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塔夫教育艺术生高考冲刺全真模拟卷英语五
第一部分:英语知识应用(共两节,满分 30 分) 第一节:单项填空(共 20 小题,每小题 0.5 分,满分 10 分) 从 A、B、C 和 D 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。 1. -How

far is it from the mountain top, Dad? I am really tired out. -________, dear! We are reaching it. A. That's all right B. My goodness C. Come on D. No wonder 2. The Team-up Centre will offer ____opportunity to young singers to show their talents in front of ____audience of 5,000. A. an; an B. the; an C. an; the D. the; the 3. — How is your father feeling at present? — He ________ quite fine after the operation, but unluckily he is taking a turn for the worse today. A. feels. B. felt. C. has been feeling. D. had felt 4. Fortunately enough, the old man was rushed to the hospital in time. Three minutes late, and he ________. A. would die. B. was to die. C. should have died. D. would have died. 5. He hasn’t got any hobbies --_______ you call watching TV a hobby. A. when B. if C. unless D. since 6. —Do you think he is the only person for the job? —I’m not quite sure but he’ll prove_______ to the task. A. equal B. essential C. special D. Superior 7. Very soon the message drew dozens of responses from his classmates and other teenagers, all ______ about their excessive workload during the National Day holidays. A. complained B. complaining C. to complain D. were complaining 8. As the dark horse, China’s football team swept into the quarterfinals_______ it lost to host country Australia. A. as B. what C. that D. where 9. The frozen waterfall has attracted floods of tourists to_______ the natural beauty. A. cherish B. admire C. observe D. discover 10. We have no doubt that if the students’ interest in the subject is aroused, they will ________ the challenge and commit more of their time and energy to their studies. A. face up to. B. keep pace with. C. put up with. D. live up to 11. You can't expect John and Jane will have different opinions. When one of them makes any proposal, the other will readily ______. A. compromise B. consent C. conflict D. consult 12. The cost of renting a house in central Hangzhou is higher than ______ in any other area of the city. A.that B.this C.it D.one 13. Don’t stand by when you come across____ have difficulty in supporting their family because of serious illness. A. who B. whoever C. whichever D. whomever 14. The school took the students’ request into consideration that a party______ be held to celebrate the victory. A. could B. might C. would D. should 15. These days strange things ______ happened in the small village, which caused a panic among the villagers. A. rarely B. typically C. gradually D. frequently
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16. Brown said he was by no means annoyed; _______ ,he was glad to be able make himself clearly understood. A, all in all B. for one thing C. on the contrary D. by the way 17. It is reported that many a new house _______ at present in the disaster area. A. are being built B. were being built C. was being built D. is being built 18. Everything, unless otherwise ______, will go on as planned. A. stating B. states C. to state D. stated 19. "Not until I knew much about the Nanjing Massacre", the foreigner says, "_____ the significance of setting the National Memorial Day." A. had I understood B. did I understand C. I have understood D. I understood 20. —Shall we offer the new position to Jack? —. ________ .You are the boss. A. You bet. B. It’s your call. C. No problem. D. It depends 第二节:完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从第 21—40 各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项, 并在答题卷上将该选项标号涂黑。 A Different View At age 14, 15 and 16, the way we looked was the most important thing in the world to us. My friends and I wanted nothing less than perfection. In high school, we joined the gymnastics team, and our 36 because even more important to us. We had no fat, only muscle. On the weekends, we would go to the beach, 37 of our flat stomachs. One summer day, all my friends were at my house 38 . At one point, I was running back to the pool. I 39 on a bee, and while it was dying under my foot, it stung (蛰) me. I instantly started to feel 40 . That night, I began to run a high fever and my leg and foot were red, hot and swollen. I couldn’t walk. I could barely 41 . When my foot started to go numb, everyone became more 42 . My foot was not getting enough blood. I had to go to the 43 , and my leg hurt as if it were badly broken. I couldn’t move. All I could do was think about how soft my middle was becoming. That 44 me more than any concern over my leg. That would all 45 when I heard the doctors mention possibly cutting off my foot. It was still not getting the 46 supply it needed. The doctors would have to speed up their treatment. Never before did I have such great 47 for my foot. And walking seemed like a 48 from the gods. Less and less would I want to hear my friends talk about 49 and who was wearing what. More and more I expected visits from other kids in the hospital, who were quickly becoming my friends. One girl came to visit me 50 . Every time she came, she brought flowers. She was recovering from cancer and felt she should come back and 51 the other patients. She still had no hair, and she was swollen from medications she had been taking. I would not have given this girl a second 52 before. I now loved every inch of her and looked forward to her 53 . Finally, I was improving and soon I went home. My leg was still swollen, 54 I was walking, and I had my foot! When I would go back to the hospital, I often saw my friend. She was still visiting people and 55 good cheer. I thought if even there was an angel on this earth, it had to be her. 21. A. grades B. brains C. bodies D. clothes 22. A. ashamed B. proud C. sure D. tired 23. A. dancing B. chatting C. jogging D. swimming 24. A. stepped B. focused C. held D. took 25. A. upset B. fearful C. sick D. anxious 26. A. jump B. run C. stand D. rest
