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湖南省长沙市南雅中学2015年高中自主招生英语试卷1


初 三 英 语 试 题
总分:80 分 时量:60 分钟 一.单选题(10 分) ( )1. There used to __________ a shoe factory over there, __________? __________, but it has turned into an open park now. A. have; didn’t there;

No B. be; didn’t it; Yes C. be; usedn’t there; Yes D. have; used not it; No ( )2. What do you think __________ to John when he finds his car has been stolen? A. happened B. to happen C. will happen D. would have happened ( )3 He asked her ____ she could lend him the novel ___ she was reading ___ the teacher came in the other day. A. that; that; that B. whether; that; when C. who; which; as D. if; that; while ( )4. It’s _________ you to help others when they are in trouble. A. rude for B. rude of C. kind for D. kind of ( )5. Many students don’t know how to stress and became worried. A. come up with B. do with C. argue with D. deal with ( )6. -- I hear Zhou Yao made an English speech yesterday. -- _________, and ________. A. So he did…So I did B. So did he…So did I C. So he did…So did I D. So did he…So I did ( )7. She must have finished her homework last night, she? A. mustn’t B. didn’t C. haven’t D. hasn’t ( )8. Not only study English, but they study German and French. A. do they B. they C. did they D. will they ( )9. –What are you doing, Uncle Wang? -- I’m sorting out old books and I’ll ________to kids in West China. A. give them up B. give them away C. give them in D. give them off ( )10. —Could you tell me____________? -- For about a week. A. how soon Tom will leave his hometown B. how soon Tom will be away from his hometown C. how long Tom has been away from his hometown D. how long has Tome been away from his hometown 二.完型填空(10 分) The solar—powered bicycle—―cycle sol‖(太阳能自行车) A person riding a bicycle uses little energy to make the bicycle move, and there is no pollution at all when you are 11 . But in some countries most people don’t go to work by bicycle. Because they wouldn’t like to spend more time and feel 12 . These 13 a solar-powered bicycle has been invented in England. Persons who ride it may not feel tired, and it’s good 14 the environment. The solar-powered bicycle 15 an electric bike(电动车)but the motor(发动机)runs on a solar energy battery. The bright yellow ―Cycle Sol‖ looks like a normal cycle but has a canopy lined with solar cells overhead(可以接受太阳能的天棚装置). The bicycle can be left in the daylight to charge (充电), even when the sky is 16 .You can leave it outside the office during the day to ride 17 . These days solar cells are pretty good at 18 light, so it should still work when the sky is cloudy. 19 night, the small battery can be charged using the main electricity in just a few hours. To save energy, when you’re
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peddling up a steep hill, you can turn off the motor. And if 20 rains, the cell will keep you dry . ( )11.A、riding B、 rode C、ride D、rides ( )12.A、relaxed B、tired C、excited D、surprised ( )13.A、day B、a day C、days D、some days ( )14.A、of B、about C、at D、for ( )15.A、look like B、is like C、like D、likes ( )16.A、sunny B、cloudy C、hot D、cold ( )17.A、school B、home C、house D、to office ( )18.A、get B、gets C、getting D、got ( )19.A、In B、At C、Of D、On ( )20.A、he B、she C、it D、they 三.阅读理解(30 分) One day an American called Simon went to London to visit his friend, Rick. Rick told him that his flat was on the first floor. When he arrived, Simon went straight to the first floor of the building. But he was told that there was no Rick on that floor. Do you know why? In fact, the British call the first floor of a building the ground floor. The floor above the ground floor is the first floor, which Americans would call the second floor. The British usually hide their feelings. They seldom start a conversation with strangers. For example, on the train the British often spend their time reading newspapers or books. But Americans are quite different. They are more active and easier to talk with. The British and Americans may use different terms for many things. The British usually use football, eraser and mail while Americans prefer to use soccer, rubber and post. ( )21.Simon went to London to . A.visit his friend B.spend his holiday C.study English D.have a meeting ( )22.Which picture shows us where Rick’s flat was?

