成都石室中学高 2014 级 2012～2013 学年度下期“零诊模拟”考试 英语试题 说明：本试卷分第Ⅰ卷（选择题）和第Ⅱ卷（非选择题）两部分，共 150 分。考试时间 120 分钟。 第Ⅰ卷（满分 90 分） 第一部分 英语知识运用（共两节,满分 40 分） 第一节 语法和词汇知识（共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分） 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出可以填入
空白处的最佳选项，并在机读卡上将该项涂 黑。 1. —How about job you were offered last week? —Not so bad, but I ran into difficulties at ______ very beginning. A. the; the B. a; the C. a; 不填 D. the; 不填 2. A man does not know the difficulty of anything _______ he does it personally. A. although B. if C. because D. unless 3. —Listen! What‘s that? Are the children next door quarreling again? —______ . It must be the noise from the TV set in your bedroom. A. I‘m not sure B. I hope not C. I‘d rather not D. I don‘t think so 4. We lost our way in that small village, otherwise we _______ more places of interest yesterday． A. visited B. would have visited C. would visit D. had visited 5. ______ and popular gives one a sort of feeling that nothing else can replace. A. Being needed B. Having needed C. Needing D. To have been needed 6. —Have you finished making the model ship for me? —I‘m terribly sorry, but I ______ my homework all day yesterday. A. was doing B. would do C. had done D. was about to do 7. Only after being attacked by the Japanese in Pearl Harbor ________in the Second World War thoroughly. A. had America involved B. was America involved C. America had involved D. America was involved 8. —I‘m leaving now. —It‘s so late. Better stay with me. Call a taxi if you ______. A. will B. must C. would D. may 9. Professor Li‘s famous novel is said ______ when he was studying in Stanford University. A. to publish B. published C. to have been published D. to be published 10. — I can‘t find Mr. Smith. Where did you meet him this morning? — It was in the chemistry lab _______ he was doing an experiment. A. that B. which C. where D. the one 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 处的最佳选项，并在机读卡上将该项涂黑。 Organizing for a smooth journey takes a lot of planning．Just a bit of foresight will help you
truly 11 and enjoy what holidays have to offer． Before you travel, you need to first 12 your needs．Sit down together with the people with whom you will be traveling．What are the needs this trip 13 ? Rest, cultural discoveries, work, or sports? Then, set a（n） 14 for yourself．Vacations that far exceed （超出） the money available will give you stress, which is 15 to what you're looking for． 16 think over all those important 17 you need, and begin early the 18 needed to obtain them before leaving．Whether it is your passport, an international driving license, traveler's checks, or train tickets, all these need time to be 19 for． During the journey, enjoy yourself! There are so many people who 20 all that they've left back home．What can you do anyway, sitting on your island paradise ? You can solve problems, if any, when you 21 ．Learn to awaken your 22 ．Listen to new songs of birds．Touch the 23 and warm sand．Watch a sunset splitting itself into all kinds of colors．Delight in the good 24 of the food on your plate． 25 every second available to you and consider yourself blessed to be there at that time． If you were 26 abroad, when you come back, visit your doctor without delay．Above all, don't 27 the end of the holiday．That'll cause you to lose whatever good you got out of it．28 you were lucky to have had one, and continue to live a better life．29 is stopping you from choosing to continue life a little slower, a little 30 ．and much happier! 11．A．study B．relax C．hide D．understand 12．A．plan B．meet C．list D．realize 13．A．lies in B．calls for C．results in D．waits for 14．A．budget B．order C．date D．intention 15．A．sensitive B．opposite C．similar D．obvious 16．A．Especially B．Therefore C．Finally D．Still 17．A．meetings B．tools C．clothes D．documents 18．A．steps B．movements C．classes D．incidents 19．A . paid B．applied C．arranged D．begged 20．A．tell about B．worry about C．talk about D．learn about 21．A．leave B．come C．stay D．return 22．A．emotions B．happiness C．senses D．memory 23．A．soft B．wet C．hot D．special 24．A．qualities B．tastes C．designs D．feelings 25．A．Make the most of B．Get prepared for C．Be engaged in D．Get hold of 26．A．nervous B．violent C．ill D．sad 27．A．judge B．affect C．trust D．destroy 28．A．Expect B．Admire C．Admit D．Find 29．A．Everything B．Nothing C．Anything D．Something 30．A．calmer B．longer C．harder D．wealthier 第二部分 阅读理解（共两节，满分 50 分） 第一节 阅读下列短文，从每题所给的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中，选出最佳选项，并 在机读卡 上将该项涂黑。 （共 20 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 40 分） A
