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德阳市高 2015 届高三一诊考试

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第一部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分 40 分) 第一节单项填空(共 l0 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 l0 分) 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出可以填人空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 1.-Darling, how many colle

agues did you meet at the pity? A. Nothing B. No one C. None D. Nobody 2.-Where did you get to know Peter? -It was on the pitch we were playing soccer. A. where B. that C. which D. when 3.I can't stand around chatting - I've got _ things to do this miming. A. a million B. million C. a million of D. millions 4. Clearly, he doesn't have a plan, he would have said something. A. but B.unless C. so D. or 5. Travelers show their documents when they maven. A.would B. can C. must D. may 6. After recovering from his illness. A. get off B. get on C.get away from D.get hack to 7. Ella has been comparing about the traffic her awake at night. A. keep B. to keep C. keeping D. kept 8. I walked slowly to the teacher's office wondering A. which B. why ' C. where D. who 9. -Hi, Charlie, you look tired. -I am tired. I the fence all day.she decided to talk with me A. punted B. had painted C. have been paining D. have painted 10. -What are you up to these days, Debby? A. Same as ever B. Don't mention it C. The same to you D. Not too bad 第二节完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A.B.C 和 D)中,选出可以填人空白 处的 最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该选项涂黑。 Christmas was always an amazing time in my home when l was growing up. My parents were

not rich, but they were always _11 when it came to giving us presents. Every year, they 12 a Christmas Eve party and gave all the kids in the neighborhood presents 13 . One year when was eight years old,1 was hoping that would 14 a bike for Christmas.I made it clear in every way knew to my 15 .Left hints all over the place. On the Christmas miming, all the kids received presser after present . 16 we got to the end of presents,1 was very 17 .There was no bike for me.I cried, "Is that all?" The moment 18 it, I knew had made a big 19.After my parents worked so hard, 20 could complain that I did not receive a bike when I had received so many other things? My father 21 and went outside. He came back wheeling fife bicycle that they had been 22 to give me after all the osier presents were 23 .At that time, I felt even 24 Lean before.How could ever enjoy after fiat? My parents 25 me to think about how felt the moment saw that had 26

received the bike. They told me to remember that 27 that l would never repeat that mistake and feel that way again. In the four years after that, at fife 28 of all the presents given, my father _29 ask me what had to say to everyone.It had become a family _30 .1 would always say, "Is that all?" But what really meant was "Thank you so much".And everyone knew that.

第二部分:阅读理解(共两节,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 题卡上将该项涂黑。 (共 20 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 40 分) A The Saturday Even Post 2015 Great American unction Contest is underway! In ills nearly three centuries of existence, The Saturday Evening Post , a bimonthly magazine, has published short fiction by a who's who of American authors including F. Scott Fitzgerald, William Faulkner, Anne Tyler, Kurt Vonnegut, Jar.Ray Bradbury, Louis Lamoure, Sinclair Lewis,

Jack London, and Edgar Allan Poe. You have the pouty Lo join our excellent line - up by entering The Saturday Evening Post's Third Annual Create American Fiction Contest. The winning story will be published in fife Jan/Feb 2015 edition of The Saturday Evening Post, and the author will receive a $ 500 payment.Five runners - up will each receive a $ 100 cash payment and will also have their stories published online. Submission(授稿) Guidelines ● Stories must be between l,500 and 5,000 words in length. O All stories must be submitted by the author, and previously unpublished (not including personal websites and blogs) . ● No extreme manatee or grapple sex scenes. O All stories must be submitted online in Microsoft Word format with the author's name, address, telephone number, and email address on the rarest page. O Entries should be character or plot - driven pieces in any genre(俸裁)of fiction.flunk local.The Post has historically played a role in defining what it means to be an American. Your story should in some way touch upon the publication' s mission: Celebrating; America, past, present, and future. ● There is a $ 10 entry fee, which helps cover a potion of the cost of operating the contest. ● All entries must be received electronically hay July l, 2014. Check here to view the winners of the 2014 Great American Fiction Contest Click here to view the winners of the 2013 Great American Fiction Contest 31. We can loam from the passage, The Saturday Eve rung Post A. has played an impotent Prut in American hist00 B. came into being as early as the 18th century C. is a magazine published every month D. holds the contest every two years 32. According to the requirements, the entries A. must reflect American society B. should be sent by post or engulf C. should have at least 5,000 words D. mustn't have ever appeared on blog 33. How much money canal the prize winners make in all by entering the contest? A. $900. B. $940. C. $1.000. D. $1,060 34. What do we know about the 2015 contest? A. It will last until the end of 2014. B. It will only allows famous writers to take part. C. The participants can enter the contest for free. . D. Only the winning stories wiz be published in the magazine. B (The Duly Mail) David Thomas failed all Lush moths exams and left school wife no qualification ions, yet this 30 - year - old fire - fighter has just gone into the Guinness Book of Records by racy-ting from memory 22,500 digits of the mathematical constant, purr. After five months of truing, in which he spent ten hours a day memorizing a tauter of a mil-lion digits, David Thomas took part in a 16 - hour mental battle.Witnesses watched in awe as

