江苏省海安高级中学、南京外国语学校、金陵中学2016届高三第四次模拟考试英语试题

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江苏省海安高级中学、南京外国语学校、金陵中学

2016届高三第四次模拟考试

英语试卷 2016.5

第一部分 听力 (共两节,满分20分)

做题时,先将答案标在试卷上。录音内容结束后,你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的答案转涂到答题卡上。

第一节 (共5小题;每小题1分,满分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秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。

1. Who is the man looking for?

A. Tami. B. Dr. Maxwell. C. Alison Simpson.

2. What will the woman probably do?

A. Call the airline soon.

B. Stay at home for a while.

C. Leave for the airport before lunch.

3. What does the man think of his current book?

A. It’s exciting. B. It’s relaxing. C. It’s long.

4. When does the man hope to see the woman?

A. This afternoon. B. Tomorrow night. C. Tomorrow afternoon.

5. What does the man mean?

A. He didn’t put in any sugar.

B. He added some natural flavors.

C. He also thinks the coffee tastes strange.

第二节 (共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分)

听下面5段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,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、7题。

6. Why is the woman upset?

A. Her order isn’t ready yet. B. The man forgot her order. C. Some guests will be late.

7. At what time will the wedding start?

A.10:00. B.10:30. C.12:00.

听第7段材料,回答第8、9题。

8. Who lived in Los Angeles?

A. The woman’s aunt and uncle. B. The man’s grandparents. C. The woman’s parents.

9. What will the speakers do next?

A. Have a walk. B. Go hiking. C. Try to catch some fish.

听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。

10. What did the man study in college?

A. Art history. B. Medicine. C. Business.

11. What is the relationship between the two speakers?

A. They’re neighbors.

B. They’re salesman and customer.

C. They’re teacher and student.

12. What is the man’s advice for the woman?

A. Doing what her father suggests.

B. Exploring all the possibilities.

C. Making a decision as early as possible.

听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。

13. How does the woman want to pay?

A. In cash. B. By credit card. C. With her smartphone.

14. What does the man think of PayPal?

A. It is free. B. It is popular. C. It isn’t very fast.

15. Where is Venmo accepted?

A. At many small shops.

B. At most large stores.

C. At a lot of restaurants.

16. What does the woman offer to do for the man?

A. Download the app. B. Send him an invitation. C. Lend him some money.

听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。

17. What is the weather probably like?

A. Hot. B. Dry. C. Rainy.

18. Where did Matt begin his journey?

A. In England. B. In California. C. In Hawaii.

19. How many hours was Matt’s longest flight?

A. Fourteen hours. B. Sixteen hours. C. Sixteen and a half hours.

20. What will Matt do next?

A. Interview someone. B. Share his experiences. C. Plan on another journey.

第二部分 英语知识运用 (共两节,满分35分)

第一节:单项填空 (共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分)

请认真阅读下面各题, 从题中所给的A、B、C、D 四个选项中, 选出最佳选项, 并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

21. Her husband went so wild that he was desperate to know why he had been kept ________estate sales up to now.

A. in defense of B. in ignorance of C. in possession of D. in recognition of

22. Do not make complaints about being left out ________you shy away from sharing your joys and sorrows with others.

A. when B. unless C. once D. until

23. —Andy, how do you find your present occupation ?

—Just so-so. I’ve decided to resign my job this July, by when I ________for five years.

A. have worked B. will be working C. worked D. will have worked

24. Step on it, or you won’t complete the graduation essay in time. If you take the term “step on it” ________, it will bring disastrous consequences.

A. alternatively B. seriously C. literally D. sensitively

25. — How shall we go to Pudong International Airport?

— By subway! Trying to call a taxi in such rush hours ________spell a frustration.

A. should B. will C. can D. has to

26. Following the hot “A4 Waist” trend, ________Chinese women posted their photos to prove they were as skinny as an A4 sheet of paper, the “iPhone6 Legs” have taken the Chinese Internet by storm now.

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

27. A great collection left in private hands was the subject of crazy bidding at Sotheby’s in Hong Kong on Wednesday, which ________HK $ 502m, well over twice the top estimate.

A. fetched B. charged C. afforded D. valued

28. Such a passionate speech ________at the school opening ceremony that we each were deeply moved and strongly inspired.

A. did he make B. he made C. had he made D. he had made

29. —It seems that people are becoming more and more selfish.

— How much happier life would be if we ________to the values of the past!

A. would return B. had returned C. return D. were to return

30. What matters most is not to ________more products but to polish up the quality and reduce the cost.

A. make out B. turn out C. take out D. give out

31. “Wallet threat” is the ________act of pulling one's wallet out as a sign of willingness to pay for a meal that was assumed to be a treat.

A. reluctant B. initial C. aggressive D. appealing

32. ________from the Song Dynasty, the Confucian Temple of Nanjing has now developed into a famous scenic spot, ________sightseeing, shopping and tasty foods.

A. Having dated; featured B. Dating; featuring

C. Dating; having featured D. Dated; featuring

33. Getting your ________in order is a good way not to waste energy on meaningless matters.

A. potentials B. privileges C. prejudices D. priorities

34. Tony always works out development schemes faster than others. Is it ________he graduated from a top university ________counts?

