2015黄山一模安徽省黄山市2015届高中毕业班上学期第一次质量检测英语试题


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黄山市 2015 届高三上学期第一次质量检测

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本试卷分第 I 卷(选择题)和第Ⅱ卷(非选择题)两部分。满分 150 分。考试时间 120 分钟。 答案应写在答题卷上,不能答在试题卷上。

第 I 卷选择题(共 115 分)
第一部分:听力(共两节,满分 30 分) 第一节(共 5 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 7.5 分) 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最佳选项, 并标在试卷的相应位置,听完每段对话后,你都有 10 秒钟的时问来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题, 每段对话仅读一遍。 1.What does the mail want to do? A.Open the window. B.Go outside. C.Change their office. 2.What does the man suggest doing? A.Asking the guide. B.Checking the catalog. C.Asking other visitors. 3.What is the man's problem? A.The number of tigers is falling. B.There's not much room for the tigers. C.The tigers won't stay in the cages. 4.What relation is the man to the woman? A.Her colleague. B.Her family doctor C.Her husband. 5.Where does the conversation probably take place? A.At a bank. B.At the customs. C.At a visa office. 第二节(共 15 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 22.5 分) 听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有儿个小题,从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选 出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各个小题,每小题 5 秒钟,听完后,各小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间,每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第 6 段材料,回答第 6 和第 7 题。 6.What do we know about the woman? A.She knows little about Hawaii weather. B.She tikes rainy weather. C.She likes places with extreme weather. 7.What can we learn about Alaska's summer? A.It's very hot. B.It's extremely cold. C.It's pretty warm. 听第 7 段材料,回答第 8 和第 9 题 。 8.Where does the woman suggest going at first? A.McDonald's. B.Pizza Hut. C.KFC. 9.What do we know about the woman? A.She feels like the special pizza. B.She doesn't care for ham.
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C.She would like a large pizza. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 10 至第 12 题。 10.What happened to (lie man? A.He had an accident. B.He was almost hit. C.He fell and got hurt 11.What did the driver do? A.He moved his car. B.He said sorry. C.He drove off. 12.What do we know about the man? A.He was a bad driver himself, B.He was reading a newspaper when crossing tile road. C.He forgot the license number of the car. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 13 至 16 题。 13.What are the speakers mainly talking about? A.News they care about. B.Result of an election. C.Ads of new product 14.What's the front page mainly about? A.The presidential election. B.Big business news. C.Chinese news. 15.What report has the daily business news printed about? A. An article on drugs. B.A new market in Japan. C.The special economic zone near Paris. 16.What can we learn from the conversation? A.The woman will set up a branch in Japan. B.The man's company has a branch in Paris. C.The man wrote several letters about drags. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 17 至 20 题。 17.How many people came to visit Thailand last year? A.900,000. B.6,000,000. C.9,000,000. 18.What do we know about Phuket? A.It's an island. B.It's a small village. C.It's a large city. 19.What can we know about (lie weather in Thailand? A.It's always cool. B.It's on the whole very hot. C.It's very hot in summer and very cold in winter. 20.When is the best time to visit Thailand? A.From July to Sept. B.From March to May. C.From Nov.to Feb. 第二部分:英语语言知识运用(共两节,满分 45 分) 第一节:单项填空(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 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,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 21.Dance is_ universal language and it has the power to break down __ difficulty of language and culture. A.a; the B.an; the C.a; a D.an ; a 22.___Chinese which city is famous for ice and snow, and the answer is sure to be Harbin.
