2016 届学军中学高考模拟考试 英语试题卷
考生须知： 1．本卷满分 120 分，考试时间 120 分钟； 2．答题前在答题卷指定区域填写姓名、准考证号； 3．所有答案必须写在答题卷和机读卡上，写在试卷上无效； 4．考试结束后，只需上交答题卷和机读卡。
选择题部分(共 80 分)
第一部分英语知识运用（共两节，满分 30 分） 第一节：
单项填空（共 20 小题；每小题 0．5 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，并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂 黑 1.--- Why didn’t you pay the accommodation rent? ---The rent? ____________ A. It all depends. B. It’s up to you. C. You are crazy! D. That isn’t due yet. 2. Visitors were fascinated by ______ wonderful music fountain show and the beauty of _______nature in Hangzhou. A. /; / B. /; the C. the; / D. the; the 3. The slump(衰退) in construction has ______ many workers their jobs. A. cost B. lost C. caused D. missed 4. I _____ you somewhere before, but your name has escaped me _____. A. may see; in a moment B. can’t have seen; for a moment C. should have seen; at the moment D. must have seen; for the moment 5. John ______ some knowledge of computer just by watching others working on it. A. set up B. picked up C. looked up D. brought up 6. He is a good journalist with an extremely _______mind, having a good ―nose‖ for story. A. sharp B. enthusiastic C. affordable D. secure 7. TuYouyou’s years’ of hard work _________ when she finally won the Nobel Prize. A. went on B. ended up C. got through D. paid off 8. --- Got your driving license? --- No, I ______ too busy to have enough practice, so I didn’t take the driving test last week. A. had been B. will be C. am D. have been 9. Backward somewhat technologically ______ we are for the moment, we have confidence in our ability to catch up in time. A. as B. if C. although D. like 10. New ideas sometimes have to wait for years before ______. A. being fully accepted B. fully accepting C. having fully accepted D. fully accepted 11. Many college students are willing to work in Western China after graduation, _______ more opportunities of employment are available. A. when B. that C. where D. there
12. She hurried and made ______ home just in time to see her son before he went to bed. A. herself B. this C. that D. it 13．We’re committed to the project. We wouldn’t be here _______. A. thus B. otherwise C. furthermore D. besides 14. It is raining hard, and you have to drive _______ to avoid traffic accidents. A. fortunately B. smoothly C. cautiously D. properly 15. ---It's thirty years since we last met. ---But I still remember the story, believe it or not, ______ we got lost on a rainy night. A. which B. that C. what D. when 16. ---Will the color _______ if the dress is washed? --- No, it won’t. A. drop B. walk C. run D. pass 17. When you talk about a person's _____, you are referring to the country, race, or social class of their parents or ancestors. A. origin B. nationality C. generation D. relation 18. The students are forbidden, unless they had special passes, _______ after 11p.m. A. staying out B. from staying out C. stay out D. to stay out 19. It is difficult to _______the exact meaning of some words when you translate them into a foreign language. A. show off B. turn out C. bring out D. take to 20. --- I can’t bear the air pollution in this city any more. It is getting worse and worse. --- ___________! We’ve never had so many chemical factories before. A. I wouldn’t bet on it B. You said it C. Keep it up D. Come off it 第二节：完形填空（共 20 小题；每题 1 分，满分 20 分） 阅读下面短文，掌握其大意，然后选出最佳选项，并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。 