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高考英语模拟试题

第一卷(两部分,共 90 分)

第一部分:英语知识运用 (共两节,满分 40 分) 第一节:单项填空(共 10 小题;每小题 1 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,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 1. ---This is my treat and next is yours

. How’s that? --- OK. _______. A. It doesn’t matter B. It depends C. No way D. It’s a deal

2. Each of the 400 employees received from their boss ___ gift — ―Who moved my cheese?‖— _____ best seller in the US, which made them understood how to deal with changes in their lives and work.. A. a, the B. 不填,a C. a, a D. the, 不填

3. How many of us ________, say, a meeting that is not important to us would be interested in the discussion? A. attended B. had attended C. attending D. have attended

4. Mother was so angry at all _______ I was doing _______ she walked out. A. that; that B. what; that C. what; as D. that; which

5. Although he likes singing very much, he is _____ but a good singer. A. anything B. something C. nothing D. everything

6. This kind of glasses made in Shanghai _____ well and comfortably, because of the lightweight and durable frames. A. is worn B. wears C. wear D. are worn

7. We were stuck on the way to the scenic spot, otherwise we ______ lots of fun there. A. had had B. have had C. could have had D. could have

8. When deeply lost in writing, ______ she often was, she would lock herself alone in the study. A. that B. which C. where D. when

9. The air quality of Chengdu at present is as poor as _____ of some western countries in the 1950s. A. the one B. that C. one D. it

10. The applicants are free to choose ______ suits them best from the courses provided by the center. A. whatever B. whenever C. whichever D. wherever

第二节:完形填空(共 20 小题,每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从 11-30 各题所给的四个选项(A,B,C 和 D)中,选出一个最 佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 Sometimes we have to wonder where all the good news has gone. Turn on the TV or check the news online and it seems to be one 11 after another.

12

when we do get a glimpse of

13 14

news, it attracts our eyes right up. Like just and how they prepare delicious meals. I

recently, there was a science article online about went right for it. I was really short break from the 16 15

about what was happening out there in the ocean. It was a

news which we really don't want to know about. 17 articles, the media sometimes give us a glimpse of what I

In an attempt to write more

call, almost news. Like a recent articles about finding a woman they think might be 128 years old. That's kind of just printed that 18 20 . But they didn't wait to find out if it was 19 news first. Instead, they

news story. It's still a nice break. And if the woman actually is 128 years 21 she did it. Wouldn't it be great if she grew so

old, I'd like to see a follow-up article on 22

from eating ice cream, potato chips and dip? While it's true that sensationalism (追求轰动效应) 23 stories, we need frequent breaks 24 and it's

from all that negative reality. There's another form of reporting that's extremely neither positive nor negative. It’s 25 news. A possible problem is 26

, such as a volcano

in Alaska that's expected to erupt. Scientists at the volcano center in Alaska had been monitoring a series of 27 under the volcano. The residents, being warned as a good news report will do, 28 food and water in

were buying up breathing masks and air filters for their homes. They're

case they need to hunker (蹲下) down in the house for a few days while volcanic ash falls and settles and even the earthquakes follow. News like that serves a great 29 : giving people time to prepare for a disaster on the way so 30 themselves and their kids. D. joke D. Otherwise D. sad D. birds D. curious D. average D. interesting D. exciting D. real D. comfortable D. how D. wise D. benefits

they have a chance to do whatever is necessary to 11. A. story 12. A. So 13. A. sudden 14. A. tigers 15. A. sorry 16. A. normal 17. A. positive 18. A. cool 19. A. attractive 20. A. moving 21. A. what 22. A. young 23. A. develops B. disaster B. But B. shocking B. dolphins B. happy B. common B. valuable B. strange B. realistic B. impressive B. where B. old B. helps