Thomas set a new European record, reaming the tide Most Powerful Memory in the We stem Hemi-sphere David says, "When I was at school I was hopeless.I could' t remember any lung, but now I can remember more facts than anyone in Europe." So how does Thomas do it? "One night I was watching a TV programmed about an interview with a man called Dominic O'Brien, who had been the world memory champion five times.He used to be a gambler, and he wasn't ancillary successful until he developed his own mnemonics, or mental memory aid, for each card in order to remember which cards had already been dealt and which ones hadn't. " Thomas became fascinated by O' Brien' s theory that anyone can improve their memory hay using specialized techniques.These techniques involve linking everything to fusilier people or objects."If you want to remember a phone number for example, you have to give the numbers life. Sometimes I associate a number with a person.Number lo for me is always the Prime Mouser (who lives at number 10 Downing Street) ," explained David.If David is trying to remember facts he. links them to an image."For instance, if was trying to memorize the name 'Tom Cruise' , I would think of his film Top Can, and that leads me to images of guns and cruise missiles." David is soon going to appear on TV's Record Breakers, and talus week he is teaching memory training and speed - writing at Huddlers field University.His fees are ~ 600 a day.He is sure that the future holds a lot more for him than a job as a fire - fighter. 35. We loam that before setting a new European record, Thomas A. liked playing cards C. believed he could succeed B. trained hard in memory D. received a good school education 36. Why did O'Brien develop his own mnemonics? A. To become a world memory champion. . B. To win money while playing cards. C. To prove he had a good memory. D. To defeat David Thomas. 37. What do Thomas's tech request involve? A. Linking everything to familiar people or objects. B. Spending ten hours a day memorizing stuff. C. Remembering a number in a vivid context. D. Associating a fact with a person. 38. Which of fife following is true? A. A person's ability of memorizing stuff is reflected in his studies. B. A person with a powerful memory can alcove success easily. C. Thomas' powerful memory has brow him faunae and wealth. D. Thomas' memory is more powerful than O'Brien' s C Road congestion costs drivers billions of dollars every year due to wasted gas and be.In addition, traffic on roads results in increased engine idle; and unnecessary emission of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere.Some of the major rea8ons for road congestion are

narrow streets, accidents, parking on roads due to shortage of parking facilities, avoidance of public transportation and more private vehicles.Traffic congestion can have stressful effects on commute(上下班往返), fife economy and the environment. Are there any solutions? Use public transportation, such as nuns, trams, hoses and taxis. These modes of transport carry a large number of people at one time and greedy reduce the number of cars on the road.More- over, it will save you from driving stress, save time and help the environment. If you have an empty seat in your car, consider car pooling by finding other people who might be headed to a destination near yours. This will not only help reduce traffic congestion, but also joule expenses.In addition, it will decrease driving stress as each person would get a break from driving.This is also environmentally ~friendly and a sustainable way to travel as it would reduce car- hon. emissions. By raising gasoline taxes, the movement would have extra funds to construct lug ways, subways and alterative roads. Moreover, it will also reduce congestion as commuters would find it cheaper to use other modes such as a pools and public transportation. Introduction of road toll would also help reduce congestion. Road tolls requires commuters to pay a fee for using the testicular road. This will encourage commuters to use other modes where they would not have to pay this fee every day. While commuting, keep your radio on so that you can stay informed about all live traffic updates aired. Avoid using roads that are already congested due to accidents or other reasons.This will help reduce congestion to some extent. 39.What's the best the of this passage? A. Methods of retracing traffic congestion B. Solutions to decrease traffic problem’s C. How to manage car traffic service D. How to control the number of cars 40.What does the underlined phrase "car pooling" A. Reducing the use of private cars. B. Caning as many persons as possible. C. Shang private cars would commuting. D. Making every possible use of car space. 41. We can loam from the passage that raising gasoline taxes and road taxes both A. help to limit the use of private vehicles B. encourage people to use cheaper valueless C. enable the government to exam money easily D. force commuters to pay money for using roads 42. It can be incensed from the passage that A. drivers should stop their engines when in traffic jam B. using public transportation makes people more relaxed C. strict Affric Niles should be made to reduce traffic jam D. leistering to radio while driving keeps people more awake Imagine if you could have any house you wanted.Money is no.object.You can place the house anywhere in the world and you can build the house from any materials you wish. What would that house look like? What would be the color and texture of the walls, the shape of the rooms, and the quality of the light?