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A.If you ask a B.Asking some C.Ask any D.Having asked ever 23.It would be a great idea if you travelled in the __of someone who is familiar with this region. A.response B.company C.introduction D.arrangement 24.No matter how tough a reform is, it will succeed if we have the determination to ___the barriers of interests. A.cut down B.break through C.tear up D.knock off 25.Some great people can see possibilities __ others see only problems. A.that B.what C.which D.where 26.It was __ Jenny's timely help that we accomplished the task on time. A.in addition to B, according to C.owing to D.ill relation to 27.This film, __ for kids under 13, is on in the central cinema these days. A.intending B.to intend . C.being intended D.intended 28.We __ here at lunch time; we were delayed at the airport, though. A.could he B.should be C, must have been D.would have been 29.Sony.I didn't answer your phone, for I _ with a trade partner from Tanzania. A.negotiated B.was negotiating C.had negotiated D.would be negotiated 30.Cultural shock is a feeling __ most travelers experience in a foreign country __ they find the culture is quite different from that of their own. A.that; which B.which; that C.which; where D.when; where 31.For the millions and millions of people living in modern times, they might have to change their diets, especially ____ with poorer nutrition quality. A.those B.ones C.it D.that 32.Not until __ school __ how much their teachers loved them. A.they left; did they realize B.did they leave; they had realized C.did they leave; had they realized D.they left; they realized 33.E-mails, though __ exposed to misleading information, are considered more convenient than traditional letters. A.naturally B.especially C.originally D.occasionally 34.This restaurant wasn't __ that any other restaurant we went to. A.half as good as B.as half good as C.as good as half D, good as half as 35.—John's wife left him last month. —____ I saw them dining together happily the other day. A.You bet! B.Guess what? C.Come off it! D.You are dead right. 第二节:完形填空(共 20 小题海小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最 佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 Two men were moose (驼鹿) hunters. Every year they 36 a plane to take them to Canada. This year hunting was especially 37 and in a few days just they each_38 a moose.They radioed for their_39_to come to pick them up. When the plane arrived, the pilot took one 40 at the animals and told the hunters they could not take such a 41 load along. "But we spent all 42 hunting for these moose," they protested. "And besides, the pilot we hired last year wasn't 43 about the moose's weight." After much argument, the pilot 44 gave in.The
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heavy plane was only in the air for a few minutes 45 it lost altitude and 46 into the side of a mountain. As the men 47_out of the wreckage (残骸), one hunter asked, "Where are we?" His friend answered, "About a mile farther than we did last year !" They had been_48 a moose into a plane year after year and crashing! Keep doing the same tiling and you will keep getting the same_49^ It is the case with flying and it is 50 of living. What is not working_5i for you? A habit you are trying to break? A relationship with a parent or spouse (配偶) or child or friend? What is a 52 of on-going frustration? Getting 53 to that project you keep promising to complete? Never having enough money to pay the bills? The truth is, if you keep doing the same things you will keep getting the same outcomes.So, if you don't like (lie way things are 54 out, something must change.Are you ready to try something 55? 36.A.bought B.rented C.borrowed D.boarded 37.A.difficult B.bad C.busy D.good 38.A.attacked B.took C.bagged D.bought 39.A.friend B.pilot ' C.partner D.trainer 40.A.look B.picture C.sight D.view 41.A.light B.tall C.heavy D.full 42.A.week B.month C.day D.year 43.A.pleased B.angry C.frightened D.worried 44.A.finally B.hardly C.willingly D.expected 45.A.while B.since C.when D.though 46.A.settled B.exploded C.flew D.crashed 47.A.struggled B.fought C.pushed D.walked 48.A.filling B.packing C.loading D.sending 49.A.effects B.results C.rewards D.troubles 50.A.true B.real C.right D.same 51.A.hard B.well C.especially D.fairly 52.A.reason B.basis C.cause D.key 53.A.over B.away C.through D.around 54.A.getting B.turning , C.making D.running 55.A, different B.beautiful C.magic D.interesting 笫三部分阅读理解(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、D)中,选出最佳选项。并在答题卡上将该项 涂黑。 A I am usually in a bad mood after a long day at work, but on this particular Friday afternoon I was in a cheerful mood.I planned to have a good meal and watch Bridget Jones's Diary. My local supermarket is always busy. The first parking space I spotted was convenient, but I'd noticed a woman in an old car circling for a while. I let her have it. On the edge of the car park I backed into the next available spot—it was a tight fit. In record time I'd made my way through the supermarket and was back in the fresh air. In such a rush of good spirits, I emptied my purse change into the hands of a homeless man and helped a struggling woman
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go backwards into a parking space. Just as I spotted my car, 1 saw the woman I'd let have my car space earlier.I smiled and wished her a pleasant day. As I got back into my car, I spotted the same lady looking ill at me."Hello," she said, hesitantly."This might sound crazy but I was on my way to drop some of my mother's things off at tile charity bins." I looked quickly at the orange bins in the corner of the parking lot, confused. "I saw you helping those people, and you seemed so happy.My mom had a dress just like that." She looked at me meaningfully.I smiled at her in encouragement, hoping she wouldn't notice that the dress she was admiring was now full of holes. "I was going to give these away, but you are just so much like her." She passed a box in through the window.Shocked, unthinking, 1 took it automatically."I think she would like you to have it." She smiled and walked away. After a pause, I opened the box.Inside was a beautiful gold necklace.It was the nicest gift I'd ever received, and it was from a complete stranger. Later, I thought back on the day.I didn't feel the usual sense of exhaustion.The necklace was around my neck, a warm reminder of human kindness. 