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河南省2011年高考英语仿真模拟试卷

(2011-04-19 09:27:03)
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河南省2011年高考英语仿真模拟试卷

河南省2011年高考英语仿真模拟试卷

第Ⅰ卷(80)

第一部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分30分)

第一节:单项填空(共20小题;每小题0.5分,满分10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,并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。

1. — You’d better not think in Chinese when you’re speaking English.

— ___________.

A. I’d like to                         B. That’s all right

C. Thanks, I will                      D. You said it.

2. The big earthquake is _____ terrible blow to Japanese and people from all over the world feel _____ pity for them.

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

3. Kidney Beans, ________ look exactly like the human kidneys, actually heal and help maintain kidney function.

  A. who            B. whose          C. which          D. that

4. More and more people will fall in panic, as the expert predicts, if not _________ properly.

  A. comforting       B. comfort        C. comforted       D. being comforted

5. As a top manager, he should ______ none but people with obvious advantages over others.

  A. appoint          B. apply          C. analyze         D. avoid

6. Thousands of people, who ________ into small shops and supermarkets desperate for cartons of salt, are now eager to return their stocked purchase.

  A. had piled         B. piled          C. are piling        D. have been piling

7. The doctor made a _________ examination in the sick child in order to make the anxious mother relieved.

  A. rough          B. thorough         C. casual          D. temporary

8. How can he get the promotion __________ his boss dislikes him. It’s absurd.

   A. unless          B. when          C. as though        D. even if

9. A child who is _________ beaten by parents tends to be either violent or timid.

  A. rarely           B. practically       C. frequently       D. fluently

10. Most men, without doubt, are unwilling to accept the finding of the study _______ women are better at budgeting than men.

   A. whether        B. which           C. where          D. that

11. He cheated us. What a horror! We _________ him on the spot.

   A. should expose                      B. should have exposed

   C. might expose                       D. could expose

12. More roads are urged to be built to meet the ever increasing cars, but more roads means more cars and more cars, __________, results in more traffic problems.

   A. in turn         B. to one’s joy       C. for one thing     D. on average

13. “Can it be in this area _______ people are killing bears for gall (胆汁)?” Pofessor Wang questioned, pointing to the place on the map.

   A. that           B. where            C. which          D. in which

14. — I’m terribly sorry, but you must have been terrified by the sudden bark of the dog.

— ___________

   A. Yes, I’ll complain.                   B. That’s OK.

   C. Just keep it up.                               C. Go ahead.

15. _______ is without doubt that the “on sail” notice attracts a lot of possible buyers.

   A. As            B. There            C. It              D. That

16. — Jimy borrowed 20 dollars from me last week. I’m afraid he has forgotten it.

— It’s really difficult, but if I were you, __________ a note to him earlier.

A. I will write                         B. I will be writing

C. I would write                       D. I would have written

17. The price of houses is going down due to the new policy of restricited buying, but the common opinion is that the present _______ won’t last long.

   A. decline         B. decision         C. defeat           D. demand

18. One in three American children is overweight or obese, _______ them at higher risk of developing diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol and other illnesses.

  A. putting          B. put             C. to put            D. has put

19. The repair man clearly knew that if he didn’t _________ the machine, there was no hope of fixing it up.

   A. take away       B. take over        C. take down         D. take apart

20. Not until the quarrel died down ______________ away in all directions.

   A. had the crowd walked               B. did the crowd walk

   C. the crowd walked                   D. the crowd were walking

第二节: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21–40各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。

A man came home form work late,   21   and found his 5 years old son waiting for him at the door. “Daddy, may I ask you a question?” “Yeah, sure, what is it?” replied the man. “Daddy,   22   do you make an hour?” “If you   23   know, I make   24   an hour.” “Oh,” the little boy replied, with his head down, looking up, he said, “Daddy, may I please   25   $10?”

The father was   26  . “If the only reason you asked is   27   you can borrow some money to buy a   28   toy, then you go to bed.” The little boy   29   went to his room and shut the door.

