高三综合复习 一．单项选择 1.Perhaps it wouldn’t be ______ to go and see such a film. A. worthy you while B. worth of while C. worthy of while D. worth your while 2. Most foreign trading companies in west Africa _______ rubber, cocoa and vegetable oils. A. deal with B. deal in C. draw in D. draw up 3. The _____ witness in the case said that he was not concerned with the interest, but cared only about the _____. A. principle…principle B. principal ...principal C. principal…principle D. principle…principal 4. Dr.Wang is ______ as authority on surgery. A. looked for B. looked on C. taken to D. taken for 5. He wish his son would stop _____ and do something useful. A. hanging about B. hanging on C. hanging up D. hanging off 6. Since we are good friends, you needn’t stand on _______. A. politeness B. behavior C. kindness D. ceremony 7. The defendant could not _____ for the fact that the money was found in his house. A. justify B. explain C. excuse D. account 8. The reporter refused to name the ______ of his information. A. basis B. origin C. root D. source 9. By moving the radar beam around slowly in circles, we can____ the surroundings. A. explore B. expose C. exploit D. expand 10. My _______ will be three knocks, a pause, then two more knocks.’ A. signs B. signals C. symbols D. marks 11. At the other end of the room_____, no one noticed him. A. a young man stood B. stood a young man C. a young man did stand D. stand a young man 12. He has nothing to do but ________. A. to wait B. waiting C. waited D. wait 13. The chairman asked that all of us ________ here. A. stay B. staying C. stayed D. to stay 14. The idea ______ we improve the design of the engine is supported by others. A. that B. which C. what D. as 15. He is so excellent a student that 90 points ______ not regarded as a good result. A. is B. are C. be D. being 除 16-30 外，其它高二已用（16-30 高二南师 12 中用） 16. They are politicians and don’t understand ______ to run business. A. what takes it B. what it takes C. what takes them D. what to take 17. We must emphasize the order that all the suggestions _______. A. would be taken into account B. should take into account C. should be taken int account C. would take into account 18. Not only _______ poor, but also _______ lazy. A. he is…he is B. he is…is he C. is he…he is D. is he…is he 19. It seems water _____ from the pipeline for some time.
A. is leaking B. had leaked C. leak D. has been leaking 20. Recently, I dreamed every night, no matter what I _____ during day time. A.would have done B. should have done C. must have done D. may have done 21. The modern family is losing one of its chief _____ as a basic unit of production. A. functions B. foundations C.merits D. credits 22. The picture ______ my school days to my mind. A. recalled B. recollected C. reminded D. remembered 23. He _______ that he was invovled and demanded an apology. A. contradicted B. denied C. opposed D. disapproved 24. I felt _____ to death because I could make nothing of the chairman’s speech. A. fatigued B. tired C. exhausted D. bored 25. The panel _______ a conclusion only after days of discussion. A. achieved B. reached C. attained D. arrived 26. Tell me your wonderful news again, I can’t _____ it in. A. get B. understand C. figure D. take 27. I _______ of his course of action, so I told him to go ahead. A. agreed B. accepted C. approved C. consented 28. Apart from blue eyes, blonde hair is also _____ of Swedish people. A. specific B. peculiar C. characteristic D. particular 29. The _____ of the railroad during the 1800’s did much to accelerate the settlement the Midwestern United States. A. urgency B. emergency C. immersion D. emergence 30. The teacher said that the children are vigorous and have good ________. A. perspective B. prospects C. respect D. prosperity 二．完形填空 二．完型填空 Charlotte Whitehead was born in England in 1843, and moved to Montreal, Canada at the age five with her family. While 1 her ill elder sister throughout the years, Charlotte discovered she had a(an) 2 in medicine. At 18 she married and 3 a family. Several years later, Charlotte said she wanted to be a 4 . Her husband supported her decision. 5 , Canadian medical schools did not 6 women students at the time. Therefore, Charlotte went to the United States to study 7 at the Women’s Medical College in Philadelphia. It took her five years to 8 her medical degree. Upon graduation, Charlotte 9 to Montreal and set up a private 10 . Three years later, she moved to Winnipeg, Manitoba, and there she was once again a 11 doctor. Many of her patients were from the nearby timber and railway camps. Charlotte 12 herself operating on damaged limbs and setting 13 bones, in addition to delivering all the babies in the area. But Charlotte had been practicing without a license. She had 14 a doctor’s license in both Montreal and Winnipeg, but was 15 . The Manitoba College of Physicians and Surgeons, an all-male board, wanted her to 16 her studies at a Canadian medical college! Charlotte refused to 17 her patients to spend time studying what she already knew. So in
