广东省百所学校质量分析联合考试 英 语 试 卷
1.本试卷共 135 分。考试时间 120 分钟。 2.请将各题答案填在试卷后面的答题卷上。 3.本试卷主要考试内容:高中综合
Ⅰ.语言知识及应用(共两节,满分 45 分) 第一节 完形填空(共 15 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从 1~
15 各题所给的 A、 B、 C 和 D 项中,选出最佳选项。 My son came home from kindergarten every so often with some assignments. His During that time, I 2 an awful lot about Egypt, Chile and Spain. 3 for pictures 1 was to prepare a poster about a country. And naturally, it became mine because he was too young. I remember one day, the poster was about Spain. We spent much time
of Spains geography, architecture, food and culture on the Internet. Since the materials were 4 , I wanted him to do it by himself. I wanted it to be the best of all. And I wanted him to do a good 5 by himself. “Let him do it!” I scolded my husband when the poor man 6 to position some of the images on the poster himself. “Here, Sweet Pea, let me show you...” I tried to move the project forward. By this time, my son had reached the end of his 4-year-old attention span (持续时间). He Every attempt to frustration, he 8 10 how he might organize the material met with 9 7 patience. . In an act of great
all the photos that had been prepared for the poster to the floor. I brushed
him off impatiently and left away. Eventually, every picture was stuck on the foam-board (泡沫板) in some manner, and there was crayon (蜡笔) scrawl beneath, identifying what each photo was. It was a writing not easily 12 . 13 into the classroom. It 11 , I think—Pictures fixed in an unbalanced way, shapes irregularly cut out of paper and crayon The next morning, I saw another mom carrying her kids were 14
was about Holland. And the poster was beautiful. I stopped her just so I could admire it. There from a family trip arranged, such as postcards of windmills, pictures of tulips and so on. It was a work of art. For a moment, I had an ugly flash of poster envy. However, when I looked at my kids poster again I realized it was precious. It looked exactly like a 4-year-olds work. And it made me 15 . B.homework C.burden D.promise B.predicted C.forgot D.learned D.working D.project D.hard B.waiting C.applying B.ready C.ordinary B.discovery C.survey 1.A.dream 2.A.worried 3.A.searching 4.A.missing 5.A.research
6.A.managed B.hesitated 7.A.gained B.behaved 8.A.show B.copy
D.had D.resistance D.secret
9.A.welcome B.shame C.relaxation 11.A.miracle B.puzzle 12.A.covered B.changed 13.A.bag B.poster C.map 14.A.gifts 15.A.surprised C.mess
10.A.burned B.swept C.divided D.presented C.recognized D.removed D.postcard C.upset D.proud
B.photos C.instructions D.necessities B.confused
第二节 语法填空(共 10 题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 15 分) 阅读下面短文,按照句子结构的语法性和上下文连贯的要求 ,在空格处填入一个适当的 词或使用括号中词语的正确形式填空,并将答案填写在答题卡标号为 16~25 的相应位置上。 A man has been put in prison after crashing his car and killing his girlfriend while driving over the speed limit. Daniel Day control of vehicle 20 17 16 (sentence) to nearly three years in prison after losing 18 80mph. She was a 21 (die) by 19 he crashed into another partner Alice Hicks car on a country road
passenger in the Mini-cooper and was thrown from the car
(move) in the opposite direction. Day, 34, denied causing 22
dangerous driving and was found guilty by a jury (陪审团) at Taunton Crown Court. The court heard that neither Day Miss Hicks, 27, was wearing seatbelts at the time of the collision 23 (turn) right. 25 that happened on September 24, 2011. He was speeding along the A38 near Rooks bridge, Somerset, when the road was blocked by a truck that was waiting Witnesses described 24 he turned to avoid the van but hit a Mazda on the other side of the road. Ⅱ.阅读 (共两节,满分 50 分) 第一节 阅读理解(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 A、B、C 和 D 项中,选出最佳选项。 A My father, who was born and raised in Glasgow of Irish heritage, believed himself to be an Irishman. It was because of history, he said, and politics that had brought his family to Scotland. He was the son of a British soldier, my grandfather, Michael, who was killed in the Second World War. Much of his life, I always suspected, was hugely affected by the loss of his father, after whom I was named. Even though my father was just a baby when his father died, a little part of him died too. So, in many ways, he invented (虚构) his father. And he invented some of his fathers people too. We all did. And, I believe, we all do. Even though we never attended matches together, football took much time in our lives. He took me everywhere to play for my local clubs and school teams. As a youngster I had trials with Middlesborough, Morton and Dundee, amongst others. My fathers old second-hand Volkswagen truck ran me to most of these places regardless of how far or what the weather was like. In 2002, aged 58, my father suffered a serious stroke, leaving him unable to walk or talk. For the past 12 years he has largely been limited to his bed or armchair. Throughout this time he Day had little or no chance of stopping behind the still traffic
