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2014届高中毕业生四月调研测试英语试卷


武汉市 2014 届高中毕业生四月调研测试

英语试卷
本试卷共 14 页,81 题。全卷满分 150 分。考试用时 120 分钟。 ★祝考试顺利★

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. What time is it now? A. 6:10. B. 6:00. C. 5:50. 2. How long has the man tried to study Spanish? A. More than a year. B.Three months. C. Half a year. 3. Where does the woman want to go? A. A library. B.The City Hospital. C. A drugstore. 4. Why did the man go to Seattle? A. To look after his parents. B. To visit his sister. C. To handle an accident. 5. What are the speakers going to do in the evening? A. Go to the bank. B. Have a dinner. C. Get some money. 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。 听下面一段对话,回答第 6 和第 7 两个小题。 6. Why did the man’s stomach hurt? A. He ate too much today. B. He had a lot of drinks. C. He was too hungry. 7. What will the speakers do next? A. Have a rest. B. Go to see a doctor. C. Take some medicine. 听下面一段对话,回答第 8 和第 9 两个小题。 8. What are they talking about? A. The journey. B. The favorite city. C. The exam. 9. What will the woman do next? A. Book a ticket to Chengdu. B. Prepare for the exam. C. Find some information about the journey. 听下面一段对话,回答第 10 至第 12 三个小题。 10. Where is the conversation taking place? A. In a bank. B. In a shop. C. In a restaurant. 11. What is the soup of the day? A. Onion soup. B. Chicken soup. C. Cheese soup. 12. What does the man take at last? A. Small tomato salad, cheeseburger and bread rolls. B. Onion soup, cheeseburger and bread rolls. C. Chicken soup, cheeseburger and bread rolls. 听下面一段对话,回答第 13 至第 16 四个小题。 13. What is the relationship between the man and the woman? A. Colleagues.
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B. Boss and secretary. C. Interviewer and interviewee. 14. What made the woman quit her first job? A. She was tired of her first job. B. She found a better job. C. She had a baby. 15. Why does the woman like the company? A. She is offered a good salary. B. There is a flexible time schedule. C. She can get a promotion opportunity. 16. What do you think of the woman? A. Confident. B. Nervous. 听下面一段独白,回答第 17 至第 20 四个小题。 17. How many reasons are mentioned? A. Three. B. Four. 18. What is the social function of sports? A. Sports are fair and objective. B. Sports are beneficial to the body. C. Sports make people contact each other. 19. What are the author’s favorite sports? A. Badminton, volleyball and football. B. Volleyball, football and basketball. C. Basketball, volleyball and swimming. 20. What is the advantage of sports to the author? A. Sports keep his mind in shape. B. Sports build up his strength. C. He makes a lot of friends.

