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山东省平度市 2016 届高三英语毕业班模拟考试试题(五)
听力部分 (满分 30 分) 第一部分 听下面 5 段对话,每段对话后有一小题。从题中所给的、 B 、 C 三个选项中选出最佳选项,。 听完每段对话后,你都有 10 秒钟的时间回答有关小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 1. Where does the woman usually put her glasses ? A

. In the dining room B. On the desk downstairs C. On the table 2. Why did the woman apologize to Barbara? A. She feels bad about what happened B. Her father told her she should C. She wants to be nice to her older sister 3. What will the speakers do first according to the man? A. Visit the Grand Canyon A. $95 B. $85 C. $75 B. Check into the hotel C. Have lunch in a park 4. How much will the woman pay for the shoes? 5. What just happened to the woman? A. The man broke her phone B. The man stole her phone C. The man took a video of her 听下面 5 段对话,每段对话后有几个小题。从题中所给的、 B 、 C 三个选项中选出最佳选项, 听完每段对话后,各题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间,每段对话读两遍。 听第 6 段材料,回答 6, 7 题 6. What does the woman mostly use her printer for? A. Printing out photos for fun B. Printing out papers for school C. Printing out documents for her boss 7. What does the man think of the printer? A. Interesting B. Boring C. Old-fashioned 听第 7 段材料,回答 8.9 题 8. Why did the woman take out a loan? A. To pay her school fees B. To pay for a vacation to Europe C. To give some money to her parents 9. What does the woman think the man should do? A. Get a real job B. Go to Europe C. Think seriously about his financial choices 听第 8 段材料,回答 10-12 题
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10. How many hours did the woman sleep last night? A. 8 hours A. Salad B. 7 hours B. Eggs C. 6 hours 11. What did the woman eat for lunch? C. A banana 12. What is wrong with the woman? A. She didn’t sleep enough last night B. She didn’t have breakfast C. She didn’t drink enough water 听第 9 段材料,回答 13-16 题 13. How many people does Martina work for at the moment? ] A. One B. Two C. Three 14. What is the woman doing? A. Interviewing the man about his job B. Applying for a job at the man’s company C. Helping the man to find a new employee 15. Where does the man probably do most of his business? A. In Asia A. Age B. In Europe B. Language abilities C. In the Middle East C. Being strong and tough 16. What is the most important thing according to the man? 听第 10 段材料,回答 17-20 题 17. What news does the speaker tell her audience? A. She will be retiring in several months B. She will be hosting a different show soon C. She will join a jazz band soon 18. Who is the first special guest tonight? A. The Roots A. a hit TV show B. Jay Leno C. Bill Clinton C. His playing basketball 19. What is Brain Cranston known for? B. His well-known songs 20. What will the audience do next? A. Listen to a funny story B. Welcome the show’s band C. Welcome the first special guest II .第一节阅读理解 (满分 30 分,每小题 2 分) A Every year, millions of Americans see their personal information leak into the wrong hands. Maybe there’s spyware on the their computer, or a service they use suffered a security reach, leaving customers at the risk of exposure. Or perhaps their password is easy to g uess. Don’t fear: You can easily set up proper defenses. Here’s how. ● Clean Your Computer and Smartphone

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Before you put new security measure s into place, make sure your devices are as spotless as possible. This means installing a good antivirus program and taking the time to clear out any spy — or malware that may have already infected your system. These days, it’s also worth it to make sure your phone is safe from viruses. Iphones are less likely to be targeted by spyware, but Android users should download the Lookout app to scan their devices and ensure everything is as it should be. ● Secure Your WiFi. It’s fairly easy for potential criminals to gain access to your information if they’re able to share your connection — that’s why you want to be careful when using public WiFi. Even though you put security measures into place a couple o f years ago, it’s a good idea to refresh your settings. ● Use passwords What you’ve heard is true: Passwords should use a variety of special characters, numerals, letters, and cases when possible. ● Check the shopping security Take care when shopping online. Always check the security symbols when using an online site for shopping. If the lock icon encryption ( 加密 ) and start shopping online. Keep a separate credit card just for online shopping. This will make it easier to cancel if something bad does happen and your other credit card for “in real life” can still be used uninfluenced. Don’t store information on any store’s website. It may be convenient but it’s also a possible loss to you if the site is hacked. 21 . To put new security measures into place, we need to ___________. A. clear out everything in the system B. make a random selection of network C. get rid of potential spyware D. refresh the infected system 22 . According to the passage, the risk of exposing personal information may possibly be caused by ___________. A. the applications of antivirus programs B. the practice of using public WiFi C. the difficult access to passwords D. the separate credit card for online shopping 23 . Which of the following is an improper way to shop online? A. Adopting a unique password for every website. B. Shopping online at reliable websites. C. Keeping credit details safe by checking security symbols. D. Monitoring credit card by storing information online. B
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is not there, do not give out credit