has sat in silence in a chair in the living room of my parents house, staring out the windows at the birds and the trees and listening to the echoes (回音) from our childhood past. And I know, more than anything, he realizes now that all he ever really wanted was to live, and that the past no longer mattered. His real story was here, with my mother, and with his children. In November last year we went to only our second match together. I had discovered a lot about my father. My brother, a police officer in Northern Ireland now, came too. Likewise, my daughter, Mahoney, who pushed her grandfather in his wheelchair and gradually came to understand a little bit more about his life as well as mine. 26.Why did the authors father and his family move to Scotland? A.They moved to Scotland to avoid the war. B.His father had to work in Scotland. C.They hoped to have a happy life in Scotland. D.They came to Scotland for historical reasons. 27.Why did the authors father invent his father? A.His grandfather died when his father was a baby. B.He liked inventing stories. C.He was seriously ill. D.His grandfather was famous enough. 28.What can we infer from the passage? A.The authors father was a soldier. B.The authors father was a success. C.The authors father lived a depressive life. D.The authors father was once a football player. 29.How did the authors father spend the past twelve years? A.The stroke left him limited to the wheelchair. B.He lived in his memory of the family and children. C.He lived a peaceful life and enjoyed nature very much. D.He suffered from the loss of the ability to move or talk. 30.What can be the best title of the passage? A.Going to Matches with My Father B.My Father Grew Up in Scotland C.Father Lived a Silent Life D.I Love My Father B My son is 13 and has been going to Rob Roy Amateur Boxing Club for the past three years. Before this he was hitting punch bags (沙袋) and skipping with me since he was about seven. I train at the club with him though I am already 46 years old. I am not a boxer, but I love the sport and the training and how it challenges an individuals sense of being and sense of self. I train alongside him and the other boys at the club. There are those who will go on to make careers out of boxing and it will be a tough journey ahead. There are others who go to keep fit and strong and others who are just trying to keep on the right path. I admire them all. What boxing gives, regardless of the level, is a determination to focus and develop a belief in oneself. In truth I am not entirely sure I want my handsome young boy to do boxing. Yet, despite my concerns, I know he is more than capable, from skill, strength and mental aspects, and that he
loves the sport. Boxing challenge is your physical being. Even when you shadow box you move against an imaginary opponent (对手). This is what you will do the rest of your life, no matter whether its sport, business, academic career or the arts that you are involved in. There is always someone in front of you. Your confidence in dealing with them is crucial. Some years ago I interviewed the legendary boxer Ken Buchanan. Asked finally why he fought, he looked straight at me and said: “Son, were all fighters, every single one of us. Fighting is the first sport of every man and woman. From the minute were born, were fighting to breathe, to open our eyes. Were fighting to walk and were fighting to talk. You cant get rid of the desire to fight when its your very first lesson in life.” 31.Why did the author encourage his kid to learn boxing? A.He wanted his kid to have a sharp body. B.He wanted his kid to develop a sense of self. C.He wanted his kid to develop a love of sport. D.He wanted to make it his sons career as a boxer. 32.Actually the author . A.has his son keep on the right path B.wants to make his son strong by boxing C.is surprised that his son is so capable D.hopes his son will make careers out of boxing 33.Which of the following shows the authors son loved boxing? A.He liked hitting punch bags. B.His good look gave him confidence. C.He had strong belief in himself. D.He was skillful and strong. 34.What does the underlined sentence mean in the fourth paragraph? A.Your life is full of difficulties. B.Someone always prevents you going on. C.You should be aware of your future enemy. D.You should try your best to avoid falling behind. 35.What can we conclude from the words of Ken Buchanan? A.We have to overcome difficulties in our life. B.One cant walk well when he is very young. C.One has many difficulties in his childhood. D.Boxing is the best sport that people love. C There have been plenty of evidences and researches to show that women are better at communicating than men, at least when it comes to perceiving (理解) and expressing feelings. However, regardless of their social status, age, or level of education, it seems that men tend to hold the audiences attention more easily than women do. Studies report that both male and female audiences tend to listen more attentively to male speakers than female speakers. Besides, even when the speeches are basically the same, audiences also tend to remember more information from speeches given by male speakers than from those given by female speakers. Even at a meeting, another study finds, audiences are more focused and less absent-minded when listening to a man than they are when listening to a woman.
