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 整理 资源来源网络(https://www.kuaiwen.net)” 广东五校2015届高三年级联考试题 英 语 本试卷共10页,三大题,满分135分。考试用时120分钟。 注意事项: 答卷前,考生务必用黑色字迹的钢笔或签字笔将自己的姓名和考生号、试室号、座位号填写在答题卡上,并用2B铅笔在答题卡上的相应位置填涂考生号。 选择题每小题选出答案后,用2B铅笔把答题卡上对应题目选项的答案信息点涂黑,如需改动,用橡皮擦干净后,再选涂其他答案,答案不能答在试卷上。 非选择题必须用黑色字迹钢笔或签字笔作答,答案必须写在答题卡各题目指定区域内相应位置上;如需改动,先划掉原先的答案,然后再写上新的答案;不准使用铅笔和涂改液。不按以上要求作答的答案无效。 Ⅰ 语言知识及应用(共两节,满分45分) 第一节 完形填空(共15小题;每小题2分,满分30分) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从1~15各题所给的A、B、C和D项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 What are the basic elements of good manners? Certainly a strong sense of justice is one; modesty is often nothing more than a highly developed sense of fair play. A friend of mine once told me about a time he was 1 along a narrow, unpaved(未铺柏油的) mountain road. Ahead was another car that produced clouds of 2 , and it was a long way to the nearest 3 highway. Suddenly, at a 4 place, the car ahead pulled off the road. 5 that its owner might have engine trouble, my friend stopped and asked if anything was wrong. “No,” said the other driver, “but you’ve tolerated my dust this far; I’ll 6 with yours the rest of the way.” Another element of courtesy is considerate, a 7 that enables a person to see into the mind or heart of someone else, to understand the pain or 8 there and to do something to minimize it. A man 9 alone in a restaurant was trying to open the cap of a beer bottle, but he couldn’t do it because of badly injured 10 . He asked a young busboy to help him. The boy took the bottle, turned his back 11 and loosened the cap without difficulty. Then he 12 it again. Turning back to the man, he 13 to make great efforts to open the bottle without success. 14 he took it into the kitchen and returned shortly, saying that he had managed to loosen it ----but only with a pair of pliers(钳子). Yet another element of politeness is the ability to treat all people 15 , in spite of all status or importance. Even when you have doubts about some people, act as if they are worthy of your best manners. You may also be astonished to find out what they really are. Courtesy is the key to a happier world. 1. A. walking B. running C. riding D. driving 2. A. dust B. smoke C. gas D. pollution 3. A. opened B. used C. paved D. repaired 4. A. smaller B. wider C. narrower D. bigger 5. A. Hoping B. Seeing C. Recognizing D. Thinking 6. A. do away B. catch up C. put up D. go on 7. A. tool B. way C. behavior D. quality 8. A. unhappiness B. joy C. feeling D. thought 9. A. dining B. singing C. working D. sitting 10. A. legs B. arms C. fingers D. ears 11. A. hurriedly B. happily C. momentarily D. secretly 12. A. loosened B. took C. hid D. tightened 13. A. seemed B. pretended C. managed D. tried 14. A. Luckily B. Finally C. Happily D. Sadly 15. A. alike B. kindly C. warmly D. nicely 第二节 语法填空 (共10小题;每小题1. 5分,满分15分) 阅读下面短文,按照句子结构的语法性和上下文连贯的要求,在空格处填入一个适当的词或使用括号中词语的正确形式填空,并将答案填写在答卷标号为16—25的相应位置上。 There are many American expressions about insects -- like bees, for example. Bees are known as very hard workers. They always appear to be busy, 16 (move) around in their homes, or hives. So you might say you were as busy as a bee if you 17 (spend) your weekend cleaning your house. In fact, you might say your house was a beehive of activity if your whole family was helping you clean. When we go to see a movie, my friend always makes a beeline for the place 18 they sell popcorn. Hornets are bee-like insects that sometimes attack people. 19 you are really angry, you might say you are mad as a hornet. And providing that you stir up 20 hornet’s nest, you create trouble or problems. Butterflies are beautiful insects, 21 you would not want to have butterflies in your stomach. That means to be nervous 22 having to do something, like speaking in front of a crowd. You would also not want to have ants in your pants. That is, to be 23 (rest) and unable to sit still. Here are some expressions about plain old bugs, 24 word for insects. If you were reading a book in your warm bed 25 a cold winter's day, you might say you were snug as a bug in a rug. And if you wish someone good night, you might say, “sleep tight -- don't let the bed bugs bite.” II. 阅读(共两节,满分50分) 第一节 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A、B、C和D项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卷上将该项涂黑。 