山东省 2013 届高三高考模拟卷（一） 英 语
本试卷分为第Ⅰ卷（选择题）和第Ⅱ卷（非选择题）两部分。满分 150 分。考试用 时 120 分钟。考试结束，将本试卷和答题卡一并交回。
第 I 卷（选择题，共 105 分）
第一部分 听力（共两节，满分 30 分） 做题时，先将答案标在试卷上。录音内容结束后，你将有两分钟的时间
将试卷上的答案 转涂到答题卡上。 第一节 听下面五段对话。每段对话后有一小题，从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最 佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。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. When can the man see the headmaster? A. At 9:30. A. He is ill. 3. What is Mike? A. A teacher. B. A student. C. A writer. C. Living far from companies. 4. What has made working at home possible? A. Personal computers. 5. Where is the woman? A. In a soap factory. B. In her house. C. At an information desk. 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，并标在答题卡的相应位置。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 题。 6. Where, does the conversation most probably take place? A. At home. B. On a bus. C. In the bank. 7. Why do the two speakers want to buy a car? A. They have a lot of money. B. The man lives too far away from his office. C. The woman's office is too far away from her home. B. Communication industry. B. At 11:45. C. At 12:40. C. The air inside is fresh enough. 2. Why does the man want to keep the window shut? B. He wants to open it himself.
听第 7 段材料，回答第 8-10 题。 8. Why won't Mr. Stone come to the clinic tomorrow? A. He can't spare the time. B. The clinic will be closed. D. Dr.! Milton won't come to work. 9. When is the clinic open in a week? A. From Monday to Friday. B. On weekdays except Thursday. C. During the whole week. 10. What time has finally been fixed for Mr. Stone to come? A. 5:30 p. m., Wednesday. B. 6:15 p. m., Wednesday. C. 6:15 p. m., Thursday. 听第 8 段材料，回答第 11-13 题。 11. What's the relationship between the two speakers? A. Neighbors. A. In the morning. B. Doctor and patient. B. In the afternoon. C. Friends. C. At night. 12. When did the woman cough most seriously? 13. What did the man do for the woman? A. He examined the woman carefully. B. He gave her some medicine and some advice as well. C. He just told her not to worry too much. 听第 9 段材料，回答第 14-16 题。 14. What's the possible relationship between the two speakers? A. Husband and wife. A. In a restaurant. A. Have some soup. B. Friends. C. Strangers. 15. Where does the conversation most probably take place? B. At the woman s home. C. At the man's home. B. Have more rice. C. Bring his wife next time. 16. What does the woman ask the man to do? 听第 10 段材料，回答第 17-20 题。 17. What did Nicholas do at eighteen months？ A. He began to learn French. B. He read the newspaper. C. He took telephone messages. 18. Why was Nicholas bored and unhappy at the two schools? A. He had too much homework. B. He almost couldn't learn anything special. C. His teachers often corrected his spelling. 19. Who offered to help Nicholas finally? A. His classmates. B. His parents. C. A college. 20. What is Nicholas' life like now? A. Busy without any social life. B. Full but boring. C. Busy at college and free at home. 第二部分：英语知识运用（共两节, 满分 35 分） 语法和词汇知识（共 15 小题，每小题 1 分，满分 15 分） 21. They reached ______ company out of _____ breath only to be told they were fired. A. a; / B. the; the C. a; the D. the; /
22. —Is there anything wrong, Susan? You look sad. — Oh， nothing much. In fact, I ______ my grandmother living in the countryside alone. A. was just missing B. just miss C. had just missed D. am just missing 23. Our new house is very ______ for me as I can get to the supermarket in five minutes from here. A. convenient B. comfortable C. natural D. helpful 24.I was scared and felt pretty anxious, ______ in a new country. A. for the first time I was B. this being my first time C. being my first time D. I was the first time 25. —Tom, are you free tonight? I will _____ you to a big dinner in Blue Moon Restaurant. —Really? Wait until I finish the work. A. cover B. handle C. tend D. treat 26. ______ to nuclear radiation, even to a small amount, one is likely to develop cancer. A. Being exposed B. Having exposed C. Exposed D. Exposing 27. She is honest and trustworthy. I think it?s ______ no business of hers. A. absolutely B. possibly C. unfortunately D. desperately 28. Becky joined the search-and-rescue team when she was 14 years old, the youngest age ______ one can join. A. at which B. at that C. since when D. where 29. —Word came that Kitty will go to Tibet to work as a volunteer teacher. —______ She hasn?t finished college yet. A. Sounds great! B. It?s out of the question! C. Not really. educate us. A. this B. that C. it D. one 31. The government is carrying out a reform of the present educational system, in order to provide children with fair ______ to education. A. access B. passage C. way D. approach 32. It?s said that ______ scientist is going to give us a lecture. A. an American famous young B. a famous American young C. a famous young American D. a young famous American 33. Unfortunately, George cannot be with us today so I?m pleased to accept this award ______ him. A. in honor of B. regardless of C. on behalf of D. for lack of 34. —What should we pay more attention to if we go camping in the mountains? —Nothing special. Take a special pair of glasses ______ the wind there is strong and cold. A. even if B. in case C. providing that D. so long as D. I couldn?t agree more 30. From the teacher?s patient explanation, I have learnt what a big responsibility ______ is to