PROM (高中毕业舞会) is a day you'll never forget. It’s one of the most important events of your senior year, one you definitely don’t want to___21____. About a month__22___ prom, I started my countdown. Part of me didn’t want to go, but I knew I couldn’t let the___23___pass me by, and going was the best decision I made all year – next to studying, of course! It took me about a week to find my dress. I bought it second-hand,___24___it was the most ___25____dress I’d ever seen – not too fancy, just the look I wanted. My shoes were tricky; most companies don’t cater for people with wide___26___, so I had to buy mine from Wal-Mart. It might not seem the best place for shoes, but they were so___27___that I couldn’t ___28___ to dance all night long in them. My cousin Melissa did my hair and make-up. I received so many compliments at prom about my hair and make-up and I ___29___ them all to her. When people think of prom, they often think ―___30___‖. But going with a date is overrated (期望过高的) – you can have just as much fun with a group of ___31___. We danced for four hours and I felt ___32___ my feet were going to fall off. After that came the dessert buffet. There were four to five tables filled with sweets. I only had a piece of chocolate cheesecake and this little cup of strawberry dessert, but both were to ___33___! By the time the casino and magician arrived, everyone was super___34___. I wanted to doze off (打盹), but I went out into the hall with friends and___35___pictures. At around 6:30 am, we headed___36___the breakfast hall for breakfast and goodbyes. Although it wasn’t the
___37___time we would be seeing each other, it felt as if we were___38___behind so much. Prom is going to be one of the best___39___ in your life. Don’t think of it as a dance. Think of it as a ___40___ moment. I know it was for me. 21. A. mistake B. miss C. purchase D. process 22. A. before B. after C. since D. as 23. A. chance B. events C. matter D. occasions 24. A. so B. but C. thus D. otherwise 25.A. expensive B. beautiful C. natural D. magical 26. A. feet B. shoulders C. relationships D. ranges 27. A. technological B. unforgettable C. significant D. comfortable 28. A. wake B. wait C. volunteer D. transport 29. A. owe B. own C. return D. transform 30. A. uniform B. update C. date D. dance 31. A. singers B. players C. families D. friends 32. A. even if B. as if C. in fact D. in response 33. A. die for B. pay for C. break down D. burn down 34. A. inspired B. disappointed C. disturbed D. tired 35. A. sold B. took C. explore D. confirm 36. A. into B. out C. from D. in 37. A. best B. worst C. last D. first 38. A. submitting B. subscribing C. lending D. leaving 39. A. decisions B. dances C. times D. lectures 40. A. time-consuming B. life-changing C. life-deciding D.trouble-making 第二部分：阅读理解（第一节 20 小题，第二节 5 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 50 分） 第一节：阅读下列材料，从每题所给的四个选项中选出最佳选项，并在答题纸上将该选项标 号涂黑。 A Do you want to live with a strong sense of peacefulness, happiness, goodness, and selfrespect? The collection of happiness actions broadly categorized as "honor" help you create this life of good feelings. Here's an example to show how honorable actions create happiness. Say a store clerk fails to charge us for an item. If we keep silent, and profit from the clerk's mistake, we would drive home with a sense of sneaky （偷偷摸摸的） excitement. Later we might tell our family or friends about our good fortune. On the other hand, if we tell the clerk about the uncharged item, the clerk would be grateful and thank us for our honesty. We would leave the store with a quiet sense of honor that we might never share with another soul. Then, what is it to do with our sense of happiness? In the first case, where we don't tell the clerk, a couple of things would happen. Deep down inside we would know ourselves as a type of thief. In the process, we would lose some peace of mind and self-respect. We would also demonstrate that we cannot be trusted, since we advertise our dishonor by telling our family and friends. We damage our own reputations by telling others. In contrast, bringing the error to the clerk's attention causes different things to happen. Immediately the clerk knows us to be honorable. Upon leaving the store, we feel honorable and our self-respect is increased. Whenever we take honorable action we gain the deep internal rewards of goodness and a sense of nobility.
