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辽宁省沈阳市大东区2014届高三年级质量监测卷(二)英语试卷

辽宁省沈阳市大东区2014届高三年级质量监测卷(二)英语试卷


2014 年沈阳市大东区九年级英语质量监测卷(二)
第一部分 选择题(三大题:共 60 分)
一、单项填空(共 15 小题:每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 从 A、B、C、D 中选出可以填入空白处的最佳答案。 1. Swimming is _______ useful skill. You can save people’s lives if you swim well. Aa B an C the D 不填 2. Aunt Li has never been outside China. She would like to visit other _______. A families B addresses C neighbours D countries 3. When the phone rang. I didn’t answer it because I _______ a shower. A had B have C was having D am having 4. Carl is forgetful, but he _______ forgets where he parks his car. A ever B still C never D also 5. There was a problem _______ the electricity bill last month. It’s ¥500! A with B below C from D over 6. Monica does badly in physics. But she got _______ marks in her class this time. A good B better C best D the best 7. Here’s a long dress. It will _______ nice on me. A seem B look C feel D sound 8. You won’t play the piano well _______ you practice every day. A when B though C since D unless 9. The vegetables in street markets are cheaper than _______ in shops. A that B those C this D these 10. – I’ve won the Best Writer Award (奖项). -- _______. You’ve done well. A That’s kind of you B It’s very terrible C I’m happy for you D Sorry to hear that 11. What an unusual boy _______! His friends worked for him happily. A Tom was B was Tom C Tom did D did Tom 12. If you stop smoking, you _______ breathe much better. A should B can C need D must 13. – Excuse me, _______ is the post office? – About 700 miters away. A how far B how long C how often D how soon 14. She wasn’t able to go upstairs to the _______ floor. It’s too high. A eighteen B eighteenth C eight D eighth 15. Some main roads _______ in our city next week. A are repaired B are repairing C will repair D will be repaired 二、完型填空(共 15 小题:每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 阅读短文,根据内容从 A、B、C、D 中选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。 Has your friend been hiding something from you? Secrets in general can break ___16___ for a lot of reasons. Perhaps you feel your friend ___17___ trust you. On the other hand, you might look at your friend ___18___ after you learn about the secret. It’s interesting how word travels ___19___ certain things. You might have already heard

about your friend’s secret, and you may be ___20___ at why your friend hasn’t shared it with you yet. But be patient with your friend. There could be ___21___ reasons why they haven’t told the details on their secret. If your friend trusts you and ___22___ it, it’s likely you two will become closer. If they do not trust you, ___23___ time to take a look at your past behaviour. Have you given your friend a reason to doubt you? If you’ve made a ___24___ of gossiping (散布流言蜚语) about your friend, then you are ___25___ going to be the last person they will trust with a secret. The only way to build up trust again is to ___26___ that you are a great friend. If you feel your friend’s secret is destructive (毁灭性的) (they are smoking, etc.), you can ___27___ them you care about them. If your friend is open to talk, th at’s great. If not, you might need to wait ___28___ they are ready. If your friend’s secret is not destructive, ___29___ it to them to bring it up. Again, their reasons for hiding it may have ___30___ to do with you. 16. A relationship B trouble C friendship D happiness 17. A don’t B didn’t C won’t D wouldn’t 18. A differently B freely C simply D usually 19. A between B along C through D about 20. A busy B excited C tired D angry 21. A no B much C many D few 22. A welcomes B gives C shares D keeps 23. A there’s B it’s C he’s D here’s 24. A habit B record C use D nature 25. A probably B impossibly C slowly D quickly 26. A know B prove C learn D remember 27. A talk B speak C say D tell 28. A until B before C after D if 29. A show B take C leave D throw 30. A nothing B everything C something D anything 三、阅读理解(共 20 小题:每小题 1.5 分, 满分 30 分) 阅读下列短文,然后根据其内容从 A、B、C、D 中选出最佳选项。 A If parents had job descriptions (描述), mine would read: organize bills, playmates, laundry (洗衣服), meals snacks and shopping. The only thing on my husband’s description would be the word “fun”. His style is a nonstop adventure. No one has to worry about washing their hands or eating vegetables. My style is different. I’m too busy worrying to be fun. I bought my children bubble gum (泡泡糖), flavoured toothpaste and taught them how to brush their teeth. Yet they like it more when my husband taught them to spit out water between their two front teeth like a fountain. I can make sure my children are safe, warm, and dry. I’ll stand in line for five hours so the children can be first in line to see the latest Disney movie. But I can’t wire the VCR (为录像机接 线) so my children can watch their favourite video. I can carry my children in my arms when they are tired and kiss them goodnight. But I can’t flip them upside down so they can walk on the ceiling.

