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浙江省台州市 2014 届高三下学期 3 月第一次高考模拟考试 英语试题
注意:本试卷分为卷 I(选择题)和卷 II(非选择题)两部分,满分 120 分,考试时间 120 分钟:所有答案一律做在答题卷上。 选择题部分(共 80 分) 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 0.5 分,满分 10 分) 从 A、B、C 和

D 四个选项中,选山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.—Hey, Tina. Can I ask you a question? —Sure.____ A. Why not? B.What's up? C.So what? D. What for? 2. Generally speaking, the family, not the school, plays the role in educating children for life. A. potential B.primary C.personal D. professional 3. Miss White,_ smile is broad and warm, has a kind of beauty no matter what she wears. A. whom B.who C.that D. whose 4. After a long day of hard work, my only__ is to get back home and have a good sleep. A. concern B.ambition C.reward D. burden 5.—_I____ my project by the time you come to London. —Great. This way you can act as my guide. A. finish B.have finished C . will be finishing D . will have finished 6. Many people think they have to spend a lot of money to keep healthy. Leading a healthy lifestyle doesn't have to cost much, . A. though B. too C. somehow D. either 7. The Shanghai C enter, to be environmentally friendly, will be completed this year. A. designed B. designing C. being designed D. having designed 8. Don't worry. It's just a regular blood test. It'll finish within seconds. A. other than B. rather than C. no more than D. much more than 9.It is not our mistakes that define who we are; it is how we from those mistakes that counts. A.differ B.suffer C.prevent D.recover 10.—I wonder why you didn’t take part in the speech contest yesterday afternoon. —I'm terribly sorry, A. had conducted B.conducted. C. was conducting D.would conduct

11. Circumstances are human control, but our conduct is in our own power. A. within B.against C.beyond D.below 12. Mr. Brown repeated his words to his son, raising his voice a bit, but still no answer. A. received B.receiving C.had received D.to receive 13.The explorers failed to find the cave because it was not located they had expected it to be. A. which B.that C. where D. what 14. _ you decide not to receive our information via email any longer, just click the link below to be removed from our list. A. Should B.Must C.Could D. Would 15 . All the fellow workers were shocked by news that Bob was appointed director of the factory. A. a; the B.the;/ C. the; the D. /; / 16.Meeting again by chance, Lucy and Amy are delighted to the friendship where it left out years ago. A. break up B.pick up C. bring up D. build up 17. As Benjamin Franklin put it, “A house is not a home it contains food and fire for the mind as well as the body.” A. since B.as C. once D. unless 18.—The tickets for the hit move Frozen have been sold out. —Thanks for reminding me, but I am lucky to have got . A. another B.it C. that D. one 19.Once again I found myself standing at the crossroads, two paths ahead of me. A. lain B.lying C. to lie D.lie 20.—Bad luck. I scored rather low in the test. — .Or you'll have to leave school. A.It can't be helped B.Don't mention it C.I'll make it up for you D.You've got to do something 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 各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中, 选出最佳选项,并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。 When I stopped by to get a newspaper, a tall, sincere man came over to me asking for help with directions.With a printout of Google maps, he was looking for a 21 on the main street, but just couldn't find it.After checking out his written directions, I mapped it on my phone and showed him 22 where he needed to go. He, in 23 , mentioned that he had tried going there, but there was no such street number and he just couldn't locate his hotel. I 24 it again for him. He thanked me with a big smile, shook my hand, and 25 .I got into my car and he got into his, and we 26 ways.As I drove to the next grocery store and went in, J sensed 27 wrong about the directions-so I Googled the address again and _28 that he was looking for the right address but in a city half an hour away ! 29 it had been several minutes, and in the peak rush hour time, the chances of finding him a mile away-where he was surely still looking around -were 30 . But I thought I'd give it a(an) 31 and set off in that direction. I'd 32 noticed what his car looked

