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遵义市普通高中第四教育集团 2015 届 5 月联考试卷





本试卷分第Ⅰ卷(选择题)和第Ⅱ卷(非选择题)两部分。

第Ⅰ卷
注意事项: 1、答第Ⅰ卷前,考生务必将自己的姓名、准考证号填写在答题卡上。 2、选出每小题答案后,用 2B 铅笔把答题卡

上对应题目的答题标号涂黑。如需改动,用橡皮擦 干净后,再选涂其它答案编号。不能答在试卷上,否则无效。 第一部分(共两节,满分 40 分) 第一节 阅读理解(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 When Jake Olson isn?t playing football or golf for his high school, he?s often offering inspiration through his new book about his own life. These activities might be too much for the average 16-year-old to deal with, but Jake is blind. When people ask him how he can possibly play golf without being able to see the ball, he says he is thankful for his father?s guidance. It seems apparent that his early experience playing sports as a person with sight and muscle memory— repeating behaviors over and over until they become second nature — have also enabled Jake to hit the ball quite well. Jake was born with a rare kind of eye cancer that took away the vision from his left eye when he was a very young child and eventually his right eye, in 2009, when he was 12 years old. Rather than letting the disease hold him back, Jake used his loss of sight and his faith as sources of motivation. “If I was going to sit on the couch all day feeling sorry for myself, I wasn?t going to do anything. I decided right then and there that I wasn?t going to let it stop me and that I was going to go out and persevere (坚持不懈),” he said. It was with that mind-set that the student from Orange Lutheran High School in California was able to write his first book, Open Your Eyes: 10 Uncommon Lessons to Discover a Happier Life. “It?s about opening the readers?eyes to their true potential in life and making sure that they use all the abilities that they have,” Jake said. Jake?s father, Brian Olson, said the family is impressed with what he has done with his life, including showing people that they can get through hardships. “Your darkest hour can soon become your brightest, and with every setback, there?s a setup,” Jake said. “In every one of us, there?s more potential than we can

ever imagine, and it really is a choice.” 1. The passage is mainly talk about A. how to become a golf master B. how to become a successful writer C. how to cure the teenager?s eye disease D. how a teenager overcome many difficulties and manage to do lots of things. 2. The purpose of the book mentioned in the passage is to A. discuss good approaches to get along with disabled people B. help people come up with better life goals C. encourage people to discover and use their potential abilities D. explain different definitions of “a happier life” 3. What can we know from the passage? A. Jake lost his right eyesight in his twelfth year. B. The vision of Jake?s left eye was taken away in a traffic accident. C. He was blind in both eyes at the age of three. D. While Jake had a common eye disease, he lost his vision unluckily. 4. What made Jake play golf without being able to see it? A. His father?s encouragement. B. His experience in his teenage time. C. His early experience of playing sports and the instruction of his father. D. His desire of being a golf master. B Years ago a John Hopkins professor gave a group of graduate students this task: Go to the slums(贫民 窟) , Take 200 boys, between the ages of 12 and 16, and investigate their background and environment, then predict their chances for the future. The students, after consulting social statistics, talking to the boys, and collecting much data, concluded that 90 percent of the boys would spend some time in prison. Twenty-five years later another group of graduate students was given the job of testing the prediction. They went back to the same area. Some of the boys -- by then men -- were still there, a few had died, some had moved away, but they came into contact with 180 of the original 200. They found that only four of the group had ever been sent to prison. Why was it that these men, who had lived in a breeding place of crime, had such a surprisingly good record? The researchers were continually told, “Well, there was a teacher?” They pressed(追问)further, and found that in 75 percent of the cases it was the same woman. The researchers went to this teacher, now living in a home for retired teachers. How had she had this remarkable influence on that group of children? Could she give them any reason why these boys should have remembered her? . .