details. Also, check that the site is legal — never go to a site from a random email

Phrases like “tiger mom” and ‘‘helicopter parent” have made their way into everyday language. Many of us find ourselves drawn to the idea that with just a bit more parental hard work and ef fort, we might turn out children with bright futures. But is there anything wrong with a kind of “overparenting style”? Parental involvement has a long history of being studied. Many of the studies, conducted by Diana Baumrind, a famous psychologist at the University of California, Berkeley, have found that a good parent is the one who is involved and reacts to her child in a positive way, who sets high expectations but gives her child independence. These “authoritative parents” appear to hit the sweet spot of parental involvement and generally raise children who do better academically, psychologically and socially than children whose parents are not strict and less involved, or controlling and more involved. Why is this parenting style so successful? Authoritative parents actually help improve motivation in their children. Carol Dweck, a social psychologist at Stanford University, has done research that indicates why author itative parents raise more motivated children. In a typical experiment, Dr. Dweck takes young children into a room and asks them to solve a s imple puzzle. Most do so with little difficulty. But then Dr. Dweck tells some, but not all, of the kids how clever they are. As it turns out, the children who are not told they’re smart are more motivated to solve increasingly difficult puzzles. They also show higher levels of confidence and show greater progress in puzzle-solving. As the experiment suggests, praising children’s talents and abilities seems to shake their confidence. Dealing with more difficult puzzles carries the risk of losing one’s status as “smart”. Dr. Dweck’s work strongly supports that of Dr. Baumrind, who also found that reasonably supporting a child’s independence and limiting interference ( 干涉 ) causes better academic and emotional results. The central task of growing up is to develop a sense of self that is independent and confident. If you treat your young child who is just learning to walk as if she can’t walk, you reduce her confidence. Allowing children to make mistakes is one of the greatest challenges of parenting. It is easier when they are young. The potential mistakes carry greater risks, and part of being a parent is reducing risk for our children. 24 .According to the passage, a “tiger mom” ______. A. helps her children realize their dreams B. speaks her children’s everyday language C. places reasonable expectations on her children D. pays close attention to her children’s experiences 25 . It is implied that controlling style of parenting may _____. A. cause more problems in children B. foster independence in children C. face more challenges of children D. lead to children’s academic success 26 . The example of the children doing the puzzles suggests that _ _____.
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A. a good game plays a big role in training young minds B. overpraising makes children less motivated and confident C. puzzle-solving can give children the motivation they need D. bright children usually show less confidence in difficult games 27 . The last paragraph tells us that ______. A. children should not b e given much freedom B. parents should not increase the risk of challenging C. parents should allow their children to learn from mistakes D. children should correct mistakes with the help of their parents C A Special Appointment Years ago I moved to Woodland Hills to take a job in a small hospital’s emergency department. No one wanted to work on Christmas Eve, so the shift ( 轮班 ) went to me. I kissed my family goodbye and went off to spend the night in the hospital. It was a thankless job. At 9 pm, the ambulance brought in a man in his 60s who was having a heart attack. His face was pale, and he was frightened. The whole night I did my best to save his life. Before I left in the morning to spend Christmas with my family, I stopped by to see how he was doing. It was still tough, but he had survived the night and was sleeping. The following year I got Christmas Eve duty again. At 9 pm sharp, the ward clerk told me there was a couple who wanted to speak with me. When I approached them, the man introduced himself as Mr. Lee and said, “You probably don’t remember me, but last Christmas Eve you saved my life. Thank you for the year you gave me.” He and his wife hugged me, handed me a small gift, and left. The following year a new doctor had joined the group, but I wanted to see if Mr. and Mrs. Lee would return. This time, I volunteered for the shift. I kept an eye on the door. Once again, at exactly 9 pm, the Lees appeared, carryi ng a warmly wrapped bundle. It was their new grandchild. Mr. Lee, his family and I spent 13 Christmas Eves together. In the later years the staff all knew about the story and would work to give me time with him in the break room, where we spent a half-hour each Christmas Eve. The last year I saw him, he brought me a gift. I carefully opened the package and found a crystal ( 水晶 ) bell inside. It was engraved ( 镌刻 ) with a single word: Friendship. Now, my family, friends and I ring that bell every Christmas Eve at exactly 9 pm and of fer our best wishes to the man who we won’t forget. 28 .Working on Christmas Eve was considered “a thankless job” because ______. A. most patients were seriously ill B. patients refused to express thanks C. doctors had nothing to do on that day D. doctors c ouldn’t get praise for the hard job 29 . When the author left the hospital the next morning, Mr. Lee ______. A. was still in a state of danger