C. Anxious.

C. Five.

第二部分:词汇知识运用(共两节,满分 40 分)
第一节:多项选择(共 10 小题;第小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 21. She decided to do something about it, and made a_____effort to find new ones;she joined an international women’s service club and made new contacts that way. A. pessimistic B. generous C. heroic D. deliberate 22. A customer can also use his Saver Plus Card at any of our______network of Self-Service cash machines to sweep money from his Current Account at home. A. logical B. nationwide C. sensitive D. intelligent 23. By simplifying your life in this way, you create time for your happiness, and you reduce the stress and _____ in your life. A. chances B. depressions C. desires D. wages 24. The important_____is not between manufacturing and services, but between productive and unproductive jobs. A. demand B. decision C. distinction D. destination 25. You should focus on how to_____time,because you can get more of almost any resource except time. A. treasure B. distribute C. associate D. occupy 26. If you get angry about it, then_____ the companies that produce and market the products. Complain when the ads are shown. A. destroy B. visit C. boycott D. dislike 27. Surround yourself with people who love and respect you. Choose to be with the people who _____ the best in you. A. bring up B. bring in C. bring back D. bring out
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28. When you get back to work, remind yourself what you want to be working on, and _____ all disturbances. A. pick up B. take away C. use up D. clear away 29. China is the world’s most populous country with a population of 1. 3 billion, which makes up____one fifth of the world population, A. luckily B. approximately C. equally D. gradually 30. Witness Charlie Camp saw two teenage boys getting swept away by the current, and their parents trying _____ to help them. A. in vain B. in turn C. in case D. in particular 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,从短文后所给各题的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)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。 No one saw the superhero in Jim O’Connor, a 70-year-old maths teacher. In his classes at St. Francis High School, he is 31 — no excuses, no spoiling. “ If you glance at the clock, ” said senior Michael Tinglof ,“ you’re on his awful 32 for punishment. ” Every student supposes he’s being 33 mean. Michael and Pat might never have found out how 34 they really knew about their teacher if they hadn’t registered this year to 35 donors for a school blood donation 36 . One afternoon, the boys took a field trip to see what the donated blood would be used for. In the hallways of Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, they were 37 like VIPs because they were associated with one. They discovered one 38 when they went to the hospital’s Blood Donor Center, which has a plaque(牌匾) ranking the top donors. O’Connor’s name is 39 in the top spot, 50 gallons — though that total is 40 . Since he first gave blood at Children’s Hospital in 1989, at the 41 of a friend’s wife who was a nurse there, O’Connor has donated more than 72 gallons of blood. Before O’Connor ever set foot in Children’s, he had given blood regularly at Red Cross activities, never knowing where his donations would 42 . But when he took a 43 of the hospital wards (病房), what had been an 44 idea turned personal. It didn’t take long for him to ask what more he could do to 45 . Soon he was rocking babies in his 46 — babies whose parents were working or at home taking care of other children and babies whose parents could not visit 47 abuse was suspected. Now, the nurses say, he is the one they 48 in the toughest moments. They have called him in to sit with the dying babies whose parents are too saddened to be 49 . No matter how sick they are, no matter how painful, he’s just so 50 ; he brings such a warmth and peace. 31. A. mild B. severe C. gentle D. casual 32. A. book B. board C. list D. mind 33. A. probably B. rarely C. occasionally D. really 34. A. little B. often C. much D. long 35. A. interview B. select C. assist D. investigate 36. A. project B. campaign C. target D. competition 37. A. greeted B. entertained C. rewarded D. praised 38. A. mistake B. solution C. prejudice D. reason 39. A. painted B. signed C. carved D. quoted 40. A. out of date B. out of sight C. out of question D. out of order 41. A. invitation B. approach C. urging D. mercy 42. A. go B. run C. drop D. flow 43. A. priority B. tour C. photo D. chance 44. A. splendid B. original C. ridiculous D. abstract 45. A. change B. feed C. protest D. help 46. A. arms B. fingers C. wrists D. hands 47. A. when B. because C. if D. though 48. A. stick to B. attend to C. belong to D. turn to 49. A. capable B. sympathetic C. present D. tense
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50.

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considerate

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efficient

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caring

D.

