江西省红色六校 2014 届高三第一次联考 英语试题
（分宜中学、南城一中、瑞金一中、莲花中学、任弼时中学、遂川中学） 命题人：分宜中学 谭海燕 遂川中学 彭东京
本试卷分第 I 卷（选择题）和第 II 卷（综合题）两部分。满分 150 分。考试用时 120 分钟。 注意事项： 1． 答题前，考生务必将自己的姓名
、考号、考试科目用铅笔涂写在答题卷 I 上。 2． 每小题选出答案后，用铅笔把答题卷上对应题目的答案标号涂黑，如需改动，用橡皮擦 干净后，再选涂其它答案标号。不能答在试题卷上。 3． 第 II 卷各题的答案，必须答在答题卷 II 规定的地方。
第 I 卷（选择题,共 115 分）
一、听力 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。听完每段对话后，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. Where are they now? A. In the ocean. B. In the zoo. C. In the classroom. 2. What’s the man? A. The guide of Sea World. B. The classmate of the woman. C. The father of the woman. 3. Which one is TRUE? A. The woman will see the football game on TV. B. The man invited the woman to see a film. C. The man invited the woman to see his football game. 4. What can we learn from the conversation? A. The man is a runner. B. The woman will go shopping with the man. C. The man will manage their family’s store. 5. Where are they? A. In the classroom. B. In the hospital. C. At home. 第二节 （共 15 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 22.5 分） 听下面 5 段对话或独白。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，你将有时间阅读各个小题，每小 题 5 秒钟；听完后，各小题将给出 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 will the man do this evening? A. Go to London. B. Meet somebody. C. See the woman again. 7. Where are the two speakers? A. In the street. B. In a hotel. C. In a taxi. 8. What can we learn from the conversation? A. You needn’t give extra money to taxi drivers in England.
B. All taxis in England are yellow. C. It is the first time for the man to stay in England. 听第 7 段材料，回答第 9 至 11 题。 9. Where did the accident happen? A. On Grand Park between 3rd and 4th Streets. B. On Great Park between 13th and 14th Streets. C. On Green Park between 3rd and 4th Streets. 10. When did the accident happen? A. 4:20 p.m. B. 3:40 p.m. C. 20:40 p.m. 11. What was this woman speaker doing at the moment? A. She was driving in the street. B. She was backing out of the way. C. She was backing right into that car. 听第 8 段材料，回答第 12 至 14 题。 12. Why does the man decide not to go downtown at first? A. He has to do his lessons. B. He thinks it is too far away. C. He doesn’t want to go with Cathy. 13. What is Gilson’s? A. A big supermarket. B. A watch repair shop. C. A large parking lot. 14. Who is the woman speaking to? A. A teacher. B. A repairman. C. A friend. 听第 9 段材料，回答第 15 至 17 题。 15. What are they doing? A. Talking about a movie. B. Going on rides. C. Listening to music. 16. How do they feel about the water? A. Fantastic. B. Beautiful. C. Frightening. 17. What do they have after the movie? A. Food. B. Drinks. C. Candies. 听第 10 段材料，回答第 18 至 20 题。 18. What’s the main topic of this talk? A. My little private treasury. B. The importance of honesty. C. No money, no worry. 19. What did his colleague advise him to do after he had saved some money? A. To try his luck on Gambling. B. To buy some lottery tickets. C. To put all his money in a bank. 20. What good luck did the lottery tickets bring him? A. He lost his lottery tickets. B. He sold his lottery tickets. C. He won the first prize and got 4,000 yuan. 二、单项填空（共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 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。 21. However ____ important school life may be, ___ great influence of parents can’t be ignored or discounted by the teacher. A. an; a B. the; the C. an; / D. /; the 22. On Sundays there were a lot of children playing in the park, ____ parents seated together joking. A. whose B. their C. which D. where 23. In terms of character teaching, storytelling is one of the best ways to ____ your points _____ , especially to young kids.