Carl Jung said: "When I was a could, I dreamed of a house shaped like a ring.Rooms would be arranged in a ring around a central courtyard, and the courtyard would have a glass roof, a steamy climate, and unusual birds. All windows in this house would look inward at the courtyard. No windows would look outward at the outside world. This was an introverted (肉 句型的) , perhaps proud, house. As I aged, my dream house reshaped itself. Instead of an inner courtyard, it developed sociable porches(走廊) and big bay windows. The house of my dreams reflected who I was becoming. " For the psychologist Carl Jung, holding a house was a symbol of building 8 self.In his autobiographical Memories, Dreams, Reflections, Jung described the gradual evolution of his home on Lake Zurich.Jung spent more than tutee years building this castle - like stricture, and he believed that the towers and windows represented his soul. Clare Cooper Marcus acid, " Can we know more about who we are by looking at where we live?" Clare Cooper Marcus, a Professor of Architecture at the Uruversity of Caledonia in Berkeley, has written widely about the relationship between homes and the people who occupy them.Her book House as a Mirror of Self explores the meaning of " Home" as a place of self expression, as a place of growing, and as a place of sociability.Marcus spent years looking at people' s drawings of memo-rabble childhood places. If the houses we live in are so significant, what about fife houses we inane? What do our wishes say about who we are? 43. Which question does the writer really try to answer? A. Do the houses we imagine reflect who we are? B. What would our Wag native houses look like? C. What kind of houses would you like to live in? D. Do you like to dream of a house of your own? 44. What does the underlined part Money is no object mean? A. Money is nil one of the building materials. B. You have extra money to build your house. C. It's impossible to collect enough money. D. You ran use as much money as possible. 45. We can loam that when he grew up, Carl Jung liked to _ A. move about B. make friends C. stay alone D. have dreams 46. Which of the following is Lure? A. Carl Jung bulk a house himself in his childhood. B. Carl Jung's dream house changed as he changed. C. Cooper Marcus can recognize a house's owner easily. D. Cooper Marcus' s book involves people’s relationship E (Reuters)The Thunderbird is one of the most readily recognized creatures of American Indian mythology.While the vast majority of biologists cleave the Thunderbird myth to be nothing more than a spiritual symbol, sump, zoologists believe that the hard may actually exist. I still vividly recall seeing an impossibly large raptor(锰禽)when I was few years old, which a few people have said’ might be the Thunderbird.Standing in my grandmother' s back yard in

Ala- bema, I recall watching an enormous hark bird with a swallow - like tail faying directly over me from an oak tree. Its wingspan seemed to be at least three times my height, which would have mace it at least fortiori feet across. While the early childhood mem00' is often unreliable, I clearly remember the details of the "Thunderbird". To this very day, I sometimes stand on my grandmother' s yard, eyeballing the old oak tree, but I have not yet seen another bird that resembles the giant bird. I have seen eagles, and hawks - but never another Thunderbird. Other modem sightings of what may have been then derris have also occurred.In 1977, three boys were playing in a neighborhood in Illinois. They reported that two large birds chased after them. One of the boys was attacked and suffered somewhat serious injuries, He was carried a few feet off the ground, before the bircl dropped him and disappeared into the wilderness. Several people interviewed '血 e boys and their story remained the same, even under the pressure. the description of the birds somewhat matched the Andean condor (秃鹰) ; however, these massive condors have never been known to exist in the United States. A Johor sighting came in 2002, in Alaska, when many people reported seeing a bird with a fourteen - foot wingspan.After acing investigated, it was finally concluded that the bird was mo likely a particularly large sea eagle, which typically has a wingspan of six to eight fickle. I will probably never know what the strange -looking giant bird from the oak tree was, and bi zoologists will probably never be able to fully confirm the identity of the giant raptors spotted in [llanos and Alaska. If the Thunderbird does indeed exist, it will probably continue to remain mysterious. 47. What's the best title for the passage7 A. A massive bird spotted in America B. Could the thunderbird actually exist? C. Some strange birds sighed by people D. Sea eagle, condor, raptor or thunderbird? 48. What can be leant from the passage? A. Three Thunderbirds have been witnessed so far. B. The Thunderbird are similar to sea eagles in size. C. Three boys were injured hay the Thunderbird in 1977, D. The huge bird left a deep impression upon the author. 49. The underlined word "eyeballing" in Paragraph 3 can be best A, shouting at B. facing C. looking at D. shaking 50. How is the passage mainly organized? A.By going examples. B. By following time order, replaced by C. By making comparisons. D. By presenting a general idea. 笫二节补全对话(共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) 根据对话内容, 从对话后的选项中选出能填人空白处的最佳选项, 并在答题卡上将该项 涂 黑。选项中有两项为多余选项。