35. I _______ banning trucks in the city centre because it will reduce air pollution and noise. A. assist B. advocate C. admit D. oppose 第二节 完型填空（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 36—55 各题所给的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中，选出最佳选项。 Did you hear the sports story that came out of Greece a few years ago? No, it wasn?t from the country that started the Olympics, 36 it has an Olympic quality. The story came out of Greece, New York, and it was about Jason McElwain, a 17-year-old autistic(自闭的) kid, and Jim Johnson, a high school basketball 37 . 38 with learning challenges, was Jason，who didn?t speak until he was five and always manager, who kept statistics and handed out water bottles. But Coach Johnson 41 Jason?s enthusiasm for the game and his unselfish dedication to 44 his nickname, the team. So he decided if the score 42 , he might let him 43 a few minutes. Word got around and a group of students came to the game with signs “J-Mac,” and cutouts of his face placed on popsicle（冰棒）sticks. When Jason was put into the game with four minutes left, they 45 wildly hoping that he might even would have Jason took a 46 47 a basket. In Hollywood, he would have done just that, and his teammates him off on their shoulders. But in the 48 world of Greece, New York,
39 for a basketball player, only five foot six. In fact, he never 40 the team. He was the team
49 and missed by about six feet. His supporters 50 and the coach worried
that he may have set this young man up for 51 . But J-Mac 52 another shot, and another, and another. 53 he took 10 shots, and scored 20 points in his four minutes of 54 . And, yes, he was carried off on the shoulders of his teammates. And it was the career high point in the life of a coach who just gave a good kid a(n) 55 . 36. A. if 37. A. star 38. A. began 39. A. short 40. A. gathered 41. A. showed 43. A. train 44. A. giving 45. A. blamed 46. A. score 47. A. cut 48. A. real B. though B. game B. went B. big B. organized B. liked B. rest B. bearing B. laughed B. find B. carried B. modern C. since C. coach C. listened C. good C. supported C. developed C. mattered C. play C. calling C. ran C. fill C. put C. whole D. for D. play D. struggled D. ready D. made D. lost D. permitted D. direct D. keeping D. cheered D. hang D. knocked D. natural
42. A. decreased B. changed
49. A. shot B. seat C. look D. step 50. A. nodded B. broke C. agreed D. complained 51. A. fame B. embarrassment C. courage D. achievement 52. A. took B. heard C. got D. fired 53. A. In fact B. In turn C. However D. Meanwhile 54. A. sorrow B. joy C. glory D. guilt 55. A. lesson B. chance C. prize D. award 第三部分：阅读理解（共 20 小题，每题 2 分，满分 40 分） 阅读下列短文，从每题所给的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中，选出最佳选项。 A I?ve spent over a year in India, and in those 365 plus days, I?ve learned a lot about getting around Indian cities. My biggest lessons have been learned through being cheated, particularly by taxi and rickshaw (人力车) drivers, but that doesn't mean those are bad ways to travel, as long as you know what you're doing. Below are the best ways to get around the city of Delhi, India, and tips for how to keep from being the victim of scams （欺骗）. Taking taxis is a great way to get around the city of Delhi and chances are, if you arrive in Delhi by plane, as soon as you make it through customs, you?ll be swarmed by Indian taxi drivers. At the Delhi airport, be sure to arrange for a taxi to your hotel at one of the two Delhi Traffic Police Taxi Booths. One is inside the airport, and one is outside. The key is to make sure to go to a booth run by the police, rather than by independent taxi drivers. Rickshaws are one of my favorite ways to get around Indian cities, in part because it's how the locals often travel. Auto-rickshaws are more common, but bicycle rickshaws are still used in Old Delhi. If you do have a chance to take a bicycle rickshaw, you should do it at least once for a unique experience that should only set you back about 15 rupees. Auto-rickshaw rates around Delhi range between 30 and 80 rupees, depending on distance. If you really want to travel around Delhi like the locals, take a public bus. Indian buses become very crowded and most do not have air conditioning. They are, however, very cheap. A bus trip won't set you back any more than 15 rupees, as long as you stay within the city limits. Since Indian buses get so crowded, try to board the bus at the start of the route so you can get a seat. The train is a great way to get around within the city of Delhi. Fares are reasonable, between six and 22 rupees. All departure announcements are in both Hindi and English, and tokens can be purchased for between six and 22 rupees. 56. The author is trying to ______ in Delhi through this text. A. give some advice of traveling B. expect us to travel around C. show his/her experiences D. explain the difficulties of traveling
