西工大附中2014高三第三次英语模拟试题

2014 高三英语第三次模拟试题
第一卷(选择题,共 95 分) 第一部分 英语知识运用(共四节,满分 55 分) 第一节 语音知识(共 5 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 5 分) 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,找出其划线部分与所给单词的划线部分读音 相同的选项,并在答题卡上将该选项涂黑。 1. wander A. branch B. crash C. quality D. canal 2. surround A. occur B. surface C. surprise D. nurse 3. realize A. theatre B. weather C. break D. breathe 4. official A. concert B. ocean C. coast D. century 5. pressure A. assessment B. address C. expression D. possession 第二节 情景对话(共 5 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 5 分) 根据对话情景和内容,从对话后所给的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选 项。并在答题卡上将该选项涂黑。选项中有两项为多余选项。 (说明:E 涂 AB;F 涂 AC;G 涂 AD) Rose: What do you think makes a person read a newspaper article? Lucy: 6 Rose: Why do you say that? Lucy: The headline is bigger than the rest of the text, so it draws people‘s attention. Rose: 7 However, I often wonder if the headline presents enough information to the readers. Lucy: The headline usually tells you the most important information from the article. Isn‘t that enough? Rose: 8 Lucy: I suppose so, exactly. Rose: 9 Lucy: I just write for a local newspaper. It‘s quite a small office but I love my job. Rose: Would you like to write for a national newspaper? Lucy: I hope so. 10 Rose: Oh, I already write for a national magazine. I love my job. Lucy: Me, too. A. If the headline was longer, then nobody would read the article. B. What do you usually write for a newspaper? C. So which newspaper do you write for? D. I don‘t agree with you. E. How about you? F. I think the headline is quite important. G. I agree with you.
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第三节 语法和词汇知识(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 从每小题的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。并 在答题卡上将该选项涂黑。 11. ---Jim managed to get into his house without the key. _____? ---I don‘t know. He might have asked someone for help. A. What for B. Guess how C. So what D. Who knows 12. There was a nice little present for everyone, with a suitable poem _____ to it. A. attached B. attacked C. attracted D. attained 13. ---What made your skin look so terrible? --- _____ to the sunlight for a long time. A. Because it was exposed B. After being exposed C. Being exposed D. Exposed 14. The new computer system has made _____ the purchase of tickets ahead of time. A. it possible B. it possible for C. possible D. possible for 15. Many lifestyle patterns do such _____ great harm to health that they actually speed up _____ weakening of the human body. A. a; / B. /; the C. a; the D. /; / 16. Thank you very much. But for you, I _____ in the fight yesterday. A. would have been died B. would have been killed C. should die D. should have killed 17. Written in a hurry, _____. How can it be satisfactory? A. they found many mistakes in the report B. Sam made lots of mistakes in the report C. the report filled with mistakes D. the report is full of mistakes 18. Not until he called the secretary three times _____ that the manager went to an important meeting. A. he told B. did he tell C. he was told D. was he told 19. The newly built cafe, the walls of _____ painted light green, is really a beautiful place for us, especially after hard work. A. whose B. it C. what D. which 20. ---John seems happy even though his wife left him and he lost his job. ---I think he _____ to put on a brave face. A. will try B. has tried C. tries D. is trying 21. As I grew up in a small town at the foot of a mountain, the visit to the village _____ scenes of my childhood. A. called on B. called in C. called up D. called for 22. There is a possibility that these hens could be frightened and lay fewer eggs
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_____ a sudden loud noise. A. would there be B. there was C. should there be D. there had been 23. _____ its publication, this book has been the standard reference work used by professional grammar experts. A. After B. Since C. Until D. During 24. _____ doesn‘t seem to have much difficulty in solving the problem. A. It B. That C. He D. There 25. When people talk about splendid cities in China, probably the first _____ comes into their minds is Changan. A. one B. that C. which D. city 第四节 完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文,从短文后各题的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出适合填入 对应空白处的最佳选项。并在答题卡上将该选项涂黑。 第二部分 阅读理解(共两节,满分 40 分) Just recently I was invited to attend a function to celebrate the 25th anniversary of a business owned by a very good and special friend. I first met him when he started his 26 and have had the chance to provide my 27 to him over those 25 years, and in between I have stayed in touch with him 28 The day of the celebration arrived. 29 , due to a business appointment running over time, I was going to be late, so I 30 to let him know. I arrived 20 minutes after the function had 31 and my good friend came to the 32 to welcome and greet me, 33 that he was delighted to see me and had 34 starting the official part of the celebration, knowing that I was on my way. I'm sure you would 35 the same feeling as I did at that time that there is 36 better for your spirits than to be welcomed and acknowledged in such a way. 37 he had always done in all my dealing with him over those 25 years, he made me feel a very 38 and important person. As I 39 the other guests I could feel a wonderful 40 of friendship, warmth and happiness in the room, as they chatted away. 41 , I had very little time to speak to more than a couple of people before the official part started. In his 42 , he welcomed all the guests 43 his family, and then individually thanked the people gathered in the room. But 44 what you do hear is all about what the company has achieved over the years. During his thank-you speech, he referred to a quote which 45 his overall approach towards both his business and personal life: Always dance with the person you took to the dance. 26. A. occupation B. profession C. business D. work 27. A. celebration B. appointment C. money D. services
