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第一部分:英语知识运用(共两节, 满分 30 分) 第一节:单项填空(共 20 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,并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂 黑。 1. The New Year ’s party, ______ we sang and danced until 10 p.m., was ____great success. A. from which; / walk any farther. A. gave up A. coming up with B. gave out B. getting along with C. gave in C. catching up with D. gave away D. ending up with 3. The key to ___ new ideas is to observe daily life carefully, and not to take things for granted. 4. The majority of rural migrants are engaged in the most painstaking, most tiring and dangerous work, _______ college graduates are reluctant to do. A. while 5. --- How are you, Jack? ---_________, I’m rather sick. A. In addition B. As a matter of fact C. On the other hand D. On the contrary 6. “Sorry” is the hardest word to say sometimes. _______ you know you’ve done something wrong, or something inappropriate, it takes courage to say sorry. A. Only if A. seen B. Even if B. observed C. If only C. made D. As if D. looked 7. Recently the Chinese society has______ a flow of new words such as “Geili” and “Shanhun”. 8. It is necessary for children to exchange ideas with parents from time to time so that the generation gap between parents and children can be _____. A. released with my family. A. worked B. have worked C. had worked D. have been working B. the more equipped for life you are D. you are equipped the more for life C. sets down C. expressed D. sets out D. express 10. As far as I am concerned, education is about learning and the more you learn, _____. A. the more for life are you equipped C. the more for life you are equipped for A. sets off A. expressing B. sets aside B. to express B. replaced C. narrowed D. disappeared 9. I ____ in a foreign trade company for three years. Still, I don’t regret giving up the job and living B. that C. what D. which B. on which; / C. for which; a D. in which; a 2. After walking in the Shanghai World Expo for a whole day, my legs ____ under me and I couldn’t

11. To improve spoken English, Lucy ____ at least one hour each day to recite English texts. 12. You may imagine what great difficulty I had_________ complicated ideas in simple English. 13. ---What do you think of his talk on Information Technology? ---Oh, excellent. It’s worth_____________.

A. listening to A. belongs A. everything A. to breathe A. having determined

B. being listened to B. belonged B. something B. to be breathed B. being determined

C. listening C. belonging C. anything C. breathing C. determined

D. to be listened to D. to belong D. nothing D. being breathed D. to determine

14. The volunteers are reminded of taking everything_________ to them before leaving the hotel. 15. I agree with most of what her lecture said, but I don’t agree with ____ she said. 16. I like getting up very early in summer. The morning air is so good______. 17. He stayed up too late every night, _____ to catch up with his classmates.

第二节:完形填空(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 21-40 题所给的四个选项(A、B、C、D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题纸上将该选项标 号涂黑。 A twenty-three-year Dutch student has enjoyed a short but unexpected holiday in Dubai. Mr Frank Vreede, a business student, had taken a part-time job at Schiphol Airport to help pay for his 21 . He worked as a baggage handler. Last Friday night after a 22 day in the university library preparing for his final exams, Frank was 23 a plane at the airport. He was waiting for the next baggage truck to arrive and he felt tired. He decided to have a 24 rest so he sat down in the hold of the plane and shut his eyes just for a moment. 25 , while he was sleeping, the plane took off. An hour later, Frank 26 discover that the plane was in the air. 27 not to 28 and was shocked to was a terrible noise from the engines, and he tried

. It was dark, uncomfortable and very, very cold. Frank knew he could not 29 in the as possible. He hit the ceiling of the baggage hold and the captain understood what was happening, he ordered

freezing temperatures. It was an impossible situation. He decided to make as much 30 shouted at the top of his voice. 31 immediately informed the pilot. hot air to be pumped into the hold. When the plane arrived at Dubai International Airport, an ambulance was waiting to take a very 33 and frightened Mr Vreede to hospital. 34 examined him, but he was unhurt and was 32 a passenger heard the noise and called a flight attendant, who