Before we jump into a conclusion and decide these findings are all gender-biased, it is noteworthy that these findings can be explained from the biological point of view. The lower tones which men speak in are often easier on the ears. On the other hand, a high-pitched (尖厉的) voice, which is characteristic of womens voice, may not seem favorable for the audiences ears, and in turn may prevent people from actually hearing the information hidden in a speech. Actually, as it turns out, it is men that talk more than women do, especially when they feel an urge to show off their expert knowledge or dispense their opinions when asked. This assumption has been backed by studies, which show that men really enjoy talking, or bragging, in their field of knowledge. In fact, men tend to give more and longer answers than necessary to the questions they are asked. In one study, for instance, when asked to give their opinions on a new cell phone, men spoke for thirteen minutes each on average, while women spoke for only three minutes each on average. 36.What is the main idea of this text? A.Men tend to command the audiences attention easier than women because of biological reasons. B.A persons social status, age, and level of education have nothing to do with his speaking abilities. C.Women are better than men in communicating with people because they are more sensitive. D.Men are likely to be better speakers because they can easily perceive and express feelings. 37.According to Paragraph 1, we can learn that A.men are not easy to communicate with B.people tend to pay more attention to a male speakers speech C.female audiences tend to listen more attentively to male speakers D.audiences are more absent-minded when listening to a male speaker 38.The world “dispense” in the last paragraph means “ ”. A.analyse B.give C.hide D.prevent 39.Men actually talk more than women probably because A.men like to impress other people with their strong urges B.men usually dont shy away from expressing their feelings C.men tend to show off their expert knowledge whenever possible D.men have different tones and pitches from women when they speak 40.According to the text,we can infer that . A.if something is gender-biased, it treats both sexes equally B.the older a speaker is, the more attractive his speech will be C.a speakers voice contributes a lot to the attraction of his speech D.mens high-pitched voice makes them easier to hold the audiences attention D There was once a little village separated from the sea by a forest. That forest was the villages best defence against the storms of the sea. But the forest was in danger, because a small group of evil beings came every night to cut down some of the trees. The villagers could do nothing but constantly plant new trees. And for generations, such was life for the tree planters. Each family was responsible for replanting a particular area. . .
Of course, most of the planted trees were lost due to a thousand varying reasons, and only a small percentage reached full growth. But so many were planted that the protective forest managed to maintain its size, despite the great storms and the cruel felling (砍伐) of the evil beings. But then, there was a great misfortune. One of the families died out due to lack of descendents (后代), and their area of the forest began losing more trees. There was nothing to be done, the tragedy was unavoidable, and in the village the people prepared to move away after so many centuries. Even so, one of the young men refused to abandon the village. That young man, loved by all, had no trouble in finding people to help him replant. But those helping people all came from other areas, and soon his own area wasnt the only one in need of extra help. But they were needed in so many areas that the villagers began planting even during the night. During night plantings the planters came across some of the fellers, only to discover that those “evil” beings were the people that hid themselves in the cliff caves during the day. They would come out at night to get some wood and food, so they could survive. As soon as the beings got to see how good it was living in the village, having food and water, and knowing how to plant trees, they begged to be accepted. They didnt cut down the trees any more and mixed happily among the old families. And so great was their influence that the forest began to expand. Day after day, year after year, the forest got bigger and bigger. 41.Whats the function of the forest to the little village? A.To provide wood for the village. B.To protect the village from storms. C.To defend against the animals. D.To defend against the evil beings. 42.How did the young man manage to get trees replanted? A.He asked his relatives to help him. B.He forbade the villagers to go out of the village. C.He asked the evil beings to stop cutting down the trees. D.He got people from other areas to help him. 43.What can be learned from the underlined sentence? A.There was still a balance in keeping the forest. B.More trees were cut down than those planted. C.The villagers succeeded in stopping cutting trees. D.No one could stop the decrease of the forest. 44.Why did the people hiding in the cliff caves ask to join in planting trees? A.Because they found it good to live in the village. B.Because they could cut trees more easily. C.Because they loved to plant trees. D.Because they could come out at night. 45.What on earth caused the forest to become larger and larger? A.More people realized the importance of forest. B.No trees were lost with the planting techniques improving. C.Small trees became larger and taller.
