长郡中学 2007 届高三第三次月考
时量：120 分钟 总分：150 分
第Ⅰ卷（三部分，共 115 分）
第一部分：听力（共两节，满分 30 分）
第一节（共 5 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 7.5 分）
听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有一个小题，从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最佳选项，
并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后，你有 10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每
1. Where does the conversation take place?
A. At a hotel B. At a café. C. At a restaurant.
2. How much is an envelope?
A. 5 events B. 4 cents C. 20 cents.
3. What does the woman advise the man to do?
A. Leave his job to work for her.
B. Bring her flowers every day.
C. Quit delivering flowers.
4. What is Frank planning to do?
A. Move to a big city.
B. Become a teacher.
C. Go back to school.
5. Why does Susan want to live in the city?
A. Life in the suburb is lonely.
B. Jobs are easier to find in the city.
C. She is working in the city.
第二节（共 15 小题，每小题 1.5 分，满分 22.5 分）
听下面五段对话或独白。 每段对话或独白后有几个小题， B、
从题中所给的 A、 C 三个选项中选出
秒钟；听完后，各小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。
听下面一段材料，回答第 6 和第 7 题。
6. Why does the woman say she likes the study group?
A. Because it meets at her house.
B. Because everyone is serious and helpful.
C. Because they studied Professor Martin’s lecture.
7. How does the man seem to feel about professor Martin’s class?
A. Excited B. Disappointed C. Embarrassed.
听下面一段材料，回答第 8 至第 10 题。
8. If a B is not a bad grade, why is the man so upset?
A. It took him weeks to finish the project.
B. The woman doesn’t understand his problem.
C. Ames got an A with less work.
9. What does the woman suggest the man do?
A. To get his grade changed.
B. To speak to the teacher.
C. To forget about the whole thing.
10. What does the woman think of the man’s grade?
A. It is not a bad grade.
B. It is unfair to the man.
C. She has no opinion.
听下面一段材料，回答第 11 至第 13 题。
11. Where does this conversation take place?
A. At the office. B. Over the phone. C. At the man’s home.
12. What does the man have to do in order to get his driving license?
A. He should have his body examined including his eyes.
B. He has to take a driving test.
C. He has to take a written test.
13. Where is the man now?
A. In Boston B. In New Jersey. C. In New York
听下面一段材料，回答第 14 至第 17 题。
14.What is the conversation mainly about?
A. How to care for precious metals.
B. A standard unit for measuring weight.
C. The value of precious metals.
15. How was the weight used?
A. To check the accuracy of scales
B. To calculate the density of other metals.
C. To observe changes in the atmosphere.
16. Why was it necessary to replace the old standard weight?
A. Someone spilled water on it.
B. Someone lost it.
C. It was made of low quality metal.
17. What does Dr. Thomas probably think about the cost of the new weight?
A. It is a small amount to pay for so much precious metal.
B. It is difficult to judge the value of such an object.
C. It is reasonable for an object with such an important function.
第三节 填空（共 3 小题；每题 1.5 分，满分 4.5 分）
听下面一段材料，从所听到的内容中获取必要信息，将 18—20 小题补充完整，每空不超过 3
个单词，听力材料朗读两遍。你有 45 秒的答题时间。
Professor Armstrong The laboratory instructor
Dr. Smith The teacher (18)_______________ of the course
The class Will meet (19) __________________
The laboratory Begins at nine
(20)_______________________ Equally important
Long hair Must be tied back
Large clothing Must not be worn
第二部分：英语知识运用（共两节，满分 50 分）
第一节 单项填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 20 分）
21. Oh, no! That’s _________ risk I’m not prepared to _______________.
A. a; take B. the ; take C. a; do D. the; do
22. ---Do you regret having left your first job?
---Why should I? I ________ as much, but I enjoy more of it.
A. didn’t earn B. don’t earn C. hadn’t earn D. haven’t earned
23. In a sports team each player has a clear role, and there are few occasions _______ members are confused
or uncertain of their roles.
