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2014高考百天仿真冲刺卷(英语试卷五)

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2014高考百天仿真冲刺卷(英语试卷五)

第1页共13页2014高考百天仿真冲刺卷英语试卷(五)第一部分听力理解(共三节,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.HowisthewomangoingtotheairportA.Bytaxi.B.Bybus.C.Byunderground.2.WhatdoesJimplantodonextsummerA.Tostudyforhisdegree.B.Togoonatour.C.Todoapart–timejob.3.WhatisthemainsjobA.Doctor.B.Teacher.C.Policeman.4.WhenwilltheyprobablydiscusstheagendathiseveningA.Beforethedinner.B.Duringthedinner.C.Afterthedinner.5.WhatcanwelearnaboutMr.WoodinthisconversationA.Helefthiswalletinthegarage.B.Hewillpickuphiswalletinthebank.C.Hewalletwasstoleninthepostoffice.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。听第6段材料,回答第6、7题。6.WhydoesthemancomehereA.Tolookforadictionary.B.Toborrowadictionary.C.Toreturnadictionary.7.WhatisthemandoingA.Makinganapology.B.Askingforpermission.C.Offeringhelp.听第7段材料,回答第8至9题。8.WhoarethelistenersA.Tourists.B.Players.C.Volunteers.9.WherewillthesingshesetupA.Aroundthelake.B.Inthepicnicareas.C.Alongthejoggingpaths.听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。10.WhatistheconversationmainlyaboutA.Rightsofanimals.B.Testsonanimals.C.Animalmedicines.11.HowdoesthewomanfeelaboutthemansviewA.Delighted.B.Annoyed.C.Puzzled.12.WhyisthemanunwillingtosignA.Hedoesntlikeanimalsatall.B.Hedoesntthinkherviewreasonable.C.Hecantbearthewomantalkinglikethat.听第9段材料,回答第13至15题。13.WhatistherelationshipbetweenthetwospeakersA.Teachersandstudent.B.Motherandson.C.Schoolmates.14.WhydoesthewomanblamethemanA.Hedidnthandinhisprojectonschedule.第2页共13页B.Heprojectwasnotwhathewassupposedtowrite.C.Hewasnotsupposedtofinishhisprojectbycopying.15.WhatwillthemanprobablydonextA.Hewillhandinhisprojectrightnow.B.Hewillprobablywritehisownproject.C.HewillreportthewomantoMr.Harper.第三节(共5小题每小题1.5分,共7.5分)听下面一段对话,完成第16题至20题,每小题仅填写一个..词。听对话前,你将有20秒钟的时间阅读试题,听完后你将有60秒钟的作答时间。该段对话你将连续听两遍。ApplicationforSavingsAccountNameFrank16SocialSecurityNumber072–60–9753AddressandPostCode8880EastBroadway,Hampton,17HomeandWorkPhoneNumbers6224–56216255–8033,extension360KindofSavingsAccountA18accountTheAmountofMoneytoDepositTwenty–fivethousand19dollarsYouareofferedvarious20ofsavingsdepositasfollows第二部分知识运用(共两节,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。21.MorethanfivedoctorsandrescuershavegottoYushuCountyuptonow.A.thousandB.thousandsC.thousandofD.thousandsof22.WhenIgotNewYork,IhadtoattendaschoolforstudentsfirstlanguagewasnotEnglish.A.whoB.whichC.whoseD.where23.DidyoutelephoneUncleSamourplanfortheChristmasholidaysonhisfarmYes,hewashappyaboutourarrival,andheeagerlyaskedwhen.A.haswearrivedB.wehadarrivedC.werewearrivingD.wewerearriving24.Isuggestedtomymotherthatsheadrawingclubafterherretirementformteaching.A.joinB.joinsC.joinedD.wouldjoin25.Davidgotahighergradeinthefinalexam,for,yousee,hemademistakes.A.fewB.fewerC.littleD.less26.HaveyougotanybooksonEnglishgrammarIdliketoborrow.Yes,hereyouare.ButyoumustreturnitbyFriday.A.itB.oneC.someD.any27.Dontgiveupregardlessofdifficultyandfailure,youllneverachieveyourgoals.A.andB.butC.orD.so28.Ihadthoughthewouldbenervousinthisspeechcompetition,butheturnedouttobecalm.Hequiteenoughpreparationforit.A.shoulddoB.mustdoC.shouldhavedoneD.musthavedone29.Shallwetakethe1020trainNo.Ifwetookthattrain,wetoolate.A.arriveB.arrivedC.willarriveD.wouldarrive30.Itsnicetoseeyouagain.WhatsincewelastmetA.haveyoudoneB.hadyoudoneC.haveyoubeendoingD.didyoudo31.Notuntiltheyleftschoolhowmuchtheirteacherslovedthemandhelpedthem.A.theyrealizedB.didtheyrealizedC.thewouldrealizedD.hadtheyrealized32.HaveyouheardthatJones,alongwithherparents,toHainanforthewintervacation第3页共13页ReallyNowonderIhaventseenherthesedays.A.hadbeenB.havebeenC.hasgoneD.havegone33.Itwasreportedthat115minersinthefloodedmineforeightdayswerepulledoutaliveatlast.A.trappedB.beingtrappedC.weretrappedD.hadtrapped34.HowcomeyourfathercanreadbooksinGermanWell,heonaprojectwithsomeGermanengineersfor3yearswhenhewasyoung.A.workedB.wasworkingC.hadworkedD.wouldwork35.awrittenpermission,hehadtowriteanotherlettertothepresidentoftheuniversity.A.NotgivingB.NothavingbeengivenC.HavingnotgivenD.Havingnotbeengiven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36~55各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项WingsofAngelIusedtohatemyselfbecauseIwasntnormal.Everyoneelsecouldplayonthemonkeybarsandrideonabicycle,butnot36.Ihadaseverespinalcorddisorder脊髓病andIknewIwouldalwaysbemuch37thanothers.IhatedgoingtoschoolandIhated38atme.Ihatedseeingotherssmilingbroadlyandstanding39andtall.Andmostofall,Ihatedlookinginthe40andseeinganuglyandhunchback驼背.Myfriendsfoundme41becauseIdidntletothergetclosetome.IthoughtIwasgoingtogoonlikethisfortherestofmylife42Angelaappeared.Thatafternoon,Iwassittingbymyselfinacorneroftheschoolaspotwherenoonewould43me.ThatswhenIfirstheardyourvoice.Hi.CanIsitdownIraisedmyheadandthereshewas,withanirresistiblesmileonherroundface.Whatareyoulookingatyouasked.Ants.WhataretheydoingNo44.Ibettheyreplayinggamesandmakefriends.DontyouthinksoThatwashowour45startedanditdidntstop.Wetalkedabouteverythingunderthesuntheants,theclouds,mylittleniche处境untilitwassunset.Thensuddenly,yousawmy46.Shejuststared.Myheart47.WhatIfearedmosthadhappenedandIknewforsureshewould48menow.Shestoodup,pointedatmybackandsaid,Iknowwhyyourbackishunched.Iclosedmyeyeslikeacriminalwaitingtobe50.Ibeggedinmyheartforherto51,butyoujustkeptongoing.Iknowwhatyouvegotinthere.DoyouNo,Ianswered52.Shebentandwhisperedinmyears.Yourbackisbunchedbecauseyouvegotapairofwingsfromtheangels.Iwas53.Ilookedintoyoureyesandher54touchedmyheart.Fromthatdayon,Istartedtolearnto55myselfbecauseIhavethewingsofanangelandakind–heartedfriend.36.A.themB.itC.moD.her37.A.sadderB.shorterC.weakerD.slower38.A.lookingB.smilingC.aimingD.glaring39.A.stillB.aloneC.straightD.together40.A.streetB.sunC.cornerD.mirror41.A.distantB.stubbornC.hopelessD.unfortunate42.A.afterB.beforeC.sinceD.until43.A.disturbB.seekC.interruptD.ignore44.A.wonderB.ideaC.signD.action45.A.connectionB.competitionC.conversationD.comprehension46.A.faceB.backC.eyesD.shoulders47.A.sankB.beatC.brokeD.ached48.A.careforB.relyonC.lookdownuponD.putupwith第4页共13页49.A.thatB.howC.whetherD.why50.A.accusedB.arrestedC.punishedD.sentenced51.A.relaxB.leaveC.stopD.pause52.A.shylyB.weaklyC.proudlyD.firmly53.A.astonishedB.ashamedC.annoyedD.amused54.A.wisdomB.generosityC.honestyD.kindness55.A.controlB.likeC.comfortD.enjoy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。