Italians like to say that when it comes to alcohol, they have a sipping culture rather than a drinking culture. That means that while Italians may enjoy a glass of wine or beer, they don‘t usually get very drunk. That‘s not true anymore. The new study by the Italian National Health Institute found that 63 percent of Italians under age 18 get drunk on the weekends. Now, the city of Milan has created a law that will stop anyone under 16 from buying alcohol. Anyone who sells or gives alcohol to a person under 16 can be fined up to $700. Young people who feel that the new law is unfair should go to the US for some perspective. The US has the highest drinking age in the world: It‘s illegal for anyone under 21 to buy alcohol, and stores or restaurants that are caught selling alcohol to people under the legal age risk losing their licenses. Many young Americans complain that the drinking laws are unfair: They are allowed to vote in elections and join the military at age 18, so why wait another three years just to buy a bottle of beer? These young people have found help in an unusual place. Last year, more than 100 presidents of US universities joined together to ask lawmakers to consider changing the drinking age. They argued that the law doesn‘t stop underage college kids from getting drunk – it just makes them want to drink more. For now, the law seems unlikely to change. But US teenagers who want alcohol can go north to Canada, where the drinking age is 18-19, or south to Mexico where the legal age is 18. Throughout much of Asia, Africa and Europe, the legal drinking age ranges 16-18. In plenty of places though, the official drinking age is ignored, and even young children can buy alcohol if they have the money to pay for it. No matter how old you are, you should always be responsible with alcohol. Teenagers in Milan are now learning that their reckless (不顾后果的) drinking behavior may come at a high price. 31. The new law by the city of Milan ______. A. aims to keep Italy‘s sipping culture alive B. is welcomed by Italian adult people C. has reduced the number of underage youths getting drunk D. forbids selling alcohol to people under 16 32. Which of the following places has the lowest drinking age? A. Mexico B. New York C. Milan D. Canada 33. Many US university presidents want lawmakers to consider changing the drinking age because they ______. A. have received complaints from many young Americans about the unfairness of the laws B. agree that people old enough to vote and join the army should be allowed to drink C. don‘t want to see US teenagers going to neighboring countries for a drink D. believe that the law is pushing underage youths toward alcohol instead of stopping them 34. We can infer from the passage that ______. A. Restaurants in the US don‘t sell alcohol to people under 21 for fear of a $700fine B. In many places shop owners don‘t mind selling alcohol to underage customers C. The author thinks that US teenagers should go to Canada or Mexico to drink D. Teens in Milan have to pay a lot of money for their reckless drinking behavior
B If you feel at present that you don‘t have enough friends in your life, one reason may be that you have let yourself become too busy to make time for the relationships you already have. Starting and keeping friendship requires effort and commitment. Many of us let our lives become so busy with work and other commitments that we don‘t get around to scheduling time for pleasure and renewal with the friends, relatives and acquaintances we already have. Making the effort to call your friends more regularly and to accept more of the invitations you receive from others can improve your social life in a hurry! Are there any people you could call right now and be assured of a pleasant welcome? Are there people that you could count on to help you in time of difficulty? Can you have close talks with them? Do you have fun when you are together? Are you happy to have them in your life? If you haven‘t seen much of them lately, is it because you have become too busy? Have you grown apart? Was there an argument? If the main reason why you haven‘t been getting together with the people you already know is that you have gotten too busy, take a good look at how you spend your time. Compare it with your real values and priorities in life. Is your busy lifestyle really bringing you the quality of life that you want? If you have become too busy for friends, why has this happened? Are you seeking material toys in your life at the expense of relationships with other human beings? Have you allowed your time to be over-committed because you never say ―No‖ to anyone? Do you insist on doing things yourself that could be left to others? If so, why? Do you believe that everything depends on you? Examine whether the way you are now spending your time accurately reflects your deepest values and priorities. Make sure that you schedule adequate time for the things that are truly most important to you. If you really want to keep friends in your life, make a space in your schedule, and a space in your heart for them. 35. In this passage the author mainly discusses ______. A. how to balance friendship and work B. how to spend our spare time C. whether we should keep friendship D. whether we should invite friends to dinner 36. Which of the following doesn‘t indicate a good relationship? A. You have someone to count on when you are in trouble. B. You have someone to have close talks with. C. You feel depressed with others in life. D. You have fun when you are with someone. 37. The reason why you have become too busy for friends may be the following except that______. A. you spend too much time seeking material toys in your life B. you feel it difficult to keep friendship C. you stick to doing everything all by yourself D. you never refuse whatever other people ask you to do
