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2015 年高考适应性考试 英 语 试 题
本试卷共三部分。满分 120 分。考试时间 120 分钟。

选择题部分(共 80 分)
第一部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分 30 分) 第一节:单项填空 (共 20 小题;每小题 0.5 分,满分 10 分) 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该选项 标号涂黑。 1. — I‘m afraid I won‘t be the best in the 3,000 meters race. — ________! You never know until you try. A. That‘s not the point B. Go for it C. You don‘t say D. Do as you like 2. Usually ________ good cultural or historical street may show off traditional ways of living that have survived ________ passage of time. A. a; / B. the; the C. a; the D. the; / 3. People who go on a diet are not just for losing weight. ________, they do it for different purposes. A. In brief B. In the meanwhile C. In the long run D. In fact 4. ________ opinions on the travel schedule for the next week, we finally came to an agreement. A. Having exchanged B. Exchanging C. Exchanged D. To exchange 5. I‘m really fed up with my French learning. Maybe I should drop out ________ it kills me. A. when B. after C. before D. until 6. James would have the chance to present his talents in the singing competition now if he ________ last term. A. signed up B. signs up C. had signed up D. has signed up 7. My husband had meant to pick you up at the airport this morning, but something unexpected ________ at work. A. occurred B. occurs C. had occurred D. has occurred 8. When it comes to sales targets, we believe our effort ________ in carrying out the market survey is worthwhile. A. be involved B. involving C. to involve D. involved 9. A million pounds has been raised since the media made a(n) __________ to help the earthquake victims. A. appointment B. appeal C. conclusion D. choice 10. It was exciting to meet Taylor Swift when she ________ her new album at the shopping center yesterday. A. was promoting B. is promoting C. had promoted D. has promoted 11. Making mistakes is a natural part of the learning process ________ you can turn your errors into

learning points. A. what B. which C. that D. where 12. There is a strong hope ________ I may be able to go on vacation in Europe in the coming summer holiday. A. that B. whether C. why D. when 13. I was late for class because the canteen was absolutely ________ and I had to wait for ages to get my meal. A. damaged B. cleaned C. packed D. polluted 14. It seemed that Sam was not too disappointed at losing the game. If ________, he seemed relieved that it was all over. A. something B. anything C. nothing D. everything 15. Sofia is a born speaker; speaking in pubic seems to come quite _________ to her. A. normally B. surely C. suddenly D. naturally 16. — My poor performance in the job interview was a big let-down. — Don‘t worry! Something better will ________ if you keep on. A. come along B. come out C. come over D. come off 17. With piles of work ________, Jane was unable to attend Andy‘s concert she‘d been looking forward to for long. A. in sight B. at hand C. within reach D. on schedule 18. A journal is not necessarily a ________ record of facts, for the writer‘s impression might color the telling of events. A. personal B. detailed C. reliable D. vivid 19. Engaged in the new project, they had no time to ______ their wedding, so they had it organized by a wedding company. A. attend B. advertise C. announce D. arrange 20. —Andrew won‘t be at the soccer practice today. —Yes, ________. He has to help out at his father‘s store. A. it‘s a deal B. that‘s right C. it‘s something D. that‘s better 第二节:完形填空 (共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从 21— 40 各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中, 选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该选项标号涂黑。 A few weeks ago I was spending some time with my daughters at a friend‘s home. My friend also has two daughters and the lovely 21 were in the bedroom playing a game they called ―murder in the dark‖. I was outside the room listening to the laughing and shouting 22 my 5-year-old daughter Lottie came out with another of her many classic 23 , ―Turn the dark off!‖ There was a moment‘s 24 , then everyone burst into laughter at what she said. What an innocent mistake! 25 , Lottie was having far too much fun to be annoyed by the laughter. 26 on that moment, it struck me that hidden within that sentence there is a deep lesson to be 27 . The mistake that Lottie made was a mistake that 28 of us keep making again and again throughout our lives. Not only individuals, but 29 too make this mistake. For example: The war on terror = turn the dark off. The fight against crime = turn the dark off.