AAttheageofsixteen,Ijoinedavolunteergroupwithmydad.IwentonmyfirstvolunteerprojectinWestVirginia.Onthenightwearrived,wediscoveredthatourfamilywaslivinginatrailer拖车thatwasinpoorcondition.Acrewhadbeenworkingonitfortwoweeks,buteverytimetheyfinishedoneproblem,anothersurfaced.Wedecidedtheonlyreasonablesolutionwastobuildanewhouse–somethingunusualbutnecessaryunderthesecircumstances.Thefamilywasoverjoyedwiththeirnewhousethatwastwentybythirtyfeetwiththreebedrooms,abathandakitchen.OnTuesdayofthatweek,whileweatelunchtogether,Iaskedthefamilysthreeboys,Josh,EricandRyan,WhatdoyouwantforyournewroomExpectingtoysandothergadgetsthatchildrenusuallyaskfor,weweresurprisedwhenJoshresponded,Ijustwantabed.TheboyshadneversleptinabedTheywereaccustomedtoplasticmats.Thatnightwehadameetinganddecidedthatbedswouldbetheperfectgift.OnThursdaynight,afewadultsinourgroupdrovetothenearestcityandboughtbedsandnewbedding.Whenwesawthedeliverytruckcoming,wetoldthefamilyaboutthesurprise.Wecouldhardlycontainourselves.ItwaslikewatchingexcitedchildrenonChristmasmorning.Thatafternoon,aswefittedtheframesofthebedstogtether,Ericranintothehousetowatchus.Toodirtytoenterhisroom,heobservedwithwideeyedenthusiasmfromthedoorway.Asmyfatherslippedapillowcaseontooneofthepillows,Ericasked,WhatisthatApillow,shereplied.WhatdoyoudowithitEriccontinuedtoask.Whenyougotosleep,youputyourheadonit,Iansweredsoftly.TearscametooureyesasshehandedEricthepillow.Oh...thatssoft,hesaid,huggingittightly.Now,whenmysisterorIstarttoaskforsomethingthatseemsurgent,myDadgentlyasks,DoyouhaveapillowWeknowexactlywhathemeans.56.Thewritersfirstvolunteerprojectwas.A.workingonapoortrailerB.helpingapoorfamilyC.donatingbedsandbeddingD.dealingwithahousingproblem57.OnbearingJoshsanswer,thewriterwasshockedbecause.A.thefamilylivedinatrailerB.heexpectedtogetsometoysC.hedidntknowwhatabedwasD.theboyshadnobedtosleepin58.Fromthepassage,wecanlearnthatErichadneverseenbefore.A.atrailerB.atruckC.apillowD.ahouse59.BysayingDoyouhaveapillow,thewritersfathermeansthat.A.whattheywanttogetmaybeunnecessaryB.theyshouldnotwastemoneyonsmallthingsC.theyshoulddomorevolunteerworkforthepoorD.whathewillbuyisnotwhattheywantbutapillowBTheGreatWallofChinaisoneofBeijingsbiggestdrawsfortourists第5页共13页despiteitsfameandubiquityinpostcardsacrosstheworld,itrarelyfailstoattracttouristsatthefirstpropersight.Yettheauthoritiesopenonlycertainsectionsofthewallasfitforviewing,andfewgettovisittheunauthorizedsections.FewerstillareawareoftheexistenceofatleastonepartoftheWallthatremainsinalmostoriginalcondition,nearly1,500yearsafterconstructionoflegendaryfortificationbegan.Buttheresagoodreasonforthis–itsunderwater.AmericanjournalistStevenSchwankerthasbeendivingsinceage10.Itwasthoughhissetting–upofadivingschoolthatSchwankertcametoexploresomeoflesser–knownareasofChinaslakes–anddiscoveredtheunderwaterWallunderareservoir.ThemostfascinatingpieceofdivingIeverdidinChinamustbetheGreatWall.ImanagedtofindoutaboutitviatheInternet.ItwasntdifficulttogettoPanJiakouinHebeiProvince,neartheEastQingTombabout