英 语 第 一 轮 模 拟 试 卷
I 单项填空 (共20小题，每小题1分；满分20分) 1. --- I take the book out? ---I'm afraid not.
A. Will B. May C. Must D. Need
2. ---What _______ do you have for Daniel? --- I think he should study harder than before.
A. news B. advice C. help D. information
3. I'm amazed to hear from my school teacher again. _______，it is ten years since we met last.
A. In a word B. What’s more C. That’s to say D. Believe it or not
4. ---It rains more often in Wuhu than ________Beijing. --- I agree.
A. that in B. in C. it in D. /
5. ---Excuse me. You shouldn’t smoke here. Look at the sign “NO SMOKING HERE”. --Sorry, I ________ it just now.
A. doesn’t see B. haven’t seen C. didn’t see D. hadn’t seen
6. --- Could you be so kind as to close the window? ---______________.
A. With pleasure B. Go ahead C. Yes, please D. That's OK
7. --- What do you think about _______dress in the shop window?
--- Oh, it's beautiful. Amy will be pleased if she can have it as _______birthday present.
A. a, a B. the, a C. a, the D. the, the
8. -Do you know the boy________ is sitting next to Peter?
-Yes. He is Peter's friend. They are celebrating his ________ birthday.
A. who; ninth B. that; nineth C. /; nineth D. which; ninth
9. ---Would you like to drink some orange juice? --- Thanks. , but I have drunk a lot of tea.
A. I think so B. I don’t think so C. I’m afraid not D. I’d love to
10. What way can you think of ______ the mice in the room?
A. how to kill B. to kill C. killing D. killed
11. ---Mum, could you buy me a dress like this? --Certainly, we can buy _______ one than this, but ________ this.
A. a better; better than B. a worse; as good as
C. a cheaper; as good as D. a more important; not as good as
12. --- Bill, can I get you anything to drink? --- _________.
A. You are welcome B. No problem
C. I wouldn't mind a coffee D. Doesn’t matter
13. ---Mum, have you seen my mobile phone? ---_______ you bought last week? I’m
afraid I haven’t seen _______.
A. The one; it B. The one; one C. One; it D. One; one
14. ---Miss Li, where did you visit last week? --- I visited a big company __________ ships are made.
A. that B. which C. where D. whose
15. The river smells terrible. People_______ dirty things into it .
A. must stop to throw B. must stop from throwing C. must be stopped to throw
D. must be stopped from throwing
16. --- ___________? -- That would be great! Please drop me off at the library.
A. Could you bring me the bill B. Would you like me to give you a lift
C. Could you tell me the postcode for Paris D. Would you like to have my e-mail address
17. ---Excuse me，I want to buy some milk．Where can I find a supermarket?
---Oh，I know ________ not far from my home．
A．it B．that C．one D．its
18. --Haven't you seen Mr. Wilson at the lecture? --Yes, but he had left _________ I could ask him any questions.
A. when B. before C. after D. as
19. ---It looks heavy. Can I give you a hand? ---___________.
A. No, thanks B. Yes, my pleasure C. No, never mind D. Yes, I do 20. ---What did you discuss just now? ---We discussed .
A．when could we meet at Xinhua Bookstore B．where we would have a wonderful outing
C．whether we will have a barbecue during May Day D．who is suitable to be the host of the charity show
The night of graduation, I was afraid. Two hundred people were sitting out there. I felt tense and I wanted to run away, 21 I couldn’t! After all, my own children were sitting in front of me with many other persons. I couldn’t be a coward(懦夫) before 22 . When I ended the speech, I was 23 at the cheering. And I never forget the first time I received the cheering in my life. Flowers arrived 24 my brothers and sister. My husband gave me silk roses. The reporters came with 25 and recorders and lots of questions. There were tears and hugs and congratulations. Sometimes, I sit down and 26 the tape of my gaduation speech. I hear myself say to the audience, “Don’t’ give up your 27 in life. Anything can happen if you believe. It means hard work, but 28 sure that you can do it, with God’s help.”
And then, I remember mother’s 29 to me , a young girl: “Hurry, Gin, you’ll be
late for school.” Yes, Mom, I was late 30 school, but it was sweeter for waiting. I only wish you and Dad could have been there to see your daughter and granddaughter in all their show and speech.
( )21. A. and B. then C. so D. but
( 22. A. them B. themselves C. him D. himself
( )23. A. worried B. worrying C. surprised D. surprising
( )24. A. at B. in C. to D. from
( )25. A. books B. newspapers C. cameras D. cars
( ) 26. A. put up B. put down C. put on D. put off
( )27. A. speech B. ideas C. dreams D. love
( )28. A. let B. take C. get D. make
( )29. A. shout B. shouting C. call D. calling
( )30.A.to B. for C. of D. with
My mother often asked me, “what is the most important part of the body?” Through the years I would guess at 31 I thought was the correct answer. When I was younger, I thought sound was very important to us as humans, so I said, “My 32 , Mommy.” She said, “No. Many people are deaf. But you 33 thinking about it and I will ask you again soon.” Then last year, my Grandpa 34 . Everybody was hurt. Everybody was crying. My Mom looked at me when it was our 35 to say our final goodbye to grandpa. She asked me, “Do you know the most important body part yet, my dear?” I was shocked 36 she asked me this now. I always thought this was a game between her and me. She saw the confusion(迷惑) on my face and told me, “This 37 is very important. It shows that you have 38 lived your life”. I saw her eyes well up with tears. She said, “My dear, the most important body part is your shoulder.” I asked, “Is it because it holds up your head?”
