吉林省实验中学 2014 届高三年级第一次模拟
英 语 试 题
本试卷分第 I 卷(选择题)和第 II 卷(非选择题)两部分,共 150 分,考试时间 120 分钟. 第I卷 第一部分：听力（共两节，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. How far is the shopping center from here? A. So far away that he must take a bus. B. So far away that he must take a taxi. C. Within walking distance. 2. Where does this dialogue take place? A. In a hotel. B. At a concert hall. C. In a meeting room. 3. Where does this dialogue take place? A. In a restaurant. B. At the woman?s home. C. At the man?s home. 4. What probably happens to the man? A. He goes to work as usual. B. He is ill in bed. C. He fails the exam and doesn?t feel well. 5. What?s the result of the dialogue? A. The two speakers will go to watch the match together. B. The woman speaker will go to watch the match. C. The man speaker will go to watch the match. 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，并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前，你将有时间阅读各个小题，每小题 5 秒钟； 听完后，各小题将给出 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 至 7 题。 6. Where are they most probably talking? A. At a hotel. B. At the boy?s home. C. In the dining hall of a university. 7. What can you learn about the boy and Tina? A. They are classmates.
B. They are good friends. C. They are Korean. 听第 7 段材料，回答第 8 至 10 题。 8. What does the woman want to do? A. Buy a ticket. B. Book a train ticket. C. Book a flight ticket. 9. When will the woman go to New York? A. This Friday. B. Next Friday. 10. When should the woman check in? A. 7:30. B. 8:15. 听第 8 段材料，回答第 11 至 13 题。 11. When is Lily?s birthday? A. The day after tomorrow. B. The same day they talked. C. The day after they talked. 12. What will the two speakers buy for her? A. Some flowers. B. A purse. 13. Who will send her lots of flowers? A. Mike. B. Lily. 听第 9 段材料，回答第 14 至 16 题。 14. What will the woman do tomorrow? A. Attend an important meeting. B. Take her mother to the hospital. C. Go to work. 15. What is the relationship between the two speakers? A. Boss and employee. B. Colleagues. 16. When will the woman go back to work? A. Tomorrow. B. Next week. C. The day after tomorrow. 听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. What kind of work did the man do？ A. A cook. B. A cap maker. 18. What did the man find when he woke up? A. He couldn?t find his caps. B. He couldn?t find his money. C. He found nothing. 19. Who had taken the caps? A. The dogs. B. The farmers. 20. How did the man manage to get back all his caps? A. He threw his cap on the ground.
C. Not mentioned. C. 8:00.
C. A box of chocolate. C. Bill.
C. Close friends.
C. A shoe maker.
C. The monkeys.
B. He threw his cap on the air. C. He threw his cap to the monkeys. 第二部分：英语知识运用（共两节，满分 45 分） 第一节：语法和词汇知识 ( 共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 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。 阅读下面短文，掌握其大意， 然后从各题所给的四个选项中，选出最佳选项。 21. --- Would you mind giving your advice on how to improve our efficiency? --- If you make most of forty-five minutes classes day after day, there will be _______ switch in grades. A. /; / B. the ; a C. /; a D. the; / 22. --- Lydia, what did our headteacher say just now? --- Every boy and every girl as well as the teachers who to lead the group asked to be at the school gate before 6:30 in the morning. A. is; is B. are; are C. are; is D. is; are 23. The results of the medical checkup suggested that my father in poor health, so the doctor suggested that he smoking and take more exercise. A. was; gave up B. be; should give up C. should be; gave up D. was; give up 24. There a lack of money, we had to put off building this special school. A. was B. is C. be D. being 25. ---Where did you find our chemistry teacher? ---It was in the lab he was doing his experiment. A. that B. where C. which D. in which 26. Is the school you visited last week large ? A. that B. where C. in which D. the one 27. Mum likes this old house in downtown better than the huge one in the country, but it costs almost . A. twice as much B. twice as many C. twice so much D. twice so many 28. Do you think that bridge 2000 meters long? It doesn?t appear ______long. A. measures; that B. is measured; so C. is measured; such D. measures; much 29. you eat the correct food be able to keep fit and stay healthy. A. Unless; will you B. Only if; you will C. Only if; will you D. Unless; you will 30. ---He found a baby in his car when he came back from the supermarket. And was crying for some milk. --- When was ? --was in 2000 when he was still in college. A. it; that; This B. he; this; It C. she; it; This D. it; that; It 31. She volleyball regularly for many years when she was young.
