did not have a better understanding of daydreams until the late 1980s. Eric Klinger, a professor of psychology, is the writer of the book Daydreaming. Klinger says, “We know now that daydreaming is one of the main ways that we organize our lives, learn from our experiences, and plan for our futures: Daydreams really are a window on the things we fear and the things we long for in life.” Daydreams are usually very simple and direct, quite unlike sleep dreams, which may be hard to understand. It's
easier to gain a deep understanding of your life by paying close attention to your daydreams than by trying to examine your sleep dreams carefully, Daydreams help you recognize the difficult situations in your life and find out a possible way of dealing with them. Daydreams cannot be predicted, they move off in unexpected direction which may be creative and full of ideas. For many famous artists and scientists, daydreams were and
are a main source of creative energy.
65. The writer of this passage considers daydreams______.
A. hard to understand B. important and helpful
C. harmful and unimportant D. the same as sleep dreams
66. Which of the following is true?
A. An unconscious mind can work all the problems out.
B. Daydreaming can give artists and scientists ideas for creation.
C. Professor Eric Klinger has a better idea than L.Giambra.
D. Early experts didn't understand what daydreams were.
67. Experts now believe that______.
A. daydreams cause some mental illnesses
B. daydreams are not easy to control and they are direct
C. the more daydreams you have, the more you'll achieve
D. people fear as well as long for daydreams
68. What is the main difference between daydreams and sleep dreams?
A. People have daydreams and sleep dreams at different times.
B. Daydreams are the result of unconscious mind while sleep dreams are that of conscious mind.
C. Daydreams are easier to understand.
D. Daydreams are more helpful in solving problems.
Tom Dyson tried to find out what his new machine could do. One day he fixed the small box to a flowering plant that was growing in a pot. He didn't say anything at all, but he began to think some cruel thoughts.“I'm going to cut off these flowers. They're getting old and ugly. So I'll cut them off”.
The needle on the machine climbed quickly from zero to 8, then 10,12,15. It stopped at 17. The plant was in trouble! Something was worrying it. Was it fear or sadness? The thought of being cut? The flowers bent their heads. They suddenly looked old and tired, and Tom felt sorry for them. “No, no!” he cried. “I won't cut you. You're my friends. I just want you to grow and be lovely. I'll take you outside, into the sunshine. You'll like that, won't you?”
The flowers lifted their heads slowly and seemed to smile at him. The needle returned to zero. Tom put away the machine, picked up the plant, and walked outside. It
was very nice in the garden that morning.
All plants enjoy their owner's love and care and kindness. They know the sound of their voice. They also seem to understand people's thoughts. So if you have flowers of your own, think about them with love. They will return your kindness in the only way they can; they will grow strong and beautiful.
69. Choose the right order of the events given in the passage.
a. The needle pointed to 17. b. Tom felt sorry for the flowers.
c. Tom thought of cutting off the flowers. d. The flowers looked old and tired.
e. Tom fixed the machine to a plant. f. Tom took the plant outside.
g. The needle returned to zero. h. Tom cried, “I won't cut you.”
A. e; a; g; h; d; b; e; f B. c; e; d; a; b; h; g; f
C. e; c; a; d; h; b; f; g D. e; c; a; d; b; h; g; f
70. The only way in which plants can show their love is _____.
A. enjoying their owner's love B. growing nicely
C. holding up their heads D. smiling at their owners
71. Which of the following is true according to the passage?
A. Tom wanted to cut off the flowers with a knife.
B. Tom said nothing, but the flowers could understand him.
C. The machine didn't work properly and Tom felt sad.
D. The flowers were getting badlooking and refused to grow.
How to protect children Web fans from unsuitable material online while encouraging them to use the Internet has long been discussed in the US.
For some parents, the Internet can seem like a jungle, filled with danger for their children. But jungles contain wonders as well as danger and with good guides, some education, and a few precautions (预防), the wilds of the Internet can be safely navigated. “Kids have to be online. If we tell our kids they can't be allowed to surf the Internet, we're 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 would be to use
what is known as a “content screener”. But this can't be wholly reliable (可靠), 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 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 online.
—Tell your child not to give online 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.
72. What is the main subject about the passage?
A. Opposing children's online. B. Internet in America.
C. American children going online. D. Appreciating the Internet.
73. What is the best way to protect children from improper material?
A. To talk to the children and persuade them to tell right from wrong.
B. To be nearby when they are surfing the Internet.
C. To fix a content screener on the computer.
D. To buy some search engines for children.
74. Which of the following is right according to the passage?
A. Surfing the Internet is the best way of educating children.
B. Using a content screener is most reliable for keeping children having ways to the Internet.
C. Searching engines can help children to select materials fit for them.
D. Children's not having chances to go to the Internet may have effect on their progress.
75.According to the passage, we can infer that_______.
