本试卷分第 I 卷（选择题）和第 II 卷（非选择题） 。满分 150 分，考试时间 120 分钟 第I卷 第一部分：听力（共两小节，满分30分） 第一节（共 5 小题; 每小题 1.5 分，满分 7.5 分） 听下面 5 段对话，每段对话后有一个小题，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。听完每段对话后，你都有 10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅 读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 1. Where does this conversation most probably take place? A. At a bookstore. B. At a library. C. At a post office. 2. What will the man probably do next? A. Go upstairs. B. Park his car. C. Reserve a room. 3. What probably is the woman? A. A shop assistant. B. A tourist guide. C. A bank clerk. 4. What do we know about the man? A. He had a short trip. B. He fell over and hurt. C. He finished the race. 5. What are the speakers mainly talking about? A. Education. B. Money. C. Plans. 第二节（共 15 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 22.5 分） 听下面 5 段对话或独白，每段对话或独白后有一个小题，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。听完每段对话或独白前，你将有时间阅读各个 小题，每小题 5 秒钟；听完后，各小题将给 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 题。 6. What is the relationship between the speakers? A. Husband and wife. B. Father and daughter. C. Boyfriend and girlfriend. 7. What did the woman get for Peter? A. A birthday cake. B. Some records. C. A camera. 听第 7 段材料，回答第 8、9、10 题。 8. Why did the man get off his bike? A. He wanted to make a phone call. B. He saw something at a phone box. C. He thought there was something wrong with his bike. 9. Where did the man make the call? A. At a house nearby. B. At the phone box. C. At a police station. 10. What is the man? A. A reporter. B. A policeman. C. A student. 听第 8 段材料，回答第 11 至 13 题。 11. When did the woman dance in the ballet for the first time? A. At the age of 7. B. At the age of 16. C. Three years after leaving high school.
12. Where did the woman go immediately after she graduated from high school? A. New York State. B. Amsterdam. C. New York City. 13. In which ballet group did the woman get her first professional experience? A. The Royal Dutch Ballet. B. New York City Ballet. C. The International School of Dance. 听第 9 段材料，回答第 14 至 16 题。 14. What do we know about the man? A. He has friends in Paris. B. He had a long holiday. C. He stayed in a hotel. 15. Where did the man meet his friend? A. On a bus. B. On a train. C. On a boat. 16. Where is Notre Dame? A. In France. B. In Spain. C. In Britain. 听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. Which company did Amos work in at first? A. Uncle Noname Cookie Co. B. Amos Cookie Company. C. William Morris Agency. 18. When was the Famous Amos Cookie Company set up? A. In 1975. B. In 1982. C. In 1985. 19. Which company bought Famous Amos in 1988? A. Wally Amos Presents. B. Shanby Group. C. William Morris Agency. 20. Where was Uncle Noname Cookie Co.started? A. In Hawaii. B. In New York. C. In Los Angeles. 第二部分 阅读理解(共两节，满分 40 分) 第一节 (共 15 小题；每小题 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 “The concept of fate” comes up a lot in conversation with Julia Roberts. 'I don't want to toy with the gods,' she'll say. This is understandable since by any accounting she has been phenomenally lucky: a career that has lasted more than 25 years and includes a best-actress Oscar and a marriage that has sailed past the decade mark. But these days, she's trying to live a life more ordinary, admittedly a difficult proposition for someone who found super-stardom at 22 with 1990's Pretty Woman and to date has brought in $2.6 billion in box office receipts. She loves the family she created with cinematographer husband Danny Moder, whom she married in 2002. She seems content right where she is-dressed in a sweater and jeans, newly blond
hair pulled back, her delicately lined face free of makeup, with her children -- 9-year-old twins Hazel and Finn and 6-year-old Henry, climbing into her lap to collect hugs. Almost all of her acting work is shot around their schedule, even her most recent: an adaptation of The Normal Heart, a play about the early fight against AIDS, airing on HBO this month. “Her family is a major part of what she does,” adds Bradley Cooper, her co-star in 2010's Valentine's Day , during which, he recalls, a dressing room was turned into a playroom for the 1?-year-old twins. “Her children are always around.” Recently sorrow caught up to Roberts when her half-sister Nancy Motes died at 37 from a possible drug overdose in early February. “You don't want anything bad to happen to anyone, but there are so many tragic, painful, inexplicable things in the world. But as with any situation of challenge and despair, we must find a way, as a family.” 