like, and was just about to give up.I parked my car as I considered what else I could do- 33 , like magic, he drove right by and pulled over into a nearby parking spot, still 34 about where the hotel was. When I 35 next to him, he couldn't believe it " 36 did you find me?!" he asked."I'm not sure, but I 37 that you are in the wrong city!" I showed him the right directions, and after more 38_ and a handshake, we 39 .' Likely that we'll never meet again, and that makes it much more _40 . 21.A. museum B. parking spot C. hotel D. grocery store 22.A. constantly B. exactly C. absolutely D. completely 23.A. relief B. panic C. delight D. puzzlement 24.A. confirmed B. evaluated C. analyzed D. adjusted 25.A. took off B. took up C. took down D.took over 26.A. lost B. parted C. fought D. pushed 27.A. nothing B. anything C. something D. everything 28.A. realized B. considered C. determined D. acknowledged 29.A. Hopefully B. Unbelievably C. Consequently D. Unfortunately 30.A. big B. vital C. slim D. obvious 31.A. beginning B. end C. change D. try 32.A. hardly B. merely C. regularly D. occasionally 33.A. while B. before C. when D. since 34.A. at a loss B. at a risk C. at ease D. at peace 35.A. put out B. put up C. pulled down D. pulled in 36.A. Where B. Why C. When D. How 37.A. tried out B. figured out C. burst out D. carried out 38.A. luck B. smiles C. greetings D.praise 39.A. left together B. returned home C. waved goodbye D.rushed away 40.A. useful B. sweet C. common D.wrong 第二部分:阅读理解(第一节 20 小题,第二节 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 50 分) 第一节阅读下列材料,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出可以填入空白处的 最佳选项,并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。 A Picture a library without books? Well, I can’t. Ever since I was little l would go to the library and take out numerous books. From picture books to beginning chapter books to YA books, books have always been a part of my life. Unlike many people today, I don't own a Kindle or a Nook or any type of e-reader. I prefer the old-fashioned book. There is something about holding a book and being able to turn the pages that I find comforting. In today's 21st century, books may become obsolete. For me that's something I find scary. I am a fan of the old TV science-fiction series Twilight Zone. One episode(一段情节)is about a librarian who has become obsolete.Though this episode aired in 1961, the writer of the series, Rod Serling was exactly on point when it came to predicting the future. In fact, in San Antonio, Texas the first-ever bookless library in the country opened.The library is full of iMacs, tablets and iPads which cost a huge $2. 3 million. The library offers around 10.000 e-books. So the question is, is this what the future will soon be? Mary Graham, vice president of South Carolina's Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce states, "This is the

future?If you're going to be building new library facilities, this is what you need to be doing." It is our generation that will be the guinea pigs (试验品) of increasing technology like this. Is this a good or bad thing? Well, digital libraries may help the environment by not using paper; however, I feel like something will always be lacking with a digital book.A digital library is just the beginning. With all of this new technology, people seem to be more absorbed in their own world. One of my biggest complaints is when I am with my friends and they can't seem to get off their smart phone and talk to me. To make plans with a friend and then have them stuck on their phone the whole time is extremely rude.Not only is it disrespectful, but it reflects the direction of where human interactions are heading.Though social media is great, it also is addicting and has negative effects. Often when I go on Facebook it just makes me feel worse about myself. I'll see many of my 800 Facebook friends showing off their newest accomplishment or acceptance to college.Additionally, our society is becoming increasingly lazy. For instance, instead of doing mental math, people use their phone to solve 89 + 74. It is simple tasks like these that are allowing people to lack important educational and social skills. It is up to us to find a balance between technology and human values and interactions. With new technology being created every day, we need to learn how to use it alongside our great minds.After all, inventions are supposed to benefit society not harm it. In the day of technology, who knows what's next? 41.The underlined word "obsolete" (Paragraph l) is closest in meaning to . A. outdated B. complex C. expensive D. meaningless 42.What can we infer from the underlined sentence in Paragraph 2? A.The episode still enjoys great popularity nowadays. B.Rod Serling liked making predictions about the future. C.The situation of books today is similar to what Rod Serling predicted in the episode. D.The episode airing in 1961 was the most entertaining of the TV science-fiction series. 43.What can we learn about the library in San Antonio, Texas? A. It is the first-ever library in America. B. It is of no practical use although it costs so much. C. It holds an exhibition of much electronic equipment. D. People can read e-books there with the help of the new facilities. 44.Which of the following will the writer probably disagree with? A.Great as social media is, it does have some negative effects. B.With the increasing use of social media, something will actually be lost. C.Through social media, people can develop educational and social skills around. D.As a result of social media, people may communicate less with the people around. 45.The tone of the passage is best described as .