A. was playing B. played C. has played D. had played 32. The 3G cellphone must be of great use and convenience to wants to get the information through the Internet quickly. A. which B. whomever C. whichever D. whoever 33. in her most beautiful skirt, the girl tried to make herself at the party. A. Dressed; noticing B. dressing; noticed C. dressed; noticed D. Dressing; being noticed 34. ---I have tried very hard to find a solution to the problem, but in vain. ---Why not consult with Frank? You see, . A. great minds think alike B. two heads are better than one C. a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush. D. it?s better to think twice before doing something 35. She is working hard all day long, which will surely her success in the College Entrance Examination next June. A. result from B. contribute to C. benefit from D. stick to 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， 然后从各题所给的四个选项中，选出最佳选项。 My father brought home a sailboat when I was ten, and almost each Sunday in summers we would go sailing. Dad was quite skilled in sailing, but not good at 36 . As for me, I 37 both before twelve because of living close to Lake Ontario. The last time Dad and I set sail together is really 38 . It was a perfect weekend after I graduated from university. I came home and 39 Dad to go sailing. Out we set soon on the 40 lake. Dad hadn?t sailed for years, but everything 41 well with the tiller（舵柄）in his hands. When we were in the middle of the lake, a 42 wind came all of a sudden. The boat was hit 43 . Dad was always at his best in any 44 , but at this moment he 45 . “John! 46 !” he shouted in a trembling voice, with the tiller still in his hands. In my memory he could fix any 47 . He was the one I always 48 for strength and security. Before I could respond, a 49 of water got into the boat. I rushed to the tiller 50 it was too late. Another huge wall of water 51 the boat in a minute. We were thrown into the water, and Dad was struggling aimlessly. At that moment, I felt fiercely 52 of him. I swam to Dad 53 and assisted him in climbing onto the hull （船壳） of the boat. Upon sitting on the hull, Dad was a little awkward about his flash of 54 . “It?s all right, Dad. We are safe now,” I comforted him. That was the first time Dad had counted on me in a moment of emergency. More importantly, I found it was my turn to start 55 for my father. 36. A. boating B. running C. swimming D. teaching 37. A. enjoyed B. desired C. hated D. learned 38. A. unforgivable B. unforgettable C. cheerful D. regretful 39. A. sent B. ordered C. invited D. allowed 40. A. calm B. icy C. stormy D. thundery
41. A. finished B. went 42. A. strong B. gentle 43. A. repeatedly B. lightly 44. A. danger B. place 45. A. suffered B. fell 46. A. look B. Help 47. A. problem B. relationship 48. A. turned to B. lived with 49. A. fountain B. stream 50. A. if B. for 51. A. got through B. poured into 52. A. ashamed B. protective 53. A. hopelessly B. quickly 54. A. pain B. anger 55. A. making up B. getting ready
C. seemed D. sounded C. cold D. hot C. hardly D. violently C. sport D. job C. froze D. withdrew C. Run D. Jump C. machine D. boat C. argued with D. objected to C. shower D. wave C. after D. but C. turned over D. lifted up C. tired D. afraid C. slowly D. helplessly C. fear D. shame C. paying off D. looking out
第三部分： 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，掌握其大意， 然后从各题所给的四个选项中，选出最佳选项。 A The Board Meeting had come to an end. Bob started to stand up and knocked into the table, spilling his coffee over his notes. “How embarrassing! I am getting so clumsy in my old age.” Everyone had a good laugh, and soon we were all telling stories of our most embarrassing moments. It came around to Frank who sat quietly listening to the others. Someone said, “Come on, Frank. Tell us your most embarrassing moment.” Frank laughed and began to tell us of his childhood. “I grew up in San Pedro. My Dad was a fisherman, and he loved the sea. He had his own boat, but it was hard making a living on the sea. He worked hard and would stay out until he caught enough to feed the family. Not just enough for our family, but also for his Mom and Dad and the other kids that were still at home.” He looked at us and said, “I wish you could have met my Dad. He was a big man, and he was strong from pulling the nets and fighting the seas for his catch. When you got close to him, he smelled like the ocean. He would wear his old canvas, foul-weather coat and his bibbed overalls. His rain hat would be pulled down over his brow. No matter how much my mother washed them, they would still smell of the sea and of fish.” Frank?s voice dropped a bit. “When the weather was bad he would drive me to school. He had this old truck that he used in his fishing business. That truck was older than he was. It would wheeze and rattle down the road. You could hear it coming for blocks. As he would drive toward the school, I would shrink (畏缩) down into the seat hoping to disappear. Half the time, he would slam to a stop and the old truck would belch (喷出) a cloud of smoke. He would pull right up in front, and it seemed like everybody would be standing around and watching. Then he would lean over and give me a big kiss on the cheek and tell me to be a good boy. It was so embarrassing for me. Here, I was twelve years old, and my Dad would lean over and kiss me