Neither of these seems to be 30 very well, nor can they. Why is that? On a personal level also, we often try to deal with 31 emotions such as fear or anger by trying to fight against them. We try to 32 negative thoughts out of our heads. We get more and more frustrated (沮丧的) as we find that trying to fight against them is 33 . Often this leads us to take the only other solution we can think of, which is to suppress (镇压) and 34 that they are there at all. What is our mistake? We are trying to turn the dark off 35 simply turning the light on. The light in this case is love. You cannot get 36 and throw it out of a room, because darkness is just a(n) 37 of light. You cannot do anything with negative emotions either, because they are 38 an absence of love. The only way to deal with negative emotions effectively is to 39 the love. So let‘s stop trying to work on things that don‘t exist and work to bring more of the one thing that is 40 – love. 21. A. boys B. gentlemen C. women D. ladies 22. A. unless B. when C. after D. while 23. A. lines B. notes C. lessons D. opinions 24. A. shock B. silence C. calmness D. excitement 25. A. Unfortunately B. Strangely C. Fortunately D. Disappointedly 26. A. Thinking of B. Thinking back C. Thinking about D. Thinking out 27. A. learned B. prepared C. taken D. chosen 28. A. few B. several C. many D. none 29. A. nations B. partners C. crowds D. teams 30. A. recovering B. matching C. starting D. working 31. A. complex B. negative C. positive D. mixed 32. A. allow B. make C. force D. let 33. A. necessary B. possible C. unnecessary D. impossible 34. A. deny B. admit C. see D. doubt 35. A. regardless of B. in spite of C. instead of D. in charge of 36. A. light B. love C. darkness D. fear 37. A. circle B. absence C. presence D. flash 38. A. hardly B. partly C. simply D. equally 39. A. turn on B. bring on C. take on D. depend on 40. A. different B. pleasant C. imaginative D. real 第二部分 阅读理解(第一节 20 小题,第二节 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 50 分) 第一节:阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项,并在 答题卡上将该选项标号涂黑。 A Whether their summer was filled with activities or complaints about being bored with nothing to do, kids often have a tough time making the back-to-school transition (转变). As with any new or potentially unsettling situation – like starting school for the first time or entering a new grade or new school – allow kids time to adjust. Remind them that everyone feels a little nervous about the first day of school and that they will fit in soon.

Emphasize the positive things about going back to school, such as hanging out with old friends, meeting new classmates, buying cool school supplies, participating in sports and other activities, and showing off the new clothes or snazzy accessories (时髦的配饰) if your child has to wear a uniform. It‘s also important to talk to kids about what worries them and offer comfort: Are they afraid they won‘t make new friends or get along with their teachers? Is the thought of schoolwork stressing them out? Are they worried about the bully (欺负) from last year? Consider adjusting your own schedule to make the transition smoother. If possible, it‘s especially beneficial for parents to be home at the end of the school day for the first week. But many working moms and dads just don‘t have that flexibility. Instead, try to arrange your evenings so you can give kids as much time as they need, especially during those first few days. If your child is starting a new school, contact the school before the first day to arrange a visit. And ask if your child can be paired up with another student, or ―buddy,‖ and if you can be connected with other new parents. This will help both of you with the adjustment to new people and surroundings. Some schools give kids maps to use until things become more familiar. To help ease back-to-school anxiety, try to transition kids into a same school-night schedule a few weeks before school starts. Also make sure that they get enough sleep and eat a healthy breakfast, which can help them stay energetic and do better in school. Make sure that they write down the need-to-know information to help them remember details such as their locker combination, what time classes and lunch start and end, their homeroom and classroom numbers, teachers‘ and/or bus drivers‘ names, etc. Your kids need to use a wall calendar or personal planner to record when homework is due, tests will be given, after-school activities will be held, etc. Help your kids organize and set out what they need the night before–homework and books should be put in their backpacks by the door and clothes should be laid out in their bedrooms. Although it‘s normal to be anxious in any new situation, a few kids develop real physical symptoms, such as headaches or stomachaches, associated with the start of school. If you‘re concerned that your child‘s worries go beyond the normal back-to-school anxiety, speak with your child‘s doctor, teacher, or school advisor. 41. Children have a difficult time in the first few school days probably because they __________. A. dislike wearing a uniform B. have to adapt to many new things C. can no longer play with old friends D. feel afraid of meeting new classmates 42. According to the passage, it is recommended that parents set aside the evenings to __________. A. meet other new parents B. visit their children‘s teachers C. spend time with their children D. help their children with the homework 43. To help their children adjust to school life, parents should __________. A. buy school maps for their children to use B. take their children to a doctor immediately C. use a wall calendar to record their homework D. talk about the benefits of going back to school 44. The passage is mostly probably taken from a website about __________. A. popular science B. teenage fashion C. kids‘ health D. school travel 45. The best title for the passage might be __________. A. Growing Up B. Back to School C. Kids‘ Anxiety D. Summer Vacation B