1887, she appeared to the Manitoba Legislature to 18 a license to her but they, too, refused. Charlotte 19 to practice without a license until 1912. She died four years later at the age of 73. In 1993, 77 years after her 20 , a medical license was issued to Charlotte. This decision was made by the Manitoba Legislature to honor “this courageous and pioneering woman.” 1. A. raising B. teaching C. nursing D. missing 2. A. habit B. interest C. opinion D. voice 3. A. invented B. selected C. offered D. started 4. A. doctor B. musician C. lawyer D. physicist 5. A. Besides B. Unfortunately C. Otherwise D. Eventually 6. A. hire B. entertain C. trust D. accept 7. A. history B. physics C. medicine D. law 8. A. improve B. save C. design D. earn 9. A. returned B. escaped C. spread D. wandered 10. A. school B. museum C. clinic D. lab 11. A. busy B. wealthy C. greedy D. lucky 12. A. helped B. found C. troubled D. imagined 13. A. harmful B. tired C. broken D. weak 14. A. put away B. taken over C. turned in D. applied for 15. A. punished B. refused C. blamed D. fired 16. A. display B. change C. preview D. complete 17. A. leave B. charge C. test D. cure 18. A. sell B. donate C. issue D. show 19. A. continued B. promised C. pretended D. dreamed 20. A. birth B. death C. wedding D. graduation 三．阅读理解 For most city people, the elevator is an unremarkable machine that inspires none of the enthusiasm or interest that Americans afford trains, jets, and even bicycles. Dr. Christopher Wilk is a member of a small group of elevator experts who consider this a misunderstanding. Without the elevator, they point out, there could be no downtown skyscrapers or tall buildings, and city life as we know it would be impossible. In that sense, they argue, the elevator’s role in American history has been no less significant than that of cars. In fact, according to Wilk, the car and the elevator have been locked in a “secret war” for over a century, with cars making it possible for people to spread horizontally (水平地), and elevators pushing them toward life in close groups of towering vertical (垂直的) columns. If we tend to ignore the significance of elevators, it might be because riding in them tends to be such a brief, boring, and even awkward experience—one that can involve unexpectedly meeting people with whom we have nothing in common, and an unpleasant awareness of the fact that we’re hanging from a cable in a long passage.
In a new book, Lifted, German journalist and cultural studies professor Andreas Bernard directed all his attention to this experience, studying the origins of elevator and its relationship to humankind and finding that riding in an elevator has never been a totally comfortable experience. “After 150 years, we are still not used to it,” Bernard said. “We still have not exactly learned to cope with the mixture of closeness and displeasure.” That mixture, according to Bernard, sets the elevator ride apart from just about every other situation we find ourselves in as we go about our lives. Today, as the world’s urban population explodes, and cities become more crowded, taller, and more crowded, America’s total number of elevators—900,000 at last count, according to Elevator World magazine’s “2012 Vertical Transportation Industry”—are a force that’s becoming more important than ever. And for the people who really, really love them, it seems like high time that we looked seriously at just what kind of force they are. 1. What does the underlined word “this” in Paragraph 1 refer to? A. The general view of elevators. B. The particular interests of experts. C. The desire for a remarkable machine. D. The enthusiasm for transport vehicles. 2. The author’s purpose in mentioning cars is ______. A. to contrast their functions with elevators’ B. to emphasize the importance of elevators C. to reveal their secret war against elevators D. to explain people’s preference for elevators 3. According to Prof. Bernard, what has made the elevator ride different from other life experiences? A. Vertical direction. B. Lack of excitement. C. Little physical space. D. Uncomfortable conditions. 4. The author urges readers to consider ______. A. the exact number of elevator lovers B. the serious future situation of elevators C. the role of elevators in city development D. the relationship between cars and elevators