As a mother I can do a lot of things for my children, but no matter how hard I try, I can never be their father. 31. Which of the following can best explain the main idea of the text? A. Nice job descriptions. B. A father’s job is unique. C. A nonstop adventure. D. The things for children. 32. The text is probably written by _______. A a mother B a father C a student D a teacher 33. The text seems to tell us that the writer _______. A is good at a nonstop adventure B worries about nothing special C is good at teaching children D has little time to get pleasure 34. In order to give children good position in the cinema, the writer _______. A would rather do nothing but wire the VCR B could make sure for her children’s safety C would rather stand in line for five hours D can carry children and kiss them goodnight 35. Which of the following is the right order to show something the writer do es? A acb B cba C bca D cab B Several years ago, a television reporter was talking to three of the most important people in America. One was a very rich banker, another owned one of the largest companies in the world, and the third owned many buildings in the centre of New York. The reporter was talking to them about being important. “How do we know if someone is really important?” the reporter asked the banker. The banker thought for a few moments and then said, “I think anybody who is invited to the White House to meet the President of the United States is really important.” The reporter then turned to the owner of the very large company “Do you agree with that?” she asked. The man shook his head, “No. I think the President invites a lot of people to the White House. You’d only be important if while you were visiting the President, there was a telephone call from the president of another country, and the President of the US said he was too busy to answer it.” The reporter turned to the third man. “Do you think so?” “No, I don’t,” he said. “I don’t think that makes the visitor important. That makes the President important.” “Then what would make the visitor important?” the reporter and the other two men asked. “Oh, I think if the visitor to the White House was talking to the President and the phone rang, and the President picked up the receiver, listened and then said, ‘It’s for you.’” 36. How many persons do you think were talking about being important? A Two B Three C Four D Five 37. The third man is probably the richest among the three because he _______. A was the owner of many buildings in the centre o f New York B owned one of the largest companies in the world C had worked as a television reporter for many years D used to be invited to the White House to meet the President
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38. Why did the second man disagree with the banker? A Nobody was lucky enough to be invited B There were many people invited to the White House C Not all could be invited by the President D The President from another country was very busy. 39. The underlined word “you” in the text refers to “_____ __”. A the reporter B the President C the banker D the visitor 40. Do you think the discussion about being important was in agreement at last? A Yes. B No. C Perhaps. D Nearly. C In recent years, we’ve been hearing a lot about 3D technology. Following Avatar, many 3D films have hit theatres across the world. Following their successes, the next generation of TV sets are almost here. Most of the TV sets in our homes now are 2D TVs. But in the near future, many of us will have 3D TVs. Famous TV manufactures like Samsung, Sony and Panasonic have made their 3D TV sets in 2010. And other manufactures are on their way. 3D is a new trend in future television sets. It is a change that can be compared to the jump from black and white TV to colour TV. Armed with a 3D television and a pair of 3D TV glasses, you could soon be experiencing the breathtaking realism (真实) of 3D movies in your own home! Meanwhile, television manufactures are working hard t produce better 3D TVs. There are already 3D TVs which can be viewed without 3D TV glasses. So why not choose a 3D TV and enjoy a new audiovisual (视听的) experience? 41. What do you know about Avatar? A The name of the TV play. B The name of a 3D movie. C A way of 3D technology. D The next generation of TVs. 42. What does the underlined word “trend” mean in Chinese? A 规格 B 趋势 C 价位 D 材质 43. From the passage, we know that the first generation of TV sets were _______. A 2D TV B 3D TV C colour TV D black and white TV 44. At present, watching most of the 3D TVs at home needs _______. A a pair of 3D TV glasses B cinemas and theatres C some of the new changes D the breathtaking realism 45. What suggestion do you think the writer gives us in the passage? A Go to see 3D movies as soon as possible. B Go to visit some famous TV manufactures. C Work hard to produce better 3D TVs. D Buy a 3D TV for a new audiovisual experience. D I was the tallest girl in my class when I started school. It made me feel big, which, in a world that promotes (倡导) small, made me believe I was fat. The small girls were seen as being cuter. They got more attention form teachers and were more popular. Hating myself for not being small began when I was 7 years old and by adulthood, I was convinced I was fat and ugly. All I saw in the mirror was big and ugly. Then one day, I did something kind for myself.