Below are some traditional German beer games. Beer Boot Pass A very, very popular game played in Germany is the beer boot pass (Bier Boot), which has gained popularity all over the world. The game is usually played to pin the next round of beers on a person. In this, a full glass of beer is passed around in the group―there are some rules for this―it has to be tipped every time before it is passed and not a drop of beer must be spilled. The second-to-last person who finishes the beer must pay for the next round. The game then becomes all about judgment because either you drink the entire beer or have a sip (一小口) and pass it on. You never know who the second to last person will be, so the uncertainty and excitement makes the game a favorite. Beer Crate-Running This is a traditional game that is extremely popular in Germany, Switzerland, and Austria, more popularly referred to as Kastenlauf. The game is similar to running a race, where a route is marked, ranging from anywhere between 5-12 km. Each participant brings a crate of beer (the size and quantity will be specified). The first person who successfully finishes the entire crate of beer before getting to the finish line wins. Flunkyball This outdoor game is played with one team being matched against another, with equal numbers in both. The teams stand on opposite sides of the ground in a line, with their beers lined before them. An empty bottle or a tin can is placed in the center and another object (used as an aim) is brought in, something like a tennis ball. The first team (A) hits the ball onto the target to tumble (打翻) it. Once the bottle has tumbled, team A will start drinking their beers. Meanwhile, team B must run to the center, place the bottle upright, find the ball, and cross back into the line before yelling ?Stop‘. Team A then stops drinking and team B starts to throw the ball at the bottle and carrying forward the game. The game continues till one team has finished all their beer and they are declared winners. Drinking Relay Divide the group of people into two teams and get them to stand in a line with beer placed in front of each member. At the blow of the whistle, the first person lifts the glass and starts drinking the beer. After he is done, he has to turn the glass over to show that there is no more beer in the glass. Then, the next person starts drinking and so on. The next in line can only drink when the first person has emptied his glass. The team whose last member empties the glass ahead of others wins. Herman the German Even though this game seems simple, it is a lot of fun. It runs on the lines of ?Who stole the cookie‘. A person is chosen as ?Herman the German‘ (HTG) and he has to get the game running. The other members sit in a random manner and are given names, better if they are confusing names like China Port No.1, Rum Master Blaster etc. The game starts with HTG saying― ―HTG dropped a missile on China Port No. 1, sir‖ and China Port No. 1 has to reply with― ―It wasn‘t me, sir‖. Then HTG replies― ―Who then, sir‖ and it goes on. The sentence has to end with ?sir‘ and if it doesn‘t, then the player has to down a beer. Similarly, if at any point the players fumble (磕磕巴巴地说),

