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2012 年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试西工大附中第十一次适应性训练


第Ⅰ卷(选择题 共95分) 第一部分:英语知识运用(共三节,满分50分) 第一节:单词辨音(共5小题;每小题1分,满分5分)

1. educate A. message B. variety C. dangerous 2. mosquito A. involve B. motorcycle C. conclude 3. burst A. preserve B. animals C. follows 4. clearing A. wrist B. appear C. research 5. south A. courage B. soup C. southern 第二节:语法和词汇知识(共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分)

D. surface D. women D. snakes D. empire D. trousers

从每小题的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项, 并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

6. It’s reported that a bus went out of ______ control on a highway ______ east of the city and crashed into a river. A. the; the B. 不填; 不填 C. the; 不填 D. 不填; the 7. — English has a large vocabulary, hasn’t it? —Yes. ______ more words and expressions, and you will find it easier to read and communicate. A. Know B. Knowing C. To know D. Known 8. He often speaks of the trouble he ______to help the orphan. A. had B. found C. made D. took 9. — I can’t find my MP4 anywhere. — _____ it be in your handbag? A. May B. Must C. Can D. Should 10. In his letter was his promise _____ he would spend the Christmas Eve with me. A. that B. what C. which D. whether 11. — Look, John’s fallen asleep at work! — Oh, he must have _____ late last night. A. waken up B. put up C. taken up D. stayed up 12. We don’t doubt _____ the people in Beichuan County will recover from the disaster soon

and rebuild their homes better than before. A. if B. that C. what 13. The stones each _____ as much as two tons. A. weighs B. are weighed C. weigh 14. We must think twice _____ we make the final decision. A. when B. while C. until 15. —Tomorrow is Christmas! —_____? We have no holiday anyway. A. What if B. So what C. Why

D. whether D. is weighed D. before

D. Really

16. _____ fine equipment, three Chinese astronauts in Shenzhou VII came back, _____. A. Having owned up; soundly and safely B. having made up of; safety and sound C. Armed with; sound and safe D. Being concentrated on; safe and sound 17. She opened the window, _____ in some fresh air. A. letting B. let C. to let D. to be let 18. We’ve been looking at houses but haven’t found _____ we like yet. A. it B. the ones C. the one D. one 19. _____ seems to be a possibility that we shall be able to afford the car we need. A. It B. That C. There D. This 20. The traffic in our city is already good and it _____even better. A. is getting B. has got C. gets D. got 第三节:完形填空(共20小题,每小题1.5分,满分30分) “How did you do it, Dad? How have you 21 not to take a drink for almost 20 years?” It took me almost 20 years to have the 22 to even ask my father this very 23 question. When Dad first _ 24 _ drinking, the whole family was on pins and needles 25 he got into a situation that, in the past, would have started him drinking again. For a few years we were 26 to bring it up for fear that the drinking would begin again. “I had this little 27 that I would recite to myself 28 four to five times a day” was Dad’s 29 to my 18-year-old unasked question. “The 30 were an instant relief and constant reminder to me that things were never so 31 that I could not handle them,” Dad said. And then he 32 the poem with me. The poem’s simple, yet profound (深奥的) words 33 became part of my daily routine as well. About a month after this talk with my father, I 34 a gift in the mail from a friend of mine. It was a book of affirmations(断言)with one affirmation listed for each 35 of the year. I 36 opened the book to the page of my birthday to see what words of wisdom this book had in store for me. 37 of disbelief and appreciation rolled down my face. There, on my birthday, was the 38 poem that had helped my 39 for all these years! It is called The Serenity Prayer.

God, give me the Serenity(平静) accept the things I cannot change, the Courage to 40 the to things I can, and the Wisdom to know the difference. 21. A. failed B. succeeded C. managed D. tried 22. A. courage B. ability C. wisdom D. confidence 23. A. interesting B. personal C. hard D. unanswered 24. A. started B. enjoyed C. minded D. stopped 25. A. every time B. all time C. next time D. last time 26. A. anxious B. glad C. afraid D. eager 27. A. book B. passage C. poem D. list 28. A. at least 29. A. comment 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. A. words A. strange A. shared A. surprisingly A. brought A. hour A. easily B. at most B. praise B. phrases B. different B. talked B. immediately B. bought B. week B. hurriedly C. at first C. contribution C. letters C. simple C. read C. increasingly C. received C. month C. sadly D. at last D. reply D. sentences D. tough D. impressed D. regularly D. accepted D. day D. peacefully