56.This Friday afternoon, the author____. A.watched a new movie B.was in the mood to help others C.had trouble parking her car D.spent a long time in the supermarket 57.When the woman passed a box through the window, the author felt _____. A.excited B.annoyed C.embarrassed D.surprised 58.What can we infer about (lie author? A.She was not very wealthy actually. B.She had met the lady's mum. C.She considered her dress beautiful. D.She was living on charity. 59.What is tills story intended to tell us? A.God favor those prepared minds. B, Good is rewarded with good. C.A friend in need is a friend indeed. D.Two heads are better than one. B A 15-year-old boy planned to put a ball covered with petrol into his mouth and set it on fire. He would film the dangerous action and put it on YouTube.And, lie hoped to become famous on the Internet. But things didn't go the way he imagined.His clothing caught fire, and he was rushed to the hospital with serious bums on his body. YouTube hosts millions of videos of people attempting dangerous actions.Many of them are by kids and young adults.Some experts say that by hosting these videos, YouTube encourages young viewers to take deadly risks.Research by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows that more than 180,000 Americans die from accidental injuries each year. That's one person every three minutes. More than 14,000 of those killed are kids under the age of 19.Is YouTube to blame? People have always found it interesting to watch others try risky things. .Audiences love these kinds of things.Some of the earliest Greek comedies had characters followed by wild animals and knocking into walls.Now, in the age of the Internet, anyone with a camera and a YouTube account can create this kind of 'fun" . Many viewers, especially teenagers, are influenced by what they see and want to try it themselves. "YouTube has taken the playing in the neighborhood to a worldwide level," says Clair Mellenthin, a researcher from the Centers.
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Supporters of YouTnbe argue that it isn't YouTube's responsibility to examine its content."Parents should be the ones to make sure that kids are behaving safely," they say.In fact, YouTube has a rule on content.For example, dangerous activities that have a risk of serious physical harm or death are not allowed.Staff of YouTube, carefully watch the website 24 hours a day, looking for videos that are against their rules.But is this enough? 60.What happened to the 15- year-old boy? A.He got hurt in a traffic accident. B.He played with fire and burned himself C.He set fire to a ball by accident. D.He watched an action film on YouTiibe. 61.What do Clair Mellenthin's words suggest? A.YouTube should examine kids' accounts. B.YouTube users like to copy Greek comedies. C.YouTube affects people greatly. D.YouTube has a positive influence on teenagers globally. 62.According to the last paragraph, the author seems to believe that _____ A.YouTube should do more to make sure of kids' safety B.parents should be strict with their kids C.YouTube should make a rule on content D.parents shouldn't allow their kids to take risks 63.The passage mainly discusses ______. A.how to prevent accidental injuries B.how to become famous on the Internet C.whether YouTube should be open to kids D.whether YouTube should show dangerous videos C FOREIGN TEACHERS ARE NEEDED ALL OVER CHINA Ad No.90374 Posted Nov 12,2014 13:27 by Amanda Expire Date: Dec 12, 2014 Tag; Beijing Language Teaching Part Time We are looking for Teachers, whose Native Language is English, willing to teach in China.Mostly schools are in South of China. The Benefit package for ESL Teachers includes: One-year Contract: 1st Mar.2015 to 1st Jul.2015 Salary: 4,OOORmb to 5,OOORinb/Month Teaching load & schedule: 20 teaching hours per week A rent-free, fully famished apartment for living room, bedroom, kitchen and bathroom Kitchen facilities provided. Other, electric appliances will be supplied: water heater, microwave etc. ). If you are interested, please read the information above and kindly send your application to attach the following documents (in .doc or JPEG format) .The subject to be mentioned, as 'teach in China' 1.CV/Resume(简历) 2.A copy of academic degree/diploma/certificate/or college transcript 3.A photocopy of the data page of valid passport 4.A recent color photo
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5. A letter of recommendation/or release letter from your previous Chinese school (Only if you worked in China previously) 6.Any other relevant information that you think might help your application 64.This advertisement is about_______. A.introducing a school B.attracting foreign students C.taking on English teachers D.seeking a teaching position 65.What is NOT needed to apply for the job if you come to work in China for the first time? A.Your resume. B.Your personal passport data. C.Your academic history. D.A release letter. 