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2009年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试(广东卷)
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2009年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试(广东卷)

   

本试卷共12页,四大题,满分150分。考试用时120分钟。

注意事项:

1. 答卷前,考生务必用黑色字迹的钢笔或签字笔将自己的姓名和考生号、试室号、座位号填写在答题卡上。用2B铅笔将试卷类型(A)填涂在答题卡相应位置上。将条形码横贴在答题卡右上角条形码粘贴处

2. 选择题每小题选出答案后,用2B铅笔把答题卡上对应题目选项的答案信息点涂黑,如需改动,用橡皮擦干净后,再选涂其他答案,答案不能答在试卷上。

3. 非选择题必须用黑色字迹钢笔或签字笔作答,答案必须写在答题卡各题目指定区域内相应位置上;如需改动,先划掉原来的答案,然后再写上新的答案;不准使用铅笔和涂改液。不按以上要求作答的答案无效。

4. 考生必须保持答题卡的整洁。考试结束后,将试卷和答题卡一并交回。

I  听力(共两节。满分35分)

第一节  听力理解(5段共15小题;每小题2分,满分30分)

每段播放两遍。各段后有几个小题,各段播放前每小题有5秒钟的阅题时间。请根据各段播放内容及其相关小题,在5秒钟内从题中所给的ABC项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

听第一段对话,回答第1—3题。

1. Why doesn't the man choose Japanese: food?

A. He doesn't like Japanese food.

B. He ate Japanese food last night.

C. He thinks Japanese food is expensive.

2. What does the man really want to eat?

A. Buffet.

B. Fast food.

C. Chinese food.

3. Where will the man probably eat?

A. In a steak house.

B. In the shopping center.

C. Outside the shopping center.

听第二段对话,回答第46题。

4. Why is the man proud of his daughter?

A. Because she's going to college.

B. Because she's going to leave home.

C. Because she'll save money on food.

5. What does the man remind his daughter to do?

A. Take some food.

B. Register for food.

C. Eat instant noodles.

6. What is the man surprised to hear?

A. His daughter decides to change her major.

B. His daughter has a discussion with her Mom.

C. Business administration is a great major.

听第三段独白,回答第7~9题。

7. Who is the speaker?

A. A college student in China.

B. A Chinese student in the US.

C. An American student in the US.

8. How do Chinese students learn in class?

A. They study textbooks.

B. They listen and take notes.

C. They review before exams.

9. What does the American professor want to know?

A. The class's opinion.

B. The student's research.

C. The student's opinion.

听第四段对话,回答第10~12题。

10. Where did the woman buy her new computer?

A. From a store.

B. From the Internet.

C. In a shopping center.

11. What makes it cheaper to buy online?

A. The seller has to rent a store.

B. The seller must pay its staff.

C. The seller can save money.

12. Why do many people still buy things in the store?

A. They think it's easy.

B. They think it's cheap.

C. They think it's safe.

听第五段独白,回答第13~15题。

13. How does the wide use of plastic help in daily life?

A. It makes life convenient.

B. It makes life wonderful.

C. It makes life enjoyable.

14. What does the speaker think of things made of plastic?

A. They are cheaper.

B. They don't last long.

C. They appear attractive.

15. How do stores promote using reusable bags?

A. By selling plastic bags.

B. By banning plastic bags.

C. By charging for plastic bags.

第二节  听取信息(共5小题;每小题1分,满分5分)

听下面一段独白,请根据题目要求,从所听到的内容中获取必要的信息,填入答题卡标号为1620的空格中。听录音前,你将有10秒钟的阅题时间,录音读两遍。你将有60秒钟的作答时间。

The National Flower Festival

Event

Date

Time

Location

Activity

Ticket

Opening

__16__

 

National Building Museum

cutural events

 

Parade

4-Apr

10a.m.--noon

along the streets

Parading with a lot of ballons, 11 marching bands and many __17__

Admission to reviewing booths is __18__; standing is free

__19__

 

11a.m.---6 p.m.

