四川遂宁市高中 2015 届高三下学期第二次诊断性考试英语试题
本试卷分第Ⅰ卷（选择题)和第Ⅱ卷(非选择题)两部分。总分 150 分，考试时间 120 分钟。 第 Ⅰ 卷（选择题，共 90 分） 注意事项： 1．答题前，考生务必将自己的姓名、班级、考号用 0.5 毫米的黑色墨水签字笔填写在答题卡 上。并检查条形码粘贴是否正确。 2．1-55 小题选出答案后，用 2B 铅
笔填涂在答题卡对应题目标号的位置上，非选择题用 0.5 毫米黑色墨水签字笔书写在答题卡对应框内，超出答题区域书写的答案无效；在草稿纸、试 题卷上答题无效。 3．考试结束后，将答题卡收回。 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，并在答题卡上涂黑。 1. ---Would you mind my sitting here? --- ______. It’s for my girl friend. A. Not at all. B. Never mind. C. Better not. D. Of course not. 2. ____I will go abroad for further study or not is my top concern these days. A. If B. Whether C. what D. where 3. Mary won’t keep slim ______she takes exercise every day. A. unless B. if C. when D. or 4. You ______get this book free if you can tell me the name of the writer. A. shall B. should C. must D. need 5. ______her dark sunglasses, the star wasn’t recognized by crazy fans. A. Hiding behind B. To hide behind C. Hide behind D. Hidden behind 6. Having arrived too early for the appointment, Robert decided to read the newspapers ______ time. A. to kill B. killed C. kill D. to be killed 7. I ______the paper before my lawyer explained the details to me. A. signed B. had signed C. signs D. has signed 8. The climate in Chengdu is warmer than______in Harbin. A. it B. one C. this D. that 9. The Spring Festival didn’t turn out as exciting, ______was beyond our expectation. A. as B. which C. what D. that 10. Not until I successfully land my university______free time to relax myself. A. will I have B. I will have C. won’t I have D. I won’t have 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 选择，并在答题卡上将该选项涂黑。 Bonnie and her husband, Tyrone, were very fond of going on short holidays to new places. Once, they decided to take a trip in their own car to a nearby 11 which was famous
for its historical sites. They started on their journey early in the morning and 12 late evening they had entered the town and checked in at a hotel. The next morning, they started their new discovery with a road 13 of the town and its suburbs. 14 there were many places to see, it took them the whole day to finish their sightseeing. By now, they had 15 a suburb with shops selling handmade items. Bonnie was most interested in shopping. Tyrone 16 her to finish before it started getting dark. They were so 17 in their shopping that they forgot about the time until the shops began to 18 . They took the same route back to their hotel but somehow got 19 on the way and realized they were 20 around in circles. They had to stop the car, 21 their map, and started again but no use. They decided to ask someone for help but no one was out at 22 late hour. They waited at a street corner for some time, and then decided to try again. Tyrone 23 the car but it wouldn’t move. He got down and 24 but could not find any fault. He sat back 25 , feeling more and more worried about their 26 , while Bonnie was calm saying she was sure they would get help. They sat 27 , Bonnie praying calmly and Tyrone getting panic. Finally a man walked towards them. It was 28 that he was a car mechanic returning home. With his help, the car was repaired and ready to go. The couple were very grateful and thanked the man 29 . They reached their hotel safely after being directed by the 30 mechanic. “Trust” and “Faith”helped create a small wonder. 11. A. city B. town C. village D. district 12. A. in B. till C. by D. after 13. A. remark B. C. guide D. map instruction 14. A. Since B. Unless C. Although D. Once 15. A. visited B. passed C. reached D. left 16. A. allowed B. ordered C. persuaded D. warned 17. A. rich B. rooted C. D. absorbed interested 18. A. operate B. close C. open D. fall 19. A. lost B. hurt C. stuck D. rained 20. A. going B. looking C. hanging D. showing 21. A. turned B. brought up C. referred D. looked down over to 22. A. even B. that C. quite D. much 23. A. pulled B.started C.repaired D. pushed 24. A. fixed B. checked C. looked D. tested 25. A. touched B. shocked C. exhausted D. depressed 26. A. difficulty B. future C. wish D. experience 27. A. sadly B. noisily C. quietly D. anxiously 28. A. inferred B. reminded C. learnt D. informed 29. A. briefly B. orally C. totally D. extremely
30. A. helpful B. generous C. honest D. active 第二部分 阅读理解(共两节，满分 50 分) 第一节 （共 20 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 40 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 Volunteer at Shelter - North Toronto Cat Rescue---Bayview/Hwy 7 Do you like animals? Come and volunteer at our cat shelter. North Toronto Cat Rescue is a no-cage, no-kill cat shelter. We are a volunteer organization, funded totally by donation, and are a licensed Canadian charity. We are looking for volunteers who can join us once a week for a 3 month period (at least). The work is not wonderful but it is very rewarding. Mainly, we feed, clean, and scoop litter. Of course we also spend quality time with our cats. We have 2 shifts(换班) per day, 7 days per