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2016届高三年级英 语 模 拟 试 卷(八)  

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甘肃省高台县第一中学2016届高三年级

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第一部分阅读理解(共两节,20小题,每题2分,满分40分)

第一节(共15小题;每小题2分,满分30分)

A

I was living in York around twenty years ago. Though I had a lot of experience and a Master’s degree, I could not find satisfying work.

    I was driving a school bus to make ends meet and living with a friend of mine, for I had lost my flat. I had attended five interviews with a company and one day between bus runs they called to say I did not get the job.“Why has my life become so hard?" I thought painfully.

    One afternoon, while doing my rounds,  I pulled the bus over to drop off a little girl, she handed me an earring saying I should keep it so that somebody could claim(认领)it. The earring was painted black and said “BE HAPPY”.

At first I got angry. Then it hit me—I had been giving all of my attention to what was going wrong with my life rather than what was right! I decided then and there to make a list of fifty things I was happy with. Later ,I decided to add more things to the listThat night there was a phone call for me from a lady who was a director at a large hospital. She asked me if I would give a one-day lecture on stress management to 200 medical workers. I said yes.

My day there went very welland before long I got a well-paid job. To this day I know that it was because I changed my way of thinking that I completely changed my life.

(     )1.We can learn from the first two paragraphs that the author          

A. was content with his personal life

B .was a college student doing a part-time job

C. was grateful for the hard but precious experience

D. felt hopeless in the face of difficulties

(     )2.Which statement is true about the black earring?

A. The author got angry because he was unhappy.

B. The little girl gave him the earring as a gift.

C. The earring was returned to its owner very soon.

D. The lady who called him was the owner of the earring.

(     )3. What would be the best title for the passage?

A. Attitude and Behavior.     B. The Girl and I.

C. Be Happy.               D. The Earring.

(     )4.Where can you most probably find the text?

     A. In a tourist guidebook.    B .On a personal blog.

C  .In an official report.      D. In a science fiction

B

The National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC has thousands of objects on display, including the 1903 Wright Flyer, Charles Lindbergh’s Spirit of St. Louis, the Apollo 11 Command Module Columbia, and a lunar rock you can touch.      

In addition to our exhibition galleries, you may want to visit the Albert Einstein Planetarium, Lockheed Martin IMAX Theater, and the Public Observatory on the east end. There are many things to do at the Museum in DC. We offer daily tours and educational activities for both children and adults. We also have scheduled lectures and events throughout the year.

Hours & Admission: Open every day except December 25. Admission is free.

Regular Hours: 10: 00 am to 5: 30 pm

Extended Hours: 10: 00 am to 7: 30 pm

December 26—30, 2014.

March 30—April 20, 2015.

Fridays and Saturdays, April 24—May 16, 2015.

May 17—September 7, 2015.

VISITING TIPS:

Limit the Number of Bags: All visitors are screened through metal detectors upon entry. The fewer items you bring inside the Museum, the faster your entry. Before you visit, please review the list of prohibited items, which include pocket knives and tripods (三脚架). Visitors carrying prohibited items will not be allowed inside the Museum, so please leave them at home or in your car.

No Food and Drink: Only bottled water is permitted in the Museum. You may only consume food and other drinks in the Food Court, not in the Museum. Groups who bring food are encouraged to picnic on the National Mall.

   Please Take Photos: You are welcome to take photos for personal use. However, tripods and monopods (单脚架) are not permitted without approval.

First Aid: The Museum has a First Aid office and a nurse on duty. Please contact the nearest security officer or the Welcome Center for assistance.

Visit the Welcome Center:

At our Welcome Center in the South Lobby, staff and volunteers can answer any questions you have during your visit.

Open 10: 00 am to 5: 30 pm

Phone: 202-633-2214

E-mail: NASM-VisitorServices@ si. edu

(    )5.According to the passage, the National Air and Space Museum is a museum _______.

A. where only adults can take part in some educational activities

B. everyone can pay a visit to without buying tickets

C. where one can touch anything he likes

D. everyone can visit without time limits all the year round

(    )6.If the Greens plan to visit the Museum at 6: 00 pm, it is accessible on _______.

A. December 24, 2014 (Wednesday)   B. March 1, 2015 (Sunday)

C. July 6, 2015 (Monday)           D. September 1 5, 2015 (Tuesday)

(    )7.A visitor to the museum can _______.

A. eat and drink in the Museum or in the Food Court

B. take photos with tripods for personal use

C. bring fewer bags to go through metal detectors

D. get some medical treatment if he suddenly falls ill

(    )8. The purpose of this passage is to _______.

A. make an advertisement for the museum

B. attract people to explore the universe

C. en courage adults to bring their children there

D. show what is on display in the museum

C

People use their mouths for many things. They eat, talk, shout and sing. They smile and they kiss. In the English language, there are many expressions using the word“mouth.”

