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审题: 吴岚 刘蓉 张兰英 陈燕玲
温馨提示：本试题卷分四个部分，包括听力理解、语言知识运用、阅读和书面表达共 10 页。 时量 120 分钟。满分 150 分。 PartⅠListening Comprehension (30 marks) Section A (22.5 marks) Directions: In this section, you will hear six conversations between two speakers. For each conversation, there are several questions and each question is followed by three choices marked A, B and C. Listen carefully and then choose the best answer for each question. You will hear each conversation TWICE. Example: When will the magazine probably arrive? A. Wednesday. B. Thursday. C. Friday. The answer is B. Conversation 1 1. How many days has the man got for his vacation? A. 10 days. B. 25 days. 2. What’s the main reason for the man’s vacation? A. Climbing the mountains. B. Going fishing and swimming. Conversation 2 3. When will the party begin? A. At 7:45 p.m. B. At 8:15 p.m. 4. How will the man probably go to the party? A. By bus. B. By taxi. Conversation 3 5. What can we know about Susan? A. She used to be a teacher. B. She was the man’s classmate. 6. Where does the man work? A. In a school. B. At a hotel. Conversation 4 7. Why aren’t the old newspapers allowed to throw away? A. They are important. B. They are interesting. 8. What is the man doing now? A. Reading the newspaper. B. Cleaning the reading room. 9. What is the probable relationship between the two speakers? A. Father and daughter. B. Teacher and student. Conversation 5 10. What color is the coat the woman buys? A. Blue. B. Gray. 11. Why does the woman change the first coat? A. It’s too expensive. B. It’s a bit small. 12. How much will the woman pay in total? A. $288. B. $218. Conversation 6 13. Who are the two speakers? A. Mike and Tyler. B. Ron and Tyler. 14. Why do they come here? A. To give a lecture. B. To meet an old friend. 15. What seems to be the man’s major field?
C. 20 days. C. Relaxing themselves.
C. At 8:00 p.m. C. By car.
C. She is a writer. C. In a library.
C. They may be recycled. C. Watching TV.
C. Boss and assistant.
C. White. C. It’s too large. C. $506.
C. Ron and Mike. C. To attend a conference.
Section B (7.5 marks) Directions: In this section, you will hear a short passage. Listen carefully and then fill in the numbered blanks with the information you have heard. Fill in each blank with NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS. You will hear the short passage TWICE. News About Late Pop Singer Yao Beina The age of her death The 17 of her death Her corneas (眼角膜） Her music career The factors of breast cancer ☆passed away when she was ☆died of breast cancer ☆had them 18 16
☆attended the 19 in 2013 ☆became famous for singing a TV song ☆child birth at a late age, 20 and irregular medical checks
Part ⅡLanguage Knowledge (45 marks) Section A (15 marks) Directions: Beneath each of the following sentences there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one answer that best completes the sentence. 21. Mom, could you lend me a few dollors until I _____ on Monday? A. get paid B. got paid C. will get paid D. had got paid 22. There are as many as five student clubs in our school. You can join _____ intresets you most. A. whatever B. whichever C. whenever D. wherever 23. If you have your kid _____ so badly, he may not get along well with others. A. to behave B. behaves C. behaving D. behaved 24. Though the number of Japanese army was _____ that of our Eighth Route Army, they lost the battle in that mountainous village. A. as large twice as B. twice as large as C. large as twice as D. as twice large as 25. Tom was sorry to learn that his grandfather _____ for half an hour when he got to the hospital. A. had died B. had been dead C. died D. has been dead 26. — I’ve never seen you so rude! — I _____ something I shouldn’t have, but I didn’t mean that. A. have said B. had said C. did say D. was saying 27. Little did the teacher imagine that a student good at maths _____ have failed in the exam. A. might B. should C. need D. would 28. Almost every teenager will experience a period in their life _____ they aren’t content with their parents . A. when B. where C. that D. which 29. _____ in charge of two classes made Mrs. Li, head of Senior Grade 3, extremely tired. A. Leaving B. Left C. Being left D. Having left 30. Some hard-working students always keep a torch in their domitories _____ there is a power failure. A. if B. unless C. so that D. in case 31. More than one doctor _____ involved in the rescue that took place after the earthquake. A. was B. is C. were D. are 32. With the exam ______ in ten minutes, they were asked to hand in their mobile phones. A. taken place B. taking place C. having taken place D. to take place 33. The class teacher was anxious to hear one of his top students _____ because of family move. A. will leave B. is leaving C. was leaving D. has left 34. I _____ through the hard time but for my teacher ’s generous and timely help. A. couldn’t have gone B. could go C. mustn’t have gone D. hadn’t gone