4hoursdrivefromBeijing.WhydoIwanttodivetheGreatWallWhydopeoplewanttowalkontheGreatWallItsthesameanswer.Thereare,however,advantagesofvisitingtheGreatWallinadivingsuitoverbeingonfoot.ThewateractsasapreservativebypreventingthekindofmasstourismthathasbroughttroubleonotherpartsoftheWall.UnlikethepeoplewhowalkintheWall,weasdiversneverneedtoactuallytouchit.Ivedivedtwicethere,thelasttimeinJuly.Ifoundthatthewaterthenwasmuchdeeperthanitwasbefore–13metersdeep.Whenhefirstdived,partsoftheWallwerevisibleabovethesurface.Noweventheguardtoweriscompletelysubmerged.ItsbetterthattheWallisdeepunderwater,astherearelotsofboatscominginandoutaroundthatarea.Theirwaveactioncouldpotentiallydamagethebrickwork.So,thedeeper,thebetter.60.StevenSchwankertismostinterestedin.A.collectingphotosoftheWallB.walkingalongontheWallC.divingtheunderwaterWallD.visitingsomefamouslakes61.WhatdoestheunderlinedwordsubmergedinParagraph5mostprobablymeanA.Damagedbywater.B.Washedbywater.C.Preservedbywater.D.Coveredbywater.62.WhatisthetopicdiscussedinthelastparagraphA.AdvantagesofwalkingontheGreatWall.B.AdvantagesofvisitingtheunderwaterWall.C.ThereasonswhytheWallisdeepunderwater.D.ThereasonswhytheunderwaterWallisprotected.63.WhatcanweinferfromthetextA.TheunderwaterWallwillsinkdeeperyearbyyear.B.DivingtheWallispopularwithdiversallovertheworld.C.DivingisagoodwaytovisittheWallwithoutcausingmuchdamage.D.MoreandmoretouristswillcometovisittheunderwaterWallinChina.CItisthoughtthatcryingishardlyanactivityencouragedbysociety.Tear,whethertheyareofsorrow,anger,orjoy,typicallymakeAmericansfeeluncomfortableandembarrassed.Theshedderoftears落泪者islikelytoapologize,evenwhenagreattragedywasthecause.Theobserveroftearsislikelytodoeverythingpossibletoputanendtotheemotionaltears.Butjudgingfromrecentstudiesofcryingbehavior,boththoseresponsestotearsareofteninappropriateandmayevenbecounterproductive适得其反.Humansaretheonlyanimalsclearlyknowntoshedemotionaltears.Sinceevolutionhasgivenrisetofewpurposelessphysiologicalresponses,itislogicaltoassumethatcryinghasoneormorefunctionsthatenhanceincreasesurvival.Althoughsomeobservershavesuggestedthatcryingisawaytoaskforassistanceformothersasacryingbabymightfromitsmother,thesheddingoftearsishardlynecessarytogethelp.Vocalcrieswouldhavebeenquiteenough,morelikelythantearstogainattention.So,itappears,theremustbesomethingspecialabouttearsthemselves.Indeed,thenewstudiessuggestthatemotionaltearsmayplayadirectroleinalleviatingstress,UniversityofMinnesotaresearcherswhoarestudyingthechemicalcompositionoftearshaverecentlyisolatedtwoimportantchemicalsfromemotionaltears.Bothchemicalsarefoundonlyintearsthatareshedinresponsetoemotion.Tears第6页共13页shedbecauseofexposuretocutonionwouldcontainnosuchsubstance.Otherresearchersareinvestigatingtheusefulnessoftearsasameansofdiagnosinghumanillsandmonitoringdrugs.AtTulaneUniversitysTeatAnalysisLaboratoryDr.PeterKastlandhiscolleaguesreportthattheycanusetearstodetectdrugabuse,tostudythecausesofdryeyesyndrome(综合症)andtheeffectsofeyesurgery,andperhapseventomeasureexposuretoenvironmentalpollutants.64.WhatdoesthephraseboththoseresponsesinParagraph1refertoA.Cryingoutofsorrowandsheddingtearsforhappiness.B.Theembarrassmentandunpleasantsensationoftheobservers.C.Thetearsheddersapologyandtheobserversefforttostopthecrying.D.Linkingillnesswithcryingandfindingthechemicalcompositionoftears.65.Fromthepassagewecaninferthat.A.itisunnaturalforpeopletoshedtearsB.wecanreduceourstressbysheddingtearsC.sheddersoftearscantgethelpbycryingloudlyD.unlikeanimals,humanscanshedtearsforsurvival66.WhatdoesthepassagemainlytalkaboutA.Rolesofemotionaltears.B.functionsofsheddingtears.C.Unwelcomesheddersoftears.D.Researchontheeffectsoftears.DDearCollegeDeanItismyunderstandingthatthiscollegehasreceivedalargedonationtobeusedtoenhanceimprovethequalityoflifeforstudentsexpandthebookstoreoraddcomputerstothecomputerlab.Itisthetraditionofthisschooltopromoteeducationandtobeatthevanguardofnewtechnology.ThatiswhyIstronglyargueinfavoroftheadditionofmorecomputerstothecomputerlab.AlthoughexpandingthecampusbookstoretoincludeCDs,gifts,andasnackbarwillgiveanicerlooktothecollege,wehavetothinkaboutagreatergoalandamorepracticalwaytoenhancethequalityoflifeforstudents.WhatdowewantforourstudentsandourcollegeDowewantourcollegetobeknownasaplacewithagreatbookstorewhereyoucanfindCDsandgifts,orasaplacewherethestudentscanexploreandresearchintheirfieldusingthebesttoolsprovidedbytechnologyInaddition,therearealreadyseveralsnackbarsoncampus,andtherearemusicstoresnearby,sostudentsdonotdependonthecollegebookstoreforthesethings.Weliveinahighlytechnologicalworldandcomputersplayanincreasinglyimportantroleinhowwelive.Asalearninginstitution,thiscollegehastheresponsibilitytoofferitsstudentsthebesttechnologytohelpthempreparefortheirfuture.Manystudentswillbeexpectedtobefamiliarwiththelatestsoftwareandothertoolswhentheygoontoworkortograduateschool.Whiletheyareincollege,studentsfindtheyareexpectedtousecomputers.Manyprofessorsexpectstudentstousecomputerstodohomeworkortocompleteprojects.StudentsareaskedtocreatePowerPointpresentationsandusespreadsheetsanddatabaseprograms,aswellastoresearchmanytopicsontheInternet.Sincestudentsarecompetingforgoodgrades,thosewhohavelimitedaccesstocomputersareatagreatdisadvantage.Furthermore,beingabletodoprojectsusingthecomputerenhancestheprocessoflearning,givingstudentstheopportunitytofindinformationthatwithoutacomputerwouldbemuchmoredifficulttofind.Iftherearemorecomputers,studentswillalsobeabletocompletetheirworkmoreefficiently.Nomorewilltheyhavetowaitinline,paperanddiskinhand,whilescanningtheroomforanemptychairandcomputer.Nolongerwilltheyhavetositandwaitwhileanoutdatedcomputerstrugglestofollowtheircommands.Havingmorenewandfastercomputersavailablewillenablestudentstofinishtheirworkmorequickly.Themorecomputersareusedinsocietythemorecollegeswilldependonthemasatoolofteachingandlearning.Makingcomputersmoreavailabletostudentsfacilitatestheirlearningprocessbymakingtheprocesseasier,moreinteresting,moreengaging,andintheprocessenhancingtheirqualityoflife67.Thepurposeoftheauthorinwritingthepassageis.A.todescribetheproblemscausedbylackofcomputersB.toexplainwhystudentsareingreatneedofcomputersC.totelluswhatbenefitsstudentscangainfromcomputersD.topersuadetheDeantopurchasemoreadvancedcomputers68.Fromthepassagewecaninferthat.A.presentcomputersinthecollegecannotmeetthedemandsofthestudentsB.computersinthecollegewillbeupdatedtomeetthestudentsdemandssoon第7页共13页C.thecollegehastheresponsibilitytohelpthestudentstopreparefortheirfutureD.itisalsonecessarytoexpandthecollegebookstorebyusingpartofthedonation69.Inparagraph4,theauthormainlywantstotellusthat.A.computersarebeneficialtostudentsacademicsuccessB.computersarehelpfultostudentscompetitionforsuccessC.studentsfinditconvenienttodoassignmentsbyusingcomputersD.studentswishtousethemoneytobuymoreadvancedcomputers70.Whichofthefollowingshowstheorganizationofthepassage第二节(共5小题每小题2分,共10分)根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。Overthelast25years,Britishsocietyhaschangedagreatdeal–oratleastmanypartsofithave.71.Ideasaboutsocialclass–whetherapersonisworkingclassormiddleclass–areoneareainwhichchangeshavebeenextremelyslow.Inthepast,theworkingclasstendedtobepaidlessthanmiddleclasspeople.ThetypicalworkingmanwouldcollecthiswagesonFridayeveningandthen,itwaswidelybelieved,havinggivenhiswifeherhousekeeping,wouldgooutandsquandertherestonbeerandbetting.Theoldstyleofwhatamiddleclassmandidwithhismoneywasperhapsnearerthetruth.Hewasandstillisinclinedtotakealongertermview.Notonlydidheregardbuyingahouseasamostimportantthing,buthealsoconsideredtheeducationofhischildrenasextremelyimportant.72.Onlyinveryfewcasesdidworkershavetheopportunity(ortheeducationandtraining)tomakesuchlongtermplans.73.Inalargenumberofcasesfactoryworkersearnasmuchastheirmiddle–classsupervisors管理者.Socialsecurityandlawstoimprovecentury,havemadeitlessnecessarythanbeforetoworryabouttomorrow.Workingclasspeopleseemslowlytobelosingthefeelingofinferiority自卑感.Infacttherehasbeenagrowingtendencyinthepastfewyearsforthemiddleclassestofeelslightlyashamedoftheirposition.74.Theygenerallytendtoshareverysimilartastesinmusicandclothes,theyspendtheirmoneyinhavingagoodtime,andsaveforholidaysorlongertermplanswhennecessary.Thereseemstobemuchlessdifferencethaninpreciousgenerations.75.Aslongasthisgapexists,therewillalwaysbeapossibilitythatnewconflictsandjealousieswillemerge,orratherthattheoldconflictswillreappear,butbetweendifferentgroups.A.Nowadays,agreatdealhaschangedB.BothoftheseprovidedhimandhisfamilywithsecurityC.Asaresult,differencesinlife–stylesandattitudescameintoexistence第8页共13页D.However,westillhaveawidegapbetweenthewell–paidandthelowpaidE.Inrecentyears,theworking–classpeoplehavebeguntodesignlong–termplansF.Insomeways,however,verylittlehaschanged,particularlywhereattitudesareconcernedG.Thechangesinbothlife–stylesandattitudesareprobablymosteasilyseenamongstyoungerpeople第四部分书面表达(共两节,35分)第一节情景作文(20分)假设你是某所中学的学生,3月22日(世界水日)你参加了你班开展的一系列节水宣传活动。请根据以下四幅图的先后顺序,以日记的形式记录当天的活动内容。注意词数不少于60。提示词宣传材料leaflets危机crisisMarch22,2010MondayTodayisWorldWaterDay.第二节开放作文(15分)请根据下面提示,写一篇短文。词数不少于50。InyourspokenEnglishclass,yourteachershowsyouthefollowingpicture.Youareaskedtodescribethepictureandexplainhowyouunderstandit.2013高考百天仿真冲刺卷英语试卷(五)参考答案第一部分听力理解(共三节,30分)第一节(共5小题每小题1.5分,共7.5分)1.C2.B3.B4.A5.A第二节(共10小题每小题1.5分,共15分)6.C7.A8.C9.A10.B11.B12.B13.C14.C15.B第三节(共5小题每小题1.5分,共7.5分)第9页共13页★每小题超过一个词不计分★拼写错误不计分★大小写、单复数错误扣0.5分。