For example, if you say bad things about a person, the person might protest(抗议)and say “Do not bad mouth me.” Sometimes, people say something to a friend or family member that they later regret because it hurts that person. Or they tell the person something they were not supposed to tell. The speaker might say: “I really put my foot in my mouth this time.”  If this should happen, the speaker might feel down in the mouth.  In other words, he might feel sad for saying the wrong thing.

Another situation is when someone falsely claims another person said something.  The other person might protest: “I did not say that.  Do not put words in my mouth.”

Some people have lots of money because they were born into a very rich family.  There is an expression for this, too. You might say such a person, “was born with a silver spoon in his mouth.” This rich person is the opposite of a person who lives from hand to mouth.  This person is very poor and only has enough money for the most important things in life, like food.

Parents might sometimes keep a child off sweet food as a form of punishment for saying bad things. For example, if a child says things she should not say to her parents, she might be described as a mouthy child. The parents might even tell the child to stop mouthing off.. 

But enough of all this talk. I have been running my mouth long enough.

    9.What will the person say if he feels sorry for what he has said?

A. Do not bad mouth me.

B. Stop mouthing off.

C. Do not put words in my mouth.

D. I really put my foot in my mouth this time.

    10.If a person lives from hand to mouth, it implies that__________.

A. he is badly-off                    B. he is hard-working

C. he has lots of money          D. he has enough to eat

    11.What is mainly talked about in the text?

A. Expressions about the word“mouth”.  B. Functions of the organ“mouth”.

C. Opinions about“mouthy people”.     D. Meanings of the word“mouth”.

                          D  

    Road politeness is not only good manners, but good sense too. It takes the most cool-headed and good-tempered drivers to resist the temptation to take revenge (报复) on uncivilized behavior. On the other hand, a little politeness goes a long way towards reducing the tensions of driving. A friendly nod or a wave of appreciation in response to an act of politeness helps to create an atmosphere of goodwill and tolerance so necessary in modern traffic conditions. But such appreciation of politeness is too rare today. Many drivers nowadays don’t even seem able to recognize politeness when they see it.

   However, misplaced politeness can be dangerous. Typical example are the drivers who brakes violently to allow a car to came out of a side street at some danger to following traffic; or the man who wave a child across a zebra crossing into the path of oncoming vehicles that may be unable to stop in time. The same goes for encouraging old ladies to cross the road wherever and whenever they like to.

   An experienced driver, whose manners are faultless, told me it would help if motorists learnt to move correctly into traffic streams one at a time without causing the total blockages that give rise to bad temper. Unfortunately, modern motorists can’t even learn to drive, let alone master the less obvious points of driving perfectly. Years ago the experts warned us that an explosion in car-ownership would demand a lot more give and take from all road users. It’s high time for all of us to take this message to heart.

  12. According to the passage, the role of politeness can _______.

   A. help us learn about traffic rules

   B. reduce the pleasure of driving

   C. make our life happier than others’

   D. resist the temptation to take revenge on uncivilized behavior

  13. By “good sense” in the first paragraph, the writer means ________.

   A. the driver’s ability to understand politeness and react reasonably

   B. the driver’s immediate response to terrible road conditions

   C. the driver’s skill of controlling his or her car in extreme situations

   D. the driver’s ability of driving safely in traffic jams

  14. Which of the following is NOT misplaced politeness?

   A. The driver lets old ladies cross the road when they want to.

   B. The driver responses to an act of politeness in a friendly way.

   C. The driver suddenly stops to permit a car to come from a side street.

   D. The driver waves a child across a zebra crossing into the path of dangerous

on coming vehicles.

  15. In the writer’s opinion, ___________.

   A. strict traffic regulations are badly needed

   B. drivers should apply road politeness properly

   C. rude drivers should be punished

   D. drivers should avoid traffic jams                        

第二节 任务型阅读(共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分)第二节(5小题;每小题2,满分10)

根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。

You may be active or humorous, while others may be shy or serious. Why do many people have different personalities? In fact, everyone has got two personalities—the one that is shown to the world and the other that is secret and real. You don’t show your secret personality when you are awake because you can control your behaviour.16.    In a normal night, of course, people frequently change their position. The important position is the one that you go to sleep in. 

●If you go to sleep on your back, you’re a very open person. You normally trust people and you are easily affected by fashion or new ideas. You don’t like to upset people ,so you never express your real feelings.17.   

●If you sleep on your stomach ,you are a rather secretive (不坦率的) person .You worry a lot and you are always easily upset. You are stubborn (顽固的),but you aren’t very ambitious (有抱负的).18.    This means that you enjoy having a good time. 

●If you sleep on curling up (蜷曲),you are probably a very nervous person .You have a low opinion of yourself and so you’re often defensive (防守的).19.    You prefer to be on your own. You’re easily hurt. 

●If you sleep on your side, you have usually got a well-balanced personality. You know your strengths and weaknesses. You’re usually careful. You have a confident personality. You sometimes feel anxious ,but you don’t often get depressed (沮丧的).20.   

A .But when you’re asleep, your sleeping position shows the real you.

B. You’re shy and you don’t normally like meeting people.

C .You prefer to stay alone.

