# 2016届高考(英语)模拟试题-2

2016 届高考（英语）数学模拟试题

the weather like now? A.Sunny. B.Cloudy. C.Rainy. 2.What can we learn from the conversation? A.John won’t be back this evening. B.The woman lent John her bicycle. C.The man will ask John to be back quickly. 3.How does the man feel about his driving to work? A.It takes him too much time. B.The distance is a little long. C.He feels that it’s not bad. 4.What’s wrong with the radio? A.It can’t be turned on. B.It can’t be turned off. C.It doesn’t work. 5.Where does the conversation most probably take place? A.At a restaurant. B.At a cinema. C.At a hotel. 第二节（共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 分） 听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题，从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项 中选出最佳选项， 并标在试卷的相应位置。 听每段对话或独白前， 你将有时间阅读各个小题， 每小题 5 秒钟；听完后，各个小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第 6 段材料，回答第 6~7 小题。 6.What kind of room does the man want? A.A single room. B.A double room. C.A double with bathroom. 7.When will the man leave the hotel? A.On July 15th. B.On June 14th. C.On June 15th. 听第 7 段材料，回答第 8~10 小题。 8.What did the man put up on the wall yesterday? A.The picture he drew on his vacation. B.The picture he took. C.The picture of him taken last year. 9.What kind of pictures does the man like? A.The pictures prepared for cameras. B.The daily life pictures. C.The pictures taken by others. 10.How many cameras does the man have? A.Twelve. B.Ten. C.Two.
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21. --- Why did you ______ the third paragraph of your rewritten composition? --- Because I thought it was off the point. A. put out B. make out C. figure out D. leave out 22. --- I _____ so busily recently that I _____ no time to help you with your maths. --- That’s OK. I can manage it by myself. A. have been working; have B. have worked; had
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C. am working; will have D. had been working; had had 23. _____ surprised us most, I think, was that as an expert, he didn’t even know _____ the problem lay. A. What; what B. It; where C. What; where D. It; in which 24. I didn’t mean _____ anything, but these apples looked so good that I couldn’t resist ____ one. A. to eat…trying B. to eat…to trying C. eating…to try D. eating…to trying 25. With a lot of difficult problems ______, the newly-elected president is having a hard time. A. settled B. settling C. to settle D. being settled 26. When I spent holidays Europe, I bought ______ vases. A. two lovely big old German B. two lovely old big German C. two German big old lovely D. lovely big two old German 27. After the long journey, the three of them went back home, ______. A. hungry and tiredly B. hungry and tired C. hungrily and tiredly D. hungrily and tired 28. _____ yourself with positive people who know the importance of confidence and you will keep focused on what you can do instead of what you can’t. A. Surrounding B. Surrounded C. Surround D. Having surrounded 29. ______ I explained on the phone, your request will be considered at the next meetings. A. When B. After C. As D. Since 30. There are two thousand students in our school, ______ are girls. A. two-thirds in which B. two-thirds in them C. two-thirds of them D.of whom two-thirds 31. The ground is wet all over, so I’m sure it must have rained last night, _____ it? A. hasn’t B. didn’t C. mustn’t D. wasn’t 32. --- What do you know made Susan so upset? --- ______ giving away state secrets. A. Charged with B. Being charged with C. Accusing of D. To be accused of 33. Mr. Mike didn’t understand ______ made his wife so upset this morning. A. what was it that B. why it was this C. how that was D. what it was that 34. Not until _____ on TV ____ that Ben Latin, the No. 1 terrorist in the world, was shot to death. A. did I turn; did I learn B. did I turn; I learned C. I turned; did I learn D. I turned; I had learned 35. Two middle-aged passengers fell into the sea. ______, neither of them could swim. A. Fairly B. Luckily C. Unfortunately D. Naturally