After about an hour or so, the man had   30   and started to think. Maybe there was something he really needed to buy with that $10 and he really   31   ask for money very often. The man   32   to the door of the little boy’s room and opened the door. “Are you asleep, son?”, he asked. “No daddy,” replied the boy. “I’ve been thinking, maybe I was too   33   on you earlier.” said the man, “Heres the $10 you asked for.” The little boy sat   34  , smiling. “Oh, thank you daddy!” He yelled.   35  , reaching under his pillow he   36   some crumpled up bills. The man, seeing that the boy already had money, started to get angry again. The little boy slowly   37   out his money, and then looked   38   at his father. “Why do you want more money? Have you already had some?”, the father asked. “Because I didn’t have enough, but now I do”, the little boy replied, “Daddy, I have $20 now. Can I   39   an hour of your time? Please come home early tomorrow. I would like to have a   40   with you.”

21. A. worn out

B. dicouraged

C. surprised

D. frightened

22. A. what

B. how much

C. how many

D. how

23. A. can

B. may

C. will

D. must

24. A. $10

B. $20

C. $30

D. $40

25. A. keep

B. pay

C. borrow

D. change

26. A. curious

B. doubtful

C. annoyed

D. nervous

27. A. what

B. because

C. which

D. that

28. A. expensive

B. silly

C. cheap

D. useful

29. A. quietly

B. happily

C. crazily

D. worriedly

30. A. calmed down

B. sat down

C. looked down

D. fallen down

31. A. did

B. didn’t

C. could

D. couldn’t

32. A. hurried

B. climbed

C. ran

D. tiptoed

33. A. angry

B. careless

C. hard

D. impatient

34. A. sideways

B. straight up

C. backwards

D. sidelong

35. A. Then

B. Thus

C. However

D. Therefore

36. A. jammed in

B. put up

C. pulled out

D. pushed out

37. A. sorted

B. found

C. picked

D. counted

38. A. down

B. up

C. in

D. out

39. A. spare

B. buy

C. kill

D. sell

40. A. game

B. word

C. meeting

D. dinner

第二部分:阅读理解(第一节20小题;第二节5小题;每小题2分,满分50分)

第一节: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,并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。

A

What can we do to motivate ourselves to accomplish our goals?

Here are some tips on how to get moving:

Decide what you want. It’s hard to motivate yourself when you don’t have a goal or objective. Set a goal and decide how you are going to go about it. Then break it down into smaller sections so it’s easier to deal with and less overwhelming.

Keep track of your progress. Keep a record or journal where you chart your progress. It can motivate you by estimating how far you have come and how much you have accomplished. Looking at it can also motivate you to keep pushing ahead.

Post motivating pictures or slogans on your fridge or elsewhere. It is always inspiring to see pictures of people who have accomplished what you’re going for. It makes it achievable and realistic. Likewise, little slogans like “go for it” or “just do it” can give you the little boost you need. Read inspiring or motivational quotes.

Remind yourself why you want this and focus on the end result. If you remind yourself that you want to be healthier, go for that promotion or just better yourself, it will re-establish why you are doing what you’re doing. It’s not unusual to hit an obstacle. Sometimes we forget what we set out to do and a little reminder is all we need to be refreshed.

Make it a habit. Once you have accomplished your goal or objective make it a habit. If it was to exercise or eat properly, keep it up. If it was to work for a promotion or any other one-time event, maintain the habit of self-improvement. Once it becomes a habit, it’s second nature to you and you don’t have to think about it anymore.

An interesting Tip:

If you are too organized or work on a task in the same way for too long, you can actually endager your motivation so you should walk away and take breaks every now and then. Change the conditions and timetable you’re working under. To do so will give you renewed energy and a fresh idea for the project.

41. To get moving, you should keep track of your progress. You needn’t _________.

   A. record your progress in your journal constantly

   B. regularly see how far you have gone

   C. check how much you have left unaccomplished

   D. make beautiful wishes for making greater progress

42. Your father is hoping to quit smoking, but recently he smokes again. What will you do to persuade him to keep up according to the passage?

   A. Reminding him of his primary purpose of quitting smoking

   B. Advising him to reduce smoking day by day

   C. Asking your mother to stop offering him money

   D. Thowing his cigrattes away the moment he smokes

43. Which of the following is the correct practice according to the passage?

   A. Keep telling your friends your recently plans.

   B. Put up a slogan “Nothing is impossible” in your room.

   C. Frequently ask your parents what to do next.

   D. Change your goals immediately if you hit obstacles.

44. The last paragraph can be best summarised by the saying “__________”.

   A. Hope for the worst and prepare for the best

   B. Where there is a will, there is a way

   C. All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy

   D. Health is better than wealth

B

Being a mother is apparently not like it was in the good old days.

