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陕西省西工大附中2014届高三上学期第二次适应性训练英语试题


2014 年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试西工大附中第二次适应性训练





第Ⅰ卷(两部分,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) 从每小题的 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. average 2. curtain 3. secure 4. extra 5. decision A. stadium A. sailor A. official A. exercise A. possession B. passage B. said B. grocery B. exact B. revision C. advance C. captain C. encourage C. explore C. expression D. cigarette D. certain D. ocea n D. extreme D. discussion

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。

TV Presenter: Peter Wilson: TV Presenter: Peter Wilson: TV presenter: Peter Wilson: TV Presenter: Peter Wilson: TV Presenter: Peter Wilson: TV presenter: Peter Wilson:

This is Peter Wilson from Greenpeace. So, Peter, welcome. Thanks a lot. 6

When was Greenpeace established? It was established five decades ago. 7 We’re a non-violent, non-political organization. 8 I’m action organizer and I arrange the activities. What sort of activities do you organize? Recently we’ve been involved in environmental campaigns. 9 Did they support it?

Well, they supported us in different ways. There’s no doubt that we were doing a great job.

TV Presenter:

10

And thanks for talking with us.

Peter Wilson:

Thanks for having me.

A. It’s good to be here. B. What is its major task? C. Keep it up and good luck. D. What kind of campaign is it? E. So, what are you in charge of? F. What kind of organization is it then?[来源:学&科&网 Z&X&X&K] G. What was people’s reaction to your appeal?
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,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡 上将该选项涂黑。

11. – Have you got enough money for the rent? – I don’t know, but ______ A. So what? B. I hope so. C. What a relief! D. I’d rather not.

12. ________ I accept that Tom is not perfect in many respects, I do actually quite like the man. A. When B. Because C. Until D. While

13. I _______ a football game when you called. That’s why I didn’t hear you. A. watched B. was watching C. have watched D. would watch

14. You have a trendy haircut. I’ve been meaning to ask you _______ you get your hair cut. A. what B. that C. where D. how

15. Jack has behaved in the most extraordinary way; I can’t _______ his actions at all A. look for B. apply for C. care for D. account for

16. Park Geun-hye of South Korea won the presidential election, becoming the first woman ______ the country. A. leading B. led C. to lead D. being led

17. We ______ have class the last week of May, but I’ll let you know for sure as the time approaches. A. can’t B. need not C. mustn’t D. may not

18. Mr. Smith soon made _____ clear why he had asked for a conference. A. one B. it C. this D. that

19. We hope the new machine will work faster, ______ reducing our costs. A. however B. instead C. thus D. anyhow

20. That bar on center street, _______ by the way is very nice, is owned by Bill’s brother. A. which B. what C. that D. where

21. Over 8,000 people attended the marathon, ______ it the biggest sporting event in the area. A. making B. made C. to make D. having made

22. _____ injured were taken to a nearby hospital by the car that passed by _____ scene of the accident. A. An; 不填 B. An; the C. The; the D. The; 不填

23. The policewoman ______ that I hadn’t fastened my seat belt and signaled me to stop. A. spotted B. explored C. instructed D. described

24. Sarah ______ for Beijing tomorrow, so she can’t go to have a picnic with us. A. had left B. has left C. is being left D. is leaving

25. – We’re going to KTV this evening. Would you be interested in coming? – ______ I might have to work. A. It won’t bother me C. It depends. B. Yes, why not? D. Guess what

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。
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It was the last day of final examination in an Eastern university. On the steps of one building, a group of engineering seniors gathered for the few minutes. On their faces was graduation and jobs. Some 28 of jobs they already had; others talked of jobs they would get. With 26 due to begin in a

27 . This was their last exam — then on to

all this assurance of four years of

29 , they felt ready and able to

30

the world.