Helen was loved as a friendly 1ady by a11 who knew her. She had belonged to the same church for almost all her adult life and was highly 36.______. Poor Helen was well into her 90’s. Since her husband passed away，she moved in with Jennifer, her young granddaughter. However, life is 37._______. One night, driving home from the store, Jennifer was hit dead by a drunk driver. Once again, Helen was alone. The 38._______ of losing those closest to her and the loneliness of being all alone were 39.______ she could bear. She changed--she fell into 40._______ and hopelessness. Naturally, people around her saw the change. But nobody seemed to know how to 41._______ her. Months passed. It was now December, and the holiday season was 42._______ to be harder than Helen
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A Born in a fishing village in Japan, Fujiyama, 25, recalls a childhood dominated by health concerns. Doctors told his parents that he had a hole in his heart and “they didn’t think I had a lot longer to live”. But during a later visit to the doctor, his family learned the hole had closed. “Somehow I was cured and I became a normal kid,” Fujiyama says. “And I had a second chance.”
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Dr Marianm Kaufman，an expert on young people problems，says 15% to 20% young people will have depression during their growing．Trying romance often causes the depression．She advises kids not to jump into romance too early．During growing up，it is important for young people to build strong friendships and a strong sense of self．She also suggests the parents should encourage their kids to keep close to their friends， attend more interesting school activities and spend enough time with family． Parents should watch for signs of depression—eating or mood changes—and if they see signs from their daughters or sons，they need to give help．The good news is that the connection between romance and depression seems to become weak with age．Love will always make us feel young，but only maturity gives us a chance to avoid its bad side effects． 64. What’s the main idea of the passage? A. Romance is a twoedged sword for adults. B. Parents should forbid their children’s love. C. Puppy love may bring young people depression. D. Romance is good for young people. 65. Which of the following is more likely to have depression? A. Young people who have a strong sense of selfishness. B. Young girls who always hide their feelings and opinions. C. Young boys whose parents watch for their behavior. D. Careless parents whose children are deep in love. 66. What can be inferred from the passage? A. Lacking love can lead young people to grow up more quickly. B. The older a woman is, the less likely she seems to lose herself in romance. C. Parents should help their children to be aware of the signs of depression. D. Early love makes young people keep close to their friends and parents. 67. What’s the author’s attitude towards puppy love? A. disapproving B.confused C. disinterested D. scared D Sports is not only physically challenging, but it can also mentally challenging. Criticism from coaches， parents, and other teammates, as well as pressure to win can create too much anxiety or stress for young athletes. Stress can be physical, emotional, or psychological, and research has showed that it can lead to burnout. Burnout has been described as dropping or quitting of an activity that was at one time enjoyable. The early years of development are critical years for learning about oneself. The sport setting is one where valuable experiences can take place. Young athletes can, for example, learn how to cooperate with others, make friends, and gain other social skills that will be used throughout their lives. Coaches and parents should be aware, at all times, that their feedback to youngsters can greatly affect their children. Youngsters may take their parents’ and coaches’ criticisms to heart and find a flaw in themselves. Coaches and parents should also be cautious that youth sport participation does not become work for children. The outcome of the game should not be more important than the process of learning the sport and other life lessons. In today’s youth sport setting, young athletes may be worrying more about who will win instead of enjoying themselves and the sport. Following a game, many parents and coaches focus on the outcome and find fault with youngsters’ performances. Positive
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reinforcement should be provided in spite of the outcome. Research shows that positive reinforcement motivates and has a greater effect on learning than criticism. Again, criticism can create high levels of stress, which can lead to burnout. 68. According to the passage sport is positive for young people in that _____. A. it can help them learn more about society B. it teaches them how to set realistic goals for themselves C. it can provide them with valuable experiences D. it enables them to find flaws in themselves 69. According to the passage parents and coaches should _____. A. help children to win every game B. enable children to understand the positive aspect of sports C. pay more attention to letting children enjoy sports D. train children to deal with stress 70. The author’s purpose in writing the passage is _____. A. to emphasize the importance of positive reinforcement to children B. to persuade young children not to worry about criticism C. to discuss the skill of combing criticism with encouragement D. to teach young athletes how to avoid burnout

Born to Win Each human being is born as something unique, something that never existed before. Each person is born with what he needs to win at life. A normal person can see, hear, touch, taste, and think for himself. Each has his own unique potentials---his capabilities and limitations. Each can be an important, thinking, aware, and creatively productive person in his own right---a winner. The words "winner" and "loser" have many meanings. When we refer to a person as a winner, we do not mean one who defeats the other person by dominating and making him lose. Instead a winner is one who responds honestly by being trustworthy and responsive, both as an individual and as a member of a society. A loser is one who fails to respond honestly. A winner is not afraid to do his own thinking and to use his own knowledge. He can separate facts from opinion and doesn’t pretend to have all the answers. He listens to others, evaluates what they say, but comes to his own conclusions. A winner is flexible. He does not have to respond in known, rigid ways. He can change his plans when the situation calls for it. A winner has a love for life. He enjoys work, play, food, other people, and the world of nature. Without guilt he enjoys his own accomplishments. Without envy he enjoys the accomplishments of others. A winner cares about the world and its people. He is not separated from the general problems of society. He tries to improve the quality of life. Even in the face of national and international difficulty, he does not see himself as helpless. He does what he can to make the world a better place. Although people are born to win, they are also born totally dependent on their environment. Winners successfully make the change from dependence to independence, losers do not. Somewhere along the line losers begin to avoid becoming independent. This usually begins in childhood. Poor nutrition, cruelty, unhappy relationships, disease, continuing disappointments, and
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inadequate physical care are among the many experiences that contribute to making people losers. A loser is held back by his low ability to appropriately express himself through a full range of possible behavior. He may be unaware of other choices for his life if the path he chooses goes nowhere. He is afraid to try new things. He repeats not only his own mistakes and often repeats those of his family and culture. A loser has difficulty giving and receiving love. He does not enter into close, honest, direct relationships with others. Instead, he tries to manipulate( 操纵 ) them into living up to his expectations and channels his energies into living up to their expectations.

Born to win

Each person has his own 71. _______ qualities to be a winner. Each human being is born to be a winner. Being a winner does not mean 72. _______ the others. An honest 73. _______ makes the difference between a winner and a loser.

A winner tends to think 74. _______. Each human being is born to be a winner. A winner75._______to situations easily; Everyone’s accomplishments can bring him 76.________. A winner 77. _______ himself to improving the life of all people. Unfortunate childhood experiences have a great 78_____ on losers. The reason for being a loser. A loser 79. _______ the ability to find new ways and repeats mistakes. A loser is poor in 80. _______ love with others.

4 月 23 日是“世界读书日”（World Book Day） ，目的是鼓励人们都能享受读书的乐趣，都能 尊重和感谢为人类文明做出过巨大贡献的文学、文化、科学、思想大师们，都能保护知识产 权。

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literature books but also some art works and science books to expand my horizon and equip me with rich knowledge.

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