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 整理 资源来源网络(https://www.kuaiwen.net)” 池州一中2014年高三年级10月考 英 语 试 题 本试卷分第Ⅰ卷(选择题)和第Ⅱ卷(非选择题)两部分。满分150分,考试用时120分钟。 注意事项: 1、答题前,考生务必在试题卷、答题卡规定的地方填写自己的姓名、座位号。 2、答第Ⅰ卷时,每小题选出答案后,用2B铅笔把答题卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑。如需改动,用橡皮擦干净后,再选涂其他答案标号。3、答第Ⅱ卷时,必须使用0.5毫米黑色墨水签字笔在答题卡上书写,要求字体工整、笔迹清晰。必须在题号所指示的答题区域作答,超出答题区域书写的答案无效,在试题卷、草稿纸上答题无效。第Ⅰ卷 (选择题 共115分) 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. 7:00. B.7:30. C. 8:00. 2. What will the woman probably do next? A. Call her neighbors. B. Put out the fire. C. Call the fire department. 3. What was the weather like? A. Rainy. B. Cloudy. C. Snowy. 4. What might be the matter with the man on the ground?[:.] A. He has a headache. B. He has a car accident. C. He has a heart trouble. 5. What can we know about the two speakers? A. They lost their way. B. They took the wrong bus. C. They couldn’t find their map. 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、7题。 6. What does the woman probably do? A. She is a telephonist. B. She is a secretary. C. She is a shop assistant. 7. Where is the man calling from? A. 010-926-6636. B. 010-992-6636. C. 010-992-6366. 听第7段材料,回答第8、9题。 8. What did Mrs. Baker plan to do probably? A. Have a walk. B. Walk her dog. C. Throw her rubbish. 9. How did Mrs. Baker succeed in getting rid of the young man? A. She ran home very quickly. B. She hit him on the head. C. She turned to the man for help. 听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。 10. What does the woman complain about? A. The weather. B. The noise. C. The traffic. 11. Why isn’t the woman satisfied with her living conditions? A. Because the flat is too old. B. Because the flat is too dirty. C. Because the flat is overcrowded. 12. What is the woman going to do next year? A. Move house. B. Change her job. C. Buy a new car. 听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。 13. Where did the man know that the shopping centre has some good things? A. From the newspaper.	B. Over the radio. C. On TV.[:.] 14. What do we know about the man? A. He is heavier than before. B. He likes a cotton suit. C. He wants a casual suit. 15. What color suit does the man most probably choose? A. Yellow. B. White. C. Black. 16. What else does the woman suggest to the man? A. Belts. B. Ties. C. Shoes. 听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。 17. Which part of the city was hit by storms? A. The middle part. B. The eastern part. C. The western part. 18. What caused the cars in Main Street to be damaged? A. A severe accident. B. A big tree. C. The floodwater. 19. What happened in White Street? A. A car park was flooded. B. Some big trees were uprooted. C. Some basketball players were hurt seriously. 20. Which of the following is TRUE? A. A terrible storm hit the whole city. B. It will be a clear day tomorrow. C. One basketball player in the car was hurt. 第二部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分45分) 第一节 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. —How many practical plans has your deskmate made this week? — . All have turned out disappointing.[:.] A. None B. Nothing C. Nobody D. No 22. The Voice of China is such a popular program with viewers has produced many a music-lover. A. who B. that C. where D. as 23. difficult to understand, the lecture was poorly thought of. A.Sounded B.Sounding C.To sound D.Being sounded 24. Word comes that free souvenirs will go to deals with the shop first. A. whoever B. who C. whomever D. whom 25. She offered to give me a lift, but I my bike, so I went to the cinema alone. A.had ridden B.have ridden C.will D.was riding 26. His failure was not made public to prevent his look from being seen. A. embarrassing B. pleased C. embarrassed D. pleasing 27. Why were you upset? The headteacher wasn’t blaming anyone. He said things like that could be avoided. A. mostly B. nearly C. certainly D. merely 28. —What do you need to say? —No person smoke or carry a lighted cigarette in this special room. A. will B. shall C. ought D. need 29. The APEC leaders' meeting greater importance to economic cooperation in Asia-Pacific areas. A. fixes B. attaches C. sends D. concentrates 30. —Did you tell your parents about the result? —Oh, no, I forgot. I them now. A. will be calling B. will call C. am going to tell D. am to call 31. it rain tomorrow, we would have to call off the hike. A. Will B. Would C. Should D. Were 32. The American’s long-time painful work finally , for he broke the Guinness World Record for Hula-hoop Spinning(转呼啦圈). A.paid back B.fell down C.paid off D.fell out 33. —Why are you late again? —Something happened to our friend Wang Fei. I _____ to help him. A. did refuse B. needn’t have refused C. couldn’t well refuse D. did not say no 34. The Party calls on every teacher to learn from Zhang Lili, the most beautiful teacher in China, and try to be Zhang Lili. A. / B. the C. a D. one 35. —Our school boy basketball players won the championship at the 2013 City Basketball