It began with spending a few extra dollars to buy the good brand of jam. Yum! Then I spent a day at home watching movies. Each small kindness I did for myself made me love myself more. I’d do something loving and feel happier, which made me want to do more. That focus on self grew into deep self -love. I never thought I could really love myself. But today my self-love is very strong. It’s helped me develop strong self-confidence, and lead me to reinvent (彻底改造) myself from an unhappy school teacher to writing popular books and counseling (提供咨询) people. Now I see myself as beautiful. Every little loving act you do for yourself is a brick (砖头) in the foundation (基础) of self-love. 46. What do you think the passage mainly tells us? A Being fat and ugly is one’s fault. B Small girls want to be cuter. C Loving yourself most of all D Being tall is everyone’s dream. 47. The writer seems to think being small in today’s world is _______. A even happier B much easier C more popular D less cuter 48. Spending a few extra dollars and watching movies at home changed the writer because _______. A the more kindness she did for herself, the happier she felt B she realized something happy would really happen to her C She bought the good brand of jam outside for herself D all the things she did for herself made her do even more 49. In the writer’s opinion, strong self-confidence is based on _______. A what you see in the mirror B self-development C what you do every day D deep self-love 50. What job do you think the writer possibly does? A A shop assistant B A housewife C A school teacher

D A brick maker

第二部分 非选择题(四大题,共 90 分)
四、回答问题(共 15 小题:每小题 2 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下列短文,然后根据其内容回答所提问题。 A

Grammar
_________________________________________

Matters

by patty Gibbons Saunier Name That Part Name the part of speech for each underlined word. a. The saggy chair cushion needs to be replaced. A noun B verb C adjective b. Swimming after dark is prohibited. A noun B verb C adjective c. Dave drove around for hours looking for his dog. A verb B a dverb C preposition

Answers: a. C adjective Chair is usually a noun, but here it modifies cushion. b. A noun This looks like a verb, but it is a noun in this sentence. c. B adverb It modifies drove. 51. What is the above questionnaire about? 52. Who designs the questionnaire? 53. How many questions are needed to answer? 54. Which word in the last sentence has the same part of speech (词性) with swimming? B English writer Richard Avis is traveling around the w orld looking for people who share his birthday. He has planned to meet forty of his “time twins” around the world. Richard says he is really interested in their lives. He has also decided to write about his experiences in his new book. So far, Richard has met nine different people who share his birthday, including an actor in New York City, the mayor of an Italian town and a writer in Ireland. In the coming months, he plans on traveling to Australia, Thailand, Russia and some other cities to meet more special people born on December 1, 1974. If you know someone who shares the same birth date as Richard, you can tell him at this e-mail address: richard@culturpology.com. 55. Where does Richard Avis come from? 56. Why does Richard search his “time twins”? 57. What job does the person from New York City do? 58. When will Richard go to more places to meet the special people? 59. How old is Richard Avis? 60. What is Richard’s e-mail address? C Say you want to invite a friend to your birthday party. You can sand a simple text massage, but that would be boring. Instead, why not send a cartoon picture of a cake?

