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英语试卷 模拟卷 四

发布时间:2014-02-04 10:45:14  

英语试卷 模拟卷(四)

本试卷分I、II两卷, 满分100分, 答题时间90分钟)

注意事项:

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第Ⅰ卷 (选择题 满分75分)

第一部分 单项填空(共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分)

从A、B、C和D四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。

1. Could you keep silent a few minutes, please? You are here_________.

A. in a way B. on the way C. in my way D. by the way

2. _________ good, the food was soon sold out.

A. Tasting B. Being tasted C. Tasted D. Having tasted

3. They were walking around the town _______ a place for the party.

A. in search of B. to search C. searching D. searched for

4. A lot of equipment _______from foreign countries by the company.

A. were borrowed B. was brought in C. has brought in D. have been bought

5. ----Ten dollars, please!

---- How terrible! I to bring my wallet with me.

A. was forgetting B. forgot C. had forgotten D. am forgetting

6. A chair of this kind is lighter and more beautiful than ______ made of wood.

A. one B. that C. it D. what

7. I really don't know_________ I had my money stolen.

A. when was it that B. that it was when

C. where it was that D. it was where that

8. Not only____ interested in football but ___ beginning to show an interest in it.

A. the father himself is; all his children are B. the father himself is; are all his children

C. is the father himself; are all his children D. is the father himself; all his children are

9. We will explore different approaches _________ information.

A. to gathering B. of gathering C. to gather D. in gathering

10. _____ in thought, he almost ran into the car in front of him.

A. Losting B. Having lost C. To lose D. Lost

11. The engineers are so busy that they have zero time for outdoor sports activities, _____ they have the interest

A. wherever B. whenever C. even if D. as if

12. ---- It is a really creative idea that a robot can do homework for us.

---- .Maybe it is best for us to do our own work.

A.I couldn’t agree more B. I don’t think so

C. You are right. D. You are welcome.

13. It was _____ he came back from Africa that year ____ he met the girl he would like to marry

A. when ; then B. not; until C. only; when D. not until; that

14. Everyone in the town is ______ the old man who is famous for his generosity.

A. familiar with B. familiar to C. similar with D. similar to

15. ---______? Would you please help me give this present to Hilary for her birthday? ---No problem.

A. How are you doing B. What on earth can I talk about

C. How do you find it D. Can I ask you a favour

(共20小题;每小题1分,满分20分)

阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从16~35各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项。

Most of us can remember the days when we didn't use e-mail as an everyday vehicle for communication. Slowly but surely, it crept(慢慢移动E-mail is for Most universities assign students an account entrance,is uaually not even an option(选择)involved.

You can do everything from consulting on homework and projects,?

E-mail can be e-jail. You writing and replying to e-should be busy with the books for an upcoming ,you might be signed up for so many daily services,占星术), new services, or personals, that your mailbox is “junk mail”, mails through your box might take hours.

If you're a student,mail folders into important school-related mail, correspondence(通信)with friends and family, and a folder for jokes, horoscopes and other new the mail into the proper folders first, and when you've finished, bead for the important school-related folder first. Respond to the most important e-mails first and,16.A.the lives B.lifeC.our lives D.us life

17.A.valuable B.changeableC.favorable D.usable

18.A.even B.stillC.ever D.yet

19.A.but B.soC.because D.except that

20.A.keeping touch with B.getting touched to

C.losing touch with D.keeping in touch with

21.A.keeping B.keepC.leaving D.leave

22.A.accidents B.incidentsC.events D.things

23.A.advantage B.mistakesC.wrongs D.disadvantages

24.A.spend B.costC.take D.pay

25.A.for B.becauseC.since D.when

26.A.Otherwise B.OrC.But D.However

27.A.such as B.such likeC.for example D.so as

28.A.full up with B.fullC.filled up with D.fill with

29.A.important B.necessaryC.practical D.possible

30.A.money B.markC.grade D.time

31.A.Sometimes B.AlwaysC.Almost D.Usually

32.A.if B.althoughC.since D.because

33.A.Encourage B.WatchC.Discourage D.Refuse

34.A.examine B.check upC.find D.realize

35.A.later B.immediatelyC.after D.soon

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。

A

A couple from Miami, Bill and Simone Butler, spent sixty-six days in a life-raft(救生艇) in the seas of Central America after their boat sank.

