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第1页共13页2014年高考百天仿真冲刺卷英语试卷(八)第一部分听力理解(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。每段对话后有一道小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项。听完每段对话后,你将有10秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话你将听一遍。例WhatisthemangoingtoreadA.Anewspaper.B.Amagazine.C.Abook.答案A。1.WheredidthisconversationmostprobablytakeplaceA.Attheairport.B.Atthepostoffice.C.Onthetrain.2.WhydothemanandthewomandecidetotaketheundergroundA.Itsdirect.B.Itscheap.C.Itsfast.3.HowmuchdoesthewomanweighnowA.145pounds.B.140pounds.C.135pounds.4.WhatisthedisadvantageofProfessorSmithsclassA.Uninterestinglectures.B.Difficulttestquestions.C.Toomanystudents.5.ForwhatclasshasntthemanpreparedA.Biology.B.Chemistry.C.English.第二节(共10小题每小题1.5分,共15分)听下面4段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几道小题,从每题所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项。听每段对话或独白前,你将有5秒钟的时间阅读每小题。听完后,每小题将给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白你将听两遍。听第6段材料,回答第6至第7题。6.ForwhatreasonisthewomanmakingthephonecallA.Changinganappointment.B.Cancelinganappointment.C.Makinganappointment.7.WhywillthewomancallnextweekA.Becausesheisawayallweek.B.Becauseshehasntmadeuphermindyet.C.Becauseshehasntbroughtherdiarywithher.听第7段材料,回答第8至第9题。8.WhatistheprobablerelationshipbetweenthetwospeakersA.Strangers.B.Neighbours.C.Friends.9.WhenshouldtheygetthereA.At830.B.At930.C.At1000.听第8段材料,回答第10至第12题。10.WherewouldthemanprefertoliveA.Neartheuniversity.B.Nearthetrainstation.C.Nowhereinthecity.11.HowmanyapartmentsisthemaninterestedinA.2.B.3.C.4.12.WhatshouldthemanpayifhedecidestorentanapartmentA.Therentonlyandnothingelse.B.Somemoneyforpossibledamageonly.C.Themoneyfortherentandpossibledamage.听第9段材料,回答第13至第15题。13.Whatisthemostprobableoccupationofthespeaker第2页共13页A.Managerofacompany.B.Professorofauniversity.C.Engineerofacompany.14.WhatisthespeakermostlikelytotalkaboutnextA.Technology.B.Theconsumermarketabroad.C.Targetsforthecomingyear.15.WhathasbeenincreasedmostA.Profits.B.Resultsinthemarket.C.Thewholesale.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或一组数字。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。这段对话你将听两遍。请将答案写在答题纸上。InformationabouttheskitripNameBobDestination.16DateofDeparture179thThingshewilltake●skijacket●a18skihat●asweater.●thered19●brownglovesDetailsoftheswimmingsuit●MadeinItaly●ColorBlue●Itisworth20.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)从每题所给的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。例Itssonicetohearfromheragain.,welastmetmorethanthirtyyearsago.A.WhatsmoreB.ThatstosayC.InotherwordsD.Believeitornot答案是D。21.Stevensexamresultsputhimthetoptenstudentsinhisgrade.A.amongB.betweenC.inD.at22.Balletisamazingyougo,youarelikelytofindyourselfgoingagainandagain.A.asB.onceC.unlessD.while23.Bothofthesofastheyorderedonlinearrived,butfitthroughthedoorway.A.noneB.norC.neitherD.either24.Iftransportcostsintoconsiderationatthebeginning,thefactorywouldhavebeenbuiltfarfromitspresentplace.A.willbetakenB.weretakenC.hadbeentakenD.werebeingtaken25.WhatdoyouthinkaboutdressintheshopwindowOh,itsbeautiful.YoumaygiveittoLindaasbirthdaypresent.A.aaB.theaC.atheD.thethe26.ThegirlsagamecalledBombhappilywhentheteachersuddenlyenteredtheclassroom.A.playedB.wereplayingC.areplayingD.hadplayed27.WhyareyoustaringatmeYoulookstupidThewayyouwearisannoysmost.A.whichB.whereC.howD.what28.thetwodesigns,andyouwillfindwhatproblemthereiswithyours.A.ComparingB.ComparedC.TocompareD.Compare29.IneedtocallmyfriendDavidcoatIwalkedoffbymistakeyesterday.