A Michael Edwards was born in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England, on 5 December, 1963. Better known as “Eddie the Eagle”, he was a strong downhill skier, so good that in 1984, he nearly made the British Olympic team. To improve his chances to qualify(使具有资格) for Calgary in 1988, he moved to Lake Placid in the U.S. to train and enter races of a higher standard, but he quickly found himself short on funds. To realize his Olympic dream, Edwards realized he’d need to get creative. Clearly, competition for the downhill team was difficult, but what if he switched from skiing to ski jumping? Since there weren’t any other Brits in the event, he was sure to make the team. To save money, Edwards lived in a Finnish mental institution, the cheapest place he could find near a slope, and paid for his training by working as a plasterer(泥水匠). That’s how, with just 18 months of practice and one crash - related broken jaw under his belt, Edwards made it to Calgary. He outweighed his competition by 20 pounds, and poor vision forced him to compete in his thick glasses, which were always fogged. He joked to the press “My glasses clear up enough for me to see where I’ll land and on which part of my body.” His Olympic jumps were disasters. Edwards finished dead last in the competition, his scores not even half of what the medalists earned. He reportedly whispered “May I survive” to himself before each effort, managing to land on his feet each time. Despite the poor showing, “Eddie the Eagle” became a fan favorite. Audiences couldn’t get enough of the dogged Olympic dreams of the jumper. And while the rules were quickly changed to keep such hopeless cases out of future Olympic competitions, Edwards captured the public’s affection in a way no last - place finisher ever had. The Brits even held a parade upon his return home! Edwards remained humble (谦逊的), though. “I’m not letting this go to my head,” he told the media. “I’m determined to keep my feet on the ground. Except when I’m ski jumping of course.” According to Paragraph 1, Edwards ______. A. was a great downhill skier B. competed in the 1984 Olympics C. gradually lost interest in downhill skiing D. was confident of winning an Olympic medal What was the biggest challenge when Edwards was preparing for the Olympics? A. Short of money. B. Lack of coaches. C. Fierce competition. D. Little training time. What can we learn about Edwards’ Olympic performance? A. He nearly won a medal. B. He was far behind the others. C. He injured his jaw seriously. D. He failed to land when jumping. What was the Brits’ attitude towards Edwards? A. Hopeful. B. Pitiful. C. Admiring. D. Annoyed. 30. What would be the best title for the passage? A. The Eagle made history B. A creative ski jumper C. A successful switch D. Would the Eagle win? B Michelle Obama, Kate Moss and Samantha Cameron are three of the most stylish women on the planet but it seems they have their daughters rather than their style know how to thank for that. New research has shown that women with daughters tend to be more stylish than mothers of sons; a fact partly because of the style advice their daughters offer as they get older. 78 percent of women over the age of 50 say they would be more than happy to let their daughters choose a complete outfit for them. However, just five percent of women say they would turn to their sons for style advice, while 28 percent believe that mothers of boys are less fashionable than women with girls. “Women who don’t have daughters become less interested in style as they grow older but having a daughter may keep alive her interest in looking great,” comments psychologist Honey Langcaster - James. “And, because of their close relationship, they also have a source of support and encouragement when it comes to their style decisions.” More than a quarter of women believe that Mums who have sons are less fashion - conscious than Mums with daughters. The most common reasons for this are that daughters are more critical (爱挑剔的), offer good advice and inspiration, and add an element of competition to look the best while sons don’t seem to care and aren’t as strict as daughters. Interestingly, although mothers tend to rely on their daughters’ style tips, their confidence isn’t reciprocated, with 40 percent of women between the ages of 19 and 34 saying they wouldn’t allow their mothers to shop for them as what their mothers would choose for them would not be as good as they expected. And although they might not appreciate the fashion advice, the research, which was conducted by online retailer Gray & Osbourn, showed that daughters do still need their mothers with 71 percent saying they chat to their female parent every day. “Overall, the research shows just how important relationships are between mothers and daughters,” added Langcaster - James, “and just how much women appreciate an honest and trustworthy opinion.” The opening paragraph is mainly to show ________. A. girls influence their mothers’ style decisions B. women with children are often less stylish C. mothers like to follow their children’s advice D. boys are actually better advisors than girls Which of the following may Langcaster - James agree with? A. Daughters usually love their mothers more than sons