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英语试卷 模拟卷 七

发布时间:2014-02-04 10:45:20  

英语试卷 模拟卷(七)

本试卷分I、II两卷, 满分100分, 答题时间90分钟)

注意事项:

1.答卷前,考生务必将自己的姓名、准考证号填写在答题卡上。

2.答案一律写在答题卡上,写在本试卷上无效。考试结束后,将本试卷和答题卡一并交回。

3.回答选择题时,选出每小题答案后,用2B铅笔把答题卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑。如需改动,用橡皮擦干净后,再选涂其他答案标号。

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.As a film star she was a success,but as a wife she was ________failure,so their marriage ended in________failure.

A./; / B./; a C.a; a D.a; /

2.It is the farmers who provide us with food,yet they are ________ by some citizens.

A.looked forward to B.looked down upon

C.looked back upon D.looked up to

3.On his way to the airport,it________him all of a sudden that he had forgotten his passport.

A.hit B.knocked

C.occurred D.beat

4.—It's a good idea. But who is going to________the plan?

—I think Tom and Greg will.

A.set aside B.carry out

C.take in D.get through

5.She________an old friend of hers yesterday while she was shopping at the department store.

A.turned down B.dealt with

C.took after D.came across

6.There are 30 people________in the traffic accident but the injured________rescued at once.

A.injuring; were B.injuring; was

C.injured; was D.injured; were

7.They would rather spend time________than________in the street.

A.read; wander B.read; wandering

C.in reading; to wander D.reading; wander

8.He failed the mid-term examination and only then________how much time he had wasted.

A.he realized B.did he realize

C.he had realized D.had he realized

9.Mom,I'm afraid it's going to rain.The clouds in the sky are ________.

A.building up B.breaking up

C.staying up D.getting up

10.Having been praised by the teacher,the little girl ran back home,________.

A.happily and satisfied B.eager and excitedly

C.happy and satisfied D.anxiously and excitedly

11.—I regret________you that John has been fired.

—I can hardly believe my ears.He is such a fine worker.

A.telling B.having told

C.to tell D.to have told

12.The discovery of new evidence led to________.

A.the thief having caught

B.catch the thief

C.the thief being caught

D.the thief to be caught

13.Scientists are convinced________the positive effect of laughter ________physical and mental health.

A.of; at B.by; in

C.of; on D.on; at

14.Our teacher looked here and there on our playground________looking for something.

A.even though B.even if

C.as if D.only if

15.—Mom,can I go to the cinema?

—No.I'd rather you ________ a quiet night in front of the TV.

A.will have B.have

C.had D.have had

第二部分 完形填空(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。

On my first day of the sixth grade, I noticed one little girl called Amy on the school bus. “Don't__16__her,” Lauren said, who sat beside me. “Or they will make fun of you.”

Amy had —lots of reasons for other kids to make fun of her. Her eyes weren't straight. Her glasses were an inch thick. And she had really ugly teeth. 侮辱)at Amy. “God, what a(n) Stop looking at me!” “Mr. Rolland (the driver)! Amy took off , and now her eyes Make her put them back on!” For a while I shouted my share of insults, just so I'd fit in(合群)., I didn't want them to treat me the same way they treated Amy. making her , because she was so ashamed(羞愧)and alone. Then I wanted I just didn't know how to stop my night of our class roller-skating party. , but I could see we began the journey together around the skating rink (溜冰场). She just smiled, and sometimes On the school bus the next morning there was much news about Amy and ,year.

After graduation, I again. However, I never forget her and I've I changed her life for the better. But I know for sure she changed

After becoming her friend, I no longer tried to impress(给??留下印象) people by trying 16.A.laugh at B.ask about

C.talk to D.be afraid of

17.A.common B.small

C.social D.physical

18.A.as B.though

C.after D.before

19.A.pretty B.strange

C.ordinary D.lovely

20.A.glasses B.coat

C.shoes D.hat

21.A.frightening B.interesting

C.encouraging D.injuring

22.A.Instead B.After all

C.If so D.Therefore

23.A.beat B.lost

C.ached D.opened

24.A.happier B.taller

C.prettier D.uglier

25.A.give in to B.deal with

C.stand up for D.believe in

26.A.until B.except

C.before D.after

27.A.stand B.skate

C.play D.walk

28.A.catch up B.have fun

C.sit down D.fall over

29.A.fear B.surprise

C.comfort D.joy

30.A.talking B.chatting

C.skating D.travelling

31.A.so B.because

C.but D.still

32.A.wrote to B.laughed at

C.heard from D.made fun of

33.A.hoped B.wondered

C.thought D.considered

34.A.life B.mind

C.interest D.friend

35.A.study B.fight

C.act D.play

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.