第3页共13页A.inwhoseB.inthatC.withwhichD.withher30.Threetimesinarow,theboxerdecidedtogiveupfighting.A.HavingdefeatedB.TohavedefeatedC.HavingbeendefeatedD.Tohavebeendefeated31.Daniel,youintothings.HowcananyonebesoclumsyA.alwaysknockB.arealwaysknockingC.alwayslookD.arealwayslooking32.IdidverywellintheEnglishexamlastweek.Idid.Igotafullmark.A.nobetterB.notbetterC.noworseD.evenworse33.WhencanIgetmycarbackIthinkitsometimelatertoday.Givemeacallaround3oclock.A.willbefinishedB.finishesC.willfinishD.willbefinishing34.Chinaisknowngreatlyintermsofitsculturalvaluesoverthepastfewyears.A.tochangeB.havingchangedC.changingD.tohavechanged35.Marywasonlytooreadytohelpothers,seldom,,refusingthemwhentheyturnedtohim.A.ifneverB.ifnotC.ifanyD.ifever第二节完形填空(共20小题每小题1.5分,共30分)阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,从每题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。Nearlytwodecadeshaspassed,Istillremembermyfavouriteprofessor,JamesSehwartz.Wheneverhesmiles,itsasifyoudjustbeentoldthefunniestjokeonearth.Almostallhisstudentsarehisfriends,andalmostallhisstudentsknowhislifestory.WhenJameswasateenager,hisfather36himtoafurfactorywhereheworked.ThiswasduringtheGreatDepression.The37wastogetJamesajob.Heenteredthefactory,andimmediatelyfeltasifthe38hadclosedinaroundhim.Theroomwasdarkandhot,thewindowscoveredwithdust,andthe39werepackedtightlytogether,runningliketrains.Thefurhairswereflying,40athickenedair,andtheworkers,41thepiecesoffurtogether,werebentovertheirneedles42thebossmarchedupanddowntherows,searchingforthemtogofaster.Jamescouldhardly43.Hestoodnexttohisfather,frozenwithfear,hopingthebosswouldnt44athim,too.Duringlunchbreak,hisfathertookJamestothebossandpushedhiminfrontofhim,45iftherewasanyworkforhisson.But46therewasbarelyenough47fortheadultlabours,fornoonewouldgiveituponcehetakesajob.Thus,forJames,itwasa48.Hehatedtheplace.Hemadea49thathekepttotheendofhislikehewouldneverdoanyworkthatbrought50tosomeoneelse,andhewouldneverallowhimselfto51moneyofftheseatofothers.Whatwillyoudohismother,Eva,wouldaskhim.Idontknow,he52say.Heruledoutlaw,becausehedidntlike53,andheruledoutmedicine,becausehecouldnttakethe54ofblood.Whatwillyoudo55mybestprofessorIeverhadbecamehethoughtitwasthejobnottohurtanybody.36.A.sentB.tookC.carriedD.admitted37.A.situationB.conditionC.ideaD.way38.A.lightsB.doorsC.chancesD.walls39.A.goodsB.workersC.machinesD.vehicles40.A.creatingB.sendingC.takingD.disturbing41.A.collectingB.pullingC.drawingD.sewing42.A.asB.afterC.ifD.though43.A.breatheB.seeC.walkD.hear44.A.attackB.scoldC.rushD.scream45.A.doubtingB.questioningC.askingD.demanding46.A.alsoB.stillC.yetD.even47.A.timeB.workC.officeD.occupation第4页共13页48.A.comfortingB.regrettingC.blessingD.forgiving49.A.requestB.promiseC.planD.arrangement50.A.harmB.injuryC.damageD.inconvenience51.A.payB.saveC.makeD.let52.A.shouldB.wouldC.couldD.might53.A.policeB.lawyersC.judgesD.government54.A.sightB.feelC.senseD.scenery55.A.GenerallyB.LuckilyC.EventuallyD.Basically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)阅读下列短文,从每题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。