46.According to the passage, what content do J-14, Twist and Discovery Girls share? A. Teen gossip. B. Advice on fashion. C. Sports and friendship. D. Self-respect building. 47.What content does Boys 'Life mainly center on? A. Sports. B. Games. C. Beauty. D. Education. 48.We can learn from the passage that . A.J-14 is distributed in two editions for teens of different ages B.the content of Discovery Girls is closely related to teen girls C.Seventeen covers aspects like looking good, keeping fit and writing stories D.all the five magazines mentioned publish special editions except Boys 'Life 49.The main purpose of the introduction to the five magazines is . A. to distinguish their features B. to explain the secret to their popularity C. to encourage the subscription to the magazines D. to arouse people's interest in reading teen magazines C During her junior year of high school, Diane Ray's teacher handed her a worksheet and instructed the 17-year-old to map out her future financial life. Ray pretended to buy a car, rent an apartment, and apply for a credit card. Then, she and her classmates played the "stock market game", investing (投资) the hypothetical (虚拟的)earnings from their hypothetical jobs in the market in the disastrous fall of 2008. "Our pretend investments crashed," Ray says, still frightened. "We got to know how it felt to lose money." That pain of earning and losing money is a feeling that public schools increasingly want to teach. Forty states now offer some type of financial instruction at the high-school level, teaching students how to balance checkbooks and buy stock in math and social-studies classes. Though it's too early to measure the full influence of the Great Recession(大萧条), the interest in personal-finance classes has risen since 2007 when bank failures started to occur regularly.Now, many states including Missouri, Utah, and Tennessee require teenagers to take financial classes to graduate from high school . School districts such as Chicago are encouraging money-management classes for kids as young as primary school, and about 300 colleges or universities now offer online personal-finance classes for incoming students. "These classes really say, 'This is how you live independently,' " says Ted Beck, president of National Endowment for Financial Education. Rather than teach investment methods or financial skills, these courses offer a back-to-the-basics approach to handling money Don't spend what you don't have. Put part of your monthly salary into a savings account, and invest in the stock market for the long-term rather than short-term gains. For Ray, this means dividing her earnings from her part-time job at a fast-food restaurant into separate envelopes for paying bills, spending and saving. "Money is so hard to make but so easy to spend," she says one weekday after school. "That is the big takeaway." Teaching kids about the value of cash certainly is one of the programs' goals, but teachers also want students to think hard about their finances long term. It's easy for teenagers to get

annoyed about gas prices because many of them drive cars. But the hard part is urging them to put off the instant satisfaction of buying a new T-shirt or an iPod. "Investing and retirement aren't things teenagers are thinking about. For them, the future is this weekend," says Gayle Whitefield, a business and marketing teacher at Uth’s Riverton High School. That’s a big goal for these classes preventing kids from making the same financial missteps their parents did when it comes to saving, spending, and debt.Though the personal savings rate has increased up to 4.2 percent, that’s still a far distance from 1982, when Americans saved 11. 2 percent of their incomes. “It’s hard for schools to reach strict money-management skills when teenagers go home and watch their parents increase credit-card debt. It’s like telling your kids not to smoke and then lighting up a cigarette in front of them,” Beck says. Even with these challenges, students such as Ray say learning about money in school is worthwhile.After Ray finished her financial class, she opened up a savings account at her local bank and started to think more about how she and her family would pay for college. “She just has a better understanding of money and how it affects the world,” says her mother, Darleen-and that’s sown to the details of how money is spent from daily expenses to various taxes.All of this talk of money can make Ray worry, she says, but luckily, she feels prepared to face it. 50.The “stock market game” mentioned in Paragraph 1 is meant to . A.introduce a new course to students B.help students learn about investment C.teach how to apply for a credit card D.encourage students’ personal savings 51.How does the writer show us that schools’ interest in teaching financial classes has increased in paragraph 2 A.By giving examples. B.By providing data. C.By raising questions. D.By making comparisons. 52.According to the passage, taking money-management courses will . A.better students’ learning methods B.prevent students going into debt C.help students get accepted by colleges D.make students become very wealthy 53.After completing the financial class, Diane Ray is likely to . A.pay off all her debts. B. handle her money better C.find a job in a bank.D. manage the family income 54. The passage is mainly about . A.ways to teach students to earn money B.how Diane Ray learns to value money C.the push to teach personal finance in school D.how students choose a proper financial class D It was time to break free. I needed to run away and the Bloomsburg Fair was the best place to go. I don’t know if you can call it running away wince it was only and hour away from my home.But once I entered the fair grounds, I crossed over into another world.The loudspeaker offered background music over the sounds of people of people talking, bargaining and food sellers yelling for your attention. I belonged here.I didn’t know if I had it in my blood or not, but I always wanted to have a small food stand and travel in my off season from fair to fair selling goodies.Perhaps one day.It certainly wasn’t a priority(优先考虑的事)in my life , Perhaps it should be.

