成都市“六校联考”高 2014 级第 3 学期期中试题
命题人：新都一中高茂涛 （全卷满分：150 分
审题人：新都一中叶静 完成时间：120 分钟）
第一部分 听力（共两节，满分 30 分）
第一节（共 5 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 7.5 分） 听下面 5 段对话。每
段对话后有一个小题，从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出 最佳选项，并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话后，你都有 10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小 题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 1. What color does the man prefer? A. Pink B.Yellow C.Light blue. 2. Why can?t the woman take her holiday? A.She is out of job now. B.She is training her employees. C.She is busy with her new job. 3. What is the woman doing? A.Offering suggestions. B.Expressing dissatisfaction. C.Asking for help. 4. How many hours will the woman be in New York? A.Two hours. B.Six hours . C.Four hours. 5. What does the woman mean? A.She thinks she is likely to get the tickets. B.She doesn?t want to sit near the stage. C.She means it is not easy at all to get tickets 第二节（共 15 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 22.5 分） 听下面 5 段对白或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题，从题中所给的 A、B、C 三 个选项中选出最佳选项，并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前，你有时间阅读各 个小题， 每小题 5 秒钟； 听完后， 各小题给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。 每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第 6 段材料，回答第 6 至 8 题。 6. What is Mr. Smith doing? A.Answering the phone. B.Having a meeting. C.Working in the office 7. When will Mr. Smith return to the office? A.After two o?clock B.In an hour . C.At three o ? clock 8. What can we infer from the dialogue? A.The man will take a message for Mr Smith. B.Anne will ring the office again. C.Mr. Smith will ring Anne back.
听第 7 段材料。回答第 9 至 11 题。 9. What was the weather like last week? A.Nice and sunny B.Too warm
C.Neither hot nor cold.
10. What season is it now? A.Summer. B.Winter C.Autumn. 11. What does the man think the weather will be like this weekend? A.He thinks it?ll rain. B.He doesn?t think it?ll rain. C.He thinks it?ll be cloudy. 听第 8 段材料，回答第 12 至 14 题。 12 What is the man?s occupation? A.A doctor B.A researcher C.A news reporter 13. Which of the following room did the man book before he came? A.A warm room with a shower. B.A single room with a shower. C.Room 523. 14. When is the man checking in? A.Saturday B.Thursday C.Tuesday. 听第 9 段材料，回答第 15 至 17 题。 15. How much does the woman pay for what she buys? A. $215. B. $385 C.$170. 16. Why does the woman change the first overcoat? A. It?s too expensive. B. It?s too large. C. It?s a bit small. 17. What color is the overcoat? A. Blue. B. White C. Grey. 听第 10 段材料，回答第 18 至 20 题。 18. What is the talk mainly about? A. Improving our memory B. Taking care of our health. C. Collecting information. 19. What should we do to remember someone?s name? A. Write it down on a piece of paper. B. Pay more attention to his or her first name. C. Remember his or her last name. 20. What does the speaker suggest to us? A. Having a rest for twenty minutes. B. Taking some Vitamin Bl and B2. C. Doing sports during the break.
阅读理解（共两节，满分 40 分） A
第一节（共 15 小题：每小题 2 分，满分 30 分）
I was excited. I had been invited to my friend?s birthday party. Tori was not my best friend, but she was in my class and we did stuff together. I asked my mum and she said I could go, so I told Tori that I?d be there. And then, two days later, my best friend called. She and her family were going to Disneyland for the whole day. She invited me to go with them. Disneyland! I really wanted to go...more than anything! I ran to ask my mum if it was OK. My mum reminded me that Tori?s party was on the same day. She said I couldn?t change my mind just because something better
came along. I begged my mum. She said no. I cried. My mum still said no. I couldn ?t get her to change her mind. I tried every excuse I could think of. My mum explained to me again--once you accept an invitation to something, you can?t change your mind and go to something else just because you want to do the other thing more. She asked me to think about if someone had said they?d come to my party and then, because something better came along, they changed their minds and didn?t come, how would I feel? So my mum dropped me off at Tori?s party. We did stuff that was fun and different. We watched a movie that hadn?t come out in theatres yet. There was a make-your- own pizza contest. We each got a piece of dough(面团)and then there were all of these toppings(配料)to choose from. We all got covered in pizza dough, cheese and toppings. We?re supposed to take a present to the birthday person and we all did. But Tori?s mum and dad had a special present to give to each of us too! That was so cool. When my mum came to pick me up, I told my mum all about the fun things we had done. She told me that she was proud of me for understanding why we can?t just dump someone because something better comes along. 21. Why did the writer cry according to the passage? A. Because her friends didn?t go to Disneyland with her. B. Because her best friend didn?t have fun with her. C. Because her mum didn?t allow her to go to Disneyland. D. Because her friend didn?t invite her to the birthday party. 22. What advice did mum give to the writer? A. To change her mind for something better. B. To explain her feelings to her friend C. To try every excuse she could think of. D. To put herself in others? shoes. 23. What lesson did the writer learn from her mum? A. An honest person never tells lies. B. One shouldn?t break a promise lightly. C. An invitation is a sign of friendship. D. Something better may come along in your life.