Dolphins(海豚)are not fish, but warm-blooded animals. They live in groups, and speak to each other in their own language. In this way they are like other animals, such as bees and birds. But dolphins are very different from almost all land animals. Their brain is nearly the same size as our own, and they live a long time—at least twenty or thirty years.

Like some animals, dolphins use sound to help them find their way around. They also make these sounds to talk to each other and to help them find food. We now know they do not use their

ears to receive these sounds, but the lower part of the mouth, called the jaw.

Strangely, dolphins seem to like man, and for thousands of years there have been stories about the dolphin and its friendship with people.

There is a story about sailors in the 19th century. In a dangerous part of the sea off the coast of New Zealand, they learnt to look for a dolphin called Jack. From 1871 to 1903 Jack met every boat in the area and showed it the way. Then in 1903 a passenger on a boat called The Penguin shot and wounded Jack. He recovered and for nine years more continued to guide all ships through the area—except for The Penguin.

Today, some people continue to kill dolphins, but many countries of the world now protect them and in these places it is against the law to kill them.

36.Dolphins are different from many other animals in that they________.

A.live in groups B.have large brains

C.are warm-blooded D.have their own language

37.Which of the following does the dolphin use to help it find its way around?

A.Its nose B.Its ears

C.Its mouth D.Its eyes

38.Why did the sailors off the coast of New Zealand look for Jack?

A.He was lonely and liked to be with people.

B.They enjoyed playing with him.

C.He was seriously wounded.

D.They wanted his help.

39.By telling the story of Jack the writer wanted to show that________.

A.dolphins are friendly and clever

B.people are cruel to animals

C.Jack is different from other dolphins

D.dolphins should be protected by law

40.What is the main idea of this passage?

A.Dolphins are endangered.

B.Dolphins are the animal which has some difference from other animals.

C.Man should protect dolphins.

D.Some countries passed laws to protect dolphins.

B.

Nuclear power's danger to health, safety, and even life itself can be summed up in one word: radiation.

Nuclear radiation has a certain mystery about it, partly because it cannot be detected by human senses. It can't be seen or heard, or touched or tasted, even though it may be all around us. There are other things like that. For example, radio waves are all around us but we can't detect them, sense them, without a radio receiver. Similarly, we can't sense radioactivity without a radiation detector. But unlike common radio waves, nuclear radiation is not harmless to human beings and other living things.

At very high levels, radiation can kill an animal or human being immediately by killing masses of cells in vital organs. But even the lowest levels can do serious damage. There is no levels of radiation that is completely safe. If the radiation does not hit anything important, the damage may not be serious. This is the case when only a few cells are hit, and if they are killed immediately. Your body will replace the dead cells with healthy ones. But if the few cells are only damaged, and if they reproduce themselves, you may be in trouble. They can grow into cancer. Sometimes this does not show up for many years.

This is another reason for some of the mystery about nuclear radiation. Serious damage can be done without the victim being aware at the time that damage has occurred. A person can be

irradiated(辐射)and feel fine, then die for cancer five, ten, or twenty years later as a result. Or a child can be born weak as a result of radiation absorbed by its grandparents.

Radiation can hurt us. We must know the truth.

41. What is the most dangerous factor of nuclear power?

A. Radiation B. Quantity C. Amount D. Place

42. Which of the following statements is true?

A. Nuclear radiation can do harm to human beings.

B. Nuclear radiation cannot do harm to human beings.

C. Nuclear radiation can be detected by human senses.

D. Nuclear radiation is just like common radio waves.

43. How can nuclear radiation kill an animal?

A. By damaging its heart.

B. By killing a few cells.

C. By killing many cells in important organs.

D. By hitting any place in its body.

44. Why does nuclear radiation have a certain mystery?

A. Because human beings learn its harmfulness.

B. Because it can do harm to a person while the victim isn't aware the damage has occurred.

C. Because nuclear radiation can kill a person very easily.

D. Because human beings have no effective machine in order to detect nuclear radiation.

45. If a human being is hit by nuclear radiation, he may _______.

A. die of cancer after many years

B. die immediately

C. have a child who may be born weak

D. all of the above

C.

It is natural that children are curious about the world around them. For example, they want to know how their hearts beat. They want to know why the ocean water tastes salty.

As children grow up, they become curious about different kinds of things. When they are babies, they are interested in the parts of their bodies and in the smiles of their mothers. They become interested in the physical world around them: the plants, the animals, the sky. Later, they become interested in the things that people have made: wheels, bicycles, cars. And when they are adults, their curiosity continues. Sometimes this curiosity leads to a career (生涯、职业) in science. Scientists spend their lives trying to find out about the world.Those who work with the earth sciences study the earth, the oceans, and the skies. Other scientists who study living things work with the biological sciences. A third group of scientists study the physical sciences, e. g. physics, chemistry.