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28. A. regularly B. rarely C. hardly D. daily 29. A. However B. Therefore C. Otherwise D. Instead 30. A. wrote B. stopped C. phoned D. hurried 31. A. been postponed B. started C. been canceled D. ended 32. A. meeting B. function C. station D. reception 33. A. determining B. acknowledging C. complaining D. regretting 34. A. set about B. gone on C. put off D. given up 35. A. accept B. spare C. share D. offer 36. A. nothing B. anything C. everything D. something 37. A. So B. As C. But D. For 38. A. common B. lucky C. funny D. special 39. A. joined B. left C. mentioned D. watched 40. A. view B. memory C. experience D. sense 41. A. Surprisingly B. Hopefully C. Sadly D. Fortunately 42. A. lecture B. discussion C. performance D. speech 43. A. instead of B. on behalf of C. in addition to D. apart from 44. A. particularly B. uniquely C. strangely D. normally 45. A. reflected B. explained C. instructed D. encouraged 第一节(共 15 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下列四篇短文,从每小题后所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出最 佳选项。并在答题卡上将该选项涂黑。 (A) Like any good mother, when Karen found out that another baby was on the way, she did what she could to help her 3-year-old son, Michael, prepare for a new sibling. They found out that the new baby was going to be a girl, and day after day, night after night, Michael sang to his sister in Mommy‘ stomach. Finally, Michael‘s little sister was born. But she was in serious condition. With the alarm in the night, the ambulance rushed the infant to the neonatal(新生儿的) intensive care unit at St.Mary‘s Hospital in Knoxville, Tennessee. The days inched by. The little girl became worse. The pediatric ( 小儿科的 ) specialist told the parents to prepare for the worst. Karen and her husband contacted a local cemetery about a burial plot. They originally fixed up a special room in their home for the new baby—now they planned a funeral. Michael kept begging his parents to let him see his sister. ―I want to sing to her,‖ he said. But kids are not allowed in Intensive Care. Karen made up her mind. She decided to take Michael whether they like it or not. If he didn‘t see his sister now, he may never see her alive. She dressed him in an oversized suit and accompanied him into ICU. He looked
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like a walking laundry basket, but the head nurse recognized him as a child and shouted, ―Get that kid out of here now!No children are allowed.‖ The mother rose up strongly and said, ―He is not leaving until he sings to his sister!‖ Karen led Michael to his sister‘s bedside. He gazed at the tiny infant losing the battle to live. And he began to sing. In the pure-hearted voice of a 3-year-old, Michael sang, ―You are my sunshine, my only sunshine, you make me happy when skies are gray...‖ Instantly the baby girl responded. The pulse rate became calm and steady. ―Keep on singing, Michael.‖ ―You never know, dear, how much I love you. Please don‘t take my sunshine away.‖ Her strained breathing became smoother. The next day, the very next day, the little girl was well enough to go home! Woman‘s Day Magazine called it ―the miracle of a brother‘s song‖. The medical staff just called it a miracle. Karen called it a miracle of God‘s love. 46. Which of the following can be the best title for the passage? A. It‘s Hard to Raise a Baby B. The Miracle of a Brother‘s Song C. Mother‘s love D. An Unforgettable Day 47. What do we know about the little sister after she was born? A. She was driven to St. Mary‘s shop. B. A doctor came to see her in her house. C. She was very thin and couldn‘t speak. D. She was in great danger. 48. Which words can describe Michael? A. Naughty and annoying. B. Strong and brave. C. Active and careless. D. Concerned and determined. ( B) Today, more and more kids are overweight and many are dealing with obesity. There have been so many technological advances that have made life easier today, which has been a great benefit, but with this has come an easier way of life which has resulted in laziness among many of today‘s youth. Many kids today do not get enough exercise and are in poor health. Many today advocate that kids need to be more active. You may be looking for some heart healthy activities for kids. There are many things you can do with your kids to help them get the exercise that they need. Get Out More Today, kids are inside more than ever. With television, video games, computers, and a lot of music players, kids do not feel much of a need to get outside to enjoy themselves when they can have fun inside. You should encourage your kids to get outside. When they are outside, they can run, bike, climb, and do all sorts of heart healthy activities for kids.
