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成都七中高 2014 级模拟考试(9)
第一卷(选择题,共 90 分)
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 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 从 A, B, C, D 四个选项中,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。 1. Many people have come to realiz

e that they should go on______ balanced diet and make______ room in their day for exercise. A. a; / B. the; a C. the; the D. /; a 2. Online shopping sites say that they find it difficult to ______ the demand for canned infant milk powder after the new law took effect in Hong Kong last year. A. put up with properly. A. which B. where C. that D. when 4. —The weather has been so hot ______ April this year. —Yes. It’s like ______ in May. A. in; that A. before B. in; one B. since C. for; that C. until D. for; one D. after 5. How long do you think it will be ______ the conference comes to an end? 6. PM2.5, particulate matter(细颗粒物)less than 2.5 micrometers in size, which can penetrate deep into the lungs, is considered ______ a reflection of air quality. A. being A. a village lies A. added B. to be B. is lying a village B. to add C. to have been C. does a village lie C. adding D. having been D. lies a village D. having been added 7. At the foot of the mountain______. 8. There have been several new events______ to the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games. 9. —But for the terrible traffic on Ring Road 2, I ______ here by 6. —What a pity. John ______here to see you. A. would be; was C. would have been; was —Sorry, I’m a stranger here. —______. A. No problem 第二节 B. It doesn’t matter C. Never mind D. Thanks anyway B. would be; has been D. would have been; has been B. catch up with C. keep up with D. come up with 3. Today, we’ll discuss a number of cases ______ beginners of English fail to use the language

10. — Excuse me, could you tell me the way to the British Museum?

完形填空(共 20 小题;每题 1.5 分,满分 30 分)

阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从 11--30 各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C、D)中,选出最 佳答案。 I climbed the stairs slowly, carrying a big suitcase, my father following with two more. By the time I got to the third floor, I was 11 and at the same time feeling lonely. Worse still, Dad 12 a step and fell, sending my new suitcases 13 down the stairs. “Damn!” he screamed, his face turning red. I knew 14 was ahead. Whenever Dad’s face turns red, 15 . How could I ever 16 him to finish unloading the car 17 screaming at me and making a scene in front of the other girls, girls I would have to spend the rest of the year with? Doors were opening and faces peering out(探出), as Dad walked 18 close behind. I felt it in my bones that my college life was getting off to a bad start. “ 19 the room, quickly,” I thought. “Get him into a chair and calmed down.” But 20 , would there be a chair in Room 316? Or would it be a(n) 21 room? 22 I turned the key in the lock and 23 the door open, with Dad 24 complaining(抱 怨) about a hurting knee or something. I put my head in, expecting the 25 . But to my 26 , the room wasn’t empty at all! It had furniture, curtains, a TV, and seven paintings on the walls. And there on a well-made bed sat Amy, my new roommate, dressed neatly, greeting me with a nod, she said in a soft voice, “Hi, you must be Cori.” Then, she 27 the music and looked over at 28 , “And of course, you’re Mr. Faber,” she said 29 . “Would you like a glass of iced tea?” Dad’s face turned decidedly less red before he could bring out a “yes”. I knew 30 that Amy and I would be friends and my first year of college would be a success. 11. A. helpless B. lazy C. anxious D. tired 12. A. took B. minded C. missed D. picked 13. A. rolling B. passing C. dropping D. turning 14. A. suffering B. difficulty C. trouble D. danger 15. A. go ahead B. look out C. hold on D. give up 16. A. lead B. help C. encourage D. get 17. A. after B. without C. while D. besides 18. A. with difficulty B. in a hurry C. with firm steps D. in wonder 19. A. Search B. Find C. Enter D. Book 20. A. in fact B. by chance C. once more D. then again 21. A. small B. empty C. new D. neat 22. A. Finally B. Meanwhile C. Sooner or later D. At the moment 23. A. knocked B. forced C. pushed D. tried 24. A. yet B. only C. even D. still 25. A. worst B. chair C. best D. tea 26. A. regret B. disappointment C. surprise D. knowledge 27. A. turned on B. turned down C. played D. enjoyed 28. A. Dad B. me C. the door D. the floor 29. A. questioning B. wondering C. smiling D. guessing 30. A. soon B. there C. later D. then