The approaching exam, they 31 , would be a piece of cake. The professor had said they could 32 any books or notes they wanted. Requesting only that they 33

not talk to each other during the test. Happily they entered the classroom. The professor 34 the papers. And smiles

broadened as the students noted there were only five essay-type questions. Three hours 35 . Then the professor began to collect papers. The students 37 36

looked confident. On their faces was a spoke as the 38 faced the class.

expression. Papers in hand, no one

He examined the worried faces before him, and then asked: ―How many completed all five questions?‖ Not a answered four?‖ Still no hands. Then the students 40 restlessly in their seats. ―One, then? Certainly somebody 41 . The professor put down the 39 was raised. He asked again, ―How many

finished one,‖ he said. But the class remained papers. ―That is exactly what I expected,‖ he said. ―I 42

want to impress on you that, even though you have completed four years

of engineering, there are still many things about the subject you don’t know. These 43 you could not answer are relatively common in everyday practice.‖ The n, 44 remember — you are now

smiling, he added: ―You will all pass this course, college graduates, your education had just begun.‖

The years have obscured (使……不分明) the name of this professor, but not the 45 he taught.
26. A. university 27. A. confidence 28. A. referred 29. A. life 30. A. break 31. A. knew 32. A. bring 33. A. could B. examination B. sadness B. mentioned B. war B. improve B. recognized B. take B. would C. building C. puzzle C. talked C. college C. create C. frightened C. sell C. should D. day D. disappointment D. reminded D. job D. conquer D. admitted D. buy D. must

34. A. handed in 35. A. finished 36. A. no longer 37. A. proud 38. A. headteacher 39. A. hand 40. A. shook 41. A. calm 42. A. just 43. A. questions 44. A. or 45. A. expression

B. handed out B. ended B. no more B. relaxing B. headmaster B. flag B. moved B. still B. never B. exercises B. and B. lesson

C. sorted out C. passed C. hardly C. cheerful C. professor C. voice C. trembled C. silent C. ever C. subjects C. but C. experience

D. gave in D. arrived D. nearly D. fearful D. doctor D. smile D. cried D. quiet D. seldom D. topics D. while D. class

第二部分:阅读理解(共两节,满分 40 分) 第一节(共 15 小题,每题 2 分,满分 30 分) 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,并在答 题卡上将该项涂黑。 A

Here’s the travel plan for some museums on our ―Museums of the World‖ tour. The Museum of Bad Art (Boston, USA) shows what it describes as ―art too bad to be ignored‖. The museum hopes to bring the worst of art to the widest possible audience and has even published a book of its most ―important‖ works. As part of the visit, we’ll be shown some truly awful portraits, landscapes and sculptures. The Washington Banana Museum (Auburn, Washington, USA) contains 4,000 objects related to the history of what the museum describes as ―the world’s most perfect fruit‖. We’ll be given a guided tour around the museum, during which we’ll learn all sorts of interesting things, such as the fact that bananas were introduced to the USA in 1878 in the same exhibition as Alexander Graham Bell’s telephone, and that the banana is now the US’ number-one selling fruit. The Hair Museum (Avanos, Turkey) is located in a cave in Cappadocia, in Central Anatolia. It contains 160,000 samples of people’s hair. You’ll be offered a

chance to add your own hair to the collection. Later in the year, the museum curator selects 10 donors to attend a pottery workshop. If you’re one of them, you’ll be invited to stay in his guest house. The museum du Slip (Brussels, Belgium) is devoted to underwear. The idea behind the museum is that everyone is equal in their underwear. You’ll be fascinated to know that it has collected samples from all sorts of people, including artists, politicians and pop stars. The Museum de Carrosses Funebres (Barcelona, Spain) is a museum of funeral hearses (灵车). It takes a look at how local people have been transported to their funerals since the 19th century. During the tour, we’ll be provided with a fascinating insight into how the people of Barcelona viewed death. Among the 1,000 or so exhibits, pride of place goes to a ―flap-coffin‖, which is a reusable coffin from the 18th century. 46. What is special about the Washington Banana Museum? A. You’ll see some examples of awful art. B. This museum includes an exhibit from the 18th century. C. You’ll learn something about the history of bananas. D. It provides the customs of funerals about local people. 47. According to the passage, to which museum can you donate your hair?[来源:Z* A. The Museum of Bad Art. C. The Museum du Slip. B. The Hair Museum. D. The Museum de Carrosses Funebres.