21. What is probably the best title of the passage? A. Biography of Julia Roberts. B. How to Deal with Your Family. C. Julia Roberts’ Lovely Children. D. Julia Roberts and Her Family Life. 22. How many children does Julia Roberts have? A. One B. Two C. Three D. Four 23. According to the passage, The Normal Heart is originally a_____________. A. magazine B. play C. movie D. journal 24. In the last paragraph, the author mentioned Roberts’ sister to A. tell us that Roberts hates her sister. B. stress that Roberts values her family. C. encourage Roberts to hide her sorrow. D. show that Roberts’ sister overdose drug. B While it's located at the so-called "center of the universe," the billboard-covered building is mostly empty. The New York Times constructed the building as its general office building in 1904, and staged a massive New Year's Eve firework display to celebrate. But when the city outlawed the fireworks, The Times' chief electrician, Walter Palmer, came up with the idea to drop a lighted ball from the top of the tower instead. The New York Times owned the building for less than 10 years, and it fell into disrepair as Midtown grew ragged. According to a 1961 "Talk of the Town" piece, "There was a time when alcohol-illegal-selling was going full popularity in one of the basements...when the F.B.I. – this was during the Second World War – was holding automatic gun practice in a basement and using a 7th floor office to trap German spies." In 1995, Lehman Brothers bought the building, but instead of renting office space, it turned the 25-story tower into a billboard and made a 300 percent profit in two years. Filings from 2012 show that the billboards covering the building generate over $23 million annually, which represents 85 percent of the building's total revenue. The building itself has an estimated value between $378 million and $495 million. Walgreens rents the first three floors, with some storage space above that. The upper floors are
used for New Year's Eve. But in between, there's not much else. 25. Why did the New York Times build the building? A. To take it as its general office building B. To present the New Year’s Eve fireplay. C. To throw a lighted ball from above. D. To make advertising by billboard. 26. For what was the building used during World War II? A. For public use. B. For secret use. C. For agriculture use. D. For business use. 27. What is the writer’s attitude to the Lehman Brothers? A. They are greedy and selfish. B. They have a brave heart. C. They are self-disciplined. D. They have a business brain. 28. Which of the following does the underlined phrase mean? A. The building's whole costs. B. The building's complete value. C. The building's entire income. D. All the building's expenses. C Today’s youngsters use smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices(设备) more than ever before. And the amount of time they spend on these devices is only likely to increase in the future. But are all these changes good? We sometimes call children who grow up able to use mobile devices and technology easily digital natives. They can text, email, get Wi-Fi, and download. Some experts say that long periods of time spent chatting to friends online, playing video games and listening to mp3s, for example, may possibly change how their brains work. Then there is the question of privacy. All this online activity creates a digital footprint. Every time we share a photo or a post on social media, and every time we search for something on the Internet, information about our activity is stored somewhere. Our inability to control what happens to our children's digital footprint - and their personal privacy - has big possibilities. It might become normal for companies to ask their employees for their social media qualifications. We are also becoming more aware that companies and governments may be able to 'listen in' on our communications. So it is important to make our children aware of the possible results of oversharing. Another area where the digital world may have a big effect is in education. One worry is that kids who spend a lot of time online at home are sometimes unable to socialise properly with other children when they are at school. Other experts point out that, when it comes to children and technology, the children are the experts, not the teachers. They say that we should stop seeing online as 'bad' and offline as 'good' - and there is evidence of innovative (革新的)work in some schools. So, do we really need to rescue our children from the dangers of the digital world? 29. According to the second paragraph, what is the possible effect of digital childhood? A. Children can grow up quickly. B. Children can read texts fluently. C. Children’s way of thinking may be changed.