These scientists have already discovered a lot about our world.For example, they tell us why your heart beats fast when you run. They say that when you are quiet, your heart normally beats sixty-five or seventy-five times a minute. Your heart is a pump (泵) that pumps blood to all parts of the body. The blood carries oxygen and nutrition. When you run, your muscles work very hard and use the nutrition that the blood carries to them. The muscles need oxygen, too . So your brain

sends a signal to the heart. The signal means that the muscles need more nutrition and oxygen. Then the heart beats fast and sends blood quickly to the muscles. It may beat 90 to 140 times a minute.

Of course, scientists cannot answer all of our questions. If we ask, “Why does the ocean water taste salty” scientists will say that the salt comes from rocks. When a rock gets very hot or very cold, it cracks. Rain falls into cracks. The rain then carries the salt into the earth and into the rivers. The rivers carry the salt into the ocean. But then we ask , “What happens to the salt in the ocean? The ocean does not get saltier every year.” Scientists are not sure about the answer to this question.

We know a lot about our world, but there are still many answers that we do not have, and we are curious.

46 . According to the passage, which of the following statements is true?

A. People of different ages are interested in different things

B. People in different countries are interested in different things.

C. Men and women are curious about different things.

D. People are curious in the same way.

47. Scientists who work with the biological sciences study____.

A. the earth , the oceans and the sky

B. plants and animals

C. man-made things

D. ocean water

48 . When you run, your muscles need ____.

A. more nutrition and oxygen

B. more signals

C. more salt

D. water

49. A rock cracks _____.

A. in wet regions

B. in dry regions

C. at very high or very low temperatures

D. when salty water falls in

50 . People are always curious because ____.

A. they cannot explain many things

B. they know nothing about the world

C. they know little about the world

D. they want to be scientists

D.

Your House Will Take Care of You In Old Age

Have you ever thought what your life would be like in old age?

Everyone talks about the “aging” society with large numbers of elderly people needing home care. Now German researchers have set up a “smart” house, programmed to help the elderly live at home with dignity. Scientists at Germany’s Fraunhofer Institute say the house combines existing technology with future-oriented technology.

For example, the “smart” bathroom has a touch screen mirror that can remind people to

take their medicine, wash their hands or brush their teeth. The hardware behind Fraunhofer's electronic bathroom is not new, and the software runs on a regular personal computer.

When the medicine cabinet is opened, a display in the middle of the mirror tells the person how many pills to take. The mirror is linked to a care provider, who can remotely check whether a patient at home is actually taking medicine and brushing his or her teeth. As many elderly people have arthritic(关节炎的) conditions that make it difficult to operate water taps, the mirror also has displays that turn the water tap on or off or control the water temperature.

The bathroom is only the start. Kitchens, bedrooms and all other parts of the “intelligent” home will become “user-friendly” to meet all kinds of individual needs. Sensors in doors, toilets, taps, light switches and carpets detect every activity and record them electronically. Doctors or care staff can see from the computer records what personal hygiene tasks have been completed, how often the elderly person visits the bathroom or uses the toilet. In case of an emergency, the computer automatically alerts the chosen contact person or calls the care center.

51 . The “smart” bathroom has a touch screen mirror ____.

A. that can remind people to do many things

B. which is linked to a nursing house

C. behind which is a medicine cabinet

D. that can help the elderly brush their teeth

52 . The underlined word “them” in the last paragraph refers to ___.

A. sensors

B. doors, toilets, taps, light switches and carpets

C. individual needs

D. every activity

53 . The house mentioned in the passage can be described as ____.

A. intelligent and convenient

B. smart but expensive

C. smart and environmentally-friendly

D. fashionable and energy-saving

54 . How is the passage mainly developed?

A. By inferring.

B. By comparing.

C. By listing examples.

D. By introducing a practical method.

55 . The author of the text mainly ___.

A. calls on people to care for the old

B. encourages the old to live with dignity

C. promotes a new house

D. introduces a new house

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)

假如你是某国际中学高一一斑的学生李华.你们班将于这周六下午去公园举办一次游园会. 请你用英语给口语老师Smith先生写一封信,邀请他参加。

内容提示:1。时间:下午2点到5点;

2。活动安排:散步、赏花、唱歌、游戏;

3。吃喝东西已准备,不必自带。

注意: 1。可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;

2。开头结尾已给出,不计入词数;

3。词数: 100词左右。

参考词汇: 游园会 garden party

Dear Mr. Smith,

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