six blocks of streets

singing and dancing performance, tasting different drinks and dishes

 

Closing

11-Apr

 

on the __19__

walking past festival artwork, spectacular fireworks display

 

 

  语言知识及应用(共两节。满分35分)

第一节  完形填空(共10小题;每小题2分,满分20分)

阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从21~30各题所给的ABCD项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

Alfred Nobel became a millionaire and changed the ways of miningconstructionand warfare as the inventor of dynamite(炸药). On April 121888Alfred's brother Ludwig died of heart attack. A major French newspaper _21_ his brother for him and carried an article  _22_ the death of Alfred Nobel. “The merchant of death is dead. ”the article read. “Dr. Alfred

Nobelwho became  _23_  by finding ways to kill more people faster than ever beforedied yesterday. ”Nobel was _24_ to find out not that he had diedbut thatwhen his time was up he would be thought of only as one who profited from _25_ and destruction.

To make sure that he was _26_ with love and respect. Nobel arranged in his _27_ to give the largest part of his money to _28_ the Nobel prizeswhich would be awarded to people who made great _29_ to the causes of peaceliteratureand the sciences. So _30_ Nobel had to die before he realized what his life was really about.

21. A. found                 B. misunderstood           C. mistook                     D. judged

22. A. introducing         B. announcing                C. implying                    D. advertising

23. A. famous              B. sick                          C. rich                          D. popular

24. A. upset                 B. anxious                     C. excited                      D. pleased

25. A. death                 B. disease                      C. trouble                      D. attack

26. A. repaid                B. described                  C. supported                  D. remembered

27. A. book                  B. article                       C. will                           D. contract

28. A. establish             B. form                         C. develop                     D. promote

29. A. additions            B. sacrifices                  C. changes                    D. contributions

30. A. generally            B. basically                    C. usually                      D. certainly

第二节  语法填空(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分)

阅读下面短文,按照句子结构的语法性和上下文连贯的要求,在空格处填人一个适当的词或使用括号中词语的正确形式填空,并将答案填写在答题卡标号为3140的相应位置上。

Jane was walking round the department store. She remembered how difficult _31_ was to choose a suitable Christmas present for her father. She wished that he was as easy _32_ pleaseas her motherwho was always delighted with perfume.

Besidesshopping at this time of the year was not _33_ pleasant experience: people stepped on your feet or _34_ pushyou with their elbows(肘部),hurrying ahead to get to a bargain.

Jane paused in front of a counter _35_ some attractive ties were on display. “They are real silk”the assistant tried to attract her. “Worth double the price. ”But Jane knew from past experience that her _36_ chooseof ties hardly ever pleased her father.

Jane stopped where a small crowd of men had gathered. She found some good quality pipes _37_ sale. She did not hesitate for long: although her father smoked a pipe only once in a while she knew that this was a present which was bound to please _38_.

When Jane got homewith her small but well-chosen present in her bagher parents were already _39_ table having supper. Her mother was excited. “Your father has at last decided to stop smoking,” Jane _40_ inform.

  阅读(共两节。满分40分)

第一节  阅读理解(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ABCD项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

A

Lisa was running late. Lisa25had a lot to do at workplus visitors on the way: her parents were coming in for Thanksgiving from her hometown. But as she hurried down the subway stairs she started to feel uncomfortably warln. By the time she got to the platformLisa felt weak and tired--maybe it hadn’t been a good idea to give blood the night beforeshe thought. She rested herself against a post close to the tracks.

Several yards awayFrank43and his girlfriendJenniferfound a spot close to where the front of the train would stop. They were deep in discussion about a house they were thinking of buying.

But when he heard the screamfollowed by someone yelling“Ohmy Godshe fell in!” Frank didn’t hesitate. He jumped down to the tracks and ran some 40 feet toward the body lying on the rails. “No! Not you! ”his girlfriend screamed after him.

She was right to be alarmed. By the time Frank reached Lisahe could feel the tracks shaking and see the light coming. The train was about 20 seconds from the station.