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B. was really angry with her C. got ready to leave the hospital D. recovered from his heart attack 30 . According to the passage, the author formed a habit of ______. A. celebrating Christmas Eve with her family B. giving Christmas gifts to the hospital staff C. spending Christmas Eve with Mr. Lee in hospital D. ringing the bell for patients in the emergency department 31 . Why does the author ring the bell on Christmas Eve? A. To honor her working experience. B. To tell kids the traditional custom. C. To remember an old friend of hers. D. To show the beginning of the holiday. D Imagine you are standing on the 70th floor of the Empire State Building, staring at the cityscape. Suddenly a man pushes past you, opens the window and announces his intention to jump. You yell out, “Stop! Don’t do it!” the six -foot-five figure turns to you and menacingly ( 恐吓地) says, “Try to stop me and I’ll take you with me!” “Umm? No problem, sir. have a good trip. any last words?” “Let me tell you my troubles,” he says, “my wife left me, my kids won’t talk to me, I lost my job and my pet turtle died, so why should I go on living?” Suddenly you have a flash of inspiration. “Sir, close your eyes for a minute and imagine that you are blind. No colors, no sights of children playing, no fields of flowers, no sunset. Now imagine that suddenly there’s a miracle. You open your eye s and your vision is restored! Are you going to jump? Or will you stick around for a week to enjoy the sights?” “I’ll stay for a week.” “But what happened to all the troubles?” “I guess they’re not so bad. I can see!” “Well, your eyesight is worth at least five million dollars. You’re a rich man!” If you really appreciate your eyesight, the other pains are insignificant. But if you take it all for granted, then nothing in life will ever truly give you joy. Actually, there are misconceptions on the road to happiness. misconception1: “Once I know the tools for being happy, then it will work like magic.” Don’t expect the results to come automatically. It is possible to understand how to achieve happiness, yet not put it into practice. In fact, many people actually prefer to be comfortable and unhappy, rather than bear the discomfort of changing their habits. Just as learning any new skill requires effort, you have to be willing to invest serious effort to achieve real happiness. Misconception 2: “if I become content and satisfied with what I have, I’ll lose my motivation to achieve more.”
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Now ask someone who is depressed, “Let’s go fishing!” “I’m tired. Maybe tomorrow. And anyway, I might rain?” in reality, happy people are energetic and ambitious. There’s never enough time to do everything they want to do. Misconception 3: A beautiful Sunday afternoon, you’re in the park having a picnic with friends. Suddenly one person complains: “who forgot the forks? It’s too hot for volleyball. I want to go home already.” When our mood negatively affects others, we recognize we have duty to be happy and not spoil the fun. But what about when we’re at home with our family? Or when we go into the office on Monday morning? like an open pit in the middle of the road, a sourpuss( 牢 骚满腹的人 ) is a public danger. Being happy is part of being considerate to the people around us. 32 . The story is placed at the beginning of the passage in order to A. tell a skill of persuasion B. warn the danger of standing on a tall building C. emphasize the importance of eyesight D. introduce the theme of the passage 33 . What can be inferred from the underlined sentences? A. Everything has a price. B. We should value what we have. C. Every dog has its day. D. Eyesight is more important. 34 . What is right about happy ? A. Happy is a gift. B. Happy is limited. C. Happy is contagious ( 会传染的 ). D. Happy is no more than a skill. 35 . The best subtitle of Misconception 3 is . A. If unhappy occurs at home, I needn’t pretend to be happy B. If I can’t make others unhappy, I won’t be happy. C. If someone is happy, then others around them are happy. D. If I want to be depressed, that’s my own prerogative. 第二节(共 5 小题 : 每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) 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。 While it is impossible to live completely free of stress, it is possible to prevent stress as well as reduce its effect when it can’t be avoided. The US Department of Health and Human Services offers the following suggestions for ways to deal with stress. ·Try physical activity. When you are nervous, angry or upset, try releasing ( 释 放 ) the pressure through exercise or physical activity. ·Take care of yourself.
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You should make every effort to eat well and get enough rest. If you easily get angry and cannot sleep well enough, or if you’re no t eating properly, it will be more likely that you will fall into situations of stress. ·Make time for yourself. 38 . Don’t forget, play can be just as important as work. You need a break from your daily routine to just relax and have fun. Go windo w-shopping or work on a hobby. Allow yourself at least a half hour each day to do something you enjoy. · to do ,and not enough time.” Trying to take care of everything a t once can be too much for you and, as a result , you may not achieve anything. Instead, make a list of everything you have to do, then do one thing at a time. 40 . A. Bear in mind the most important task. B. Schedule time for both work and play. C. Check off each task as it is completed. D. Make a list of the things you need to do. E. For example, you could take your job as your hobby. F. If stress repeatedly keeps you from sleeping, you should consult a doctor. G. Running, walking, or playing tennis are just some of the activities you might try. III 完形填空(共 20 小题:每小题 1.5 分,共 30 分) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,从每题所给的 A 、 B 、 C 、 D 四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答 题卡上将该项涂黑。 Two excited kids begged their father for his permission to see a film. Having read some_____41___ about the movie on the Internet, he firmly those scenes are merely a few minutes of the determination making up for its __42______ their request with the reason that movie presents immorality ( 不道德 ) as being evil eventually. In addition, there are other _______46_ ____47____ !” ____43____ . “But dad, themes like courage and Set out to do the most important tasks first. 39 . Stress can result from disorganization ( 杂乱无章) and a feeling that “there’s so much 37 .