D. You’re quite shy and you aren’t very confident.

E .You always say what you think even if it makes people angry.

F .You usually live for today but not tomorrow.

G. You often keep quiet and always stick to (坚持) what you believe is true.

第二部分.完形填空(每小题1.5分,共30分)

阅读下列短文,掌握其大意,从每题所给的ABCD四个选项中,选出最佳选项。

    When I was 10 vears oldmy mother passed away because of illnessI had to move to the USA to live with my fatherThere I met my  21  for the first time and from the beginning she made sure that I was safe and welcomeOver the past several years she  22  everything I neededI am happy today because I have a  23  stepmother

    Yesterdav I went to see her for Mother’s DayWhen  24  her my giftshe held my face in both of her hands and  25  me—even though I had the flu! Her simple act of affection  26 me back to my very first night in AmericaAfter I was  27  from the airportwe went home and she unpacked my  28  Then she took me shopping for new clothes  29  the ones I had brought with me from Africa were a bit worn

    That night before I went to bedshe came to my roomShe told me she was  30  to have me and that she would take good care of meBecause I was  31  shown affection as a childI did not Know how to  32  what she said so I just stared at her

    Before she walked out of my new roomshe asked me for a  33  But I had no idea what she was talking about because I had never heard the  34  before  35  she didn’t give up She told my father that she  36  me to give her a hug and asked him to explain to me what she  37  My father explained  38  a hug was and told me why people hugged in AmericaThen my new mom opened her arms  39  and shyly I opened mine and we hugged

    That was my very first hug and I was eleven at that timeI’m 23 now and  40  I have  received many hugs since then

21Astepmother           Bcousin        Cbrother                Dsister

22Apreserved               Bprovided     Cmanaged            Ddesigned

23Abeautiful                Bstrict          Ckind                    Dserious

24Aordered                  Bsupplied     Cbought                Dpresented

25Akissed                Bpraised      C. welcomed           Dcomforted

26Akep t                   Btook        C .held                       Dgave

27Abrought up            Bhelped out   Cseen off               D. picked up

28Aschoolbag              Bpurse         C1uggage                Dscarf

29Asince                      Bthough      Cwhen                  Dif

30Aeager                      Bthankful           Cglad                      Dconfident

31Afrequently              Balways      Conce                   Dnever

32Areact to                     Bsee to         Capply to            Drefer to

33Achat                   Bhug            Cfavour               Dhelp

34Aquestion             Bword          Cstory                 Dsuggestion

35ASince                 BSo              CBut                       DAnd

36Adetermined        B. 1onged       Cinvited               Dwanted

37Ameant                Brequired     Cdemanded            Dordered

38Awhat                  Bhow               Cwhere               Dwhich

39Adirect                 Bwide           C .Suddenly        Dquickly40Asurprisingly       BInterestingly  CHopefully       Dthankfu lly

                       

第二部分 英语知识运用 (共两节,满分45)

第二节 (10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15)

阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当的内容(不多于3个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。

I wanted to do something special for my 15yearold son, who has always been a perfect boy. He worked all summer to earn enough money to buy __41__(he) a new racingbicycle instead of asking for money from me. Then he spent hours and hours on it. I loved my son so much __42__I bought him a pair of sunglasses and gloves. When my son rode the racingbicycle with them, he looked very cool. He dreamed __43__ taking part in a race and winning.

On November 10th, my birthday, when I went to the kitchen to start the milk and bread in the morning, I found  __44__  beautiful guitar on the table, beside which was a card, __45__(say), “Happy birthday to my wonderful mother.” I was surprised and then began to sob. I remembered once I __46__(joke) to my family that I wanted to learn playing the guitar to make my life colorful. I had __47__(forget) it, but my son remembered. He took it __48__(serious), and bought me one  as a birthday gift. When I wondered __49__ my son could buy this expensive gift, soon I realized that my son had sold his racingbicycle __50__(get) me the guitar.

第三部分 写作 (共两节,满分35)

第一节 短文改错 (10小题;每小题1分,满分10)

When I was ten years old, I went to Yangzhou with two AmericanI became their guideFirst, we went to the Shouxi RiverThey wanted to look around the river by the boatAfter buy the tickets, we got into the boatWe went around seeing the beautiful sightAfter that, we went shoppingThe sellers couldn't spoke EnglishThough it was very harder, I tried my best listen to their words carefully and translate the sentencesThey bought some little things with their helpNext, we went to a small zoo but took some picturesWhen we felt hunger, we went out and had the lunchAfter lunch, we visited some old house and learned more about Chinese history

第二节 书面表达 (满分25)

假设你是李华,很喜欢绘画,并在网上注册加入了一个国际绘画爱好者论坛。该论坛的版主John想要办一个儿童美术展,请你根据以下提示给John写一封电子邮件,向他提出一些意见和建议。

1. 选择儿童喜欢的主题;

2. 征集一些儿童自己创作的作品;

3. 选一些名人的代表作品,配上作品解读;

4. 介绍著名画家的励志故事。

注意:1. 词数100左右;

2. 可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。

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