A. which B. when C. that D. how
24. Nobody wants to make friends with the boy ___________ money.
A. suspected of having stolen B. suspecting to steal
C. suspected having stolen D. suspecting to have stolen
25. I know you’re new in the job, but __________ me and you’ll be all right .
A. stick to B. stick with C. stick out D. stick around
26. With the fact that he’s a good deal younger than the rest of us ____________ into account I think he has
done pretty well indeed.
A. taking B. to take C. taken D. to be taken
27. His private actions are in direct __________ with his publicly expressed opinion.
A. conversation B. contradiction C. contribution D. connection
28. Everyone says our team will win , but I’m _______________ it.
A. sure about B. confident of C. skeptical of D. concerned about
29. I think should __________ the cost equally among us. What do you think?
A. divide B. distribute C. separate D. expand
30. A 23-year-old woman was found guilty__________ murder at the Central Court today.
A. of B. for C. about D. in
31. We needn’t get ready yet; the guests_________ come for another hour.
A. mustn’t B. shan’t C. shouldn’t D. needn’t
32. It was not until dark _________ he found ________ he thought was the correct way to solve the problem.
A. that; what B. that; that C. when; what D. when; that
33. ----Why didn’t you help the little boy?
----Oh, sorry. He had struggled to his feet ________ I ran over.
A. until B. after C. before D. since
34. Bacon once said no other pleasure could equal _______ of reading a good book.
A. any B. one C. that D. those
35.With the aid of the most advanced equipment, new facts about the ancient pyramids in Egypt have
A. brought to light B. seen the light C. thrown light D. come to light
第二节完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1.5 分， 满分 30 分）
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
My life story
Sometimes, when I look at the pile of school books and my reflection in the mirror,
No, it's not 36 unhappiness, just the realization that everything's going so
37 . It seemed like yesterday I was still a little girl in 7th Grade. 38 being a
freshman looks 39 enough to touch, if I reach out my hand? I can almost feel the
responsibilities, the burdens of 40 , pressing against my shoulders.
Yes, I'm still a 41 in many ways. I do not want to grow up and actually I'm fighting
against it. But I know it is a losing 42 . And as I have realized that, I come to the
43 where I have to 44 what I want to do with my life.
What I never told anyone was that I want the 45 life: I want to go to the university
only ten-minutes walk away, to be 46 my family and friends, to get a job in this city.
I want to live with my parents (I can't remember the 47 time I called them mommy and
daddy) and be a little girl 48 .
You see, being ordinary is all very 49 . I like being ordinary most times ,but
I like being exceptional 50 . What I do not want is to become one of those people whose
51 have been washed away by time. I do not want to be someone who lives everyday 52
about the next day's salary, someone whose highlight is to have a good table for poker (扑
克), someone who can say 53 when a child asks for a life story. As boring as life stories
are, isn't it 54 to have nothing to tell?
This is my life story 55 , and I hope I have more to tell in the future.
36. A. as usual B. as if C. because of D. in general
37. A. fast B. strange C. difficult D. wrong
38. A. But B. So C. Though D. When
39. A. wonderful B. likely C. soon D. close
40. A. history B. family C. competing others D. growing up
41. A. pupil B. loser C. child D. fighter
42. A. battle B. dream C. goal D. wonderland
43. A. conclusion B. point C. place D. limit
44. A. think B. decide C. know D. tell
45. A. ordinary B. comfortable C. easy D. great
46. A. around B. near C. beside D. for
47. A. only B. happy C. fun D. last
48. A. then B. instead C. forever D. otherwise
49. A. well B. simple C. right D. natural
50. A. indeed B. more C. lately D. least
51. A. stories B. dreams C. interests D. news
52. A. worrying B. caring C. setting D. complaining
53. A. no B. nothing C. something D. such
54. A. sad B. right C. silly D. funny
55. A. in fact B. after all C. so far D. in all
第三部分：阅读理解（共 20 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 40 分）
阅读下列短文，从每题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项。
It was a cold night in September. The rain was drumming on the car roof as George and
Marie Winston drove through the empty country roads towards the house of their friends,
the Harrisons, where they were going to attend a party to celebrate the engagement of the
Harrisons' daughter, Lisa. As they drove, they listened to the local radio station，which
was playing classical music.