allowed to leave after a few hours 35 spread quickly about this "stowaway". The managing Director of one of Dubai's top hotels offered him a free room for the weekend. “He must have wanted to come to Dubai very much if he was prepared to travel in the hold!” 36 the MD. 39 “ 37 been so kind," said Mr Vreede. "I'm really enjoying my stay in Dubai and I'm getting a lot of rest, so I won't fall asleep on the job again.” He also 38 to his boss for sleeping at work _working, and promised it would not happen again. "Next time, I'II catch a Vreede. 21. A. business 22. A. tiring 23. A. boarding 24. A. good 25. A. However 26. A. set up 27. A. It 28. A. risk 29. A. guarantee 30. A. sense 31. A. Luckily 32. A. Unless 33. A. sleepy 34. A. Workers 35. A. Diseases 36. A. joked 37. A. Nobody's 38. A. applied 39. A. instead of 40. A. local B. studies B. boring B. repairing B. quiet B. Therefore B. threw up B. There B. anger B. survive B. progress B. Generally B. Though B. greedy B. Passengers B. News B. cried B. someone's B. contributed B. in spite of B. regular C. flights C. lazy C. loading C. full C. Besides C. woke up C. What C. bother C. challenge C. fortune C. Actually C. Once C. hungry C. Doctors C. Fear C. whispered C. Anyone's C. apologized C. in case of C. delayed D. exams D. sad D. sweeping D. quick D. Otherwise D. looked up D. That D. panic D. involve D. noise D. Usually D. Since D. cold D. Pilots D. Lies D. replied D. Everyone's D. appealed D. except for D. cheap 40 flight!” said Mr

第二部分:阅读理解(共两节,第一节 20 小题,第二节 5 小题,每小题 2 分,满分 50 分) 第一节:阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C、D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答 题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。 A By today's standards, my mobile phone is pretty rubbish. It's a Nokia 1616. If that doesn't mean much to you (it's not the kind of phone you see advertised on television), all you need to know is that it's a small, not very heavy device with which you can send and receive telephone calls and text messages. It also has a very handy torch on the top for when you can't find your keys, or when you drop something on the floor in the cinema. Other than that, my phone doesn't do much. Well, it has an alarm, and it probably has a calculator and things like that, but it's nothing compared to a smartphone. Why would I want one of those?

I have often been told that the big advantage of having a smartphone is that "you can do everything with them!" But when was the last time you saw someone doing "everything" with a smartphone? Okay, so they may have an endless list of functions, but generally they are used for checking social networking sites, playing games, and receiving and replying to emails. I'm happy just doing all of those things at home on my laptop. As far as I can tell, the best thing about having a smartphone is that you can be connected to the Internet all the time. Don't get me wrong, I love the internet, but I just don't see the point of constantly being online. I can't remember the last time I received a Facebook update which was so very urgent that I had to read it as soon as it appeared, and I can't imagine ever having a job which was so important that I would need to read work-related emails immediately. I would think that if someone needed me urgently, they would just ring me rather than send an email. And my trusty Nokia can manage that. One of the most peculiar effects of the smartphone is, in my opinion, the newly-found addiction to maps and navigation (导航) systems. Is there anything more boring than knowing exactly where you are all of the time?! How do you get to know an area if you don't get lost there a few times? And if you are dependent on online maps, what happens to those great places you find just by chance? You can't exactly find out from Google maps the journey from "here" to" that hidden cafe with the tasty-looking cakes" , or to "that pond next to the church which looks really pretty in the evening sun. " It is, of course, true that we all occasionally need to be pointed in the right direction, but I find that there are often real life humans you can ask. There are many benefits of having a very basic mobile phone, like the face that it cost me about twenty pounds, and that I don't have to worry too much about it being stolen .But the main benefit has to be the fact that it provides me with the word 'greatest excuse for my bad habits. Whether it's turning up late to events ,or getting lose on a trip ,or missing buses or trains ,or forgetting about an appointment at work ,I'm pretty sure I'm covered with the following explanation: “I’m really sorry, I don't have a smartphone." 41. The writer uses his Nokia 1616 mainly to _______. A. play online games C. check social network sites B. do calculating work D. make calls and text messages