A. softwares fit for children want programming
B. the Internet contains a lot of harmful sites
C. the Internet will be protected by law
D. a child who is online is in danger
Dinner on Children's Day
On Children's Day last year, our city held an interested 76. _________
activity, in which children and their parents play the rich 77. _________
and the poor. In the dinner, the rich could have more delicious 78. _________
food, but the poor could only have bread with porridge(粥). 79. _________
Parents both hoped to have the dinner for the poor with the 80. _________
children. They hoped that their children could be taught the 81. _________
lesson from the dinner.
Now many people on earth don't have enough food and clothes. 82. _________
Every day only one half the world could enjoy enough food. 83. _________
The activity was held to make the families understand the 84. _________
differences from the poor and the rich and also make the parents 85. _________
know that too much material life won't always do good to the children.
M: Hello. May I have a word with Jones?
W: I’ll just see if she’s in.
W: Jack, have you been coughing?
M: I cough a lot, but I don’t have a fever.
M: Well, I am rather thirsty. Please give me two glasses of beer.
W: Sorry. I haven’t. What about tea?
M: Do you have the book named A Tale of Two Cities?
W: Let me see… Ah, here it is.
M: Thank you. How long may I keep it?
W: Two weeks.
W: It’s a beautiful evening, Tom. Why don’t we go out for a walk?
M: That’s a fine idea. I’d like to walk around our school.
M: Can I help you?
W: I want to buy a pen.
M: How about this grey one?
W: This one looks nice, but I don’t like grey.
M: Could you tell me what colour you like?
W: Can you show me that red one?
W: I haven’t had much exercise this holiday. What do you usually do for relaxation, Tom?
M: For relaxation, I like to play tennis and swim in the summer. My favorite winter sport is skating. You have a favorite sport, don’t you?
W: Yes, my favorite sport is long distance race and I do like to sit and fish. Have you ever been to any ball games?
M: Yes, I’ve been to many football games and I like to play also. Team sports are enjoyable.
W: Yes, team sports are fun. I enjoy watching football on TV, but my friend Bob doesn’t like it.
M: I also like weight-lifting. I think lifting weights will build arm and shoulder muscles.
M: Mary, do you really like London? It must be very different from your home town.
W: Well, yes, it is. I come from a small town, much smaller than London. You come from Manchester, a much bigger town than mine, so life in London isn’t very different for you.
M: Yes. I suppose it must be quite different in a small town. But do you like living and working here? Isn’t it more difficult to get from your to your office?
W: Oh, yes. It’s easier at home. There I can alwa home ys go to work on foot; but in London I have to go by Underground. The Underground is the quickiest way of all; but it’s also the dearest.
M: I usually go by bus. It’s cheaper than the Underground for me. And it’s more interesting to look out of the window of a London bus. It is certainly the cheapest way to see the most interesting things in London.
M: What’s the matter, Anne? Do you have a problem?
W: Yes. I have a chance to get another job and I don’t know what to do.
M: If it’s a better job than you have now, take it. That’s my advice.
W: It isn’t as easy as that, Robert. I like the job I have now very much. The people in my office are very nice and my work is interesting.
M: What about the salary? Would you get more money? That could effect me if I had to make a choice.
W: Yes, the salary is better. If I accept the job, I’ll get more money right away. What should I do? I have to let them know my decision today.
M: You’ll just have to decide for yourself, Anne. I’ll be anxious to know what you do. I’d like to try my luck, if you decide not to take it.
It was six o’clock when Susan’s father came back from work. He brought home a big box. “What’s in the box, Dad?” Susan asked.“We have a new baby in the family.” her father said. SuSan felt even surprised. “Is the baby in the box?” asked SuSan. “Where did you get it?” Her father asked her to open it.
When Susan opened the box she let out a cry of excitement. “Oh, a baby monkey. What a lovely monkey! I like him very much!” She cried.
“I'd like to name him Billy. I’ll teach him to eat like a human being.” Susan said. She bought the monkey a bowl, and a spoon. She let him sit beside her at the dinner table and eat dinner with her family.
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单项选择：21—25 ABADD 26—30 ABBDC 31—35 ACACD
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82.and→or 83. half∧→of 84.√
Teachers and schoolmates,
It is six o'clock in the afternoon. I'm now giving the weather forecast as usual. From midnight to 2:00 tomorrow morning there will be strong north wind blowing across our town and the temperature will drop by 5-8℃.Also there will be showers tomorrow morning. Therefore be sure to close all the windows when you leave your classroom tonight and when you get up tomorrow morning. Please put on more clothes in order to protect yourself catching cold.
That's all. Thank you.