goodbye!” He paused and then went on, “I remember the day I decided I was too old for a goodbye kiss. When we got to the school and came to a stop, he had his usual big smile. He started to lean toward me, but I put my hand up and said, “No, Dad.” It was the first time I had ever talked to him that way, and he had this surprised look on his face. I said, “Dad, I?m too old for a goodbye kiss. I?m too old for any kind of kiss.” My Dad looked at me for the longest time, and his eyes started to tear up. Then he turned and looked out the windshield. “ You?re right,” he said. “ You are a big boy....a man. I won?t kiss you anymore.” Frank got a funny look on his face, and the tears began to well up in his eyes, as he spoke. “It wasn?t long after that when my Dad went to sea and never came back. It was a day when most of the fleet (船队) stayed in, but not Dad. He had a big family to feed. They found his boat adrift with its nets half in and half out. He must have gotten into a strong wind and was trying to save the nets and the floats.” I looked at Frank and saw that tears were running down his cheeks. Frank spoke again. “Guys, you don?t know what I would give to have my Dad give me just one more kiss on the cheek…to feel his rough old face… to smell the ocean on him… to feel his arm around my neck. I wish I had been a man then. If I h ad been a man, I would never have told my Dad I was too old for a goodbye kiss.” 56. When his father drove him to the school, Frank would shrink down into the seat hoping to disappear because ________. A. he was ashamed of his father?s old truck B. he thought he was old enough to go to school alone C. he didn?t want his schoolmates to see his father D. he hated the way his schoolmates stared at his father 57. In Frank?s eyes, when his father said “You are a big boy… a man.”, he probably felt ________. A. disappointed B. hurt C. excited D. proud 58. According to the story we can conclude that Frank?s father ________. A. was quite confident in his skills in fishing B. loved his children but hardly expressed it C. seldom gave up faced with challenges D. was full of devotion to his family 59. Which of the following may be the best title for this passage? A. The Smell of the Ocean B. We All Need Love C. A Goodbye Kiss D. Father?s Embarrassment B “A good book for children should simply be a good book in its own right” says Mollie Hunter. Born and brought up near Edinburgh， Mollie has devoted her talents to writing primarily for young people. She firmly believes that there is and should always be a wider audience for any good book whatever its main market is. In Mollie?s opinion it is necessary to make full use of language and she enjoys telling a story，which is what every writer should be doing. “If you aren?t telling a story, you?re a very dead writer indeed.” She says. With the chief function of a writer being to entertain，Mollie is indeed an entertainer. “I have this great love of not only the meaning of language but of the music of language,” she says. “This love goes back to early childhood. I had a school teacher who used to ask us what we would like to be when we grew up and， because my family always had dogs，and I was very good at handling them，I said I wanted to work with dogs，and the teacher always said ?Nonsense，Mollie；dear，you?ll be a writer.? So finally I thought that
this woman must have something，since she was a good teacher and I decided when I was nine that I would be a writer.” This childhood intention is described in her novel，A Sound of Chariots，which although written in the third person is clearly autobiographical (自传体的) and gives a picture both of Mollie?s ambition and her struggle towards its achievement. Thoughts of her childhood inevitably (不可避免地) brought thoughts of the time when her home was still a village with buttercup meadows and strawberry fields—sadly now covered with modern houses. “I was once taken back to see it and I felt that somebody had lain dirty hands all over my childhood. I?ll never go back，”she said “Never. When I set one of my books in Scotland” she said “I can recall my romantic feelings as a child playing in those fields，or watching the village blacksmith at work. And that?s important because children now know so much so early that romance can?t exist for them, as it did for us.” 60. What does Mollie Hunter feel about the nature of a good book? A．It should not aim at a narrow audience. B．It should be attractive to young readers. C．It should be based on original ideas. D．It should not include too much conversation. 61. In Mollie Hunter?s opinion，which of the following is one sign of a poor writer? A．Being poor in life experience. B．Being short of writing skills. C．The weakness of description. D．The absence of a story. 62. What do we learn about Mollie Hunter as a young child? A．She didn?t expect to become a writer. B．She didn?t enjoy writing stories. C．She didn?t have any particular ambitions. D．She didn?t respect her teacher?s views. 63. What?s the writer?s purpose in this text? A．To share her enjoyment of Mollie Hunter?s books. B．To introduce Mollie Hunter?s work to a wider audience. C．To provide information for Mollie Hunter?s existing readers. D．To describe Mollie Hunter?s most successful books. C The computer keyboard helped kill shorthand---a system of rapid handwriting, and now it's threatening to finish off handwriting as a whole. When handwritten essays were introduced on the SAT exams for the class of 2011, just 15% of the most 1.5 million students wrote their answers in cursive (草写字母） .The rest? Block letters. And those college hopefuls are just the first edge of a wave of US students who no longer get much handwriting instructions in the primary grades, frequently 10 minutes a day or less. As a result, more and more students struggle to read and write cursive. At Keene Mill Elementary School in Springfield, all their poems and stories are typed. Children in Fairfax County schools are taught keyboarding beginning in kindergarten. Older students who never mastered handwriting say it doesn't affect their grades.