Match. — . They had been training that hard. A. That depends B. That figures C. That counts D. That matters 第二节 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)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 could name themselves when they were born. That is, 36 has his or her name given by others. So we needn’t care too much about our names, which are just 37 . They are used to refer to you. Though your parents probably meant your name to last a lifetime, never forget that the hopes and dreams they cared for may not 38 your needs. If your name no longer seems to fit you, don’t lose heart. Screen stars 39 change their names, and with some determination, you can, too. Legal rules are more 40 in this matter than you may expect. Many newlyweds, 41 , realize that no law requires a woman to 42 her husband’s name. Even more, parents can give their children any name they wish, 43 it’s not that of either parent. If you do wish to have a new name, you don’t need to make the change 44 . Under common law, 45 is necessary to start using the name of your choice. More importantly, you 46 to use it everywhere. 47 , you must change all your identification and 48 . Be sure to practice your new 49 until you write it naturally and 50 . Making friends and fellow workers 51 you Leach instead of Lola may be harder than any paperwork involved, and you are 52 to meet official resistance, too. Whatever happens, be sure that no law should 53 you from using the name you have chosen, 54 you use it for the purpose of cheating. Please enjoy your right to be called by 55 name you choose! 36. A. nobody B. everyone C. all D. someone 37. A. symbols B. presents C. souvenirs D. patterns 38. A. know B. trust C. satisfy D. agree 39. A. regularly B. legally C. seldom D. bravely 40. A. rigid B. available C. practical D. flexible 41. A. in fact B. as a result C. for instance D. in name 42. A. assume B. handle C. call D. acquire 43. A. as if B. only if C. even if D. if only 44. A. popular B. official C. known D. academic 45. A. what B. that C. it D. which 46. A. are used B. are supposed C. are hoped D. look forward 47. A. Instead B. Besides C. Luckily D. Otherwise 48. A. values B. notes C. records D. accounts 49. A. signature B. handwriting C. need D. pronunciation 50. A. consistently B. constantly C. beautifully D. attractively 51. A. to call B. call C. calling D. called 52. A. probable B. impossible C. convenient D. likely 53. A. admit B. tolerate C. prohibit D. permit 54. A. unless B. when C. if D. because 55. A. whose B. no matter what C. which D. whatever 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 What do college teachers think of high school English teachers’English teaching? And how should we see it? Let’s read the following. A teacher from a community college addressed a sympathetic audience. Heads nodded in agreement when he said, “High school English teachers are not doing their jobs.” He described how weak his students were—all high school graduates who can use language only at a Grade 9 level. My topic is not standards nor its decline(降低). What the speaker was really saying is that he is no longer young; he has been teaching for sixteen years, and is able to think and speak like a mature adult. My point is that the frequent complaint of one generation about the one immediately following is natural. It is also human nature to look for the reasons for our dissatisfaction. Before English became a school subject in the late nineteenth century, it was difficult to find the target of the blame for language deficiencies(缺陷). But since then, English teachers have been under constant attack. The complainers think they have hit upon an original idea. As their own command of the language improves, they notice that young people do not have this same ability. Unaware that their own ability has developed through the years, they assume the new generation of young people must be hopeless in this respect. To the eyes and ears of sensitive adults, the language of the young always seems inadequate. Since this concern about the decline and fall of the English language is not seen as a generational phenomenon but rather as something new and peculiar(特有的) to today’s young people, it naturally follows that today’s English teachers cannot be doing their jobs. 56. The speaker believed that ________. A. he was an excellent language teacher because he had been teaching English for sixteen years B. the younger generation was as likely as not worse at language than the older generation C. high school English teachers should be responsible for their students’ poor command of English D. The fact that the students didn’t work hard enough contributed to their poor command of English 57. In the author’s opinion, the speaker ________. A. had exaggerated (夸大) the language problems of the students B. was right in saying English teachers were not doing their jobs C. gave a correct judgment of the English level of the students D. thought and spoke in a wise and responsible way 58. What can we conclude from the passage? A. Language learning and improving needs time and effort. B. The author disagrees with the speaker over the standard of English at Grade 9 level. C. It is reasonable to include English as one of the high school subjects. D. The English language teaching is by no means an easy job for college teachers. 