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2016届高三年级英 语 模 拟 试 卷(七)  

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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I卷

第一部分 阅读理解(共两节,满分40分)

第一节 (15小题;每小题2分,满分30)

阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(ABCD)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

A

Mum, Helen Clements, described how her fun family trip to Longleat Safari Park turned into a nightmare(恶梦) as their car caught fire while they were surrounded by killer beasts.

The story happened when the group reached the lions’ area during a visit to the park. Just as they came up to a group of 12 lions, smoke suddenly began to come out of the engine. Helen was so scared that she pressed the horn to ask for help from the park workers, but then flames started to appear. The family was then faced with the dilemma of staying inside the car away from the lions or escaping the deadly fire.

Fortunately, the lions were led into a nighttime enclosure(围栏) by the workers as the family made their escape from the car. With the family sent to the safety of the park office, the roads were cleared of cars so the fire service could put out the fire. No one was injured in any way and no lions were hurt. Helen said that it was not the workersfault. She said, They were great.

Today speaking of the experience, Helen said: Looking back at it, we can laugh, but at that very moment it was frightening. I think, Oh my goodness. Why did it happen in the lion enclosure? Why not while we were at the penguins, or the kangaroos? When the car was filled with more and more smoke and the flames were getting bigger, I was thinking about explosions, just like in films. Luckily we didn’t think about the lions. The cars in front of us were kind of sheltering us from them, so we didn’t really see how close they were. If we had been just 50 yards further along, it would have been a very different story.

1. What does the underlined part killer beasts in Paragraph 1 refer to?

   A. The lions.  B. The penguins. C. The flames. D. The kangaroos.

2. How did Helen feel when the car caught fire?

A. Calm.  B. Frightened.  C. Excited.  D. Angry.

3. What can we learn from Paragraph 3?

   A. The family were taken to the hospital after the accident.

   B. The fire service cleared the cars from the road after the fire.

   C. Helen didnt blame anyone for the accident.

   D. Helen thought the lions were great.

4. What can be inferred from the text?

   A. Helen is a very optimistic and imaginative woman.

   B. The family will never go to this park again.

   C. Helen still has nightmares about the accident today.

   D. Things would have been different if the lions were nearer. 

B

The following rules apply to the Cambridge University Library.

Opening and closing

The library shall normally be open as follows:

Monday to Friday, 900 to 1915.

Saturday, 900 to 1700.

The library is closed on Sundays and for Christmas and Easter.

Admission

In addition to members of the University, the following persons may be admitted to the library, but can’t borrow books

(a) Persons over 18 who are involved with private study or research, if supported by evidence of academic standing and fitness for admission. A 10 charge will be made for a card valid for up to six months.

No charge is made for the issue of a card to a registered research student from any other university in the United Kingdom.

(b) Students of other universities in the British Isles normally living in the Cambridge area, if supported by recommendations.

Cards issued under this section shall be free of charge and shall normally be valid only during the vacations of this University.

Borrowing

No book shall be borrowed from the library on any day less than fifteen minutes before the time of closing.

Any borrower who fails to return a book shall have a fine of 25 pence for each working day that passes before the book is returned.

Use of library materials

The marking of any library material is forbidden and readers are not allowed to use ink in any of the reading rooms.

Behavior in the library

Mobile telephones must be set to silent mode in the library and the use of mobile telephones is only permitted in the Tea Room, the Locker Room and the courtyards of the library.

Bottles of ink and other things that may damage books shall not be taken into the library.

Food is not allowed anywhere in the library, with the exception of the Tea Room and the courtyards.

Smoking is not permitted anywhere.

5. What should a researcher from Tsinghua University do to apply to use the library?

Have evidence of academic standing.

Prove he is fit for admission.

Be supported by recommendations.

Pay a 10 charge for six months.

   A. ①②③      B. ①②④       C. ①③④          D. ②③④

6. Which of the following is a rule of the library? 

   A. Readers shall borrow a book at least 10 minutes before the closing time.

   B. Readers shall face a fine of 25 pence if they lose a library book.

   C. Readers shall not make marks on any material using ink.

   D. Readers shall not use a mobile telephone in the Locker Room.

7. What should not be brought into the library?

A. Computers.   B. Mobile phones.   C. Sandwiches.   D. Bottles of ink.

C

Buckingham Palace is where the Queen lives. It is the Queen’s official and main royal London home.

Buckingham Palace was originally a splendid house built by the Duke of Buckingham for his wife. George IV began changing it into a palace in 1826. It has been the official London home of Britain’s royal family since 1837. Buckingham Palace is also an office and used for the administrative work of the royal family.

When the Queen is at home you can see her royal flag flying from the flag pole on top of Buckingham Palace.

The flag is divided into four equal parts. The first and fourth parts represent England and contain three gold lions walking on a red field; the second part represents Scotland and contains a red lion standing on a gold field; the third part represents Ireland and contains the gold coat of arms of Ireland on a blue field.