C. comedy C. Still C. good C. monkeys C. upset C. usual C. scary C. bad C. reasonable C. maybe C. why C. strong C. sells

24. A. great 25. A. daily 26. A. coming up 27. A. collapse 28. A. giving away 29. A. idea 30. A. protect

B. useful B. warning B. coming over B. fire B. taking away B. model B. educate

C. alarming C. political C. coming back C. flood C. storing up C. lesson C. persuade

D. normal D. scientific D. come down D. earthquakes D. using up D. purpose D. encourage

第二部分:阅读理解 (共 20 小题.每小题 2 分,满分 40 分) 第一节:阅读下列短文, 从每小题所给的四个选项(A,B,C 和 D)中选出最佳选项,并在答题卡 上将该项涂黑。 A Every year thousands of tourists visit Pompeii, Italy. They see the sights that Pompeii is famous for—its stadium and theatres, its shops and restaurants. The tourists do not, however, see Pompeii’s people. They do not see them because Pompeii has no people. No one has lived in Pompeii for almost 2000 years. Once, Pompeii was a busy city of 22000 people. It lay at the foot of Mount Vesuvius, a grass-covered volcano. Mount Vesuvius had not erupted for centuries, so the people of Pompeii felt safe. But they were not. In August of AD 79, Mount Vesuvius erupted. The entire top of the mountain exploded, and a huge black cloud rose into the air. Soon stones and hot ash began to fall on Pompeii. When the eruption ended two days later, Pompeii was buried under 20 feet of stones and ashes. Almost all of its people were dead. For centuries, Pompeii lay buried under stone and ash. Then, in the year 1861, an Italian scientist named Ginseppe began to uncover Pompeii. Slowly, carefully, Ginseppe and his men dug. The city looked almost the same as it had looked in AD 79. There were streets and fountains, houses and shops. There was a stadium with 20000 seats. Perhaps the most important of all, there were everyday objects, which tell us a great deal about the people who lived in Pompeii. Many glasses and jars had some dark blue colour in the bottom, so we know that the people of Pompeii liked wine. They liked bread, too; metal bread pans were in every bakery. In one bakery there were 81 round, flat loaves of bread - a type of bread that is still sold in Italy today. Tiny boxes filled with a dark, shiny powder tell us that women liked to wear eye-makeup. Ginseppe has died, but his work continues. One-fourth has not been uncovered yet. Scientists are still digging, still making discoveries that draw the tourists to Pompeii.

31. Why do large numbers of people come to Pompeii each year? A. To visit the volcano. C. To watch sports and plays. B. To shop and eat there. D. To see how Pompeiians lived.

32. Why had so many Pompeiians remained by volcanic Mount Vesuvius? A. The city nearby offered all kinds of fun. C. Few people expected the volcano to erupt again. D. The mountain was beautiful and covered with grass. 33. Why did the city uncovered look almost the same as it had looked in AD 79? A. Because Ginseppe and his men dug it slowly and carefully. B. Because the city was buried alive and remained untouched. C. Because scientists successfully rebuilt the city with everyday objects. D. Because nobody had lived in the city ever since the volcano erupted. 34. What do we know about the Pompeiians who lived 2000 years ago? A. They lived more or less the same as Italians now do. B. They liked women wearing all kinds of makeup. C. They enjoyed a lazy life with drinking and eating. D. They went back to Pompeii after the eruption in AD 79. B Olaf Stapledon wrote a book called First and Last Men, in which he looked millions of years ahead. He told of different men and of strange civilizations(文明), broken up by long ―dark ages‖ in between. In his view, what is called the present time is no more than a moment in human history and we are just the First Men. In 2,000 million years from now there will be the Eighteenth or Last Men. However, most of our ideas about the future are really very short-sighted. Perhaps we can see some possibilities for the next fifty years. But the next hundred? The next thousand? The next million? That’s much more difficult. When men and women lived by hunting 50,000 years ago, how could they even begin to picture modern life? Yet to men of 50,000 years from now, we may seem as primitive in our ideas as the Stone-Age hunters do to us. Perhaps they will spend their days gollocking to make new spundels, or struggling with their ballalators through the cribe. These words, which I have just made up, have to stand for things and ideas that we simply can’t think of. So why bother even to try imagining life far in the future? Here are two reasons. First, unless we remember how short our own lives are compared with the whole human history, we are likely to think our own interests are much more important than they really are. If we make the earth a poor place to B. The area produced the finest wine in Italy.

live because we are careless or greedy(贪婪) or quarrelsome, our grandchildren will not bother to think of excuses for us. Second, by trying to escape from present interests and imagine life far in the future, we may arrive at quite fresh ideas that we can use ourselves. For example, if we imagine that in the future men may give up farming, we can think of trying it now. So set you imagination free when you think about the future. 35. A particular mention made of Stapledon’s book in the opening paragraph ________. A. serves as a description of human history C. shows a disagreement of views B. serves an introduction to the discussion D. shows the popularity of the book

36. The text discusses men and women 50,000 years ago and 50,000 years from now in order to show that ______. A. human history is extremely long C. it is useless to plan for the next 50 years B. life has changed a great deal D. it is difficult to tell what will happen in the future