37. A. Tears B. Smiles C. Sweat D. Satisfaction 38. A. correct B. impossible C. original D. exact 39. A. mother B. father C. friend D. classmate 40. A. believe B. benefit C. change D. do 第二部分:阅读理解(共两节,第一节每小题2分;第二节每小题1分)

As we all know, nature has supplied every animal except man with some covering for his body such as fur, feathers, hair, and shells as a thick hide. But man has nothing but a thin skin.

If someone were to ask you, “Why did human beings start to cover their bodies with clothes?” most would answer, “To keep themselves warm, of course.” It is only when we begin to think about it a little that we realize that clothes are worn for a great many other reasons that have nothing to do with our need for warmth at all. For example, we wear clothes to some degree in order to decorate ourselves — to make ourselves, if possible, look more dignified (尊严) or nicer. Clothes of a special kind are often worn to show that the wearer has authority or power. The individual wearing them is treated with respect because he occupies a certain office. The judge on the court, for example, might look a very ordinary and unimpressive figure without his wig and

gown. Clothes are an important part of ceremony, whether it is connected with belief, the law, parliament, and royalty, the fighting forces or the state. How very different the Queen’s Coronation ceremony would have looked without the robes, coronets and the cloth of gold. Sometimes, even in some modern countries people wear some articles of clothing, or some jewel, because they believe that it will bring them luck or protect them from evil or illness, or because it is connected with their beliefs. None of these reasons for wearing clothes — to decorate ourselves, to show our position in the world, for ceremonial purposes, for “luck”, to give ourselves dignity and authority — have anything to do with our need for warmth. 41. From the passage we know that wearing clothes is man’s basic necessity to _________. A. protect skin B. show beauty C. keep warm D. bring luck 42. According to the passage, the judge wearing special clothes on the court _________. A. looks nicer B. looks different C. shows wealth D. shows power 43. Even in modern countries, sometimes people wear certain clothes because _________. A. they believe that they will get protected from bad luck and illness B. it has something to do with their wealth C. they want to show their power D. they enjoy wearing such kind of clothes 44. The author’s purpose in writing this article is to tell us that clothes are worn _________. A. for ceremonial occasions B. for many other reasons besides warmth C. to keep people impressive and nicer D. to show people’s authority or power

An exhibition of ceramics (陶瓷) from Jingdezhen, a famous Chinese town producing porcelain, was on in downtown Wangfujing Street, Beijing. I was curious and watched to share the fun. When I went in, an elegant set of celadon tableware (精美的青花餐具)drew my attention. Its price tag showed 3,980 RMB, much more than I could afford. But it struck my heartstrings and its elegance made it worth the price. As I had just moved into my new house, I really needed it. I tried to persuade myself: if to buy a luxury that I fortunately met and that fascinated me so much was a fault, it would be a charming fault indeed. I called a female shopping guide and asked her to take the tableware out of the glass exhibition cupboard where it was laid on a golden velvet 金丝绒) ( cushion. I wanted a close look to admire its elegance in detail. When she unlocked the cupboard she said enthusiastically to promote the sale, "This tableware is really of high grade. If matched with a set of high-grade table and chairs, it will be much more glorified and extravagant."


Her over-enthusiastic remarks were really inopportune, like hot water spilled from a boiling kettle and destroyed my desire to own the elegant tableware. I was really thankful to her to bring me to my senses. "Sorry, Miss. I'm not going to watch it any more." I turned abruptly and hurried away from the exhibition hall. The girl was left standstill with astonishment. She didn't know that I decided giving it up, not because the tableware was anything wrong, but because her advice reminded me the tableware should be matched with a set of high-grade table and chairs to set it off. I’ve already got a set of table and chairs that didn’t go with the elegant tableware. On Wangfujing Street I was walking and thinking and finally I was awakened to a truth: It's wise for people to own things that match them. What is good to a person means it is just enough good, not too good. If it is too good it often turns into a burden for him. 45. Why did the writer want to enter the ceramics exhibition? A. Because she wanted to buy an elegant set of celadon tableware. B. Because she wanted to share the pleasure enjoying what was on there. C. Because she wanted to hear the introduction by the shopping guide. D. Because she wanted to meet the charming fault. 46. What does the underlined word “inopportune” mean? A. unsuitable B. attractive C. inexact D. valuable 47. Why did the writer hurry away from the exhibition hall? A. Because she found the set of tableware too expensive. B. Because she thought it would be a charming fault to buy a luxury. C. Because she was asked to buy a set of table and chairs to match the tableware. D. Because the elegant tableware was too good for her table and chairs at home. 48. Which of the following titles can best summarize the main idea of the passage? A. Never judge from appearances. B. Think before you leap. C. It is hard to please all. D. What suits you is the best.