do. B. It’s hard for boys to get along well with their mothers. C. Mothers without daughters show less interest in style. D. Girls are more independent than boys in some ways. It can be inferred from the passage that girls ________. A. show more interest in science than boys B. care more about what their mothers wear C. can help a lot to solve family problems D. are good at encouraging other people By saying “their confidence isn’t reciprocated”, the author means that ______. A. some women would not like to follow their mother’s style advice B. some women aren’t sure what to wear when attending a party C. some women don’t like to choose clothes for their mothers D. some women often show no confidence in themselves What does the author mainly tell us in the passage? A. It confuses many parents how to talk with their kids. B. Daughters prefer to talk with their mums instead of dads. C. It is important for parents to respect their children’s choice. D. Mothers of girls are more fashionable than those of boys. C Don’t we all know a “Happy Meal” when we see one - the famous boxed meal that includes a hamburger, a kid - sized portion of fries, a side of fruits and milk, served with a toy that’s extremely popular with children who love to collect them? But collectors of these little toys will soon be in for a surprise. For the book lovers though, there is some good news. McDonalds will replace the plastic toys with books. However, each of these books will mainly pass on nutritional messages. Do you know that McDonalds has been marketing the boxed kid’s meal since 1979? Happy Meals are extremely popular with kids, especially for its collectible toys, when you consider that over 1.3 billion of these packages are sold each year! These packages have been very controversial. Health supporters believe that drawing kids to these meals with toys is a clever way of promoting unhealthy food choices. They see it as an advertising strategy of “catching its customers young” - a move that has paid off very well for the fast food company. Child development experts say that food habits get formed in children by age six and continue through to their adult life. Fatty and sugary foods such as those served in McDonalds’ Happy Meals are believed to play a big role in growing health problems such as obesity and diabetes. Public healthcare costs have gone up and untold amounts of money have been spent in caring for obesity and other health problems. In 2010, the State of California tried to ban toys in Happy Meals. But it was strongly opposed by some as being heavy - handed, and the ban was thrown out by the government. While some people believe that McDonalds, with its large following of children, can create a powerful message through the books, others believe its actions are contradictory. Anyway, the company is trying to spread the message of nutrition while it is serving food that it is anything but healthy. Books will be added into Happy Meals to _______. A. encourage more kids to read books B.introduce the history of McDonalds C. have kids learn more about nutrition D. help young kids learn to read and write We can learn from Paragraph 4 that Happy Meals ______. A. make child development experts worried B. cannot be seen in the State of California C. have just appeared in America D.are not harmful to adults In the author’s opinion, Happy Meals _________. A. bring much fun to children B. are no good to children’s health C. are popular with young and old D.teach children a lot about nutrition How is the passage organized? A. Topic - Argument - Explanation B. Opinion - Discussion - Description C. Main idea - Comparison - Supporting examples D. Introduction - Supporting examples - Conclusion The author’s purpose of writing the passage is most likely to _______. A. discuss B. advertise C. entertain D. introduce D How frustrating is it when a pipe bursts, and you have to wait hours for a worker to come and replace or repair it? How about standing helplessly on the side of the road with a flat tire (爆胎)? Or when your little kid’s plastic train breaks apart? Researchers at the CIDETEC Centre for Electrochemical Technologies in San Sebastian, Spain, may have just created a quick fix for all of these headaches. They created a polymer (聚合物) called “Terminator”, which can bind itself back together even after being sliced (切成薄片). Natural polymers are everywhere. They make up the shells that protect small sea creatures such as lobsters and shrimps. They’re in the silk blouse your grandmother so loves and the DNA that makes you, well, you. In nature, many polymers heal themselves when broken or sliced. Think of your skin when you have a small cut - as the two sides of the cut bind back together, you can see a self - healing polymer in action. Synthetic (合成的), or