week: Mornings are 9am-1pm. Evenings are 5-7pm or 6-8pm. Please note that any new volunteer who wishes to work evening shift must be able to work 4 morning shifts on a team before moving to an evening shift. This is required in order to gain the ability to work more independently, as required during evening shifts. Students must be at least 16 years old. Adults are also welcome. If you do not have your own personal transportation, please check the public transportation from your area to our location at Bayview/Hwy 7 area before responding to this ad. 31. Where is the ad most likely to appear? A. In the local newspaper B. On the Internet C. On TV D. In a magazine 32. Which of the following volunteers can work evening shift? A. A college student who can work for half a year period. B. A college student who lives near the shelter. C. A worker who has worked five morning shifts at the shelter. D. A car owner who will work there for the first time. 33. How many hours will a new volunteer work at least for the shelter? A. 14 B. 32 C. 48 D. 24 34. What can we infer about the work at the shelter? A. Boring B. Tiring C. Dirty D. Challenging B I have two sons. They are as different as night and day. My youngest is sweet, loveable, easy-going, and finds joy in everything. My oldest we’ve nicknamed the “Evil Genius” is ambitious, self-confident, and suffers no fools. Whenever we mentioned Santa my husband and I were rewarded with major eye rolling and deep sighs from my oldest. At first we both tried to ignore it. We both knew that our eldest had figured out the big secret. But I’d be damned(指 责 ) if he was going to ruin it for his six-year-old brother who had plenty of
Santa-loving years ahead of him. I looked at my husband in the eye and said, “I’ll handle this.” to which he responded “Okay just be careful because I’m not sure he knows - he might just be acting like it.” But I knew. And I had it in my mind that he was about to break his younger brothers spirit and break the news to him. I was afraid he was going to take the Christmas spirit away from my sweet innocent youngest and stamp all over it. I had to protect him. I needed to control this now before it got out of control. I rushed into the play room where my oldest was playing alone. I looked him dead in the eyes and said: “Well you know Santa isn’t real, right?” And as I stared at my eight-year-old son for what seemed like a long time of silence, his eyes started to fill with tears. And a tear dropped down his cheek when he screamed out, “He’s not?” “Um well it’s not that he’s not real (shut up you idiot(白痴) - stop saying he’s not real), but he doesn’t really make and deliver all the toys. Dad and I get some of them for you. So he’s real. He’s just got a little help from us.” The Evil Genius wasn’t buying it. He just sat there looking at me with an expression of doubt. You know when you make a terrible mistake but you can’t stop yourself from making it worse? That was me because I just had to know. I had to know why he had seemed to be over Santa. So I asked him why he rolled his eyes and sighed every time his father and I mentioned Santa. To which he replied that kids at school had been saying Santa wasn't real but that he still thought he was. 35. What’s the best title for the passage? A. Two different sons B. Santa secret given away C. Protecting one, ruining the other D. Making a mistake worse 36. What did the writer conclude when “Evil Genius” rolled his eyes and sighed? A. “Evil Genius” had discovered Santa was not real. B. “Evil Genius” had broken the secret to his younger brother. C. “Evil Genius” had passed his Santa-loving years. D. “Evil Genius” had been influenced by his classmates. 37. What does the underlined sentence mean in the passage? A. “Evil Genius” refused to buy toys. B. “Evil Genius” didn’t believe his mother’s words. C. “Evil Genius” wanted to keep silent. D. “Evil Genius” would not give away the secret. 38. What lesson can we learn from the story? A. Lies can never change facts. B. Honesty is the best policy. C. No one is perfect. D. We should think twice before we act. C For many people shopping is considered to be one of the favorite activities. For most of them it is just buying some new clothes or presents for close people. But there is another way for whom shopping is much more than just enjoyable activity, it is