She replied, “No, it is because it can hold the head of a friend or loved one when they 39 . Everybody needs a shoulder to cry on sometime in life, my dear. I only hope that you have enough love and 40 that you will have a shoulder to cry on when you need it.”
( )31. A. if B. what C. that D. whether
( )32. A. ears B. eyes C. hands D. feet
( )33. A. feel B. stop C. keep D. forget
( )34. A. worried B. visited C. died D. came
( )35. A. need B. chance C. duty D. turn
( )36. A.when B. unless C. before D. but
( )37. A. experience B. answer C. problem D. question
( )38. A. easily B. really C. carefully D. especially
( )39. A. sleep B. think C. laugh D. cry
( )40.A.visitors B. friends C. classmates D. teachers III．补全对话（共5小题，每小题1分；满分5分）
根据对话内容，从方框内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。 Mrs Lee: Hello. 68178502. David: Hello. 41 ? Mrs Lee: Sorry. 42
David: Yes. This is David, Bruce’s friend. I want to ask him for some Chinese ancient coins. He told me he had got some recently. 43 . I don’t care if they were made of different metals. I just want to add some more coins in my collection.
Mrs Lee: OK. I’ll tell him. Would you like him to ring you back later?
David: Well, I won’t be at home later t
his day. Would you please ask him to ring
Mrs Lee: Sure. 44 ? David: Oh, sorry. 45 . The new number is 66129853.
Mrs Lee: OK. I’ll write a message for him.
David: It’s really nice of you, Madam. Thank you very much. Goodbye!
Mrs Lee: Bye!
Jerry was a manager in a restaurant. He was always in a good mood(脾气）and always had something positive to say. This really made me curious, so one day I asked him, "It's hard to be a positive person all of the time. How do you do it?'' Jerry replied ,"Each morning I wake up and say to myself, "Jerry, you can choose to be in a good mood or a bad mood," and I choose to be in a good mood. Life is all about what you choose. And what you choose leads your life."
Several years later, I heard that Jerry left the back door open one morning and was robbed(抢劫）.While trying to stop the thief ,he was shot. I went to see him in the hospital. When I asked him how he was, he replied, "If I were any better, I'd be twins." "Weren't you scared when you were in danger?" I asked. "Yes. The doctors kept telling me that I was going to be fine, but in their eyes, I read. "He's dead." I knew I needed to take
action." "What did you do?" "Well. there was a big nurse asking me if I was allergic(过敏的）to anything. "Yes,' I replied ."Bullets(子弹）!Everyone laughed and I told them: I am choosing to live. Operate on me as if I am alive." Jerry lived thanks to the great doctors ,and also because of his amazing attitude(态度）.Attitude ,after all ,is everything.
46. What kind of person was Jerry?
A. He was serious. B. He was helpful.
C. He was allergic. D. He was happy and smart.
47. When Jerry met difficulties in life, how did he deal with them?
A. He faced them positively. B. He talked to the writer about them.
C. He asked others to help him. D. He tried to stop thinking about them.
48. What does the underlined word "curious" mean in Chinese?
A. 敏感的 B. 好奇的 C. 开心的 D. 有趣的
49.Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage?
A. Jerry was the writer's manager. B. Jerry was not afraid of dead at all.
C. Jerry was nearly dead after he was shot. D. Jerry didn't believe doctors.
50. What is the best title(题目）for this passage?
A. Action Matters B. Brave Jerry Beat the Thief C. Attitude Is Everything D. Jerry ,a Great Man
Come and see the Indian elephants and the new tigers from America. The bears are waiting to meet you, and the monkeys from China are waiting to throw things at you. The lovely dogs from Australia are waiting to laugh at you, and the giraffes from Zambia are waiting to look down on you.
Children：Over 12 ＄1.00 Under 12 Free
9:00 a.m.— 4:00 p.m.
Except Friday 10:00 a.m. — 3 :00 p.m.
Keep the zoo clean！
Do not touch，give food or go near the animals.
51.How many kinds of animals are talked about in the passage？
A. Four B. Five C. Six D. Seven
52. Now Mr. Smith is in the zoo with his two sons, one aged 14 and the other 10, how much are the tickets together？
A. $4.00 B. $2.00 C. $3.00 D. $1.00
53.Which of the following is the visiting time？
A. 8:30 a.m. Monday B. 9:30 a.m. Friday C. 3:00 p.m. Sunday D. 5:00 p.m. Tuesday
84.From the passage 54we can guess the animal “giraffe” must be very _______.