57. To avoid being cheated, you ought to ______ if you want to take a taxi at the Delhi airport. A. pay more to the drivers to keep safe B. show your ticket to the driver C. go to a police-run booth D. go out of the airport 58. The author suggests taking a rickshaw in order to ______. A. save some money B. enjoy the comfortable trip C. gain some unique experience D. help the local rickshaw drivers 59. What can we infer from the passage? A. You won?t have to pay much if you travel around by bus in India B. It will be difficult for you to get a seat if you get on the bus halfway. C. A rickshaw driver only charges whatever amount you give him. D. You?ll have to speak English if you travel around in India. 60. Which may be the topic that follows? A. Hotel recommendations in Delhi B. Weather conditions in Delhi C. Food and drink in Delhi D. Car rentals in Delhi B They were just grasshoppers(蚂蚱). But there were millions of them, which was why dad was so anxious to get rid of them. “They?re totally destroying our beans,” he told Mom over lunchtime one Saturday. “I?ve been trying to keep them out of the tomatoes, but I don?t know if I can make it.” “Isn?t there something you can do about them?”Mom asked. She was mostly concerned about the tomatoes. “I think there?s a spray(喷雾) or something,” Dad said. “I?m going down to the garden center after lunch and see if they have any suggestions.” I?m pretty sure that?s what he said. But what I heard was, “While I?m gone, why don?t you and George come up with your own plan for getting fid of the grasshoppers?” And so that?s what we did. It was the summer between fifth and sixth grade, so we were feeling pretty clever and mature. Certainly we knew how to get rid of these grasshoppers. That seemed simple enough. Finally Ron and Don joined us but then, things got a little crazy. Before we knew it we were doing terrible experiments. I won?t describe our experiments. Let?s just call it “The Adventures of the Marquis de Orkin”. Da came home and saw these different deaths. We were laughing, but the laughter quickly turned to silence when we saw the look on
my dad?s face. “What are you boys doing?” he asked . “We?re just sort of helping to get rid of the grasshoppers,” I said. “This isn?t ?getting rid of grasshoppers,?” Dad said. “This is killing.” I was confused. I looked at the insecticide he was carrying. “But aren?t you going to kill grasshoppers with that?” I asked. “Yes, because it?s something we need to do for the protection of our garden,” he said seriously. “But I?m not going to enjoy it.” 61. It can be inferred from the text that _________. A. the tomatoes in the garden were badly damaged by grasshoppers B. the father was advised to get rid of grasshoppers with insecticide C. the father asked the author to help catch grasshoppers D. the author?s way of treating grasshoppers was interesting 62. The underlined word “them” in Para. 3 refers to __________. A. Dad and I B. grasshoppers C. beans D. tomatoes 63. The underlined sentence “And so that?s what we did.” Means that _________. A. we killed the grasshoppers for fun B. we carried out an experiment on the grasshoppers C. we thought of a way to deal with the grasshoppers D. we were clever enough to get rid of the grasshoppers 64. How did the author?s father feel when he saw what the children were doing？ A. Angry. B. Confused C. Satisfied D. Fearful 65. In which magazine would you most probably find this passage? A. American Laboratory C. Readers? Digest B. Accounts of Chemical Research D. Technology
C Every day I check my e-mail. Most of the time I am simply doing finger exercises, another form of piano practice without the beautiful tones. Sometimes, however, I receive a gift, reminding me of the gifts in my life. The following passage is one of those gifts. Peter Jones is a 92-year-old, small but proud man. Every morning he is fully dressed by eight o'clock, with his hair fashionably combed and his face shaved perfectly, even though he is actually blind. He would move to a nursing home today because his wife of 70 years recently passed away, making the move necessary.