There are those who say the culture is at a crossing, turning from the written word to the typed one. If handwriting becomes a lost form of communication, does it matter? It was at University of Virginia that researchers recently discovered a previously unknown poem by Robert, written in his unique script. Handwritten documents are more valuable to researchers, historians say, because their authenticity (真实性）can be confirmed. Students also find them more fascinating. The loss of handwriting also may be a cognitive (认知的）opportunity missed. Several academic studies have found that good handwriting skills at a young age can help children express their thoughts better-a lifelong benefit. It doesn't take much to teach better handwriting skills. At some schools in Prince George's County, elementary school students use a program called Handwriting Without Tears for 15 minutes a day. They learn the correct formation of manuscript letters through second grade, and cursive letters in third grade. There are always going to be some kids who struggle with handwriting because of their particular neurological (神经系统的) wiring, learning issues or poor motor skills. Educators often point to this factor in support of keyboarding. 64. What is the author concerned about after 2011 SAT exams? A. Keyboarding. B. Shorthand. C. Handwriting. D. Block letters. 65. A poem by Robert mentioned in the passage is used to _________. A. prove how valuable handwriting is B. explain what a famous poet he is C. show how unique his poem is D. stress how fascinating the documents are 66. The example of Handwriting Without Tears helps to argue that_________. A. the schools are responsible for the loss of handwriting B. the loss of handwriting is a cognitive opportunity missed C. it doesn't take much to teach better handwriting skills D. the culture is turning from the written word to the typed one 67. According to the author, when is a perfect time to learn handwriting? A. Kindergarten. B. Primary school. C. High school. D. College. D In today's fast paced, high stress world people are working longer hours than ever, and often exhaust themselves at day's end in front of the television to relax enough to begin again in the morning．However, television watching, for most people, does not really lower stress．Studies show that TV viewing more than an hour or so actually creates stress and, especially in women, may lead to the blues．Most individuals are unaware that doing some exercise after work makes them more energetic since it increases energy levels． Wise use of free time does not mean getting an advanced degree, although the mental encouragement gained through education is unbeatable in keeping your mind active．Learning new things nearly always adds a spark to your daily life, especially if it is a favorite topic, such as sport, fashion, or art．Also, look through your bookstore or library to find books on your interests．Try to replace a half hour TV watching with reading． It is reported that in the United States recently, many individuals have as few as two good friends． Long work hours and car commute act to separate people from each other． This separation is deadly． Find ways to meet people at the end of the day and on weekends．Often this can be best done by combining activities,
such as by joining a walking group to get both exercise and companionship．Taking a class will lift your spirits and allow you to meet others with similar interests．Hobbies are great for reducing stress and provide another opportunity for social interaction． Using your free time to aid your health may include these elements and many more, such as going to concerts and spending time with family．Overall, the key is to spend less free time being passive．The best ways to use free time are to be mentally and physically active, spend some time outdoors, and interact with other people on a regular basis． 68. What can we learn from the passage? A．Watching television may cause women to feel depressed． B．Finding interests and hobbies in common means taking a class． C．Going to concerts is the best way to make you mentally active． D．Getting an advanced degree in education always lights up your life． 69. What does the underlined word "commute" in Paragraph 3 probably mean? A．The arrangement to work every day． B．The journey to work every day． C．The communication between people． D．The separation between people． 70. Which would be the best title for the passage? A．Live a Happy and Healthy Life B．Relax Yourself in Various Ways C．Spend Your Free Time Wisely D．