On Friday, May 4, millions of kids throughout the world will celebrate Space Day. Space Day recognizes achievements in space exploration and promotes education in the fields of science, math, and technology. This year’s theme is “50 years in space…and still having a blast (强劲)!” It commemorates the 1957 launch of the Sputnik satellite by the former Soviet Union. Sputnik was the world’s first man-made satellite; it marked the start of space exploration. Events will be held throughout the US to celebrate Space Day. One major event is the Space Day Design Challenge competition. Winning teams will attend a ceremony at the Smithsonian’s

National Air and Space Museum in Chantilly, Virginia. For the competition, students in grades 4-8 had to come up with creative ways of solving space problems. The competition is sponsored( 赞 助 )by Lockheed Martin. Schools and communities are also organizing space programs locally. You can visit the Space Day website and list your school or community event. Space Day first got its start in 1997. Lockheed Martin started the day as part of an education program. Their goal is to use kids’ love for space to encourage student involvement in technology, math, and science. In 1997, Lockheed Martin also launched the Student Signatures in space program as a part of Space Day. This program allows elementary and middle school kids to send their signatures to space on a NASA(美国航天局) shuttle mission. Since 1997, over 2.5 million students from North America and in 32 other countries have participated! “In l0 years, there will be a major work force gap in technical industries if we do not strengthen the interest today’s young people have in math, science, technology and engineering,” said Bob Stevens, chairman of Lockheed Martin. 49. The underlined word “commemorates” in paragraph 2 could be replaced by ________. A. controls B. designs C. educates D. honors 50. It can be inferred from the passage that Lockheed Martin is ________. A. a man-made satellite launched to space in 1997 B. a program strengthening the interest of the kids in science C. a company involved in space research and development D. a company designing space shuttles for NASA 51. Which of the following statements is TRUE? A. The launch of the Sputnik satellite marked the start of Space Day. B. Space Day has a history of 50 years of the celebration. C. The Student Signatures is one of the events to be held in this year’s Space Day. D. Space Day is celebrated in many countries as well as America. 52. The purpose of promoting space education in kids is ________. A. to reserve(储备)strength for future space exploration B. to attract their attention to the space exploration C. to make them realize the importance of launching satellites D. to ask them for creative ways of solving space problems

When people lose legs after accidents or illnesses, emergency care and artificial limbs(假 肢) often allow them to walk again. Newts, 蝾螈) the same situation, on the other hand, can ( in grow limbs back on their own! Scientists have known for a long time that certain animals can re-grow limbs, but they haven’t quite figured out how these creatures do it.

Researchers have now come up with some new ideas. Their work may give people the ability to re-grow lost limbs. The researchers started with two simple experiments:when you cut a newt’s leg at the ankle, only the foot grows back;when you cut off a leg at the very end, the whole leg grows back. In both cases, the re-growth begins with stem cells. Stem cells can develop into nearly any type of cell in the body. How do a newt’s stem cells know when to grow only a foot and when to re-grow a whole leg? This question relates to another mystery. In newts, a cut-off leg will grow back only if the nerve bundle(神经束)in it also grows back , but if something prevents the nerve bundle from growing, the stem cells at the wound won’t re-grow a new leg. In its study, a British team focused on a protein called nAG. When the team prevented nerves in a limb from growing, but added the nAG protein to stem cells in the limb, the limb still re-grew. That protein seems to guide limb re-growth. People have proteins that are similar to nAG. Further research into these materials may someday help human limbs recover by themselves. 53. In the experiments, the researchers cut off a newt’s foot or leg to find out _____. A. what stem cells were B. whether they would grow back C. how long it would take to re-grow D. how they would re-grow 54. A newt will re-grow its leg if _____. A. its ankle was cut off but the nerve bundle was good B. its leg was cut off and the nerve bundle stopped growing C. its leg was cut off and the nerve bundle could grow back D. its ankle and the nerve bundle were cut off 55. What do the underlined words “these materials” refer to? A. Nerve bundles and proteins. B. Proteins similar to nAG. C. Stem cells and proteins. D. Stem cells and nerve bundles. 56. The first sentence of the passage _____. A. acts as a lead-in C. states the author’s opinion B. shows where researchers got their new ideas D. describes the result of researchers’ studies