37. Spundels and ballalators are used in the text to refer to ________. A. tools used in farming C. unknown things in the future B. ideas about modern life D. hunting skills in the Stone Age

38. According to the writer of the text, imagining the future will ________. A. serve the interests of the present and future generations B. enable us to better understand human history C. help us to improve farming D. make life worth living C The easy way out isn’t always easiest. I learned that lesson when I decided to treat Doug, my husband of one month, to a special meal. I glanced through my cook book and chose a menu which included homemade bread. Knowing the bread would take time. I started on it as soon as Doug left for work. As I was not experienced in cooking, I thought if a dozen was good, two dozen would be better, so I doubled everything. As Doug loved oranges, I also opened a can of orange and poured it all into the bowl. Soon there was a sticky dough covered with ugly yellowish marks. Realizing I had been defeated, I put the dough in the rubbish bin outside so I wouldn’t have to face Doug laughing at my work. I went on preparing the rest of the meal, and, when Doug got home, we sat down to Cornish chicken with rice. He tried to enjoy the meal but seemed disturbed. Twice he got up and went outside, saying he thought he heard a noise. The third time he left, I went to the windows to see what he was doing. Looking out, I saw Doug standing about three feet from the rubbish bin, holding the lid up with a stick and looking into the container. When I came out of the house, he dropped the stick and

explained that there was something alive in out rubbish bin. Picking up the stick again, he held the lid up enough for me to see. I felt cold. But I stepped closer and looked harder. Without doubt it was my work. The hot sun had caused the dough to double in size and the fermenting yeast (酵母) made the surface shake and sigh as though it were breathing. I had to admit what the living thing was and why it was there. I don’t know who was more embarrassed by the whole thing—Doug or me. 39. The writer’s purpose in writing this story is ________. A. to tell an interesting experience B. to show the easiest way out of a difficulty

C. to describe the trouble facing a newly married woman D. t o explain the difficulty of learning to cook from books 40. Why did the woman’s attempt at making the bread turn out to be unsuccessful? Because __________ A. the canned orange had gone bad. C. the cookbook was hard to understand. B. she didn’t use the right kind of flour. D. she did not follow the directions closely.

41. Why did the woman put the dough in the rubbish bin? Because _________ A. she didn’t see the use of keeping it. C. she didn’t want her husband to see it. B. she meant to joke with her husband. D. she hoped it would soon dry in the sun.

42. What made the dough in the bin looks frightening? A. The rising and falling movement. C. Its shape. B. The strange-looking marks. D. Its size.

43. When Doug went out the third time, the woman looked out of the window because she was ________. A. surprised at his being interested in the bin C. unhappy that he didn’t enjoy the meal D New York, 10 November 5:27 pm, yesterday. Biggest power failure in the city’s history. Thousands of people got stuck in lifts. Martin Saltzman spent three hours between the 21st and 22nd floors of the Empire State Building. ―There were twelve of us. But no one panicked. We passed the time telling stories and playing word games. One man wanted to smoke but we didn’t let him. Firemen finally got us out.‖ ―It was the best night we’ve ever had,‖ said Angela Carraro, who runs an Italian restaurant on the 42nd floor. ―We had lots of candles on the tables and the waiters were carrying candles on their trays. The place was full and all night, in fact, for after we had closed, we let the people stay on and spend the night here.‖ B. afraid that he would discover her secret D. curious to know what disturbed him

The zoos had their problems like everyone else. Keepers worked through the night. They used blankets to keep flying squirrels and small monkeys warm. While zoos had problems keeping warm, supermarkets had problems keeping cool. ―All of our ice cream and frozen foods melted,‖ said the manager of a store in downtown Manhattan. ―They were worth $50,000.‖ The big electric clock in the lobby (大厅) of the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in downtown Manhattan started ticking again at 5:25 this morning. It was almost on time. 44. Throughout the period of darkness, Martin Saltzman and the eleven others were ________. A. nervous B. excited C. calm D. frightened