35. You are hardworking and surely most of you _____ a college admission notice by the end of September this year. A. will receive B. will be receiving C. will be received D. will have received Section B (18 marks) Directions: Beneath each of the following sentences there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one answer that best completes the sentence. Leaving for work one morning, I noticed that my newspaper hadn’t been delivered yet. Since I always took it to work, it 36 me that I would have to stop at the store and pick one up. I was already running late, but figured I could make it if I hurried. It was putting me in a 37 mood. As I pulled into the parking lot of the 38 to get a newspaper, I noticed a young man in a wheelchair who seemed to be 39 with his wheelchair. “I’m sure he’s all right”, I thought, “or if he’s not, someone else will help him.” 40 by the customers and cars that were passing him by, I guessed they were thinking the 41 thing. I got out and walked over to see what the 42 was. “Is there anything I can do?” I asked. I noticed he wasn’t able to 43 , and was still struggling with the wheelchair. I 44 at the wheelchair and noticed that the clamp(夹锁) holding the electronic keyboard and chair controls had 45 loosened, causing the equipment to slip down, out of his reach. I pulled it back into 46 . His hand pulled over to the keyboard and he hit a single key. An electronic voice said, “Thank you.” I felt a wave of gratitude come over me. I was truly blessed to have the physical 47 that allowed me to live a normal life. The young man helped me gain a new way of thinking in life. 36. A. annoyed B. ignored C. permitted D. avoided 37. A. guilty B. curios C. bad D. good 38. A. office B. store C. library D. station 39. A. comparing B. living C. struggling D. playing 40. A. Judging B. Waiting C. Attracted D. Interrupted 41. A. particular B. happy C. same D. strange 42. A. accident B. trouble C. comment D. surprise 43. A. share B. deliver C. move D. speak 44. A. look up B. look down C. come down D. hold up 45. A. gradually B. luckily C. suddenly D. obviously 46. A. space B. form C. place D. shape 47. A. gratitude B. attitude C. manner D. ability Section C (12 marks) Directions: Complete the following passage by filling in each blank with one word that best fits the context. I have found that spreading kindness is not always about 48 you do for someone, but it can also be what you say. One day I was standing in line at the gas station. Ahead of me were 49 other people. 50 of them had a smile on their face and they all seemed to be in a hurry .After the cold ,snowy winter, we were having a warm, sunny day. I wanted to cheer them up, so I spoke up and said, “I don’ t know 51 one of you ordered this fantastic day for us, but l want to say I really appreciate 52 and thank you .”After that, the five of us smiled 53 we started talking to each other. What I had said made 54 big difference to everyone’s day. You can see that it is much easier to spread kindness 55 words. Part Ⅲ Reading Comprehension (30 marks) Directions: Read the following three passages. Each passage is followed by several questions or unfinished statements. For each of them there are four choices marked A, B, C
and D. Choose the one that fits best according to the information given in the passage. A Sina Weibo, one of the country’s most popular micro-blogging sites, has launched a paid service. For a 10 yuan ($ l.57) monthly fee, users get a membership on their Sina Weibo accounts. According to Xu Yuanyuan, a member of the marketing team at Sina, the move is to guarantee a more convenient and safer environment for users. But despite the company’s efforts to increase income, it seems that most of its 300 million users still prefer the free version. The premium membership (高级会员) plans ,announced by the company on Monday, brought about negative comments from its users . “The current service is good enough for me”, said a Beijing-based micro-blogger. “I don’t really need those value-added services and it might be a waste of money. I might consider paying for it if some more features are added.” Dong Xu, an analyst with consulting firm Analysys International, said that Sina shouldn’t expect a great increase in income brought by the new services. The free services are enough for most users, Dong said. “The company has been making attempts at different profit models since last year. A potential source of income could be gaming. Games and advertisements are so far the two biggest sources of income.” she said. Other micro-blogging service providers have not yet followed suit. Fang Gang, vice-president of rival Sohu, said via e-mail on Tuesday that Sohu’s micro-blogging service will never charge users. “It’s good news for us. Users can come to our website if they have to pay for services (at Sina).” Fang said. 56. Most of Sina Weibo’s users . A. aren’t satisfied with its free version B. show no interest in its paid services C. are looking forward to new services D. think highly of its new paid version 57. What’s Dong Xu’s attitude towards Sina Weibo’s new services increasing income? A. Negative. B. Confident . C. Indifferent. D. Positive . 58. Why did Fang Gang consider Sina Weibo’s charging its users good news? A. Because Sina will make more money. B. Because Sina will lose the whole Weibo market. C. Because Sohu will attract more users. D. Because Sohu will offer free services. 