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2014高考百天仿真冲刺卷(英语试卷九)

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2014高考百天仿真冲刺卷(英语试卷九)

第1页共11页2014高考百天仿真冲刺卷英语试卷(九)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.WhataretheleavinggatenumberandtheflightnumberA.45CZ346B.35CZ364C.25CZ4362.WhatdoesthewomanreallywantA.Ahairbrush.B.Somethingtoeat.C.Somebooks.3.WhencantheheadmasterseethemanA.At930.B.At1145.C.At1240.4.HowmuchisapoundoftomatoesnowA.Eightycents.B.Thirtycents.C.Onehundredandtencents.5.WhichofthefollowingisTRUEaccordingtothetalkA.Italwaystakesthemantwentyfiveminutestodrivehome.B.Itsometimestakesthemanfiftyminutes.C.Hishomeisfarawayfromhisoffice.第二节(共15小题每题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,每小题将给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。Text66.WhatisthewomansproblemA.Sheisntqualifiedforgovernmenthousingthisyear.B.Thepriceofthehousesherentedgoesup.C.Shedoesnthaveenoughmoneytobuythehouse.7.WhatisthemanssuggestionA.Tosellheroldhouse.B.Togetaloanfromthebank.C.Toborrowmoneyfromfriends.Text78.WhatisthemanapplyingforA.Aparkingpermit.B.Alecturepermit.C.Atransportpermit.9.WhichpartofthemansbodywasbrokenA.Hisrightleg.B.Hisleftfoot.C.Hiship.Text810.WherecanyoupossiblyhearthetalkA.Inalaundry.B.Inashop.C.Inthestreet.11.WhatarethebigmachinesoverthereA.Washingmachines.B.DryersC.Vendingmachines(自动售货机).12.WherecanthemanbuysoapA.Intheshopnearby.B.FromthevendingmachinesC.Inthelaundry.第2页共11页Text913.WhichfilmofthefollowingDIDNTthewomanseeA.RaisingArizona.B.WildatHeart.C.Neither.14.HowdoesthewomanlikeblackhumorfilmA.Verymuch.B.Notabit.C.Soso.15.WhatkindofactordoesthemanthinkNicolasCageshouldbeA.Atragicactor.B.Aclassicalactor.C.Acomicactor.16.WhatfilmsmakeNicolasCagemorepopularA.Actionmovies.B.Comicmovies.C.Tragicmovies.Text1017.WhenwillthecoursebeofferedA.Sunday,Oct.6.B.Sunday,Nov.16.C.Saturday,Sept.16.18.WhatwillbediscussedinthecourseA.Basicconceptsofthesystem.B.Approaches(方法)tothestudyofcomplexsystems.C.Socialandengineeredsystemswillbediscussed.19.WhatisrequiredfortheMITStudentsaccordingtothenoticeA.Tuition(学费)B.Registration.C.IDcard.20.HowmuchwillbechargedforthestudentsoutsideofMITA.350.B.150.C.50.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.Wouldyoulikeanotheregg.A.Yes,IdlikeB.IwouldntsaynoC.IwouldntlikeD.No,Idontlike22.Myteacheraskedmetocopy_____article_____secondtime.A.antheB.anaC.theaD.thethe23._____whathasrecentlybeendonetoprovidemorebusesforthepeople,ashortageofpublicvehiclesremainsaproblem.A.ExceptforB.DuetoC.BecauseofD.Inspiteof24.Youshouldnttakebooksoutofthelibrarywithoutthe_____oftheassistant.A.encourafementB.approvalC.explanationD.management25.Amongalltheseflowers_____akindofredrose,whichwasgivenbymyfriend.A.isincludedB.includeC.wereincludedD.included26.WhenItrytounderstand_____thatpreventssomanyAmericansfrombeingashappyasonemightexpect,itseemstomethattherearetwocauses.A.whyitdoesB.whatitdoesC.whatitisD.whyitis27.Isthisthereason_____atthemeetingforhiscarelessnessinhisworkA.heexplainedB.whatheexplainedC.howheexplainedD.whyheexplained28.Inmyopinion,_____shouldntbeanydoubtthatChinawillbecomeoneofthemostpowerfulcountriesinthenearfuture.A.thisB.thatC.itD.there29.WhatcoursesareyougoingtotakenexttermifyouwanttoreceiveenoughcreditstogetyourdegreeIdontknow.Butitsabouttime_____onsomething.A.IddecideB.IdecidedC.IdecideD.Imdeciding30.Thephotographerneedstochargeupthedigitalcameraeverydayasthebattery_____quickly.