American government suggests that children and teens should get 60 minutes of physical activity every day. But less than half of children and just 10% of teens meet these suggestions. What?s the deal? It?s reported that about 44 million US kids participate in organised sports(such as baseball, softball, soccer).But a new study says just one-quarter of kids get the government-recommended amount of exercise when they show up for team practices. The study, published online last month in a medical journal, says younger kids and boys do better than teens and girls. The study looked at 200 kids aged 7 to 14 who played on soccer, baseball and softball teams. The kids wore sensors (传感器)to measure their activity during practices. During each practice, kids averaged 30 minutes of downtime(停工期). “It is not clear how much physical activity is provided by youth sports practices,” say the California-based authors
of the study. “Much of the time may be inactive, such as receiving verbal(口头上)instructions and waiting for turns.” What?s a parent or coach—or kid—to do? The authors of the study suggest increasing the number of practices, extending the time of practices and changing it up(加快)during practices. For example, the coach could give each player a ball at the same time. Rather than focusing on one player ?s skills, it?s best to get the whole team moving. But, the study says, the bottom line is that team sports aren ?t enough exercise. For a child to meet the US physical activity suggestions, the kid will have to do more than just join a team. Exercise is also necessary during breaks, during physical education class, after school and even on the way to school. 24.According to the text, which of the following statements is TRUE? A. Only 10% of the teens can?t meet the suggestions about physical activity. B. About 11 million US kids can get enough amount of exercise in team practices. C. The new study was published on a famous magazine last month. D. Teens do better than girls and younger kids in the new study. 25.The underlined word “extending” in Paragraph 5 means . A. giving support or confidence B. making something longer or larger C. becoming smaller or fewer D. causing to move or go quickly 26.The passage is probably written for . A. physical teachers and parents B. doctors and nurses C. class advisers and researchers D. kids and headmasters 27.What?s the best title of the passage? A. Not Enough Exercise? B. Kids for Fun? C. How to Keep Fit D. Necessary for Kids to Exercise
Last week I talked with some of my students about what they wanted to do after they graduated, and what kind of job prospects(前景） they thought they had. Given that I teach students who are training to be doctors, I was surprised do find that most thought that they would not be able to get the jobs they wanted without “outside help”. “What kind of help is that?” I asked, expecting them to tell me that they would need a relative or family friend to help them out. “Surgery(外科手术),” one replied. I was pretty alarmed by that response. It seems that the graduates of today are increasingly willing to go under the knife to get ahead of others when it comes to getting a job . One girl told me that she was considering surgery to increase her height. “They break your legs, put in special extending screws, and slowly expand the gap between the two ends of the bone as it re-grows, you can get at least 5 cm taller!” At that point, I was shocked. I am short, I can?t deny that, but I don?t think I would put myself through months of agony(痛苦)just to be a few centimetres taller. I don?t even bother to wear shoes with thick soles, as I?m not trying to hide the fact that I am just not tall! It seems to me that there is a trend towards wanting “perfection” , and that is an ideal that just does not exist in reality. No one is born perfect, yet magazines, TV shows and movies present images of thin, tall, beautiful people as being the norm. Advertisements for slimming aids, beauty treatments and
cosmetic surgery clinics fill the pages of newspapers, further creating an idea that “perfection” is a requirement, and that it must be purchased, no matter what the cost. In my opinion, skills, rather than appearance, should determine how successful a person is in his/her chosen career. 28.We can know from the passage that the author works as a . A. doctor B. model C. teacher D.reporter 29.Many graduates today turn to cosmetic surgery to . A. marry a better man/woman B. become a model C. get an advantage over others in job-hunting D. attract more admirers 30.According to the passage, the author believes that . A. everyone should purchase perfection, whatever the cost B. it?s right for graduates to ask for others to help them out in hunting for jobs C. it is one?s appearance instead of skills that really matters in one?s career D. media are to blame for misleading young people in their seeking for surgery 31.Which? s the best title for the passage?. A. Young Graduates Have Higher Expectations B. Young Graduates Look to Surgery for Better Jobs C. Young Graduates? Opinion About Cosmetic Surgery D. Young Graduates Face a Different Situation in Job-hunting
To Friend or Not to Friend We all love our parents and turn to them when we?re in need, but would you like them to hear the conversations you have with your friends on the school playground or lunch queue? Social networking sites have become extensions of the school hallways, so would you add your parents as “friends” and allow them to view your online activities and conversations with friends? In the past the generation gap included a technology gap, where children were up to date with the latest technology and parents were left behind, content to continue their day-to-day lives as they always had because they had no need to know more about technology. However, more and more parents are beginning to realise just how important social networks are in their lives. This realisation has given many parents the motivation to educate themselves about social networking sites. These days many people are attracted to social networking sites because they can choose who they have around them; there?s also a certain amount of control over privacy that we don?t get in real life. Sometimes we feel that privacy is violated （侵犯） when we must accept a “friend” request from a parent or family member. It?s a difficult choice whether or not to allow a parent to become a part of our online lives. On the one hand we don?t want to “reject” their request because that might hurt their feelings or make them feel you have something to hide. On the other hand if you do accept, then you could have a sense of being watched and no longer feel free to comment or communicate the way you did before. A recent survey suggested that parents shouldn?t take it personally if their child ignores their request, “When a teen ignores a parent?s friend request, it doesn?t necessarily mean that they are hiding something, but it could mean that this is one part of their life where they want to be independent.”