Interact With Others Outdoors 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 Body language is the quiet, secret and most powerful language of all. It is said that our body movements communicate about 50% of what we really mean while words themselves only express 7%. So , while your mouth is closed, just what is your body saying…. Arms 71 if you keep your arms to the sides of your body or behind your back, this suggests you are not afraid of taking on whatever comes your way. 72 if someone upsets you, just cross your arms to show you?re unhappy. Head. When you want to appear confident, keep your head level. If you are monitor in class, you can take on this position when you want your words to be taken seriously . _ 73 Legs. Your legs tend to move around a lot more than normal when you are nervous or telling lies. If you are at interviews, try to keep them still. Posture. A good posture makes you feel better about yourself. 74 This makes breathing more difficult, which in turn can make you feel nervous or uncomfortable. Mouth. When you are thinking , you often purse your lips (撅着嘴). You might also use this position to hold back all angry comment you don?t wish to show. 75 . A. If you are feeling down, you normally don?t sit straight, with your shoulders inwards B. If you are pleased, your usually open your eyes wide and people can notice this C. Outgoing people generally use their arms with big movements, while quieter people keep them close to their bodies. D. How you hold your arms shows how open and receptive you are to people you meet. E. However, it will probably still be noticed, and people will know you?re not pleased. F. However , to be friendly in listening or speaking, you must move your head a little to one side.
G. Don?t say too much when you?re happy.
第 II 卷 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，请你修改你同桌写得以下作文。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： 在缺词处加一个漏字符号（ ∧ ） ，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）不记分。 Dear Jin Jing， Your problem is common one among middle school students．Maybe the following advices can help you．First in all, believe in yourself．Your greatest problem is that you lack self-confidence．The first thing you must do it is to smile at your classmates．One smile speaks loud about your wish to make friends than any word．Your smile will show that you are friendly to him．Next, trying talking with a student who is as shy as you or who share the same interest as you．You can discuss your studies with a classmate and you can also talk about your hobbies．Unless anyone is in trouble, you should be ready to help him or her．Once you have confidence, you can make as many friends as possibly． Yours, Lily 第二节： 书面表达（满分 25 分） 作文：最近,你校同学正在参加某英文报组织的一场讨论.讨论的主题是:公园要不要收门票?请你根据 下表所提供的信息,给报社写一封信,客观地介绍讨论情况. 60%的同学认为 1.不应收门票 2.公园是公众休闲的地方 3.如收票,需建大门,围墙,会影响城市形象 注意: 1. 信的开头已为你写好. 2. 词数: 100 左右. 3. 参考词汇: 门票--- entrance fees
40%的同学认为 1.应收门票，但票价不宜高 2.支付园林工人工资 3.购新花木
KEYS 听力：1-20 CBABB CACAA ABCBA CBACA 单选：21-35 BCDDB AAACD BDCBB 完型: 36-55 CDBCA BADAC BAADD CBBCD 阅读: 56-59 ABDC 60-63 ADAB 64-67 CACB 68-70：ABC 71-75DCFAE 改错： Your problem is （a）common one among middle school students．Maybe the following advices (advice )can help you．First in (of)all, believe in yourself．Your greatest problem is that you lack self-confidence．The first thing you must do it is to smile at your classmates．One smile speaks loud （louder） about your wish to make friends than any word． Your smile will show that you are friendly to him (them)．Next, trying (try)talking with a student who is as shy as you or who share (shares)the same interest as you ． You can discuss your studies with a classmate and you can also talk about your hobbies． Unless(If) anyone is in trouble, you should be ready to help him or her． Once you have confidence, you can make as many friends as possibly．(possible) 书面表达： 范文 Dear editor, I'm writing to tell you about the discussion we've had about whether an entrance fee should be charged for parks. Opinions are divided on the question. 60％ of the students are against the idea of entrance fees. They believe a public park should be free of charge. People need a place where they can rest and enjoy themselves. Charging entrance fees will no doubt keep some people away. What is more, it will become necessary to build gates and walls, which will do harm to the appearance of a city. On the other hand, 40％ think that fees should be charged because you need money to pay gardeners and other workers, and to buy plants and young trees. They suggest, however, fees should be charged low. Yours truly Li Hua