“No,” she said, “No, I really couldn?t.” And then, thinking back over the years, she said musingly (沉 思地), more to herself than to her questioners,“Iloved those boys?” 5. How many people did the students lose touch with when they test the prediction? A. 180. B. 90. C. 20. 6. According to this passage, which of the following is TRUE? A. 90 percent of the boys were sent to prison. B. Most of the boys were influenced by the teacher. C. The graduate students? prediction was proved to be right. D. The boys lived in an environment of no crime. 7. We can learn from the last paragraph that______. A. love can create miracles C. students should ask more questions 8. What would be the best title for this passage? A. An amazing teacher C. A surprising story C Don?t you just love ice skating every winter? Don?t you want to impress your friends with your new trick on how to ice skate backwards with the help of these tips. Follow the steps given below and you will be able to skate backwards in no time. Stand straight The first thing that you need to do is stand straight. If you feel that you are falling backwards, then just put your chin up and slightly bend your knees. Don?t worry; this happens to all. Maintain speed Now the next step is to maintain your speed. While rolling in a straight line with one skate, with the other try sculling(滑浆), that is, keep pushing yourself backwards with an outwards stroke(滑动). Now bring the skate which you were using to scull, and repeat the same process. Make sure that you put most of your weight on the skate which is moving straight and not the one with which you are sculling. Now, try the same thing using the other foot. Again keep doing this till you are confident enough. Increase your speed now Once you are confident that you can scull with either foot, the next thing that you have to do is increasing your speed. Try some of your own tricks now. Scull with either foot or with both at the same time. Scull and be aware While you keep one foot straight, keep sculling with the other. You can do that simultaneously with both feet. Concentrate on what you are doing but don?t see where you are doing. If you are not watching your back, you might just bang against something or someone. 9. Which is the right order of ice skating backwards? a. Increasing your speed. b. Being able to stand straight. B. The students? task D. A remarkable interview B. action speaks louder than words D. stop and think before action

D.75.

c. Trying some different tricks. A. b-d-a-c B. c-b-d-a

d. Being able to scull with one foot. C. c-b-a-d . D. b-a-d-c

10. When you learn to maintain speed, you should B. roll in a straight line with two skates

A. put most of your weight on the skate which you are sculling C. keep pushing yourself forward with an outwards stroke D. practise the process again and again 11. The underlined word “simultaneously” in last paragraph refers to “ A. on the contrary B. in the same way C. at the same time 12. What?s the purpose of this passage? A. To explain advantages of ice skating C. To introduce the history of ice skating D According to the recent survey, one in every five fish sold was caught illegally. It threatens(威胁) food security and hurts the environment. Officials are using new observational technology to fight illegal fishing. “Thank you for taking the time to join us here in Harwell (UK) in the Operations Center to what we call ?Project Eyes on the Seas.?” says Tony Long, who leads the Ending Illegal Fishing program for Pew Charitable Trusts. The group created Project Eyes on the Seas. Large three-dimensional images of a globe can be seen on a video. “It looks different from what you might expect because this globe only shows you the boats that are coming into this system from a live automated information system or AIS.” The screen shows 120,000 fishing boats have AIS. They are required to have the technology. But those who are fishing illegally often turn it off. The technology does not tell observers when that happens. Mr. Long says that permits researchers to understand exactly where the fishing boats are operating. The Pew team gives the information it gathers to port officials to help them decide if they should take action against a ship. Tony Long says he would like to be able to provide port officials all over the world with clear lists. They would inform the officials about ships to inspect, ships to bar from entrance, and ships to permit entrance for trade activities. The Pacific island nation of Palau was an early user of the technology. Palau has one of the richest fishing areas in the world. Last year, it announced a plan to ban commercial fishing in a 630,000 square kilometer area. K.B. Sakuma is a special adviser to the president of Palau. He says Palau is trying to deal with a recent increase in illegal, unsupervised(无人监管的)and unreported fishing. Mr. Sakuma hopes the information from the project will help Palau fight fishing piracy. 13. According to the passage, what is the percentage of legal fishing? A. 20%. B. 5%. C. 40%. D.80%. 14. Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage? A. When the fishermen turn off the AIS, the inspector will know the situation. B. Tony Long is in charge of the Ending Illegal Fishing program. B. To give tips on learning ice skating D. To persuade people to buy ice-skating tools ”. D. in the past