Perhaps talking with parents and giving explanations would help soften the blow if you do choose not to add them to your friends list. 32.From Paragraph 2, we learn that . A. parents feel secure about their privacy online B. social networks successfully fill the generation gap C. parents have realised the importance of social networks D. social networks offer a platform for parents to communicate 33.Teenagers may refuse parents? friend requests because . A. they hide something from their parents B. they are unwilling to be watched by parents C. their parents tend to fall behind in technology D. their parents make negative comments on them 34.The passage is mainly about . A. privacy online B. social networks C. the generation gap D. parents ? friend requests 35.Waht is the attitude of the author.? A.Douhtful. B.Neutral. C.Positive. D.Negative. 第二节（共 5 小题：每小题 2 分，满分 10 分） Encouraging Positive Relationships Choosing one?s friends is an important part of growing up. And(although you can?t choose your children?s friends, you can have a positive influence on the relationships they make throughout their formative years.)Use the following strategies to help your children to build positive relationships with their friends. ·Encourage Diversity. 36 In addition to exposing your kids to more diversity,it will also help them learn more about themselves. ·Avoid Criticism. Avoid criticising friendships, but be honest with your kids when you?re concerned. 37 This may make them defensive and less receptive to what you have to say. Do be open and willing to listen to what they have to say, and talk about what makes you nervous. · 38 If you feel that one of your child?s friends is having a negative influence on him/her, invite that friend to spend time with you and your child together so that you can have a positive influence on the relationship. ·Engage in Community Service.Engage your family in service and volunteering(or join a social group) through a local church, school or other nonprofit organisation. 39 .
· 40 When talking about a friend who has a negative influence on your child, focus your comments on that friend?s behaviours, not on her/his personality. For example, instead of calling your child?s friend irresponsible for smoking, you could point out that the behaviour has a negative effect on her/his health and recommend ways for your child to help her/him quit. A. Offer advice. B. Get involved. C. Don?t show disapproval of your child?s friends. D. Help your kids find the group that they fit with. E. These events can be great places to meet new friends. F. It?s important to develop positive relationships with family members as well.