45. In what way was the night of November 9 the best night for Angela Carraro? A. She had a taste of adventure. C. Business was better than usual. 46. How long did the power failure last? A. Nearly 12 hours. B. More than 12 hours. E When I was a boy, I belonged to the Boy Scouts so I used to go camping every summer, and once something happened which I have never been able to explain. We were camping in a place above a river. After arriving, we all rushed down to the river and had a swim. Standing by the river, we noticed that it was surrounded by cliffs. If someone wanted to reach the river at this point, he had to walk past our camp. Several days later, the scoutmaster had to be away for a day. That afternoon, we had supper early. We were sitting round the fire, eating and talking, when a man walked past and went down towards the river. We all felt that this man looked very strange, but, because each of us was afraid of looking very stupid, no one said anything. We ate rather slowly, taking as long as possible. After finishing, we collected our plates together so that we could take them to the river where we always washed them. But no one moved towards the river. We stood looking at each other ashamed. Then all shouting at once, we began talking about the man who had walked past us. We agreed how strange he looked and we wondered what he could be doing by the river. We knew that he could only return by passing through our camp. An hour passed. Then one of the boys suggested we should creep(悄悄移动) down by the river so that we could see what the man was doing. Moving very slowly and keeping in the shadow, we crept down towards the bank. One boy climbed a tree so that he could see everything clearly. He called to us that there was no one there, so we ran down to the bank, looking everywhere carefully. We could not understand where the man had gone. C. Nearly 24 hours. D. More than 24 hours. B. Burning candles brightened the place. D. Many people stayed the night in her restaurant.

When it got dark, we went back to our camp feeling bewildered. We told the scoutmaster what had happened in the evening. Smiling, he doubted that we had seen the man, but finally suggested we go and look again. We did, but there was no one there. Many years have passed, but I still remember it as if it were yesterday. What did we see? I do not know. 47. The writer in the text mainly tells us _________. A. the story of his childhood C. about a stranger by the river B. a strange camping experience D. about a good place for camping

48. Why did the boys eat their supper slowly? A. They wanted to delay going to the river bank. C. They had a supper earlier than usual. B. They were sitting for their scoutmaster. D. They were taking while eating.

49. The word ―Bewildered‖ in the text probably means _________. A. ashamed C. unable to understand B. nervous D. eager to know something

50. The writer still remembers the event because ________. A. the boys acted foolishly C. there has been no explanation for the event B. the camping place is beautiful D. he particularly enjoyed his camping that summer.

第二节:补全对话:根据对话内容,从对话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。 John: ___________51_______________ Kate: What is it, John? You will ask for a leave from Professor Smith‖ again? John: No, no. My cousin is coming on Thursday and I promised my aunt to look after her. On Friday, I must be on duty at the library all day. _________52___________. Kate: OK. I am free on Friday. What kind of things does she like to do? John: She probably enjoy anything on campus. You may show her around on our campus. Kate: __________53______________ John: I think there are no other things than painting that can make my cousin happy. You know she

wants to apply for the arts as her major in university. Kate : That’s so great. I may find a friend with the same hobby. And I know that an exhibition is being held on the arts department on campus. John: _______54_________ I’ll drop her off at your place on the way to work, around eleven. Kate: Sounds good. Meantime I’ll keep Saturday open. John: I hope this works out. I feel kind of responsible. And I want her to have a good time. Kate: _____________55__________________ John: No problem.

A. How about the time schedule? B. Is she interested in the painting exhibition? C. Do you have any idea what the schedule is like? D. What can I do for you? E. Anyway I really appreciate your help. F. Could you do me a favor? G. And I am wondering if you can show her around that day.

第三部分: 写作(共两节,满 45 分) 第一节:阅读表达(共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,共 10 分) 阅读下面短文,并按照题目要求用英语问答问题(请注意问题后词数要求) 。 The British summer is extremely beautiful. Trees, flowers, birds and butterflies make the whole country like a big garden. However, many British people have noticed that butterflies have been gradually disappearing from this picturesque scenery during the past several years. What has happened to them? Butterfly Conservation, a charity in the UK, is running a survey to help answer this question. The result is more serious than people expected. According to the survey, among 59 butterfly species found in Britain, more than three quarters of them are suffering a declining population, including the most popular ones. What’s more, half of all butterfly species are in the danger of dying out. Some common species such as the small Tortoiseshell butterfly and the Wall butterfly are dropping dramatically. The latter cannot even be seen in many parts of central and southern England. The Blue butterfly was commonly seen in the south. However, it has started colonizing(迁徙至)Edinburgh in the past few years. The numbers of butterflies have dropped to a record low in the past three years largely because the