  Today’s parents yearn for the golden age that their own mothers enjoyed in the 1970s and 1980s, researchers found. Mothers have less time to themselves and feel under greater pressure to handle work and family life than the previous generation. As a result, 88 per cent said they felt guilty about the lack of time they spent with their children.

The survey of 1,000 mothers also found that more than a third said they had less time to themselves than their mothers did – just three hours a week or 26 minutes a day. And 64 per cent said this was because they felt they ‘had’ to go out to work, while nearly a third (29 per cent) said they were under constant pressure to be the ‘perfect mother’, the report found.

Other findings showed social networking and parenting websites, as well as technology such as Skype, were important in providing help and support among female communities. Kate Fox, a member of the Social Issues Research Centre, which conducted the survey for Procter & Gamble, said: ‘With increasing pressure on mothers to work a “double shift” — to be the perfect mother as well as a wage-earner — support networks are more important than ever.

It comes as a separate report examining childcare in the leading industrialised nations found that working mothers in Britain spend just 81 minutes a day caring for their children as a ‘primary activity’. Mothers who stay at home, on the other hand, manage twice as much time – more than two and a half hours – looking after their offspring, according to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.

  Critics say the pressure on women to work long hours, and leave their offspring in the hands of nurseries or childminders, is putting the well-being of their children at risk.

  The study also reveals that, despite the fact that more and more modern mothers go out to work, the burden of childcare still falls on them - even if their husband is not in work. A father who is not in work tends to spend just 63 minutes a day looking after his child - 18 minutes less than a mother who goes out to work. Working fathers spare less than three quarters of an hour with their children.

45. What does the passage mainly talk about?

   A. The good old days of mothers in the 1970s and 1980s.

   B. The great sufferings of today’s children.

   C. The statistics of working mothers and full-time mothers.

   D. The big problems that today’s working mothers face.

46. What does the underlined phrase “yearn for” probably mearns ___________.

A. hate            B. miss           C. abandon         D. control

47. Which of the following problems is not mentioned in the passage?

A. Today’s mothers have less time left for their children and themselves.

B. The working mothers can hardly strike the balance between work and family.

C. Most of the mothers can not control their husbands nowadays.

D. Modern fathers do not spend enough time with their children.

48. From para. 4, we can infer that ___________.

   A. Working mothers can seek help on line

   B. Skype is a very famous expert in studying social issues

   C. Working mothers’ double shift is to be a wife and a mother

   D. Kate Fox has opened a websites offering help to working mothers

49. What critics say means that _____________.

   A. it is wise for working mothers to put their kids in nurseries or childminders

   B. too much time in nurseries or childminders is bad for kids’ mental and physical health

   C. nurseries or childminders are dangerrous places for children

   D. children do not like nurseries or childminders at all

C

At 10, Grace Morgan is a young fashionista and takes pains to dress in the latest styles. But her mom, Amy, works part-time and her husband was recently laid off, leaving little room in the family budget for designer-brand clothes.

So Grace didn’t ask her mom to open her wallet this fall to buy clothes. “Instead, she sold a pile of her own old jeans and shirts at a rummage sale and used what she earned together with discount coupons(优惠券) to get the stylish jeggings and tops she wanted for school”, says her mother. “Grace is learning ‘we have to make choices with our money’”, she adds.

The cost of raising kids is continuing to rise. A middle-income family can expect to shell out nearly a quarter of a million dollars, or $222,360, to raise a baby born in 2009 to age 18, according to the Department of Agriculture. That is up about 1.4% from 2007, before the economic downturn began and it doesn’t include college costs.

Now, with tight household budgets and a growing belief that today’s youth will face a lasting drop in their standard of living, many parents are working to reshape children’s expectations. Ms. Morgan is teaching Grace and her brother Noah, 13, to resist consumer pressures. “We very openly question such shows as ‘My Super Sweet 16’ on MTV, lauging at such excesses when a teen receives a Mercedes or opulent(豪华的) vacations”, she says. Both children have learned to enjoy inexpensive family camping vacations, and they sell items on eBay to raise cash for purchases. “The joke around our house is, if it’s not nailed down, they will sell it”, Ms. Morgan says.