It was hard to lift her. She was just out. But he managed to raise her the four feet to the platform so that bystanders could hold her by the grins and drag her away from the edge. That was where Lisa briefly regained consciousnessfelt herself being pulled along the groundand saw someone else holding her purse.

Lisa thought she’d been robbed. A woman held her hand and a man gave his shirt to help stop the blood pouring from her head. And she tried to talk but she couldn’tand that was when she realized how much pain she was in.

Police and fire officials soon arrivedand Frank told the story to an officer. Jennifer said her boyfriend was calm on their 40minute train ride downtownjust as he had been seconds after the rescuewhich made her think about her reaction at the time. “I saw the train coming and 1 was thinking he was going to die”she explained.

41. What was the most probable cause for Lisa’s weakness?

A. She had run a long way.

B. She felt hot in the subway.

C. She had done a 1ot of work.

D. She had donated blood the night before.

42. Why did Jennifer try to stop her boyfriend?

A. Because they would miss their train.

B. Because he didn’t see the train coming.

C. Because she was sure Lisa was hard to lift.

D. Because she was afraid the train would kill him.

43. How did Frank save Lisa?

A. By lifting her to the platform.

B. By helping her rise to her feet.

C. By pulling her along the ground.

D. By dragging her away from the edge.

44. When did Lisa become conscious again?

A. When the train was leaving.

B. After she was back on the platform.

C. After the police and fire officials came.

D. When a man was cleaning the blood from her head.

45. The passage is intended to _____________

A. warn us of the danger in the subway

B. show US how to save people in the subway

C. tell US about a subway rescue

D. report a traffic accident

B

We once had a poster competition in our fifth grade art class.

 “You could win prizes’’our teacher told US as she wrote the poster information on the blackboard. She passed out sheets of construction paper while continuing“The first prize is ten dollars. You just have to make sure that the words on the blackboard appear somewhere on your poster. ”

We studied the board critically. Some of US looked with one eye and held up certain colors against the blackboardrocking the sheets to the fight or left while we conjured up our designs. Others twisted their hair around their fingers or chewed their erasers while deep in thought. We had plans for that ten—dollar grand prizeeach and every one of US. I'm going to spend mine on candiesone hopeful would announcewhile another practiced looking seriouswise and rich.

Everyone in the class made a poster. Some of us used parts of those fancy paper napkins while others used nothing but colored construction paper. Some of US used big designsand some of us preferred to gather our art tidily down in one comer of our poster and let the space draw the viewer's attention to it. Some of US would wander past the good students’ desks and then return to our own projects with a growing sense of hopelessness. It was yet another grown-up trick of the soil they seemed especially fond ofmaking all of US believe we had a fair chanceand then always—alwaysrewarding the same old winners.

I believe I drew a sailboatbut I can’t say that with any certainty. I made it. I admired it. I determined it to be the very best of all of the posters I had seenand then I turned it in.

Minutes passed.

No one came along to give me the grand prizeand then someone distracted meand I probably never would have thought about that poster again.

I was still sitting at my deskthinkingWhat poster? When the teacher gave me an envelope with a ten-dollar bill in it and everyone in the class applauded for me.

46. What was the teacher's requirement for the poster?

A. It must appear in time.

B. It must be done in class.

C. It must be done on a construction sheet.

D. It must include the words on the blackboard.

47. The underlined phrase in paragraph 3 most probably means _____________.

A. formed an idea for

B. made an outline for

C. made some space for

D. chose some colors for

48. After the teacher’s wordsall the students in the class _________.

A. 1ooked very serious

B. thought they would be rich

C. began to think about their designs

D. began to play games

49. After seeing the good students’ designssome students _________.

A. 1oved their own designs more

B. thought they had a fair chance

C. put their own designs in a comer

D. thought they would not win the prize

50. We can infer from the passage that the author ______________.

A. enjoyed grown-up tricks very much

B. 1oved poster competitions very much

C. felt surprised to win the competition

D. became wise and rich after the competition

C

A few years ago I had an “aha!” moment regarding handwriting.