summer in the UK is getting cooler and their habitat is also worsening. Fortunately Britain is experiencing a long hot summer this year compared to the last few summers. Conservationists believe the warm weather will bring some benefit to the butterflies. Sir David Attenborough, president of Butterfly Conservation, said: ―Large quantities of butterflies tell us that all is well with nature. When they decline it’s a warning that other wildlife will be soon heading the same.‖ The survey is still going on. The public are also encouraged to keep track of the UK’s butterfly population. The organizers hope the survey will help raise public awareness of the value of butterflies in the UK. Butterflies give an indication of the well-being of nature and the environment. 1. What has happened to butterflies in Britain? (no more than 10 words) _________________________________________________________________________ 2. What does the underlined word ―them‖ (line 3, paragraph 2) probably refer to? (no more than 4 words) _________________________________________________________________________ 3. List two reasons for butterflies’ reduction in number. ① __________________________________(no more than 5 words) ② __________________________________(no more than 5 words) 4. With the decline of butterflies, what might occur to the other species in the wild? (no more than 4 words) ___________________________________________________________________________ 5. Why are the public encouraged to keep track of the UK’s butterfly population? (no more than 15 words) __________________________________________________________________________ 第二节:短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 15 分) 文中共有十处错误,每句最多有两处错误,每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。 删除:该行多一个词:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。 增加:该行缺一个词:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(^) ,在其下面写出该加的词。 修改:该行错一个词:在错的词下划一横线,在该词下面写出改正后的词。 注意:原行没有错的不要改。 Last Saturday, our school had organized all of the Senior 1 students to visit the children at a local orphanage. We took many books that was popular among children, as well as many kinds of school supplies and toys, to children. They were delighted to receive these gift. We played some games together and give performances. Before leave the orphanage we took photos with them and gave them

our contact details but we could keep in touch with one another. That day, each one of us had an enjoyable time. We gave the children their care and help; for return, they gave us their smiles and love. These voluntary activities made a deeply impression on us.

第三节:书面表达 (满分 35 分) 假如你是成都某中学高三(1)班的李华,今年即将高中毕业。请根据以下要点给学校英文报 写一篇英语短文,谈谈你对高三生活的看法,要点包括: 1)对获得的帮助表示感谢; 2)消除与同学之间的误会; 3)努力学习,实现人生梦想; 4)对学弟、学妹的建议。 注意:1)可适当加入细节,以使行文连贯; 2)词数:100 左右(开头已给出,不计入总词数) 。

High school is regarded as the best time in a person's life. As a senior 3 student, it won't take long before I graduate.____________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________

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2014 届第 10 次高考英语模拟试题参考答案 单项选择:1-5 DCCAA 6-10 BCBBC 完形填空:11-30 BACBD CAADC DBCBB ADCDA 阅读理解:31-34 DCBA 35-38 BDCA 39-43 ADCAD 44-46 CCA 47-50 BACC 补全对话:51–- 55 FGBAE 阅读表达 1. The number of butterflies is falling gradually. / Butterflies are suffering a declining population. /Butterflies have been disappearing gradually. 2. The 59 butterfly species. 3. ① The summer is getting cooler; ② The habitat is worsening. 4. Disappearing gradually./Decline in number./Reduction in number. 5. Because butterflies are valuable and can indicate the well-being of nature and the environment. 短文改错: Last Saturday, our school had organized all of the Senior 1 students to visit

the children at a local orphanage. We took many books that was popular among were children, as well as many kinds of school supplies and toys, to ∧ children. They the were d eligh ted to re ce ive the se g ift. We p layed so me g ames together an d g ive gifts gave

p erfo rman ces. B e fo re le a ve th e o rph a n ag e we to o k p h o tos with th em an d g ave leaving them our contact details but we could keep in touch with one another. so That day, each one of us had an enjoyable time. We gave the children their our care and h elp ; fo r re tu rn, th e y g a ve u s their smiles an d lo ve. Th ese vo lun tary in activities made a deeply impression on us. deep 书面表达

A possible version: High school is regarded as the best time in a person’s life. As a senior three student, it won’t take long before I graduate. Now, I have much to share with my fellow students. Firstly, I would like to show my appreciation to those giving help to me all the way these years, my parents, teachers and friends included. Without their support and advice, my life would be quite different. Secondly, it’s high time to say sorry to those classmates I once hurt or misunderstood. I hope our further communication and smiles can act as bridges to better friendship. Above all, I’ve made up my mind to make every effort to study, for I believe hard work is the key to success. Just as the old saying goes, "no pains, no gains." Finally, I hope that all the younger fellows can make full use of time, because time and tide wait for no man.


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