In the past, money talk was taboo(禁忌语) in many families, and many parents sheltered children from financial realities. Parents want everything to be just great for our families. “It’s hard sometimes to set limits”, says Gina Maione Earles, chief executive of Mothers & More, a 4,100-member networking group, where teaching kids money skills is a popular topic at meetings.

But fewer families can afford to let their kids have a free hand. 24% of parents made back-to-school shopping budgets with their kids this year, up from 18% in 2006, says a Capital One survey of 500 households.

50. We learn from the passage that ten-year-old Grace _____________.

A. spends too much money on dresses                   B. learns to be economical

C. is a fan of ‘My Super Sweet 16’          D. is serious about study

51. By saying “we have to make choices with our money”, Grace’s mother means_________.

   A. children nowadays must learn to spend money reasonably

   B. children nowadays spend more than what parents earn

   C. it’s not so easy for parents to support children

   D. she is in favor of kids doing business to earn money

52. What was the average cost of raising a kid born in 2007 to 18 on average?

   A. $250,000           B. $222,360          C. $31,304        D. $219,247

53. Acording to the passage, Amy is a(an) ____________ mother.

   A. academic           B. powerful          C. sensible         D. hard-working

54. What is the writer’s purpose of writing this passage?

   A. To introduce a difficult family which struggles to fight aginst economic downturn.

   B. To appeal to parents to educate their children to be well behaved

   C. To show a tendency that parents are more and more reasonable on kids’ money skills

   D. To critisize a phenomenon that young kids are too crazy about fashion

D

David’s Haircut

When David steps out of the front door he is blinded for a moment by the white, strong sunlight and reaches for his dad’s hand automatically. It’s the first really warm day of the year, an unexpected heat that bridges the gap between spring and summer. Father and son are on their way to the barbershop, something they have always done together.

Always, the routine is the same. “It’s about time we got that mop of yours cut,” David’s dad will say, pointing at him with two fingers, a cigarette caught between them. “Perhaps I should do it. Where are those scissors, Janet?” Sometimes his dad runs after him round the living room, pretending to cut off his ears. When he was young, David used to get too excited and start crying, scared that maybe he really would lose his ears, but he has long since grown out of that.

Mr Samuels’ barbershop is in a long room above the chip shop, reached by a steep and worn flight of stairs. David follows his father. He loves the barbershop — it’s like nowhere else he goes. It smells of cigarettes and men and hair oil. Sometimes the smell of chips will climb the stairs along with a customer and when the door opens the waiting men lift their noses together. Black and white photographs of men with various out-of-fashion hairstyles hang above a picture rail at the end of the room, where two barber’s chairs are fixed to the floor. They are heavy, old-fashioned chairs with foot pumps that screams as Mr Samuels adjusts the height of the seat. In front of the chairs are deep sinks with a showerhead and long metal pipe attached to the taps, not that anyone seems to use them. Behind the sinks are mirrors and on either side of these, shelves overflowing with all types of plastic combs, shaving mugs, scissors, cut throat razors, hair brushes and, 10 bright red bottles of Brylcreem(男士发油), piled neatly in a pyramid. At the back of the room sit the customers, silent for most of the time, except when Mr Samuels breaks off from cutting and smoke his cigarette, sending a stream of grey-blue smoke like the tail of kite twisting into the air.

When it is David’s turn for a cut, Mr Samuels places a wooden board covered with a piece of red leather across the arms of the chair, so that the barber doesn’t have to bend to cut the boy’s hair. David scrambles up onto the bench.

“Hey, young man, you’re shooting up, you won’t need this soon, you’ll be able to sit in the chair,” the barber says.

“Wow,” says David, turning round to look at his dad, forgetting that he can see him through the mirror. “Dad, Mr Samuels said I could be sitting in the chair soon, not just on the board!”

“So I hear,” his father replies, not looking up from the paper. “I expect Mr Samuels will start charging me more for your hair then.”

“At least double the price,” said Mr Samuels, winking at David.

Finally David’s dad looks up from his newspaper and glances into the mirror, seeing his son looking back at him. He smiles.

“Wasn’t so long ago when I had to lift you onto that board because you couldn’t climb up there yourself,” he says.

“They don’t stay young for long do they, kids”, Mr Samuels declares. All the men in the shop nod in agreement. David nods too.