Emoji are creative picture-like characters that people use to show their emotions (感情) in a text massage or e-mail. Most emoji are yellow faces that show human emotion. There are also little images that represent symbols, shapes, animals and food. Emoji has long been popular among cell phone user in Asia. They first came out in Japan in the 1990s. At that time, e-mail was just taking off in Japan. But people found that the short and simple text couldn’t communicate well. People find it funny and quick to send a emoji of mood (心情) or joke in text. Emoji plays the role that nonverbal (非语言的) communication, like hand gestures, does in conversation but on a cell phone. Today, there are about 845 emoji. Some of the most popular emoji that people use are the heart shape and laughing-crying face, according to The Wire. 61. What colour are most emoji? 62. Besides symbols and shapes, what other emoji can we use? 63. Where did emoji come out in the 1990s? 64. How do people feel when they use the emoji? 65. Do people always use all the 845 emoji? 五、短文填空(共 15 小题:每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) A)阅读短文,从方框中选出可以填入文中空白处的单词。 or believe fo r modern anyway who must
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Last month, I returned home to attend my eider sister ’s wedding. Although it was a very ___66___ one, my sister kept one tradition that comes from an old English poem which says that a bride (新娘) ___67___ wear: “Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue.” Something old is something passed on from the bride’s family. It could be an heirloom (传家 宝) that has been in the family for ___68___. This is meant to show a connection with the bride’s family. Something new brings hope ___69___ the future of the couple. It can be the new wedding dress ___70___ new shoes. Something borrowed is from one of the bride’s friends ___71___ have a happy marriage. It is believed to bring some of the friend’s luck in her marriage to the bride. Last is something blue, which comes from ___72___ poem: “Marry in blue, husband be true.” This means that a bride who wears blue will have a faithful (忠诚的) husband. It could be blue on her jewelry. These days, most brides do not ___73___ that wearing these items will really bring them good luck. However, they wear them ___74___ in recognition that traditions are important. B) 阅读短文,用括号中所给词的适当形式填空。 Did you ever dream of food falling from the sky? Well, your dream’s come true with Jafflechutes. Located ___75___ (fifth) floors above street level in Melbourne, the Australian restaurant delivers food using parachutes (降落伞). Jafflichutes ___76___ (sell) jaffle (a toasted sandwich). You place an order and pay on ___77___ (they) website, leaving a preferred delivery time,

then find a chalk “X” on the sidewalk and wait. If you’re lucky, you’ll soon see wrapped (包好的) jaffles ___78___ (fly) out of the window on small parachutes. Your name is no the wrapper so you ___79___ (will) take other people’s orders. The restaurant may choose another day and throw down a bunch of free jaffles to apologize if you pick a ___80___ (wind) day and miss yours. 六、综合阅读(共 10 小题:每小题 2 分,满分 20 分) 阅读短文,然后按要求完成第 81~90 小题。 A Let’s play a game: Rock-scissors-paper. (A) A lot of kids like it best. Ready? 3…2…1… What did you choose? It’s common sense to think that we have a 1 in 3 chance of winning. But did you know that we don’t play randomly (随机地). Instead, we follow hidden patterns (模式). And we can use these to win more games! According to classical game theory, players should choose randomly, so (B) they can be unpredictable (不可预测的). So as you may expect, each competitor chose each action on third of the time. Chinese scientists asked 360 students to compete in a rock-scissors-paper match at Zhejiang University. (C) Each one of them then played 300 rounds of the game. However, when looking closely at the data, scientists found a surprising pattern. Winners like to choose the (D) _______ action they won with, while the loser would like to change to the next action in a clockwise direction. That is to say if the winner chose paper, they ’d choose paper next time. While the loser would choose a rock, then scissors, then paper if they failed to win a game. (E) 这就是所谓的 the “win-stay lose-shift (赢留输变)” strategy. Though the game is (F) simple, rock-scissors-paper is seen as a useful model for studying competitive behavior in humans – in financial trading (金融贸易) for example. Finding t hese hidden patterns will give you the winning edge in your next game. So why (G) _______ try it out? Find a friend and challenge them to rock-scissors-paper! 将划线部分(A)改写为 It is a lot of _______ _______. 划线部分(B)在文中指代的是 写出划线部分(C)和(F)的同义词或近义词 在划线部分(D)和(G)的空白处各填入一个适当的单词 将划线部分(E)译成英语 B While many people walk away from rest-life problems, four students at Alice Deal Middle School in Washington D.C. faced them head on and made a difference. The four testified (作证) at the Washington D.C. Council (议会) in mid February. They successfully (A) _______ the government to build a bus shelter (遮蔽处) at a bus stop near their school. Ben Korn, 13, told the council a story of him waiting for the bus (B) 当时正下着雨. He waited for more than an hour. By the time he got home, he was cold and wet. “I know many students have faced similar situations. That is why we are here.” Ben said. According to the regulations (规定) of the city, a bus stop can (C) only have a bus shelter if it is used by at least 40 people a day. The students counted at least 100 each day at the Nebraska Avenue stop. Aysha Nunes, 14, showed the data to the officers at the meeting. Joe Inglima, 13, presented a bird’s-eye view of the possible location for the shelter. Isaac Frumkin, 13, offered one final argument: “(D) The shelter would come at no cost to D.C. taxpayers 81. 82. 83. 84. 85.
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(纳税人).” They found that the government planned to build up to 788 bus shelters in 2005 so that a company could put advertisements on them. So far, they ’ve built 745, leaving plenty of (E) room for new shelters. These strong arguments won applause (赞同) at the meeting. The shelter was built late last month. Mary M. Cheh, transportation committee chairman, praised the student ’s hard work. “It’s never (F) _______ early for people to care about their community,” Cheh said.
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86. 在划线部分(A)和(F)的空白处各填入一个适当的单词 87. 将划线部分(B)译成英语 88. 写出划线部分(C)和(E)的同义词或近义词 89. 将划线部分(D)改写为 D.C. taxpayers would _______ no _______ on the shelters. 90. 在文中找出两个学生的姓名 七、书面表达(共两节:A 节 5 分,B 节 20 分,满分 25 分) A)阅读短文,然后根据其内容从方框 A~E 中选出可以填入空白处的正确答案。 Global warming often makes headlines these days. Why is it so important? A group of scientists attended ___1___, and listed the “eight reasons to worry about global warming”. Both coastal (临海的) and inland flooding are a major threat (威胁) to people’s lives. Meanwhile, in rural (农村的) areas, water shortages will ___2___. Farming is affected. Because of warming, drought (干旱) and heavy rain, more people will go hungry. Some fish and other animals could be in trouble. ___3___ for people who depend on them. There are also some relatively new risks. Extreme weather, like sto rms, can damage some of the things we need every day, like electricity, running water and emergency services. Heat waves, ___4___, are a huge risk to the elderly and very young. Scientists made the list to warn people that Earth is at a turning point (转折点). If governments act now, ___5___, but only if “strong actions” are taken, said a report by scientists.