第二部分: 阅读理解 (共 25 小题,满分 50 分)
第一节(共 20 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 40 分) 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。 A Everyone knows about straight-A students. We see them frequently in TV situation comedies and in movies like Revenge(报复)of the Nerds. They get high grades, all right, but only by becoming dull laborers, their noses always stuck in a book. They are not good at social communication and look clumsy while doing sports. How, then, do we account for Domenica Roman or Paul Melendres? Roman is on the tennis team at Fairmont Senior High School. She also sings in the choral group, serves on the student council and is a member of the mathematics society. For two years she has maintained A’s in every subject. Melendres, a freshman at the University of New Mexico, was student-body president at Valley High School in Albuquerque. He played soccer and basketball well, exhibited at the science fair, and meanwhile worked as a reporter on a local television station. Being a speech giver at the graduation ceremony, he achieved straight A’s in his regular classes, plus bonus points for A’s in two college-level courses. How do super-achievers like Roman and Melendres do it? Brains aren’t the only answer. “Top grades don’t always go to the brightest students,” declares Herbert Walberg, a professor of education at the University of Illinois at Chicago, who has conducted major studies on super-achieving students. “Knowing how to make the most of your innate(天生的)abilities counts for more. Much more.” In fact, Walberg says, students with high IQ sometimes don’t do as well as classmates with lower IQ. For them, learning comes too easily and they never find out how to get down. Hard work isn’t the whole story, either. “It’s not how long you sit there with the books open,” said one of the many-A students we interviewed. “It’s what you do while you’re sitting.” Indeed, some of these students actually put in fewer hours of homework time than their lower-scoring classmates. The kids at the top of the class get there by mastering a few basic techniques that others can readily learn. 31. What can we conclude from the first paragraph? A. Most TV programs and films are about straight-A students. B. People have unfavorable impression on straight-A students. C. Everyone knows about straight-A students from TV or films. D. Straight-A students are well admired by people in society. 32. Some students become super-achievers mainly because ________. A. they are born cleverer than others B. they work longer hours at study C. they make full use of their abilities D. they know the shortcut to success 33. What will be talked about after the last paragraph? A. The interviews with more students. B. The role IQ plays in learning well. C. The techniques to be better learners. D. The achievements top students make. 34. What can we infer from the passage?

A. IQ is more important than hard work in study. B. The brightest students can never get low grades. C. Top students certainly achieve all-around developments. D. Students with average IQ can become super-achievers.

Megan was, in fact, one of the few people in Johnstown that day who actually saw the extremely big wave that destroyed the entire city. At first, all she could see was a black mist. It rolled toward the house in a large mass like smoke. For a moment Megan thought there must be a huge fire somewhere. But the following noise convinced her it was something else—a deep, heavy sound, like some enormous mill wheel turning. The black fog moved swiftly over the house, and then the air seemed to clear for one split second. There, almost on top of her, was a huge wall of debris-filled(夹带碎片的)water, much higher than the house. Megan walked around and around in the house, the cry dying in her throat. Suddenly there was a tremendous crash. Megan saw the boards of the attic(阁楼)floor torn open and oily yellow water suddenly streaming up. Then it seemed as if the air were filled with flying objects. Showers of broken glass winged a thousand tiny arrows, and chairs with the legs torn off went whistling by. Everything in the attic seemed to be flying around through the air. Wildly, Megan reached up, her hands grasping at everything to lean on. She found herself hanging from a rough board, the lower half of her body being in water. How long she was there in the heavy darkness she would never know. She was choking and spitting as the evil water surged about her, then falling over her face. After what seemed a lifetime in the thunderous blackness, Megan lifted her head. Far above her she could see a bit of dirty gray light. With a kind of blind animal instinct(本能), inch by inch she worked her way painfully through a mess of wood toward a tiny wedge of light. 35. When she saw a black mist rolling, Megan ________. A. was taken by surprise B. was extremely worried C. was preparing for the worst D. didn’t realize danger was coming to her 36. The underlined sentence in Paragraph 3 indicates that________. A. Megan was so scared that she cried to death B. Megan was too scared to cry C. Megan was so brave that she didn’t cry D. Megan was so curious that she walked around 37. Which of the following about Megan’s situation is TRUE? A. Her house was torn down by the wave. B. Her house was flooded. C. She was floating on the water, lying on a rough board. D. She was totally unconscious. 38. What does the underlined word “surged” in Paragraph 6 mean?