__44______ film, in which good______45__

But the father didn’t ______48__ , and the two teenagers were cast down. Then they heard the sounds of their father prepari ng something in the ______49__ . One of the teenagers said, “Dad must be feeling _50_______ , and now he’s trying to ____51____ us with some tasty food.” Soon their father appeared with a plate of warm cakes and said, “Before you eat, I want to tell you something: I love you both so much.” The teenagers smiled and __52______ with each other knowing glances. Dad was softening. Looking at ______53__ about the father’s __54______ with you. I added one ingredient ( 配料 ) that
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“To make it more delicious? Oh, come on, Dad! Please just tell us what it is .” “OK, if you _____56___ Both teens ______58__ cake back on the plate. “DAD! Why did you do that?” “That is the same reason why I won’t allow you to watch that movie. You won’t _____60___ 41 . A. parts 42 . A. repeated 43 . A. unbelievable 44 . A. popular 45 . A. threatens 46 . A. inspiring 47 . A. education 48 . A. give out 49 . A. house 50 . A. sad 51 . A. persuade 52 . A. screamed 53 . A. impatient 54 . A. honest 55 . A. surprisingly 56 . A. like 57 . A. common 58 . A. unwillingly 59 . A. remaining 60 . A. expect a little dog waste in your cake, so why should you put up with a little B. chapters B. rejected B. acceptable B. original B. attacks B. general B. meaning B. give in B. bedroom B. upset B. comfort B. provided B. unhappy B. satisfied B. easily B. permit B. secret B. helplessly B. whole B. add C. adaptations C. made C. personal C. exciting C. affects C. interesting C. disadvantage C. give away C. garden C. regretful C. join C. exchanged C. sorry C. strict C. usually C. refuse C. terrible C. gratefully C. strange C. tolerate D. reviews D. agreed to D. favorable D. total D. defeats D. powerful D. success D. give off D. Kitchen D. guilty D. supply D. talked D. cruel D. patient D. daily D. insist D. wonderful D. instantly D. warm D. Overcome immorality in your movies?” stopped chewing the cake, spit it out and dropped the