I had in my hand a sheet of paper with handwritten instructions on it for some sort of editorial task. It occurred at first that I did not recognize the handwritingand then I realized whose it must be. I finally became aware of the fact that I had been working with this colleague for at least a yearmaybe twoand yet I did not recognize her handwriting at that point.

It was a very important event in the computerization of life—a sign that the informal. Friendly communication of people working together in an office had changed from notes in pen to instant messages and emails. There was a time when our workdays were filled with little lettersand we recognized one another's handwriting the way we knew voices or faces.

As a child visiting my father’s office1 was pleased to recognizein little notes on the desks of his staffthe same handwriting 1 would see at home in the notes he would leave on the fridge—except that those notes were signed “dad” instead of “RFW”.

All this has been on my mind because of the talk about The Rise and Fall of Handwritinga book by Florey. Sire shows in her book a deep concern about the fall of handwriting and the failure of schools to teach children to write wellbut many others argue that people in a digital age can’t be expected to learn to hold a pen.

I don’t buy it.

I don’t want to see anyone cut off from the expressivepersonal associations that a pen still promotes better than a digital keyboard does. For many a biographerpart of really getting to know their subjects is learning to read their handwriting.

What some people advocate is teaching one of the many attractive handwritings based on the handwriting of 16th-century Italy. That may sound impossibly grand—as if they want kids to learn to draw by copying classical paintings. Howeverthey have worked in many school systems.

51. Why was the author surprised at not recognizing his colleague’s handwriting?

A. He had worked with his colleague long enough.

B. His colleague’s handwriting was SO beautiful.

C. His colleague’s handwriting was SO terrible.

D. He still had a 1ot of Work to do.

52. People working together in an office used to ____________.

A. talk more about handwriting

B. take more notes on workdays

C. know better one another's handwriting

D. communicate better with one another

53. The author’s father wrote notes in pen _________.

A. to both his family and his staff

B. to his family in small letters

C. to his family on the fridge

D. to his staff on the desk

54. According to the authorhandwritten notes _______.

A. are harder to teach in schools

B. attract more attention

C. are used only between friends

D. carry more message

55. We can learn from the passage that the author __________.

A. thinks it impossible to teach handwriting

B. does not want to lose handwriting

C. puts the blame on the computer

D. does not agree with Florey

第二节 信息匹配(共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分)

阅读下列应用文及相关信息,并按照要求匹配信息。请在答题卡上将对应题号的相应选项字母涂黑。

首先请阅读下列儿童读物的封面及基本信息:

A.     I Heard It from Alice Zucchini: Poems About the Garden

Juanita Havill

Illustrated by Chirstine Davenier

2006, Chronicle Books, $15.95. Ages 4 to 8. Reviewers: Jean Borren, Ph.D.

 

 

B.     Busy in the Garden

George Shannon

Pictures by Sam Williams

2006, Greenwillow/ HarperCollins, $15.99 and $16.89.

Ages 3 – 5. Reviewers: Sheilah Egan.

 

 

 

C.     The Biggest Fish in the Lake

Margaret Carney

Illustrated by Janet Wilson

2001, Kids Can Press, $15.95. Ages 4 to 8. Reviewers: Sue Reichard.

 

 

D.    The Little Fish that Got Away

Bernadine Cook

Illustrations by Crockett Johnson

2005(org.1956), Harper Collins, $14.99. Ages 3 to 7. Reviewer: Barbara I Taleroft

 

E. A Grand Old Tree

  Mary Newell Depalma

  2006, Arthur A. Levine Books/Scholastic, $16.99. Ages 2 to 5.

 

 

F.     Tree of life: the incredible biodiversity of life on earth

  Roebelle Strauss

  Illustrated by Margot Thompson

  2004, Toronto. Kids Can Press, $16.95. Grades 3 – 6

 

 

 

下面是这些书的简要内容。请把相关的内容与它们的书名匹配起来。

56. This picture book explores the life of a tree that has deep rootslong armsand many children. She provides shelter for many animals and bears fruit. The author uses colorful, simpleyet detailed watercolor illustrations to convey her words. The charming pictures show the many aspects in the life of a tree down to the caterpillars that eat the leaves. It is good for pre-school children.