D. Children may become mentally disabled. 30. All the following may happen to our digital footprints EXCEPT________ A. When surfing the Internet, our digital footprints are saved. B. Some business societies may take advantage of the information. C. Government may look into our communication through the Internet. D. Digital pictures may be printed by our computer automatically. 31. Why are many teachers doubtful about digital technology? A. Because some students can not do well in studies. B. Because some teachers haven’t changed for years. C. Because some students addicted to digital technology can not socialize well. D. Because some teachers addicted to tradition technology cannot teach well. 32. Which of the following can sumarize the main idea of the text? A. Do we need to rescue our kids from the digital world? B. Should children learn to use digital technology? C. Are there changes in children’s school life? D. Should teachers accept changes in our life? D At the Magazine we welcome your contributions! We love to publicise and promote new writers, authors, bloggers and businesses. And there are several spots available for writers. Author Spot This is a regular page devoted to new and experienced authors. Click here to see the questions and you simply reply as you wish. To appear on Author Spot, your book must be already published. Please enclose a colour photo of yourself plus a colour photo of your book cover. Top Tips Are you an expert in your field? We welcome 'Top Tips' on any subjects such as working from home, building up a business, writing, -- please contact us if you have an idea - and look at the top tips posts on this site to see how to craft your own. Press Releases Do you have some news about your business, company or charity? We are always on the look out for great press releases to publish on our site. Simply submit your press release here or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Opinion pieces and Reviews Got a subject you feel strongly about? Or would you like to review a book for us? We are happy to look at all other opinion pieces or reviews as long as they fit with the general ethos of the site. General Submission Guidelines Due to the number of submissions received we cannot guarantee that your submission will be published. There might be a wait of a few weeks before your submission goes live. We reserve the right to edit submissions - although as they are personal to the writer, we endeavour not to do this. Any questions? Contact us here. 33. Which is a necessary requirement to contribute a book? A. Answering some questions. B. A book never published.
C. One photo of you and your book. D. An expert in your field. 34. What does the underlined part “we endeavour not to do this” in the last sentence mean? A. We try not to be personal. B. We try not to change your writing. C. We try not to reserve the right. D. We try not to delay the publication. 35. Where does the passage come from? A. A magazine B. A textbook C. A website D. A newspaper 第二节（共 5 小题；每小题 2 分。共 10 分） 根据短文内容，从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余 选项。 The Effects of Bullying (恃强凌弱)on Health A popular expression goes, "What does not kill us makes us stronger." 36 Increasing evidence suggests that the effects of being bullied do not end with childhood. 37 The report is based on research that began in 1993. The Great Smoky Mountains study observed 1,420 children from western North Carolina for years. The scientists followed the people as they went through childhood to teen years and into young adulthood. The research showed that those who were bullied can develop long-term mental health problems as young adults. It also showed that adults who were bullied as children have higher levels of C-reactive protein, or CRP. CRP is a sign of nervous tension on the body. Higher levels of CRP usually mean health problems later in life. The Great Smoky Mountains study also found something completely new about bullying. It seems that the bullies were healthier than the bullied. 