Suddenly the music on the radio was interrupted by a news announcement:
“The Cheshire police have issued a serious warning after a man escaped from Colford
Mental Hospital earlier this evening. The man, John Downey, is a murderer who killed six
people before he was captured two years ago. He is described as large, very strong and
extremely dangerous. People in the Cheshire area are warned to keep their doors and windows
locked, and to call the police immediately if they see anyone acting strangely.”
Marie shivered. “A crazy killer. And he's out there somewhere. That's scary.”
“Don't worry about it,” said her husband. “We're nearly there now. But this car is
losing power for some reason.”
As he spoke, the car began to slow down. Finally they rolled to a halt, as the engine
died completely. Just as they stopped, George pulled the car off the road, and it came to
rest under a large tree,
“Blast!” said George angrily. “Now we'll have to walk in the rain."
“But that'll take us an hour at least," said Marie, "And I have my high-heeled shoes
and my nice clothes on. They'll be ruined!”
“Well, you'll have to wait while I run to the nearest house and call the Harrisons.
Someone can come out and pick us up,” said George.
“But George! Have you forgotten what the radio said?”
“You'll have to hide in the back of the car. Lock all the doors and lie on the floor
in the back, under this blanket. No one will see you. When I come back, I'll knock three
times on the door. Then you can get up and open it. Don't open it unless you hear three
knocks,” George opened the door and slipped out into the rain. He quickly disappeared into
Marie quickly locked the door and settled down under the blanket in the back for a
Suddenly she heard three slow knocks, one after the other, also on the roof of the
car. Was it her husband? Should she open the door? Then she heard another knock, and another.
This was not her husband. It was somebody — or something else. She was shaking with fear,
but she forced herself to lie still. The knocking continued—bump, bump, bump, bump.
Many hours later, as the sun rose, she was still lying there. The knocking had never
stopped all night long. She did not know what to do. Where was George? Why had he not come
Suddenly, she heard the sound of three or four vehicles, racing quickly down the road.
Someone had come! Marie sat up quickly and looked out of the window.
The three vehicles were all police cars. Several policemen leapt out. One of them rushed
towards the car as Marie opened the door. He took her by the hand.
“Get out of the car and walk with me to the police vehicle. Miss! You're safe now.
Look straight ahead. Keep looking at the police car. Don't look back. Just don't look back.”
Something in the way he spoke filled Marie with cold horror. She could not help herself.
About ten yards from the police car, she stopped, turned and looked back at the empty vehicle.
George was hanging from the tree above the car, a rope tied around his neck. As the
wind blew his body back and forth, his feet were bumping gently on the roof of the car—bump,
bump, bump, bump.
56. What was the reason for the news announcement on the radio?
A. Six people, including John Downey, had been murdered.
B. A dangerous prisoner had escaped.
C. The police were warning of accidents on the roads in the bad weather.
D. Some people had been seen acting strangely in the Cheshire area.
57. Why did Marie stay in the car when George left?
A. She was afraid to go out in the dark.
B. So no-one would steal the car.
C. Her clothes weren't suitable for the rain.
D. She wanted to get some sleep.
58. Where did George set off to walk to?
A. the Mental Hospital
B. the nearest house
C. the Harrisons’ house
D. the police station
59. Why did the policeman tell her not to look back when he brought her out of the car?
A. He didn't want her to see the body of her husband.
B. The killer was waiting behind her.
C. He wanted her to forget everything that had happened during the night.
D. He didn't want her to see the damage done to the car.
Material Girl no more? Madonna says writing children’s books is more satisfying than
being a movie star.
Her book, The English Roses, went on sale on September 15th, appearing in 100 countries
and in 30 languages as the first in her series of tales for children. The pop diva (女
歌唱家), whose only book until now was the 1992 photo essay titled “Sex”, said she wrote
the books to teach children some of the life lessons she’s learned over the years.
“The most fun that I’ve had of all the things I’ve done successfully has been to
write these books. A lot of it has to do with the fact that I’m not doing it to become
more famous, and I’m not doing it to become richer. I’m doing it because I want to share
something I know with children.”
list. The first print is 1 million copies worldwide, with more than 750,000 in the United
States. The English Roses is about a friendship shared by four girls and their mutual (共
同的) envy of a beautiful classmate, with illustrations (插图) by fashion artist Jeffrey
“There is one life-giving force in the world,” Madonna declared. “When we disconnect
from this life-giving force, that’s when we bring pain and suffering into our lives. Each
of the stories has to do with different ways you disconnect from God. ”Madonna also said
she was deeply affected by the experience of raising two children, Lourdes, 6, and Rocco,
3. The English Roses is the latest among a growing number of celebrity written children’s
The next book in the series, “Mr Peabody’s Apples,” will be out in November. Each
tale is set in a different time and place and has new characters and different illustrators.
60. How many books does Madonna’s series of tales include?
A. At least 3. B.4. C. At least 2. D. 6.
61. According to the idea of Madonna, the underlined phrase “life-giving force” in
Paragraph 5 refers to .
A. The English Roses. B. God C. Mr Peabody’s Apples. D. her life
62. According to the passage, Madonna wrote the book The English Roses in order to .
A. provide children with fun B. teach children some life lessons
C. teach children how to become famous D. share her success with children
Most people agree that the direct, assertive(过分自信的) American personality is a
virtue, but it sometimes surprises foreigners. In many cultures, respect for older people
or those in positions of authority keeps others from expressing their true feelings. But
in the U.S, children often argue with their parents, students may disagree with their
teachers, and citizens may express opposition to the actions of the government. If the soup
has a fly in it or the meat is too tough to chew, the diner can complain to the waiter,
if the boss makes a mistake, an employee will politely point it out.
Some straight talk about the American character must include the admission that
Americans have their faults. The extremely competitive nature of Americans is probably their
worst fault. Of course, competition isn’t always bad. As a matter of fact, it promotes
excellence by encouraging individuals and businesses to try to do their best. But the desire
to get ahead of others sometimes causes people to do things that are unkind and even dishonest.
Also, Americans admire what is practical, fast, efficient, and fresh. Sometimes they fail
to understand and appreciate practices that have greater respect for more traditional,
leisurely ways of doing things. On the other hand, people from other cultures may dislike
the practical, challenging American lifestyle.
Despite culture differences, most foreigners give Americans credit for their virtues.
Americans are generally viewed as friendly, adaptable, energetic, and kindhearted. Most
newcomers to the U.S. like Americans, and the feeling is usually mutual. Perhaps the greatest
American virtue is a deep interest in new ideas and new people. In a nation of immigrants,
the foreigner does not remain an outsider for long.
63.In order to show the respect for older people,. .
A. people from some other cultures will always express their true feeling
B. people from some other cultures may sometimes hide their true feeling
C. Americans always show their true feelings
D. Americans usually argue with them
64.Why is the extremely competitive nature considered as one of American faults?
A. Because people from other cultures fear competition.
B. Because only American people own it.
C. Because it will make people forget leisure.
D. Because it may sometimes urge people to do something bad.
65.It can be inferred from the passage that . .
A. American people are more critical of everything than people from other cultures
B. the author believes that American character has more faults than virtues
C. the author admires American virtues as they are viewed as competitive and anti
D. it is difficult for newcomers to get on with Americans
66.The passage mainly talks about . .
A. American virtues B. American characters
C. American faults D. American lifestyles
Years ago, when I started looking for my first job, wise advisers said, "Barbara, be
enthusiastic! Enthusiasm will take you further than any amount of experience." How right
"Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm," wrote Ralph Waldo Emerson. It
is the paste that helps you hang on there when the going gets tough. It is the inner voice
that whispers, "I can do it! " when others shout, “No, you can t!” It took years and
years for the early work of Barbara Me—Clintock, a geneticist(遗传学家) who won the 1983
Nobel Prize in medicine, to be generally accepted. Yet she didn't let up on her
experiments. Work was such a deep pleasure for her that she never thought of stopping.