sensitive

第三部分:阅读理解(共 20 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 40 分)
阅读下列短文,从每篇短文后所给各题的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡 上将该项涂黑。 A Justin and Brandy Besemer were newly married and trying to pay off their wedding debt when they decided their family needed a dog — an American Bulldog named Kaila. Thus started one of their first arguments. Brandy, who had never raised a dog before, wanted to spend a little over $ 300 a year buying pet insurance. Justin, who had always kept dogs, thought it was a waste of money. “His parents told me this horror story that made me insist we get it, ” explained Brandy, 28. “They were talking about their dog having to have a knee replaced and it cost them like $ 2,000. We couldn’t afford that. I just didn’t want to get a dog if I couldn’t afford to take care of it. ” When Kaila chewed up a string of Christmas lights a few months later, landing the dog in an emergency veterinary center, the Santa Monica couple was relieved that Brandy had gained the upper hand. When they found that the dog had infections and food allergies, they realized that without the insurance they wouldn’t have been able to afford treatment for Kaila. “We joke that she’s our little lemon, ” Brandy said. “This is the longest we’ve gone without having to take her to the vet, and it’s been maybe three weeks.” Although the Besemers are delighted that they spent the money buying pet insurance,plenty of experts agree with Justin’s first assessment: It’s a waste of money. If the couple had a different policy or a different temper, it might be. However, as is true with many personal finance decisions, the smart choice on pet insurance is a personal one. In general, experts claim that it’s wasteful to insure against risks that are not catastrophic. It doesn’t make sense, for example, to buy pet insurance to pay for routine medical issues such as injections and checkups. That’s because you’ll pay roughly as much for the coverage as the treatment. Whether it makes sense to buy a policy for major medical bills relies on two things: emotion and finances. If you would be emotionally ruined to lose a pet simply because you couldn’t afford to treat it — and a $ 5 ,000 vet bill would be more than your budget could take — you might want to consider a policy. But if you have the resources to pay for emergency vet care — or wouldn’t be saddened to lose a pet if you didn’t — you could skip pet insurance. 51. What did Justin and Brandy Besemer argue about? A. The way of setting aside money. B. The possibility of adopting a dog. C. The necessity of buying pet insurance. D. The burden of paying off their debt. 52. According to the passage, who valued Brandy’s choice on pet insurance? A. The vet. B. The experts. C. Justin’s parents. D. Brandy’s mother. 53. According to the passage, experts argue that pets ____. A. are unlikely to suffer serious diseases B. might have a temper similar to their owners C. will waste their owners’ large sums of money D. impose a negative effect on their owners’ emotion 54. According to the passage, what decides whether to buy pet insurance? A. Budget and emotion. B. Injections and checkups. C. Risks and benefits. D. Emergencies and treatment. B There are robot cleaners and robot mops to help us around the house, so why not a robot to build our homes? Wait no longer. Now there is a set of electronics to do just that, build a house from scratch, and fast. Forget weeks to find a builder and months for house construction; a machine developed in the United States
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can build a 232 sqm home layer by layer in a single day. University of Southern California’s Professor Behrokh Khoshnevis has designed the giant robot that replaces construction workers with a mouth on an arm of crane, which spits out concrete and can quickly build a home according to a computer pattern. The technology, known as Contour (轮廓) Crafting, could revolutionize the construction industry. Contour Crafting could greatly decrease the cost of homeowning, making it possible for millions of displaced people to get on the property ladder. It could even be used in disaster relief areas to build emergency and replacement housing. As Prof Khoshnevis points out, if you look around you almost everything is made automatically these days, — “your shoes, your clothes, home appliances, your car. The only thing that is still built by hand are these buildings”. The Contour Crafting system is a robot that automates age-old tools normally used by hand. These are applied by a robotic crane that builds a three-dimensional object. The nature of the technology means it will also be possible to create curved walls and architecture that is both “exotic(异国情调的)and beautiful” according to Prof Khoshnevis. As a result, it could be ideal to print out expensive homes according to customers’ demands. Furthermore, Prof Khoshnevis believes that the technology could be applied beyond our planet. “Contour Crafting technology has the potential to build safe, reliable, and affordable structures, habitats, laboratories, and other facilities on the moon and Mars before the arrival of human beings,” his website reads. According to the International Labour Organisation construction employs nearly 110 million people worldwide and “plays a major role in fighting the high levels of unemployment and in absorbing extra labour from the rural areas.” What the implications are for builders is, of course, a major concern. But Khoshnevis says “the reality is that a lot of new jobs can be created in this field as well.” Instead of building the house workmen are used to maintain the machine. 55. Which advantage does the giant robot have for the consumers? A. It saves a great deal of time. B. It decorates houses beautifully. C. It provides energy-saving apartments. D. It builds environmentally friendly houses. 56. The underlined part “to get on the property ladder” (in Para. 3 ) means “______”. A. to print objects B. to predict disasters C. to purchase a house D. to accumulate wealth 57. The new construction technology can satisfy the needs of _____. A. low-income residents B. wealthy immigrants C. middle-income people D. people at different income levels 58. What influence will Contour Crating have on construction industry? A. Many construction workers will lose jobs. B. Construction workers will update their skills. C. More rural people will engage in construction. D. Professionals will be hired to make robot builders. C Fed up with your desk-bound job? Wish you spent your days being well treated instead? Dream of being paid to travel across the globe living the life of luxury? Your dream could well become a reality because one luxury website has posted a job application for a lucky individual to test the luxury life, which will involve sampling the finest products and experiences that the world is launching. According to website VeryFirstTo, which is offering the position, the Living Luxury Executive will dine at the best new restaurants, resting in the fanciest hotels, dress in fantastic jewels, road test the most advanced cars, and play with the most complicated tech products. The Living Luxury Executive will be responsible for evaluating each experience and reporting back to VeryFirstTo, a members-only luxury gift website that sells the world’s finest products and labels itself“the first website for individuals to learn about, and have, newly launching luxury products and experiences.” Newly launching brands that appear on VeryFirstTo and are candidates for testing include: Alexander