38 The study found that those subjects who had never been bullied, but had bullied others, had the lowest levels of CRP. 39 Catherine Bradshaw is deputy director of the Johns Hopkins Center for the Prevention of Youth Violence in Baltimore, Maryland. She warns that lower CRP levels might just represent a difference in the bullies' basic biology. Ms. Bradshaw says that a health gain should not be understood as permission to bully. Mr. Copeland says bullying is a serious childhood experience that is no longer found only at schools and on playgrounds. 40 Some children who are bullied have killed themselves. Sometimes bullies even kill their victims. A. This fact made many people interested. B. But when it comes to being bullied, that may not be the case. C. At least it is true when talking about CRP levels. D. Many adults suffer psychological and physical damage a lot. E. Experts on bullying worry about that message. F. Online or cyber bullying can make even a child's home feel unsafe. G. A recent Duke University report shows that bullying can have permanent effects. 第三部分 英语知识运用(共两节，满分 45 分) 第一节 完型填空（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 处的最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
Every school has a/an 41 girl. In my primary school, it was me. From first grade through fourth, I had to 42 heavy orthopedic(整形外科的)shoes because of my weak 43 . I sounded like an overweight elephant wearing bricks whenever I 44 a single step. “Hey, you’re going to start a/an 45 !” Then in sixth grade I had to start to wear glasses. Mom asked for the 46 expensive ones and that made me look like a fool. “Couldn’t you 47 more of your faces? Why stop at the eyes?” In seventh, I started competing on the city swim team, thinking that if I got a killer body, nobody would 48 my face. Wrong again. I loved being 49 and winning ribbons now and then, but now I had red, wet eyes 50 the chlorine(氯)in the pool. I also did not develop a killer body. I 51 my strategy in eighth grade. I offered my help to anyone who needs. I worked for other girls, so they could 52 out with their friends. My new program began to 53 . People who would never have 54 my existence before were 55 seeking me out. I’d been feeling pretty good 56 one day I went to Christine’s house to help her 57 envelopes. Going into each envelope was invitation to Christine’s birthday party. After dinner, she asked me to help her address these envelopes. But there was no envelope for me. My heart was 58 . I still do kind things because I like the feeling I get when I am helping people. I, with my friends, go to Children’s 59 , playing games and reading to the sick kids. I still haven’t a smart look, but you cannot tell me I am not beautiful. Every time I visit Hospital, five-year-old Terry grasps my hand, “Morri, you are so nice. I want to grow up to be 60 like you.” 41. A. lovely B. beautiful C. strong D. ugly 42. A. put B. wear C. dress D. have 43. A. uncles B. ankles C. angels D. angles 44. A. started B. kept C. took D. jumped 45. A. flood B. earthquake C. volcano D. storm 46. A. least B. best C. most D. worst 47. A. pick up B. take up C. cover up D. put up 48. A. notice B. watch C. see D. look 49. A. sad B. happy C. slow D. fast 50. A. from B. by C. on D. because 51. A. used B. changed C. invented D. supplied 52. A. put B. turn C. give D. hang 53. A. work B. make C. do D. act 54. A. got B. acknowledged C. awoken D. smelt 55. A. carefully B. angrily C. poorly D. suddenly 56. A. after B. unless C. until D. when 57. A. fill B. draw C. invite D. carry 58. A. sunk B. fallen C. killed D. broken 59. A. Home B. Hospital C. Center D. Park 60. A. yet B. still C. just D. even 第 II 卷 注意：将答案写在答题卡上。写在本试卷上无效。