After many hours of waiting patiently in the entrance hall of the nursing home, he smiled sweetly when told his room was ready. As he moved his walker skillfully to the elevator, the nurse provided a visual description of his tiny room, "I love it," he stated with the enthusiasm of an eight-year-old having just been presented with a new puppy. "Mr. Jones, you haven't seen the room; just wait." Said the nurse. "That doesn't have anything to do with it," he replied. "Happiness is something you decide on ahead of time. Whether I like my room or not doesn't depend on how the furniture is arranged... it's how I arrange my mind. I have already decided to love it. It's a decision I make every morning when I wake up. I have a choice: I can spend the day in bed recounting the difficulty I have with the parts of my body that no longer work, or get out of bed and be thankful for the ones that do. Each day is a gift, and as long as my eyes open, I'll focus on the new day and all the happy memories I've stored away. May each of our days continue to be a gift. 66. What do we know about Mr. Jones? A. He is blind but very neat. B. His wife died many years ago.
C. He received a pet from the nurse. D. His room in the nursing home is big. 67. How did Mr. Jones feel about his room in the nursing home？ A．Worried B. Curious C. Disappointed D. Content 68. The underlined word “it” in Paragraph 5 refers to “______”. A. the furniture B. the room C. a decision D. a gift 69. We can learn from Paragraph 5 that Mr. Jones ______. A. has stored many gifts from his friends B. is always grateful for help from others C. takes an optimistic attitude towards life D. always tries to make good use of his time 70. What would be the best title for the text? A. Each day is a gift B. Be always grateful
C. Living in a nursing home D. Arrange your mind every day D Increased use of the Internet and mobile phones are undermining pupils? capacity for independent study and promoting poor grammar, it was claimed. Cranfield School of Management found almost six in 10 schoolchildren were copying information directly from websites for homework tasks without properly reading it. More than a quarter thought it was an acceptable practice, even though they know it was
considered plagiarism (剽窃)。 The study, based on a sample of around 260 pupils aged from 11 to 18 at a secondary school in the Midlands, raised fresh concerns that modern technology was having a destructive effect on young people. Andrew Kakabadse, professor of international management development at Cranfield, said, “Our research shows that technology obsession prevent spelling skills, encourages plagiarism, and disturbs classroom learning. “Despite school policies restricting mobile phone usage, students use the phone frequently, with the majority making calls from the toilets. The mobile phone continues to be a main channel of social communication during the school day.” The report revealed that so-called “text-speak” was increasingly finding it was into pupils? school work. Three in 10 students admit to using text message shortcuts, such as “r u ok” in essays and classroom tasks. It followed a study earlier this year that found almost half of teachers failed to understand some pupils? writing because it was so full of confusing language. Phrases such as “innit” and “Gr8” were regularly found in school work, it was claimed. The Cranfield study found that mobile use was so common that many pupils chose to ignore school rules on phones. More than a third said they would use their mobile in class, while nearly three quarters said they would not even make an excuse to leave class to answer a phone call. 71. The underlined word “undermining” in the first paragraph can best be replaced by ______. A. determining B. keeping C. weakening D. increasing 72. It can be infer from what Kakabadse said that ______. A. he is in favor of students? mobile phone usage at school B. he believes schools are responsible for technology obsession C. the research finds a new way to improve school management D. it is hard to limit students? mobile phone usage at school 73. What can we learn from the passage?
A. Most students? writing skills are becoming worse. B. Text message language may affect pupils? language skills. C. Students like to invent new words in their writing. D. 30% of pupils often send text messages when studying. 74. The passage is mainly about ________. A. the negative effect of technology on students? study B. technology?s positive influence on student achievement C. the importance of online social communication D. the rapidly growing role of communication technologies 75. What?s the attitude of the author to the problem? A. Optimistic. B. Approving C. Anxious. D. Tolerant.