66.If you are employed, you will_______. A.work full time B.not have to pay tlie apartment rent C.prepare furniture yourself D.work four months for two years 67.Where can you mostly probably read the advertisement? A.In a telephone book. B.In a paper. C.In a travel guide. D.In a textbook D For many people the holiday season has arrived.Where do those travelling abroad go? UN figures suggest that France had more foreign visitors than any other country in 2012, while the most visited capital city is now, according to one city, Bangkok. A recent study by the United Nations World Tourism Organization suggests that 83 million people visited France last year, even more than its population of 66 million.France attracts at least 16 million more visitors than the United States in second place, with China, Spain and Italy completing the top five most visited countries. Yet in spite of its popularity as a holiday destination, it seems that the French have a problem convincing visitors to part with their cash.Tourism contributes 7% towards the country's GDP, more than the car industry.But the average amount of money every visitor spends—$646—falls behind every other country in the top 10 most visited list, except Russia. Some 83% of France's visitors come from other European countries, which may explain the relatively low amount spent per head.A lot of them come from neighboring countries and often choose to camp and buy food from supermarkets, rather than go to the local hotels and restaurants. By contrast, only 55% of foreign visitors to the US come through their two immediate Neighbors— Canada and Mexico—and according the US Travel Association. , the other 45%—the long-distance travelers —contribute 78% of all traveling expenses, probably partly because they stay an average of 18 days. The French capital may be known as the "City of Love", but only 16.8% of visitors to France visited Paris, according to the UN study.And with the French economy going down and the unemployment rate increasing in double figures, there is a need to encourage tourists to stay longer and spend more money. "The average stay in Pairs is 2.7 nights.We know that Europeans spend two nights and that people from Asia and North America spend over a week," says Francois Navarro from the lie-de-France tourist authority. "Our goal is to make visitors stay longer because if they do they'll spend more money on accommodation and shopping. So we need to organize huge events. The Olympic Games are an aim for us,"
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he says. 68.In which of the following countries did visitors spend the least in 2012? A.France. B.The UK. C.Russia. D.Germany 69.The visitors don't spend much in France mainly because____. A.the prices of goods in France are low B.many visitors are from other European countries C.lots of French people are out of work D.the French economy is in a terrible condition 70.What can we learn from the text? A.Long-distance travelers usually stay longer in a foreign country. B.About 16 million people visited the US in 2012. C.China isn't among top three most visited countries. D.Paris is most visitors' first choice when they go to France. 7 I.France is facing the main problem of____ at present. A.attracting more foreign visitors B.developing more tourist spots C.encouraging visitors to stay longer D.improving the service in tourist spots E Recently, many shoppers chose to avoid the crazy crowds and do their holiday shopping from the comfort of their computer.Sales at online stores gained by more than 15%, making it the biggest season ever.But people are also returning those purchases at record rates, up 8% from last year. What went wrong? Is the shadow of the global financial crisis making it harder to accept excessive addiction? Or that people shop more impulsively (冲动地)—and therefore make bad decisions —when online? Both arguments are seemingly reasonable.However, there is a third factor: a question of touch.We can love (lie look but, in an online environment, we cannot feel the quality of a texture (质地) , the shape of the fit, the fall of a fold or, for that matter, the weight of an earring.And physically interacting with an object makes you more committed to your purchase. When my most recent book Brandwashed was released, I joined up with a local bookstore to conduct an experiment about the difference between the online and offline shopping experience.I carefully instructed a group of volunteers to promote my book in two different ways . The first was a fairly hands-off approach.Whenever a customer would ask about my book, the volunteer would take them over to the shelf and point to it.Out of 20 such requests, six customers made the purchase. The second option also involved going over to the shelf but, this time, removing the book and then holding onto it for just an extra moment before placing it in the customer's hands.Of the 20 people who were handed the book, 13 ended up buying it.Just physically passing the book showed a big difference in sales. Why? We feel something similar to a sense of ownership when we hold things in our hand. That's why we establish connection by greeting strangers and friends with a handshake.In this case, having to then let go of the book after holding it might produce a sense of loss, and motivate us to make the purchase even more. A recent study also showed the power of touch, in this case when it came to traditional mail.A deeper and longer-lasting impression of a message was formed when delivered ill a letter, as opposed to receiving
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the same message online. Brain images showed that, on touching the paper, the emotional center of the brain was activated, thus forming a stronger bond.The study also indicated that once touch becomes part of the process, it could translate into a sense of possession. This sense of ownership is simply not part of the situation in the online shopping experience. 72.Why do people prefer shopping online according to the author? A. It saves them a lot of money and time. B.It is more comfortable and convenient. C.It offers them a lot more options and bargains. D.It gives them more time to think about their purchase.

73.Why do more customers return their purchases bought online? A.They regretted being addicted to costly goods in the financial crisis. B.They changed their mind by the time (lie goods were delivered. C.They later found the quality of goods below their expectations. D.They had no chance to touch them when shopping online. 74.How might people feel after letting go of something they held? A.A sense of disappointment. B.A loss of interest. C.More motivated to possess it. D.Less sensitive to its texture 75.What is the purpose of author's experiment? A.To find out people's reaction to his recent book. B.To test his assumption about online shopping. C.To find ways to increase the sale of his new book. D.To try different approaches to sales promotion.

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