There is a beautiful positive cycle that is created by living a life of honorable actions. Honorable thoughts lead to honorable actions. Honorable actions lead us to a happier existence. And it's easy to think and act honorably again when we're happy. While the positive cycle can be difficult to start, once it's started, it's easy to continue. Keeping on doing good deeds brings us peace of mind, which is important for our happiness. 41. According to the passage, the positive action in the example contributes to our___. A. self-respect B. sneaky excitement C. financial rewards D. friendly relationship 42. The author thinks that keeping silent about the uncharged item is equal to___. A. lying B. stealing C. cheating D. advertising 43. The phrase "bringing the error to the clerk's attention"(in Para. 5) means___. A. telling the truth to the clerk B. offering advice to the clerk C. blaming the clerk for the error D. reminding the clerk of the charged item 44. How will we feel if we let the clerk know the mistake? A. We'll be very excited. B. We'll feel unfortunate. C. We'll have a sense of honor. D. We'll feel sorry for the clerk. 45. What is the article mainly about? A. How to live truthfully. B. Importance of peacefulness. C. Ways of gaining self-respect. D. Happiness through honorable actions. B Some say college is wasted on the young. So many of us look back at our own college years and realize what we could have done differently to make the most of them. While we can't go back, we certainly can offer our sons and daughters our best advice to help them make the right choices in college. Hopefully, they will have fewer regrets than we do. Following are five guidelines parents can share with their college-bound kids to put the whole experience in perspective. EDUCATION IS YOUR FIRST PRIORITY As soon as you arrive on campus, there will be competing interests. Feel free to check them out but always remember that you are there first and foremost for your education. Go to class prepared and on time. Be engaged during class. Make sure your professor knows you and realizes that you care. BE RESPONSIBLE There are many layers of responsibility. Do what you say you will do and, if you can't, own up to it early and communicate clearly. But being responsible isn't just about meeting your commitments; it is also about taking care of you, your body, and your friends. For example, more than 1800 college students die annually from alcohol-related injuries. Look out for yourself and other people. Make moderate, sensible decisions so you aren't reeling from the consequences later. TAKE THE OPPORTUNITY Incredible opportunities will present themselves: studying abroad, interning at a unique place, trying new things. Don't let fear prevent you from taking advantage of them. There may never be so much time or as many resources devoted to your betterment again in your life. Say yes to opportunities that will help you grow. FIND AND BE A MENTOR
Some of the best lessons available to us can come outside of the classroom in the form of a mentor. One of the most powerful growth opportunities is being a mentor. Early on, find someone on campus who you feel can help you grow and develop a relationship with him or her. Also find someone for you to mentor. You will reinforce and enrich your own learning experience by teaching someone else. GET THE JOB DONE It is natural to occasionally feel you want to quit, when it makes more sense to you to go find a full-time job. Resist that urge. As Jocelyn Negron-Rios, a mother of two, who is currently completing her degree, advises, "No matter how difficult it seems, keep at it because however insurmountable(难以克服的) it feels now, multiply that by 10,000 and that is how it feels when you are in your thirties with a full-time job and a family and are trying to pursue a degree." 46. According to the passage, the most important thing for college students is ______. A. taking part in different activities B. working hard to get a degree C. seizing every chance to try new things D. improving themselves by learning from the others 47. Which of the following about college life is true? A. Passing on what you've learned in college can help you enrich your learning experience. B. Make sure that you are responsible for yourself rather than others. C. Professors will not assess your performances in class but the grades you get in exams. D. You can make full use of the opportunity whenever you want. 48. What can we infer from the words said by Jocelyn in the last paragraph? A. Persistence is the key to success when you meet with difficulties in your learning process. B. It is better if you gain more working experience before you finish your education. C. As long as you work hard, you can gain a degree even when you are in your thirties. D. Youth is the best time to learn since you have fewer burdens. 49. What is the main purpose of the passage? A. To give some rules for the college students. B. To call on the students to make full use of college years. C. To summarize some tips for parents to share with their children. D. To analyze the benefits and difficulties of college life. C Why would people not be motivated to make changes that could improve their life? And the answer is: It’s a trick question. People are motivated to do what’s good for them. The problem is that ―what’s good for them‖ is often nowhere near as obvious as it sounds—and that, even if they can figure out what that is, they may not believe that it will be possible for them to do it. Simply put, at the heart of the myth of being ―unmotivated‖ lies the frustrating, demoralizing(令人士气低落的), completely human state of ambivalence(矛盾心理). Imagine you begin to realize that something about your current behavior or situation might be a problem for you. You start thinking about making a change—and almost immediately you think