In flag protocol(礼仪), the Royal Standard which must only be flown from buildings where the Queen is present is supreme(至高无上的). It flies above the British Union Flag, and other British flags. It never flies at half mast(降半旗)

The guards of the Palace wear red jackets and tall furry hats. When the first guards come on duty, there is a ceremony called the Changing of the Guard. A familiar sight at Buckingham Palace is the Changing of the Guard ceremony that takes place in the open space in front of each morning.

The palace has around 750 rooms, including 19 state rooms, 52 royal and guest bedrooms, 78 bathrooms, 92 offices, a cinema and a swimming pool. It also has its own post office and police station. About 400 people work at the Palace, including servants, chefs, footmen, cleaners, gardeners, electricians, and so on. More than 50000 people come to the Palace each year as guests to dinners, receptions and Royal Garden Parties.

8. Whom was  Buckingham Palace originally built for?

   A. The Duke of Buckingham.       B. The Duke of Buckinghams wife.

       C. George IV.                    D. The Queen.

9. What can we know about the Royal Standard?

   A. It is flown at Buckingham Palace every morning.

   B. It flies higher than the British Union Flag.

   C. It flies at half mast only on a few occasions.

   D. It represents the four countries for the UK.

10. When can a visitor see the Changing of the Guard ceremony?

   A. Every morning.                      B. Every morning and evening.

   C. When the Queens flag is flying.   D. When a flag is flying at the Palace.

11. What is the last paragraph mainly about?

  A. What you can see inside Buckingham Palace.

  B. The royal parties at Buckingham Palace.

  C. The Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace.

  D. People living and working at Buckingham Palace.

D

The New York Times recently published a report about scientists who are preparing astronauts for a trip to the Moon. The newspaper said the scientists want to make sure that their astronauts return home in good health. But there are many problems to solve before people are ready for long trips to the Moon.

Humans developed on a planet with a surface that is more than 70 percent water. Our bodies are also about 70 percent water. When there is no gravity, that water moves up toward the head, raising the pressure in the skull(头骨). Arms and legs grow weak at what is called zero gravity because they no longer need to push against the force of gravity.

Five years ago, astronauts who spent weeks in space reported a change in their eyesight. These astronauts were members of the crew on the International Space Station. Research showed a change in the shape of their eyes. Normallyround eyeballs had become flat during the time in space. The research also showed that the right eye was affected more than the left, and that men were more affected than women. Scientists could not find an explanation for the differences.

Bone loss was one of the problems first reported by astronauts returning to Earth after longer stays in space. So scientists designed exercise machines to use on the space station. Tests showed that the exercise equipment helped space travelers keep their bones almost as strong as when they left Earth.

There are other health issues for astronauts who spend a long time in space. They may have problems eating and sleeping. But the biggest health issue is exposure to radiation. On Earth, human beings are protected by the atmosphere and the planet’s magnetic field (磁场). In outer space, there is no such protection.

12. What does the underlined wordplanetin the second paragraph refer to?

   A. Moon.        B. Earth.        C. Mars.          D. Sun.

13. What will happen to people if there is no gravity?

   A. The water in the body will move down to the feet.

   B. The pressure in the skull will increase.

   C. The brain will grow weaker.

   D. The thinking will be slower.

14. What is the biggest problem that astronauts have to face?

    A. Sleeping.     B. Eating.     C. Listening.       D. Radiation. 

15. What is the text mainly about?

    A. A report about a trip to the Moon.   

    B. How to keep healthy as astronauts.

    C. Some health problems astronauts face.

    D. How to protect themselves as astronauts. 

第二节 (5小题;每小题2分,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。

Secrets to a Happier Commute(通勤)

The daily commute can often be as stressful as work itself. Here are some secrets to a happier, less stressful way to travel every day.

Use public transport whenever possible. If you drive your own car to work, youll feel youre in control. So if you get stuck in traffic, you feel that you have lost control of your commuting experience, which makes you stressed. By taking public transport, you have already given up control of your commute. __16__

Consider carsharing. Carsharing can reduce stress, especially when you’re an outgoing person. __17__ But keep in mind, if you prefer a quiet commute, then carsharing with people who expect more conversation could just make you more stressed.

  __18__ It is such an obvious way to improve your commute, yet the crowded streets and trains show that few people manage to find a better solution. It may be hard to find a new job, but you may try to get up earlier and drive in before the crowds.

Never race with other cars. It rarely gains you more than a few minutes, but it has a huge price because it adds greatly to your stress level. __19__ And your commute will become much more pleasant.

Work out in your car. Do isometrics(静力锻炼法) while driving by tensing and relaxing your leg muscles. __20__ It can also improve your health and relax you without distracting you or adding an extra minute to your schedule.

