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第一部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分 40 分) 第一节 语法和词汇知识(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 1.----May I use your phone? I left mine at home ----_________________ A. Never mind B. By all means C. It?s a pleasure D. Don?t mention i t 2. There is no doubt that life today in China is much better than ______in the old days. A. those B. one C. it D. that 3. ----I haven?t seen Jack for days. ----I forgot to tell you. He fell ill last week and ______yet. A. doesn?t recover B. isn?t recovering C. hasn?t recovered D. didn?t recover 4. Only by practicing a lot _______our English well enough to communicate with foreigners. A. we can learn B. can we learn C. learn we D. we learn 5. One of our rules is that every student ______wear the school uniform while at school. A. might B. could C. shall D. will 6. News has been put forward _____more middle school graduates will be admitted into universities A. while B. that C. when D. what 7. ----What should we pay more attention to if we go camping in the mountains? ----Nothing special. Take a special pair of glasses _____the wind there is strong and cold. A. in case B. even if C. providing that D. so long as. 8. When the policeman stopped us, we all looked at him, _________ A. nervously and puzzled B. nervous and puzzling C. nervous and puzzled D. nervously and puzzling 9. With some books ______, he went into the bookstore on the way home. A. bought B. buying C. to be bought D. to buy 10. His years of hard work _______when MoYan was awarded the Nobel Prize for literature. A. showed off B. paid off C. put off D. took off 第二节 完型填空(共 20 小题,每小题 1.5 分;满分 30 分) If you want to stand out among people, there are no other choices but hard work. There was once a poor boy running to ask a smart and hard-working building contractor(承包商), who wore fine clothes. “How could I become as 11 as you are?” The contractor thought for a while, and told him a(an) 12 about three diggers. The first digger liked holding a spade(铁锹) without doing anything 13 saying that he would become a boss in the future. The second digger always liked 14 about the long-time work and his low salary. The third digger liked 15 working hard. And he was 16 digging without any claims. Several years later, only 17 digger became the boss of a building company. “Do you understand this story, my boy? Just go to work hard.” The boy looked puzzled. Then the boss continued, “You know, that is also 18 I managed to get where I am now. I once worked harder and 19 much better than others. Working harder with higher 20 than others, I was always the first one to work every day and the last one to leave. 21 was exactly my hard work that made myself stand out 22 all the workers. Soon my day came, and my boss 23 me and asked me to be his assistant. After I earned enough money, I also became a boss 24 .” Success can only be born in 25 . Working hard is all winners? 26 experience for making their 27 become true. The more we 28 from our hard work, the 29 importance we will attach to hard work. A good life needs action to achieve, so we must 30 our goals and start our journey right now. 11. A. fine B. rich C. hardworking D. smart 12. A. story B. experience C. lesson D. tale 13. A. and B. so C. or D. but 14. A. talking B. thinking C. complaining D. caring

15. A. hopefully B. frequently 16. A. buried in B. impressed with 17. A. the first B. the second 18. A. when B. why 19. A. dug B. performed 20. A. voices B. spirits 21. A. That B. This 22. A. with B. for 23. A. saw B. noticed 24. A. eventually B. naturally 25. A. words B. action 26. A. used B. dreamed 27. A. dreams B. successes 28. A. achieve B. value 29. A. better B. worse 30. A. set off B. set up 第二部分 阅读理解(满分 50 分)

C. thankfully C. crazy about C. the third C. whether C. developed C. salaries C. It C. among C. realized C. immediately C. promises C. shared C. journeys C. feel C. greater C. set about

D. quietly D. tired of D. the contractor D. how D. managed D. educations D. What D. from D. recognized D. completely D. determination D. limited D. careers D. see D. less D. set back

A. High School Teachers Needed North America Education International(NAEI) is an international education organization located in both the USA and China. NAEI has good relations with many educational partners throughout North America and China. We are now seeking teachers to teach in our International High School Programs in Foshan and Shenzhen. In these programs we offer advanced English language teaching and Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) preparation courses for those who have the plan to take further study in the US or Britain after leaving high school. Job description: 10-12 month contract(合同). 5-day working week (Monday-Friday). Up to 20 classes (40-45 minutes) per week. Small class sizes (5-15 students). 12,000RMB each moth (includes airfare). Five weeks? paid holidays (plus an extra week for each year of service if you choose to re-sign with us). Apartment with new furniture. Permit paperwork: school will pay all costs. What we seek: Bachelor’s degree(学士学位) or higher qualification. Teaching experience in TOEFL/IELTS/SAT preparation and / or US, UK, Australian, Canadian passport holders. We are also looking for teachers of Math, Biology, Chemistry and Physics. The following would be an advantage: Being in China and being available for a face-to-face meeting in either Wuhan or Shenzhen. Teaching experience in China (middle school ages and above). If you are interested in our programs and believe you can offer what we are looking for, we would be happy to receive your application. Please send your resume(简历), a copy of your passport, and a letter of reference from your last school to and more information about NAEI can be found at 31. Which of the following is NOT the reason why students study in the programs in Foshan or Shenzhen? A. They plan to study abroad. B. They wish to get a bachelor?s degree.

