年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试西工大附中第六 2010 年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试西工大附中第六次适应性训练
英语知识运用（共四节， 第一部分 英语知识运用（共四节，满分 55 分） 语音知识 知识（ 小题； 第一节 语音知识（共 5 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 5 分） 从每小题的 A、B、C、D 四
个选项中，找出所给单词的正确读音，并在答 题卡上将该选项涂黑。 1. prefer A. / ? ∩? B / ? ∩? C / ? ∩ D /? ∩ ? 2. ancient A. ∵ ? B ⊙∩ ? C ⊙∩ ? D ⊙∩?? ? ? A./ ⊙ ∩ ? B. / ∵ ∩ ? C. / ⊙ ∩ ?? D. / ⊙ ∩ ? ○⊙? ? ⊙ A./ ○⊙n ∩ B./ ○⊙n ? ? C./ ○⊙n ?⊙∩ D./ ○⊙n ?⊙ ?? ○⊙ A. ∵? ∩ ?○ B. ⊙? ∩ ?○ C. ⊙∩? ∩ ?○ D. ∵? ∩ ?○ 情景对话（ 小题； 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。 —We hear so much about exercises these days. So even experts can’t agree on which exercises are best. Now some doctors are strongly encouraging arm exercises. —Arm exercises? 6 — 7 They say that arm exercises are a way to become physically healthy. —But don’t arm exercises raise your blood pressure? —Yes. But the articles I read supply ways to make up for that. —How? —By adding leg exercises, so that the arms don’t do all the work. 8
—Sounds right to me. I quite agree with you. 9 —They mentioned quite a few, but some of the popular ones are cycling with special bicycles that make you use both your arms and legs. — 10 So I’d like to have a try. —The same with me. A. So what exercises do the experts suggest? B. The more leg exercises you do, the better you are. C. And in turn I’m sure that they’re also a good chance of losing weight. D. Actually that’s not the main reason. E. What’s your opinion about this? F. Is that because our arms are too fat or soft? G. I can hardly believe it. 语法和词汇知识（ 小题； 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. Having received ___________training of the FDS company, Jackson Sharoff was offered __________important position in management. A. the; an B. /; an C. the; / D. a; a 12. Although the necklace is not made of real crystal, it still _______ young people. A. appeals to B. attracts to C. accounts for D. apply for 13. On AIDS Day, the minister of Health Department demanded that the problems ___________ paid special attention to. A. referred to being B. referred to be C. refer to being D. refer to be 14. Bush, 59, looked fresh and _______ as he _______ of the sunny weather to enjoy one of his favorite pastimes. A. energetic; took advantage B. cautious; took charge C. outgoing; took control D. curious; took notice 15. Nokia, the world's largest mobile phone maker, said that over the first nine months of the year it _____ 23 million handsets in China, an increase of 77 percent _____ the same period a year ago. A. sold; comparing with B. has sold; compared to C. had sold; compared to D. was selling; compared with 16. ---I really thought I'd be offered the job. ---Oh, well, _________, Clark.
A. you are right B. best wishes C. congratulations D. better luck next time 17. --- ________ I remind you of is to return the book to our English teacher. ---I will give it to him _________ I see him. A. That; immediately B. What; the moment C. What; while D. Whether; once 18. His letter was so confusing that I could hardly make any ________ of it. A. explanation B. meaning C. sense D. guess 19. The hospital in Harbin is already _________ of shocking mistreatment, as a 74-year-old man died of heart failure, after 67 days of treatment which cost the family 5.5 million yuan. A. acquired B. charged C. accused D. punished 20. ---Could you give me some coins, dad? I want to buy an ice cream ---Sorry, I’ve got ______ on me. A. none B. nothing C. quite a few D. no one 21. _____ it rain tomorrow, we would have to _______ the picnic. A. Would; put forward B. Should; call off C. Will; give up D. Should; put up 22. ---What do you think of French? ---In my opinion, French is _______ English. A. a subject so difficult as B. as a subject difficult as C. as difficult a subject as D. difficult as subject as 23.--- This book by Tony Garrison is of great use for our course. --- But I think his latest one is ______ worth reading. A. better B. more C. most D. very 24. That day everyone wondered _____ the baby of four went to her mother’s office. A. how was it that B. how it was that C. how was it D. how was that 25. It was reported that the ship sank three miles _____ the French coast. A. on B. by C. across D. off 完形填空（ 小题； 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。 Fifteen years spent in the field of education has provided me with many treasured moments. One of the most unforgettable 26 when I was teaching second 27 10 years ago. In May I decided to plan something special for the children：a Mother’s Day tea.