57. This charming picture book highlights the life of a gardenfrom planting seeds to harvesting. With the narrator as guidethe reader is led through a variety of free verse and occasionally rhymed poems that fill in the story of a garden and its inhabitants. The pictures. delightful watercolors in bright pastelsadd to the whimsical feel of the poems. Young readers will certainly enjoy this fun and fanciful text.

58. This is a story from 1956 which introduces a little boy who likes to go fishing with a tree limb a womanand a pin. Although he never catches anythingon this particular day he finally does hook three big onesbut the little one gets away. The boy pulls them home in his wagon and his mother cooks them for supper. The swinging rhythms of the text and the good humor evident in the illustrations remain fun for the youngest readers.

59. This usefulattractiveoversize volume uses its height wellemploying a tree metaphor to show the earth’s various kinds of life and how all living things. from bacteria to the largest mammalsare related. Each spread covers one branch of the animal kingdom. To make the enormity of species understandable. Strauss equates individual speciese. g. 1 0000 bacteriawith one leaf on the tree.

60. This is a story about how a grandfather teaches his eager granddaughter to catch speckled trout from the stream in springtime. After a whole day on the lakeonly Grandpa is lucky. The next morning the young fisherman hurries to the dock aloneand soon she hooks the catch of a lifetime. Young readers will appreciate this story that celebrates the special bond between the older and younger generationwhile brilliant watercolor illustrations capture the beauty of the natural world

  写作(共两节,满分40分)

第一节  基础写作(共1小题,满分15分)

你是校报小记者,最近进行了一次采访。以下是这次采访的情况:

时间: 上周末

对象: 眼科医生(eye-doctor教授

主题: 我国中小学生近视(short-sightedness)问题

基本信息: 1)发生率: 略高于50

2)人数: 世界第一

专家解读: 1)原因: 很复杂

2)治疗: 没有哪一种药物能治愈近视

3)建议: 不要过度用眼;多参加户外活动

4)特别提示: 如何握笔也和近视有关

 [写作内容]

根据以上情况写一篇采访报道,并包括如下内容:

1. 采访的时间、对象和主题;

2. 中小学生近视的发生率及人数;

3. 专家解读。

 [写作要求]

只能使用5个句子表达全部内容。

 [评分标准]

句子结构准确,信息内容完整,篇章结构连贯。

 

第二节  读写任务(共1小题,满分25分)

阅读下面的短文,然后按照要求写一篇150词左右的英语短文。

Jackie is perhaps the most easily annoyed koala(考拉)at the Featherdale Wildlife Park in southern Australia. All the koalas there are unhappy and complaining. You would be too if you were used to night activities and someone kept waking you up all day while you were trying to sleep it off. That’s rightsleep it off. The average koala is always half asleep because it feeds on the leaves of a special kind that makes it sleepy.

The reason Jackie and her fellow koalas are repeatedly awoken from their deep sleep is so they can be hugged and photographed by touristswho make the trips to Featherdale and an increasing number of other national parks for just that special experience. Whatever department in the Aussie government in charge of such things is now moving to make the practice illegalwhich is understandable. How would you reactmy friendif you were trying to sleep off a dozen times and some roundfurry creature smelling of grass kept waking you?

* 考拉即树袋熊

 [写作内容]

1. 以约30个词概括这段短文的内容;

2. 然后以约120个词就该不该禁止游客和动物拍照进行议论,内容包括:

1)人们在参观动物园时为什么喜欢和动物拍照;

2)假如你处在那些动物的处境,你会有什么反应;

3)你认为是否应该禁止游客和动物拍照。

 [写作要求]

1. 在作文中可以使用自己亲身的经历或虚构的故事,也可以参照阅读材料的内容但不得直接引用原文中的句子;

2. 作文中不能出现真实姓名和学校名称。

 [评分标准]

概括准确,语言规范,内容合适,篇章连贯。

 




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