38. The best title for the passage may be ______ A. Too busy for Friendship? C. How to Spend Your Time.
B. Too busy with work? D. How to Make New Friends.
C Like many of my generation, I have a weakness for hero worship. At some point, however, we all begin to question our heroes and our need for them. This leads us to ask: What is a hero? Despite immense differences in cultures, heroes around the world generally share a number of characteristics that instruct and inspire people. A hero does something worth talking about. A hero has a story of adventure to tell and community who will listen. But a hero goes beyond mere fame. Heroes serve powers or principles larger than themselves. Like high-voltage transformers, heroes take the energy of higher powers and step it down so that it can be used by ordinary people. The hero lives a life worthy of imitation. Those who imitate a genuine hero experience life with new depth, enthusiasm, and meaning. A sure test for would-be heroes is what or whom do they serve? What are they willing to live and die for? If the answer or evidence suggests they serve only their own fame, they may be famous persons but not heroes. Madonna and Michael Jackson are famous, but who would claim that their fans find life more abundant? Heroes are catalysts (催化剂) for change. They have a vision from the mountaintop. They have the skill and the charm to move the masses. They create new possibilities. Without Gandhi, India might still be part of the British Empire. Without Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King, Jr., we might still have segregated (隔离的) buses, restaurants, and parks. It may be possible for large-scale change to occur without leaders with magnetic personalities, but the pace of change would be slow, the vision uncertain, and the committee meetings endless. 39. Although heroes may come from different cultures, they __________. A. generally possess certain inspiring characteristics B. probably share some weaknesses of ordinary people C. are often influenced by previous generations D. all unknowingly attract a large number of fans 40. According to the passage, heroes are compared to high-voltage transformers in that _______. A. they have a vision from the mountaintop B. they have warm feelings and emotions C. they can serve as concrete examples of noble principles D. they can make people feel stronger and more confident 41. Madonna and Michael Jackson are not considered heroes because __________. A. they are popular only among certain groups of people B. their performances do not improve their fans morally C. their primary concern is their own financial interests D. they are not clear about the principles they should follow 42. The author concludes that historical changes would __________. A. be delayed without leaders with inspiring personal qualities B. not happen without heroes making the necessary sacrifices C. take place if there were heroes to lead the people D. produce leaders with attractive personalities D
Writing articles about films for The Front Page was my first proper job. Before then I had done bits of reviewing — novels for other newspapers, films for a magazine and anything I was asked to do for the radio. That was how I met Tom Seaton, the first arts editor of The Front Page, who had also written for television. He hired me, but Tom was not primarily a journalist, or he would certainly have been more careful in choosing his staff. At first, his idea was that a team of critics should take care of the art forms that didn‘t require specialized knowledge: books, TV, theatre, film and radio. There would be a weekly lunch at which we would make our choices from the artistic material that Tom had decided we should cover, though there would also be guests to make the atmosphere sociable. It all felt like a bit of dream at that time: a new newspaper and I was one of the team. It seemed so unlikely that a paper could be introduced into a crowded market. It seemed just as likely that a millionaire wanted to help me personally, and was pretending to employ me. Such was my lack of self-confidence. Tom‘s original scheme for a team of critics for the arts never took off. It was a good idea, but we didn‘t get together as planned and so everything was done by phone. It turned out, too, that the general public out there preferred to associate a reviewer with a single subject area, and so I chose film. Without Tom‘s initial push, though, we would hardly have come up with the present arrangement, by which I write an extended weekly piece, usually on one film. The space I am given allows me to broaden my argument — or forces me, in an uninteresting week, to make something out of nothing. But what is my role in the public arena (舞台)? I assume that people choose what films to go to on the basis of the stars, the publicity or the director. So if a film review isn‘t really a consumer guide, what is it? I certainly don‘t feel I have a responsibility to be ?right‘ about a movie. Nor do I think there should be a certain number of ?great‘ and ?bad‘ films each year. All I have to do is put forward an argument. I‘m not a judge, and nor would I want to be. 43. What do we learn about Tom Seaton from the first paragraph? A. He encouraged the writer to become a writer. B. He met the writer when working for television. C. He had worked in various areas of the media. D. He prefers to employ people that he knows. 