16.Cooper17.AW8571018.regular/fixed19.Canadian20.choices第二部分知识运用(共两节,45分)第一节单项填空(共15小题每小题1分,共15分)21.A22.C23.D24.A25.B26.B27.C28.D29.D30.C31.B32.C33.A34.A35.B第二节完形填空(共20小题每小题1.5分,共30分)36.C37.B38.A39.C40.D41.A42.D43.A44.B45.C46.B47.A48.C49.D50.D51.C52.B53.A54.D55.B第三部分阅读理解(共两节,40分)第一节(共15小题每小题2分,共30分)56.B57.D58.C59.A60.C61.D62.B63.C64.C65.A66.B67.D68.A69.A70.B第二节(共5小题每小题2分,共10分)71.F72.B73.A74.G75.D第四部分书面表达(共两节,35分)第一节情景作文(20分)一、评分原则1.本题总分为20分,按5个档次给分。2.评分时,先根据文章的内容和语言质量初步确定其档次,然后以该档次的要求来衡量,确定或调整档次,最后给分。3.评分时应考虑内容要点的完整性、上下文的连贯、词汇和句式的多样性及语言的准确性。4.拼写、标点符号或书写影响内容表达时,应视其影响程度予以考虑。英、美拼写及词汇用法均可接受。5.词数少于60,从总分中减去1分。二、内容要点1.班会2.社区宣传3.报告会4.节水方法交流三、各档次的给分范围和要求第一档完全完成了试题规定的任务。覆盖了所有内容要点运用了多样的句式和丰富的词汇语法或用词方面有个别错误,但为尽可能表达丰富的内容所致体现了较强的语言运用能力有效地使用了语句间的连接成分,所写内容连贯、结构紧凑。完全达到了预期的写作目的。18分~20分第二档完全完成了试题规定的任务。第10页共13页15分~17分覆盖了所有内容要点运用的句式和词汇能满足任务要求语法和用词基本准确,少许错误主要为尽可能表达丰富的内容所致使用了简单的语句间连接成分,所写内容连贯。达到了预期的写作目的。第三档基本完成了试题规定的任务。覆盖了内容要点运用的句式和词汇基本满足任务要求语法和用词方面有一些错误,但不影响理解。基本达到了预期的写作目的。12分~14分第四档未恰当完成试题规定的任务。漏掉或未描述清楚主要内容所用句式和词汇有限语法或用词方面的错误影响了对所写内容的理解。未能清楚地传达信息。6分~11分第五档未完成试题规定的任务。明显遗漏主要内容句式单调、词汇贫乏语法或用词方面错误较多,严重影响了对所写内容的理解。1分~5分0分未能传达任何信息所写内容与要求无关。四、OnepossibleversionMarch22,2010MondaySunnyTodayisWorldWaterDay.Inthemorning,wehadaclassmeetingtalkingaboutwhattodoonthisspecialday.Finally,wereachedanagreementandimmediatelybegantomakepreparationsfortheafternoonsactivities.At200pm,wewenttotheneighboringcommunitytohandoutleaflets,callingonpeopletosavewater.Around3oclock,theexpertweinvitedmadeanexcellentspeechonthecurrentwatercrisisinChina.HetalkedaboutthedraughtintheSoutheastandthesevereshortageofwaterinourcity.Thespeechhadastrongappealtoallthepeoplepresent,includingme.Afterthespeech,wehadadiscussionwithourneighborsaboutvariouswaysofsavingwaterinourdailylife.Isuggestedturningoffthetapwaterimmediatelyafteruse,andagrannycameupwiththeideasofreusingthewaterfromkitchen,forexample,thewaterafterwashingfruitsandvegetablescanbeusedtowaterflowersandsoon.Today,Ihavehadabetterunderstandingoftheimportanceofsavingwaterandreallylearnedalotaboutsavingwater.第二节开放作文(15分)一、评分原则1.本题总分为15分,按4个档次给分。2.评分时,先根据文章的内容和语言质量初步确定其档次,然后以该档次的要求来衡量,确定或调整档次,最后给分。3.评分时应考虑文章是否扣题,结构是否完整,内容是否充实、健康,思维是否活跃,逻辑是否清晰,语言是否规范,交际是否得体。4.拼写、标点符号或书写影响内容表达时,应视其影响程度予以考虑。英、美拼写及词汇用法均可接受。5.词数少于50,从总分中减去1分。二、各档次的给分范围和要求第11页共13页第一档完全完成了试题规定的任务。内容充实,体现了活跃的思维和清晰的逻辑交际得体,表达时充分考虑到了交际对象的需求体现出较强的语言运用能力。完全达到了预期的写作目的。13分~15分第二档基本完成了试题规定的任务。内容、逻辑和交际等方面基本符合要求所用语法和词汇满足了任务的要求语法或用词方面有一些错误,但不影响理解。基本达到了预期的写作目的。9分~12分第三档未恰当完成试题规定的任务。表达未能切题所用词汇有限,语法或用词方面的错误影响了对写作内容的理解。未能清楚地传达信息。4分~8分第四档未完成试题规定的任务。写了少量相关信息语法或用词方面错误较多,严重影响了对写作内容的理解。1分~3分0分未传达任何信息所写内容与要求无关。三、OnepossibleversionInthepicture,ahugeelephantiswalkingleisurelyforwardandaboveitisasmallbirdflyinggailyahead.Thereisasecondbirdfollowingthem.Buttomysurprise,insteadofaccompanyingthebirdinflight,ittrieshardtofollowinthetracksoftheelephant.Whatthepictureconveystousisthatwithapowerfulinfluenceofabigshotliketheelephant,somepeoplegotheirownwaylikethebirdinflight,whileothersblindlystruggletocopythebigshotandgetnowhere,likethebirdmakingeveryefforttofollowintheelephantsfootsteps.Therefore,inthecourseofpursuingourdreams,weshouldbeawareandmakethebestofourownstrengthsratherthanstumblebehindothersembarrassedlyignoringourownstrongpoints.