59. What can be inferred from the text? A. Most of Weibo websites will charge their users. B. Sina Weibo’s new move will be a great success. C. Sina Weibo’s users will enjoy more services. D. A large number of Weibo users like playing games. 60. What can be the best title for the text? A. Sina Weibo Faces Great Challenges B. Sina Weibo Launches Paid Services C. Sina Weibo Expects Income Increase D. Sina Weibo Becomes More Convenient B In my first week as a graduate student at Cambridge University in 1964 I met with a fellow student, two years ahead of me in his studies; he was unsteady on his feet and spoke with great difficulty. This was Stephen Hawking. I learned that he had a bad disease and might not live long enough even to finish his PhD degree. But, amazingly, he has reached the age of 73. Even mere survival would have been a medical miracle, but of course, he didn’t merely survive. He has become arguably the most famous scientist in the world for his brilliant
research, for his bestselling books, and, above all, for his astonishing victory over hardship. Stephen received his “death sentence” in 1964, when I thought it was hard for him to go on with his study. Stephen went from Albans School to Oxford University. He was said to be a “lazy” undergraduate, but his brilliance earned him a first-class degree, an “entry ticket” to a research career in Cambridge and a uniquely inspiring achievement. Within a few years of the burst of his disease he was wheelchair-bound, and his speech was so unclear that it could only be understood by those who knew him well. But his scientific career went from strength to strength: he quickly came up with a series of insights into the nature of black holes (then a very new idea) and how the universe began. In 1974 he was elected to the Royal Society at the exceptionally early age of 32. The great advances in science generally involve discovering a link between phenomena that were previously conceptually unconnected — for instance, Isaac Newton realized that the force making an apple fall to earth was the same as the force that holds the moon and planets in their orbits. Stephen’s revolutionary idea about a link between gravity and quantum(量子) theory has still not been tested. However, it has been hugely influential; indeed, one of the main achievements of string theory(弦理论)has been to confirm and build on his idea. He has undoubtedly done more than anyone else since Einstein to improve our knowledge of gravity and he is one of the top-ten living theoretical physicists. 61. What impressed the author most about Stephen Hawking? A. His brilliant research. B. His bestselling books. C. His serious disease. D. His defeating hardship. 62. What made Stephen Hawking start his research career at Cambridge? A. His death sentence. B. His “lazy” attitude. C. His above-average talent and ability. D. His rich experience. 63. It can be inferred that Stephen Hawking was born . A. in the early 1940s B. in the late 1940s C. in the early 1930s D. in the late 1930s 64. What can we learn from the text? A. Hawking’s theory was proved years ago. B. Hawking was not as successful as Newton. C. String theory built on Hawking’s idea. D. Hawking’s theory has had little influence on others. 65. Which of the following is Not True according the passage? A. He achieved one success after another in his career despite his disease. B. He couldn’t walk when the author first met him at Cambridge. C. He not only survived his disease but contributed greatly to science. D. He is among the greatest scientists to improve the knowledge of gravity. C A glass a day keeps obesity at bay. Alcohol has always been thought to cause weight gain because of its high sugar content, but new research suggests a glass a day could form part of a diet. Looking at past studies they found that, while heavy drinkers do put on weight, those who drink in moderation can actually lose weight. A spokesman for the research team at Navarro University in Spain says, “Light to moderate alcohol intake, especially of wine, may be more likely to protect against, rather than promote, weight gain”. The International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research reviewed the findings and agreed with most of the conclusions, particularly that current data do not clearly indicate if moderate drinking increases weight. Boston University’s Dr. Harvey Finkel found that the biologic mechanisms (生物学机制) relating alcohol to changes in body weight are not properly understood. His team pointed out the
strong protective effects of moderate drinking on the risk of getting conditions like diabetes(糖尿 病)，which relate to increasing obesity. Some studies suggest that even very obese people may be at lower risk of diabetes if they are moderate drinkers. The group says alcohol provides calories that are quickly absorbed into the body and are not stored in fat, and that this process could explain the differences in its effects from those of other foods. They agree that future research should be directed towards assessing the roles of different types of alcoholic drinks, taking into consideration drinking patterns and including the past tendency of participants to gain weight. For now there is little evidence that consuming small to moderate amounts of alcohol on a regular basis increases one’s risk of becoming obese. What’s more, a study three years ago suggested that resveratrol, a compound present in grapes and red wine, destroys fat cells. 