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Get Involved in Sports Sports are a great way for kids to get exercise. Kids have fun playing sports, so they will enjoy the exercise. It may take some time for your kids to find a sport that they like. There are so many sports available, and not every sport is for every kid. Of course, when involved in sports, kids can be in sports for the wrong reason. You should teach them that sports are to enjoy themselves and to learn teamwork while getting exercise and that it is not just about winning. Sports can be very beneficial to kids in many ways. Work Working can also be a great heart healthy activity for kids. Of course, younger children cannot get your typical jobs. But many kids can do yard work or house work. These activities will keep them active and help them learn about work ethics and may even help them earn some money. Be Creative Be creative and you will be able to find many heart healthy activities for kids. Your kids may not always be motivated to be active, but you can help them get into more healthy habits which will benefit them for years to come. Your kids may not thank you right now, but down the road they will be very grateful that you helped them live healthier lives. 49. What would be the best title for the passage? A. Heart healthy activities for kids B. Suggestions on keeping healthy C. How to take care of children D. How to deal with obesity 50. Whom is this passage intended for? A. Teachers. B. Children. C. Parents. D. Doctors. 51. To benefit from sports, the author thinks ______ is the most important for kids when doing sports. A. to win a game B. to learn teamwork C. to pursue a hobby D. to ensure their safety 52. According to the author, which of the following is NOT a benefit of getting kids to work? A. Keeping kids active. B. Helping kids learn about work ethics. C. Making kids earn some money D. Helping kids be creative. (C) We‘ve all had that kind of feeling: a person seems familiar; someone we might have once met, but somehow we just can‘t place the face. Not Jennifer Jarett. She never forgets a face. Jarett is a ―super-recognizer‖, a fresh term for a group of people who are good at remembering faces. ―It‘s sort of strange,‖ says Jarett, a Manhattan resident. ―My friends refer to me
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as their memory. People‘s faces don‘t really change to me, even people from my childhood.‖ Psychologists at Harvard University have discovered that Jarett shares her special skills with others, establishing for the first time that some people have superior skills at face recognition. New research shows that there‘s a broad range of face-recognition ability. Super-recognizers actually see faces differently. They can recognize people who aren‘t important to them and whom they may have met only briefly. To their disappointment, super-recognizers have learned that their special gifts aren‘t always appreciated. People sometimes give them strange looks as if they‘re illegally following people. Riding the subway about a year ago, Jarett recognized a man who once worked for her hairdresser. ―I said ?You were Barry‘s assistant.‘ He looked at me in surprise---it had been five years. So I said ?Oh, the reason why I remember you is that you did such a good job blowing out my hair.‘ He seemed really flattered.‖ Jarett hasn‘t found any particular use for her skill, but the study says benefits might surface. For example, airport security employees could be screened for their ability to recognize faces, and eyewitnesses to crimes could similarly be assessed. For people with average ability, Dr. Jim Tanaka, a professor of psychology at the University of Victoria offers a few tips to increase recognition. Firstly, pay close attention to the dynamics of the face from different angles---the movement, the expressions, etc. Also, put less attention to what can change over time, such as hairstyles and eyeglasses. Don‘t focus too much on details, but rather form an overall impression of a person‘s face. 53. As a ―super-recognizer‖, Jennifer Jarett ______. A. can recognize people only who are important to her B. has superior skills at face recognition C. can notice the slight difference between two faces D. can find the changes of a face over time 54. After hearing Jennifer Jarett‘s explanation, Barry‘s former assistant felt ______. A. very pleased B. quite amused C. a bit disappointed D. very angry 55. The underlined word ―surface‖ in Paragraph 5 means ______. A. break out B. die away C. come up D. hide away 56. According to Dr. Jim Tanaka, the ordinary people who want to improve recognition ability should ______. A. pay more attention to the height of others. B. remember the hairstyles of others C. observe the face from different angles