第三部分：英语知识运用（共两节，满分 45 分） 第二节 (共 10 小题; 每小题 1.5 分，满分 15 分) 阅读下面材料，在空白处填入适当的内容(1 个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。 More and more middle school students are going to all kinds of training classes or ____61 (have) family teachers at weekends. There are two different viewpoints 62 it. Some think 63 necessary. First of all，it’s 64 (effective) to study with a teacher than by themselves. Secondly，it can strengthen 65 they have learnt in class. Besides, they can learn a lot more. Others think it 66 (necessary). For one thing，students can easily form the habit of dependence. For 67 , students need time to relax from time to time. What’s more， the purpose of many training classes and family teachers is to make 68 . In my opinion， whether a training class or family teacher 69 (need) just depends. Do be sure to choose a good and suitable class or teacher, 70 it would be a waste of time and money. 第四部分 写作 (共两节, 满分 35 分) 第一节 短文改错(共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 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 处语言错误，每句中最多有两处，错误涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。 增加：把缺词处加一个漏词符号（∧） ，并在其下面写出该加的词。 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。 Good afternoon, everyone. Welcome to our school! High school students are faced a choice between arts and science. It was not the easy choice for me to make it. After careful consideration, though, I decide on science as my main subject of study. The reasons are as following. First, science graduates are in great demand than arts one in China. Second, the science major can help me achieve my childhood dream of becoming a scientist. Third, my parents wish me to study science at college so they believe I will have a brighter future as a science student. Last but not least, my physics teacher is my role model, which influence on me has spread to my whole life. It was about these reasons that I finally made my choice. Thanks! 第二节 书面表达 (满分 25 分) 假如你是李华，你们学校的学生活动远近闻名。你的美国笔友 Mike 向你询问你校在高一 高二学生中开展的社区服务及志愿者活动的情况。你给他回复了邮件，大致内容如下： 1. 时间：周末及寒暑假； 2. 同学们的收获； 3. 你的感受。 注意：1、词数 100 左右； 2、开头和结尾已经给出，不计入总词数； 3、 可适当增加细节，以使行文连贯。 Dear Mike, I’m glad to receive your letter asking about the students’ community service and voluntary
work of our school. ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________ Yours, Li Hua 2015 年高三模拟考试大连市第二十四中学卷 英语答案 听力 1-5 CACBC 6-10 ACBAC 11-15 BCABC 16-20 ACABA 阅读 21-24 DCBB 25-28 ABDC 29-32 CDCA 33-35 ABC 七选五 36-40 B G C E F 完型 41-45 DBBCB 46-50 ACADA 51-55 BDABD 56-60 CADBC 语篇填空 61. having 62. about/on 63. it 64. more effective 65. what 66. unnecessary 67. another 68. money 69. is needed 70. otherwise/ or 改错 Good afternoon, everyone. Welcome to our school! High school students are faced with 或 faced 改为 facing a choice between arts and science. It was not an easy choice for me to make it 删掉. After careful consideration, though, I decided on science as my main subject of study. The reasons are as follows. First, science graduates are in greater demand than arts ones in China. Second, the science major can help me achieve my childhood dream of becoming a scientist. Third, my parents wish me to study science at college because they believe I will have a brighter future as a science student.
Last but not least, my physics teacher is my role model, whose influence on me has spread to my whole life. It was for these reasons that I finally made my choice. Thanks! 参考范文: Dear Mike, I’m glad to receive your letter asking about the students’ community service and voluntary work of our school. These activities are organized by the Students’ Union and they are intended for students from Grade One and Grade Two, who organize activities on weekends and during holidays. The community service and voluntary work, aiming to offer students more opportunities to contribute to society, benefit us a lot. Taking part in these activities can help us develop self-confidence, make new friends and broaden our horizons. At the same time, these activities can help us develop interpersonal skills, enabling us to communicate with each other more easily. Besides, we have developed more interests, which enrich our lives. I acquire a lot in an amazing way. Meanwhile, I bring myself closer to society, which prepares me better for my future career.