D.New rules were brought in to stop cutting down trees. 第二节 信息匹配(共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) 阅读下列应用文及相关信息,并按照要求匹配信息: 首先请阅读下列旅游线路信息: B:SG02:Paradise on Earth A:SG01:Best of China 8 Days Beijing-Xian-Shanghai 2013 & 2014 prices starting from $999 per person See the three most typical Chinese cities with sweeping views of the Great Wall, Forbidden 10 ngzhou 2013 & 2014 prices starting from $1449 per person Covering the impressive historic landmarks in Days Beijing-Xian-Shanghai-Suzhou-Shanghai-Ha
Beijing and Xian, the delicate gardens and City, Terracotta Warriors and many other pavilions in Suzhou, as well as the charming highlights. This is the most popular China tour West Lake in Hangzhou, this route fulfills your with the best deals all year round! holiday plan and makes your trip more enjoyable.
(续表) C:SG03:Holy Capitals & Yangtze D:SG04:Charms of the World 9 Days Beijing-Xian-Guilin-Yangshuo-Guilin 11 Days Beijing-Xian-Chongqing-Yangtze 2013 & 2014 prices starting from $1139 per River Cruise-Yichang-Shanghai person 2014 prices starting from $1699 per person On this trip, you can not only touch the Different arrangements offer you diverse nations great history in Beijing and Xian traveling experiences. Enjoying the elegant but also enjoy the picturesque and incredible Three Gorges scenery on the Yangtze sail will scenery in Guilin. It will take you to escape make you totally relaxed after visiting the from the busy city when you cruise on the Li cultural legacies of Beijing and Xian. River. E:SG05:Dynasty Exploration F:SG06:Beijing Highlights 6 Days Beijing-Xian 4 Days Beijing 2013 & 2014 prices starting from $649 per 2013 & 2014 prices starting from $269 per person person This ancient cities travel includes our capital Beijing Group package at the most competitive city Beijing and historic city Xian. Both of price! The famous and splendid historic them have been the ancient capitals of our attractions followed by a brilliant Chinese country, and nowadays they are two cities with profound historical and cultural heritage. Kungfu Show will leave you with a lasting impression.
请阅读以下游客身份信息,然后匹配他/她可能感兴趣的旅游线路。 46.Tim is a college student who is fond of nature and sports. He is always dreaming about enjoying the performance of Kungfu, which he thinks is the real spirit of China. He can spare 5 days to experience the outstanding attractions in Beijing at the cost of less than $1000.