听力材料第一节Text1MHowareyougettingtotheairporttomorrow,MaryWImgoingtotaketheunderground.Icangetoffjustinsidetheairport.Abusisalittlebitslowandataxiistooexpensive.Text2WIhearthatyoureplanningatripfornextsummer,JimMIhopetotourGermanyifIcanfinishmydegreeintimeandsaveenoughmoney.Text3MHello,everyone.Itstimeforourexperimentallesson.WMr.Smith,Janeisill.Sheaskedforleave.MImsorrytohearthat.Now,beforewegetstarted,Idliketorepeatthelabrulesforsafety.Text4WDoyoumindifwediscusstomorrowsagendabeforedinnerthiseveningMNotatall.Icertainlydontwanttodiscussitoverourmeal.Text5MHello,thisisCarlsgarage.WefoundMr.Woodswallethereafterhelefthiscarthismorning.WHehasbeenwonderingwherehecouldhaveleftit.Hellpickitupthisafternoon.Nowhehastogoouttothebankandthepostoffice.Thankyouforcalling.第二节Text6MJane,hereisyourdictionary.第12页共13页WOh,itsyouwhoborrowedit.Yousee,Ilookedforiteverywherelastnight.MImsosorry.Imusthavecausedyoualotoftrouble.WItdoesntmatter.Dontworryaboutitanymore.MOnceagainmyapologiesforallthetrouble.Text7Hi,ImRorisRily,presidentoftheCollegeEnvironmentalAwarenessClub.Beforewegetstarted,Idliketothankeveryoneforcomingdowntothelaketodaytohelpwiththecleaningupproject.Wellbeginbydividinginto3teams.Oneteamwillpickuplitterinthepicnicareasonewilldoitalongthejoggingpaths.Wellbeputtingthelitterintheseplastictrashbags.Thenwelltakethemtotherecyclingcenter.AlocalbusinesshasdonatedtheseDoNotLittersignstotheclub.Sotherestwillplacethemaroundthelake.Text8WHi,Jim.MHi,Alice.WhatsthatWItsmyprotest,thatis,somesuggestionstothegovernment.DoyouwanttosignitMAprotestWhoforWItsagainstdoingtestsonanimals.Imgoingtosendittoallthecompaniesthattestmedicinesonanimals.MWhatAreyoupullingmylegWNo,Imnot,Jim.Thisisserious.DoyouwanttosignitMYes,Ido.WWellthen,signMHoldon.Theyneedtotestmedicinesanddrugs,donttheyTheycantgivethemtopeoplewithouttestingthem.WLook,Jim.Therearelotsofotherwaystocureillnesseswithoutusingdrugs.MIdontknowaboutthat.Anyway,peoplearemoreimportantthananimals.WAnimalshaverightstoo,youknow.MOfcourse,theydo.Butpeoplehavemorerights.WJimIcantbelievemyearsDontyoulikeanimalsMOfcourseIdo,butText9WHi,DavidMr.Harperhasjustaskedmeifyoudfinishedyourprojectyet.Itwassupposedtobeinyesterday.MIknow.Imjustfinishingitnow.WHewantedtoknowifweddonethemtogether.Isaidno.WhatsyoursonIttookmeagestodomine.MWell,Iwasreallylucky.IfoundthisbookallaboutthepopulationinNewZealandcities.WIsitgoodMYes,itsgreatlookIphotocopiedthreechapters.TherearesomebrilliantchartsandWWhatareyougoingtodowithallthatMWell,nowImgoingtocopythesepagesandthesechartsandthenIllfinishmyprojectWYourenotsupposedtojustcopythebook.MOhIthinkMr.Harperwontknow.WHewillknowHeaskedustowritealistofallthebookswedused.RememberThatsnotthepointanywayMWhatisthepointthenWWell,thepointisthatyouresupposedtowriteyourownprojectyoucantcopysomeoneelseswriting.MErer.Well,youreright.Thankyouforyourremindingmeofthat.第三节Text10WCanIhelpyou,sirMIdliketoopenasavingsaccount.WAllright,sir.Illneedsomeinformationtofilloutanapplicationforyou.MayIhaveyourname,pleaseMCooper,C–o–o–p–e–r.MyfirstnameisFrank.WSocialSecurityNumberM072–60–9753.WOK.Addressan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