A. Wake up earlier.

B. Avoid rush hour.

C. That is because you can communicate with others.

D. If you get stuck, you wont be blaming yourself for the delay.

E. Drive calmly, and dont try to compete with others by speeding up.

F. When you are late for work, you will complain about the traffic jam.

G. When done correctly for some time, these exercises can make a great difference to your shape.

第二部分 完形填空(20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30)     

阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(ABCD)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。

My father was a hard-working man who delivered bread as a living to support my family. He spent all his evening after work having classes, hoping to 21 himself so that he could find a better job. Except for Sundays, Father 22 ate a meal with us.

Whenever the family complained that he wasn’t spending enough time with us, his 23 was that he was doing all this for us.

The day came when the 24 results were announced. To his joy, Father 25 !Soon he was offered a good job with high 26 .

  Like a dream come 27 . Father could now 28 to provide my family with nice clothing and fine food.

However, the family 29 did not see Father for most of the week. He 30 to work very hard, hoping to be promoted. He took another 31 in the Opening University, so as to get more 32 of being promoted.

Father’s hard work paid off and he was promoted. He decided to hire a servant to do housework. He also 33 that our three-room house was not big enough and that it would be 34 for my family to 35 a comfortable house. Having experienced the 36 of his hard work many times before, Father decided to continue his 37 and work for being promoted again.

As expected, Father’s hard work paid off again and he bought a beautiful villa. On the first Sunday at our new 38 , Father 39 not to take courses or expect any more promotions. He would devote more time to our 40 . But Father did not wake up the next day.

21. A. Control   B. Change     C. improve    D. understand

22. A. hardly             B. Quickly     C. actually      D. frequently

23. A. fact          B. reason         C. truth             D. question

24. A. game        B. Debate     C. Competition   D. examination

25. A. passed      B. failed                 C. Relaxed      D. recovered

26. A. pay           B. risk              C. speed           D. quality

27. A. alive         B. true         C. well                   D. easy

28. A. agree        B. prefer                     C. afford                    D. remember

29. A. recently    B. really               C. rarely                     D. still

30. A. began              B. Continued    C. stopped         D. refused

31. A. duty         B. prize                C. course         D. position

32. A. luck          B. courage           C. choices            D. chances

33. A. felt           B. Heard       C. ignored          D. permitted

34. A. wonderful       B. Foolish       C. useful           D. meaningless

35. A. design             B. invent             C. enjoy               D. imagine

36. A. pains        B. Troubles     C. Responsibilities D. rewards

37. A. vacation   B. Studies      C. research          D. project

38. A. work        B. House      C. office           D. school

39. A. tried         B. Forgot     C. regretted           D. decided

40. A. job           B. Home     C. family              D. country

 

第Ⅱ卷

第三部分 英语知识运用(共三节,满分50分)

第一节:语法填空(共10小题;每小题1.5分, 满分15分)

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。

Dear editor,

   I have recently made a survey among 30 boys   41    30 girls in my class about their purpose of getting on  42   Internet.

  The girls’ favorite is chatting, but few boys like it. 43   the boys like to do most is   44  playgames and the girls like it as well. Both boys and girls are fond of reading news or sending e-mails on the Internet. Maybe they think it is the most convenient way to get information from keeping in   45   with friends. As for studying, the numbers of boys and girls   46 beequal, but altogether only several of them will use the Internet  47     a tool to study.

   In my opinion, 48   (use) as the Internet is, the students had better make good and wise use   49   it. Otherwise, it’s 50   (possible) for us to benefit from it. What is more, I am also in the hope that the parents will pay enough attention to their children using the Internet in their spare time.

第二节:短文改错(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)

文中共有10处语言错误,每句中最多有两处。错误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(∧),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:1.每处均仅限一词;2.只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。

Parents from the USA and China educate their children in different way. In the United States, parents usually encourage their children to development their potential. They pay attention to which their kids can do, not what they can’t. As a result, US boys and girls hope to be actors, athletes and doctors; many even wanted to become presidents when they grow up. US parents often encourage their children to take the part in all kinds of activities at school. They believe that join in these activities can make their children mature. Schoolwork is important, they think that social skills are important as well. Things in China is different. Chinese parents often tell their children to study hardly and pass exams. They think that, with a student, staying away from schoolbooks means wasting time.

第三节:书面表达(满分25分)

如你是李华,你的美国笔友Bob在高考前发来邮件询问你的备考情况。请给他回一封邮件,要点如下:

1.取得的进步;

2.存在的问题;

3.目前的状态;

4.后阶段的打算(两点)。

注意:

1. 词数120词左右。

2. 开头语和结尾语已为你写好;不计入总词数。

3. 可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。

4. 文中不得出现考生真实姓名和学校名称。

 

Dear Bob,

I’m glad to have received your E-mail and thank you for your concern about my preparation s for the coming College Entrance Examination.

 
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