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McQueen, Apple, Bentley, Cartier, Christian Louboutin, Jimmy Choo, fine Japanese eatery Nobu and the well-known Shangri-La hotel. Speaking about the ideal candidate, the recruiter(招聘者)said:“The ideal candidate would be an early adopter, familiar with fashion, cooking and technology, and have experience of the luxury market. ” Candidates must be able to “distinguish between the roar of a Bentley and a Lexus engine”, according to the job requirements. A spokesman for the website told the Guardian(卫报):“We will definitely be appointing someone. It is not a trick merely to catch eyes. As for the salary, it is negotiable and we have not set it. There will be an ongoing contract and, depending upon the salary asked for, it can be anything from four days a week to less.” Despite the position never being actually advertised, word spread across the globe and within days 1,000 applications have been received. Besides a mass of approaches from UK residents, VeryFirstTo has been coping with the growing number of applicants around the world with many offering to relocate and others stating they would even do the job for free. And it seems that candidates are confident in their abilities with attitudes expressed alongside applications including:“ I live in a large country garden, importing best quality beef from America. I’ve owned and flown private jets and helicopters. ” 59. From where did the people know the position as the Living Luxury Executive first? A. From VeryFirstTo. B. From the Guardian. C. From the spokesman. D. From the travel magazine. 60. According to the passage, VeryFirstTo aims at ____. A. employing sales staff B. assessing job applicants C. issuing job advertisements D. selling luxury products and service 61. From the passage we know the applicants for the job_____. A. doesn’t care about their salary B. come from different countries C. must know how to pilot a plane D. have never lived the luxury life 62. What is the purpose of writing the passage? A. To encourage online shopping. B. To promote the finest products. C. To introduce a new occupation. D. To advocate an alternative lifestyle. D This year I decided to stop drinking coffee, my only source of caffeine. Anyone who knows me, especially my wife, will recognize this as a tough and extreme step. I’ve been drinking coffee since age 10, and I’d developed quite an addiction to the perfect cup. In the past, I’ve experimented with quitting a few times by simply going cold turkey. Each time, the physical withdrawal, basically headaches, was over within 10 days, but after a month or two I would become convinced that coffee was good for my concentration and start drinking it again. My reason to quit this time was the growing suspicion that coffee was causing mood swings and crashes that are bad for my overall sense of well-being. For this experiment I decided to stop very gradually. I thought that if I allowed the psychological withdrawal to occur gradually alongside the physiological(生理的), I would be able to observe my “coffee-desire” without acting on it, and learn the skill I would need to avoid touching the cup again in future. I made the same amount of coffee each day. Although I didn’t measure caffeine content, I did control many factors including age of beans, water temperature and water/coffee contact time. From this controlled pot of coffee, I used measuring cups to throw away an additional 20ml per week. I used notebook software to keep some records of my progress and I started with a 3 cup pot in mid-April. Towards the end of July I wrote “I am increasingly wanting to abandon this project altogether”,but I continued and in August I was down to a half glass per day, and
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decided I was done. Over the past few days, I noticed myself increasingly thinking“I am having trouble concentrating and coffee might help”. These thoughts came to an end on Wednesday. This time, I was armed with data. I created a graph of my hours of concentration per day. One thing is very clear: based on my records, the amount of time I spend concentrating has not decreased since I quit coffee, so I can easily reject the wrong belief “I need coffee to help me concentrate.” I see this as a success for self-quantifying. Whether or not it provides a general understanding of the effects of caffeine, it proves the use of self-tracking for making individualized personal decisions. 63. How will the author’s wife view his decision? A. It is harmful. B. It is admirable. C. It is unreasonable. D. It is challenging. 64. By “going cold turkey” (in Para. 2), the writer means “____”. A. developing a new interest B. breaking the habit suddenly C. dining at a turkey restaurant D. drinking a cup of cold tea 65. Which factor resulted in the author’s previous failure to kick the habit? A. A lack of strong will. B. A state of low spirits. C. A series of physical symptoms. D.A false concept about coffee. 66. What could be the best title for the passage? A. Effects of coffee. B. Success through statistics. C. An unforgettable experiment. D. Significance of determination. E Until now, little research has been conducted on the association between parents’friendships and the emotional well-being of their adolescent children. A new study from researchers at the University of Missouri suggests that mothers’friendships with other adults can impact their adolescent children’s relationships with their own friends, particularly the negative aspects of these relationships such as conflict and opposition. Gary C. Glick, a doctoral candidate at MU, and Amanda Rose, professor in the Department of Psychological Sciences, studied the development of friendships and other peer (同龄人)relationships during adolescence and their impact on psychological adjustment. They found that adolescents may mimic the negative characteristics of their mothers’relationships in their own peer-to-peer friendships suggesting that mothers can serve as role models for their adolescents during formative years. “ Mothers who display high levels of conflict with friends may signal to their children that such behavior is acceptable, or even standard in friendships,” Glick said. “Additional findings suggest that adolescents take for granted their reactions to their mothers’conflict with adult friends which may lead to anxiety and depression. ” Previous research of this type focused on primary-aged children, but MU researchers wanted to expand their study to focus on the formative adolescent years. Youth ranging in age from 10 to 17 and their mothers were surveyed separately to measure regarded positive and negative friendship qualities in both groups. Results showed that positive friendship qualities were not always imitated by adolescents; however, negative and unfriendly relationship characteristics exhibited by mothers were much more likely to be copied by the youth studied. “We know that conflict is a normal part of any relationship — whether it a relationship between a parent and a child, or a mother and her friends — and we’re not talking physical fights but oral conflicts,” Glick said. “ But being exposed to high levels of such conflict generally isn’t going to be good for children. Parents should consider whether they are good role models for their children especially where their friends are concerned. When things go wrong, parents should talk with their children about how to act with their friends, but more specifically, how not to act. ” 67. The word “mimic”(in Para. 2) means “______” . A. inherit B. imitate C. possess D. discover 68. In comparison with the previous study, the new study expanded _____. A. research subjects B. research themes C. research goals D. research approaches 69. According to Glick, parents should instruct their children ____.
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A. how to avoid any conflict with friends B. how to establish a sincere friendship C. how to deal with a troubled friendship D. how to put an end to a wrong friendship 70. What does die new study reveal? A. Aggressive mothers ruin their children’s friendship. B. Conflicts and opposition form children’s characters. C. Parent-child relationship affects children’s growth. D. Teens mirror negative features of mom’s friendships.