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27. A. concerned B. relieved C. surprised D. interested 28. A. beach B. hospital C. gym D. school 29. A. blamed B. impressed C. shocked D. troubled 30. A. change B. bother C. help D. happen 31. A. nutrition B. blood C. time D. air 32. A. observation B. devotion C. appreciation D. evaluation 33. A. gift B. hand C. promise D. treat 34.A. homework B. appointment C. movies D. gymnastics 35. A. suddenly B. regularly C. eventually D. recently 36. A. advise B. encourage C. serve D. instruct 37. A. choice B. thought C. glance D. chance 38. A. words B. ideas C. flowers D. visits 39. A. but B. then C. so D. for 40. A. enjoying B. gaining C. discovering D. spreading 第二部分:阅读理解(第一节 20 小题,第二节 5 小题;每小题 2 分,共 50 分) 第一节:阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卷上 将该选项标号涂黑。 A Parents all struggle to get children to understand that money doesn’t grow on trees, wanting them to be responsible, work hard and learn to save a few bucks. But these lessons are among the most difficult to teach. Enter KidZania, an internationally praised and truly unique children’s theme park, which makes life a little easier for parents. KidZania is not a traditional theme park in almost any sense of the world---there are no roller coasters or merry–go-rounds in sight. There are, however, plenty of attractions and activities that will keep children busy, active, engaged and excited all day. What makes it so much fun is that it is a kid-sized city---complete with restaurants, banks, grocery stores and hospitals---where the kids get to be adults, doing the things most of us do on any normal day. They start by picking one of nearly 100 ―careers‖ and learning about it. Then, they put on their uniform and are ready to work and earn KidZania dollars (Kidzos). Most activities are universal but some are localized to reflect distinct flavors ad personality of the country and region where the park is located and to keep it real for the kids. Kids get paid for every job they do, which helps them explore the mysteries of managing money. Kidzos in hand, they can spend it or save it. If they run short of money, they’ll have to find a way to earn some. Each KIdZania city is planned in amazing detail, even including real world brands that help sponsor the city and keep it running. I was a little cautious of all the popular corporate logos, but the brands weren’t pushed at all. They are there to reinforce(加强) the ―real city‖ feeling by mixing it with things kids recognize. KidNania employs senior citizens who give the park a homey feel and help put children at ease. Management also employs the disabled, whether blind, deaf or wheel-bound. Besides making for a more realistic city, this teaches children about those with different abilities and gives them an opportunity to spend time with people they might otherwise have stared at or treated less than kindly. Socialization is an important part of KidZania, just as it is throughout childhood. The KidZania experience empowers kids, giving them the confidence to be their best selves, and the inspiration to be great global citizens. And it’s part of what makes KidZania such an amazing place for families and children. 41. KidZania is unique in that _____. A. it has no entertainment facilities. B. it includes lots of localized activities C. it offers kids chances to learn through working D. it employs many seniors and disabled people
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42. What does the author think of it when the real world brands are included in KidZania? A. He doesn’t think it proper to have them in the park. B. He thinks it helpful for running the park. C. He thinks kids can learn nothing without them. D. He thinks it may have a bad effect on kids. 43. Children’s theme park KidZania is set up to _____. A. prepare them to be good citizens in the future B. provide them with a place to have a good time C. make them aware of their parents’ hardship D. assist them in building a good relationship with parents 44. The word ―empower‖ in the last paragraph is closet in meaning to _____. A. control B. enable C. impress D. promise 45. Which of the following might be the best title of the passage? A. Children do part-time jobs at theme park. B. A theme park pushes kids to be grown-ups. C. KidZania theme park makes children’s life easier. D. Kids get to ―be‖ adults at KidZania theme park. B Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium (水族馆) The all-new Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium, situated in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD, is one of Victoria’s leading visitor attractions and an unforgettable outing for the whole family. Having 12 amazing zones of discovery, Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium is the very place that you cannot miss when you visit the city. * Opening Times Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium is open from 9:30 am until 6:00 pm every day of the year, including public holidays. Last admission is at 5:00 pm, one hour before closing. * Location Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium is located on the corner of Flinders Street and King Street, Melbourne. It is siyuated on the Yarra River, opposite Crown Entertainment