第Ⅱ卷（共 45 分）
第一节 阅读表达（共 5 小题；每小题 3 分，满分 15 分） 阅读下面短文，请根据短文后的要求进行答题。 （请注意问题后的字数要求） When the heat of summer makes dogs miserable, many pet owners shave or clip their long coated dogs. Dogs do not have the vast network of blood vessels(血管) and sweat glands（汗腺） in their sin as humans do, so they ________ as humans do. Panting (喘息) is their main system of cooling. As air passes quickly across the tongue and through the respiratory tract, the dog?s body loses heat. method of cooling is not as efficient as the human perspiration system and causes them to be more prone to heat stroke (中暑) than humans. Dogs can vaporize large amounts of water in hot weather and must always have plenty of fresh, cool water available, to avoid dehydration（脱水）. During the lazy days of summer, we usually find ourselves spending more time outdoors and often the dog is right alongside us. Clipping a heavy coated dog down to a short coat in summer can prevent leaves and grasses from being caught in the hair. A clipped coat is easier for dog owners to manage and it also makes them look good. They are happier for not being trapped in a fur coat. But a short coat must be still long enough to act as a “shade” for the skin and actually helps to prevent sunburn. Many vets will disagree with a shave and recommend a short clip instead. Leave at least one inch of hair when clipping dogs and a short clip done by a professional person will be most effective in achieving the proper length. Dark coated dogs, heavy coated dogs, older dogs, and young puppies are among those at higher risk of heat stroke and require extra care to stay cool and avoid dehydration. Air conditioning during the hottest part of the day is best for these dogs; however, a clipped coat, regular brushing and plenty of cool, fresh water and shade can help keep dogs cool. 76. What?s the main idea of the passage? (no more than 10 words) _____________________________________________________________________ 77. Fill in the blank in Paragraph 2 with proper words. (no more than 5 words) ___________________________________________________________________________ 78. Why do dogs tend to have heat stroke in summer? ___________________________________________________________________________ 79. List three ways the author advises people to do for their dogs in summer. (no more than 20 words) ① _______________________________________________ ② ______________________________________________ ③ _______________________________________________ 80. Who are intended readers of the passage? (no more than 5 words) ____________________________________________________________
第二节 书面表达（满分 30 分） 广告在我们的日常生活中非常普遍，很多同学很容易被广告影响，盲目购买厂家通过大 量广告所宣传的商品，甚至上当受骗。就“广告”这一主题为你的校报写一篇短文，让同 学们对广告有清楚的了解。内容包括： 1. 做广告的真实目的。 2. 如何避免被广告误导。 要求：1. 词数：120-150 2.可适当增加细节以使行文连贯 ________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________
山东省 2013 届高三高考模拟卷（一） 英语参考答案
第 I 卷（选择题，共 105 分） 听力原文 M: Do you think the headmaster could see me before nine thirty? W: He won't be in until eleven forty—five. M: Is twelve forty any good? W: Yes, I'll write down the time. Text 2 W: Do you mind if I open the window to let in some fresh air? M: Sorry. Please don't, I've caught a cold. Text 3 W: Did you say sorry to your teacher, Mike? M: Why must I? W: You were late this morning. M: But I wasn't. When I got to school, I was just on time for class. Text 4 M: Miss Dermott, let me ask you straight away. Do you think, within a few years, many people could work at home instead of working in offices? W: Oh, yes. It's happening now. You see, the communication industry has made such progress in the last ten years.
Text 5 M: Hello! May 1 speak to Mrs. Arnold? W: Speaking. M: This is Sparkle Company. You are one of the lucky housewives chosen to receive our free soap. W: That's very nice of you. But I'd rather go on using what I've always used. Thanks just the same. Text 6 W: Why don't we buy a car, dear? M: I have been thinking about it for a long time. I think it necessary for us to buy one. We live so far away from my company. W: Yes. With a car, you wouldn't have to catch a bus to work. It can save a tot of time. M: Sure, but we don't have enough money at present. W: Why not borrow some from the bank? I think we won't have to borrow so much now. M: Well, let's go down town and have a look. Text 7 W: Clinic. Can 1 help you? M: Good afternoon. This is Frank Stone. I want to make an appointment with Doctor Milton, please. W: OK, Mr. Stone. We have you on our records. Can you manage this afternoon? M: I'm afraid not. 1 can manage tomorrow. W: I'm afraid Mr. Milton is not on duty tomorrow. He'll be here the day after tomorrow. That's Thursday, March 27th. M: Fine. W: Will 5:20 be all right? M: Well, yes. But what time is the clinic closed? W: We start from 9:00 a.m. and close at 7:00 p. m. on weekdays. We don't work at the weekend. M: I'd prefer a later time so that I can come along after work. W: Then what about 6:15? M: Well, that's fine. Text 8 M: Good morning, Mrs. Adams. How are you today?