they have to do the same. The tension makes the players forget things and there‘s a whole lot of beer flowing as a result. 46. Which two games have something to do with running? A. Beer Boot Pass and Beer Crate-Running B. Flunkyball and Drinking Relay C. Beer Crate-Running and Flunkyball D. Drinking Relay and Herman the German 47. The loser will have to buy beers for others in the game __________. A. Beer Boot Pass B. Beer Crate-Running C. Flunkyball D. Drinking Relay 48. A person with a good memory may have an advantage in playing __________. A. Beer Boot Pass B. Flunkyball C. Drinking Relay D. Herman the German 49. Which of the following statements is listed as a rule of the games? A. Every person has to sip the beer when playing Beer Boot Pass. B. The person who replies to HTG with ―sir‖ at the end will be punished. C. The team can start drinking their beers as soon as they throw the ball in Flunkyball. D. The team members have to drink their beers in turn when playing Drinking Relay. C Tears are sort of like sports drinks, in that they contain various vitamins and minerals. For tear-drinking species like butterflies and bees, tears make them energetic. Ecologist Carlos de la Ro and his team watched and photographed bees and butterflies drinking crocodile tears. A paper on the discovery is published in the latest issue of Ecology and the Environment. The crocodile seemed not to mind. It was relaxing on the banks of the Rí o Puerto Viejo in northeastern Costa Rica when the drink feast happened. ―It was one of those natural history moments that you long to see up close,‖ Ro, director of the La Selva Biological Station for the Organization for Tropical Field Studies in San Pedro, Costa Rica, said in a press conference. ―But then the question becomes, what‘s going on in here? Why are these insects tapping into this resource?‖ He had previously seen butterflies and moths in the Amazon feeding on the tears of turtles. Other researchers have witnessed bees sipping tears. A clue (线索) helping to explain why this happens comes from puddles (水坑). Butterflies often gather around mud puddles, sipping their mineral-laden water. Though bountiful in the ocean, salt is often a rare and valuable resource on land. We obviously get more than our fair share in salty foods, but butterflies and other insects need to look for other sources. In fact, Ro said that when minerals are rare in the soil, certain insects and other animals can acquire salt and minerals from sweat and even blood. When given those choices, tear sipping seems easier and more pleasant to taste. Tear drinkers can target humans too. In parts of Thailand, where people spend a lot of time outdoors and where minerals can be rare in local soils, bees have been known to sip human tears. It therefore makes sense that when our prehistoric ancestors got upset, smaller species would come around to clean up their tears. Nature is a wonderful recycler. As for Ro, he was excited to photograph tear drinking in the moment. Some of the best discoveries are unplanned and simply occur when a person is in the right place at the right time, but

is also prepared. ―I learned I have to carry a camera with me, because you never know what you‘re going to find when you‘re walking to the office or the dining hall,‖ he said. One day, for example, he noticed a new species of dragonfly on his way to breakfast. The dragonfly had changed from its larval (幼虫) form in the small pool of water caught in the cupped leaves of a bromeliad plant ( 凤梨科植物 ). Ro did a double take. Dragonflies don‘t live on bromeliads. Or do they? ―Those are the kinds of things that, you know, you don‘t plan for them, you can‘t plan for them,‖ he said, adding that there was only one known species of dragonfly in the world that lives in bromeliads and now there will be two. ―You just keep your eyes open and have curiosity, and when you see something that doesn‘t seem to fit, dig.‖ 50. According to the passage, which of the following animals is a tear drinker? A. Crocodile B. Dragonfly C. Bee D. Turtle 51. The underlined word ―bountiful‖ (Paragraph 3) is closest in meaning to __________. A. priceless B. unusual C. plentiful D. various 52. Humans may be targeted by tear drinkers in places where __________. A. there are a lot of puddles B. the soils contain few minerals C. people have food with less salt D. people spend little time outdoors 53. The example of dragonfly in Paragraph 5 may suggest that some best discoveries __________. A. are often unexpected B. need only good luck C. are tiring but worthwhile D. need patience and planning 54. The passage mainly talks about __________. A. the balance of nature B. the importance of ecology C. a new species of dragonfly D. a tear-drinking phenomenon D Every year, I experience an awkward moment shortly after my family and I arrive at the country house we rent in Montana. I drive down a back road, minding my own business, when I gradually realize that people are waving at me. They wave from their pickups and cars, barely lifting their hands off the steering wheel (方向盘). At first the gesture makes me quite anxious. I wonder if they are trying to tell me my lights are on or a tire is flat. Or perhaps it is a case of mistaken identity. I‘ve never seen most of these people, so who do they think they are waving at? Then I remember. I‘m not in the city anymore. And if anything distinguishes city folk from country folk, it‘s that in the country people make a habit of waving at strangers. Soon I‘m waving at everyone too. I lift my fingers a little from the steering wheel, and the other driver lifts his. Or I shift my arm outward a bit as it rests on the window frame, raising my palm, and the other driver does likewise. One needn‘t be too obvious about these things. A raised index finger (食指) or a simple nod is enough. When I pass our neighbor, he greets me with his customary broad, slow wave, which makes him look as though he‘s cleaning a window. His wife moves her fingers too from side to side to wave hello; I can almost imagine her saying ―Tootle-ooo!‖ A detective with the sheriff‘s office waves as though he‘s firing a six-shooter – with the thumb up and a quick jab (戳) of the index finger. (I‘m still waiting for him to blow away the smoke.) People in the country will wave whether they‘re going sixty miles an hour or ten. They wave on narrow curves, on the tops of hills or driving into a blinding sun. Often they wave in town when they should be watching for passers-by. In short, they wave at all the times it‘s most inadvisable to wave.