59. The author’s attitude towards the speaker’s remarks is ________. A. neutral(中立的) B. critical C. positive D. compromising(妥协的) B GWANGJU, South Korea, Sept. 28,2013 (Xinhua) — Cultural ministers from China, Japan and South Korea participating in the 5th China-Japan-South Korea Ministerial Conference on Culture held here Saturday agreed to strengthen cultural exchange and cooperation to promote the cultural prosperity of East Asia. Cai Wu, China's Minister of Culture, Hakubun Shimomura, Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology of Japan, and Yoo Jinryong, Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism of Korea attended the meeting in the South Korean city with more than 2,000 years of history. At the meeting, Cai said that the east and west differ in history, culture and values, but the East Asia as a whole, especially China, Japan and South Korea, should take good advantage of their cultural and historical similarities, trying to create “shared East Asia value”and seeking a greater say around the world. The ministers drew the Gwangju Joint Document at the meeting to strengthen cultural exchange and cooperation in the fields of culture industry, exhibitions, cultural heritage preservation and the youth exchanges to promote the program of “East Asia City of Culture.” China, Japan and South Korea also agreed that the host country of the annual ministerial meeting will organize a joint cultural festival, including art performances, exhibitions, academic seminars and other relevant events starting from 2014. The annual trilateral Ministerial Conference on Culture was firstly launched in 2007. The Gwangju meeting is the fifth round of this series, and the last round of this meeting was held in Shanghai, China in May 2012. 60. Which of the following information is True according to the text? A. The 5th China-Japan-South Korea Ministerial Conference on Culture was held on Sunday. B. The 5th China-Japan-South Korea Ministerial Conference on Culture is aimed at promoting the cultural prosperity of West Asia. C. Yoo Jinryong, Minister of Culture, Science, Technology and Tourism of Korea attended the meeting. D. GWANGJU is a South Korean city that has a history of more than 2,000 years. 61. The underlined phrase “seeking a greater say”in Paragraph 3 probably means . A. looking for more chances to speak Asian languages B. trying to get greater power or right of acting or deciding C. attempting to take up more space in the world D. getting more time to set a good example to others 62. This text mainly tells us ________. A. three Asian leaders meet each other to discuss economic problems B. how the program of “East Asia City of Culture”came into being C. three Asian countries agree to promote cultural prosperity of East Asia D. the trilateral Ministerial Conference on Culture firstly began in 2007 63. We can know from the text that . A. the fourth Ministerial Conference on Culture was held in GWANGJU B. the trilateral Ministerial Conference on Culture is held once a year C. the Ministerial Conference on Culture has never been held in China D. no changes were made about the forms of activities to be held in the future C At least 371 people were killed and over 750 others injured Saturday in two earthquakes that hit Pakistan's southwest Balochistan Province, officials said. Saif-ur-Rehman, spokesperson of Provincial Disaster Management Authority said that a total of 359 people were killed and 750 others injured up till Saturday in the 7.7-magnitude(震级) earthquake that hit the province on Thursday, while the second earthquake measuring 7.2 at the Richter scale, which struck the area on Saturday afternoon, killed 12 people. He said that the Thursday 's quake affected six districts with Awaran as the worst hit area, where 312 people were killed and 525 others injured when thousands of houses collapsed(坍塌)in various towns and villages of the district. The spokesman said that Kech area of the province was also badly affected, where 46 people died and 240 injured in various villages. The Saturday's earthquake hit Nokjo area of Awaran, killing 12 people, injuring dozens others and destroying many houses. The spokesperson said that the condition of the injured and affected people is not yet known, as it happened in a far area where it would take several hours for the rescue teams to reach. Overall the two quakes affected a population of 185,000 and 37, 000 families, said the spokesperson. The Chinese government has sent three flights carrying relief assistance, including medicines, emergency medical equipment, water purifiers, blankets, tents weighing 260 tons in total. It is said that the Chinese government will also be handing over cash grant worth 1.5 million U.S. dollars to Pakistan's Economic Affairs Division on Sept.30 for the quake victims. 