Complex. * Getting to Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium Train The Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium train stop is located on the free City Circle Tram route (公交线路) and also routes 70 and 75. City Circle trams run every 10 minutes in both directions. Shuttle Bus The Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium is a free bus service, stopping at key tourist attractions in and around the City. Running daily, every 15 minutes from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. Car Parking While there is no public car parking at Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium, there are several public car parking lots available only a short walk away. * Wheelchair Access Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium provides people in wheelchairs with full access to all 12 zones. Each floor also has wheelchair accessible toilets. * Terms Tickets will be emailed to you immediately after purchase or you can download and print your ticket once payment has been accepted. Please print out all tickets purchased and present at the front entrance of Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium. No ticket, no entry! 46. Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium _________ . A. is located at the center of the CBD in the city B. has 12 most attractive places in Melbourne C. admits visitors from 9:30 am untill 6:00 pm D. is beside Crown Entertainment Complex
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47. Getting to Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium, visitors can take ________. A. trains from southern Cross train station B. shuttle buses around the train station C. boats across the yarra River D. either tram route 70 or 75 48. Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium offers visitors ________. A. free car parking B. wheelchair access C. Internet connection D. transportation service 49. Tickets to Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium ________ . A. are free to all visitors B. can be pursed by email C. rare checked at the entrance D. can be printed at the ticket office C Think of the last time a song really moved you, or meant something to you.Listening to and playing music affects many different sections of the brain, affecting us physically as well. Why are we as humans so connected to music? Making music is something that we are born with. There's a reason we refer to music as the ―universal language‖; there has been no known human culture without music. Dancing and music came before agriculture, and possibly even before language. The fact that whale music and human music have so much in common suggests that music may exist before humans and that we may be latecomers to the musical scene rather than being the inventors of music. We begin life being affected by music; babies first begin to respond to music even before their birth. Whether or not it's true, everyone has heard that playing classical music; for your baby supposedly helps him or her become smarter. A study done in the United Kingdom concluded that children were able to recognize and even preferred music that they had heard lip to three months before birth. Although it made no difference whether it was rock music or country music, the babies who were exposed to faster songs showed a stronger preference for that song than those who had heard something slower. Researchers have also found that the playing of soft background music or a mother's soft singing actually helps premature (早产的)babies. Those who were subjected to the music tended to gain weight faster and were able to leave hospitals earlier than those who weren't. However, the study in the UK uncovers no links between babies listening to music and increased intelligence or brain development. Another experiment at the University of California at Irvine compared the puzzle-solving abilities of 3-year-olds who were given piano lessons with the ability of others who sang, used computers, or did nothing. The children studying piano were better at the puzzles. Also, high school students with a musical background seem to do better on their SATs. Whether it's natural intelligence that helps the children excel in both music and math, or the music that helps develop other areas, you can't deny the benefits of a musical background. On the other hand, it's possible that some music and lyrics (歌词) could be hard for children and teenagers.The lyrics of today's popular music are stated more and more clearly. A study oil mass media and teenagers showed that a group of 14- to 16-year-old in 10 different southeastern cities listened to music an average of 40 hours per week. Obviously, the music they are listening to plays a large part in their lives,and especially influences self-identity. So any bad influences in the music will have a very direct effect on the teenagers. Several other experiments mentioned in the American Academy of Pediatrics' policy statement on the "Effect of Music Lyrics and Music Videos on Children and Youth" supported this idea. One study from Sweden found that children who developed a preference to rock music were more likely to be influenced by their peers than by their parents. Others showed links between a predilection for heavy metal and detrimental behaviors, including taking drugs, self-killing risk, and other risk-taking habits. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) doesn't support the idea of censorship(检查制度), but strongly encourages parents to monitor what their children are listening to. 50. Music is regarded as the ―universal language‖ because ______.