第二卷(非选择题共 60 分)
第三部分:写作(共三节,满分 60 分) 第一节阅读表达(共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) 阅读下面短文并回答问题, 然后将答案写到答题卡指定的位置上 (请注意问题后的间数 要求) 。 In 1998, R&B singer Monica sang "The Boy Is Mine" with Brandy.The talk rather Crummy award and a thriving(蒸蒸日上) music career, but the music was silenced when Monica s boyfriend took his own life.Monica cold her story of cragged and achievement cues1,lly-wood's Billy Bush. “He actually committed suicide (自杀) in his vehicle while we were together," Monica told Billy. She tried desperately to stop him buy she couldn't.Nearly three years ago, the 19 - vicar – old Monica watched helplessly her boyfriend, Jarvis Weems, shot himself in the head at the Atlanta cemetery where his brother was buried.Moments later, he died in Monica's arms. “He said he was going to be with his brother and he got in his car," explained Monica. “Infelt something was wrong and that I yielded to go there.” “You see him there and he'8 got a gun in his lap.What are’ you thinking a this paw?" asked Billy. "Until the last second when he looked at me and basically removed me from his lap, I felt like he was going to live.I felt like he was going to be here.”said Monica. At the time, Monica was on the fast Quack to stardom. She sold six moon albums and won the Crummy. Deep in sorrow, she put her career on hold. When asked who helped her get trough the tragic time, Monica told Billy:” I have a strong belief in Cod.That's the one thing that kept rune going. My family was Here and my best friend came to the scene before the police even arrived. ”

Superstar Whitney Houston also helped Maraca through the tough time. "We really became friends through the death of Jarvis.1 was afraid during that time and she comforted me,." said Mona-ca. Nearly three years later, at age 22, Monica is back on track. She has a new boyfriend 一 though she won't reveal his identity - and on June 17 she'll release new album Utley“ After the Storm” . 56. Why was Monica's music was once silenced?(no mare than5 words) 57. How did Monica's former boyfriend cobnut suicide? (no more than 6 words) 58. Why did Monica accompany Jarvis to the Adana cemetery? (no more than 7 words) 59. How long did i£take for Monica's life to rectum to normal? (no more than 4 words) 60. What helped Monica get through the tragedy besides his belief? (no more than 8 words) 第二节短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 15 分) 请你改正下面短文中的错误。文中共有 10 处语言错误,每句中最多有两处。每处错误 仅涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。 增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(A) ,并在其下面写出该加的词。 删除:把多余的词用斜线(、 )划掉。 修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。 注意: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。 3,请在答题卡上指定的地方作答。 Indices and gentlemen, it’s my honor to be here to making a speech in English. Today what I' m going to share 娃 with you is: always haw, a dream. You should be dreamer yourself. If you don' t have a dream.a plan and a wish, how can you know where you' re going? Maybe some of your creams are unrealistic, but as long as you Worked hank, your dreams can be realized some days. Dreams, on the one hand, is not costly: they don't cots’ some money. Even the poorest person on the world can have creams.On the other hand, they are expensive, for you have to work terribly hard to make come true. Always lave a dream, ray friends. 第二节书面表达(满分 35 分) 假设你是李冬,你的朋友新西兰交换生 Nick 约你一起喝茶,而你却因故失约。现在请 你根据以下要点,用英语给他发一封 E - mail 道歉: 1.表达你对失约的心情: 2.解释忘记约定的原因; 3.拟回请她吃饭的理由; 4.川菜馆的地点和特色; 5.何时何地接她去餐馆。 注意:1.词数 120 左右; 2.可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。 3.开头语和结束语已为你写好(不计人总词数) 。 4.参考词汇:川菜馆 Sichuan - style restaurant Dear Nick,



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