48. Which of the following words can best describe the museums? A. Well-known B. Traditional B Elizabeth’s Second! In 60 years, the Queen has never put a foot wrong in public. And for the last 24 of them, it turns out she’s had a secret weapon — the nice Ella Slack. The former BBC manager has, unknown to anyone except a handful of key advisers, spent the last quarter of a century acting as the Queen’s official stand-in at rehearsals (排练) for royal events. The 69-year-old has never accepted a penny for her royal service, C. Ancient D. Unusual

considering it ―a pleasure and an honour‖ to ensure that everything runs smoothly for the Queen. ―How many people in the world have had a chance to sit in a royal landau (马车) or walk onto the dais (讲台) at Windsor Castle even before the Queen has done so?‖ she said. While Miss Slack may not resemble the Queen facially, she has a similar figure to the Queen, standing just 5 foot. The Queen is 5 foot 2 inch. She began her remarkable role in 1988, when she was working as manager of the BBC’s sports and events department. A producer asked her if she could stand in for the Queen to check camera angles at a rehearsal — and her second career was born. Since then, from the State Opening of Parliament (议会) to the 50th anniversary of Victory day, wherever the Queen is on duty Miss Slack is likely to have been there first. She has perfected her own version of the Queen’s clothes, including a black patent handbag she bought in a charity shop for £1, and even styles her hair like the Queen. 49. What’s the Queen’s secret weapon? A. She often meets people in public. B. She actively attends social activities.

C.She has a nice lady to act as herself. D. She and Miss Slack have a lot in common. 50. Miss Slack’s words in Paragraph 1 indicate that ___________. A. she thinks the job honorable and worthy B. she thinks she can do the job better C. she thinks frequently of her role 51. How did Miss Slack get the job? A. The Queen invited her to do so. B. The BBC appointed her to finish the job. C. She was invited to have an accidental try. D. The advisers offered her the chance. 52. In which section of a newspaper may you find the passage? A. Education. B. Entertainment. C When it comes to movies, we usually think of big actors, big budgets, big screens, and, if lucky, big profits. Unfortunately, that puts up some big barriers for C. Sports. D. Health. D. she is determined to carry the job on

aspiring (胸怀大志的) young filmmakers and their dreams. However, thanks to easy access to technology, that’s all changing.[ 来 源 : 学 + 科 + 网 ]

All one really needs nowadays is a camera, a computer, an Internet connection, and, of course, a good idea. With that, you can enter the microfilm world. Shooting a movie using friends and family as the cast has become a common class project for high school students. After a little editing on a laptop, some even decide their creation is worth sharing online. Mi crofilms are shot within a short period of time and last only a few minutes or even shorter. Most are completed on an extremely small budget and offer a cheap way for grassroots directors to realize their dreams. With a range of film festivals, they have taken off due to being perfectly suited to new media platforms such as mobile phones and notebook computers. They are also easily shared across social networks and microblogs. But microfilms are far different from the shorts commonly found on YouTube. A microfilm must have a solid and thoughtful plot. Most importantly, the movies are easily distributed and there can be no concern about long-term box office profits. Most people who upload a microfilm simply see it as an easy way to share their fun with a few friends and family. Others may be curious about what sort of reaction their production may receive from the general public. 53. According to the passage, what helps promising microfilmmakers realize their dreams? A. The profits from microfilms. C. Supports from the public. B. Aids from friends and family. D. Small costs for microfilms.

54. What does the author mainly explain in Paragraph 4? A. The money spent on microfilms is small. B. Microfilms are perfectly connected with new media platforms. C. The difference between microfilms and the shorts is great. D. The process to shoot microfilms is easy.[来源:Zxxk.Com] 55. In which ways are microfilms mainly different from the shorts? A. Technology and money. B. Actors and screens

C. Thoughts and plots 56. What’s the best title for the passage? A. A look at microfilms C. A new class project

D. Population and profits.

B. The challenge of big films D. The secret of successful microfilms D

What is a lifestyle and how is that different from a life? A lifestyle is about brand names and buying identity or fame, lifestyle gives a false sense of peace and acceptability that comes from others recognizing what you’ve bought into (as well as bought). If your car, clothes and home are expensive, you are sophisticated (世故的) and stylish, if you have the right kind of job or go to the right social gatherings, then you receive the superficial approval of others. This means that your self-esteem (自尊) is always at the mercy of others, with no appreciation of you as an individual. A life, on the other hand, is very different. A life is what you lead when you know what matters most to you. It is very simple and comes from being connected to what you know is important and being willing to put that first, no matter what others may think. When you create a life vs. a lifestyle, your self-esteem comes from what’s inside you, not what others think about you. Lifestyle is expensive monetarily and personally, because it costs a great deal to keep up appearances and do what you think is socially acceptable. A life is not expensive. Rather than using up personal or financial resources, a life generates energy and staying power. It’s about liberating yourself from the mindless