In the mirror he sees a little head sticking out of a long nylon cape. Occasionally he steals glances at the barber as he works. He smells a mixture of smelly sweat and aftershave as the barber moves around him, combing and cutting, combing and cutting.

David feels like he is in another world, noiseless except for the sound of the barber’s shoes rubbing on the plastic carpet and the click of his scissors. In the reflection from the window he could see through the window, a few small clouds moved slowly through the frame, moving to the sound of the scissors’ click.

Sleepily, his eyes dropping to the front of the cape where his hair falls softly as snow and he imagines sitting in the chair just like the men and older boys, the special bench left leaning against the wall in the corner. He thinks about the picture book of Bible stories his aunt gave him for Christmas, the one of Samson having his hair cut by Delilah. David wonders if his strength will go like Samson’s.

When Mr Samuels has finished, David hops down from the seat, rubbing the itchy hair from his face. Looking down he sees his own thick, blonde hair mixed among the browns, greys and blacks of the men who have sat in the chair before him. For a moment he wants to reach down and gather up the broken blonde hair, to separate them from the others, but he does not have time.

They reach the pavement outside the shop. “I tell you what, boy, let’s get some fish and chips to take home, save your mum from cooking tea,” says David’s dad and turns up the street.

The youngster is excited and catches his dad’s hand. The thick-skinned fingers close gently around his and David is surprised to find, warming in his father’s palm, a handful of his own hair.

55. How old is David most probably age according to the context?

   A. 2              B. 4              C. 10             D. 17

56. Why does the author describe the barbershop detailedly in David’s eyes in para. 3?

   A. Because David is not familiar with this place and tries to remember it.

   B. Because David develops great friendfish with the shop owner.

   C. Because the barbershop is a place that attracts him greatly.

   D. Because the barbershop is very traditional and David can see one nowhere else.

57. Saying “I expect Mr Samuels will start charging me more for your hair then”, David’s dad is ____________.

A. showing his proudness of his son’s growth

B. complaining about the price of the haircut

C. expressing his thanks to the shopowner’s kindness

D. counting his expense on his son’s haircut

58. The underlined sentence sugests that David ___________.

   A. looks down upon those old, grey-haired men

   B. feels extremely excited about becoming a bigger boy

   C. thinks blond hair is much more precious than other color

   D. is quite curious about his broken blonde hair

59. Which detail from the story best shows the deep love that father gives son?

   A. Dad runs after his son round the living room.

   B. Dad buys his son some fish and chips.

   C. Dad sees his son through the mirror.

   D. Dad holds some of his son’s hair in his palm.

60. What is the author’s tone of writing this passage?

   A. serious          B. light-hearted           C. critical          D. persuasive

第二节:下面是摘自www. chinadaily.com.cn的六则新闻报道,阅读这六则报道(A、B、C、D、E和F),掌握大意,然后将它们归入相应的新闻栏目中,并在答题纸上将相应选项的标号涂黑。选项中有一项是多余选项。

________ 61. Economy

________ 62. Opinion

________ 63. Foreign & Military Affairs

________ 64. Odd(奇怪) News

________ 65. Government & Policy

A. People first, not GDP         —By Qin Xiaoying (China Daily)

GDP has been one of the most frequently used buzzwords in China’s economic and social activities. It has often been mentioned not just by governments at various levels in their reports, documents and development plans, but also by officials in their official and unofficial talks and meetings.

With the rapid economic and social development over the past decades, some new problems and contradictions have emerged in China. This means that GDP should not be regarded as the only measurement of the country’s economic development and social progress. GDP does not reflect the real picture of the country’s social wealth distribution and the income growth among different social groups. Nor does the decades-long GDP-first model reflect the importance of environmental protection to the national economy.

B. China to control quality of raw materials       (Xinhua News Agency)

BEIJING — China’s State Food and Drug Administration (SFDA) required manufacturers of dietary supplements to tighten the control of raw materials in a circular issued on Friday.

Manufacturers are now required to review the qualifications of raw material suppliers and inspect the production of suppliers regularly, the SFDA said in the circular.The suppliers must improve the quality control of raw materials and manufacturers should develop a detailed record of raw material purchases so that the sources of raw materials can be easily tracked, the document said. The SFDA also asked its local branches to tighten the supervision of manufacturers who use expensive and rare extractions from animal and plants and imported raw materials. Manufacturers that use substandard raw materials to produce dietary supplements will be seriously punished, the document said.