64. According to the text, up till Saturday, the deaths in the earthquake that hit the province on Thursday reached ________. A. 371 B. 359 C. 383 D.312 65. Which of the following is NOT true according to the text? More than 750 people were injured on Saturday in the two earthquakes. Five hundred and twenty-five people were injured in Awaran in the Thursday 's quake. Six districts were affected by the 7.7-magnitude earthquake in Pakistan. D. No more than one of the two earthquakes struck Awaran, Balochistan Province. 66. We can know from the text that . A. the condition of the injured people in the two earthquakes was not known on Saturday B. the two quakes affected a population of 37, 000 and a total of 185,000 families C. the Chinese government would send 260-ton relief materials to Pakistan on Sept.30 D. the Chinese government showed great concern for the earthquake-hit areas 67. What can be the best title for the text? A. Earthquakes Hit Pakistan B. Balochistan Province Manages Disasters C. More Relief Assistance is Needed D. Pakistan Faces Great Loss D How long you live has a lot to do with your environment and lifestyle, but exceptional(特别的)long life may have even more to do with your genes. For the first time, researchers have discovered a genetic recipe(基因谱)that accurately predicts who may live to 100 and beyond. Analysis shows that 90% of the participants who lived to 100 had at least one of the signature genetic clusters(标志基因组). Dr. Thomas Perls at the Boston University School of Medicine said, “We realize this is a complex genetic puzzle. There is a long way for us to go to understand how the integration(融合)of these genes—not just with themselves but with environmental factors—is playing a role in this long life puzzle.” Perls has studied many factors that contribute to long life, and he is the first to acknowledge that living longer isn’t likely to be simply a matter of genes. His previous work has shown, for example, that among most elderly people who live into their 70s and 80s, about 70% can owe their long life to environmental factors such as not smoking; eating a healthy, low-fat, low-calorie diet; and remaining socially engaged and mentally active throughout life. It seems clear that those who live extremely long are benefiting from a special DNA. In fact, Perls believes that the older a person gets, the more likely it is that his or her genes are contributing to those extended years. 68. Which of the following is TRUE according to Paragraph 2? A. Most long-living people have special long-life-related genes. B. Ninety percent of the participants lived to 100 years of age. C. All the long-living people have only one signature genetic cluster. D. Scientists know how the integration of the genes helps people live long. 69. Perls may most likely agree that . A. most people living extremely long benefit from not smoking B. living longer just depends on certain genetic recipes C. environmental factors play an important role in long-living D. being mentally active has nothing to do with living an old age 70. Which of the following is FALSE according to the text? A. Remaining socially engaged helps a person to live long. B. A genetic recipe can accurately predict who may live to 100 and beyond. C. Perls is the first to think living longer is just a matter of genes. D. The older he gets, the more likely the genes contribute to his extended years. 71. Which of the following would be the best title for the text? A. Genes May Predict Who Lives to 100 B. Environment And Genes C. Genes, the Secret of Long Living D. Lifestyle And Genes E The Mandarin Chinese word for “cha” is pronounced “t'e” in certain Chinese dialects(方言). Also the Malay word for the leaf is“the”. This word “the” was used to describe both the drink and the leaf. The Japanese character for tea is written exactly the same as the Chinese, though pronounced with a slight difference; so these may be the origins of our word tea in the western world. Tea may have been discovered in 2737 BC by Shen Nong, a Chinese Emperor of the San Huang Period(3,000 - 2,700 BC). He was a scholar, the father of agriculture and the inventor of Chinese herbal medicine. One summer day, while visiting a distant place, he and the court stopped to rest and his servants began to boil water for the court to drink. Dried leaves from the nearby bush fell into the boiling water, and made it a brown liquid. The Emperor was interested in the new liquid, drank some, and found it very refreshing. The tree was a wild tea tree, and so, tea was created. The first samples(样品) of tea reached England between 1652 and 1654. Tea was referred to as the China drink, tcha, chaw, tay, tee, and tea and was at first regarded more as a medicine than a fashionable drink. The original English pronunciation of the word tea was “tay” and can be traced back to around 1655 when the Dutch introduced both word and beverage(饮料)to England. The pronunciation “tee” also originated in the 1600's but only gained predominance(主导地位)after the late 18th century. By 1650 the Dutch were actively involved in trade throughout the Western world. During that year Peter Stuyvesant brought the first tea to America to the colonists(殖民地定居者)in the Dutch settlement of New Amsterdam (later re-named New York). 