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A. get, around B. get, over C. get, across D. get, through 24. To sum up, ______ war is unavoidable, human beings cannot enjoy everlasting peace. A. as long as B. as far as C. as soon as D. as well as 25.- - _____ no ad in the World Cup. - - Great move! I cannot tolerate those annoying ads appearing every few minutes． A．There is said to have B．It is said to have C．There is said to be D．It is said to be 26．- - How dangerous it was! - - Yes, but for the passer - by' s quick action, the child _____． A．was drowned B．could have been drowned C．had been drowned D．should have drowned 27.．Transit, a car made in Jiangxi province, was sold nearly 50,000 units in 2012, with the total value_____ it was in 2008． A．more than three times what B．three more times than that C．over three times than what D．over three times of that 28．Sometimes, ___ we show our gratitude for a person is reflected in the kind of food we serve him or her． A．whether B．when C．why D．how 29．Progress so far has been very good．We are, __, confident that the work will be completed as expected． A．however B．therefore C．beside D．otherwise 30．—— It's no easy task to catch a ticket on a website that receives l billion clicks daily． 一一 I can’t agree with you more．There be errors for every single step． A．should B．must C．can D．will 31. --—Janet, can I get you anything to drink? --— ____________ . A. I wouldn't mind a soda B. No problem C. You are welcome D. Doesn’t matter 32 Could it be in the restaurant in _________ you had dinner with me yesterday ________ you left behind your keys and wallet? A．which；which B．which；that C．that；where D．where；where 33. When ___ to danger and conflict, men tend to increase blood pressure, ___ nervous and anxious. A. exposed; felt B. exposing; feeling C. exposing; felt D. exposed; feeling 34. — Hi，Michelle， I can’t find my e-dictionary. — Sorry，I it. I guess I put it on the top shelf with my things. A. had used B. used C. was using D. am using 35．Angela Markel says European Union could fail if Eurozone (欧元区) over debt problems in Greece, Italy and other weaker economies. A．pulls up B．pulls down C．breaks up D．breaks down 三、完形填空（共 20 小题，每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分）阅读下面短文，从短文后各题所给的四 个选项（A、B、C 和 D）选出可以填入空白的最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
changed form 47 .In a final effort to save what we created for just a little bit 48 ,somebody stopped by and changed the snowman’s 49 to look like a rabbit. As I prepared for the start of another week, I decided to 50 my email before going to bed. I found a 51 message that contained the subject line: 52 the snowman. The email said:… your neighbor looks on in disbelief! Now you people are relishing(享受) the sounds and smells, along with 53 of spring. But I am sure people will never forget the 54 energy displayed in Mr Snow-man. You and your family keep it up, as this is what the world needs now. More power to you and your loved ones, keep 55 with the world around! 36.A.announced B.stated C.informed D.insisted 37.A.pressing B.pouring C.clearing D.piling 38.A.looked B.headed C.rushed D.wandered 39.A.when B.since C.before D.after 40.A.softness B.flexibility C.whiteness D.abundance 41.A.hand B.tip C.design D.tool 42.A.worked B.stared C.wondered D.suspected 43.A.decorated B.wrapped C.provided D.equipped 44.A.societies B.families C.communities D.neighborhoods 45. A.occupation B.survival C.sculpture D.existence 46. A.way B.entrance C.warmth D.appearance 47. A.roughly B.considerably C.instantly D.steadily 48. A.longer B.further C.deeper D.stronger 49. A.figure B.version C.form D.remains 50.A.answer B.delete C.check D.sort 51. A.curious B.serious C.elegant D.punctual 52.A.recall B.enjoy C.keep D.praise 53. A.attraction B.scenes C.sights D.beauty 54.A.various B.spiritual C.significant D.joyous 55.A.communicating B.sharing C.advancing D.developing
四、阅读理解（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 和 D）中，选出最佳选项，并在答题卡上 将该项涂黑。 A The way people hold to the belief that a fun-filled, pain free life equals happiness actually reduces their chances of ever attaining real happiness. If fun and pleasure are equal to happiness then pain must be equal to unhappiness. But in fact, the opposite is true: more often than not things that lead to happiness involve some pain. As a result, many people avoid the very attempts that are the source of true happiness. They fear the pain inevitably brought by such things as marriage, raising children, professional achievement, religious commitment, self-improvement. Ask a bachelor why he resists marriage even though he finds dating to be less and less satisfying. If he is honest he will tell you that he is afraid of making a commitment. For commitment is in fact quite painful. The single life is filled with fun, adventure , excitement. Marriage has such moments, but they are not its most distinguishing features. Couples with infant children are lucky to get a whole night’s sleep or a three-day vacation. I don’t know any parent who would choose the word fun to describe raising children. But couples who decide