42. It can be inferred from the above passage that_______. A. work-related emails should be answered immediately B. a laptop and a smartphone share many functions C. smartphones should always be connected to the net D. a Facebook update is usually very important 43. According to the passage, if you use navigation systems, you may _____ A. miss some really wonderful places C. be persuaded to eat in a certain café B. find a boring trip actually exciting D. be misled to a totally wrong place

B Some say college is wasted on the young. So many of us look back at our own college years and realize what we could have done differently to make the most of them. While we can’t go back, we certainly can offer our sons and daughters our best advice to help them make the right choices in college. Hopefully, they will have fewer regrets than we do. Following are five guidelines parents can share with their college-bound kids to put the whole experience in perspective. EDUCATION IS YOUR FIRST PRIORITY As soon as you arrive on campus, there will be competing interests. Feel free to check them out but always remember that you are there first and foremost for your education. Go to class prepared and on time. Be engaged during class. Make sure your professor knows you and realizes that you care. BE RESPONSIBLE There are many layers of responsibility. Do what you say you will do and, if you can’t, own up to it early and communicate clearly. But being responsible isn’t just about meeting your commitments; it is also about taking care of you, your body, and your friends. For example, more than 1800 college students die annually from alcohol-related injuries. Look out for yourself and other people. Make moderate, sensible decisions so you aren’t reeling from the consequences later. TAKE THE OPPORTUNITY Incredible opportunities will present themselves: studying abroad, interning at a unique place, trying new things. Don’t let fear prevent you from taking advantage of them. There may never be so much time or as many resources devoted to your betterment again in your life. Say yes to opportunities that will help you grow. FIND AND BE A MENTOR Some of the best lessons available to us can come outside of the classroom in the form of a mentor. One of the most powerful growth opportunities is being a mentor. Early on, find someone on campus who you feel can help you grow and develop a relationship with him or her. Also find someone for you to mentor. You will reinforce and enrich your own learning experience by teaching someone else.

GET THE JOB DONE It is natural to occasionally feel you want to quit, when it makes more sense to you to go find a full-time job. Resist that urge. As Jocelyn Negron-Rios, a mother of two, who is currently completing her degree, advises, “No matter how difficult it seems, keep at it because however insurmountable it feels now multiply that by 10,000 and that is how it feels when you are in your thirties with a full-time job and a family and are trying to pursue a degree.” 46. According to the passage, the most important thing for college students is ______. A. taking part in different activities B. working hard to get a degree C. seizing every chance to try new things D. improving themselves by learning from the others 47. Which of the following about college life is true? A. Passing on what you’ve learned in college can help you enrich your learning experience. B. Make sure that you are responsible for yourself rather than others. C. Professors will not assess your performances in class but the grades you get in exams. D. You can make full use of the opportunity whenever you want. 48. What can we infer from the words said by Jocelyn in the last paragraph? A. Persistence is the key to success when you meet with difficulties in your learning process. B. It is better if you gain more working experience before you finish your education. C. As long as you work hard, you can gain a degree even when you are in your thirties. D. Youth is the best time to learn since you have less burden. 49. What is the main purpose of the passage? A. To give some rules for the college students. B. To call on the students to make full use of college years. C. To summarize some tips for parents to share with their children. D. To analyze the benefits and difficulties of college life. C Reading for pleasure is declining among primary-age pupils, and increasing numbers of "time poor" parents are dropping the practice of sharing bedtime stories with their children once they start school. Research presented to a conference last week found that, while parents read to preschoolers, this later tails off, and by the final year of primary school only around 2% read to their children every day. Once children can read skillfully, parents tend to step back, and this usually happens at the age of seven or eight. The report also found that 82% of teachers blame the government's “target--driven" education policies for the fact that fewer children are reading for pleasure. They believe that a straitjacket (束缚) of strictly organized schooling is containing young people's ability to read more widely. Two-thirds of teachers surveyed said they lacked time in the school day to introduce a variety of books and that this was a “major obstacle to being able to develop a level of reading". Teachers also cited as main factors the reduction in the number of