C. Only Palau has the richest fishing areas in the world. D. Palau has solved a recent increase in illegal, unsupervised and unreported fishing. 15. Where does the passage probably come from? A. Newspaper. C. An advertisement. 第二节 (共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 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。 In the traditional idea, teachers are described as a lonely role in the result of teacher-centered in class and other factors out of class. The schooling is a system, which consists of many persons. students? parents, other staff in a school, leaders or supervisors and so on. 16 17 So the teacher must be a cooperator. He or she has to cooperate with many persons, not only students but also other teachers, the The teacher can act as a cooperator with students in and out of class. Out of class, the teacher should answer students? questions and try to help them solve problems. Thus they could set up a good teacher-student relationship. In class, the teacher could be a cooperator when the students are carrying on an activity. 18 When the teacher takes part in an activity, he could encourage students to take part or 19 20 Also the teacher can't use the modern technical needs to make suggestions about how students may continue an activity when there is a silence or when they are confused about what to do next. The teacher is not a superman who knows everything and can help others who are in need at any time. The teacher is also an ordinary man first of all. teaching tools. Especially in this rapidly changing world, students in their teenage period, are easily to learn new things and learn many things that teachers are hard to accept. A. This could be changed into an active cooperator—the promoter. B. So the teacher can solve all the problems that students don?t know. C. The teacher might join in sometimes himself playing a role in a role-play for example. D. In reality, there are many questions of the student that can not be solved by the teachers. E. People must communicate with others in order to make perfect. F. The activity plays an important role in cooperation. G. Among this cooperation, the first two are very important. 第二部分:英语知识应用(共两节,满分 45 分) 第一节 完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文,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。 Perhaps as I lived in a big city, I had less chance to expose myself to wildlife. That moved to the wooded hills of Oregon many years later. For the first time, I 22 One evening, a nursing raccoon(浣熊 ) with four kids water. She 26 the next evening. And the next. 23 asking for some food. I was attracted by their cuteness, so I 25 21 when I 24 animal communities. B. Physical textbook. D. Travel magazine.

. She extended her tiny paw

put out a serving of fresh cat food and

All was well until the wildlife began behaving be arrived in the mail. Among the

27 . The raccoons stared crying noisily. They could

28 throughout the entire valley. A few days later, our homeowners association (业主协会) newsletter 29 announcements of garage sales came a gentle reminder that feeding

the wildlife was not a(n) 30 thing to do. My face became red with 31 as I read the letter. I?d been found out! I was now identified as the 32 maker! I went downstairs to discuss the matter with my husband. “I?m not 33 up with a policy about it. They must have gotten “Ok, I?m going to 35 34 ,” he said. 36 without cat food, I felt guilty. Late feeding the animals,” I said. that the association has come

Although I told myself that the wildlife around me would the hillside, was my neighbor. She was 38 two deer in the cold. Another animal 39 human impulse (冲动) to 21. A. changed 22. A. caught 23. A. shouted 24. A. as if 25. A. directly 26. A. left 27. A. politely 28. A. heard 29. A. simple 30. A. noble 31. A. embarrassment 32. A. tool 33. A. satisfied 34. A. agreements 35. A. keep 36. A. practice 37. A. deserved 38. A. washing 39. A. lover 40. A. live

that night, I walked slowly into the kitchen for a snack. Then a scene outside 37 my attention: There, on , I thought. Even well-intentioned neighborhood association can?t control our 40 with wild creatures and the natural world. C. grew C. ignored C. waited C. what if C. instantly C. returned C. stupidly C. hunted C. usual C. enjoyable C. disappointment C. policy C. surprised C. requirements C. consider C. survive C. escaped C. protecting C. owner C. play D. started D. built D. appeared D. even if D. secretly D. settled D. naturally D. recognized D. special D. suitable D. eagerness D. decision D. concerned D. expectations D. stop D. compete D. attracted D. pulling D. trainer D. connect B. happened B. met B. slept B. only if B. suddenly B. remained B. wildly B. seen B. exact B. valuable B. sadness B. trouble B. delighted B. complaints B. delay B. suffer B. avoided B. feeding B. watcher B. work