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A.music is important for human beings’ mental and physical health B.music is played by people from all over the world C.music is of great benefits to human language D.music is present throughout the development of human culture 51. Which of the following proves a musical background benefits children a lot? A.An experiment at the University of California. B.A study done in the United kingdom. C.A study on mass media and teenagers. D.A study from Sweden. 52. According to Paragraph 3, what affects babies’ preference for songs? A.The lyrics B.The tone C.The style D.The speed 53. The author mentioned several other experiments in the AAP’s policy statement to prove________. A.parents should monitor what their children are listening to B.music can have harmful effects on teenagers C.teenagers are more likely to be affected by their friends D.children shouldn’t be exposed to too much music 54. What will the author probably discuss in the paragraph that follows? A.More bad effects of music on teenagers’ daily habits. B.Some experiments about music and teenagers. C.Tips for parents on monitoring the music their children prefer. D.Benefits of listening to a variety of music. D We have all heard the expression: ―Remember to stop and smell the roses.‖ But, how often do we really take time out of our fast-paced lives to notice the world around us? I am as guilty as anyone of tuning out the world in this manner, especially when I am driving on California's overcrowded streets. A short time ago, however, I witnessed an event that showed me how being wrapped up in my own little world has kept me from being fully aware of the bigger world picture around me. I was driving to a business appointment and, as usual, I was planning in my mind what I was going to say. I came to a very busy crossroads where the stoplight had just turned red. "All right," I thought to myself, "I can beat the next light if I race ahead of the pack ."My mind and car were in auto pilot, ready to go when suddenly my thought was broken by an unforgettable sight. A young couple, both blind, were walking arm-in-arm across this busy crossroads with cars whizzing by in every direction. The man was holding the hand of a little boy , while the woman was clutching a baby sling to her chest, obviously carrying a child. Each of them had a white cane extended, searching for clues to navigate them across the crossroads. At first I was moved. They were overcoming what I felt was one of the most feared handicaps-blindness. "Wouldn't it be terrible to be blind?" I thought. Without realizing the danger they were in, they were walking right the path of oncoming cars. I was frightened for them because I didn't know if the other drivers understood what was happening. As I watched from the front line of traffic (I had the best seat in the house), I saw a miracle unfold before my eyes. Every car in every direction came to a simultaneous stop. I never heard the screech of brakes or even the peep of a car horn. Nobody even yelled, "Get out of the way!" Everything froze. In that moment, time seemed to stand still for this family. Amazed, I looked at the cars around me to verify that we were all seeing the same thing, I noticed that everyone's attention was also fixed on the couple. Never skipping a beat, the couple adjusted their course as they followed the coaching. Trusting their white canes and the calls from some concerned citizens, they made it to the other side of the road. As they arrived at the curb, one thing struck me-they were still arm-in-arm .I was taken aback by the emotionless expressions on their faces and judged that they had no idea what was really
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going on around them. Yet I immediately sensed the sighs of relief exhaled by everyone stopped at that intersection. As I glanced into the cars around me, the driver on my right was mouthing the words "oh, did you see that?!" The driver to the left of me was saying, "I can't believe it!" I think all of us were deeply moved by what we had just witnessed. Here were human beings stepping outside themselves for a moment to help four people in need. I have reflected back on this situation many times since it happened and have learned several powerful lessons from it. Take time to look around and really see what is going on in front of you right now. Do this and you will realize that this moment is all there is, more importantly, this moment is all that you have to make a difference in life. As I drove away from that busy intersection, I did so with more awareness of life and compassion for others than I had arrived there with. Since then I have made the decision to really see life as I go about my daily activities and use my God-given talents to help others less fortunate. Do yourself a favor as you walk through life: Slow down and take the time to really see. Take a moment to see what is going on around you right now, right where you are. You may be missing something wonderful. 