The traditional tent cities at festivals such as Glastonbury may never be the same again. In a victory of green business that is certain to appeal to environmentally-aware music-lovers, a design student is to receive financial support to produce eco-friendly tents made of cardboard that can be recycled after the bands and the crowds have gone home. Major festivals such as Glastonbury throw away some 10,000 abandoned tents at the end of events each year. For his final year project at the University of the West of England, James

Dunlop came up with a material that can be recycled. And to cope with the British summer, the cardboard has been made waterproof. Taking inspiration from a Japanese architect, who has used cardboard to make big buildings including churches, Mr. Dunlop used cardboard material for his tents, which he called Myhabs. The design won an award at the annual New Designers Exhibition after Mr. Dunlop graduated from his product design degree and he decided to try to turn it into a business. To raise money for the idea, he toured the city’s private companies which fund new business and found a supporter in the finance group Mint. He introduced his idea to four of Mint’s directors and won their support. Mint has committed around ? 500,000 to MyHabs and taken a share of 30 per cent in Mr. Dunlop’s business. The first Myhabs should be tested at festivals this summer, before being marketed fully next year. Mr. Dunlop said that the design, which accommodates two people, could have other uses, such as for disaster relief and housing for the London Olympics. For music events, the cardboard houses will be ordered online and put up at the sites by the Myhabs team before the festival-goers arrive and removed by the company afterwards. They can be personalized and the company will offer reductions on the expense if people agree to sell exterior (外部的) advertising space. The biggest festivals attract tens of thousands of participants, with Glastonbury having some 150,000 each year. Altogether there are around 100 annual music festivals where people camp in the UK. The events are becoming increasingly environmentally conscious. 57. Mr. Dunlop established his business . A. independently with an interest-free loan from Mint B. with the approval of the City’s administration C. in partnership with a finance group D. with the help of a Japanese architect 58. It is implied in the passage that _______. A. the weather in the UK is changeable in summer B. most performances at British festivals are given in the open air C. the cardboard tents produced by Mr. Dunlop can be user-tailored D. cardboard tents can be easily put up and removed by users. 59. The passage is mainly concerned with . A. an attempt at developing recyclable tents B. some efforts at making full use of cardboards C. an unusual success of a graduation project D. the effects of using cardboard tents on music festivals 60. Which of the following would be the best title for the text?

A. Don’t Use Tents Again B. The Advantages of Tents C. How to Produce Tents D. The Development of Recyclable Tents 第二节:补全对话(共5小题;每小题1分) 根据对话情景和内容,从对话后所给的选项中选出能填入每一空白处的最佳选项,并 在答题卡上将该选项涂黑。选项中有两个为多余选项。 After getting a good grade on her history essay, Ellen talks to Shirley after class one day. Ellen: Shirley, can I talk to you for a minute? Shirley: 61 I have to dash to my next class. Ellen: 62 It’s about my history essay. Shirley: Oh, that. I hope you aren’t still having trouble with it. 63 Ellen: No, no! I handed it in on time and the professor just returned it to me. Thanks to you, I got a B+. That’s the best grade I’ve had on an essay this year! Shirley: 64 I’m glad you’re happy about it. Ellen: I am, Shirley. And to express my thanks, I’d like to give you something. Here. Shirley: 65 A. What a beautiful pen! Thank you! B. Sure, if it’s only a minute. C. It was due a while ago. D. History has always been your headache. E. Congratulations! F. You don’t need to thank me for that. G. This won’t take long.