Yours, Li Hua
录音材料： (Text 1) M: I need a book of stamps and I’d also like to send this letter. W: Here are some stamps, but you have to take the letter to the next window. (Text 2) M: I have an appointment with Hans Ekburg. Could you tell him I’m here? I’ve left my car in a reserved space. W: That’s OK. I’ll take the car registration number. Could you write your name here and wear this? (Hands over a visitor’s badge.) Do you know the building? M: I’m afraid not. (Text 3) M: Miss, I’d like to change some money. W: How much do you want to change? M: How much would I get for 100 dollars? W: Today’s rate is 6.53 to the dollar, so 100 dollars would be 653 yuan. (Text 4) W: Oh, Michael, how did it go? M:Well, it’s a bit of disappointment. I really trained for a long time for that race. It was going really really well, and just about half way through I tripped over something, and fell and hurt my knees. I really couldn’t even finish. I was really really upset about that. (Text 5) W: I hope to get a job during Christmas and earn some money. How about you? M: I’m going to take a correspondence course so I can graduate sooner. (Text 6)
W:782-4145. Jean Willianmson speaking. M: It’s me, dear, William. Sorry I had to rush off this morning. How are our boys? W: I’m taking them to the doctor at twelve o’clock, but I’m sure they’re going to be all right. M: That’s good. What about you? W:Oh, I’m just fine now. And I’m going to bake a birthday cake for tommorrow. And …I’ve got a camera for Peter and some records for Paul. M: You spoil them. I’m going to open a savings account for them. They need to learn how to save money. (Text 7) W: Tell me what happened that morning. M: Well, I collected my newspapers at about 8 o’clock, and started my paper route. I went past the phone box and saw this sort of black bag in one corner. I got off my bike to have a better look. It was just an ordinary case, so I decided to find out whom it belonged to. W:When did you realize it was a bomb? M: As soon as I opened it and saw the wires. W: Have you ever seen a bomb before? M: I’ve seen them on the television, that’s all. W: What did you do next? M: I rushed out of the box, went to the nearest house and phoned the police. W: When did the police arrive? M: I didn’t stay to find out. I had to go and finish delivering my newspapers. W: Were you late for school? M: Only about five minutes. Nobody seemed to mind. (Text 8) M: Is this the first time that you’ve danced in this particular ballet? W: Oh, no. I’ve danced it many times before. The first time was when I was in high school, as a matter of fact. I was only 16 at that time. M: When did you begin to dance? W: Oh, I started taking ballet lessons when I was seven years old. M: Was that in New York City? W: No, but I came to New York after I finished high school. And I studied at the International School of Dance for three years. M: So after that, you joined the New York City Ballet? W: Oh gosh, no. That was much later. M: So what did you do after graduating? W: Well, I went to Europe for a while. And I got a job in Amsterdam. You see, it’s very difficult for a dancer to get a job here in the beginning, so I went to Holland. They’ve got an excellent ballet company, the Royal Dutch Ballet. And that’s where I got my first professional experience. (Text 9) W: Hello, Dave. I haven’t seen you for some time. Have you been away? M: Yes, I’ve just returned from a holiday in France and Spain. W: Sounds good. Did you travel around much? M: Quite a lot. I had a month’s holiday so there was plenty of time. W: How did you get around?
M: Oh, all sorts of ways---bus, boat, train, car and plane. I caught the train from London to Donver and then got the boat across the Channel to Calais. I met a friend on the boat who was going to Paris too, so I had company on the train journey from Calais. In fact she had friends in Paris so I stayed with them for a few days instead of in a hotel. It saved me a lot of money. W: That was lucky! What did you do there? M: Oh, the normal thing---went to the Louvre and Notre Dame and Eiffel Tower and so on. It was my first visi to Paris and it was so interesting to see them. (Text 10) M: In this lesson we’ll talk about the pioneer of chocolate cookies in America “Amos cookies”. Amos was a talent agent at the William Morrris Agency who used home-baked chocolate chip cookies as a calling card. After a while, some of his famous business partners encouraged him to sell the cookies. They even invested in the Famous Amos Cookie Company, which he started in 1975, making him one of the pioneers in his industry. Sales at Famous Amos hit $12 million by 1982. His cookies were a success, but he was no manager, and his company started losing money. Amos had to bring in new money; from 1985 to 1988, he went through four different co-owners. Each time a change was made, Amos gave up more of his share of the pie. By the tiem Shanby Group bought it in 1988, Amos had nothing left; he even signed away his trademark rights. In 1992, when he started a new company called “Wally Amos Presents: Chip and Cookie”, the famous Amos Corp. took him to court. In the end, Wally Amos agreed not to use his own name or an image of himself on the cookies and not to speak ill of the company that owned his name. Wally Amos then moved to Hawaii and started another cookie company called the “Uncle Noname Cookie Co.” This case is an excellent demonstratin of the dangers of trademark ownership for companies.
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