C. They want to learn advanced English. D. They want to prepare for SAT. 32. How many classes does a teacher probably have in a month in NAEI? A. About 20. B. About 40. C. About 80. D. About 120. 33. Who will most probably get the job? A. Those who have taught in America?s high schools. B. Those who have worked in China?s middle schools. C. Those who come from Shenzhen. D. Those who hold a Chinese passport. 34. In Which part of a newspaper can this text be found? A. Business. B. Travel. C. People. D. Advertisement. B. I received a call today asking if I would be willing to bring food to a family in need. The mother was having a major operation and would be lying down for several weeks. Of course, I responded with an immediate “Yes!”. As I planned the meal in my head, I reflected on how many times over the years I had been asked to prepare food. I have done so countless times with a very open heart. But the truly amazing thing is that I have received double over the course of my life. When my mother passed away, our house was filled with fresh dinners for weeks. A woman from the church of our community stopped by each evening with some food. The gift of food was her small way of trying to ease our pain. Later in my life, when I was on bed rest during my pregnancy with twins, women of the church again stepped in to help. They arranged babysitting for my two-year-old daughter, and brought lovely dinners to our house. Even when I was put in the hospital, my husband would bring cooked meals to my hospital room. How we relied on these dinners to feed my tired husband and young daughter. Food is all about comfort. It feeds our bodies, but it can also feed our souls. When you hear people talking about their favorite holidays, it usually includes their feelings connected with sharing food. I know that I will have many more opportunities in my lifetime to prepare food for others. It is truly a gift I want to prepare and deliver to someone in need. 35. The author has given lots of food to others because_______. A. she is poor at cooking. B. she is a church member. C. she is friendly to others. D. she has received others? food. 36. We can learn from the first paragraph that the author________. A. had to stay in bed for several weeks B. knew the family in need very well C. was glad to be able to lend a hand D. was tired of preparing food 37. Which of the following is TRUE about the author? A. Her mother died when she was in hospital. B. She didn?t get enough food during her pregnancy. C. She received food as well as comfort in her hard times. D. She thinks offering food is the best way to show love. 38. According to the passage, which of the following conclusion can we get? A. A good beginning makes a good ending. B. One good turn deserves another. C. Actions speak louder than words. D. Every man has his faults. C. Nervous suspects(嫌疑犯) in Britain?s newest police station may feel a bit more relaxed by a pleasant yellow color on the door. If they are to confess a crime(坦白罪行), the blue one on the wall may help. Gwent Police have given up colors such as grey and brown in the 20th-century police cells(牢房) and have used color psychology to decorate them. Ystrad Mynach station has four cells with glass doors for prisoners who suffer from the complete loneliness. Designers have painted the frames yellow, which researchers say is a calming color. Other cells have a royal blue line because the color can encourage truthfulness.