W: Oh, not very well. I've caught a bad cold. M: Have you got a temperature? W: Yes, I've got a fever. M: Are you coughing? W: Yes, especially at night. It's quite bad then. And 1 can't go to sleep. M: Oh, I see. I can understand that. Um, I think you've got the flu. I suggest you should not go to work, and take this medicine once every four hours. M: What else should I do? M: Drink more water and have a good rest. M: OK. Thank you. Good bye! M: Good bye! Text 9 W: Let me help you to some more fish. M: The fish is delicious. But I've had enough now. I'd like to have some soup. W: Here it is. Help yourself. M: Thanks. I didn't know you were so good at cooking. If my wife were here, she would be surprised as I am. W: Well, bring your wife too if you come here next time. I haven't seen her for quite some time. M: Sure, I will. My wife will be very happy to see you, too. Well, I'm full now. Thank you for your wonderful meal. W: I'm glad you enjoyed it. Text 10 Good morning and welcome to the BBC news special. Have you ever heard of a four—year—old college student? But this is true of Nicholas MacMahon, who is now studying at college because he is too clever for school. Nicholas spoke well before he was one. At eighteen months he took telephone messages for his parents. At two he began to learn French. The strange thing about Nicholas is that he taught himself to read before he could speak. His parents knew immediately that he could read. When he could speak, he corrected his spelling. He tried two different schools, but he was bored and unhappy and his parents decided that he couldn't stay there. His parents did not have enough time to prepare special lessons for Nicholas. The MacMahons had no idea what to do with him. Then the West London Institute
offered to help. Nicholas spends some of his time there, and also studies at home. He reads newspaper every day, and he can play the violin well. He doesn't have any social life in the school. Nicholas is a clever child and the teachers want to help him in every way. 第一部分：听力 1~5. CABBB 6~10. ABCAC 11~15. BCBBB 16~20. CCBCA 第二部分：英语知识运用（共两节, 满分 35 分） 21. D。考查冠词。句意为：他们上气不接下气地赶到公司，不料却被告知他们被解雇 了。第一空用 the 特指他们工作的那家公司；out of breath 上气不接下气，是固定短语， breath 前没有任何冠词。 22. A。考查动词的时态。句意为：“苏珊，你怎么了？你好像有点伤心。”“噢，没什 么。事实上，我刚才只是在思念独自居住在农村的奶奶。” 23. A。考查形容词辨析。句意为：我们的新家对我来说非常方便，因为从这里五分钟内 就能到超市。convenient 意为“方便的，便利的”。comfortable 舒适的；natural 自然的； helpful 有帮助的。 24. B。考查独立主格结构。this being my first time in a new country 为独立主格结构，在 句中作原因状语。 25. D。考查动词辨析。treat sb. to sth. 意为“请某人吃……”，treat 还意为“对待，治疗”。 cover 覆盖，够付，行走，报道；handle 处理，应付；tend 趋向，照顾，易于。 26. C。考查过去分词。句意为：一个人如果接触了核辐射，即使是很少的量，也有可能 得癌症。句子的主语 one 与 expose 构成逻辑上的被动关系，且不强调动作正在进行，故 用过去分词。此处用过去分词短语作条件状语。 27. A。考查副词辨析。句意为：她诚实可靠。