66. The passage is mainly for those ______. A. who produce wine B. who are eager to lose weight C. who go on a diet D. who have a drinking habit 67. The underlined phrase “in moderation” in the first paragraph means ______. A. properly B. carefully C. excitedly D. frequently 68. Why has alcohol been thought to cause weight gain? A. Because its calories are stored in fat. B. Because it is rich in sugar. C. Because it changes drinking patterns. D. Because it increases the risk of diabetes. 69. What can we learn from the passage? A. The specific roles of different types of alcoholic drinks are very clear. B. Resveratrol is proved to increase the risk of becoming fat. C. The research found moderate drinking has a strong protective effect. D. Current data clearly show that moderate drinking increases weight. 70. What is most likely to be discussed in the paragraph that follows? A. How to do some easy experiments. B. How to prove the finding mentioned above. C. How to make wine in a healthy way. D. How to reduce the calories contained in wine. Part Ⅳ Writing (45 marks) Section A (10 marks) Directions: Read the following passage. Fill in the numbered blanks by using the information fromthe passage. Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer. Chinese parents are very generous when it comes to educating their children. Not caring about the money, parents often send their children to the best schools or even abroad to England, the US or Australia. They also want their children to take extra-course activities where they will either learn a musical instrument or ballet, or other classes that will give them a head start in life. The Chinese believe that the more expensive an education is, the better it is. So parents will spend unreasonable amount of money on education. Even poor couples will buy computers for their sons or daughters. However, what most parents fail to see is that the best education they can give to their children is usually very cheap. Parents can see that their children’s skills vary, skilled in some areas while poor in others. What most parents fail to realize though, is that today’s children lack self-respect and self-confidence. The reasons are that parents are only educating their children on how to take multiple-choice tests and how to study well, but parents are not teaching them the most important skills: they need to be confident, happy and clever. Parents can achieve this by teaching practical skills like cooking, sewing and doing other housework. Teaching a child to cook will improve many of the skills that he will need later in life. Cooking
demands patience and time. It is an enjoyable but difficult experience. A good cook always tries to improve his cooking, so he will learn to work hard and gradually finish his job successfully. His result, a well-cooked dinner, will give him much satisfaction and a lot of confidence. These activities are not only teaching a child to work, but rather to think, and to use his mind. And that is more important. Attitude ●72. _______ in their children’s education. ●74. _______ about money. ●Send them to the best schools or abroad. ●Wish their children to 75. _______ or other classes. ●The more expense in education is, 76. ______ the result will be. ● Lack self-respect and self-confidence. ●Only teach them how to take multiple-choice tests and 78. ______. ●Ignore the great importance of children’s 79. ______, happiness and cleverness. ●Teach children practical skills like cooking and sewing.
73. _______ Title： How Chinese Parents 71.______
Section B (10 marks) Directions: Read the following passage. Answer the questions according to the information given in the passage. Section C (10 points) At least 36 people have been killed and another 42 people have been injured in a stampede that broke out during a New Year Eve celebration in downtown Shanghai, which may have been caused by the crowd rushing to grab fake money thrown from the balcony of a building. Survivors described the stampede as "horrible and hellish." A woman said she covered two kids in front of her with her arms in the chaos. Her son followed her. Dirty shoe prints covered her son's clothes when the 12-year-old boy came to safety. "The crowd was in a panic. We stood in the crowd, feeling squeezed and almost out of breath," a boy said. "Some yelled for help, but the noise was too loud." Other survivors said police rushed to the scene and tried to pull out people who were stuck, but without much success. The local authorities said that one of the victims was a female student from the Shanghai-based Fudan University. The student, surnamed Du from Yunnan Province, was fatally injured during the incident and died later in the hospital. "The chaos lasted several minutes, and then some of the injured were seen being carried out of the crowd," Yu said. Chinese President Xi Jinping on Thursday demanded an immediate investigation into the cause of the stampede and urged prevention of such incidents in the future. The city has set up a working team for rescue operations to deal with the aftermath.