ASTUDYCENTERCOURSESFromParagraphtoessayOfparticularrelevancetostudentswhowishtoimprovetheirorganizationalskillsandwhofeelthattheirfinalproductisneverclearenough.Thursday10001200KiranSinghSourceMaterialHowdoyougatherinformationforaprojectorpaperApracticalcoursewhichlooksatsourcesofinformationandhowtousecataloguingsystems.Monday10001100KiranSinghExpressYourselfAnadvancedcoursesuitableforstudentswhoareabouttostepintoorganizationswheretheymayhavetovoicetheiropinionsoften.Monday1200200DaveParrinMediaUseOpentoallstudents,thiscoursefocusesonthemanywayswecanbenefitfromtheradioandtelevision.Groupprojectsformpartofcourse.Tuesday9001100SteveAnsellTheShortStoryAresearchintotheworldofpopularwriters.Onestoryisselectedforadaptationintoashortplayandgroupperformance.Prearrangedgroupswelcome.Thursday1100130MrsOwenCaughtforSpeedingOpentoallstudents.Simpleeyeexercisestohelpyouwithspeedreading.Howtobeselectiveonthepage.Usingheadings,topicsentencesandparagraphsforeasyaccess.Wednesday1100100MrsOwenTenseaboutTensesForthosewhoworryabouttheiruseofwordsalookattensesandotheraspectsofthelanguagethroughpoetryandsong.Goodvoicehelpsbutnotamust.Saturday10001200SteveAnsell56.IfastudenttakesthecourseTheShortStory,hecanttake.A.FromParagraphtoEssayB.TenseaboutTensesC.SourceMaterialD.MediaUse57.WhichofthecoursescandevelopthestudentsteamworkA.FromParagraphtoEssayB.TheShortStory第5页共13页C.CaughtforSpeedingD.ExpressYourself58.FromwherecanastudentreadthisA.Ontheradio.B.Ontelevision.C.Inalocalnewspaper.D.Onaschoolnoticeboard.BEddiesfatherusedtosayhedspentsomanyyearsbytheocean,breathingseawater.Now,awayfromthatocean,inthehospitalbed,hisbodybegantolooklikeabeachedfish.Hisconditionwentfromfairtostableandfromstabletoserious.Friendswentfromsaying,Hellbehomeinaday,toHellbehomeinaweek.Inhisfathersabsence,Eddiehelpedoutatthepier码头,workingeveningsafterhistaxijob.WhenEddiewasateenager,ifheevercomplainedorseemedboredwiththepier,hisfatherwouldshout,WhatThisisntgoodenoughforyouAndlater,whenhedsuggestedEddietakeajobthereafterhighschool,Eddiealmostlaughed,andhisfatheragainsaid,WhatThisisntgoodenoughforyouAndbeforeEddiewenttowar,whenhedtalkedofmarryingMargueriteandbecominganengineer,hisfathersaid,WhatThisisntgoodenoughforyouAndnow,regardlessofallthat,herehewas,atthepier,doinghisfatherslabor.Parentsrarelyletgooftheirchildren,sochildrenletgoofthem.Theymoveon.Theymoveaway.Itisnotuntilmuchlater,astheheartweakens,thatchildrenunderstandtheirstories,andalltheiraccomplishments,sitontopofthestoriesoftheirmothersandfathers,stonesuponstones,beneaththewatersoftheirlives.Finally,onenight,athismothersurging,Eddievisitedthehospital.Heenteredtheroomslowly.Hisfather,whoforyearshadrefusedtospeaktoEddie,nowlackedthestrengthtoeventry.Dontsweatit,kid,theotherworkerstoldhim.Youroldmanwillpullthrough.Hesthetoughestmanweveeverseen.Whenthenewscamethathisfatherhaddied,Eddiefelttheemptiestkindofanger,thekindthatcirclesinitscage.Intheweeksthatfollowed,Eddiesmotherlivedinaconfusedstate.Shespoketoherhusbandasifhewerestillthere.Sheyelledathimtoturndowntheradio.Shecookedenoughfoodfortwo.Onenight,whenEddieofferedtohelpwiththedishes,shesaid.Yourfatherwillputthemaway.Eddieputahandonhershoulder.Ma,hesaid,softly,Dadsgone.Gonewhere59.InParagraph4,thewriterindicatesthat.A.ChildrenlikemovingawayfromthemparentsB.ChildrenoftenfeelregretfulbecausetheyleavetheirparentsC.ChildrenwouldnthaveachievedsomuchwithouttheirparentssupportD.Childrencanneverunderstandhowmuchtheirparentshavedevotedtothem60.Theunderlinedsentenceprobablymeans.A.DontgiveitupB.DontworryaboutitC.DontlethimdownD.Donttouchit61.Whichofthefollowingshowstherightorderofthestorya.Eddiesfatherdied.b.Eddieworkedasataxidriver.c.EddiemarriedMarguerite.d.Eddiewasboredwithhisfathersjob.A.baedB.deabC.bedaD.deba62.Fromthelastpartofthepassage,welearnthat.A.EddiesmotherlikedtolistentotheradioB.EddieoftenhelpedhismotherwashthedishesC.EddieandhiswifelivedinhismothersapartmentD.EddiesmothermissedherhusbandsomuchthatshewasatalossCAreyouaproblemshopperTheanswerisYes,ifyouorsomeoneelsethinksthatyousometimesgetcarriedawaywithshopping.Inotherwords,doyouordoessomeoneelsethinkyouareoccupiedinextremeshoppingIfpeoplehaveregretslaterabouttheirshopping,orhaveanoutofcontrolfeelingaboutthequantitiesofwhattheybuyortheamountofcredittheyuse,theymaybeconsideredtobeproblemshoppers.Extremeshoppingcanleadtoamoreseriousproblem–addictiveshopping.Addictiveshoppersfeeldriven第6页共13页bythedesiretoshopandspendmoney.Theyexperiencegreattensionwhichdrivesthemtoshopandspendmoneyandtheyfeelarushduringthetimetheyareoccupiedwiththeshoppingactivity.Extremeoraddictiveshoppingmayresultfromlongtimeunpleasantfeelings,ofwhichanxiety,painandshamearecommonones,.Whenwefeelbadinside,weoftendosomethingtomakeourselvesfeelbetter.Inthiscase,weoftengoshopping.Afewpeopleshoptorelievetheirboredomoremptiness.Forsomepeople,themotivationisadesireforstatus,power,beautyorsuccess.Somelovetoshopasitmakesthemfeelvaluedintheeyesoftheshopassistants.Othersshopsimplybecauseitmakesthemforget,atleasttemporarily,tension,fearorunhappinessintheirlife.Besides,shoppingmallsaredesignedtoencouragecontinualshopping.Forinstance,therearesomemallswhereyoucantseeclocksdisplayingthetimebecausetheydontwantyoutobecometooawareofthetimeyouspendthere.Whatsmore,foodcourts,coffeeshopsandrestroomsareprovided,soyoudonthavetoleavethemallbecauseofyourphysicalneeds.Therefore,onceyoubecomeawareofhowmarketforceswork,youwillcertainlycometocontrolyourshoppingbehavior.Forexample,howmuchtimeyouwillspendandwhatareasyouwillvisitcanbedecidedbeforeyouenterthemall.Keepawrittenaccountofwhatitemsyouwillbuyandhowmuchmoneyyouwillspend.Makeaplanforwhatyouaregoingtobuybeforeyoufeeltheurgetoshopandthensticktoit.Thatisvitalforgainingself0control.63.WhichofthefollowingpeoplemaynotbeproblemshoppersA.Thosewhocannotcontroltheamountofcredittheyuse.