C. Home prices in China continue to rise in February     (Xinhua News Agency)

BEIJING — Home prices in most major Chinese cities continued to rise month on month in February despite government efforts to cool the property market, according to the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) Friday.

Month-on-month price declines of new commercial homes were reported only in eight cities out of the NBS’ statistical pool of 70 major Chinese cities, prices stood unchanged in six cities, while 56 other cities posted monthly price gains.

As for resold housing units, home prices continued to increase in 50 major cities in February from January, only four cities reported second-hand home price declines month on month in February, according to the NBS.

D. Police nab 196 in pyramid selling fraud         (Xinhua News Agency)

NANNING — Chinese police have cracked down a pyramid selling ring involving 198 people that operated in Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region for five years, according to local public security authorities.

Many of the suspects were under judicial investigation and legal authorities have frozen or sequestrated their illegal assets, including 18 million yuan ($2.74 million) in 231 bank accounts, 17 vehicles and 25 apartments, according to economic crime officers with Guangxi’s Public Security Bureau.

Those who were trapped in the scam were required to seduce more people to join the scheme in the name of investing in the real estate market amid a regional development drive. Instead of selling any apartments, the ring made profit by cheating and forcing its members to turn in at least 50,800 yuan ($7,732) as operational fees. The ring, without registering any offices, just operated in hotels or rented houses.

E. China to give maximum support to quake relief: FM    (Xinhua News Agency)

KYOTO, Japan- Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi said Saturday that China will extend maximum support to cooperate with Japan in the relief operations and reconstruction work and expressed hope that Japan will overcome the nuclear crisis as soon as possible.

Yang made the remarks when he met with his Japanese counterpart Takeaki Matsumoto at the 5th Trilateral meeting of foreign ministers of Japan, China and South Korea held in Kyoto Saturday. Yang Jiechi first offered condolences to victims of the disaster on behalf of Chinese government and said Chinese people were deeply affected by the earthquake since China experienced a devastating earthquake in Sichuan province three years ago. Many Chinese nationals living in Japan also took part in the relief work to pull together with Japanese people in times of trouble.

Yang and Matsumoto also exchanged views on the situation in the Korean peninsula.

F. Man grows 20cm long fingernails            (chinadaily.com.cn)

A man shows the “fruit” of 15 years of hard work — 20-centimeter-long fingernails — in Haikou city, South China’s Hainan province, March 13, 2011.

The man surnamed Feng said he has been growing his fingernails for 15 years, and had once intended to apply for a Guinness World Record. However, he gave up after breaking his nails twice.

The longest one of the 4 fingernails exceeds 20 centimeters, and others grow either in a “spiral” or “scimitar” shape.

第Ⅱ卷(共40分)

第三部分:写作(共两节,满分40分)

第一节:短文改错(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)

下面短文中有10处错误。请在有错误的地方增加、删除或修改某个单词。

增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧),并其下面写上该加的词。

删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。

修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写上修改后的词。

注意:1. 每处错误及其修改均仅限一词。

2. 只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。

 

例如:It was very nice to get your invitation to spend  ∧ weekend with you. Luckily

                                             the

I was completely free then, so I’ll  to  say “yes”. I’ll arrive in Bristol at around 8 p.m.

am                                                                    in Friday evening.

on

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Sandwich was an Englishman, he lived in the 18th century. Sandwich was rich,

 

but he enjoyed play cards for money. He often played for 24 hours, and didn’t even

 

stop to have his meal. He ordered his servants bring him some meat and bread.

 

They put the meat between two pieces of bread and hold the food in his left hand

 

while he played cards with his right one hand. People liked Sandwich’s idea, but

 

from then in they ate bread and meat as Sandwich did.

 

From his name, Sandwich, we have a word of the food sandwich today.