We are all born with wide—eyed, enthusiastic wonder and it is this childlike wonder
that gives enthusiastic people such youthful air, whatever their age. At 90, cellist(大
提琴家)Pablo Casals would start his day by playing Bach(巴赫). As the music flowed through
his fingers, his bent shoulders would straighten and joy would reappear in his eyes. As
author and poet Samuel once wrote, "Years make the skin old, but to give up enthusiasm makes
the soul old."
Enthusiastic people also love what they do, regardless of money, tide or power. Patricia
Mcllrath, retired director of the Missouri Repertory Theater in Kansas City, was once asked
where she got her enthusiasm. She replied, "My father, a lawyer, long ago told me, I never
made a penny until I stopped working for money.
If we cannot do what we love as a full- time career, we can do it as a hobby. Elizabeth
Layton of Wellsville, Kan, was 68 before she began to draw. This activity ended her
sadness that had troubled her for at least 30 years, and the quality of her work led one
critic （评论员) to say, "I am persuaded to call Layton a genius."
We can't afford to waste tears on "might —have —beens". We need to turn the
tears into sweat as we go after "what-can-be". We need to live each moment whole-
heartedly, with all our senses ——— finding pleasure in the sweet smell of a backyard
garden, the simple picture of a six-year-old, and the beauty of a rainbow.
67. The passage mainly shows us _____.
A, enthusiasm is the basic element of everything
B. enthusiasm, helps us to succeed to a greater degree
C. enthusiasm makes us experience more life
D. we can do nothing without enthusiasm
68. From the example of the Nobel Prize winner Barbara McClintock, we may find _____.
A. enthusiasm can encourage us in difficult times
B. enthusiastic people always get a deep pleasure from work
C. you can’t make any achievement if you have no enthusiasm
D. enthusiastic people are sure to gain great fame in the end
69. The underlined sentence in Paragraph Three suggests ______.
A. time and tide wait for no man
B. we grow old as time goes on
C. people feel young with enthusiasm
D. our soul becomes old with enthusiasm
70. The main idea of the last paragraph is____________________
A, we should try heart and soul to win what we want
B. enthusiasm can give us pleasure, though we have to sweat
C. we have not enough money to buy what we need
D. enthusiasm with sweat is what we need
THIS month saw the start of a cross-cultural programme bringing Britain and China closer
With the mayor of London, Ken Livingstone, on a week-long tour of China from April 9
to April 14, there was plenty of time for greater ties to be forged.
With the Olympic torch set to pass from Beijing in 2008 to London in 2012, the two
capitals are more strongly linked than ever. The mayors of both cities signed an agreement
on April 10 to encourage further co-operation on everything from tourism and culture to
education and business.
But things didn't stop in Beijing. Livingstone's trip also took him to Shanghai, where
he signed an agreement with Shanghai Mayor Han Zheng to promote ties between their cities.
But don't think this means that the cities will be just working together on boring
business matters. Poetry is part of the package too!
The Shanghai metro will display poems by four British poets in a groundbreaking cultural
exchange between the world's two most popular languages and its oldest and newest subway
As part of the deal, the London underground is displaying lines in English from some
of China's great wordsmiths: Li Bai, Du Fu and Bai Juyi.
Meanwhile, in China, the Shanghai metro will display extracts in Chinese from William
Wordsworth's "Daffodils", Kathleen Jamie's "The Blue Boat", Michael Bullock's "Butterfly",
and William Blake's "Auguries of Innocence".
Blake was also a painter and engraver who illustrated and printed his own books.
Misunderstanding shadowed his career as a writer and artist and it was left to later
generations to recognize his importance.