man - made, polymers are just as common. Scientists started creating nylon and synthetic rubber to make up for the shortage of silk and rubber during World War Ⅱ. PVC, polyester and many forms of plastic soon followed. As much as synthetic polymers imitate natural polymers, they’ve always lacked one important feature, the ability to heal themselves - until now. “Terminator” is the first man - made self - healing polymer, the Spanish scientists report in the Sept. 13 issue of the journal Materials Horizon. In the research lab, the researchers cut the polymer in half with a knife. Then they made the two halves touch each other and allowed them to stand at room - temperature, without applying any pressure. “Terminator” started self - healing within an hour. It was ninety - seven percent healed within two hours, and completely joined together after twenty - two hours. Once it had repaired itself, the scientists were able to pull it by hand, with no breaks or tears. The researchers say this breakthrough will allow them to create stronger sealants (密封剂), paints, adhesives (黏合剂) and more. This could eventually lead to self - repairing pipes, bicycle tires and Barbie dolls, among a million other possibilities. By asking a series of questions in Paragraph 1, the author mainly intends to show _______. A. the difficulties of repairing household items B. the unpleasant experiences in everyday life C. the shortcomings of some man-made polymers D. the poor quality of plastic products Which of the following is TRUE of polymers? A. All natural polymers can heal themselves. B. Natural polymers can be found in silk and skin. C. Synthetic polymers are used only in a limited way. D. Synthetic polymers are made from natural polymers. What do we know about “Terminator”? A. It is made up of two parts. B. It heals itself completely in several hours. C. It can repair itself under normal conditions. D. It must be pulled apart soon after self-healing. The last paragraph mainly discusses ________. A. the safety of “Terminator” B. the various uses of “Terminator” C. the raw materials of “Terminator” D. the characteristics of “Terminator” What would be the best title for this passage? A. Uses of synthetic polymers rediscovered B. Natural polymers are not easy to imitate C. First self - healing polymer created in Spanish lab D. “Terminator” may be a new treatment for headaches 第二节 信息匹配(共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分) 阅读下列应用文及相关信息,并按照要求匹配信息。请在答题卷上将对应题号的相应选项字母涂黑。 请阅读某书店各书架的相关信息: A. Section One: Do-It-Yourself Section --- On these shelves customers can find the latest manuals on how to do everything from building a computer to constructing your own home. B. Section Two: Sports & Leisure Section --- Stocks a large range of the latest books on your favorite sporting teams and events. Pick up the perfect Father's Day present here. C. Section Three: Humor Section --- A great selection of joke books, funny stories and wonderful real life adventures that are sure to keep the reader laughing for days. D. Section Four: Business & Finance --- Students, business people or anyone interested in the world of commerce are certain to find the book they are after here. We have special subsection for international trade and e-commerce. E. Section Five: Biography --- Find out about the lives of your favorite sports stars, singers, actors and other famous people from today and the past. Learn what they had to go through to become successful and the effect it had on their lives. F. Section Six: Education --- Has a huge range of textbooks and supplementary material covering all the major high school and university subjects. Buyers showing their student cards receive a 15% discount on all purchases from this section. 阅读下列关于各书籍的信息,匹配书籍与其所应放置的书架: 46. The Delighted Eye --- by Prof. John Nash --- The 1994 Nobel Prize Winner for Economics, whose ideas have influenced a generation of the world's greatest economic minds, tells his life story: growing up in a small town in America, becoming one of America's most influential mathematicians and his battles with mental illness. 47. Mother Tongue: The English Language --- by Bill Bryson --- Bryson's book is a journey through the history and different aspects of the English language, one that is both informative and hugely entertaining. As with most of Bryson's books, fun comes before facts and readers will be left with a smile on their faces. 