Twenty-one days after they left Panama in their boat, Simony, they met some whales(鲸鱼). “They started to hit the side of the boat,” said Bill, “and then suddenly we heard water.” Two minutes later, the boat was sinking. They jumped into the life-raft and watched the boat go under the water.

For twenty days they had tins of food, biscuits, and bottles of water. They also had a fishing-line and a machine to make salt water into drinking water — two things which saved their lives. They caught eight to ten fish a day and ate them raw(生的). Then the line broke. “So we had no more fish until something very strange happened. Some sharks(鲨鱼) came to feed, and the fish under the raft were afraid and came to the surface. I caught them with my hands.”

About twenty ships passed them, but no one saw them. After fifty days at sea their life-raft was beginning to break up. Then suddenly it was all over. A fishing boat saw them and picked them up. They couldn’t stand up. So the captain carried them onto his boat and took them to Costa Rica. Their two months at sea was over.

36 . Bill and Simone were traveling _______ when they met some whales.

A. in a life-raft B. in Miami C. in Simony D. in Panama

37 . The whales hit the side of the boat, and then _______.

A. they brought in a lot of water B. they broke the side of the boat

C. they pulled the boat D. they went under the water

38 . After their boat sank, the couple _______.

A. jumped into the life-raft B. heard water

C. watched the boat go under water D. stayed in the life-raft

39 . During their days at sea, _______ saved their lives.

A. tins of food and bottles of water B. a fishing-line and a machine

C. whales and sharks D. Twenty passing ships

40 . When they saw the fishing boat which later picked them up, _______.

A. they were too excited to stand up B. they couldn’t wait to climb onto the boat

C. their life-raft was beginning to break up D. they knew their two months at sea would be over B

Chocolate is good for your heart, skin and brain. Usually, people think that chocolate is bad for their health. They describe chocolate as “something to die for” or say “death by chocolate”.证据) is showing that some kinds of chocolate are actually good for you in the following ways:

A happier heart

Scientists at Harvard University recently examined 136 studies on cocoa—the main ingredient in chocolate and found that it does seem to strengthen the heart.Studies have shown heart benefits from increased blood flow.These benefits are the result of cocoa’s chemicals, which seem to prevent both cell damage and inflammation(炎症).

Better blood pressure

If yours is high, chocolate may help.Jeffrey Blumberg from Tufts University recently found

that people with high blood pressure who ate 3.5 ounces of dark chocolate per day for two weeks saw their blood pressure drop quickly.

Muscle magic

Chocolate milk may help you recover after a hard workout(锻炼).In a small study at Better for your skin.German researchers gave 24 women a half-cup of special cocoa every day.After three months, the women’s skin was moister(滑润的)and smoother.The research shows that chocolate helps protect and increase blood flow to the skin, improving its appearance. Brain gains

It sounds almost too good to be true, but research suggests that chocolate may improve your memory, attention span, reaction time, and problem-solving by increasing blood flow to the brain. 41 . Which of the following is wrong?

A. Coca’s chemicals can prevent both cell damage and inflammation.

B. Chocolate may help you lower your blood pressure.

C. People early know chocolate is good for their health.

D. chocolate may improve your memory, attention span, reaction time, and problem-solving. 42 . What’s the meaning of the underlined sentence in the fourth paragraph?

A. Sports drinks are better than chocolate milk.

B. Sports drinks can make people easy to be tired.

C. Drinking milk can keep you energetic at work.

D. We should drink chocolate milk between times when we work hard.

43 . What’s the main idea of the text?

A. Chocolate, a Healthy Food B. More Chocolate, Less Health

C. Chocolate and Blood Pressure D. Advice on Eating Chocolate

44. The conclusion that chocolate may help lower blood pressure was brought out by_______.

A. scientists at Harvard University B. Jeffrey Blumberg from Tufts University

C. scientists at Indiana University D. German researchers

45. What’s the meaning of “bite their tongues” in the first paragraph?

A. Think of it.. B. Speak up. C. Stop talking D. Listen to it

C

A serious problem for today’s society is who should be responsible for our elderly and how to improve their lives. It is not only a financial problem but also a question of the system we want for our society. I would like to suggest several possible solutions to this problem.

First, employers should take the responsibility for their retired employees. To make this

possible, a percentage of profits should be set aside for this purpose. But when a company must take life-long responsibility for its employees, it may suffer from a commercial disadvantage due to higher employee costs.