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D. focus on the details of the face (D) Combining families with kids can be tough and offers even more unexpected problems. You just don‘t know how things will shake out until everyone is under one roof, trying on new roles with name that start with ―step‖. This is what happened to Sheila and Will, and Sheila‘s 8-year-old daughter Ashley. After the couple got married, and Will became the member of the new family, things got worse than expected. How did they make it work? Read the full version of the story here. Shelia‘s Turn: When Shelia and Will were dating, he seemed like kids, especially Ashley. He‘d bring her presents, play games with her. But after the wedding, things took a turn. Will suddenly became a super strict stepfather, scolding Ashley for watching too much cartoons, constantly picking fights and punishing her for offenses as small as spilling milk. Shelia‘s thought about leaving Will, but soon after they married, they had a son, Billy. Will adores his well-behaved boy, but Ashley hates him. Shelia doesn‘t know what to do--- her daughter is miserable, but leaving her husband might mean losing her son. Will‘s turn: Will was so excited to be a male role model in Ashley‘s life. He didn‘t just want to be a guy living in her house; he wanted to treat her like his own daughter, which, to Will, meant giving Ashley more rules and help her learn responsibility. He‘d always felt that Shelia let Ashley loose on everything. But after the wedding, Will was surprised that Shelia didn‘t want him to do that. If Will takes away Ashley‘s TV privileges or tells her to clean up her room, Shelia just lets Ashley do what she likes and does it herself. Will was tired of this and he‘d rather take his son and go. The advisor‘s turn: The counselor(顾问) quickly recognized their conflict as a classic case of unspoken, hidden expectations. Before the wedding, when it was just Shelia and Will, everything was easy. But now, everyone in their big family is competing for attention, and the couple never sat down and discussed the biggest issue---their child-upbringing philosophies(育儿经). The counselor suggested Shelia allow Will to give some rules on Ashley but Will‘s punishments couldn‘t be extreme. Once Ashley saw that her mom and stepdad had become a united front, she cooperated more. 57. The text is most likely to be found in a book about______. A. popular science B. historical events C. social problems D. political systems 58. The reasons for Ashley‘s dislike of Will are as follows except_____? A. Will often picked fights with Ashley. B. Ashley often spilled milk on the floor.
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C. Will always punished her for bad behaviors. D. Ashley was stopped watching too many cartoons. 59. What can we know about Will? A. Will has a good intention. B. Will does not love children C. Will does not love Shelia any more D. Will‘s way of parenting is very perfect. 60. It can be inferred from the passage that the advisor‘s attitude to their problem is ________. A. Negative B. Objective C. Critical D. Subjective (E) 第二节(共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) 根据短文内容,从下框的 A—F 选项中选出能概括每一段主题的最佳选项。 选项中有一项为多余选项。 (说明:E 涂 AB;F 涂 AC) A. Focus on your relationships. B. Think about what to do next step. C. Take good care of your body. D. Try to avoid overthinking. E. Set up a proper goal for yourself. F. Practice acts of kindness. Five Happiness Secrets For Tough Times Sonja Lyubomirsky, an author, has researched the science of happiness for years. Here are her tips to help you cope with a bad economy, and increase your bursts of happiness throughout the day. 61 ―You could spend a lot of time thinking deeply,‖ says Lyubomirsky. ―But that just makes you feel even more pessimistic, more out of control, and affects your self esteem. Your relationships will suffer and your job performance will suffer.‖ Get rid of pessimism. One of the most effective ways to cope when things are difficult is to adopt a positive thinking strategy. ―What can I learn from this? Times are tough, I‘ve been furloughed at work, but I can spend more time with the kids, adopt a new hobby, or learn a new set of skills.‖ 62 Now more than ever we need each other to survive. Lyubomirsky found that doing good things for friends, family, or strangers can make you happier. Think of practical, everyday gestures that can make someone‘s life a little bit easier. For example, Lyubomirsky says, ―Maybe now many of us can‘t afford to take a cab to the airport, so offer to give a friend a ride.‖