We had put our heads together to 28 ideas of how to 29 our mothers. We practiced singing songs, memorized poems and wrote cards. We decided to hold to learn that our tea the Friday before Mother’s Day. I was surprised but 30 every mother was planning to attend. I 31 invited my own mother. Finally, the big day arrived. Each child 32 up at our classroom door, expecting the arrival of his or her mom. 33 it got closer to starting time, I looked around and my eyes quickly found Jimmy. His mother hadn’t shown up and he was looking 34 I took my mother by the hand and walked over to Jimmy. “Jimmy,” I said, “I have a bit of problem here and I was 35 if you could keep my mother 36 while I’m busy.” My mom and Jimmy sat at a table. Jimmy 37 my mom her treats, presented the day before. Whenever I her with the gift I had made, just as we had 38 looked over, my mother and Jimmy were in deep 39 . Now 10 years later, I work with students of all ages, educating them about the environment. Last year, I took a senior class on a field trip, and there was Jimmy. I had the students complete an outline of the day’s 40 and an evaluation of our was trip. Then I collected the students’ booklets and checked them to see if 41 completed. When I came 42 Jimmy’s page, he had written “Remember our Mother’s Day tea we had in second grade, Mrs. Marra? I do! Thanks for all you did for me, and thank your mother, too.” I told him I really enjoyed what he had written. He looked rather embarrassed and 43 his own thanks and walked away. Suddenly he ran back and gave me a big hug. “Thanks again. No one even knew my mother didn’t 44 it.” I ended my workday with a hug from a teenage boy who had 45 stopped hugging teachers years ago. 26．A．lasted B．happened C．experienced D．described 27．A．school B．class C．grade D．lesson 28．A．pay attention to B．look forward to C．get on with D．come up with 29．A．love B．please C．respect D．admire 30．A．astonished B．worried C．relieved D．interested 31．A．even B．ever C．still D．once 32．A．followed B．held C．kept D．lined 33．A．As B．Although C．While D．Because 34．A．wild B．curious C．strange D．upset 35．A．considering B．wondering C．asking D．doubting 36．A．connection B．care C．company D．concern 37．A．served B．supplied C．appealed D．applied
38．A．taught 39．A．mind 40．A．feeling 41．A．something 42．A．by 43．A．announced 44．A．make 45．A．probably
B．studied B．thought B．behavior B．everything B．to B．delivered B．get B．exactly
C．practiced C．agreement C．event C．anything C．across C．stated C．do C．rarely
D．told D．conversation D．action D．nothing D．over D．whispered D．take D．eagerly
阅读理解（共两节， 第二部分 阅读理解（共两节，满分 40 分） 小题； 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 good book for children should simply be a good book in its own right,” says Mollie Hunter. Born and brought up near Edinburgh, Mollie has devoted her talents to writing primarily for young people. She firmly believes that there is always and should always be a wider audience for any good book whatever its main market is. In Mollie's opinion it is necessary to make full use of language and she enjoys telling a story, which is what every writer should be doing. “If you aren't telling a story, you're a very dead writer indeed,” she says. With the chief function of a writer being to entertain, Mollie is indeed an entertainer. “I have this great love of not only the meaning of language but of the music of language,” she says. “This love goes back to early childhood. I've told stories all my life. I had a school teacher who used to ask us what we would like to be when we grew up and, because my family always had dogs, and I was very good at handling them, I said I wanted to work with dogs, and the teacher always said ‘Nonsense, Mollie, dear, you’ll be a writer.’ So finally I thought that this woman must have something, since she was a good teacher and I decided when I was nine that I would be a writer.” This childhood intention is described in her novel, A Sound of Chariots, which although written in the third person is clearly autobiographical and gives a picture both of Mollie's ambition and her struggle towards its achievement. Thoughts of her childhood inevitably 不可避免地） （ brought thoughts of the time when her home was still a village with buttercup meadows and strawberry fields—sadly now covered with modern houses. “I was once taken back to see it and I felt that somebody had lain dirty hands all over my childhood. I'll never go back,” she said. “Never.” “When I set one of my books in Scotland,” she said, “I can recall my romantic（浪漫的） feelings as a child playing in those fields, or watching the village blacksmith at work.