Fatal incidents like this one were not rare in China, the world's most populous country. Stampedes in the past were mainly due to safety measures. In September 2014, six students were killed in a stampede at a primary school in Yunnan Province after a stairway was blocked. In January 2014, a mosque(清真寺) stampede killed 14 people and injured another 10 in the Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region. In 2004, a stampede on a bridge in suburban Beijing killed 37 during a local lantern festival. 81. How did the boy feel in the crowd? (No more than 12 words) (3 marks) ___________________________________________________________________ 82. What happened to the college student in the passage? (No more than 11 words) (2 marks) ___________________________________________________________________ 83. How many people were killed altogether in the stampedes mentioned in the passage? (No more than 2 words) (2 marks) —————————————————————————————————— 84. What’s the news mainly about? (No more than 14 words) (3marks) —————————————————————————————————— Section C (25 marks) Directions: Write an English composition according to the instructions given below in Chinese. 复旦大学一研究生因平时琐事和同学不和，在寝室饮用水里投毒，导致一室友死亡。作 为即将踏入大学校门的你，谈谈和同学和谐相处的重要性以及你的一些建议。 注意：1. 词数不少于120个； 2. 不能使用真实姓名和学校名称, 3. 文章开头已给出, 不计入字数。 A graduate of Fudan University didn’t get on well with his roommates for trivial. So he put some poison in the drinking water, killing one of his roommates.
怀化市 2015 年高三一模考试
第一部分 第一节（22.5 分，每小题 1.5 分） 题 答 号 1 案 A 2 C 3 A 4 B 5 B 6 C 7 C 8 A 9 A 10 11 12 13 14 15 C B C B C A
第二节（7.5 分，每小题 1.5 分） 16.33/thirty-three 17. cause/reason 18. donated 19. Voice of China 第二部分 第一节 （15 分，每小题 1 分） 题 答
20. lack of sleep
号 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 案 A B C B B C B A C D
第二节 （18 分，每小题 1.5 分） 题 答 号 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 案 A C B C A C B D B D C D
第三节 （12 分，每小题 1.5 分） 48. what 52. it 49. four/4 53. and/so 50. None 54. a 51. which/whether/if 55. with/through/in/by
第三部分 （30 分，每小题 2 分） 题 答 号 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 案 B A C D B D C A C B D A B C B
第四部分 第一节 （10 分，每小题 1 分） 71. Educate Their Children 73. Measures/Ways/Approaches/Methods 75. take extra-course activities 77. Problems 79. confidence 本节评分建议： 72. Be generous /Generous 74. Never care /Don’t care 76. the better 78. study well 80. Solution/Tip/Advice/Suggestion
1、大小写、单复数错误不扣分。 2、只有一个字母的拼写错误且不影响识辨的不扣分。 3、本节各题若超过限定的词数不给分。
第二节 （10 分，81、84 题 2 分；82、83 题 2 分） 81. He felt scared/frightened/afraid, squeezed and almost out of breath. / He was in a panic, squeezed and almost out of breath. 82. She was fatally/seriously injured and died later in the hospital./She died. 83. 93. Ninety-three. 84. A stampede (that happened) during a New Year Eve celebration in downtown Shanghai. 参考范文 A graduate of Fudan University didn’t get on well with his roommate for trivial. He put some poison in the drinking water, killing one of his roommates.(不计入字数) The social problem has aroused great concern on how to get along with classmates among us Senior III students who are on the way to college. There are several ways to create and maintain a harmonious campus life. The first thing to do is to communicate, which brings a better understanding among classmates. What’s more, you’ll have to share with each other. Spend your time sharing your dreams and thoughts with your classmates, and
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your relationship will be much closer. Most important of all, you should learn to tolerate and be considerate. Only in this way can you live a happy life with your classmates in college. In conclusion, getting along well with your classmates in college is considered greatly important. A harmonious campus life will help us have a good mood and enjoy being together. An unpleasant life will not only make your life influenced but also disturb others’.
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