school librarians, who could put interesting books before children, and the rise in "screen time", switching children from reading to playing games. The majority of teachers said the curriculum's (课程) " emphasis on reading as a skill to be mastered" was increasing the pressure. This was compounded by parents who saw reading just as a focus of learning, a skill critical to career advancement in a competitive world. Reading habits and the digital revolution in publishing were key topics of debate at the conference. The theme of the lack of British culture was supported by children's writer Frank Cottrell Boyce, who wrote the scripts(手稿 ) for the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2012 Olympics. “We discovered the whole nation had forgotten that they did the industrial revolution," he said. “Books are so central to it; books can be written by anyone. A lot of the pleasure of a book is listening to somebody read it to you. " "We found a real love of reading among teachers, and a strong desire ,to encourage more children to read for pleasure ,”said Rob Cheney," However, the teachers also had an overpowering sense of frustration with their situation." "Touch-screen phone and tablets ( 平板电脑)are naturally attractive to children ," the survey Said ,and predicted a period of awkwardness as everyone else adapts . By 2018, children's television will have adopted the presence of this second screen, and it "will be strange not to have children, at home drawing along on tablets and then having these appearing live in the show ". The hope is “that user-friendly screens could, if material is adapted and downloaded easily, present an opportunity for more ambitious publishing - for example, books children can either read or choose to have read to them; or digital books with moving pictures instead of photos to clarify factual and scientific points. Parental controls that are easy to use would be key, the conference was told, such as "a warning for when devices use the Wi-Fi, especially after bedtimes", to allow parents to shut off access to children in the home. 50. What leads to parents' dropping the practice of sharing bedtime stories with their children? A. Children have less time to spend with their parents after they start school. B. Parents think it unnecessary to do so when children can read themselves. C. The government’s education policies have placed much burden on children. D. Children don't like parents reading stories to them when they are seven or eight. 51. Which of the following is not teachers' point of view? A. Children are prevented from reading widely enough in school. B. Schools pay attention to reading skills instead of reading for fun. C. Playing video games reduces children's time spent on reading. D. School libraries can't provide good books for lack of money. 52. The word "compounded" (Paragraph 4) most probably means ______. A. worsened B. preserved C. reduced D. improved 53. It can be inferred from the article that ______.

A. children don't like reading because books are not attractive B. British people enjoyed reading books very much in the past C. teachers forbid their students to read more books for fun D. children should enjoy more freedom to use the Wi-Fi at home 54. What is the passage mainly about? A. Parents should set a limit to their children's using electric devices at home. B. Children are encouraged to read as many interesting books as they can. C. Children miss out on pleasures of reading a good book in modern life. D. Experts appeals to the government to reduce the heavy burden on children. D Mo was waiting in the corridor outside her class. She was feeling sick. She had two exams that day and physics was first .She really hated physics. It was her worst subject. Terry Looked back at her from the front of the line, and then looked away quickly. Mo thought she looked guilty. She didn't have a problem with physics she didn't have a problem with anything ...Miss Perfect! "Hi, Mo, it's your favorite exam today, "said Nima, laughing as she joined the line .Terry was looking at Mo again. “So what's wrong with her?” asked Nima."I thought you were friends." “Yes, so did I," said Mo." But she hasn't spoken to me for two weeks now. She promised to help me review for the physics exam too, but then she's ignored all my calls and texts .And when I rang her house, her mum just told me she was busy. She's forgotten who her friends are!" said Mo angrily. "Are you listening to me?" Mr. Reed was talking to the class and the other students were going into the exam room. Mo gave Nima a worried look and followed them. Mo couldn't answer question number five. She looked up and saw Terry sitting two rows in front of her. Mo couldn't believe it! Terry was holding her phone on her knee under the table and reading from it. Is that how Terry always got such good grades? She felt really angry at Terry, but she didn't know what to do. She thought about telling the teacher, but what would everyone else think of her? "Stop writing and put your pens down" said Mr. Reed as he started to collect the exam papers. Oh no, Mo hadn't answered two of the questions. She was going to fail again! Mo wanted to talk to Terry at lunch time, but she couldn't find her anywhere. The next exam was history. That was Mo's favourite subject but she wasn't feeling good. Mo went to the library to study, but she couldn't concentrate. She didn't know what to do about Terry. She thought about telling a teacher, but everyone would hate her if she did that. "It wasn't fair!” she thought. "Terry was getting good grades by cheating all that time.” thought Mo. Just then, Mr. Reed walked past her table. “Mr. Reed.” Mo was sitting behind Terry again in the history exam that afternoon. Mo was feeling terrible. Why had she told Mr. Reed? But it was too late now. And anyway, Terry didn't want to be her friend! Mr. Reed wanted her to look at him and nod if she saw that Terry was cheating in the exam. She was working on the last question when she saw that Terry had her phone under the table. Without thinking, Mo looked up and nodded to Mr. Reed. Terry was too busy looking at her phone and she didn't hear him as he walked silently up to her table. Mr. Reed didn't say anything. He just picked up