If for some reason I forget to wave back – say I‘m fiddling (摆弄) with the radio dial – I can‘t help but feel a sense of guilt. Did the people who just waved know me? Were they neighbors? Do they think I’m putting on airs? I worry that I‘ve broken one of the most important principles of the universe, which has existed since the first good person waved warmly to another from his cave. To understand the geographical nature of this custom, try a simple test: Wave from your car at strangers along a city street. You may be stared at as if you are crazy. But most likely you will be ignored. I also suspect that if a city person spent a couple of weeks on country roads, he‘d be waving just as much as any dairyman, cowboy, beekeeper or visitor just like me. The reason is that, in the country, the human figure stands out against the landscape; it demands recognition. A wave is simply the easiest way of confirming that recognition. But I think waving is also a way of recognizing the setting around the human figure. I wave at the farmer passing me in a pickup, and my wave reaches out to the grasses along the roadside, the line of trees swinging in the wind, and the unclouded blue skies. I wave, and my wave goes all the way to the horizon. And so, as long as I‘m in the country, I‘m an enthusiastic waver. Hello, I wave to the far range of mountains. Hello, I wave to the horses in the fields. Hello, I wave to the kids and dogs playing happily in the yard. When I pull into the driveway, my wife waves from the porch. Then she tries to teach our baby daughter to do the same. Hello, I wave to them. Hello, I wave. Hello! Hello! 55. It can be learned from Paragraph 1 that the writer felt __________ when strangers in Montana waved at him. A. bitter and lonely B. special and different C. pleased and excited D. puzzled and uneasy 56. In the writer‘s account of the waving custom in the country, the writer mainly __________. A. uses examples B. follows a time order C. raises a question D. gives instructions 57. According to the passage, people in the country wave at strangers out of __________. A. curiosity B. sympathy C. habit D. politeness 58. By ―I‘m putting on airs‖ (Paragraph 5), the writer means that he was __________. A. modest B. easy-going C. proud D. guilty 59. It can be inferred from Paragraph 6 that __________. A. city people are less friendly B. country people are born wavers C. customs change with time going by D. geographical differences make customs different 62. Which of the following best describes the writer‘s tone in the passage? A. approving B. doubtful C. concerned D. cautious 第二节: 下面文章中有 5 处(第 61–65 题)需要添加小标题。请从以下选项(A、B、C、D、 E 和 F)中选出符合各段意思的小标题,并在答题纸上将相应选项的标号涂黑。选项中有一项 是多余选项。 A. Keep an open mind B. Eat alone in public C. Talk to your neighbors D. Get ready to take pictures