我想这件事绝对与她无关。absolutely 意 为“绝对地，完全地”。possibly 可能地，也许；unfortunately 不幸地；desperately 拼命 地，极其（严重，危急等） ，……得要命。 28. A。考查定语从句。先行词 age 是时间名词，要填的引导词在定语从句中作时间状 语，应用 when 或 at which。 29. B。考查交际用语。句意为：“有消息说基蒂要去西藏当志愿教师。”“那不可能。她 大学还没毕业呢。”It?s out of the question! 意为“那不可能！”Sounds great! 听起来很好！ Not really. 事实上不。I couldn?t agree more. 我非常赞同。 30. C。考查 it 的用法。句意为：从老师耐心的讲解中，我了解到教育我们是多么重大的 责任啊！句中 have learnt 后面是由 what 引起的感叹句，it 是形式主语，动词不定式是真 正的主语。
31. A。考查名词辨析。句意为：政府正就目前的教育体制进行一项改革，目的是为孩子 们提供接受教育的平等机会。access 在此意为“享用权，享用机会”，access to 得到…… 的机会，权利。passage 船费，通道，段落；way 方法，方式，路；approach 接近，方 法，途径。 32. C。考查形容词顺序。在英语中，当名词前有多个形容词修饰时，形容词有一定的先 后顺序。下面的口诀可帮你记住这一先后顺序：限定描绘大长高→形状年龄和新老→颜 色国籍跟材料→作用类别往后靠。famous 是描绘性形容词，应放在最前面，American 指 的是国籍，放在 young 之后。 33. C。考查介词短语辨析。句意为：很遗憾，乔治今天不能和我们在一起，所以我很高 兴代表他来领奖。on behalf of 意为“代表……一方，作为……的代言人”。in honor of 为 纪念……，为庆祝……，向……致敬；regardless of 不管，不顾；for lack of 因缺乏。 34. B。考查连词。句意为：“如果我们到山里野营，应该特别注意什么？”“没有什么特 别注意的。戴上一副特制的眼镜以防那里强烈的冷风。” in case 意为“以防（万一）”， 在这里引导目的状语从句。even if 即使，引导让步状语从句；providing that 如果，假 如，在……条件下，引导条件状语从句；so long as 只要，引导条件状语从句。 35. B。考查动词辨析。句意为：我支持禁止卡车在市中心通行这一做法，因为这样将会 减少空气污染和噪音。advocate 意为“拥护，提倡，主张”，后可接动词-ing 形式作宾 语。assist 帮助，协助，援助，常用于 assist sb. in doing sth.结构；admit 承认，后可接动 词-ing 形式；oppose 反对，后可接动词-ing 形式。 第二节 完型填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 20 分） 【答案解析】 一位教练给了一个孩子一次机会，从而创造了一个奇迹。 36. B。这个故事并非来自奥运会诞生的那个国家，虽然它具有奥林匹克的特征。这个故 事来自纽约的一个小镇———Greece。 37. C。由下文可知，本文讲述的是一个男孩和一位中学篮球教练的故事。 38. D。由上文的 autistic (自闭的)以及“他五岁才说话”的事实，我们可以推断出 Jason 学 习有障碍。struggle with 斗争，抗争，符合语境。 39. A。根据后面的 only five foot six 可知他太矮了，所以不适合打篮球。 40. D。由下文的 He was the team manager, who kept statistics and handed out water bottles 可知 Jason 实际上并没有成为真正的球员，而只是做一些计分、分发水壶之类的事情。 make the team 加入团队。 41. B。虽然 Jason 并不是真正的球员，但教练很欣赏他对篮球的热情以及他对球队无私
的奉献。 42. D。 43. C。教练很感动，所以他想如果赛场上比分允许的话，他会让 Jason 打一会儿球。 44. B。bear 此处的意思是“显示，带有”。signs bearing his nickname 写着他的绰号的招 牌。 45. D。46. A。比赛还有四分钟就要结束的时候，Jason 上场了。大家欢呼着，希望他能 投篮成功。score 此处用作动词，意思是“得分”。 47. B。如果是在好莱坞电影中，Jason 很有可能在最后关头投篮成功，队员们也会把他 高高举过肩头。carry sb. off on sb.?s shoulder 将某人举过肩头。 48. A。49. A。但是，在真实的世界里，Jason 投篮未中。此处将现实与虚幻进行了对 比。take a shot 投篮。 50. D。Jason 投篮未中，他的支持者开始抱怨。missed, worried 是关键信息。 51. B。Jason 投篮未中，观众开始抱怨。此时，教练开始怀疑自己的做法是否正确。他 担心他把 Jason 置于尴尬的境地。 52. A。take a shot 投篮。 53. A。Jason 一次次地投篮。事实上，他投了十次篮。in fact 用来作进一步的解释说明。 54. C。Jason 在四分钟内得 20 分。此处选 glory 突出他的成绩非凡。 55. B。本文讲的是一位教练给了一个孩子一次机会，从而创造了一个奇迹。 第三部分：阅读理解（共 20 小题，每题 2 分，满分 40 分） A 【答案解析】 本文作者对于在印度德里旅行时交通方面提出了几点建议。 56． A。推断理解题。通读全文，我们可以看出，作者在本文中给读者提出了一些建 议，告诉读者在德里旅行时应注意的几点。因此，本文的写作目的也就是要给读者提出 建议。 57. C。细节理解题。根据第二段的最后一句，我们可以知道，在机场搭乘出租车时，应 到警察经营的摊位。 58． C。细节理解题。根据第三段的第三句，我们可以知道，作者建议乘坐人力车以获 得一种独特的体验。 59． B。推断理解题。根据第四段的最后一句，我们可以知道，为了上车后能有一个座 位，作者建议最好从起点站上车。这就意味着如果中途上车的话，就很难有座位了。 60． D。推断理解题。由本文第一段的最后一句可知，本文主要介绍关于德里交通方面