44. The weekly lunches were planned in order to ______. A. help the writers get to know each other B. distribute the work that had to be done C. provide an informal information session D. entertain important visitors from the arts 45. What does the author mean when he says that Tom‘s plan never took off in Paragraph 4? A. Tom‘s plan was unpopular. B. Tom‘s plan wasted too much time. C. Tom‘s plan wasn‘t planned properly. D. Tom‘s plan wasn‘t put into practice. 46. Which of the following best describes what the writer says about his work? A. He can freely express his opinion. B. He prefers to write about films he likes. C. His success varies from year to year. D. He writes according to accepted rules. E Movies in the theater get their recognition at awards ceremonies, such as the Oscars. But how about movies for phones? They are getting their turn at MoFilm — the first mobile film festival. The first MoFilm competition received 250 entries from more than 100 countries. Entries were restricted to films that were five minutes or less in length — ideal for viewing and sharing on
mobile phones. An independent jury then selected a shortlist of five film-makers. The winner was chosen from the shortlist by an audience voting using their phones. New Platforms The awards highlight the increasing impact that mobile phones are making in the entertainment industry. Many grassroots filmmakers start out with short films. They are thwarted by the lack of opportunities to screen their work. Therefore, mobile phones are increasingly being seen as a new platform for these short works. It is a good place for anyone who wants to express themselves and find a way to have that expression be seen by a wide audience. Just think about how many people have mobile phones in the world! New Technology Advances MoFilm is pioneering content for mobile and online services that is a world away from Hollywood. The majority of films made for mobiles are now short in length, taking into account the screen size. However, this could be overcome as technology advances. In the near future, longer films will likely be seen on the mobile phone. And there are mobile companies creating phones where users can watch movies at higher quality. Wherever you see movies, one thing is certain: the quality of work, the simple ability at story telling, and the thing that inspires someone to tell a story can really come from anywhere. 47. At the first MoFilm, ______. A. movies in the theater got their recognition B. more than 100 countries took part in the competition C. ideal films were five minutes or less in length D. the winner was chosen by experts‘ voting 48. The underlined word ―thwarted‖ probably means ______. A. disappointed B. surprised C. frightened D. encouraged 49. What‘s the best title for the passage? A. Putting Movies on Mobiles B. Introduction of Latest Mobile Phones C. Mobile Phones‘ Ceremonies D. Film Awards Broadcast on Mobile Phones 50. Which of the following statements is NOT true? A. MoFilm is not a part of Hollywood. B. Mobile phones are a new platform for short films. C. MoFilm get their recognition through Oscars. D. Films made for mobiles will likely be cleaner. 第二节 根据对话内容, 从对话后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项, 然后将答案写 到答题卷 相应的位置上。选项中有两项多余选项。 （共 5 小题; 每小题 2 分, 满分 10 分） — 51 — Of course. What can I do for you? — Can you tell me how I can get to the Excelsior Hotel from here? — The Excelsior? Let‘s see, that‘s in the city, right? — 52 — Well, you can take a bus to the city. Just go out the front door of the terminal and cross the street. There is a sign that says, ―Airport- City Bus.‖ Otherwise, you can take a taxi. You can catch one right in front of the terminal.
— 53 — It‘s 5 dollars. — How about a taxi? — 54 — I‘d better take a bus then. How often does the bus run? — I think you just missed one. There is a schedule printed on the sign outside. I think that the buses run every half hour or so. — 55 — Why so? — I have a lot of luggage and it‘s late. Thank you! A. Can you give me some information? B. Excuse me, can you help me? C. Yes, it is on forty-third Street, just off Eleventh Avenue. D. On the second thought, I’d better take a taxi. E. A taxi runs about 15 to 20 dollars. F. Do you know how much the bus fare is? G. Although a taxi is more expensive, it is faster and more convenient.