After I was there awhile, I needed to get away to a quiet spot.Most of the time, I could find that anywhere the farm animals were kept. They needed the quiet. So I went there to find peace with the cows, goats, horses, pigs and yes, the turkeys.You'd think being this close to "Thanksgiving", they'd be a little scared, but they were not. It was in the dairy barn (仓库) where I found peace this time. I so admired the young folks who tended to farm animals. I thought they had a greater appreciation for life. They participated in it firsthand.I once watched a young fanner help bring a baby cow into the world. My favorite scene was to come across a young cowboy lying in the hay asleep among the cows that had settled down for a rest.There, with his heads in a small soft spot alongside his favorite cow, I had seen him in a much deserved sleep.Perhaps better at rest there than in his own bed. I had the pleasure of speaking with a young teenage farm girl that day. "You look so comfortable," I said to her. "Oh I am," she said. "Life makes it comfortable for me." "You mean being a farm girl?" "No, Life! That's the name of my cow," she said, smiling as she gently patted the cow's side. "I thought they called cows Betsy and Elsie. Why did you call her Life?" “I discovered life again here. It was the only meaningful name that came to mind. I had been raised in the big city and really hated it. Then we moved to the country, running away from Lt all. I think my parents called it a mid-life crisis," she said, laughing. "Oh, I can understand that. I've been in one since birth," I said. "It was on the farm that I learned to love life again. I was there when Life was born. It was so exciting. My whole outlook on the world changed. So I named her Life. Now, I can say I really love 'Life'," she said. "How amazing! I write stories and J am always trying to get people to enjoy life, to wake up each day expecting the best from it. But they all too often go to bed with so much bad stuff in their soul, and on their mind, that they wake up feeling bad and expect it to only get worse from there. All too often it does, just because that's all they choose to see in that otherwise perfectly beautiful day," I told her. "That's too bad. They need to see a cow born, a chicken hatch. I guess they need to wake up early and hug Life!" she said, laughing. "When was the last time you hugged Life?" she asked me. "I am sorry to say even I have had trouble doing that lately," I said. "Come here!" she said. Then standing up and stepping aside, she said, "Go ahead?hug Life!" I paused for a moment and dropping all thoughts of looking silly, I did. I hugged a cow. 55.The writer went to the Bloomsburg Fair probably in order to . A. have fun B. get ideas for writing C. do shopping D. escape something he disliked 56.The following things happened in the Bloomsbury Fair except . A. food sellers' shouting B. the writer's selling goodies C. people's bargaining and talking

D. the loudspeaker's broadcasting music 57.What can we learn from Paragraphs 5, 6 and 7? A. The writer tended to farm animals firsthand. B. The cowboy was lazy and fell asleep among the cows. C. The writer found peace where farm animals were kept. D. The turkeys got into panic with "Thanksgiving" approaching 58.The underlined word "it" (Paragraph 14) refers to . A. the city B. the country C. the barn D. the fair