about what making that change would cost you. Sure, losing weight and getting into shape will improve your health, give you more energy and zest(热情), enhance your self-esteem. But it may also require you to give up sleep to work out in the morning, or lose precious time with family in the evenings; you may have to give up some of your favorite foods (and the comfort they bring) or tolerate feeling hungry (and the discomfort it causes). When it comes to important life decisions, just about every option a person is faced with has costs (real and perceived 意识上的) as well as benefits. To resolve your ambivalence you have to believe that the benefits of pursuing a path dramatically outweigh the costs—that the advantages of one option are clearly superior to the advantages of others. But what do I mean by ―dramatically outweighs‖? How superior is ―clearly superior‖? Imagine that I told you there existed a special pill that, if taken once a day, would cause you to live to be 100 and never be sick a day in your life. Would you take it? Of course—the benefits of the pill far outweigh the minor inconvenience. But now imagine I told you that to receive the pill you would have to agree never to see any of the people you love again. Would you accept this bargain? A long, healthy life is something that almost anyone would want—even make sacrifices for. Yet most of us value the people we love even more than we value our health—and when competing options provoke(引发) a conflict of values, you will almost always choose the option that you care about the most, even if it does bring costs of its own or seems wrong-headed to the people around you. But let’s imagine you’ve decided that a particular change would bring many benefits and few costs and that it would be completely consistent with your values. Can we anticipate(预见) with certainty that you will take action to make that change? Not necessarily. If you expected your efforts to fail, the chances are very good thatyou wouldn’t even bother to try. And why should you? Resolving ambivalence requires not only knowing the path that is right for you but also feeling confident about pursuing it—believing you can succeed at accomplishing what you hope to accomplish. If you believe you have a problem, but don’t believe there’s anything you’re capable of doing to solve it, you have only two options: denial or despair. That is, you can tell yourself that you really don’t have a problem (or that it’s not so bad) or you can face the idea that the problem is really serious but completely unsolvable and be consumed by hopelessness. 50. People sometimes are ―unmotivated‖ about making changes that could improve their life because____________. A. they don’t think changes are good for them B. They don’t know exactly what is good for them C. They are stopped from doing that by the surroundings
D. They lack some guidance and support 51. According to the passage, losing weight and getting into shape might means the followings EXCEPET_________________. A. ruining family relationship B. building up your self-esteem C. giving up favorite foods and feeling hungry D. gaining more energy and zest 52. From paragraph 5 and 6 we can learn________________. A. one must be very cautious in making a change. B. a person will choose the option that he values the most C. the difference between the benefits and costs D. a person will definitely make a change when the benefits overweigh the costs 53. What does the underlined sentence mean? A. It is possible that you may take action to make a change. B. You are not sure whetherto make a change or not. C. You are more likely not to make a change. D. There is so great a chance so you would not mind take the trouble. 54. What might the writer go on to write about? A. How to be confident enough to make changes. B. How important it is to make a change. C. What brings the changes in our life. D. How to make the right choice.
My eight-year-old daughter concerned me in the kitchen. ―Daddy, I want a rat.‖ A rat.I saw beady-eyed, naked-tailed rodents the size of small dogs racing along subway tracks in my mind. She wanted one of those in our house? ―No, Daddy, a pet rat.‖ What had started about a year earlier as a strange fancy had become a serious pursuit. Alison persisted with reasonable, logical arguments about how she would take care of the rat herself, how she would learn responsibility doing so, and how she would even pay for the rat’s upkeep with her own money. No whining, no tantrum. She laid out a sober and convincing case. I wanted to say ―no‖ and be done with it. I say ―no‖ habitually. Sometimes, because it’s obvious: ―No, we can’t go to Disney World after dinner.‖ Or, ―No, you may not wear your muddy boots to bed.‖ Other times, I say it out of convenience: ―No we’re not stopping at the toy store on the way to school.‖ Other times, it’s from weariness: ―No, we can’t make a robot this evening.‖