a real addiction that in many cases leads to a financial disaster, as well as it brings troubles to person’s life and family. So why can shopping be so addictive? What are the possible signs to be aware of? And how is it possible to stop the need of spending? “Some of the new evidence suggests that some people, maybe 10%-15%, may have a genetic preference to an addictive behavior, coupled with an environment in which the particular behavior is caused, but no one really knows why.” However, it is much better understood as to why “shopaholics” continue with their unhealthy and destructive behaviors. Individuals get pleasure from their addiction the same way as if they were under drugs. And when is it really possible to determine whether simple shopping has crossed the border and has already turned into addiction? Shopaholics go out and buy things much more often than other people do. They often buy things they do not need. Many shopping addicts go on shopping binges(放纵) all year long and may be forced to buy certain items, such as shoes, clothing or kitchen items. Some just will buy anything. Many times they will spend over their budget limits and get into deep financial trouble, spending well above their income. While someone else will think many times if they can afford this or that thing, shop addicts will not recognize the boundaries of a budget. 39. We can learn from the 3rd paragraph that . A. shopping addiction is mainly caused by genetic factors B. shopping addicts are also addicted to drugs C. the real cause of shopping addiction is known already D. shopaholics can’t control their unhealthy and destructive behaviors 40. The last paragraph is mainly about . A. the destructive behaviors of shopaholics B. the early signs of shopping addiction C. the problems of shopaholics D. the binge of shopaholics 41. What could be most probably discussed in the paragraph to follow the passage? A. How to treat shopping addiction. B. What really causes shopping addiction. C. When shopping addiction takes place. D. What kind of people can become shopping addicts. 42. It can be inferred from the passage that . A. shopping addiction can’t cause serious problems B. shopping addicts only want enjoyable activities through buying C. it’s not a good idea to let a shopping addict pay by credit cards D. shopping addiction can spread among different people D Researchers are now using 3D printing to create models of the human heart to help heart specialists. The heart doctors can use the models to better help patients before an operation. Dr. Bramlet, a children’s heart expert at the University of Illinois College of
Medicine, says the 3-D models show information he cannot get any other way. “And so what we’ve done with the printed models? We’ve pulled it out of the screen so that you can actually hold it in your hand and evaluate the anatomy（解剖）.” A 3-D printer uses images from a digital display to create a physical model of a human heart. Matthew Bramlet says doctors can use the model to understand the anatomy. Pictures from medical tests like CAT scan or MRI are sent to a 3-D printer to create a heart in a plaster（石膏）form. The printer then constructs the heart, thin layer by thin layer. Dr. Bramlet says the model matches the real heart in every detail. “When we’re done with the model and made our decision, we want to be able to go back to the source image and confirm those findings,” he says. Dr. Bramlet has built model hearts for different kinds of heart operations. All of the operations were successful. In his first case, digital images showed only one tiny hole in a baby’s heart. But, the 3-D printed model showed several defects or problems that the baby was born with. Dr. Bramlet says those defects could not be seen easily in the images. The heart surgeon was able to change the type of surgery for the patient based on the 3-D model. He added that 3-D heart models saves time during heart operations. Kathy Magliato is a heart surgeon at Saint John’s Health Center in Los Angeles. She welcomes the new technology. She says it could help her make better decisions before she operates on the hearts of her patients. “I can then take this very complicated structure before the operation and I can hold it in my hand and plan an operation around what I’m seeing, touching and feeling. That to me is what can potentially change the game in an operation and save lives.” Dr Bramlet continues to research the technology. He is working with the National Institutes of Health to build a 3-D library that includes heart models and images that others can use. 43. What’s the main idea of the passage? A. The application of 3-D printing in heart operations B. The development of 3-D technology. C. The difficulties of heart operations. D. Heart operations with the help 3-D models. 44. What is the biggest advantage of 3-D models in the diagnose of heart problems? A. Surgeons can see, touch and feel the 3-D models. B. They can help surgeons save time. C. They can be made exactly like the hearts. D. They can help discover the otherwise hidden heart problems. 45. Which of the following statements is TRUE? A. The 3-D model can be taken out of a screen. B. CAT scan and MRI are no longer needed. C. The 3-D model is an exact copy of the heart. D. Digital images are not reliable in heart operations. 46. What can we infer from the passage? A. Digital images will mislead heart surgeons. B. More patients will benefit from the 3-D technology.