第 II 卷（满分 60 分） 第三部分 写作（共三节，满分 60 分） 第一节 阅读表达（共 5 小题，每小题 2 分，满分 10 分） 阅读下面短文并回答问题，然后将答案写到答题卷相应的位置上。 （请注意每题词数要 求） I want to give some sound advice to people who just can‘t seem to find their purposes or paths in life. I had been in the difficult situation for years, thinking about the right career and work for me. I never could get myself to find peace in anything. I moved from job to job, not really enjoying my work. Here are my three ways I got on the right track. 1.Look back on, when you were in school, the things you liked to do， subjects you enjoyed, the and why you enjoyed them. I looked back and found simple things like how interested I was in fitness, food, nutrition, health, and science. These are such important areas in themselves and I‘m now creating a business around these subjects.? 2.__________.You shouldn‘t be afraid to talk to your friends about your feelings, and you will be surprised at how much they can help you. Another option would be to find a mentor whose knowledge and experience will be invaluable. I personally chose an online millionaire mentor, who showed me step by step how to follow my passions and guided me towards setting up my own business.? 3.Choose personal improvement. This is all about learning about yourself and how your mind works. It‘s important to control yourself and understand what drives people. In a nutshell, this changed my life. I used to have very little confidence. Now I can light up a room. I used to have little faith in myself, but now I value myself highly as everybody should.? 56. What is the main idea of the text?(no more than 10 words)? ____________________________________________________________________________?
57. Complete the following statement with proper words in the last paragraph. (no more than 4 words) A smile can ________ a single heart or a whole room. 58. Fill in the blank in Paragraph 3 with a proper sentence.( no more than 6 words）? _____________________________________________________________________________? 59. Who would be most interested in the above passage? (no more than 10 words)? ______________________________________________________________________________ 60. What does the word "These"(line 3, paragraph 2) probably refer to?(no more than 6 words)? _______________________________________________________________________________ 第二节 短文改错（共 10 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 15 分） 请将答案写到答题卷相应的位置上。 下文中共有 10 处语言错误，每句中最多有两处。每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删 除或修改。 增加: 在缺词处加一个漏字符号（∧ ，并在其下面写出该加的词。 ） 删除: 把多余的词用斜线〔\〕划掉。 修改: 在错的词下划一横线，并在该词下面写出修改后的词。 注意：1.每处错误及其修改均仅限一词； 2.只允许修改 10 处，多者（从第 11 处起）不计分。 Most students feel like nervous before taking an important exam. Some feel dizzy or tiring, some lose their appetites for food and other even suffer from sleep problems. All the symptoms have terrible effects in their exams. How can they get rid of these bad symptoms? Personal, it‘s important to make a careful plan in advance to review what they have learned, what will help them reduce the pressure. Besides, they should arrange their time properly. They shouldn‘t stay too late because only enough sleep makes them energetic and enable them to perform well in an exam. What‘s more, a balanced diet can contribute to their perform in exams. They are supposed to eating nutritious food such as eggs, milk, meat, carrots, walnuts, etc. 第三节 书面表达（满分 35 分） 请将答案写到答题卷相应的位置上。 学校英语社征稿，请同学们就校园清洁问题和校园环境发表看法，并提出建议，包括如下内 容： 1． 美好环境让人感到舒适，心情愉快，从而提高效率(efficiency)； 2． 就校园做清洁和保洁提两点建议； 3． 就美化校园提两点建议。 词数：120 左右。 注意：题目已为你写出，不计入总词数。 Better Schoolyard Contributes to a Better School Life _______________________________________________________________________________ _______ 2014 级英语零诊模拟试题答案 单选 1—5 ADDBA 完形填空 11—15 BCBAB 6—10 ABBCC 16—20 CDACB 21—35 DCABA 26—30 CDCBA
阅读理解 31-34 DCDB 35-38 ACBA 39-42 DCAB 43-46 CBDA 47-50 BAAC 补全对话 61—65 BCFED 阅读表达 阅读表达 56. How to get on the right track./Three ways to get on the right track. 57. light up 58. Do ask for help. 59. People who can‘t find their purposes or paths in life. 60. Fitness, food, nutrition, health, and science. 短文改错 第一行：去掉 like; tiring 改成 tired 第二行：other 改成 others 第三行：in 改成 on; Personal 改成 Personally 第四行：what 改成 which 第五行：stay 与 too 之间加 up 第六行：enable 改成 enables 第七行：perform 改成 performance 第八行：eating 改成 eat 书面表达 Better Schoolyard Contributes to a Better School Life As is known to all, the schoolyard is where teachers work and students study. A better place will certainly make us feel happier and more comfortable, thus improving our working efficiency. First, the public areas in our school should be divided among classes and each class should be responsible for their area and keep it clean all the time. All the students should be encouraged not to litter. Second, more plants, flowers and grass should be planted so that our school will look like a park. The passages in the teaching buildings can be decorated with works of art, or portraits of famous people, which will inspire the students to study hard. The classrooms can also be properly decorated. I hope we will have a better environment and enjoy a better school life.
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