第四部分:书面表达(共两节,满分 50 分)
第一节:完成句子(共 10 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 20 分) 阅读下列各小题,根据汉语句子,用句末括号内的英语单词完成句子,并将答案写在答题卡上的相应 题号后。 71. In Vienna, people who talk too loudly on their mobile phones or eat smelly foods will face______________the underground train and handed 650 fines. (drag) 在维也纳,在地铁里打手机声音太大或者吃气味难闻的食物的人,会被拉下地铁并罚款 50 欧元。 72. Spring Festival is an important time for the Chinese, with________________. (get) 春节对于中国人来说是家庭成员团聚的重要时刻。 73. _______________________our school will be stricken by the beauty of the campus. (come) 无论谁来到我们学校都将被校园的美景所打动。 74. Once _____________________the host program, the computer viruses then look for other programs to infect. (attach) 电脑病毒程序一旦附加到一个主程序上,就会开始寻找其他可以进行感染的程序。 75. In Singapore, government reports, legal papers and most business letters are the main situations____________. (use) 在新加坡,政府报告、法律文件和大部分的商业信函都主要使用英语。 76. I’ve tried very hard to improve my oral English. But by no means__________________my progress. (satisfied) 我已经非常努力地提高了我的英语口语,但我的父母对我的进步还是不满意。 77. It was not until the 19th century ____________________as a form of energy. ( consider) 直到十九世纪热才被认为是能量的一种形式。 78. He put forward his suggestion at the meeting that all means_________________to help the homeless children. (try) 他在会上提出建议,要采用一切手段去帮助那些无家可归的孩子。 79. The world is a play that would not _________________if we knew the plot. (worth) 人生犹如一出戏,如若事先知道了剧情,就不值得一看了。 80. What a pity! Considering his ability and experience, he_____________________.(do) 多可惜呀!考虑到他的能力和经验,他本可以做得更好的。 第二节: 短文写作(共 1 题;满分 30 分) 请你根据以下提示,并结合事例,用英语写一篇短文。 A man can fail many times, but he isn’t a failure until he begins to blame somebody else. --- J. Burroughs 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一个事例; 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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