And that's important, because children now know so much so early that romance can't exist for them, as it did for us.” 46. What does Mollie Hunter feel about the nature of a good book? A. It should not aim at a narrow audience. B. It should not be attractive to young readers. C. It should be based on original ideas. D. It should not include too much conversation. 47. In Mollie Hunter's opinion, which of the following is one sign of a poor writer? A. Being poor in life experience. B. Being short of writing skills. C. The weakness of description. D. The absence of a story. 48. What do we learn about Mollie Hunter as a young child? A. She didn't expect to become a writer. B. She didn't enjoy writing stories. C. She didn't have any particular ambitions. D. She didn't respect her teacher's views. 49. What's the writer's purpose in this text? A. To describe Mollie Hunter's most successful books. B. To share her enjoyment of Mollie Hunter's books. C. To introduce Mollie Hunter's work to a wider audience. D. To provide information for Mollie Hunter's existing readers.
There are several reasons for hair loss in women. However, in most cases, treatment is quite effective. Female hair loss patterns in women are not as easily recognizable as they are in men. A woman may experience it temporarily due to pregnancy or illness, although they may experience it for other reasons. Hair loss can be due to a variety of factors, including a genetic tendency (which is not genetically linked to just one parent—both parents contribute to the tendency to lose hair). Women who are experiencing hair problems seem to have more limited choices than men. There are some female hair loss treatments that are available such as the Tricomin System which is a topical treatment that is nutrition based. Shen Min for Women is another natural treatment that contains herbs (药草) that are said to stimulate(刺激) hair growth and even restore hair that is graying to its natural color. The majority of the popular, proven hair loss treatments are only intended for men and are not suitable for women. True, a woman’s hair issue is different from a man’s. The biological makeup is different and the needs are different. Women have different needs and their bodies react in different ways to environmental changes, physical illness and even the treatments that are available. There are many natural
treatments such as vitamin and mineral supplements that are said to stimulate hair growth, but, for the most part, these claims are currently unproven. One of the first and most important factors to effectively treating is to get a diagnosis from a doctor. Talk to your doctor about any symptoms that you may be experiencing in addition to the thinning hair. Stress, weight loss or gain, illness and depression, all of these can be contributing factors. 50. It can be learned from the 1st paragraph that ___________. A. usually hair loss is hard to heal B . female hair loss is more common than the men’s C. women tend to suffer from hair loss during the pregnant period D. only illness contributes to hair loss 51.Which of the following statements matches the text about the two treatments? A. Both are to solve the problem of male hair loss. B. Tricomin System is effective in speeding the growth of the new hair C. Shen Min is an updated way of treating hair loss D. The former is nutrition-based, while the latter is medicine-based. 52. The reasons for the differences between the female and male hair loss problems do not include _______. A. The biological structure and composition of the hair B. The wants and needs C. The reactions and responses to the outside changes D. The approach to taking exercise 53. The natural treatments __________. A. include vitamin and mineral supplements B. are applied to keep the hair healthy C. have been proved useful D. are the most commonly-used ways
You can be proud of yourselves, even if you can only make one or two of these green changes. The goal here is to limit carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases, which are closely associated to the big problem of global-warming. Strategy 1: Bring your own cup to Starbucks You’ll get a 10 cent discount, and it’s one less paper cup to end up in a landfill. While you’re there, pick up some free bags of spent coffee grounds to use as ‘‘green’’ fertilizer in your garden. The payoff: The store won’t create more waste when they throw away a cup. Strategy2: Turn off your computer When in standby mode, your PC is still using energy. In fact, 75percent of