 

第二节:书面表达(满分30分)

据调查,5年前高中生在校期间每周平均花费50元,到2011年他们的周平均开销已增至90元。请你根据这一信息,以“High School Students Are Spending More”为题,用英语为你校校报写一篇100~120词的短文,要点如下:

1. 简要描述近几年高中生在校期间每周的开支情况;

2. 分析原因(如物价上涨、家庭条件改善……);

3. 发表你对此现象的简短评论。

注意:短文的标题已给出(不计词数)。

自选模块   英语

题号:05

阅读理解

阅读下面短文,并根据短文后的要求答题。

Sometimes people come into your life and you come to realize that they were meant to be there, to serve some sort of purpose, teach you a lesson, or to help you figure out whom you are or who you want to become. You never know who these people may be (possibly your roommate, neighbor, co-worker, long-lost friend, lover, or even a complete stranger).  ① 

And sometimes things happen to you that may seem horrible, painful, and unfair at first, but in reflection you find that without overcoming those obstacles you would have never realized your potential, strength, willpower or heart. Everything happens for a reason. Nothing happens by chance or by means of good luck.     Without these small tests, whatever they may be, life would be like a smoothly paved, straight, flat road to nowhere. It would be safe and comfortable, but dull and utterly pointless.

The people you meet who affect your life, and the success and downfalls you experience, help to create who you are and who you become.     If someone hurts you, betrays you, or breaks your heart, forgive them, for they have helped you learn about trust and the importance of being cautious when you open your heart. If someone loves you, love them back unconditionally, not only because they love you, but because in a way, they are teaching you to love and how to open your heart and eyes to things. Make every day count.      Talk to people that you have never talked to before, and actually listen. Let yourself fall in love, break free, and set your sights high, hold your head up because you have every right to. Tell yourself you are a great individual and believe in yourself, for if you don’t believe in yourself, it will be hard for others to believe in you.

第一节               根据短文内容,从A、B、C、D和E中选出最适合填入短文空缺处的选项,并将序号及相应答案写在答题纸上。选项中有一项是多余选项。

A. In fact they are probably the most miserable and important ones.

B. But when you lock eyes with them, you know in an instant that they will affect your life in some way.

C. Appreciate every moment and take from those moments everything that you possibly can, for you may never be able to experience it again.

D. Things often turn out in an unfavorable way that you reluctantly expect.

E. Illness, injury, love, brilliant achievements, and sheer stupidity all occur to test the limits of your soul.

第二节   根据短文所给的信息,用一个完整的句子回答下面的问题,并将序号及相应答案写在答题纸上。

⑤ What is the second paragraph mainly about?

 

题号:06

填空

阅读下面短文,在标有序号的空白处填入一个适当的词,或填入括号中单词的正确形式,并将序号及相应答案写在答题纸上。

If I were a boy again, I would cultivate courage. “Nothing is so mild and gentle as courage, nothing so cruel and pitiless as cowardice(懦弱),” says a wise author.

We too often borrow trouble, and fear that may never appear. The fear of ill ecxeeds the ill we fear. Dangers will     in any career, but presence of mind will often conquer the worst of them. Be     (prepare) for any fate, and there is no harm to be feared. If I were a boy again I would look on the cheerful side.

Life is very much like a     : if you smile upon it, it smiles back upon you; but if you frwon and look doubtful on it, you will get the      look in return. Inner sunshine     (warm) not only the heart of the owner, but of all that come in contact with it. “Who shuts love out, in turn shall be shut from love.” If I were a boy again, I would school myself to say “No” oftener. I might write pages on the importance of rising very early in life to gain that point      a young boy can stand straight, and decline doing an unworthy act because it is unworthy.

If I were a boy again, I would demand of myself more courtesy(谦恭有礼) towards my companions and friends and indeed towards strangers     well. The smallest courties along the rough     of life are like the little birds that sing to us all winter long, and make that season of ice and snow more enduarable(可忍受的).     , instead of trying hard to be happy, as if that were the only purpose of life, I would, if I were a boy again, try still     to make others happy.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2011年高考模拟试卷  英语参考答案及评分标准

一、  单项选择:(每小题0.5分,共10分)

1-5  DCCCA     6-10 BBBCD     11-15 BAABC     16-20 DAADB

二、  完型填空:(每小题1分,共20分)

21-25 ABDBC    26-30 CDBAA    31-35 BDCBA      36-40 CDBBD

三、  阅读理解:(每小题2分,共5分)

41-44 DABC     45-49 DBCAB     49-54 BADCC     55-60 CCABDB  

61-65 CAEFB

四、  短文改错:

Sandwich was an Englishman, he lived in the 18th century. Sandwich was rich,

                        who

but he enjoyed play cards for money. He often played for 24 hours, and didn’t even

           playing

stop to have his meal. He ordered his servants /\ bring him some meat and bread.

            meals                    to

They put the meat between two pieces of bread and hold the food in his left hand

He                                        held

while he played cards with his right one hand. People liked Sandwich’s idea, but

                                                           and/so

from then in they ate bread and meat as Sandwich did.

        on

From his name, Sandwich, we have a word of the food sandwich today.