B.Thosewhojustwalkaroundtheshoppingmalls.C.Thosewhoareoccupiedintoomuchshopping.D.Thosewhofeelsorryfortheirshopping.64.Accordingtothepassage,whatmaynotresultinaddictiveshoppingA.Theawarenessofhowmarketforceswork.B.Thedesireforstatus,power,beautyorsuccess.C.Boredom,emptiness,tension,fearorunhappinessinpeopleslife.D.Longtimebadfeelingsofanxiety,painandshame.65.WhatdoestheauthorsuggesttocontrolourshoppingbehaviourA.Nevergoingtotheshoppingmallsbecausetherearemanytricks.B.Applyingforacreditcardbeforewegoshopping.C.Makingtheshoppingtimeasshortaspossible.D.Makingashoppinglistbeforewegoshopping.66.Theauthorwritesthispassageto.A.informtheshoppingmallshowtoattractmoreshoppersB.providesolutionstotheproblemshopping.C.scoldtheproblemshoppersD.tellashoppingstoryDUnusualincidentsarebeingreportedacrosstheArcitc.Inuit因纽特人familiesgoingoffonsnowmobilestopreparetheirsummerhuntingcampshavefoundthemselvescutofffromhomebyaseaofmud.Therearealsoreportsofseaicebreakingupearlierthanusual,carryingsealsbeyondthereachofhunters.Climatechangemaystillbearatherabstractideatomostofus,butintheArcticitisalreadyhavinggreateffects–ifsummertimeicecontinuestoshrinkatitspresentrate,theArcticOceancouldsoonbecomealmosticefreeinsummer.Theknock–oneffectsarelikelytoincludemorewarming,cloudierskies,andhighersealevels.ScientistsareincreasinglyeagertofindoutwhatsgoingonintheArctic.FortheInuittheprobkmismgent.Theyliveinunsteadybaiancewithoneofthetoughestenvironmentsonearth.Climatechange,whateveritscauses,isadirectdangertotheirwayoflife.NobodyknowstheArcticaswellasthelocals,whichiswhytheyarenotcontentsimplytostandbackandletoutsiderexpertstellthemwhatshappening.InCanada,wheretheInuitpeoplearetryinghardtoguardtheirhardwonautonomyinthecountrysnewestland,Nunavut,theybelievetheirbesthopeofsurvivalinthischangingenvironmentliesincombiningtheirancestralknowledgewiththebestofmodernscience.Thisischallengeinitself.TheCanadianArcticisavast,treelesspolardesertthatscoveredwithsnowformostoftheyear.Adventureintothisareaandyougetsomeideaofthehardshipsfacinganyonewhocallsthishome.Farmingisoutofthequestionandnatureoffersfewpickings.HumansfirstsettledintheArcticamere4,500yearsago,survivingby第7页共13页takingadvantageofseafist.Theenvironmenttestedthemtothelimitssometimesthesettlersweresuccessful,sometimestheyfailedanddisappeared.Butaroundathousandyearsago,onegroupappearedthatwasuniquelywelladaptedtodealwiththeArcticenvironment.TheseThulepeoplemovedinfromAlaska,bringingdogs,irontoolsandthelike.TheyaretheancestorsoftodaysInuitpeople.67.WhichofthefollowingisnotlikelytobetheeffectofclimatechangeA.Shorterandshortersummertime.B.IcefreesummeraroundtheArctic.C.Highersealevels.D.Moredloudyskies.68.TheInuitpeoplebelievethesolutiontotheclimatechangeproblemis.A.tochangetheirwayoflifeB.tousetheirancestralknowledgeC.tomakethebestofmodemscienceD.tousetheirancestralknowledgeandmodernscience69.Itcanbeconcludedfromthelastparagraphthat.A.thefirstsettlersintheArcticsurvivedbytakingadvantageofseafishB.itshardtofarmintheArcticduetotheclimatechangeC.theancestorsofInuitpeoplest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