electricity used in your home comes from electronics that are turned off. The payoff: Turning off a monitor for 40 hours a week may only save $5 a month, but it reduces CO2 by 750 pounds Strategy 3: Reuse plastic bags Instead of throwing away 100 billion plastic bags a year, try and get a second, third, or tenth use out of them. Better yet, next time you shop, try a reusable bag. The payoff: You’re reducing pollution. The amount of oil it would take to make just 14 plastic bags would run your car for one mile. Strategy4: Use recycled paper in the bathroom Most of the toilet paper we use is made from trees found in forests previously untouched by humans. The payoff: If every household replaced one roll of toilet paper with a recycled one, 424000 trees would still be standing. Look for eco-paper towels too. Strategy5: Buy energy-efficient appliances（电器） （电器） Replace the old fridge with an Energy Star appliance and you’ll use 15 percent less energy. It might be a little expensive to buy, but you’ll save money on your electricity bills and help the environment. The payoff: If we all used one Energy Star appliance at home, it would be like planting 1. 7 million acres of new trees. Strategy 6: Plant a tree Adding green to your garden is beautiful and earth-pleasing. The payoff: Just one tree will help make cleaner air and save the environment from 5000 pounds of hot carbon dioxide each year. 54. What is the best title for the passage? A. Ways to save money at home B. Ways to be earth-friendly C. Ways to end global-warming D. Ways to limit carbon dioxide 55. What benefits do these strategies have in common? A. They all help reduce the use of energy like electricity. B. They all cut down the amount of the paper. C. They all result in producing less greenhouse gases. D. They all help to preserve our trees and forest. 56．Which strategies suggest recycling or reuse of things? A．Strategies 1&3 B．Strategies 2&5 C．Strategies 3&6 D．Strategies 4&5.
There are two basic ways to see growth: one as a product, the other as a process. People have generally viewed personal growth as an external (外在的) result or a product that can easily be identified and measured．The worker who gets a rise, the student whose grades improve, the foreigner who learns a new language—all these examples of people who have measurable results to show for their efforts． By contrast (对照) , the process of personal growth is much more difficult to determine, since it is a journey and not the specific signposts or landmarks along the way．The process is not the road itself, but the attitudes, feelings people have , and their caution or courage, as they meet with new experiences and unexpected difficulties． this process, the journey never really ends； In there are always new ways to experience the world, new ideas to try, new challenges to accept． In order to grow, to travel new roads, people need to have a willingness to take risks, to face the unknown, and to accept the possibility that they may “fail” at first． How we see ourselves as we try a new way of being is necessary for our ability to grow．Do we see ourselves as quick and curious? If so, we tend to take more chances and be more open to unfamiliar experiences．Do we think we’re shy and indecisive? Then our sense of fear can cause us to hesitate, to move slowly, and we think we are slow to adapt (适应) to change or that we’re not smart enough to deal with a new challenge．Then we are likely to take a more passive role or not try at all． These feelings of insecurity (不安全) and self-doubt are both unavoidable and necessary if we are to change and grow．If we protect ourselves too much, then we stop growing．We become trapped inside a shell of our own making． 57． the author’s eye, one who views personal growth as a process would ______． In A．succeed in climbing up the social ladder B．grow up from his own achievements C．