C. Heart operations will never fail with 3-D models. D. Surgeons cannot operate on hearts without 3-D models. E New research shows that the healthy brain may hold memories which we don’t even remember. In The Journal of Neuroscience, experts report that the brain might hold more memories than people realize, but that restoring those memories can be tricky. Memory Check First, participants saw a list of 120 real words mixed with 80 nonsense words. Next, they saw another word list and tried to remember which words had been on the first list. Meanwhile, their brains were scanned with functional magnetic resonance( 核 磁共振) imaging. While participants reviewed the second word list, their brain scans showed more activity in a certain brain area -- the posterior（后部的） median temporal lobe(脑 叶) -- when they saw words that had been on the first word list. But participants didn’t always remember that they’d seen those words before. Sometimes, they goofed and said they hadn’t seen those words before. In other words, the posterior median temporal lobe was more sensitive to memory than participants’ consciousness, the researchers note. “Album”of Memories Another part of the median temporal lobe also attracted the scientists’ attention. The anterior（前面的）median temporal lobe showed more activity when participants thought they were seeing a new word, the study shows. So, why did participants sometimes mess up their memory recall? It might be that two parts of their brain -- the posterior and anterior median temporal lobes -- might be dueling(决斗) for the upper hand in deciding what actually happened in the past, the study notes. In other words, memories might have a photo album in the brain, but sometimes we forget what’s on all of the photo album’s pages. 47. A person sometimes has difficulty recalling because . A. he is unconscious when he gets his memories B. he forgets what is on the pages of the photo album C. there are two parts in his brain dueling for the upper advantage D. the anterior median temporal lobe is more active than the posterior 48. According to the passage the researchers are . A. studying how a person remembers things B. studying a magazine The Journal of Neuroscience C. examining posterior and anterior median temporal lobes D. doing experiments to find out what disturbs a person’s memory 49. What did the experts discover when the participants saw the words on the first word list appear on the second word list? A. The instrument worked faster. B. The participants were more conscious. C. The posterior median temporal lobe was more active. D. The anterior median temporal lobe was more active.
50. The underlined word“goofed”in the fourth paragraph means . A. made a mess of B. made an answer for C. made out of D. made the best of 第二节 （共 5 小题;每小题 2 分， 满分 10 分。 ） 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 写到答题卡相 应的位置上。选项中有两项多余。 W: Hello, Sunshine B&B Hotel. 51 M: Yes, 52 W: We have rooms with bathtub, TV, air conditioning and fridge. 53 M: That’s nice. And 54 W: A standard room with double beds costs 60 dollars and a room with a single bed costs 50 dollars. M: I want to book 3 rooms with double beds and one room with single bed. W: 55 . And your name, please? M: I’m Kevin. Thank you. A. Could you help me? B. It’s quiet here, too. C. Please pay for the rooms before 17∶ 30. D. How many tickets do you want to book? E. What can I do for you? F. What about the price? G. I want to book some rooms. 第 Ⅱ 卷（非选择题，共 60 分） 注意事项： 1．请用 0.5 毫米的黑色墨水签字笔在第Ⅱ卷答题卡上作答，不能答在此试卷上。 2．试卷中横线及框内注有“▲”的地方，是需要你在第Ⅱ卷答题卡上作答。 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 l0 分) 阅读下面的短文, 请根据短文后的要求答题(请注意问题后的字数要求) A middle school student from Milton, Wash., stopped a potentially disastrous situation on Monday morning when he guided his school bus safely off the road after the driver had a medical emergency, KOMO News reports. Thirteen-year-old Jeremy Wuitschick was on the bus to Surprise Lake Middle School when he noticed that something was wrong. “I knew something was wrong,” the seventh grader said. “The bus driver?looked funny. His eyes were bulging(凸出), he was sitting back and his hands were waving around.” Immediately, Wuitschick and another seventh grade student -- Johnny Wood -- leapt out of their seats and rushed to the front of the bus. Grabbing the wheel, Wuitschick steered（控制）the vehicle, preventing it from crashing off the road; while Wood, who knows CPR, tried chest compressions on the driver who had become unconscious. “It was pretty scary,” said Wuitschick, who then took the key out of the bus, making