第三部分 写作(共三大题,满分55分) 第一节 单词拼写(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分) 根据下列各句句意和空白之后的汉语提示,在答题卡指定区域的横线上写出对应单词的正确形式, 每空只写一词。 66. Old people should cross the road as _____(小心)as possible. 66. _____ 67. Boys and girls, please hand in your papers before June the ______ (三十). 67. _____ 68. What you said just now really hurt me, but I have _____(原谅)you. 68. _____ 69. Generally speaking, it is not polite to _____(盯着)at people. 69. _____ 70. We’ll never forget the _____(英雄)who lost their lives in the war. 70. _____ 71. Nobody can _____(分离) Taiwan from the mainland of China 71. _____ 72. The Red Cross is an _____(国际) organization helping people in need. 72. _____ rd 73. It is a milestone that China launched its 3 _____ (载人) spaceship last year. 73. _____ 74. On formal occasions, the Chinese people greet each other by _____(握)hands. 74. _____ 75. The _____(设备)of the photographic studio was expensive. 75. _____ 第二节 短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 15 分) 此题要求改正所给短文的错误。对标有题号的每一行作出判断:如无错误,在该行右边横线上画一 个勾(√) ;如有错误(每行只有一个错误) ,则按下列情况改正: 该行多一个词:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉;在该行右边横线上写出该词,并也用斜线划掉;该 行缺一个词:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧) ;在该行右边横线上写出该加的词;该行错一个词,在错 的词下划一个横线;在该行右边横线上写出改正后的词。注意:原行没有错误的不要改动。

The English Corner in Xingqing Park is where people go to practise their spoken English there. Every Sunday afternoon they gather around, talk with each other in English. Among them have students, teachers, doctors and so on. I first went to the English Corner when I was Junior Grade Two. I went there every Sunday but talked with some people in English. In the past three years I had never been absent. I’m sure I’ve made great progresses in my listening and speaking. Also we have made many friends there. It is really a good place. I hope many friends will join us. 第三节 书面表达(满分 30 分)

76. _____ 77. _____ 78. _____ 79. _____ 80. _____ 81. _____ 82. _____ 83. _____ 84. _____ 85. _____



据下列提示用英语写一篇发言稿,发表看法。 (1)你在日常生活中对物价上涨所了解的情况; (2)中学生在日常生活中应如何精打细算,节省开支; (3)呼吁同学们从小事做起,发扬节约的中华美德。(virtue 美德) 要求:1. 短文词数不少于 80(不含已写好的部分) 。 2. 内容充实,结构完整,语意连贯。 3. 书写须清晰、工整。 不要写出框外。

Dear boys and girls, It’s my great honor to make a speech here. Recently, some residents argue that they can’t tolerate the increasing prices.


西工大附中 2012 届第四次模拟考试 英 语 试 题 参 考 答 案
第一部分:英语知识运用(共三节, 满分 50 分)
语音辨音:1-5 CBDAD 单项填空:6-10 BADCA 11-15 DBCDB 16-20 CADCA 完型填空:21-25 CABDA 26-30 CCADA 31-35 DABCD

36-40 BADBC

阅读理解:41-44 CDAB 45-48 BADD 49-52 DCDA 53-56 DCBA 57-60 CCAD 完成对话: 61-65 BGCEA

第三部分:写作(共两节,满分 55 分)
单词拼写: 66. carefully/cautiously 67. thirtieth 68. forgiven 69.stare/gaze 70.heroes 71. separate 73.manned 74.shaking 短文改错: 76. ?; 77. English there → English; 78. talk → talking;/and talk 79. have → are; 80. Junior → in Junior; 81.but → and; 82. had → have; 83. progresses → progress; 84. we → I 85. many → more


Dear boys and girls, It’s my great honor to make a speech here. Recently, some residents argue that they can’t tolerate the increasing prices. Take food for example, the prices of meat as well as various vegetables, have risen sharply. It seems that money is flowing out of our pockets more quickly but silently. Although we middle school students feel less stressful than our parents do, we should also have a proper budget for our pocket money. For example, we can make the most of each exercise book and reuse some waste paper. Or we can also try to cut down our expenses on unnecessary magazines, CDs and so on. In a word, we can save money in many aspects in our daily life. All in all, saving money is a traditional Chinese virtue and it is especially necessary in this period. Thank you!




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