A. Rose and disappeared. B. Kept rising. C. Moved upwards quickly. D. Moved downwards suddenly. 39. From the last paragraph we can infer that________. A. silence and blackness surrounded the city in the disaster B. rescuers were searching for Megan C. Megan was badly hurt on her eyes D. Megan was probably saved in the end

Chinese International School Application Form Before an applicant can be invited to take part in an assessment, an application form should be returned to the Admissions Office, and the application fee of HK$1,000 cannot be returned. For overseas applicants wishing to pay in currencies other than HK dollars, the fee is US$145. Checks are also good for payment to “Chinese International School”. The application should include: ※ Applicant’s academic report from the last school year. ※ A recent passport-sized photo (attached to the application form). ※ A copy of the applicant’s Hong Kong ID card or a passport showing a valid Hong Kong visa. ※ Only for applicants applying under a Corporate Nomination(提名)Right: A company letter confirming the nomination. Please note that the application fee is non-refundable. Applicants who would like to reapply for another academic year are asked to submit a new application and application fee. Acceptance Applicants will be informed of their acceptance status in writing by postal mail. Initial(最初的) offers for Reception will be sent out from late March once all assessments have been completed. Some applicants who have been assessed may be held on a reserve list. Acceptances may also be made on a conditional basis among the applicants on the reserve list. Applicants who have been assessed but who have not been admitted are welcome to reapply for the next academic year. Please note that such applicants will be asked to submit a new application and application fee. Confirmation of Acceptance and Enrollment(录取) Once an applicant has been admitted, the applicant’s family will be asked to confirm acceptance and hold the student’s place with immediate payment of the required fees for the Nomination Right (HK$ 500), plus the sum of HK$ 7,500 as the first tuition(学费)payment. In addition, enrollment will not be considered complete until the following have been received, normally one month before the start of the new school year: ● Physical examination results ● Tuition (first month) 40. According to the passage, if the applicants reapply for an academic year, ________. A. their physical examination results are necessary

B. applicants on a reserve list needn’t be assessed C. a new application and application fee are to be required D. the initial application form will be returned to them 41. Which of the following is true? A. Once applicants are refused, they can’t apply for it again. B. Applicants held on a reserve list will not be admitted. C. Applicants don’t have to get a company letter to confirm their application. D. The applicants should show either a Hong Kong visa or a Hong Kong ID card. 42. How will the applicants possibly be informed of the acceptance status? A. By fax. B. By e-mail. C. By regular mail. D. By telephone. 43. If an applicant has been admitted, the applicant’s family ________. A. will be asked to submit a new application B. will receive physical examination results C. will be asked to only pay the first month fee D. will be asked to confirm acceptance and pay the fees D An allowance is an important tool for teaching kid how to budget, save and make their own decisions. Children remember and learn from mistake when their own dollars are lost or spent foolishly. How large an allowance is proper? Experts say there isn’t right amount. Actual amounts differ from region to region, and from family to family. To set a proper allowance for your child, work up a weekly budget. Allow for entertainment expenditure(花费) such as movies and snacks. Next, include everyday expense, such as lunch money, bus fare, school supplies. “If you make the child responsible for these bills,” says Josephine Swanson, a consumer specialist, “he or she will learn to budget for necessary expenditures.” Finally add some extra money to make saving possible. If you can, keep your child’s allowance in line with that of his friends. A child whose purchasing power falls away below his peers can feel left out. It can be tough, but avoiding excusing your children when they make a mistake with their allowance. When Brooke Stephens was ten and growing up in Jacksonville, her mother gave her $5 a week, $1.75 of which was for bus fare and lunch. “If you lose your money,” Brooke’s mother told her, “you walk home.” One week the girl spent all her allowance in a candy store; then she called home for a ride. “Mom made me walk home,” recalls Stephens, now a financial planner in Brooklyn. “At first I was angry. But I finally realized that she was trying to teach me an important lesson.” Experts advise that an allowance should not be tied directly to a child’s daily housework. Kids should help around the house not because they get paid for it but because they share responsibilities as members of family. You might, however, pay a child for doing extra jobs at home; that can develop his or her initiative(积极性). 44. What does the passage mainly discuss?