A especially in cities B a UN meeting in Tokyo late March C some of the risks could be cut D That’s not good E make the poor even poorer

B)以“It’s _______ to protect the Earth”为题写篇小短文,词数 80~100。内容包括: 1. 确定主题,并说明其原因; 2. 围绕主题,简要叙述; 3. 讲述一段与主题有关的故事或经历。 要求: 1. 补全标题(参考词汇:important, necessary, hard, dangerous 等) 2. 字迹工整,内容完整连贯,语言准确规范; 3. 鼓励写出真情实感,对紧扣主题的适当发挥不予扣分; 4. 作文中可以使用亲身经历或虚构的故事,也可以参照阅读材料的内容,但不能直接
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引用原文中的句子; 5. 作文中不要出现考生的真实校名和姓名。 Protecting the Earth is _______ We live on a beautiful home – the Earth, which is shared by human beings, animals and plants. However, our home is in danger now. In this case, protecting the Earth is ____________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ ________________________

参考答案
第一部分 选择题 1.A 2.D 3.C 15.D 16.C 17.B 29.C 30.A 31.B 43.D 44.A 45.D 4.C 18.A 32.A 46.C 5.A 19.D 33.D 41.C 6.D 20.D 34.C 48.A 7.B 21.C 35.B 49.D 8.D 9.B 10.C 11.A 12.B 13.A 14.B 22.C 23.B 24.A 25.A 26.B 27.D 28.A 36.C 37.A 38.B 39.D 40.B 41.B 42.B 50.C 52. Patty Gibbons Saunier 54. Dog 56. Because he is really interested in their 58. In the coming moths 60. It’s richard@calturpology.com. 62. Animals and food. 64. Funny 66. modern 68. years 70. or 72. another 74. anyway 76. sells 78. flying 80. windy 82. the players 84. same not 86. advising too 88. just places/space 90. Ben Korn Joe Inglima

第二部分 非选择题 51. Grammar Matters 53. 3 55. Richard comes from England. lives. 57. The person is an actor. 59. 40 61. Yellow 63. In Japan. 65. No 67. must 69. for 71. who 73. believe 75. five 77. their 79. won’t 81. Kids’ favourite 83. Everyone easy 85. This is so-called. 87. while it was raining 89. spend money

阅读与表达 A)1.B 2.E 3.D 4.A 5.C B)略


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