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) 23. According to the passage, the British usually spend their time on the train. A.playing cards B.talking loudly C.doing some reading D.singing and dancing )24. What does the underlined word ―terms‖ mean in Chinese in the passage? A. 成果鉴定 B. 学期 C. 会议 D. 用语 )25.What’s the best title for the passage? A.Differences in culture B.Simon’s funny story C.Information abroad D.Hiding the feelings

Don’t worry if you have a problem! This is easy to say if you don’t have one yourself, I know. But the only people who don’t have troubles are gathered in little neighborhoods. We call them cemeteries (坟墓).
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If you’re breathing, you have difficulties. That’s how life is. But believe it or not, most of your problems may actually be good for you! Let me explain. Maybe you know about the Great Barrier Reef (大堡礁), running some 1800 miles from New Guinea (新几内亚) to Australia. Tour guides often take visitors to see the reef. On one tour, the guide was asked an interesting question. ―I notice that the lagoon (泻湖) side of the reef looks pale (苍白) and lifeless, while the ocean side is lively and colorful. Why is this?‖ The guide answered, ―The coral (珊瑚) around the lagoon side is in still water. With no challenge to its survival (生存), it dies early. The coral on the ocean side is always being tested by wind, waves and storms. It has to fight for its survival every day. As it is challenged and tested, it changes and grows healthy, it grows strong.‖ He added, ―That’s the way it is with every living thing.‖ That’s how it is with people. Challenged and tested, we come alive! Like coral by the sea, we grow. Physical problems make for a stronger body. Stress makes for a stronger mind. So, you have problems—no problem! Just tell yourself, ―There I grow again!‖ ( )26. From the beginning of the passage we know _______. A. we needn’t worry about our problem B. problems follow us for ever C. it’s natural to face all kinds of problems D. all the above ( )27. Who has no problems according to the passage? A. The persons who are very famous B. The persons who are living in the cemeteries. C. The persons who have been born D. The persons who have much money. ( )28. In the writer’s opinion, ________. A. problems bring us much trouble B. we should try to stay away from any trouble C. problems have two sides, good or bad. D. the fewer things we do, the less trouble we’ll meet ( )29. The reason why lagoon side of the reef has no life is _______. A. it hasn’t got any sunlight B. it never faces any challenge and tests C. it has less energy than others D. it has no work to do every day ( )30. After reading this passage, we should ________. A. regard any problems as challenges B. learn from the lagoon side C. worry your problem D. enter into cemeteries In the past, when people had problems, they went to their families or friends to get advice. Today it is possible to get advice from radio shows, TV programs and telephones hot lines, too. A hot line is a telephone line that offers a direct way of getting in touch with advisers. Most hot lines are completely anonymous. Callers do not have to say their names or telephone numbers. Most hot lines are usually free, too. Callers do not have to pay for advice or the phone calls-even if the calls are long distance(距离). At some hot lines , the advisers are volunteers(志愿者). Other hot lines pay their advisers for their work. Usually the advisers are full-job people with years of education and experience, but sometimes, the advisers have only taken a short class before starting to work on the hot line. All the advisers listen to people and help them solve their problems. ( )31. A hot line is a telephone line_________. A. that is hot B. through which people get advice C. whose number no one knows D. through which callers take a short class ( )32. When people call the hot line advisers, they_______. A. often give their names and telephone numbers B. generally have to pay for the long distance calls C usually pay nothing for most of the calls and advice
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D. always try to get in touch with the volunteer advisers )33. The advisers working at hot lines_________. A. are not all paid B. are all volunteers C. all have years of education and experience D. have all been trained for a short time )34. How do the hot line advisers work? A. They do what the callers tell them to do B. They listen to the callers and take their advice C. They give the callers advice D. They go to the callers’ houses to help them )35. The writer of the article seems to think that______. A. with hot lines people won’t get advice from their families or friends B. hot lines help the callers a lot C. people had better pay for the advice and phone calls D. the hot line advisers will solve all of the callers’ problems

四.将下面句子翻译成英语(10 分) : 36. In order to keep healthy, it’s best for you to take exercise every day. 37. My elder brother prefers an interesting job with little money to a boring job with much money. 38. 我等你这么久实在受不了。 39. 到上个月末的时候, 我们已经学习了三千英语单词了。 40. 虽然我不想让你失望,但我还是得告诉你,你没通过考试。

五.书面表达。 (20 分) 假如你是郑达,请依据下表,描述一下你的爸爸。 过去 抽烟 很重 呆在家,上网 不干家务 猜想一下爸爸和我们家庭未来的生活。 要求:字数 80--100,可以适当发挥。 现在 戒烟 通过锻炼等方式来减肥 经常旅游,听音乐 帮妈妈干家务,辅导我功课

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初三英语答案
1--5 CCBDD 6--10 CBABC 11---15 ABCDB 16---20 BBCBC

21--25 ABCDA 31--35 BCACB

26--30 DBCBA

36. 为了保持健康,你最好每天做运动。 37. 我哥哥宁愿要一份没什么钱但有趣的工作,而不愿要一份有很多钱却无聊的 工作。 38. I can’t stand waiting so long for you. 39. By the end of last month, we had learned 3000 English words. 40. Although I don’t want to make you disappointed, I have to tell you that you didn’t pass the exam.

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