59.The writer was surprised at the farm girl's words and he thought people often A. expected to get the best things B. enjoyed perfectly beautiful days C. ignored the bright side of each day D. felt really bad due to poor sleep at night 60.What can be the best title for the passage? A. Farm Life and Happiness B. Hugging Life C.A Farm Girl and Her Cow D.Enjoying Freedom 第二节 下面文章中有 5 个段落需要添加标题(第 61-65 题) 。请从以下选项(A、B、C、D、 E 和 F)中选山适合各段落的标题。选项中有一项是多余选项。 A.Get started! B. Forget your failures. C. Find and use your positive voice. D. Think about how far you have come. E. Spend time with people who inspire you. F. Accept failure as a positive learning experience. Realizing your dreams is not a matter of possibility; it's a matter of motivating yourself to focus on the right things. You know you should be doing something, but sometimes you just don't feel like doing anything. This discouraging situation can last a long time if you don't head it off and take action. Here are some daily motivation tricks that might work for you. 61. This is by far the most important tip in this article, because in the end, all of the other tips in the world won't make as much of a difference as this simple and timeless instruction Sit down and get a move on! Do you feel the push-back of laziness? Reading more about motivation won't help. Reviewing your to-do lists won't help. Only doing actually helps get everything going. So stop thinking about how hard the task is going to be or how long it's going to take you. Not starting is failing. Tell yourself, "As soon as I get going, I'll feel more motivated." And you'll realize it's not nearly as hard as you thought it would be. 62. Be aware of your self-talk and stay confident.You have the choice to replace negative self-talk with a more encouraging and friendly voice. A voice that will consider your aim as not just a possibility, but a probability; A voice that does not look at the possibility of success before taking action, but rather uses self-belief as its driving force; A voice that all things arc possible to those who commit to their dream.

Tell yourself over and over again that you can do it. See what effect it has. Persist with this kind of possibility and eventually you'll feel better about whatever it is you want to get done, and you'll even start to fool yourself into believing it's true. 63. There is no better way to recharge yourself for improvement than spending time with someone who motivates you.They are smart and can always encourage you to be better.Study their qualities.Study their habits.Surround yourself with them, talk to them, learn from them; they are already living and producing results at a level you admire and expect to. Compare stories, successes and failures.Let their inner light guide you. 64. You have made so much progress, you just don’t realize it. Open your eyes and give yourself credit for all that you have done. Think about it. Write down your past successes. Consider using a journal to keep track of them.You’ll probably be pleasantly surprised when you review your results.It’s a great motivator to see how much you have improved and how far you have come.Be happy with your progress and move on. 65. Do not judge unsuccessful attempts and mistakes as an indication of your future potential, but as part of the growth process. Something does not have to end well for it to have been one of the most valuable experiences of a lifetime. When times get tough, take a deep breath, and know that most great things come when you least expect it.Being defeated is a temporary condition; giving up is what makes it permanent.And most people that gave up didn’t realize how close they were to success.Push through! 非选择题部分(共 40 分) 第三部分:写作(共两节,满分 40 分) 第一节:短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 下面短文中共有 10 处语言错误,请在有错误的地方增加、删除或修改某个单词。 增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧) ,并在其下写出该加的词。 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)不计分。 As a famous saying goes, time is money, which shows the important of time. Time is valuable but limited.When time is gone, they will never come back. How a pity it is that many of us make poor use of time.We spend much time play games and chatting online. We don’t realize wasting time are equal to a waste of our life. As the result, we will regret having achieved little one day.However, we should get rid the habit of wasting time.Do not put off that what can be done today until tomorrow.Laziness will not only brought us failure, but also lead us to poverty. 第二节 书面表达(满分 30 分) 每个人都有感到特别沮丧的时候,但是我们应该学会克服这种情绪,振作精神。请以 "How I Overcame Depression”为题,用英语写一篇 100-120 个词的短文,短文内容包括: 1.描述一件使你感到特别沮丧的事情; 2.说明你是如何克服沮丧以及你的感受。

注意:文章的标题已给出(不计词数) 。 How I Overcame Depression


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