47.Mary is a college student majoring in history. Recently, she has been worried about her essay. Her tutor told her to write something about China ancient dynasties. Therefore, she wants to join such a kind of small group tour to explore the capital cities of ancient China to have an inspiration. 48.Lucy is a college student majoring in art. Recently, she has been weak, because she has been puzzled and worried about her painting class. The teachers and classmates suggest that she should go to visit the someplace with a beautiful scenery, which can help her get away from the busy city life. She has 10 days and $2000 to spend. 49.Margaret is a gentle and quiet girl who is in college majoring in music, and she is free after her final exam, expecting a two-week vacation. She wants to relax herself entirely after her busy preparation for her final exam. She also wants to experience boating and enjoy some cultural relics in famous cities. 50.Judy is a college student majoring in economics. She only can enjoy a 10-day vacation. She has always dreamt of visiting Forbidden City, the Great Wall and Terracotta Warriors. She wants to have a joyful tour to visit the most influential and most traditional cities in China. Ⅲ.写作(共两节,满分 40 分) 第一节 基础写作(共 1 小题;满分 15 分) 你很荣幸地成为 2014 年巴西世界杯的一名志愿者,负责编写世界杯的英语介绍。 [写作内容] 请根据以下信息编写世界杯的英语介绍,内容包括:
1.足球运动是一项古老的体育活动,源远流长。 它起源于中国古代的一种球类游戏——蹴鞠(cuju),后来经过 阿拉伯人(Arab)传到欧洲,发展成现代足球; 2.世界杯(World Cup)是最具影响力的全球性英式足球赛; 3.首届世界杯足球锦标赛于 1930 年在乌拉圭(Uruguay)举行,以后每隔 4 年举办一次; 4.目前世界杯历史上已经举办了 18 届。本次在巴西(Brazil)举办的世界杯有 32 支球队参加。
[写作要求] 只能用 5 个句子表达全部内容。 [评分标准] 句子结构准确,信息内容完整,篇章结构连贯。
第二节 读写任务(共 1 小题;满分 25 分) 阅读下面短文,然后按照要求写一篇 150 词左右的英语短文。 Speaking of campus clubs, people usually think of conventional ones like roller-skating or
music clubs. But now, society and club culture is seeing more diversity, with students interests covering a wide field. Yu joined the club a month ago after he saw a big paper elephant on display at the society and club recruiting fair (招新大会). “It was made by the club chairman, whos my age,” says Yu. “His work aroused my interest in origami (折纸).” According to Yu, the club was formed by a group of students who love the art of origami. “Though Ive never tried origami before, Im impressed by their love of it and I want to learn it myself,” he says. Other than treating societies and clubs as a way of entertainment, some students now use them to broaden their horizons, help their studies, and prepare for a future career. Some societies and clubs like this include extra tuition clubs, straight-A student clubs, and start-up business clubs. Cui Ye, 19, is the co-founder of the straight-A student club at Beihang University. The economics major student wanted to improve her academic performance, so she set up the study club together with her friends. “The club has attracted dozens of students. We urge each other to study hard and practise self-study activities after class,” says Cui. “I think the club has made studying less boring and difficult.” [写作内容] 1.用约 30 个词概括上文的主要内容。 2.用约 120 个词就“学校里的社团活动会不会影响到学习?”这个主题进行讨论,内容包 括: (1)你参加社团活动的情况; (2)谈谈学习和社团活动之间的关系; (3)你认为学生应该要怎么才能平衡好学习和社团活动。 [写作要求] 1.作文中可以使用亲身经历或虚构的故事 ,也可以参照阅读材料的内容,但不得直接引 用原文的句子。 2.作文中不得出现真实姓名和学校名称。 [评分标准] 概括准确,语言规范,内容合适,篇章连贯。
1~5 BDABD 6~10 CCADB 11~15 CCBBD 20.moving 21.death ABBCC 22.nor 23.to turn 24.that / how 25.and 16.was sentenced 26~30 DACBD 17.his 31~35 18.at 19.when BCDAA 36~40
46~50 FEDCA 基础写作 One possible version: Football, as an ancient sport, was originated from one of ancient Chinese ball games, cuju, which was brought into Europe by Arabs, developing into the modern football. World cup generally refers to the worldwide games of British soccer with the greatest influence. The first World Cup was held in Uruguay in 1930 and after that it is held every four years. By now it has been held 18 times already. 2014 World cup was held in Brazil , with 32 teams competing in it. 读写任务 One possible version: By providing us with experience of two students, the passage shows the benefits of joining campus clubs, including helping with their entertainment, broadening their sight and imagination, helping with their studies and preparing for a future career.
When it comes to the campus activities, I immediately remember the first day when I came to this school. The bicycle club was taking in its new members by promoting itself. I learned that it was good for me to develop my interest and build up my body, and therefore I signed up my name to join it. I took exercise every day. Gradually, I felt energetic but my studies fell behind others, which worried my parents as well as myself. Generally speaking, its believed that being engaged in Campus activities too much may influence one s studies. In my opinion, in order to balance campus activities and studies, a student should be smart about his interest as well as academy performance. Besides, it would be better if we put our studies in the first place even though we join in campus activities.
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