72. The following information is true EXCEPT ________. A. The Japanese write the character for tea the same way as we Chinese. B. It was a Chinese Emperor who first found tea very refreshing. C. The word “the” was used to describe only the leaf. D. Tea was discovered quite by chance in history. 73. Paragraph 2 mainly tells us ________. A. that Shen Nong, was a famous inventor of Chinese herbal medicine B. why the Emperor was brave and dared to run risks C. whether Shen Nong liked drinking boiled water outside the court D. the way in which tea was created outdoors 74. Which of the following information is FALSE according to the text? ① Tea was at first regarded just as a fashionable drink in England. ② Tea had different names during the early days it reached England. ③ The pronunciation “tee”originated in 1600. ④ Peter Stuyvesant introduced both word “tay” and beverage(饮料)to England. ⑤ The pronunciation“tee”became popular after the late 18th century. A. ①② B. ②③ C. ④⑤ D. ①④ 75. From Paragraph 3 we know ________. A. that the leaf tea should be put in hot water for drinking B. that tea was called the China drink, tcha, chaw, tay, tee, t'e and tea in England C. what the early situation of tea was like in the Western world D. that tea was first brought to America in the late 16th century 第Ⅱ卷 (非选择题 共35分) 第四部分 写作(共两节,满分35分) 第一节 任务型读写(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分) 阅读下列短文,根据所读内容在表格中的空白处填入恰当的单词。 注意:表格中每个空格只填一个单词。 It often seems that people have a hard time in speaking a seemingly familiar name. Did you ever have someone's name on the tip of your tongue and yet you were not able to recall it? When this happened,what did you do? Next time this happens again,what should you do? You should not try to recall it. Instead, just do something else for a couple of minutes and then the name may come into your head. Why? The name is just there, since you have met this person and learned his name. It, waiting there, only has to be dug out. The initial(最初的) effort to recall prepares the mind for operation, but it is the subconscious (下意识的) activities that go to work to dig up a dim(模糊的)memory. Forcing yourself to recall almost never helps because it doesn't loosen your memory; it only tightens it. That’s why students find the preparatory method greatly helpful in examinations. They read over the questions before trying to answer any of them. Then they answer first the ones of which they are most confident. At the same time, deeper mental activities in the subconscious mind are taking place; work is being done on the more difficult questions. By the time the easier questions are answered, answers to the more difficult ones will usually begin to come into consciousness. It is often just a question of waiting for recall to come to the memory. You see, forcing ourselves to think hard to recall something usually doesn’t help. Chances are that the harder we think, the more difficulty we face in thinking of what we want to. Offering our mind time to work is what we are expected to do. Problem People (76)______ to recall what they are sure they know. Solution They are (77)______ not to try to recall it immediately. They can do something else for a while (78)______ of thinking hard about it. (79)______ It takes time for the subconscious activities to go to work to dig up a dim memory, in which case forcing oneself to recall can make the memory (80)______. Example Students find the preparatory method of great (81)______ in examinations. They, having read over the questions, first answer easy ones. (82)______, the subconscious activities are (83)______ to deal with harder ones. (84)______ People should offer their mind time to work so that a dim memory can be (85)______ up. 第二节 书面表达(满分25分) 高三学生李梅就如何提高自己的英语写作水平写信向外籍教师Mary请教。请你代替Mary写封回信。 写作要点: 1、对英语写作的认识; 2、至少提出三点建议; 3、举例说明英语写作水平是怎样提高的。 注意: 1、词数120左右; 2、开头和结尾已为你写好,不计入总词数。 Dear Li Mei, Your letter reached me this morning. Now I’d like to share my opinion with you. Sincerely hoping you can benefit from the above and will make great progress in your writing.[:] Best wishes! Yours, Mary 安徽省池州一中高三年级十月统考试卷 英 语 试 题 参 考 答 案 1-5ACBCA 6-10ABCBB 11-15CACAC 16-20BCCBB 21-25ADBAD 26-30CDBBB 31-35CCCCB 36-40BACAD 41-45CACBC 46-50BBCAA 51-55BDCAD 56-59CAAB 60-63DBCB 64-67BDDA 68-71ACCA 72-75CDDC 76.fail 77.supposed 78.instead 79.Reason/Cause 80.tight 81.help 82.Meanwhile 83.happening 84.Conclusion/Summary 85.dug 书面表达(略) 资源来源网络,https://www.kuaiwen.net ·13· 
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