第Ⅱ卷
第二部分:英语知识应用(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。

W: Welcome to our program! Could you please introduce yourself first? M: Hello, everyone. My name is Misbah, and I?m war-torn area. W: Can you share any good memories from your childhood W: Was 43 (grow) up as a child in that area difficult? 44 , it taught me 45 (depend). 42 us? M: Well, my parents used to take us to hunt birds, climb trees, and play in the fields. M: Yes. As life was very hard, I had to work to help bring money in for the family. how to deal with problems myself. I learnt to be W: What M: 47 46 (change) would you like to make in your life? 48 we could have been safe and free. 49 late seventies. I want to give back 41 web designer. I was born and grew up in a

I could change anything in my life, I?d change it so that my childhood could have taken place

in another area

W: How is your relationship with your parents? M: My parents supported me until I was 18. Now they?re both in what I?ve got. That?s our way. But I parents now is through the phone. 第三部分: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。每句错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。 删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。 修改:在错的词下画一横线,并在该词的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。 I am enthusiastic and fun-loving student. My favorite subject is English. I am pretty fluent with English, and my teachers say my style and presentation is good. My first love is writing, and I have been writing for some magazine for about three years. Mostly I like to write about things those are happening in the school, like sports events, trips to places of interest, and tips on how to study effective. Seen my words in print makes me extremely proud. I also enjoyed communicating with other people to find out what do they think. I am always interested in what others are concerning about, from student worries, local news, to world events. 第二节 书面表达(满分 25 分) 假如你是李华,你从报纸上得知最近尼泊尔 (Nepal)发生了 8.1 级地震, 现正在中国招募志愿者。 你很想成为一名志愿者,准备给志愿者招募组委会写一封申请信介绍你自己的情况。具体内容包括 以下几个方面: 1. 个人情况: 年龄、性别 、职业; 2. 优势: 医务工作者 、吃苦耐劳 、 乐于助人; 3. 有过相关救助经验,承诺竭尽全力帮助灾区人民。 50 (work) in another city now, so my only contact with my

注意: 1. 词数 100 左右; 2. 不要逐句翻译,可以适当增加细节,使行文连贯; 3. 开头已为你写好,不计入总词数。 Dear Sir or Madam, I learnt the ads from the newspaper that a big earthquake happened in Nepal

2015 年 5 月遵义市第四教育集团联合模拟考试
英语试题参考答案 阅读理解: 1~4 DCAC 5~8 CBAA 9~12 ADCB 13~15 DBA 16~20 EGCAD 完型填空: 21~25 ABDAC 26~30 CBACD 31~35 ABCBD 36~40 CDBAD 语法填空: 41. a 42. with 43. growing 44. However 45. independent 46. changes 47. If 48. where 49. their 50. am working 短文改错: I am ∧ enthusiastic and fun-loving student. My favorite subject is English. I am pretty fluent an with English, and my teachers say my style and presentation is good. My first love is writing, and in magazines those are happening in the school, like sports events, trips to places of interest, and tips on how to which/that study effective. Seen my words in print makes me extremely proud. I also enjoyed effectively Seeing enjoy communicating with other people to find out what do they think. I am always interested in what others are concerning about, from student worries, local news, to world events. concerned 书面表达参考范文: Dear Sir or Madam, I learn the ads from the newspaper that a big earthquake happened in Nepal and that some volunteers are needed. I hope I can have a chance to do something for people in the earthquake-stricken. I am a 30-year-old man doctor who is working in a hospital . I always work hard to help those who are suffering from diseases , so I eagerly want to participate in the rescue work where I will make full use of my are I have been writing for some magazine for about three years. Mostly I like to write about things

professional knowledge to help those injured people. I have had some experience about being a volunteer in the earthquake-stricken. I will do whatever I can to help and encourage those who are disabled to build up confidence. Thank you for considering my application. I hope I can be chosen to be one of the volunteers. Yours faithfully, Li Hua



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