consumption that society expects. It is about making the choices that are in line with your values, instead of using up your bank account or energy for no heart-driven reason. How can you make the change? Understand the difference between a life and a lifestyle. Analyze your current lifestyle to see what it is costing you in money, time, stress, and energy to maintain it, let go and make room for what is really important to you, what sustains (支撑) you and brings you joy, remember that who you are comes from within , not what you own! 57. Which of the following examples best illustrates‖ what is life about‖?

A. We work long hours in a job that we do not enjoy. B. We focus on what we wear, or what kind of car we drive. C. We find out what our tr ue beliefs and values are and choose to live by these. D. We think that how others see us is more important than what we think of ourselves. 58. What method does th e author use to explain his opinion in the third paragraph? A. Making comparison. C. Giving a definition. B. Giving an example. D. Giving a reason.

59. To make the change, we need to ________. A. be directed from within C. be driven by social values B. be directed from outside D. be driven by others’ opinions

60. What is the author’s purpose of writing this passage? A. To describe what life is. B. To introduce what lifestyle is. C. To promote life instead of lifestyle. D. To tell the differences between life and lifestyle.
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,并在答题卡 上将该选项涂黑。选项中有一项为多余选项。 A. Try to eat much more to keep health. B. Healthy eating makes teenagers look good. C. Healthy eating makes teenagers full of energy. D. Healthy eating keeps teenagers in a good mood. E. Healthy eating helps teenagers keep proper weight. F. Healthy eating ensures teenagers necessary nutrients. 61. There can be many benefits of healthy eating for teenagers to eat proper well-balanced meals each day. Weight is often a sensitive issue for teens. At this point in their lives they become conscious of their self-appearance and fads (风尚) can make them want to look as good as possible. In order to cope with things like this many teens turn to dieting, thinking that it will give

them a better body. The truth is that dieting will only deprive the body of the needed nutrients during these growth years. Healthy eating for teenagers on the other hand will help maintain a healthier weight. 62. Eating the right foods means that your teen’s body receives all the vitamins and nutrients it needs. During the teenager years the body tends to absorb more calcium, iron and other vitamins and minerals than usual. By providing what the body of your teen needs it will be easier for it to reach its full physical potential for growth. 63. Teenagers often have a lot of extracurricular activities — sports, drama or just hanging out with friends. Without the proper nutrition, your teen will easily get drained and feel tired leaving him or her slow and without any more energy to do anything. The body will need calories to burn to burn in order to create energy. So eating healthy is a must if you want your teen to cope with everyday activities. 64. Notice how your teenager can be so moody at times? Studies show that healthy eating can help reduce mood swings and bring about a more pleasant disposition (性情). The food that your teen eats can affect the chemical composition within the brain. This happens since food can affect the production and release of neurotransmitters (神经传递素) to the brain. Carbohydrates can help with stress reduction while a lack of selenium in the body which is found in nuts can lead to bad moods. 65. Have you ever heard of the saying that you are what you eat? By having them eat healthily they will have healthier bodies. This may include better skin, healthier teeth, hair and a better body in general. Having a teenager who looks good can really help boost their self-confidence and self-esteem. 第Ⅱ卷(共 55 分) 第三部分 写作(共三节,满分 55 分) 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、完整形式,每空只写一词。 66. All candidates will be ______ (要求) to take a short test this time. 67. He got back into bed and pulled the ______ (毯子) up around him. 68. We plan to spend weekend ______ (装饰) the walls of the classroom. 69. The electric windows are an important ______ (设计) feature of this model. 70. People who are sent to prison for drunk driving get what they ______ (应受). 71. She was ______ (流利) in English, French, and German when she was young. 72. You’ll have to learn to make difficult decisions if you are to ______ (生存) in business 73. It is difficult to ______ (测算) what effect all these changes will have on the company. 74. The project worked on the ______ (原则) that each person’s experience was equally valuable. 75. The police have been given special ______ (权力) to help them in fight against terrorism. 第二节 短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文, 请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。 文中共 有 10 处错误,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:在缺词处加一个漏词符号(∧) ,并在此符号下面写出该加的词。 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。 Recently, our class participated in the activity of Low-carbon Living organizing by the WWF. At the first day, we chose to go to school by bike or on feet rather than by car. Before we leave the classroom, we made sure the lights were switched. In order to make a full use of paper, we began to write on both sides. Besides, while shopping, we used environmentally friend bags instead of plastic one. I think which we did is meaningful. We should also call at the people to do something for low-carbon living. Only in this way will the earth be a good place to live. 第三节 书面表达(满分 30 分) 某英文报社举办以―I Like Reading‖为主题的征文活动,你打算投稿。请根据以下要点 写一篇短文:

1. 你为什么喜欢读书; 2. 你喜欢读哪一类的书(例如:历史、科学、文学等)?请给出至少两个理由。 注意:词数 120 左右。开头部分已写好,不计入总词数; We can’t emphasize the importance of reading too much, which can benefit us in all aspects of life.

参考答案
第一、二部分: 1-5 BDCAB 21-25 ACADC 41-45 CAACB 57-60 CAAC 第三部分: 66. required 71. fluent 67. blanket 72. survive 68. decorating 73. calculate 69. design 74. principle 70. deserve 75. powers 6-10 AFEGC 26-30 BACCD 46-48 CBD 61-65 EFCDB 11-15 BDBCD 31-35 AACBC 49-52 CACB 16-20 CDBCA 36-40 ADCAB 53-56 DBDA

Recently, our class participated in the activity of Low -carbon Living organizing organized by the WWF. At the first day, we chose to go to school by bike or on feet On foot

rather than by car. Before we leave the classroom, we made sure the lights left were switched ∧ . In order to make a full use of paper, we began to write on both off

sides. Besides, while shopping, we used environmentally friend bags instead friendly of plastic one. ones I think which we did is meaningful. We should also call at the people to do what on

something for low -carbon living. Only in this way will the earth be a good

place to live. We can’t emphasize the importance of reading too much, which can benefit us in all aspects of life. I’m absorbed in reading because it can widen my horizon and help me acquire useful skills. In addition, I can exchange emotions and ideas with various people. It’s worthwhile pointing out that some books are to be tasted, others are to be swallowed, and some few to be chewed and digested. There is no denying that reading can lay a solid foundation for our further study and work. Of all the books I read, perhaps none catches my eyes more than literary books. By reading literary books, I can share particular emotions with people in the story. Besides, it can help me gain meaningful experience which I may not gai n in my own life. What counts most, however, is that literary books keep me refresh and help me in a good state.

参考答案
第一、二部分: 1-5 BDCAB 21-25 ACADC 41-45 CAACB 57-60 CAAC 第三部分: 66. required 67. blanket 68. decorating 69. design 70. deserve 6-10 AFEGC 26-30 BACCD 46-48 CBD 61-65 EFCDB 11-15 BDBCD 31-35 AACBC 49-52 CACB 16-20 CDBCA 36-40 ADCAB 53-56 DBDA

71. fluent

72. survive

73. calculate

74. principle

75. powers

Recently, our class participated in the activity of Low -carbon Living organizing organized by the WWF. At the first day, we chose to go to school by bike or on feet On foot

rather than by car. Before we leave the classroom, we made sure th e lights left were switched ∧ . In order to make a full use of paper, we began to write on both off sides. Besides, while shopping, we used environmentally friend bags instead friendly of plastic one. ones I think which we did is meaningful. We should also call at the people to do what on

something for low -carbon living. Only in this way will the earth be a good

place to live. We can’t emphasize the importance of reading too much, which can benefit us in all aspects of life. I’m absorbed in reading because it can widen my horizon and help me acquire useful skills. In addition, I can exchange emotions and ideas with various people. It’s worthwhile pointing out that some books are to be tasted, others are to be swallowed, and some few to be chewed and digested. There is no denying that reading can lay a solid foundation for our further study and work. Of all the books I read, perhaps none catches my eyes more than literary books. By reading literary books, I can share particular emotions with people in the story. Besides, it can help me gain meaningful experience which I may not gain in my own life. What counts most, however, is that literary books keep me refresh and help me in a good state.


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