her exam paper, tore it in half and pointed to the door, to tell Terry to leave the room. she tell Mr. Reed?

Terry was

crying as she walked to the door. Everyone was staring at her and Mo felt really guilty now. Why did Mo was walking towards the school gate, when she heard footsteps behind her. It was Terry. “Mo, please wait! I want to talk to you.” Mo could see that Terry had been crying, her face was pale and her eyes were red. Mo couldn't say a word. “Listen," said Terry. "I'm really sorry I haven't answered any of your calls, but we're having a terrible time at home. My dad had a heart attack two weeks ago and he's in hospital. He had a big heart operation today and I was very worried about him. I know it was stupid, but I was reading texts from my mum to see how the operation was going, but Mr. Reed caught me with my phone. He thought I was cheating. He believes me now, but I have to take the exam again. I'm sorry I didn't tell you what was happening. I haven't forgotten that you're a good friend'. Will you forgive me? ” 55. At the beginning of the story Mo felt sick most probably because ______. A. Terry was looking at her form the front of the line B. she was worried that she would fail the physics exam C. she had to take two different exams within one day D. she had been waiting in the line for too long a time 56. Who does “Miss Perfect” in the first paragraph refer to? A. Mo B. Nima C. Terry D. Terry's mum 57. It can be inferred from the above passage that___________ A. students didn't like those who were not faithful to their friends B. Mr. Reed was a strict teacher who never corrected his mistakes C. The physics exam was much more difficult than the history exam D. Mo was angry because Nima laughed at her relationship with Terry 58. Terry didn't help Mo review for the physics exam because_______________ A. she didn't consider Mo as a true friend B. she herself was quite bad at physics C. she had to look after her sick father D. she was selfish and hated to waste time 59. At the end of the story Mo probably felt_______________ A. confident and optimistic C. sad and angry 60. What lesson can we learn from this passage? A. A friend in need is a friend indeed. B. Friendship should be based on trust. C. Old friends and old wines are the best. D. A life without a friend is a life without a sun. 第二节:下面文章中有五个段落介绍了五部改变我们世界的电视剧,需要在电视剧名称的后 B. glad and inspired D. regretful and guilt

面添加副标题(第 61~65 题) 。请从下列副标题(A、B、C、D、E 和 F)中选出适合各段落的 副标题,并在答题纸上将相应选项的标号涂黑。选项中有一项是多余选项。