G. Challenge your children to get to know kids from many different backgrounds.
第三部分 英语知识运用（共两节，满分 45 分） 第一节 完形填空（共 20 小题：每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分）
A doctor entered the hospital in a hurry after being called in for an urgent 41 . He answered the call as soon as possible, changed his clothes and went directly to the operation block. He found the boy?s father 42 in the hall waiting for the doctor. On seeing him, the dad 43 “Why did you take all this 44 to come? Don?t you know that my son?s life is in danger? Don?t you have any sense of 45 ?” The doctor smiled and said, “I am sorry. I wasn?t in hospital and I 46 as fast as I could after receiving the call...And now, I wish you?d calm down 47 I can do my work.” “Calm down? What if your son is in this room right now, would you calm down? If your own son is 48 now what will you do?” said the father 49 . The doctor smiled again and replied, “I will say what Job said in the Bible ?From dust we came and to dust we return, blessed by the name of God?. 50 cannot extend lives. Go and 51 for your son. We will do our best by God?s grace.” “Giving advice when we?re not 52 is so easy,” murmured the father. The operation took some hours 53 which the doctor went out happily. “Thank goodness! Your son is saved!” And without waiting for the father ?s reply he carried on his 54 running. “If you have any question, ask the nurse!” “Why is he so 55 ? He couldn?t wait some minutes so that I could ask about my son?s 56 ?”commented the father when seeing the nurse minutes after the doctor left. The nurse answered, 57 coming down her face, “His son died yesterday in a road accident. He was in the funeral when we called him for your son?s operation. 58 now that he saved your son?s life, he left running to finish his son?s funeral.” Never 59 anyone... because you never know how their life is and what they? re 60 . 41.A.meeting B.career C.operation D.telegram 42.A.calling B.running C.jumping D.pacing 43.A .admitted B.expressed C.whispered D.shouted 44.A .time B.cost C.way D.turn 45.A.humour B.responsibility C.pride D.honour 46.A.worked B.left C.came D.moved 47.A.in case B.so that C.until D.even if 48.A.dying B.lying C.missing D.dropping 49.A.sadly B.cheerfully C.hopefully D.angrily 50.A.God B.Teachers C.Friends D.Doctors 51.A.speak B.search C.pray D.think 52.A.worried B.concerned C.lost D.tired 53.A.after B.for C.before D.with 54.A.way B.words C.trust D.order 55.A.patient B.proud C.powerful D.absent 56.A.position B.medicine C.state D.life
57.A.sweat 58.A.And 59.A.ignore 60.A.doing
B.cold B.But B.judge B.loading
C.smile C.Or C.explain C.experiencing
D.tears D.While D.believe D.lacking
第二节（共 10 小题：每小题 1.5，满分 15 分）
Motto is a short statement giving a rule on how to behave, 61 can inspire us especially when we are 62 (face) with difficulties. Many of us have our mottoes, such as “Where there is a will, there is a way.” Or “Nothing is difficult if you put your heart into it.”, and so on. My motto is “God helps those who help 63 .” Sometimes I am lazy and don?t want to make efforts 64(work) hard, 65the moment I think of my motto I will get energetic again and devote myself 66 what I am doing. I write my motto 67 I can see it easily. Every time I fail in my exam and begin to lose heart, the sight of my motto inspires me with much 68 (confident).My motto also makes me become 69 independent person. That is to say, I won?t rely on others easily. My friends, what is your motto? If you still haven ?t got a motto, please choose 70 because a motto can have a great effect on you. 第四部分 写作（共两节，满分 35 分） 第一节 短文改错（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分）
假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文，请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。文中共 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。
Of all the teachers in my primary school, the one which impressed me most was Mrs. Huang. She was my 5th grade teacher. She was able to making learning fun and I liked her classes very much. Besides, she made me leader of many group project, which gave me confidence. That was with her help that I soon became top student in our class. Looked back on it, I?m very proud for having such an excellent teacher. The reason why I did so good was that she made me to feel confident, I am really grateful to her and I hoped one day I will become a teacher like her.
第二节 书面表达（满分 25 分） 假定你是成都市某中学高二学生李华。 今年暑假将有 15 名英国学生来你校参加 “游学” （Study Abroad）活动。学校现从学生中招募 15 个义务接待家庭。请你根据以下要点用英 文给负责此项目工作的 Mr.Dean 写一封申请信。 1.你的家庭情况； 2.你家的居住条件及与学校的距离； 3.你家作为接待家庭的优势。 注意：
1.词数 120 左右； 2.可以适当增加细节，以使行文连贯； 3.信的开头和结尾已给出，但不计入总词数。 Dear Mr.Dean,
Yours Li Hua
听力：ACCBC，BACBC， AABCC， CCABB. 阅读：A：CDB B：BBAA C：CCDB D：CBDB 七选五：GCBEA 完形：CDDAB,CBADA,CBAAB, CDABC 语 法 填 空 .61.which 62.faced 63.themselves 64.to work 65.but 66.to 67.where 68.confidence 69.an 70.one 改错.1.which → who/that. 2.making→ make 3.project→ projects 4.That→ It 5. ∧ a 6.Looked → Looking 7.for → of 8.good → well 9.to feel → feel 10.hoped→ hope 书面表达 One possible version Dear Mr.Dean, It is nice to learn that 15 students from Britain will come to our school for a Study Abroad program. After I consulted with my parents, my family would like to be a host family to them. We hace the following advantages. First of all, my dad is a university teacher, and my mom is a saleswomam in a shop. We all can speak English,so it will be easy for us to communicate with our guest. Secomd, we have a spare room with a wash-room and shower for our guest?s convenience. Third, my home is within easy reach of the school, and it normally takes about 10 minutes by subway or 25 mi-nutes by bus. What is more, my mom is good at cooking. I believe my guest will have a pleasant stay with my family. I?m looking forward to your reply. Yours, Li Hua