face difficulties and take up challenges D．aim high and reach his goal each time 58．Which of the following can be viewed as the process of personal growing? A．Our manager was always willing to accept new challenges． B．Jane won the first prize in the speech competition． C．Jerry picked up French during his stay in Paris． D．Father’s salary rose from 5, 000 to 7,000． 59．Which of the following is NOT true according to the passage? A．It is not so easy to measure personal growth． B．To try and fail on the new road facing the unknown is unavoidable． C．There are only two ways to see a person’s growth． D．If you are too shy to take any risks in life, you cannot grow up． 60．The best title for this passage should be ______．
A．Facing New Challenges C．Two Basic Ways of Growth
B．Growth—Product or Process D．Overcoming Internal Fears
小题； 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。 A. Airport services B. Air transport prices C. Transport by plane D. Development E. Fast growth in the US airlines F. Beginning time 61．___________ Airplanes are used to carry passengers, cargo and mail． transport companies Air run scheduled airlines and non－scheduled services over local， national， and international routes. The aircraft run by these companies change from small planes to large planes. 62．____________ The first air passenger services began in 1910，when dirigibles began working between several German cities. The first scheduled airplane service to carry passengers began in the US in 1914. Several experimental airmail flights took place in India， Europe, and the USA before World War I， but air transport services did not become a true business until after the war. 63. ____________ During world War II， intercontinental air transport began to become well set-up. After the war the new long-distance planes with developed equipment were increasingly able to prevent storms and strong wind and make flights cheap. Jumbo Jets began working in 1970． 64. ___________ During the 1970s the number of home passengers on US airlines increased about 78％，and during the 1980s the number was up about 58％.In 1990 there were 41. 8 million international passengers: the number was a 75% increase over 1980. 65. ___________ Major airports provide all kinds of services to make travel easy and pleasant for passengers. These change from such basic services as ticket – sales counters and restaurants to luxury hotels, shopping centers and play areas for children.
写作（共三节，满分55分 第三部分 写作（共三节，满分 分） 单词拼写（ 小题， 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. Everything needs to be done according to a certain _______（原则，原理）. 67. The deliberate _______ ( 残酷，残忍)of his words cut her like a knife. 68. Some animals hibernate under snow， because there is much air in ______ （松的， 松开的） snow. 69. Your duties ________(包括，包含) typing letters and answering the telephone. 70. Ten fishermen were saved in a daring sea ________（救援，营救）. 71. Of the six people injured in the crash, only two_______（生存，存活）. 72. Several people were arrested but only he was _______(指控， 起诉) with murder. 73. The application forms have now been ________（使简化，使简易） 74. She gave the greatest _________(演技，表演) of her career. 75. The smell is very ______(熟悉的)to everyone who lives near a bakery. 短文改错（ 小题， 第二节 短文改错（共 10 小题，每小题 1.5 分，满分 15 分） 文中共有 10 处语言错误，每句中最多两处。错误涉及一个单词的增加、删 除或修改。 增加：在此处加一个漏字符号（∧） ，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：在错的词下划一个横线，并在其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（从十一处起）不计分。 I have been planning to join in our college basketball team next year, so now I am spending as more time as I can with other people who likes to play. They are teaching me the most important rules and technologies of the game, and I am getting the better all the time. We have a neighborhood team that play against other teams in the area. One of my neighbors is helping rest of us improved our skills. Tonight we are playing against one of the best teams in the city, and I think we can win them if we won't make any mistakes.
书面表达（ 第三节 书面表达（满分 30 分） 当今社会，人人渴望成功。你认为我们应该具有什么样品质才能走向成功呢？ 请以“How can we succeed in life？” 为题写一篇英语短文。 注意：1. 短文标题已写好, 不计入总词数; 2. 词数：100 左右。 How can we succeed in life？
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