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63 You don‘t need an expert to tell you that relationships are critical to happiness. Not being the bread-winner anymore or not being able to fulfill your kid‘s needs can weigh down hard on your family life. But the trick is to stop feeling guilty and focus on caring for your loved ones. ―I was at a psychology conference where an expert was talking about the effects of this economy on families and how parents can‘t afford to buy their kids luxuries like toys anymore,‖ says Lyubomirsky. ―But what they don‘t realize is that kids don‘t care about toys — what they care about is parents being grumpy and taking it out on them.‖ 64 ―If you find a happy person you will find a project‖ says Lyubomirsky. ―Happy people all have goals they care about.‖ Commit yourself to a project – whether it is a business you want to start or a dance you want to learn. But it‘s also important to remember to be flexible in these times. Don‘t get frustrated if circumstances are stopping you from meeting your goals. Adopt and change! ―If your spouse has lost their job you might have to change your goal,‖ says Lyubomirsky. ―Or you might have to learn a whole new skill for a new job.‖ 65 When times are tough, it‘s easy to get skip your regular workouts in favor of moping in front of the TV and eating a bag of chips. Your thinking is ―I have more important things to worry about right now than looking good.‖ But carve out a small part of your day to give your body some TLC. It will go a long way in boosting your happiness. ―Even if you can‘t afford to go to the gym,‖ Lyubomirsky says, ―take time out to exercise at home.‖

第三部分

第二卷(非选择题,共 55 分) 写作(共三节,满分55分)
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第一节 单词拼写(共 10 小题,每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 根据下列各句句意和空白之后的汉语提示词,在答题卡指定区域的横线上 写出对应单词的正确形式,每空只写一词。 66. He was wearing dark glasses to _______ (保护) his eyes from the sun. 67. We‘re looking forward to _______(收到)your letter as soon as possible. 68. The Chinese diet is considered to be one of the _______ (最健康的) in the world. 69. The two pictures are _______ (稍微) different. 70. The _______(长度)of China's high-speed rail will be over 13,000 kilometers. 71. We think it _______ (值得的)to discuss the plan again. 72. When he came to, he found himself ________ (包围) by a group of strangers. 73. She wanted to make a new coat to her own ________ (尺寸). 74. The _______ (感到纳闷的) mother went to the teacher and asked why her child behaved strangely that day. 75. The young man had a haircut at the _______ (理发店) nearby. 66. ________ 67. ________ 68. ________ 69. ________ 70. ________ 71. ________ 72. ________ 73. ________ 74. ________ 75. ________ 第二节 短文改错(共 10 小题,每小题 1.5 分,满分 15 分) There is a park near my house in that there is a huge bird nest, the size of a football field. The nest is so tall as a four-story building. It allowed birds of all kinds to live with much more freedom than the traditional small birdcage. Within the nest, visitor can see different birds walking or flying free everywhere without being afraid of people. There is a lake on the middle of the bird nest, where wild ducks and white swans can swim, look for food thrown down by visitors. Before leaving the bird nest, they can attend a bird show, in which some birds trained to speak, some to play the basketball and some to ride bikes. I often go there with my friends but never get bored of their amused performances.

第三节 书面表达(满分 30 分)
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你是你班的班长。你发现大多数同学学习非常努力,在课间十分钟除了上 厕所以外,很少活动。因此,你打算给同学们提出一些建议。内容包括: 1、课间的目的是让大家身心放松; 2、就如何度过课间十分钟提出一些建议。 请根据以上提示,写一篇发言稿。 词数:100 左右。 ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________

英语参考答案(9)
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语音:1—5: CCABC 对话:6—10: FGACE 单选:11—15: BACCB 16—20: BDDBD 21—25: CCBCB 完形:26—30: CDAAC 31—35: BDBCC 36—40: ABDAD 41—45: CDBDA 阅读:(A) 46—48: BDD (B) 49—52: ACBD (C) 53—56: BACC (D)57—60: CBAB (E) 61-65 DFAEC 单词拼写: 66. protect 67. receiving 68. healthiest 69. slightly 70. length 71. worthwhile 72. surrounded 73. measure 74. puzzled 75. barber‘s 短文改错: There is a park near my house in that there is a huge bird nest, the size of a which football field. The nest is so tall as a four-story building. It allowed birds of all kinds as allows to live with much more freedom than the traditional small birdcage. Within the nest, visitor can see different birds walking or flying free everywhere without being afraid visitors freely of people. There is a lake on the middle of the bird nest, where wild ducks and white in swans can swim, look for food thrown down by visitors. Before leaving the bird looking nest, they can attend a bird show, in which some birds ∧ trained to speak, some to are play the 去掉 basketball and some to ride bikes. I often go there with my friends but never get bored of their amused performances. 书面表达: amusing Dear classmates, I notice that most of us spend the ten-minute break reading books or working on problems, I don‘t think it is wise to do so. Here are my thoughts on how to spend the ten-minute break. Personally, the ten-minute break is designed for us to relax our brains and stretch our muscles so that we can keep our attention focused on our lessons during the next period. So it is a good idea to stand up and move around in the classroom. And we can also look out of the windows for our eyes to have a rest. Besides, having a small talk with others can also make us relaxed. In conclusion, the ten-minute break is very important because it can make us refreshed. That‘s all. Thank you.

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