Another way of solving the problem is to return the responsibility to the individual. This

means each person must save during his working years to pay for his years of retirement. This does not seem a very fair model since some people have enough trouble paying for their daily life without trying to earn extra to cover their retirement years. This means the government might have to step in to care for the poor.

In addition, the government could take responsibility for the care of the elderly. This could be financed through government taxes to increase the level of pensions(养老金). Furthermore, some in-situation should be created for senior citizens, which can help provide a comfortable life for The government can seldom afford to care for the elderly, particularly when it is busy trying to care for the young.

One further solution is that the government or social organizations establish some working places especially for the elderly where they are independent.

To sum up, all these options have advantages and disadvantages. Therefore, it is reasonable to expect that some combination of these options may be needed to provide the care we hope to give to our elderly generations.

46.What is the passage mainly about?

A.The problem faced by the old in society.

B.Why we should take responsibility for the old.

C.How we can improve the lives of the old.

D.Where the old can go to get their pensions.

47.According to the passage,how can the government help to improve the lives of retired people?

A.Set aside some profits to help people with problems after they retire.

B.Increase saving levels of people during their working years.

C.Increase the discounts for food and transport for the old.

D.Make available pensions for those who have retired.

48.The underlined word“viable”most probably means_________.

A.impossible B.practical C.useful D.successful

49.What can be concluded from the passage?

A.Taking care of the old is mainly an issue of money.

B.Employers should allow their workers to retire at a later age.

C.Becoming independent should be the goal of most old people.

D.There is no single solution to the problem of the old.

50.What is the writer’s main purpose of writing this article?

A.To point out the need for government supporting for old people.

B.To make general readers aware of the problems of retired people.

C.To discuss some possible solutions to an important social problem.

D.To instruct retired people on how they can have a happier life.

D

Paragraph 1

Scientists have learned a lot about the kinds of food people need. They say that there are several kinds of food that people should eat every day. They are: (1) green and yellow vegetables of all kinds. (2) citrus(柑桔) fruits and tomatoes; (3) potatoes and other fruits and vegetables; (4) meat of all kinds, fish and eggs; (5) milk and foods made from milk; (6) bread or cereal(谷类), rice is also in this kind of food; (7) butter, or something like butter.

Paragraph 2

People in different countries and different places of the world eat different kinds of things. Foods are cooked and eaten in many different kinds of ways. People in different countries eat at different times of the day. In some places people eat once or twice a day; in other countries people eat three or four times a day. Scientists say that none of the differences is really important. It doesn’t matter whether foods are eaten raw(生的) or cooked, canned or frozen. It doesn’t matter if a person eats dinner at 4 o’clock in the afternoon or at eleven o’clock at night. The important thing is what you eat every day.

Paragraph 3

There are two problems, then, in feeding the large number of people on earth. The first is to find some ways to feed the world’s population so that no one is hungry.

The second is to make sure that people everywhere have the right kinds of food to make them grow to be strong and healthy.

51 . According to the scientists, which of the following groups of food is the healthiest for your lunch?

A. chicken, apples, cereal, cabbages

B. potatoes, carrots, rice, bread

C. oranges, bananas, fish, tomatoes

D. beef, pork, fish, milk

52 . It is important for people to eat _______.

A. three times a day

B. dinner at twelve o’clock

C. cooked food all the day

D. something from each of the seven kinds of food every day

53 . People in different countries and different places of the world _______.

A. has the right kinds of food to eat

B. cooks their food in the same way

C. has their meals at the same time

D. eat food in different ways

54 . Which of the following is NOT true?

A. People in some places don’t have enough to eat.

B. There are too many people in the world.

C. One of the problems is that no one is hungry.

D. The scientists are trying to make people grow to be strong and healthy. 55 . If there is Paragraph 4, what do you think is going to be talked about?

A. When people eat their lunch

B. What to do with the two problems

C. How to cook food in different ways

D. Why people eat different kinds of food

第Ⅱ卷 (非选择题 满分25分)

第四部分 书面表达(共1小题,满分25分)

星光中学(Xingguang High School)近期举行了一次登山活动。假定你是学校英语报记者,请写一篇短文,报道此次活动。内容包括:

1. 时间与地点:4月10日,大青山(Daqing Mountain);

2. 活动的过程;

3. 你对于这次活动的评论。

注意: 1. 词数120左右。

2. 可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。

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