A. How to develop a child’s initiative. B. How to work up an amount of pocket money. C. How to teach a child to save money. D. How to teach a child about money. 45. It can be inferred from the passage that if a child is given an allowance, he or she may _________. A. spend all the money very soon B. be spoiled and finally ruined C. feel responsible and careful about money D. lose the money and can’t return home 46. Which of the following is NOT TRUE according to the passage? A. Children should not be given money if they do daily house work. B. The amount of allowance should include money spent on books. C. Giving allowance to children helps them arrange daily expenses. D. Children should be given the same amount of money as their friends.

I’m telling you, Johnson, this is going to be the biggest development in animal-imitative cybernetics (动物模仿控制学) since Hayes pioneered the field way back in 2014. Everybody’s going to want a piece of my discovery! Everyone! Even United States of Earth Defense! I’m going to be the richest man alive! I can see you don’t share my excitement yet. Just wait, old friend. Accompany me to my lab, and we will see who has the last laugh. You’ll be begging me to take you on as a lab assistant after I...Oh, here we are. You first, my good man. You see, I had already come up with the perfect cybernetic engine, able to copy any life form. The question was, which creature would be the best show of my discovery? I’ve used a life form nobody’s considered for cybernetics. It is powerful, graceful, intelligent, and best of all people love it. I chose the tiger! Go on, have a glance! Ha! Don’t look so shocked, Johnson. I leave it powered down when I’m not testing it. It is rather great, though. Yes, all the latest technology, including claws (爪) I had made from vanadium alloy(合金). It cuts through steel like its wet cardboard. The process that I used to get its mind in the computer will be enough to ensure me fame and fortune. Huh? It did move, didn’t it? I guess I left it on yesterday. No, don’t look so nervous; I can shut off its main power with this remote(遥控器)right here. Nothing to worry about. I really don’t think it’s regarding you as a meal. Be reasonable, old...Oh, God! Johnson! The remote, where is it? Where?! Ah, there we go! Too late to save Johnson, though. What a pity. Better safe than sorry. There! God, what a mess. Even worse, I can’t call the police now; the bad publicity would overshadow my breakthrough, and certainly frighten the investors. I’ve got to get rid of the body secretly, somehow. I could bury it, but I might be seen. I could burn it, but the smoke would be very doubtful. What to do? What to... I wonder...How fast can this cat eat? 47. What’s the author ’s attitude towards his invention? A. Proud. B. Disappointed. C. Cheerful. D. Astonished. 48. It can be inferred that the invention in the passage is a________. A. surprise B. success C. failure D. wonder 49. What was the worst result of this invention? A. He couldn’t get rid of his friend’s body. B. The robot tiger killed his friend.

C. He couldn’t control the robot tiger. D. The robot tiger had to be improved. 50. What does the last sentence “I wonder...How fast can this cat eat” suggest? A. The writer wanted to know if he could find a cat to eat John’s body. B. The writer wondered how fast this cat could eat a person. C. The writer wanted to test whether this machine tiger is powerful enough. D. The writer wanted to cover up the facts that his experiment is a failure. 第二节 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入空白处的最佳选项。 选项中有两项为多余选项。 A: Good morning. My name is Peter. I’m the general manager of the personnel department. I’ll be interviewing you. Please sit down. B: 51 My name’s Jon, Jon Smash. A: Well, Jon, it’s a pleasure to meet you. 52 B: I’ve been a manager at Nike for over three years. I won manager of the year award two years ago, and I got promoted last August. A: OK. Tell me about yourself and your personality. B: 53 I think before I act, and if something goes wrong in our company I always remain calm. I never scream at my employees. And I’ve never lost my temper. A: 54 B: I think I am good at solving problems. 55 I also love challenges. I work well under pressure. When my boss pushes me to finish a project early, I always get it down and never complain. A: Jon, you seem like a very good manager. I like your ambition. You’re very confident and motivated. We like that here at Microsoft. Well, our interview is over. A. I am glad it’s you who will offer me the opportunity to get the job. B. I enjoy approaching problems directly. C. Nice to meet you. D. What are your strengths? E. I owe my success to my employees. F. Tell me about your work experience. G. I think I am very level-headed.