It might have been a really bad stressful day, feeling trapped inside by the cold and snow which surrounded us. My husband got dressed and 36 that he was going outside to build a giant snowman. At first he stood alone, 37 massive amounts of snow. Soon after a neighbor joined in. Then we reluctantly put on our snow gear(装备) and 38 outside. It wasn’t long 39 we were smiling and enjoying the 40 of snow that Mother Nature had provided. Others came to our yard one by one to give a 41 in the making of our giant snowman. In the end we all stood back and 42 at what we had created. He was eleven feet high, twenty-five feet around at the base and 43 with many household items supplied by various 44 .People drove by and smiled. Some even stopped just to enjoy his 45 . With the passing of time, the spring made its 46 back into our yard and the snowman
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not to have children never know the joys of watching a child grow up or of playing with a grandchild. Understanding and accepting that true happiness has nothing to do with fun is one of the most liberating realizations. It liberates time: now we can devote more hours to activities that can genuinely increase our happiness. It liberates money: buying that new car or those fancy clothes that will do nothing to increase our happiness now seems pointless. And it liberates us from envy: we now understand that all those who are always having so much fun actually may not be happy at all. 56.Raising children, in the author’s opinion, is . A.a moral duty B.a thankless job C.a rewarding task D.a source of inevitable pain 57.According to the author, a bachelor resists marriage chiefly because . A.he is reluctant to take on family responsibilities B.he believes that life will be more cheerful if he remains single C.he finds more fun in dating than in marriage D.he fears it will put an end to all his fun adventure and excitement 58.To understand what true happiness is, one must . A.have as much fun as possible during one’s lifetime B.make every effort to liberate oneself from pain C.put up with pain under all circumstances D.be able to distinguish happiness from fun 59.From the last paragraph,we learn that envy sometimes results from . A.hatred B.misunderstanding C.prejudice D.ignorance 60.What is the author trying to tell us? A.How to get happiness B.Happiness often goes hand in hand with pain C.The importance of happiness in our lives D.Happiness equals fun B Hospital emergency rooms treat injured fingers all the time. Without treatment,a bad cut can lead to permanent damage. But how should a person know when a bleeding cut is serious enough to require medical attention? We asked Dr Martin Brown, chairman of the department of emergency medicine at Inova Alexandria Hospital in Virginia. First, the medical term for a cut or tear in the skin is a laceration(严重划破，撕裂伤). Dr Brown says the length is usually not as important as the depth. He says a long cut on a finger can likely be treated without a visit to a doctor if the wound is not very deep. ―If you have a short but deep laceration where there’s been a structure underneath that’s been damaged － a tendon, a nerve, a blood vessel,‖ says Martin, ―it may, in fact, need professional attention.‖ Some injuries － like a fingertip that gets cut off － might even require surgery to repair. That requires a specialist to either file(锉平) down the bone or reattach the fingertip. More often, filing down the bone is what is done because reattaching a fingertip is often not successful. How a wound bleeds can be a sign of how serious it is. Minor cuts usually produce what is known as venous (静脉) bleeding. This means the blood flows steadily from the injury. The bleeding will often stop when pressure is put on the wound. Dr Brown says in most cases holding direct pressure with clean gauze or a cloth for four to five minutes should stop the bleeding. With a cut finger, holding the hand above the heart can reduce the loss of blood. But if a cut appears to be pumping blood out with some force, this may be a sign of arterial(动脉) bleeding. This kind of injury should be treated by a medical professional as soon as possible. Even a cut that does not require medical attention must be kept clean to prevent infection. Small cuts should be cleaned gently with clean water. Use a washcloth to clean the area if the wound is dirty. Dr Brown says cuts should be covered with a clean, dry bandage. 61.What does the writer want to tell the readers in the first paragraph? A.Hospital emergency rooms always treat injured fingers. B.A bleeding cut is serious enough to require medical attention C.Dr Martin Brown is in charge of Inova Alexandria Hospital. D.It is important for us to be able to tell how serious a finger cut is.