V 语法填空(共 10 小题,每小题 1.5 分,共 15 ) ,请将答案写在答题纸上,阅读下面材料,用不 多于 3 个单词的正确形式填空: shanghai Disney Resort is intended to open in the summer of 2016, and will offer discounted tickets to administration. Tickets prices will be set according to Disney’s interna tional practice and the project’s 62 (operate). Therefore, children, seniors and special groups usually 63 (complete) 64 . combining operations with ongoing enjoy a good discount. While the major construction work is expected in May 2016, the current focus has been construction. 65 . 61 . (vary) groups of visitors, according to the city’s tourism

number of projects to improve the environment and manage traffic the theme park is a part, is a joint venture( 合
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(i ntend) to open in 2015, but a decision to invest a further $800 million (it) opening. The extra money covers the increase in the park’s size 69 . it was originally forecast.

and is expected to attract 30% more visitors Chinese mainland and the 70 .

Upon completion, the world-class destination will be the first Disney park on the (five) around the world. VI .短文改错。 (共 10 小题,每小题 1 分,满分 10 分)请将答案写在答题纸上,短文中共有 10 处错误,每句话中最多有两处。 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 (^) ,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。 Everyone has a dream . We are on the way to achieve it whether the way is smooth or toughly . As Senior 3 student, I have the same dream as my classmates that I can be admitted to an ideal university . In the past three years, I have done everything I can to equip myself with that I have learnt from my teachers . Not only have I enjoyed the pleasure of study but also I have got closer to my dream . Anxious and pressure did discourage from me at times .Besides, with the encouragement of my teachers and classmates, I think I’ll make it .I’m sure that there has still a long way to go to achieve my dream . No matter how challenged it is, I’ll make it come true.As the proverb said,” Where there’s a will, there’s a way.” VII .书面表达。 ( 25 分) 高中生面临沉重的学习压力,因此,很多同学课间休息时间也坐在教室里学习,但效果并不理 想 。 就 此 , 班 主 任 准 备开 一 次 班 会 课 , 以 劝 诫这 些 同 学 : 适 当 的 休 息很 有 必 要 。 现 请 你 以“The Ten- minute Break Between Classes” 为题,按以下要求写一篇英语短文,让这些同学从中受到 启发。要点如下: 1. 请简要描述现象:很多同学在课间休息时间也坐在教室里学习,但效果并不理想; 2. 十分钟的课间休息很有必要; 3. 你是如何利用这十分钟休息时间的。 注意:词数 100 词左右,开头已给出,不计入总词数。 The Ten-minute Break Between Classes Time seems to be so limited for us senior high school students. ______________________________________________________________________ ————————————————————————————————

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答案:英语参考答案与评分标准 第Ⅰ卷 第一部分 第二部分 21-35 听力 ( 每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分 ) 阅读理解 ( 每小题 2 分,满分 40 分 ) CBD DABC 37 . F 42 . B 54 . A DACC DDCD 39 . D 44 . D 56 . D 40 . C 45 . D 57 . B 46 . A 58 . D 47 . C 59 . A 48 . B 60 . C 49 . D 50 . D 51 . B 38 . B 43 . B 55 . C 1-20 CBBCB BAACC ACCCA CBCAB

七选五: 36 G 完形填空 41 . D 52 . C 第Ⅱ卷 第三部分 53 . A

英语知识运用 ( 共两节,满分 45 分 ) 62 . operation 67 . was intended 63 . to be completed 68 . its 69 . than 64 . on 65 . A

第二节 ( 共 10 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 15 分 ) 61 . various 66 . which 短文改错 【小题 1 】 achieve 改为 achieving 【小题 2 】 toughly 改为 tough 【小题 3 】 Senior 前加 a 【小题 4 】 that 改为 what 【小题 5 】 anxious 改为 anxiety 【小题 6 】去掉 from 【小题 7 】 Besides 改为 However 【小题 8 】 has 改为 is 【小题 9 】 challenged 改为 challenging 【小题 10 】 said 改为 says 70 . fifth

评分说明:与答案不一致不给分(包括大小写不正确) 。

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