第二卷(非选择题,共 60 分)
第一节: 阅读表达(共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) We lived in a very quiet neighborhood. One evening I heard a loud crash in the street. Earlier that evening my wife had asked me to go to the store to get some soft drinks. It seemed like this would be a good time to let my teenage daughter Holly practice her driving. After hearing the loud noise, the whole family ran outside. My son shouted, “Dad! Dad, Holly crashed your truck.” My heart sank and my mind was flooded with conflicting thoughts. Was anyone hurt? Who else was involved? As I ran to the door, I heard a voice in my heart say, “Here is a chance to show Holly what you really love. She’ll never forget it.” The accident had occurred in my own driveway. Holly had crashed my truck into our other vehicle, the family van(搬运车). In her inexperience, she had confused the brakes and the gas pedal. Holly was unhurt physically, but when I reached her, she was crying and saying, “Oh, Dad, I’m sorry. I know how much you love this truck.” I held her in my arms as she cried. Later that week a friend stopped by and asked what had happened to my truck. I told her the story. Her eyes moistened(湿润)and she said, “That happened to me when I was a girl. I borrowed my dad’s car and ran into a log that had fallen across the road. I ruined the car. When I got home my Dad knocked me to the ground and began to kick me.” Over 40 years later, she still felt the pain of that night. It was a deep wound on her soul. I remember how sad Holly was the night and how I comforted her. One day, when Holly thinks back on her life, I want her to know that I love her a thousand times more than any piece of property. I repaired the van, but the dent(凹痕)in my truck is still there today. Every day it reminds me of what really matters in my life. 56. Why did Holly drive her father ’s truck? (No more than 5 words)

57. How did the accident happen?

(No more than 8 words)

58. What did the author regard the accident as? (No more than 10 words)

59. After the author’s friend borrowed her father ’s car, what happened to it? _______________________________________________________ 60. What does the writer try to tell us according to the passage?

(No more than 8 words)

(No more than 7 words)


第二节:短文改错 (共 10 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 15 分) 下面短文中有 10 处语言错误,请在有错误的地方增加、删除或修改某个单词。 增加:在缺词处加一个漏词符号(∧),并在其下面写上该加的词。 删除:把多余的词用斜线(﹨)划掉。 修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写上修改后的词。 注意: 1.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。 例如: It was very nice to get your invitation to spend ∧weekend with you. Luckily I was the am completely free then, so I’ll to say “yes”. I’ll arrive in Bristol at around 8 pm in Friday evening. on

My dream is to become a school teacher in the future. In fact, I had the dream of becoming a teacher since my childhood. In my opinion, without teachers, no society could make progresses. There is no doubt whether teachers play an important role in children growth. Not only do teachers pass on knowledge for children, but also they teach children how to behave themselves. Comparing with other jobs, teaching is hard and the pay is lower. And to me, what great fun it is to be with children! They make me to feel young forever because I’ll study harder and try my best to realize my dream.


第三节:书面表达:(35 分) 最近,随着考试次数逐渐增多,部分同学在考试中出现了抵触情绪。请你就此事向学校英 语报社投稿反映情况。 内容提示:1.考试的目的; 2.情绪管理的意义; 3.状态不佳时的两种调节方法; 4.鼓励大家战胜困难。 要求: 1.词数 120 左右,开头语己为你写好; 2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。 Dear editor, Recently as the number of tests increases, some students hold a negative attitude towards them. __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________


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