The station has 31 cells, including 12 with a “live scan” system for drunken prisoners, which watches the rise and fall of their chests. An alarm sounds if a prisoner?s breathing stops and goes on ringing until the door is opened. Designers and psychologists have worked for years on color. It is said that blue means trust, duty, coolness and calmness. It also means coldness and unfriendliness. Strong blues are believed to help people think clearly and lighter; softer colors will calm the mind. Yellow is linked with self-respect and friendliness. Get the color wrong and it could cause fear, depression(压抑) and worry, but the right yellow can lift spirits and self-respect. Ingrid Collins, who has been doing the experiments about the effects of color, said color was an “energy force”. She said, “Blue is of some help to communication but I?m not sure whet her it is helpful to truthful communication.” Yellow works on the mind, she said. Red, on the other hand, should never be considered because it could increase aggression(攻击). Mrs. Collins praised the designers for using colors in the cells. Gwent is not the first British force to experiment with color to calm down or make prisoners co-operate. In the 1990s, Strathclyde Police used pink in the cells after they studied the result of the research carried out by American scientists. 39. Which colors have been given up at Gwent police cells nowadays? A. Pink and red. B. Yellow and green. C. Blue and dark. D. Grey and brown. 40. What can make police officers know that someone stops breathing? A. Scanning equipment. B. Royal blue lines. C. Glass doors. D. Yellow frames. 41. We can learn from the passage that _______. A. yellow helps make prisoners suffering from loneliness calm down B. grey and brown have not been used to decorate cells in the world now C. American scientists are the first to try on color to calm down prisoners D. Ingrid Collins doesn?t believe that blue can help truthful communication 42. What could be the best title of the passage? A. Yellow and Blue—Two Best Colors B. The Use of Color Psychology in Cells C. Scientific Ways to Watch Prisoners D. Different Social Functions of Colors D Could you get away from the Internet today and not go online again for 12 months? For many of us, the answer is probably an emphatic “No!”—the Internet has become part of our life and we have a hard time without it. But Paul, a 26-year-old writer at The Verge, a technology website, just did the seemingly impossible: he survived a year without the Internet. Beginning on Oct. 30, 2011, he didn?t read e-mail, type a word into Google or download a single app. He lived his entire year offline in hope of finding out more about himself and focusing on other activities. But on November 1, 2012, Paul turned on the Wi Fi on his laptop and i-Pad. “I was wrong,” he began. His article is titled “I?m still here: back online after a year without the Internet.” At first, the was encouraged to “stop and smell the flowers by a new friend he made at the beginning of his Internet-free adventure”. And that is what he intended to do. He described the first months of 2011 as full of surprising events: real life meetings, bike rides and reading. Besides, his relationships with his family got closer. He visited his brother?s family instead of using Facebook to communicate with them. But as the months went by, Paul “had learned how to make a new style of wrong choices off the Internet”. The learning and creativity turned into social retreat(隐退). Instead of reading and writing, he started playing video games for hours on his sofa. He missed some of his Facebook and long-distance friends. “I fell out of the flow of life.” he wrote, “The experiment was a failure. My plan was to leave the Internet and therefore find the ?real? Paul and contact the ?real? world, but the real Paul and the real world are always connected to the Internet. Not to say my life wasn?t different without the Internet, jus that it wasn?t real life. The Internet is where people are.” 43. The underlined word “emphatic” means doing or saying something ______. A. in a definite way B. with great interest C. in a delighted manner D. without a clear attitude

44. Paul decided to spend a year offline because _______. A. he wanted to have more adventure in his life B. he was tired of sitting in front of his computer all day C. he wanted to discover more about himself and the world D. he missed his long-distance friends and his family members 45. What happened after Paul stopped using the Internet in the first months? A. He spent all the time reading and meeting people. B. He became interested in adventures around the world. C. He played computer games and did some experiments. D. He improved his relationships with his family members. 46. We can conclude from the passage that Paul has realized that ______. A. the Internet has become part of our life today B. an Internet-free life is a healthier life C. there is no need to contact the real world D. without the Internet, one can enjoy life better E Does the Yangtze River still have baiji(白鳍豚), the graceful, grey dolphin with tiny eyes and a long narrow beak? Since November 6, a team of scientists from China, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, the United States, Germany and Japan had been searching for any sign of the freshwater dolphin in the middle and lower sections of the river. After six weeks, they came back empty-handed. Wang Ding, head of the team, said he had seen a sharp drop in the baiji population over the past few decades. However, he was still unwilling to call the species ex tinct and added, “We will try every effort to save them as long as they are not found to be extinct.” As one of the world?s oldest dolphin species, the baiji is shy and nearly blind. It dates back about 20 million years and is found only in the Yangtze River. It?s listed as one of the 12 most endangered animal species in the world. Around 400 baiji were believed to be living in the Yangtze until the 1980s. In 1997, a survey spotted 13. Two years later their number was down to zero. The rapid disappearance of this dolphin over the past two decades coincided(巧合) with the rapid expansion of economic development along the river. Researchers on some dead baiji collected in recent years showed that more than 90 percent of the deaths were caused by human activities. One reason is that over-fishing has cut the dolphin?s food sources. Dams built along the river and neighbouring waterways have also kept them from swimming into and out of their habitats. Meanwhile, waste discharge(排放) has seriously polluted the river. And heavy river traffic has greatly reduced their living space. The disappearance of the baiji would be the first case of a large aquatic(水生的) mammal being driven to extinction since hunting killed off the monk seal around 1952. 47. This passage mainly tells us _______. A. the fact that Baiji is in danger and the reason why its number reduces B. people are trying efforts to save Baiji as long as they find them C. human activities have caused 90 percent of Baiji?s deaths D. how serious the pollution is long the Yangtze River 48. It is known from the passage that _____. A. scientists from foreign countries have searched for Baiji for 6 years B. Baiji is a large aquatic mammal which is in danger of extinction C. Baiji becomes endangered all because of human?s activities D. there are 12 endangered species altogether in the world 49. We can infer from the passage that _______. A. riverside constructions have affected the living environment of animals B. Baiji is one of the world?s oldest species and lives longer than humans C. it is the waste discharge that has poisoned Baiji in Yangtze River D. nowadays scientists are no longer able to save Baiji at all