                                      the

五、书面表达:(满分30分)

One possible version:

High School Students Are Spending More

High school students are spending more. Five years ago, the average expense of high school students was about 50 yuan per week. But up until now, students’ weekly expense, which is 90 yuan, has almost doubled. Certainly, boys tend to spend more than girls.

There are several reasons for this increase. First, as is known to us all, the price of goods is ever growing. Second, with the improvement of living conditions, parents earn more than before. Therefore, they give their children more money, hoping to provide better life for them. Besides, most of the teenagers are jewels of their grandparents, from whom they gain quite a sum.

No matter how much money we get, we must learn to be reasonable. It is not how much we spend but how we spend that counts.

一、评分原则

1、本题总分为30分,按5个档次给分。

2、评分时,应根据文章的内容和语言初步确定其所属档次,然后以该档次的要求衡量,确定或调整档次,最后给分。

3、词数少于80和多于120的,从总分中减去2分。

4、评分时,应注意的主要内容:内容要点、应用词汇和语法结构的数量和准确性、上下文连贯性及语言的得体性。

5、拼写与标点符号是语言准确性的一个方面,评分时,应视其对交际的影响程度予以考虑。英、美拼写及词汇用法均可接受。

6、如书写较差,以至影响交际,将分数降低一个档次。

二、内容要点:①表格中的信息即调查结果 ②分析原因至少两条或以上 ③你的看法 ④合理的建议。

三、各档次的给分范围和要求:

第五档次(很好):(25-30分)完全完成了试题规定的任务。

-覆盖所有内容要点。

-应用较多的语法结构和词汇。

-语法结构或词汇方面有些许错误,但为尽力使用较复杂结构或较高级词汇所致;具备较强的语言运用能力。

-有效地使用了语句间的连接成分,使全文结构紧凑。

完全达到了预期的写作目的。

第四档(好)(19-24分)

完全完成了试题规定的任务。

-虽漏掉1、2个次重点,但覆盖所有主要内容。

-应用的语法结构和词汇能满足任务的要求。

-语法结构或词汇方面应用基本准确,些许错误主要是因尝试复杂语法结构或词汇所致。
-应用简单的语句间的连接成分,使全文结构紧凑。

达到了预期的写作目的。

第三档(适当):(13-18)

基本完成了试题规定的任务。

-虽漏掉一些内容,但覆盖所有主要内容。

-应用的语法结构和词汇能满足任务的要求。

-有一些语法结构或词汇方面的错误,但不影响理解。

-应用简单的语句间的连接成分,使全文内容连贯。

整体而言,基本达到了预期的写作目的。

第二档(较差):(7—12分)

未恰当完成试题规定的任务。

-漏掉或未描述清楚一些主要内容,写了一些无关内容。

-语法结构单调,词汇知识有限。

-有一些语法结构或词汇方面的错误,影响了对写作内容的理解。

-较少使用语句间的连接成分,内容缺少连贯性。

信息未能清楚地传达给读者。

第一档(差):(1-6分)

未完成试题规定的任务。

-明显遗漏主要内容,写一些无关内容,原因可能是未理解试题要求。

-语法结构单调、词汇项目有限。

-较多语法结构或词汇方面的错误,影响对写作内容的理解。

-缺乏语句间的连接成分,内容不连贯。

信息未能传达给读者。

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未能传达给读者任何信息;内容太少、无法评判;写的内容均与所要求内容无关或所写内容无法看清。

四、说明

1. 内容要点可用不同方式表达

2. 对紧扣主题的适当发挥不予扣分

 

 

自选综合  参考答案:

题号:05

①     ② E  ③ A  ④ C 

⑤ Life is not a smooth road.

题号:06

① arise/ appear/ occur  ② prepared  ③ mirror  ④ same  ⑤ warms

 ⑥ where  ⑦ as  ⑧ roads/ paths  ⑨ Finally/ Eventually/ Therefore  ⑩ harder

 

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