48. Into Thin Air --- by John Krakauer --- is a riveting first-hand account of a disastrous race to the top of Mount Everest. In March 1996, Outside magazine sent veteran journalist and experienced climber John Krakauer to join the team led by the famous Everest guide Rob Hall. Despite the expertise of Hall and the other leaders, by the end of the race eight people were dead. 49. Ready Made: How to Make (Almost) Everything --- by Shoshanna Berger and Grace Hawthorne --- beautifully written with great factual information. The theme behind this book is re-use, re-claim, re-cycle and there are many detailed easy-to-do projects for the reader to try such as making a photo frame from a book cover or a pot for your plants from plastic shopping bags. 50. The Smartest Guys in the Room: The Amazing Rise and Scandalous Fall of Enron --- by Bethany McLean and Peter Elkind --- As the title suggests the authors cover the rise of the American electricity company to become one of the 10 richest companies in the world and its spectacular fall into dishonor and bankruptcy. A perfect guide on what not to do in business. III. 写作 (共两节,满分40分) 基础写作 (共1小题,满分15分) 为营造良好的学习氛围与生活环境,创建“文明校园”,学生会决定开展校园文化标语设计大赛。以下是大赛的海报: 【写作内容】 请你用英语写一篇短文,向本校国际班的同学介绍本次活动的情况。 【写作要求】 1.只能使用5个句子表达全部内容; 2.文中不能出现真实姓名和学校名称; 【评分标准】 句子结构准确,信息内容完整,篇章结构连贯。 第二节 读写任务(共1小题,满分25分) 阅读下面的短文,然后按照要求写一篇150词左右的英语短文。 “Give me six hours to chop down a tree, and I’ll spend the first four sharpening the axe.” This is Abraham Lincoln’s famous remark, sharing his way to success is to make full preparations. In his remark, it expresses great wisdom, carrying at least two important implications. On one hand, success never comes to us accidentally, but as a result of continuous and patient planning and preparing. While on the other hand, in order to succeed, we must keep “sharpening our axe”. Having defined our goal, we must have a clear idea about the means to achieve the goal. Without sufficient preparations, many of our efforts would be random and we would most probably end up in failure. Since preparation can make a difference on our way to success, not only does it help us find the most efficient way to do something, but it makes us ready when chance comes. Therefore, smart people prepare things well in advance so that they outperform those with little or no preparation. Only when we attach great importance to full preparation can we attain our goal. Just as an old saying goes, “Luck is what happens when preparation meets opportunity.” 【写作内容】 1. 以约30个词概括上文的主要内容 2. 以约120个词就“充分准备对成功的重要性”发表看法。内容包括: (1)你对林肯言论的看法; (2)以你(或你的朋友)的例子说明做好充分准备对于成功的重要; (3)作为高三学生,你认为如何才能做好充分准备迎接高考。 【写作要求】 1. 作文中可使用自己的亲身经历或虚构故事,也可以参照阅读材料的内容但不得直接引用原文中的句子; 2. 文中不能出现真实姓名和学校名称。 【评分标准】概括准确,语言规范,内容合适,篇章连贯。 英语参考答案 I. 语言知识及应用(共两节,满分45分) 第一节 完形填空 (共15小题;每小题2分,满分30分) 1-5 DACBD 6-10 CDAAC 11-15 CDBBA 第二节 语法填空 (共10小题;每小题1. 5分,满分15分) 16. moving 17.spent 18.where 19.If 20. a 21. but 22. about 23. restless 24. another 25. on II. 阅读(共两节,满分50分) 第一节 阅读理解 (共20小题;每小题2分,满分40分) 26—30.AABCA 31-35 ACBAD 36-40 CABDA 41-45 CBCBC 第二节 信息匹配(共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分) 46-50 ECBAD III. 写作 (共两节,满分40分) 第一节 基础写作(共1小题,满分15分) Aiming to build up a civilized campus and create a good environment for our study and life, the Student’s Union decides to hold a competition about choosing the best campus cultural slogans in our school. Anyone who wants to show your talent can hand in your art work in the office of the Student’s Union before December 30th, 2014. The slogans you hand in should be original and no more than 20 words. Besides, it would be better if it is easy to understand and most importantly it could give us encouragement and warnings. The winners will be given certificate and their works will be displayed in our school library. 第二节 读写任务(共1小题,满分25分) The author quotes Abraham Lincoln’s famous remark to illustrate the importance of making full preparation. Therefore, it is advised that if you want to succeed, full preparation is needed. Abraham Lincoln’s famous remark impressed me a lot. Making full preparation is essential to those who want to achieve success. As an old saying goes, “Luck is what happens when preparation meets opportunity.” When we’re well-prepared, a bright future ahead will be not far from us. I would like to share my best friend Tom’s story. Three years ago he signed up for the 800-metre race in the school sport meeting. In order to win the gold medal, he got up early to practice running for an hour every day. Despite rainy days, he never gave up running. Besides, he would ask the P.E teacher for the skills to run faster. Through his efforts, he finally achieved his ambition as the champion. It is Tom’s full preparation that leads to his success. As for me, a student of Senior Three, in order to welcome the approaching college entrance examination, I need to go over what I’ve learned in every subject. Besides, I’ll find efficient ways to do the related exercises, especially stressing on the skills. Hopefully, I can do a good job to fulfill my dream of being admitted into Zhongshan University. 资源来源网络,https://www.kuaiwen.net ·12· 
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