避免受骗的几个建议。因此，在所有的几个选项当中，只有 D 项与交通有关。据此，我 们可以确定后面接着讨论的最有可能是汽车租赁业务。 B 【答案解析】 本文是一篇记叙文。作者家的菜园遭到蚂蚱的破坏，天真的作者想帮助父亲除掉蚂 蚱，不想他和同伴使用的方法让父亲很生气，父亲告诫他们：不能杀生取乐，要学会仁 慈。 61. B。推理判断题。由文章第三段中提到的父亲午饭后要去花卉商店寻求帮助以及倒数 第二段中的 I looked at the insecticide he was carrying 可知，花卉商店建议父亲使用杀虫 剂。故选 B 项。 62. B。指代题。根据第二段中可知“蚂蚱毁坏了西红柿，作者的妈妈询问有没有好的办 法来驱赶它们”。故此处的 them 指代“蚂蚱”。 63. C。推理判断题。在上一段中提到作者认为父亲的言外之意是让他和乔治想办法除掉 蚂蚱，因此此句承接上文，指“我们就是那样做了”，即“我们自己想出了除掉蚂蚱的办 法”。 64. A。推理判断题。由文章第五段中的最后一句 We were laughing, but the laughter quickly turned to silence when we saw the look on my Dad’s face 以及文章最后一句 But I’m not going to enjoy it 可知父亲看到孩子们残杀蚂蚱取乐很生气。 65. C。文章出处题。本文的主题是“仁慈，与世界和谐相处”。此类题材的文章最有可能 来自《读者文摘》这样的期刊。 C 【答案解析】 一个九旬老人对生活的认识既简单又深刻，通过本文作者说明，快乐其实很简单，只要 好好珍惜每一天。 66. A。细节理解题。根据第二段第二句可知，琼斯先生虽然失明了，但他非常整洁。 67. D。推理判断题。根据第三段末句可知，琼斯先生说喜欢他的房间，而且像一个 8 岁 小孩收到一只宠物狗一样兴奋。 68. B。代词指代题。根据前面一句的内容“我是否喜欢我的房间，不取决于家具如何摆 放，而是取决于我自己怎么想”可知，此处指他已经决定喜欢那个房间了。 69. C。推理判断题。根据第五段后半部分可知，琼斯先生虽然身体不好，但他从不怨天 尤人，而是把每天都当作一个收到的礼物。他有着乐观积极的人生态度。 70. A。主旨大意题。通过第一段点明主题，以及最后一段的深化，体现出 A 项准确地概 括了文章主旨。
D 【答案解析】 使用互联网和手机的学生越来越多了。可是，科技不仅给学生们带来了便捷，也给他们 的学习带来了很多不利影响。 71. C。词义猜测题。根据第二、三两段可知，靠照搬网上资料完成家庭作业，实际上是 一种抄袭，会影响学生的独立学习能力。undermine 是“逐渐损害，削弱”的意思，故此 处可以用 weakening 来代替。 72. D。推理判断题。根据第六段第一句的 with the majority making calls from the toilets 和 第二句 The mobile phone ... the school day 可推断，限制学生在学校使用手机是很困难 的。 73. B。细节理解题。根据第七至九段可知，短信语言可能会给学生的语言技能带来不利 影响。 74. A 。主旨大意题。文章的第一段就点明了中心“高科技的使用对孩子的学习有不好的 影响”。故选 A。 75. C。观点态度题。从文章的字里行间可以看出作者对学生使用高科技产品诸如手机 之类持忧虑态度。故答案为 C。 第Ⅱ 卷（共 45 分） 第一节 阅读表达（共 5 小题；每小题 3 分，满分 15 分） 76. How to protect dogs from summer heat./ How to keep dogs cool in summer. 77. do not sweat/ don?t lose heat/ don?t cool themselves 78. Because they lack an efficient sweating system. 79. ①Brush their dogs often ②Keep their dogs in air-conditioned rooms ③ Supply enough cool and fresh water to their dogs. 80. People who own pet dogs/ Dog owners 第二节 书面表达（满分 30 分） Nowadays we are often exposed to all kinds of advertisements every day. We students are easily influenced by them. Some of us will even be taken in by them. As we all know, advertisements are the best way in which companies can advertise their products or service in front of people. The purpose of advertising is to increase sales of products. So the companies will try every possible means to persuade consumers to buy them. When we see an advertisement, we should do some researches so as to have a thorough
knowledge of it. More importantly, we should never buy a product that is of no use to us just because the advertisement claims it can make us healthier or prettier. If we take a correct attitude towards advertising, we can avoid being taken in.
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