50. This passage is most probably taken from ______. A. a student?s diary B. a tour guidebook C. a Biology textbook D. a science magazine 第二节 补全对话(共 5 小题:每小题 2 分, 满分 10 分) ----Good morning, Sir. Can you help me? ----____51______ ----My daughter is missing. I can?t find her anywhere. ----Ok, calm down. I am going to help you to find her.____52______? ----About one hour ago. At 4 o?clock, perhaps. I?ve been looking for her for almost an hour now. ----____53_____ ----We were just shopping in the vegetable section. I turned around and she was gone. ----What was her name? ----Melissa. M-E-L-I-S-S-A. She?s only five. She doesn?t speak Spanish. ----OK. What does she look like ----She has dark brown hair. _____54_______ ----Don?t worry. ____55_________ ----What Should I do? ----Stay right at the front of the door in case she comes looking for you. And we will start look for her now. ----Thanks a lot. ----My pleasure A. Everything is going to be Ok. B. How long ago did she go missing C. Let me help you D. And where did you last see her? E. What?s wrong? F. She is thin and small for her age. G. What was she doing? 第三部分:写作(共三节,满分 60 分) 第一节 阅读表达 (每题2分,共10分 ) Having good manners is seen by many people as a sign of cultural understanding and good taste. Knowing about the good manners of different countries is interesting and very useful. Good manners are not only about the way we talk, but also about all other things we do when we communicate with other people. When meeting people, Westerners usually shake hands. Americans and northwestern Europeans expect a strong handshake, and some shake hands for several seconds. If your hand is wet or very weak, that is a bad sign. People in East Europe and some Arab countries embrace and kiss each other, while the people in Thailand put their hands together before their nose and lower their head and eyes. When Spanish people talk to you , they like standing very close to you .When you are walking on the street , they will often stop and look right into your eyes while talking . British people stand quite far away from you while talking , as they don't like people to come too close. When visiting the house of Americans or Europeans it is polite to look at their books , paintings and small objects in the living room. It is also thought to be a sign of good taste to say something nice about those things. However, in the Middle East , you should never do that. Saying that you like a painting or other things in their house will give your Arab host the feeling that they must give it to you. With Indians you should never use your left hand for greeting, eating, drinking or smoking. In Thailand, when people meet, they put their hands together before their nose and lower their head and eyes. 56. What?s the text mainly about? (Within 8 words) 57. What should you do if you meet an American? (Within 6 words) 58. How do British people behave while talking to you? (Within 8 words) 59. What does the underlined word “that” in paragraph 4 refers to? (Within 12 words) 60. In which country must people use their hand to eat? (1 word)

铭仁园中学 2014 高三下学期第一次月考
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56. What?s the text mainly about? (Within 8 words) _______________________________________________________ 57. What should you do if you meet an American? (Within 6 words) _______________________________________________________ 58. How do British people behave while talking to you? (Within 8 words) ___________________________________________________________ 59. What does the underlined word “that” in paragraph 4 refers to? (Within 12 words) ____________________________________________________________ 60. In which country must people use their hand to eat? (1 word) ___________________________________________________________ 第二节: 短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) Several days ago, my classmates and I visited to the Cincinnati School for the Blind and Deaf. We had party with some of the student there and had a wonderful time. I met a girl at the party. She

couldn?t speak or hear, so we “talked” by writing on each other hands. When saying goodbye, she writes on my hand, “Please come here as often as possible.” Many people are concerning about disabled people and give her money. However, I think which we should do is to communicate with them rather than give money. If you want to help disabled people, making friends with them and visit them regularly. Nothing is much important than friendship. 第三节:书面表达(满分 35) 江苏省提出高考改革方案,英语可能不再计入高考总分。某英文报就此征集文章。请你 写一篇短文,包括下列内容要点: 1.赞成的理由:英语降温,有利于其它科目,减轻负担; 2.反对的理由:影响英语教学;不利于长远发展; 3.你的观点和两条理由。 注意: 1.词数 120 左右;开头已经给出,不计入总词数。 2.可以适当增加细节,不可逐字翻译; 3.参考词汇:高考 the college entrance examination Recently Jiangsu Provinces has made a plan to reform its college entrance examination. _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________



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