第3页共11页A.shutsupB.endsupC.runsoutD.turnsout31._____nofurtherbusiness,thechairmanclosedthemeeting.A.ItwasB.IthavingC.TherebeingD.Therewas32.IfyouwontdoasItellyou,you_____gotothedance.A.wontB.shantC.shouldntD.mustnt33.Susanmanagedtoclimboutofthecar,_____unhurt.A.regularlyB.extremelyC.frequentlyD.apparently34.Itisbelievedthathighachieversareambitious,hardworking,andworktowardpersonalstandardsofexcellence_____materialrewards.A.otherthanB.orratherC.ratherthanD.orelse35._____,IwouldliketothankProfessorOsterhausforofferingmethechancetodothisstudy,andforallthesupportthroughoutthestudyperiod.A.InthebeginningB.AtfirstC.TobeginwithD.Tostart第二节完型填空(共20小题每小题1.5分,满分30分)阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从3655各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上涂黑。ItwasawarmMarchevening,andIdjusttakenaseatonthebusthatwouldtakemehome.Itwasnearly600PM,butthebuswasnotyetfullandthedrivergaveno___36___thatheintendedtostartthebus.Amiddleagedwomantookaseatoppositeme.Shewascrying.Notspeakingtoanyoneinparticular,she____37____narratedherstory.Shehadcometothecitytovisitherdaughter.Onthewaytotheterminal,athiefhad____38_____oneofherbags.Ithadcontainedhalfofthemoneyshedbroughtwithher.Theotherhalfwashiddenunderherblouse,soshe___39___stillhadsomemoneyleft.Thebusconductor,driver,andotherpassengerslistenedtohertale.Atthistime,anoldman___40___gotonthebus.Hesatintheseatdirectlyinfrontofthewoman.Afterafewminutes,allseatswere___41____.Thedrivergotbehindthewheelandstartedtheengine.Thebusconductorcollectedticketsandbeganaskinguswherewewere__42____.Whenhecametotheoldmansseat,hebecame___43___andaskedtheoldmanwhetherhehadanymoney.Theoldman___44___thathedidnot.Heexplainedthathe__45____allhismoneythismorningwhenhedaccidentallygotonthewrongbusandnowhewastryingtogohome.Uponhearingthis,thebusconductor__46___theoldmantogetoffthebus.Theoldmanwasalmostintearsashebeggedthebusconductortolethimtakethatbus__47___hecouldgethomebeforedark.Thebusdriverapproachedtheoldman,andrepeatedtheconductors___48___togetoffthebus.StoptroublinghimCantyouseehesonlytryingtogethomesheinterfered.Hedoesnthaveanymoneythedrivershouted.Well,thatsno__49___tothrowhimoffthebus,sheinsisted.Thenshesaid,HowmuchishisfareThebusconductormumbledtheamount.Fine,saidthewoman.She__50___insideherblouse,tookouther__51___money,andhandedthefarestothebusconductor.Hereshisfareandmine.Juststopgivinghimahardtime.Alleyesturned__52____thewoman,who,justminutesbefore,hadbeencryingoverthemoneyshedlost.Itsonlymoney,sheshrugged.Bythetimethebusrolledoutoftheterminal,shehadgiventheoldmanbreadandadollar.Sherodetherestofthewayhome____53___aMonaLisasmileofpeaceandgrace,andthemoneyshedlost__54___wasforgotten.Ontheroadoflife,thepolitenessandsmilesof__55___canlightenourloadsandliftourspirits.Howmuchsweeterthejourneywhenwemakeitalittlesmootherandricherforothers36.A.answerB.agreementC.indicationD.talk37.A.tearfullyB.excitedlyC.helplesslyD.proudly38.A.gotB.snatchedC.pulledD.caught39.A.surprisinglyB.peacefullyC.naturallyD.fortunately40.A.inragsB.shylyC.happilyD.indisorder41.A.hadB.takenC.fullD.crowded42.A.gettingonB.gettingdownC.gettingoffD.gettingin43.A.consciousB.suspiciousC.curiousD.anxious44.A.realizedB.pretendedC.admittedD.remembered45.A.spendB.hasspentC.hadspentD.wasspent46.A.askedB.orderedC.ledD.begged第4页共11页47.A.soB.untilC.ifD.when48.A.arrangementB.commandC.adviceD.decision49.A.goodB.senseC.reasonD.doubt50.A.pickedB.removedC.touchedD.reached51.A.leftB.savingC.borrowedD.remaining52.A.inB.toC.downD.on53.A.owningB.wearingC.hatingD.losing54.A.earlierB.soonerC.laterD.former55.A.customersB.friendsC.strangersD.conductors第三部分阅读理解(共20小题,每题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。AYourerushingtoworkandamanaheadofyoucollapsesonthesidewalk.DoyoustoptohelpInastudyofbystanders,itwasfoundthatsomepeopleaverttheirgazeandkeeponwalkingratherthanstopandgetinvolved.Thereisatendencytodecidethatnoactionisneeded.saysapsychologist.Thefirstthoughtsthatpopintoyourmindoftenkeepyoufromofferinghelp.Inordertotakeaction,youhavetoworkagainstthem.Herearesomecommonthoughtsthatmightpreventyoufromhelping.●WhyshouldIbetheoneImprobablynotthemostcompetent(有能力的)personinthiscrowd.Youmightthinksomeoneolderorwithmoremedicalknowledgeshouldofferassistance.●WhatifhedoesntreallyneedmyhelpThefearofembarrassmentispowerfulnoonewantstorisklookingfoolishinfrontofothers.●Nooneelselooksconcernedthismustnotbeaproblem.Wecanfollowthepeoplearoundus,butmostpeopletendtoholdbacktheiremotionsinpublic.Ifyouspottroubleandfindyourselfexplaininginaction,forceyourselftostopandevaluatethesituationinsteadofwalkingon,saysthepsychologist.Thenretrytoinvolveotherpeopleyoudonthavetotakeontheentireresponsibilityofbeinghelpful.Sometimesitsjustamatterofturningtothepersonnexttoyouandsaying,Itlookslikeweshoulddosomething.Oraskingsomeoneifanambulancehasbeencalledand,ifnot,tocallforone.Onceyoutakeaction,mostpeoplewillfollowyou.56.WhichisNOTthecommonthoughtthatstopsyoufromhelpingothersA.Imnottheverypersoncapableofsettingtheproblem.B.Itlookslikeweshoulddosomething.C.Itmustnotbeaproblemasnooneelseisconcerned.D.Hedoesntreallyneedmyhelp.57.Accordingtoastudyofbystanders,whatwillsomepeopledowhenamanaheadfallsdownonthesidewalkA.Theywillcallforhelpandthenwalkaway.B.Theywillstopandofferhelp.C.Theywillturnawaytheireyesandgoonwalking.D.Theywilllaughathim.58.Welearnfromthelastparagraphthatifwespottrouble,.A.weshouldcalltheambulanceassoonaswecan.B.weshouldtakeonthewholeresponsibilityanddosomethingalone.C.weshouldstopandevaluatethesituationandtrytomakeotherpeoplefollow.D.weshouldturntootherpeopleandaskthemtotakeontheresponsibility59.Inordertoofferothersyourtimelyhelp,youneedto.A.askothersforhelpandcallthepoliceB.getalongwellwiththepassersbywhospotthetroubleC.godirectlytothepolicestationD.workagainstthefirstthoughtsthatpreventyouofferinghelp60.Themainpurposeofthetextistotellreaders.A.togiveothersahandB.tobemorecompetent第5页共11页C.nottorisklookingfoolishD.tostopandevaluatethesituationBWouldyoueatareadymealfromthefridgeratherthancookfromscratchHaveyoubeendoinginternetshoppingratherthangoingtothestoresWhatcantyoubebotheredtodoAstudyintohowlazyBritishpeoplearehasfoundmorethanhalfofadultsaresolazytheydcatchtheliftratherthanclimbtwoflightsofstairs.Justover2000peoplewerequizzedbyindependentresearchersatNuffieldHealth,Britainslargesthealthcharity.Theresultswereastonishing.Aboutoneinsixpeoplesurveyedsaidiftheirremotecontrolwasbroken,theywouldcontinuewatchingthesamechannelratherthangetup.Morethanonethirdofthosequestionedsaidtheywouldnotruntocatchabus.Worryingly,ofthe654respondentswithchildren,64saidtheywereoftentootiredtoplaywiththem.ThisledthereporttoconcludethatitsnowonderthatoneinsixchildrenintheUKareclassifiedasobeseveryfatbeforetheystartschool.DrSarahDauncey,medicaldirectorofNuffieldHealth,saidPeopleneedtogetfitter,notjustfortheirownsake,butforthesakeoftheirfamilies,friendsandevidentlytheirpetstoo.Ifwedontstarttotakecontrolofthisproblem,awholegenerationwillbecometoounfittoperformeventhemostrudimentaryoftasks.AndScotlandslargestcity,Glasgow,wasshamedasthemostinactivecityintheUK,with75surveyedadmittingtheydonotgetenoughexercise,followedcloselybyBirminghamandSouthampton,bothwith67.TheresultscauseseriouschallengesfortheNationalHealthService,whereobesityrelatedillnessessuchasheartdiseaseandcancerhavebeenonasteadyincreaseforthepast40yearsandarecostingbillionsofpoundseveryyear.61.WhatcauseschildrenintheUKtobeobeseA.EatingreadymealB.WatchingTVC.DoingInternetshoppingD.Beinglazy62.WhatcanbeinferredfromthepassageA.Britishpeoplearetoolazytodoanything.B.Internetshoppingwilldoharmtoyourhealth.C.ManypeoplewouldnotruntocatchabusinBritain.D.Peopleshouldbemoreactiveandtakeregularexercisetokeepfit.63.WhichofthefollowingisNottrueaccordingtothepassageA.OnesixthofBritishpeopleuseremotecontrolwhenwatchingTV.B.Peoplewillbenefitnotonlythemselvesbuttheirfamiliesbygettingfit.C.Fatnesscancausediseasessuchasheartdiseaseandcancer.D.Morepeoplegetobesityrelatedillnessesnowthan40yearsago.64.WhatdoestheunderlinedwordrudimentarymostprobablymeanA.basicB.seriousC.vitalD.hard65.AllthefollowingareamongthemostlazycitiesintheUKexcept___________.A.GlasgowB.BirminghamC.NuffieldD.SouthamptonCA17yearoldboy,caughtsendingtextmessagesinclass,wasrecentlysenttotheviceprincipalsoffice.Theviceprincipal,SteveGallagher,toldtheboyheneededtofocusontheteacher,nothiscellphone.Theboylistenedpolitelyandnodded,andthatswhenMr.Gallaghernoticedthestudentsfingersmovingonhislap.Hewastestingwhilebeingscoldedfortexting.Itwasasubconsciousact,saysMr.Gallagher,whotookthephoneaway.Youngpeopletodayareconnectedsociallyfromthemomenttheyopentheireyesinthemorninguntiltheycolsetheireyesatnight.Itscompulsive.AstudythisyearbypsychologystudentsatCovenantCollegeinLookoutMountain,Ga,foundthatthemoretimeyoungpeoplespendonFacebook,themorelikelytheyaretohavelowergradesandweakerstudyhabits.HeavyFacebookusersshowsignsofbeingmoresociable,buttheyarealsomorelikelytobeanxious,hostileordepressed.Doctors,meanwhile,arenowlamingaddictionstonighttextingfordisturbingthesleeppatternsofteens.AlmostaquarteroftodaysteenscheckFacebookmorethan10timesaday,accordingtoa2009surveybyCommonSenseMedia,anonprofitgroupthatmonitorsmediasimpactonfamilies.Willtheseyoungpeopleget第6页共11页ridofthishabitoncetheyentertheworkforce,orwillemployerscometoseetextingandsocialnetworkcheckingasacceptedpartsoftheworkdayThinkback,Whentodaysolderworkerswereintheir20s,theymighthavetakenabreakonthejobtocallfriendsandmakeafterworkplans.Inthoseearliereras,companiesdiscouragednonbusinessrelatedcalls,andsomeonewhomadepersonalcallsalldayriskedbeingfired.Itwasimpossibletoimaginetheconstantbackandforthtextingthatdefinesinteractionsamongyoungpeopletoday.Educatorsarealsobeingaskedbyparents,studentsandeducationalstrategiststoreconsidertheirrules.Inpastgenerations,studentsgotintroubleforpassingnotesinclass.Nowstudentsaregoodattextingwiththeirphonesstillintheirpockets,says40yearoldMr.Gallagher,theviceprincipal,andtheyreabletocommunicatewithsomeoneonefloordownandthreerowsover.Studentsarejustfundamentallydifferenttoday.Theywilltakesuspensionsratherthangiveuptheirphones.66.Theunderlinedwordasubconsciousactinthefirstparagraphreferstoanact.A.onpurposeB.withoutrealizationC.insecretD.withcare67.YoungpeopleaddictedtotheuseofFacebook.A.aregoodatdealingwiththesocialrelationshipsandconcentrateontheirstudyB.havehighspiritsandpositiveattitudestowardstheirlifeandworkC.havebeeninfluencedmentallyintheaspectsofbehaviorsandhabitsD.arealwaysinbadmoodandhavepoorperformanceineveryrespect68.Throughthesituationoftodaysolderworkersintheir20s,itcanbeinferredthat.A.theemployerswillnotacceptyoungpeoplessendingtextmessagesB.acellphoneisamustfortodaysolderworkersinsteadofyoungpeopleC.TheemployerspreferolderworkerstoyoungpeopleD.theemployerswillfindithardtocontroltheinteractionamongyoungpeople69.Mr.Gallagherremindsusthatthestudentsinthepastandthosetoday_______.A.liketobreakrulesandhavethesamemeansofsendingmessagesB.arealwaysthebigproblemfortheeducationsandtheirparentsC.likesendingtextmessagesbutthosetodaydoitinamoresecretandskillfulwayD.cannotlivewithoutacellphone70.WhatsthebesttitleofthepassageA.TeenagersandCellphonesB.TeenagersTextingAddictionC.EmployersandTeenagersD.TeenagersEducationDLawsthatwouldhaveensuredpupilsfromfiveto16receivedafullfinancialeducationgotlostinthewashup.Anapplicationiscallingonthenextgovernmenttobringitback.Atschoolthechildrenaretaughttoaddupandsubtract(减法)but,extraordinarily,arenotroutinelyshownhowtoopenabankaccountletalonehowtomanagetheirfinancesinanincreasinglycomplexanddemandingworld.TodaytheparentingwebsiteMumsnetandtheconsumercampaignerMartinLewishavejoinedforcestolaunchanonlineapplicationtomakefinancialeducationacompulsoryelementoftheschoolcurriculuminEngland.Childrenfromfiveto16shouldbetaughtabouteverythingfrompocketmoneytopensions,theysay.AndthatwasexactlytheplanpreservedintheChildren,SchoolsandFamiliesbillthatwasshelvedbythegovernmentinthesocalledwashupearlierthismonththerushtolegislationbeforeparliamentwasdismissed.Consumerandparentgroupsbelievefinancialeducationhasalwaysbeenoneofthemostfrustratingomissionsofthecurriculum(课程).AsthePersonalFinanceEducationGroupPfegpointsout,thegoodhabitsofyoungchildrendonotlastlong.Over75ofsevento11yearoldsaresaversbutbythetimetheygetto17,overhalfofthemareindebttofamilyandfriends.Bythisage,26seeacreditcardoroverdraft(透支)asawayofextendingtheirspendingpower.Pfegpredictsthattheseyoungpeoplewillfinditmuchhardertoavoidtheseriousunexpecteddangersthathavebefallenmanyoftheirparentsgenerationunlesstheyreceivegoodqualityfinancialeducationwhileatschool.第7页共11页TheUKhasbeenintheworstfinancialrecession(衰退)forgenerations.Itdoesseemoddthatunlessparentsstepinyoungpeopleareleftinthedarkuntiltheyarecruellyintroducedtotheworldofdebtwhentheyturnupatuniversity.Inarecentpollofover8,000people,97supportedfinancialeducationinschools,while3saiditwasajobforparents.71.Thepassageismainlyabout_____________.A.howtomanageschoollessonsB.howtodealwiththefinancialcrisisC.teachingyoungpeopleaboutmoneyD.teachingstudentshowtostudyeffectively72.Itcanbeinferredfromthefirsttwoparagraphsthat__________.A.theauthorcomplainsabouttheschooleducationB.pupilsshouldnotbetaughttoaddupandsubtractC.studentshavebeentaughttomanagetheirfinancesD.lawsonfinancialeducationhavebeeneffectivelycarriedout73.Thewebsiteandtheconsumercampaignerjoinedto_________.A.instructthepupilstodonatetheirpocketmoneyB.promotetheconnectionofschoolsandfamiliesC.askthegovernmenttodismisstheparliamentD.appealforthecurriculumoffinancialeducation74.AccordingtoPfeg,___________.A.itiseasytokeepgoodhabitslongB.teenagersspendtheirmoneyasplannedC.parentsarewillingtopaythedebtfortheirkidsD.itwillbeintroubleiftheteenagersareleftalone75.Apollismentionedto___________.A.stressthenecessityofthecurriculumreformB.showtheseriousnessofthefinancialrecessionC.makethereadersawareofburdenoftheparentsD.illustratesomepeoplearestronglyagainsttheproposal第四部分写作(共两节,满分35分)第一节书面表达(共5小题每小题2分,满分10分)阅读下面短文,请根据短文后的要求进行答题。(请注意问题后的字数要求)lCanadianculturewasheavilyinfluencedbyBritishcultureandtraditions.NowonecanalsonoticetheinfluenceofAmericanculture.Overtheyears,lotsofpeoplehavemovedtoCanada.TherehasbeenahealthychangeofCanadiansideasthathasresultedinthedevelopmentofcertainspecialfeaturesinCanada.ThepeopleofCanadahavealwaysbeenproudoftheirdiverseculturalbackgrounds.2ArtCanadahassomeofthemostwonderfulclassicalworksofart.Intheyear1930,artistsbegandevelopingtheirownpersonalstyle.TheGroupofSevenisconsideredtobethefirstgroupofnativeartiststocreatetheirownstyle.3LanguageandreligionBecauseofitsdiversecultures,Canadahastwoofficiallanguages,EnglishandFrench.Thereis_________.AnumberofpeopleinCanadahaveconfirmedthattheyhavenoreligiousbelief,thoughtherearemanyothergroupsthatfollowProtestantismasareligion.4LiteratureTheliteratureofCanadabasicallyshowsthedifferentculturalinfluencesofothercountries.SomeoftheearlyworksweredividedaccordingtotheregionofCanadafromwhichtheauthorcame,buttherewerealsoauthorswhogaveahumoroustouchtoseriouscontents.Anumberofauthorshavebeenawardedfortheirliteratureworks.5MusicMusicinCanadahasseenmanydevelopmentsinstylesalongtheway.ManyCanadianmusicianshaveearnedworldwidefame.Fromfolkmusictorock,Canadianmusiccontinuestoentertainpeople.Inrecentyears,musicfromAsiaandAfricahasfoundquiteafanfollowinginCanada.76.Whatisthemainideaofthetext(nomorethan3words)77.FillintheblankinParagraph3withproperwords.(nomorethan3words)第8页共11页78.WhatdoesthewordtheirLine4,Para1referto(nomorethan2words)79.Canadianculturehasbeeninfluencedbymanyothercountries.Listallofthemmentionedinthetext.80.Completethefollowingstatementwithproperwords.nomorethan5wordsRecently,musicfromAsiaandAfricahasbecomeinCanada.第二节书面表达(满分25分)假定你班在珍爱生命,拒闯红灯教育活动中,召开了一次主题班会。请你根据下表中的内容,用英语写一篇短文。行人闯红灯的危害1.妨碍交通,影响车辆的正常行驶。2.容易引发事故,危及他人和自身的生命安全。3.(自己设想)对行人闯红灯的处罚措施1.批评教育,让其意识到闯红灯的危害性。2.当场给予警告并罚款。3.(自己设想)注意1.内容可适当发挥,注意行文连贯2.词数120左右。参考词汇pedestriann.(行人)jaywalkvi.(乱穿马路)reprimandvt.(批评,训诫)2013高考百天仿真冲刺卷英语试卷(九)参考答案第一部分听力(共两节,每小题1.5分,满分30分)1.B2.A3.C4.C5.B6.C7.B8.A9.C10.A11.C12.B13.A14.B15.C16.A17.A18.C19.B20.C第9页共11页第二部分英语知识运用(共两节,满分45分)第一节共15小题,每小题1分,满分15分21.B22.C23.D24.B25.A26.C27.A28.D29.B30.C31.C32.B33.D34.C35.C第二节(共20小题,每小题1.5分,满分30分)36.C37.A38.B39.D40.A41.D42.C43.B44.C45.C46.B47.A48.B49.C50.D51.D52.B53.B54.A55.C第三部分阅读理解(共20小题,每小题2分,共计40分)56.B57.C58.C59.D60.A61.D62.D63.A64.A65.C66.B67.C68.D69.C70.B71.C72.A73.D74.D75.A第四部分写作(共两节,满分35分)第一节(共5小题,每小题2分,满分10分)76.Canadianculture77.noofficialreligion78.Canadians/Canadianpeople79.British,American,AsianandAfricancultures80.moreandmorepopular第二节(满分25分)OnepossibleversionRecentlyweheldaclassmeetingtodiscusstheproblemofpedestrianscrossingthestreetwhilethetrafficlightisred.Aswecansee,somepedestriansdontobeytrafficrulesandjaywalkfrequently.Thisblockstraffic,seriouslyaffectsdriversandcausesaccidentstohappen,endangeringthesafetyofpedestriansanddriversalike.Inaword,jaywalkingproducesnegativeeffectsanddoesnothelptodevelopgoodsocialbehavior.Itisreallyapitytoseeallthisinoursocietyandtodealwiththesituation,thegovernmenthastakensomemeasures.Whencaughtjaywalking,pedestriansarereprimandedsothattheywillbecomeawareofthedangersofdoingthis,ortheyarefinedonthespot.Sometimesthetrafficpolicewillreportjaywalkerstotheirworkplaceandexposethemtothepublic.However,itwillstilltakealongtimetostoppedestriansfromjaywalking.听力材料第一节(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。Text1MWhatgateistheflightleavingfromW35.MAndwhatstheflightnumberWCZ364.Text2MTomorrowIllbringyousomebooks.IsthereanythingspecialyoudliketoeatWIdontfeellikereadingoreating,butbuymeahairbrushonyourwayhere.Text3MDoyouthinktheheadmastercouldseemetomorrowbefore930WHewontbeinuntil1145.MIs1240anygoodWYes,Illwritedownthattime.Text4WIthoughtthatyourtomatoesareeightycentsapound.MTheyusedtobe,butthepricehasgoneupthirtycents.第10页共11页Text5MHowlongdoesittakeyoutodrivehomewhenthereisnotmuchtrafficWOnlytwentyfiveminutes.ButifIcantleavemyofficebefore530pm.,itsometimestakesmefiftyminutes.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。Text6WTed,Imqualifiedforgovernmenthousingthisyear.MYouareinluck.WButIdonthaveenoughmoneyinhand.IwonderifIshouldbuyitornot.MHousepricesmayprobablyriselateron.Dontmisstheboat.WIknow.ButwhatifyouwereinmypositionMTrytogetaloanfromthebank.Text7WCanIhelpyouMYes,Ineedtoapplyforaparkingpermit.WAreyouaprofessorMWhatAreyoukiddingImonly22yearsoldWYes,Iamkidding.ButdontyouknowonlyprofessorsandstudentswithdisabilitiescanapplyforparkingpermitsMYes,Iknow.Ihaveadisability.Myhipwasbrokenlastyear.AndIcantwalkwell.WOh,Imsorry.Ididntknow.MItsalright.Youdidntseemewalktothedesk.WHereistheapplicationform.IalsoneedtoseeyourstudentIDandyourpermissionletterfromtheuniversity.MHereyouare.WThankyou.Text8MExcuseme.WYeahMIveneverusedthisplacebefore.CanyougivemesomeideawhatIneedtodoWYoujustputquartersinthemachines.Itseasy.MYes,but.well.WWhatMHowdoIusethemachinesWWhatdoyoumeanThesearethewashingmachines.Thosebigthingsovertherearethedryers.MIsee.DothemachineshavesoapinthemWNo,ofcoursenot.Youhavetoputsoapin.DidyoubringyoursoapMNo.Idonthavesoap.WWell,youcanbuysomefromthatvendingmachineoverthere.MThanks.Text9MMary,whoisyourfavoriteactorWNicolasCage.MIusedtolikeNicolasCagemorethanIdonow.Heusedtoplaymoreinterestingroles.WWhatdoyoumeanWhatmoviesMOh,myfavoriteNicolasCagemoviewasWildatHeart.Hewasperfectforthatrole.WIsawWildatHeart.Itwasboring.Ialmostcouldntwatchit.MItwasthekindofmoviethattheycallblackhumor.WYes,Iknow.Blackhumorishumorwithalotofviolenceorhorriblethingsinit,Ireallydontlikeblackhumor.MWhataboutRaisingArizonaDidyouseethatWNo.MYoumustseeit.Tome,thatistheclassicNicolasCagemovie.Heisperfectforit.WIlikehisnewmovies.MWell,Iknowheismorepopularsincehestarteddoingactionmovies.ButIalwaysthinkheshouldbeacomicactor.Thatiswhathedoesbest.Text10第11页共11页OneDayCourseIntroductiontoComplexSystemsDateSunday,October6.LocationMassachusettsInstituteofTechnology,Cambridge,MA,Roomtobeannounced.SponsorHarvardMITDivisionofHealthSciencesTechnologyCourseDescriptionAonedaycourse,IntroductiontoComplexSystems,willbeofferedonSunday,October6.Thiscoursewillgiveanintroductiontotheopportunitiesthatcomplexsystemsprovideinresearchandinapplications.Severalapproachestothestudyofcomplexsystemswillbedescribed,basicconceptswillbeintroducedandimplicationsforthestudyofbiological,socialandengineeredsystemswillbediscussed.TuitionMITstudents,faculty,andcommunityattendfree.Registrationrequired.Spaceislimited.OutsideofMITStudent50Faculty150Corporate350版权所有高考资源网www.ks5u.com

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