55. Which of the following words can best describe the viewer's feelings when seeing the blind cross the street? A. Relieved; Guilty; Nervous B. Amazed; Nervous; Relieved C. Frightened; Moved; Guilty D. Frightened; Regretful; Relieved 56. Why did the viewer often reflect back on the scene? A. He wanted to stop and smell the rose again. B. He learned powerful lessons from it. C. The scene left a great impression on him. D. The couple crossed the street without assistance. 57. By saying "Remember to stop and smell the roses", the author intends to______. A. indicate he is busy B. make himself relaxed C. notice the world around D. find the beauty of life 58. What does the underlined sentence in paragraph 6 mean? A. All the cars stopped illegally. B. All the cars stopped one after another. C. The cars stopped at the same time. D. The cars gathered from different directions. 59. From the story, we can draw a conclusion that . A. joint efforts do make a difference B. good manners never go out of fashion C. drivers observe the social order strictly D. the blind live a happy life despite difficulties 60. What is the author's purpose of writing this passage? A. To call on people to give a hand when necessary. B. To tell a story about the blind man crossing crossroads. C. To remind drivers to drive slowly for their own safety. D. To persuade people to enjoy a wonderful moment in life. 第二节:下面文章中有 5 处需要添加小标题。请从以下选项 (A、B、C、D、E、和 F) 中选出符合各段意 思的小标题,并在答题纸上将相应选项的标号涂黑。选项中有一项是多余选项。 A. Always respect others. B. Listen to the other point of view. C. Avoid putting down the other person's ideas and beliefs. D. Stay calm E. Use "I" statements to communicate how you feel, what you think, and what you want or need. F. Don't make it personal.

5 Ways to (Respectfully) Disagree
It's easier to agree than disagree. But we can learn a lot from conversations where we don't see eye to eye — if we can listen and talk rationally, that is.
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Unfortunately, many of us either shy away completely from disagreements or lose it when things don't go our way. These 5 tips can help keep disagreements constructive — whether you're talking to a parent, friend, or anyone else: 61. ______________________. If you get upset, it can help to remember you're mad at the idea or concept your parent (or friend, coach, coworker, etc.) is raising, not the person. 62. ______________________. If you've ever been on the receiving end of someone's tirade or put-downs, you know how valuable using respectful language and behavior can be. So instead of saying what you might be thinking ("That's a stupid idea!"), try: "I don't agree, and here's why." Resist the temptation to yell, use sarcasm, or make derogatory comments and you'll have a much better chance of getting your point across. 63. _______________________. Using "you" statements can sound argumentative. For example, telling your mom or dad, "You always remind me about my chores on Wednesdays when you know I have a lot of homework" has a very different tone from "I'm feeling pressured because I have a lot of homework tonight. Can I do those chores tomorrow?" 64. _________________________. Being a good listener is a way of showing that you respect and understand the other person's perspective. That makes it more likely he or she will do the same for you. When the other person is talking, try to stop yourself from thinking about why you disagree or what you'll say next. Instead, focus on what's being said. When it's your turn to talk, repeat any key points the other person made to show you listened and heard what was said. Then calmly present your case and why you disagree. 65. _______________________. This is the most important thing you can do to keep a conversation on track. Of course, it's a huge challenge to stay calm and rational when you feel angry or passionate about something — especially if the person you're talking to gets heated. You may need to be the mature one who manages the conversation, even if the other person is a parent or someone who should know better. 第三部分:写作(共两节,满分 40 分) 第一节:短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 l 分,满分 l0 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:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(︿),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 l0 处,多者(从第 ll 处起)不计分。 After our final examinations, my brother and me thought we would give ourselves a treat at restaurant. While waiting for our food, we emptied all our small changes from our wallets on the table and counted it out. Soon, our food arrived with a note. It reads, ―Your lunch has been paid for. Have a lovely meal!‖ It was a wonderfully surprise as nothing like that had ever been happened to us. I remembered an old man sitting nearby. He should have thought we didn’t have enough money to the bill. We looked around to thank him, and he was not there. His kindness meant so many to us. 第二节:短文写作(共 1 题;满分 30 分) 请根据以下提示,并结合具体事例,用英语写一篇短文。 Small things make a big difference. The small things we do can make us a responsible member of the society. 注意:①无须写标题;②除诗歌外,文体不限;③内容必须结合你生活中的具体事例; ④文中不得透露个人姓名和学校名称;⑤词数不少于 120,如引用提示语则不计入总词数。
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