62.According to the passage, . A.a finger cut without treatment can lead to permanent damage B.the length of a cut on a finger is more important than the depth C.a long but not very deep cut often doesn’t need professional attention D. a short but deep laceration that has been damaged need professional attention. 63.The underlined word ―reattach‖ in Para.3 is closest in meaning to . A.repair B.rebuild C.reconstruct D.reconnect 64.Which of the following statements is NOT true according to the passage? A.How a wound bleeds can show us how serious the wound could be. B.Venous bleeding will often stop when we put pressure on the wound. C.Holding up the hand with a finger cut can reduce the loss of blood. D.Arterial bleeding should get professional treatment as soon as possible 65.The best title of this passage should be . A.Hospital Emergency Treatments For Injured Fingers B.When a Cut Finger Is More Serious Than It Might Seem C.Serious Finger Cut That Requires Medical Attention D.Keep Finger Cuts Clean to Prevent Serious Infection C I never thought I would have a life-changing experience at Wal-Mart. Although my thoughts were only on speed, the checkout line I was standing in wasn't moving as quickly as I wanted, and I glanced toward the cashier. There stood a man in his seventies, wearing glasses and a nice smile. I thought, well, he's an old guy! For the next few minutes I watched him. He greeted every customer before scanning the items. Sure, his words were the usual, "How's it going?" But he did something different--he actually listened to people. Then he would respond to what they had said and engage them in brief conversation. I thought it was odd. I has grown accustomed to people asking me how I was doing simply out of robotic conversational habit. After a while, you don't give any thought to the question and just mumble something back. I could say, "I just found out I have six months to live," and someone would reply, "Have a great day!" But that wasn't the end. He gave them the change, walked around the counter, and extended his right hand in an act of friendship. He looked the customers in the eyes. "I sure want to thank you for shopping here today," he told them. "You have a great day. Bye-bye." The looks on the faces of the customers were priceless. There were smiles and some sheepish grins. All had been touched by his simple gesture--and in a place they never expected. They would gather their things and walk out, smiling. Of course, he did the same to me and I got to know his name--Marty. Who was that guy? It was as if Sam Walton had come back from the dead and invaded this old guy's body. I had never walked away from that shop feeling like that. 66. What was most customers' reaction to Marty's behavior? A. They thought it priceless. B. They thought it awful and odd. C. They felt somewhat offended. D. They were in some way moved. 67. The checkout line the writer was standing in moved slower than expected because______ A. the cashier did more than scanning the items B. the cashier couldn't work as fast as others C. there were some big purchases D. the writer was not patient enough 68. What can we infer about Sam Walton? A. He might be Marty's father or grandfather. B. He might have died while working in the market. C. He might be friendly and devoted to Wal-Mart. D. He might have come back from the dead once before.
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69. According to the writer, when common people ask you "How's it going?" A. they are just practicing their conversation ability B. they are inquiring about your private information C. they don't expect to hear any negative answers D. they don't really care what you may answer 70. What does the writer intend to express through the text? A. Our everyday life is always full of surprises. B. Being different is a good way of doing business. C. A little positive action can make a big difference. D. Most customers enjoy being treated this way. D Sub-Saharan Africa has the world’s highest hunger rate. But according to a new report, African farmers also have ideas that could help the world fight hunger and poverty. Danielle Nierenberg from the Worldwatch Institute in Washington spent a year visiting twenty-five countries south of the Sahara. In Nairobi, Kenya, for example, Ms Nierenberg found women farmers growing vegetables just outside their doorsteps in the Kibera settlement. She says they are finding ways to make their lives better. The women feed their families and sell their surplus. They use the money to send their children to school. Last year, about 925,000,000 people worldwide did not get enough to eat. Half of all people in the world now live in and around cities. Researchers like Ms Nierenberg are looking increasingly at creative ideas to feed those who don’t have enough good food to eat. She says there are a lot of lessons that people in the Western world can learn from Africa. And what they are doing can certainly be done in other developing countries. Farmers in the developing world lose between twenty and forty percent of their harvest before it ever reaches market. There are many reasons why food gets wasted. Farmers are without electricity and cold storage. They lack good seeds and fertilizer. They lack good roads. Conditions like these keep small farmers in poverty. Ms Nierenberg says more attention needs to be paid to protecting harvests. She says, ―Given all that we invest in producing food in the first place, we need to devote the same amount of attention to making sure that it is not wasted.