E. Meet people through your job F. Join a class, sports team, or club What could seem like an exciting, fresh new start can also be a huge pain: moving to a new city. Whether you decided to pick up and go because of a job offer or simply wanted to get away from your old town, moving to a brand new city allows for a chance to start anew – brand new image and all. But the big move can also be frightening, especially if you don‘t know anyone in the place you now call home. So you‘ll need a whole new crew to help you through this. Here‘s how to meet some of those new people. 61. _____________ One of the great things about taking pictures at an event or party is that it gives you an excuse to get in touch with the person later. Everybody loves seeing pictures of themselves, and it‘s very easy after taking a picture to say ―Are you on Facebook?‖ or ―If you‘d like I can email it to you.‖ This can be the seed that leads to new connections. The next time you hear about a fun event, email your new contacts to let them know about it. 62. _____________ If you don‘t know anyone in a new city, it can be tempting to order take-out and go back to your lonely apartment or hotel room. Instead, try eating by yourself in public as often as possible. You might feel self-conscious eating by yourself but it has an important benefit: you are much easier to approach when you are alone. People may be afraid of interrupting you or being rude if you are in a conversation with someone else. Bring a book or newspaper to read (this will make you feel less self-conscious). Plus, having an interesting book with you will give others an excuse to start a conversation if they‘ve read it. 63. _____________ Yoga, salsa dancing, volleyball, jogging, Toastmasters (a public speaking club), a class for work, martial arts, etc. Take up a new hobby or continue an old one! These are all great places to meet new people, primarily because you will be forced to see the same people over and over again in the class. You will automatically make friends with them if you have a common interest and are forced to see each other again. 64. _____________ You‘re most likely to meet people at your office, so make sure to chat with the guy who sits around you, and try to make casual conversation with everyone from your manager to the guy who fixes the photocopy machine. It pays to make that extra effort, since you‘re still considered ―the new guy‖ and will be getting a certain degree of attention. Use it to your advantage. 65. _____________ You may have never even known your previous neighbors, but home is a great place to start meeting people. There could be a whole pool of cool people in your apartment building or on your street, especially if you‘re in the right area. So when you see someone from your apartment building getting their mail or a guy washing his car in his driveway, break the ice by asking a question that shows you‘re new in town, like where the local video or liquor store is, and where the hot clubs are.

非选择题部分(共 40 分)
第三部分 写作(共两节,满分 40 分) 第一节:短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 下面短文中有 10 处语言错误。请在有错误的地方增加、删除或修改某个单词。 增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧) ,并在其下面写上该加的词。 删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。 修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写上修改后的词。 注意:1.每处错误及其修改均仅限一词。 2.只允许修改 10 处,多者(从第 11 处起)不计分。 例如: It was very nice to get your invitation to spend∧weekend with you. Luckily I was the am completely free then, so I‘ll to say ―yes‖, I‘ll arrive in Bristol at around 8:00 p.m. in Friday on evening.

Our class decided to do something for return of a blue sky last week. First we surfed the Internet for some information about air pollution, such as their causes, bad effects and solutions. With the information collecting, we held a class meeting and introduce to everyone the harmful effects of air pollution to our health. Then the next day we had put up some posters on the walls in the school, what caught many students‘ attentions and we were encouraged greatly. On Saturday morning, we made speeches in our neighboring community, calling on people to live a green life. People showed greatly enthusiasm for it but some even signed their names, promising that they would do their bit.

第二节: 书面表达(满分30分) 学校将组织一次远足活动,现有两种方案,一种是去自然风景区 (a scenic spot),另一种 是去历史文化遗址 (a historical site)。假如你是李越,请你用英语给组织活动的陈老师写一封 100-120个词的信,选择其中的一种方案,并陈述你的理由。 注意:信的开头已给出(不计入词数)。

Dear Mr. Chen, I‘m writing to recommend ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________ Yours sincerely, Li Yue


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