I didn’t want a rat, yet that didn’t seem the right response for this situation, given the way Alison had so maturely made her case. So I gave her the classic parent stall. ―Let me talk to your mother about it.‖ That evening when my wife and I finally had a quiet moment alone after putting the kids to bed, I broached the subject with her. ―A rat?!‖ She said. ―Are you crazy?‖ I explained that Alison had impressed me with the case she had made and the reasonable way she had presented it. I didn’t want to dismiss her effort; I wanted to encourage her maturity. ―Maybe we could come up with a creative response,‖Isuggested. ―Such as?‖ ―I don’t know. That’s why I’m asking you.‖ My wife didn’t let me down. She came up with the idea that Alison could demonstrate her willingness and responsibility by researching some basic questions we had about rats: How much do they cost? What care do they need? Do they smell? The task--or the answers she found—might discourage her and we could move on to traditional pets, such as goldfish. Alison would not be deterred. She searched out the answered and jotted diligent notes. She learned what sort of cage best suits rats, what types of food they can (and can’t) eat, what sort of litter is bad for them. She learned that two rats are better than one—they’re social creatures. By that point, I couldn’t say no. Alison had proved herself capable. If she continued to do so, caring for the rats and paying for their upkeep, she would learn the responsibility we wanted her to practice. My wife agreed, provided I was the one willing to oversee the rat’s upkeep. She was all for nurturing Alison’s maturity but wanted nothing to do with the rodents. Alison and I called several pet stores, looking for baby rats ready for adoption. One store has just received a litter that would be ready in a week. Alison was beside herself with excitement --her yearlong dream was only a week away from being fulfilled. That Sunday afternoon, I drove Alison and her six-year-old brother, Brendan, to the pet store. A clerk in a blue shirt unlocked the door to a private room where the baby rats were kept in a large cage. The soft, furry critters tumbled over one another like a litter of tiny puppies. I must admit, they were cuter than I’d expected. They peered at us with inquiring eyes. I hardly noticed their tails. Alison immediately picked out a cuddly little fellow with soft brown and white fur and named her Snickers. Brendan chose a rambunctious rat with darker markings he dubbed Milk Duke. While I paid at the cash register, the clerk packed the child’s new pets into small cardboard boxes. Alison and Brendan cradled the boxes back to the minivan, beaming. There are moments as parents when we want to high-five ourselves for making a good decision or doing something right
with our kids. This was one of those for me. Instead of saying ―no‖ to what I didn’t want, I had said ―yes‖ to this. I had that Christmas-morning satisfaction of feeling the thrill of my children’s delight. I smiled to myself. Alison settled into her seat, a huge smile still on her face. ―I can’t believe I have a rat of my own after a year of begging!‖ ―It wasn’t your begging,‖I told her. ―You made a reasonable, mature case for getting a rat. We wanted to reward that.‖ ―Dad?‖ Brendan immediately piped up. ―Can I get a pet lion?‖ He quickly laid out reasons why a lion would make a good pet. I may have learned something about flexibility with the rats, but I had no lost my ability to reason. ―No.‖ 55. The writer did not say―NO‖to Alison’s request for a pet rat because______________. A. He loved animals C.Alison had so maturely made her case B. Alison had behaved very well C. he had said ―NO‖ too often.
56. What does theunderlined word ―deterred‖ mean? A. discouraged B. confused C. frightenedD. shocked
57. When the children got the pet rats back home, the writer felt_____________________. A. emotional and lost B. proud and satisfied
C. devoted and fulfilledD. completed and encouraged 58.It can be inferred from the last paragraph that _________________________. A. the writer would be talked into buying a new pet for Alison B. the writer thought his daughter was so greedy C. the writer would not lose his head to buy his son a pet lion D. the writer regretted for what he had done 59.What is the purpose of the passage? A. To share an unforgettable experience. B. To give a lesson to all the parents. C. To discuss how to be a good parent. D. To describe the relationship between parents and kids. 60. What is the best title of the passage? A. Daddy-can I have a pet rat? B. Daddy-believe in me! C. Never give up! D. Never easy to be a parent! 第二节：下面文章中有 5 处（第 61~65 题）需要添加小标题，请从以下选项中选出符合各段 意思的小标题，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。选项中一项为多余选项。 A. Talk It Up