the bus -- with 15 other middle school students in it -- stop. “I’ll tell you, I’ll give the kid credit for fast thinking. He did the right thing and we’re going to do something for him. The kid definitely deserves credit,” Milton Police Chief Bill Rhodes said When asked what made him to come forward to help, Wuitschick said he had acted “on instinct(本能),” adding that a “book about superheroes” had inspired him to turn the vehicle's engine off. He also said that he knows how to drive because his mother lets him back the car out of the driveway when he washes it -- but that, until now, it had been his little secret. The 43-year-old bus driver, whose name has not been released, was taken to the hospital. According to ABC News, his condition has been described as “grave.” No one else was hurt. 56. What happened to the bus driver? (No more than 5 words) ▲ 57. How did Wuitschick manage to turn the vehicle’s engine off ?(No more than 8 words) ▲ 58. How many students did the bus carry? (No more than 2 words) ▲ 59. When did the story happen? (No more than 4 words) ▲ 60. What do you think of Wuitschick? (No more than 2 word) ▲ 第二节 短文改错（共 10 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 15 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：在缺词处加一个漏词符号（∧） ，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。 It is two month since we entered our junior middle school. This afternoon, we had class meeting in our classroom. All the students, together with our teachers, take part in it. At the meeting, we held on a heated discussion about our future study. Each of them spoke at the meeting active. Besides, we also showed our sincere thanks to our teachers, which helped us a lot in study and life. The teachers hoped what we could still study hard in the future. After the discussion, we all decided to study hard as usual but hoped that we all could do well in the approached middle-term exam. 第三节 书面表达（满分 35 分） 假如你是李华，你的美国笔友 Bob 在离高考近三个月时间发来邮件询问你的备考情况。请给 他回一封邮件，要点如下： 1．取得的进步； 2．存在的问题；
3．目前的状态； 4．后阶段的打算（两点） 。 注意： 1. 词数 120 词左右。 2. 开头语和结尾语已为你写好；不计入总词数。 3. 可适当增加细节，以使行文连贯。 4. 文中不得出现考生真实姓名和学校名称。 Dear Bob, I’m glad to have received your E-mail and thank you for your concern about my preparations for the coming College Entrance Examination. ▲ Sincerely Lihua.
遂宁市高中 2015 届第二次诊断性考试 英语试题参考答案及评分意见 单项选择: (共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分) 1-5 CBAAD 6-10 ABDBA 完形填空: (共 20 小题；每小题 1. 5 分，满分 30 分） 11-15 BCDAC 16-20 DDBAA 21-25 CBBBD 26-30 ACCDA 阅读理解: (共 20 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 40 分） 31-34 ACBD 35-38 CABD 39-42 DBAC 43-46 ADCB 47-50 CDCA 补全对话: (共 5 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 10 分） 51-55 EGBFC 阅读表达: (共 5 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 10 分） 56． He had a medical emergency 或 He was seriously ill 或 He suddenly became unconscious. 57．By taking the key out of the bus 58．16 students 59．On one Monday morning 60．Brave\ Fast thinking etc. 短文改错:（满分 15 分） It is two month since we entered our junior middle school. This afternoon, we had ∧ class Months a meeting in our classroom. All the students, together with our teachers, take part in it. took At the meeting, we held on a heated discussion about our future study. Each of them spoke us at the meeting active. Besides, we also showed our sincere thanks to our teachers,
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which actively who helped us a lot in study and life. The teachers hoped what we could still study hard in the that 或去掉 what future. After the discussion, we all decided to study hard as usual but hoped that we all could and do well in the approached middle-term exam. approaching 书面表达：(满分 35 分） One possible version: Dear Bob, I’m glad to have received your E-mail and thank you for your concern about my preparations for the coming College Entrance Examination. I have made great progress in all my subjects and become increasingly skillful at answering the questions. There are, however, still some problems with my studies. All my subjects, for example, are just above the average and none of them ranks top in my class. Confident but a little worried, I’m now busy with my studies from morning till night, making use of every minute to learn more. In the months ahead, I will, on the one hand, try to improve efficiency and do more exercises to have a better insight into the questions. On the other hand, I will try to keep calm and confident, making sure that I’m always at my best for every exam. I believe I will succeed in the College Entrance Examination. (127 words) Sincerely Lihua.
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