A. fat B. long C. strong D. tall
55.Which of the following can we do in the zoo？
A. To give some food to the dogs. B. To touch the monkey on the head.
C. To throw things everywhere. D. To take a few nice photos.
Thousands of people have been killed in a massive(大规模的) earthquake in Japan. The quake -- the most powerful to hit Japan in more than 100 years -- caused massive damage and many people are missing and feared dead.
The 8.9 magnitude quake struck Friday(March 11) off Japan's eastern coast, and prompted(引发) tsunami warnings（海啸警报）across the Pacific as far away as South America and the U.S. West Coast. Several days after a 8.9-magnitude earthquake and resulting 10-meter-high tsunami devastated the coastline. The United States Geological Survey says it was the fifth largest earthquake since 1900. The largest, with a 9.5 magnitude, shook Chile(智利) in 1960.
In Japan, the tsunami swept away boats, cars and hundreds of houses in coastal areas north of Tokyo. The quake shook buildings in the Japanese capital and caused several fires. All train and subway traffic in Tokyo has been stopped, and thousands of people there were unable to get back home. People are just trying to find clean water. Food supplies are running out. In the convenience stores, there are no rice balls left. There is no bottled water left. People are facing a really serious situation in the days ahead for these people that are living in areas that were only moderately（普通的） damaged. The final death toll could range from the thousands to tens of thousands, depending on how many of these communities are gone.
Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan said the government would do everything it can to minimize（使降到最低） the effects of the disaster. And in Washington, President Obama said the United States is ready to help the people of Japan.
56. The underline word damage means_____________ in the article.
A. illness B. disaster C. terror D. danger
57. Which is true according to the passage?
A. Thousands of people have been killed in a massive earthquake in Japan.
B. Only people in areas that were only moderately damaged are facing a really serious situation in the days.
C. The tsunami devastated not only the coastline in Japan, but also the areas across the Pacific as far away as South America and the U.S. West Coast.
D. The massive earthquake caused the tsunami.
58. According to the passage, which earthquake is the largest one since 1990 ?
A. the one happened in Japan on March 11, 2011 B. the one in Chile in 1960
C. the fifth largest earthquake since 1900 D. We don't know.
59. If you're in Tokyo these days, what you can't get from the convenience store?
A. newspapers and magazines B. some medicine
C. paper napkins and toothpastes D. rice balls and bottled water
60. The passage can't be in/on __________.
A. March 10th newspapers B. TV C. Internet D. Radios
Want to stay away from colds? Put on a happy face.
Compared to unhappy people, those who are cheerful and relaxed are less likely to suffer from colds, according to a new study. It's possible that being happy helps the body fight illnesses, say the researchers from New York University.
"It seems that positive feelings may reduce the danger of illness," said the study's chief researcher Sheldon Cohen.
In an earlier study, Cohen found that people who were cheerful and lively caught coughs and colds less often. People who showed feelings were also less likely to tell their doctors that they felt ill.
In this study, Cohen's interviewed 193 adults every day for two weeks. During the interviews, the people were given colds by doctors and had to stay alone in a room for six days.
The results showed that everyone in the study was equally likely to get ill. But for people who said they felt happy during the research period, their illness are less serious and lasted for a shorter time.
Cohen believes that when people experience positive feelings, their body may produce a chemical that helps fight illness and disease. So if you are worried abut your health, look on the bright side more often.
61. Which of the following was NOT a part of the study?
A. People talked about their feelings every day. B. People were kept alone for six days.
C. People were given colds by doctors. D. People were made to feel unhappy.
62. What did the study find?
A. People who felt happy never got ill. B. People's feelings didn't influence their health.
C. People with good feelings became ill more easily. D. People with positive feelings had less serious illnesses..
63. According to Cohen, which of the following may help fight illness?
A. Eating. B. Crying. C. Laughing. D. Sleeping. 64. This passage is a/an .
A. advertisement B. newspaper report C. story D. scientist's diary
65. What is the best title for this passage?
A. Smiles can fight colds B. Cause of colds found C. The danger of colds
D. How people get sick
66. When you cross the road, you must pay attention to your s_____（安全）.
67.There’s no d that computers are widely used by workers.
68.Going to Australia for further education for two month is a very e________(高兴的) and exciting experience for me.
69. A car e______ will be held in April in Shanghai. You can see many different kinds of cars.
70. No matter where the pop star goes, the fans will f______ him.
Dear Betty, How time flies! Best wishes！
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II.21-25 DACDC 26-30 CCDDB 31-35 BACCD 36-40 ADBDB
III41-45 EADGC 评分标准: 71-75题每小题1分。
IV. 46-50 DABCC 51-55 CCCDD 56-60 BDBDA 61-65.DDCBA
V. 66. safety 67.doubt 68. enjoyable 69. exhibition 70. follow
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