71. The "cross-cultural programme" in the first line most probably refers to _____.
A. Livingstone's week-long tour of China
B. the handover of the Olympic torch from Beijing to London
C. the agreements that Livingstone signed in Beijing and Shanghai
D. the Shanghai metro's plan to display poems by four British poets
72. According to the passage, the following may be among the aims of the London mayor's
visit, except to _____.
A. take the Olympic torch to Beijing
B. meet the committee organising the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
C. encourage Chinese companies to invest in London
D. promote understanding of each other's culture
73. The statement "But things didn't stop in Beijing" probably means _____.
A. Livingstone visited not only Beijing, but also Shanghai.
B. he signed agreements not only with Beijing, but also with Shanghai.
C. he developed stronger links not only with Beijing, but also with Shanghai
D. All above
74. "Metro" in the third paragraph means "_____".
A. a subway network B. a major city
C. people of a major city D. poets
75. If you were to give a headline to the story, which do you think is the most suitable?
A. Games will change China
B. London mayor visits Beijing
C. Beijing, London to be sister cities
D. Wordsworth on Shanghai metro
第Ⅱ卷（共 35 分）
第一节 填空（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分）
阅读短文，根据所读内容在下表中的空格处填上适当的单词和短语，每空不超过 3 个单词。
Many students eat their breakfasts on the way to school or in the dinning-room.
But some of them don’t really know how to eat well when eating out.
Here is some important advice. The first is to eat less fast food. The most obvious
harm of eating too much fast food is weight gaining because of too much fat. Young
people and adults are at risk of disease related to weight.
Too much fast food can drag your body down. French fries, for example, were recently
found to contain much more acrylamide(丙烯酰胺) than other food. This may cause cancer.
Actually, deep fried food all contains acrylamide. So don’t eat it too often.
Soda is another thing you should watch out for. Cokes and other sodas contain a
lot of sugar and can slow down a person’s calcium absorption, so it’s best to drink
as little soda as possible.
Food in the dinning-room may not be as tasty as fast food, but it’s actually easier
to make healthy choices. Human bodies need variety. You can have a dinner that balances
lean proteins, vitamins and complex carbohydrates(碳水化合物). In other words, a meal
with fish or meat, vegetables and some bread or rice will provide you with most nutrients
that the body needs.
Some snacks, on the other hand, will help keep you going until your next big meal.
It is natural for teenagers, especially boys, to feel hungry during school time. Don’t
forget to take some foods, like whole-grain biscuits or low-fat milk in your school
Advice Food 77.___________ 78._____________ Kind
French fries and other 80._____________ Cause weight gaining Unhealth
Eat less fast 79__________________ y food
food Acrylamide 81._____________
82._________ Sodas Lots of sugar Slow down ___83____ Unhealth
Eat in Fish or meat, vegetables Lean proteins, Provide most nutrients 84._____
dinning-room and some bread or rice vitamins and that the body needs
85. Whole-grain biscuits or Not mentioned Keep you going until Healthy
___________ low-fat milk next big meal food
第二节书面表达（满分 25 分）
注意：1.短信的开头和结尾已为你写好，不计入总词数； 2.词数 120 左右。
1-17: ABABC BBCBA BCABA CC 18. in charge 19.twice a week 20. Attendance
21-35: A B B A B CBCAA CACCD
Key:36-55: CAADD CABBA BDCAB BABAC
60-63：C B B B
64-66：D A B
67-70: B A CA
76. Advice on Breakfast 77. Contents 78. Effect 79. deep fried food
80. Too much fat 81. Cause cancer 82. Drink less soda 83. calcium absorbtion
84. Healthy food 85. Take some snacks
One possible version:
Next year I will go to study at university, but I don’t know how to adapt myself to university life. I hear
many freshmen are at a loss what to do when they are at university. They can’t take care of themselves in their
everyday life, feeling lonely and homesick. Clothes, money or mobile phones are sometimes gone. And
because of different climates and food, they often feel sick. Some even rent rooms outside the campus. Could
you tell me how to deal with these problems so that I will be able to suit the university life in the future?