‖ In Nigeria, village processing centers are helping farmers reduce their losses and earn more money. They centers process cassava, a root vegetable, into basic food products. In Uganda, the Worldwatch report says some schools are teaching children how to grow local kinds of crops. And in South Africa and Kenya the report praises the breeding(培育) of local kinds of livestock. These animals may produce less milk or meat than other breeds, but they can survive heat and drought conditions. 71.We could learn from the new report in Para.1 that . A.sub-Saharan Africa has the world’s highest hunger rate B.African farmers have ideas to help fighting hunger and poverty C.women farmers grow vegetables in the Kibera settlement D.women farmers grow vegetables to send their children to school. 72.The underlined word ―surplus‖ in Para.1 is closest in meaning to . A. private vegetables B. side products C. leftover vegetables D. home-made products 73.Ms Nierenberg suggests that . A.the women spend more money on education instead of farming B.more and more African people should live in and around cities C.researchers find creative ideas to feed the people suffering hunger D.people in the Western world do the same as the Africans have done 74.Which of the following statements is NOT true according to the passage? A.Farmers in developing world often lose some of their harvest B.Small farmers in developing countries often suffer poverty. C.Farmers should pay more attention to protecting their harvest D.Attention should be paid to saving food instead of producing food
75.The best title of this passage should be . A.A New Report About African Farmers Fighting Hunger B.Creative Ideas to Feed Those Who Have No Enough Food C.Looking to Africa for Ideas About How to Fight Hunger D.Animals That Can Survive Heat and Drought Conditions
第Ⅱ卷（非选择题 满分 35 分）
第一节 阅读表达（共 5 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 10 分） 阅读下面短文并回答问题，然后将答案写到答题卡相应的位置上(请注意问题后的词数要求)  Imagine a magical forest where the trees touch the sky. Due to enough rainfall, the trees grow huge and spread wide. Their tallest branches are so thick-leafed that they create a thick curtain. Even the wind does not find enough space to blow as it pleases. The climate is good for life forms of all kinds- from trees to animals, birds and insects.  These forests are called tropical rainforests. Most of them are located near the equator, in Asia, Africa and South America. The rainforest of the Amazon basin in South America is one of the lushest(茂 盛的) rainforests in the world. You will find more varieties of trees or animal life here than anywhere else in the world.  The tropical rainforests are called the green lungs of the planet. They absorb carbon dioxide from around them to process their food and release oxygen into the air. They also contain the largest number of trees with medicinal value.  But now human beings are out to . Many companies all over the world, especially in the West, have been attacking these rainforests for a variety of reasons – some want to make profit by cutting down trees and selling timber(木材); others are trying to be the only ones to make profit out of medicinal plants.  To the outside world, the rainforest has always seemed a very dangerous place. Generations of films and literature have shown the people who live in the rainforests as dangerous and violent people who have a strange way of life.  But actually, these people have a better understanding of their relationship with their environment than modern man has. Greed for profit by destroying the planet’s resources is a unique quality of societies that have become modern and use technology. One should then ask, who is more violent? 76.What is the best title for the text?(no more than 5 words) ______________________________________________________________ 77.Complete the following statement with proper words.(no more than 4 words) Nowhere on earth as much wildlife as in the rainforest. 78.Fill in the blank in Paragraph 4 with proper words. (no more than 5 words) ________________________________________________________________ 79.Why are the tropical rainforests called the green lungs of the planet?(no more than 10 words) __________________________________________________________________ 80.What does the underlined word ―it‖ (line 3,paragraph 1) probably refer to?(no more than 3 words) __________________________________________________________________ 第二节：书面表达(25分) 最近，你班就―学校是否应该对老师进行民主测评‖召开了一次主题班会。讨论情 况如下： 赞成：65% 反对：35% 可以促使老师更加了解自己的优 学生评价不客观，严格的老师常会得低分，老师 劣势，更友善地对待学生，提高 知道后，情绪会受到影响，从而纵容学生，不利 教学效率。 于学生的成长。 你的观点…… 要求：根据表中内容，写一篇120词左右的英语短文。
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