B. Set Out to Serve C. Give Gifts of the World D. Let Music Send a Message E. "See" the World — At Home F. Dip into a Foreign Language Today's kids are growing up in a globalized world. But how do you teach them to embrace and thrive among the planet's many cultures — from Boston to Bangkok? Travel is an obvious answer, but far-flung trips may not fit your vacation budget. Raising global kids doesn't have to break the bank or feel like another task for your to-do list. Instead, make it a fun exploration and a unique opportunity to learn, enjoy, explore, and grow. Here are several ways to get started: 61. ____________ Hang a world map in a high-traffic spot so kids get familiar with (and curious about) country and city names, locations, cultures, and languages. Place a globe where they can reach it and they're sure to spin it and imagine far-off places. Consider other decorative items that have a global connection. Some items will come with a story, like a rug woven by women working to improve their lives. Look for picture books that feature houses, gardens, recipes, or sports in far-off places. Do you have examples of foreign currency? Frame them and hang them on the wall as conversation pieces. 62. ____________ International news reports are full of difficult subjects, but you can find gentler ways to start a conversation. Perhaps a friend has an ethnic celebration coming up or kids from another country have just enrolled at your child's school. Check your clothing labels. Was your T-shirt made in Peru, Bangladesh, or China? Find those places on your map and talk about what life might be like there. You don't have to be an expert. Just your sincere interest serves as a powerful example that you care about the larger world. 63. ____________ Find out if your child's school teaches any foreign languages. Can you support the effort or help get a program started? At home, try online learning programs and language software. Play games with your kids to practice their skills or help with an after-school foreign language club. Do you know a friend or neighbor who speaks a foreign language you and your kids would like to learn? Maybe you can arrange for informal tutoring. 64. ____________ Handmade art and crafts make terrific gifts. It's even better when you know the artisan benefited directly from the sale. Consider buying teacher, holiday, and birthday presents from a fair-trade store in your town or online. Kids can find meaning and pride in a purchase that connects them to the bigger world. 65. ____________ Offer your time and resources to make a difference. It cultivates empowerment, motivation, and a sense of global connection. Serving helps make it real for both you and your kids. Where to start? Talk to local people already engaged in service. You also can take a look at U.S. and global programs making a difference on websites like GlobalLiving.com.
A global perspective can begin a family adventure that connects us with diverse communities and helps us see beyond our immediate circumstances. It also prepares kids to succeed in an interconnected economy and society. Locally and globally, it's a win-win-win.
非选择题部分（共 40 分）
第三部分：写作（共两节，满分 40 分） 第一节：短文改错（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） 下面短文中有 10 处语言错误。请在有错误的地方增加、删除或修改某个单词。 增加：在缺词处加一个漏字符号（∧） ，并在其下面写上该加的词。 删除：把多余的词用斜线（\）划掉。 修改：在错的词下划一横线，并在该词下面写上修改后的词。 注意：1.每处错误及修改均仅限一词； 2.只允许修改 10 处，多者（从第 11 处起）不计分。 例如：It was very nice to get your invitation to spend ∧ weekend with you. Luckily I was the am completely free then, so I’ll to say ― yes‖. I’ll arrive in Bristol at around 8p.m. in Friday evening. on
It's a great honor to be here and shares something with you. I still remember how depressing I was after the midterm examination in Senior One, when I have hoped to be still among the best like in junior high school. At that time, my best friend came up and asked me to go to the playground. ―You're always the best in my heart,‖ she comforted me. ―There is always a road ahead.‖ Strange, my heart was filled with warmth I had never sensed ago. I felt much better. Sharing is part of beauty. Just as a Swedish proverb goes, ―Shared joy is a double joy; shared sorrow is half of a sorrow.‖ Sharing can broaden our horizons. As for us, by doing this, I live happier and more confident life. Thanks for your attentions!
第三节：书面表达（满分 30 分） 父母的言传身教在孩子的成长过程中往往起到重要的作用。请用英语写一篇 110～ 120 词的短文，结合自己的经历，描述一件印象深刻的事例，并谈谈感受。 _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________
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2016 年杭州学军中学高考模拟考试 英语参考答案
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One possible student version: Parents’ actions and words can have a great effect on their children. Thanks to my mom’s kindness, I’ve learned to treat the world friendly. One cold winter afternoon, my mom and I were out doing some shopping when we saw an old beggar lying on the cold cement ground, looking so helpless. My mom stopped and searched
for a minute. Finding several coins, she bended and carefully put them into the bowl in front of him. Mum told me that no one would want to beg unless they truly had no way to go. What Mum did and said set me thinking a lot. Being kind to all, especially those trapped in miserable situations, is what my mom taught me.
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