TV That Changed the World 61. The Simpsons____________ University of Pennsylvania Linguistics professor Mark Liberman wrote in 2005," The Simponshas apparently taken over from Shakespeare and the Bible as our culture's greatest source of idioms and catchphrases.” Liberman's comment sounds crazy---at least until you remember there's a Millhouse quote for every occasion .Even the gatekeeper of language, the Oxford English Dictionary has found a spot for Homer Simperson's trademark "D'oh!" 62. America's Most Wanted ____________. The show has helped arrest over I,100 fugitives(逃犯)since its debut in 1988.Many people thought highly of the series as they could enjoy a safer community. 63. Glee________________ Fox scored a sleeper hit with the musical series in 2009.But the show's real impact came between airings. As most of the record industry failed .the Glee recordings found staggering success on iTunes .By the end of 2011, the cast had sold more 11 million albums and another 36 million single tracks. Meanwhile, the 2011 concert tour grossed more than $40 million. 64. Sex and the City__________ A 2011 Ohio State University study found that undergraduates who viewed an episode of Sex and the City were more than twice as likely to talk to their partners about sexual-health issues. 65. ER ____________ ER did more than make George Clooney a superstar. It also changed the way America ate. In three 2004 episodes, the show focused on the doctors' orders for a teenager with high blood pressure: exercise, and eat more fruits and vegetables. While the plot sounds humdrum, it scared viewers straight. In 2007, researchers from the University of Southern California's medical school found that viewers who caught these episodes had started walking or exercising more, eating more fruits and vegetables, or getting their blood pressure checked. How can anyone say watching TV is bad for you? 第三部分写作(共两节,满分 40 分) 第一节:短文改错(满分 10 分) 下面文中共有 10 处语言错误,要求你在错误的地方增加、删除或修改某个单词。

增加:在缺词处加一个漏词符号(∧),并在该句下面写出该加的词。 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:l.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'm glad to hear of you. As for living at home and living in your school dormitory, I think you'd better to choose the latter. First of all, living in a dormitory will develop your ability of living independently and solve problems by yourself. Secondly, if you live there, you will find easier to share feelings with your friends; in all, you are of the same age and have common feelings towards many thing. Most important, living with your friends will improve your team spirit, that will be beneficial to your future career. I hope you can consider my advice seriously and then make you final decision.

第二节:书面表达(满分 30 分) 假如你是李越, 你的两位朋友 Tom 和 Peter 几天前发生了争吵。 9 月 12 日是 Peter 的生日, Tom 想送他一个礼物来缓和关系,修复友情,因此特地发来邮件寻求你的建议。请你根据以下要 点给 Tom 回一封邮件: 1. 礼物选择; 2. 你的理由; 3. 其他和解建议; 注意:1. 词数 100-120; 2. 可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯; 3. 开头和结尾已给出,不计入总词数。 Dear Tom, I’m glad to hear that you are considering making up with Peter._______________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________

_________________________________________________________________________________ _________________ Best wishes! Li Yue

2014 年高三年级 9 月份第一次阶段测试试卷答题纸
第三部分写作(共两节,满分 40 分) 第一节:短文改错(满分 10 分) I'm glad to hear of you. As for living at home and living in your school dormitory, I think you'd better to choose the latter. First of all, living in a dormitory will develop your ability of living independently and solve problems by yourself. Secondly, if you live there, you will find easier to share feelings with your friends; in all, you are of the same age and have common feelings towards many thing. Most important, living with your friends will improve your team spirit, that will be beneficial to your future career. I hope you can consider my advice seriously and then make you final decision.

第二节:书面表达(满分 30 分) 假如你是李越,你的两位朋友 Tom 和 Peter 几天前发生了争吵。9 月 12 日是 Peter 的生日,Tom 想 送他一个礼物来缓和关系,修复友情,因此特地发来邮件寻求你的建议。请你根据以下要点给 Tom 回一封邮件: 1. 礼物选择; 2. 你的理由; 3. 其他和解建议; 注意:1. 词数 100-120; 2. 可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯; 3. 开头和结尾已给出,不计入总词数。 Dear Tom, I’m glad to hear that you are considering making up with Peter.______________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ Best wishes! Li Yue

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