A. because, that B. that, which C. that; that D. why, what

35. —The car crash hasn’t brought any traffic inconvenience, has it?

—Yes. The road ________with several miles of vehicles within a few minutes.

A. has been blocked B. was blocked

C. had been blocked C. is blocked

第二节 完形填空 (共20小题;每小题1分,满分20分)

请认真阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

For the past 2 years, I’ve had the privilege of traveling to various countries in Asia, specifically Indonesia and China. These trips weren’t the 36 vacations that last for roughly two weeks and 37 hurrying from one destination to the next. 38 , I was completely absorbed in the culture, staying in both Indonesia and China for approximately 6 weeks.

After two continuous years of 39 to the Asian countries, however, I’m staying at home.

My desire to travel, 40 , makes me incredibly impulsive(冲动的). One day, I was watching my old friend Andrew Zimmern travel to Cambodia. I watched him taste the special foods and 41 down a massive man-made lake, staying with locals trying to find dinner. The 42 the show ended, I ran upstairs to my computer and looked up plane tickets to Phnom Penh(金边). It’s 43 , I know.

I apologize for this sob story that’s been a good portion of my article. Let me try to 44 things around.

Though I’m upset about not being able to travel for the summer, staying in place does have its 45 . I graduated from high school just recently. As I walked across the stage, reaching out for my high school principal’s hand with my right and taking my 46 with my left, I graduated. As I walked across the stage, suddenly I realized I had just completed one of the most important 47 in my life. I was soon entering the real world, but I had one last summer that see-sawed in between the real world and the world my 48 and I had just left. I had one last summer to make memories with high school friends that I 49 recall during old age.

50 , I am pleased to say I have found a job this summer. I work at the Seneca Hill Animal Hospital and Resort where I look after dogs whose owners have left for summer vacation. The work may be hard, but at least I’m 51 .

All in all, life at home so far has not been all that 52 . I’m spending time with old friends, and earning for myself. Although I would have wanted to spend the summer in a magical land with 53 foods, languages, and people, I have to realize that life is what you 54 of it. That’s why I’m going to make my time at home the best 55 I’ve ever had.

36.

A. original

B. critical

C. typical

D. magical

37.

A. consist of

B. account for

C. amount to

D. make up

38.

A. Otherwise

B. Thus

C. Indeed

D. Rather

39.

A. returning

B. escaping

C. attending

D. catering

40.

A. in contrast

B. in fact

C. in consequence

D. in all

41.

A. fly

B. flee

C. flow

D. float

42.

A. way

B. day

C. second

D. fact

43.

A. pitiful

B. sympathetic

C. enthusiastic

D. imaginative

44.

A. hang

B. turn

C. move

D. get

45.

A. rights

B. limits

C. downs

D. ups

46.

A. diploma

B. license

C. prize

D. scholarship

47.

A. memories

B. achievements

C. stages

D. homework

48.

A. teachers

B. parents

C. associates

D. peers

49.

A. would

B. ought to

C. must

D. shall

50.

A. Surprisingly

B. Particularly

C. Additionally

D. Temporarily

51.

A. compensated

B. comforted

C. occupied

D. depressed

52.

A. colorful

B. complicated

C. interesting

D. difficult

53.

A. familiar

B. foreign

C. fancy

D. fashionable

54.

A. think

B. love

C. make

D. take

55.

A. experience

B. vacation

C. job

D. trip

第三部分 阅读理解 (共15小题;每小题2分,满分30分)

请认真阅读下列短文, 从短文后各题所给的A、B、C、D 四个选项中, 选出最佳选项, 并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

A

56. Which buttons directly control the movement of the Rocket Ball?

A. LAUNCH and FLIPPERS B. STAR and FLIPPERS

C. START/PAUSE and FLIPPERS D. LAUNCH and SELECT

57. The most action-packed variation would be__________.

A. Game One with a blue star B. Game Two with a black star

C. Game One with a yellow star D. Game Two with a red star

58. Rocket Ball could best be described as a game of__________.

A. space voyage B. quick response

C. skills & strength D. scientific knowledge

B

The Harry Potter author JK Rowling has shared some rejection letters publishers sent to her alter ego Robert Galbraith, in an effort to comfort aspiring authors.

Rowling posted the letters on Twitter after a request from a fan. They related to The Cuckoo’s Calling, her first novel as Galbraith. But Rowling also saw Harry Potter turned down several times before the boy wizard became one of the greatest phenomena in children’s literature, with sales of more than 400m copies worldwide.

Asked how she kept motivated, she tweeted: “I had nothing to lose and sometimes that makes you brave enough to try.” When she pitched under the name Galbraith without revealing her true identity, she faced many more snubs. Since then, Galbraith has published three successful novels but the first was rejected by several publishers, and Rowling was even advised to take a writing course.

Rowling erased the signatures when she posted the letters online, saying her motive was “inspiration not revenge”. She did not reveal the full text of the most brutal brush-off, which came by email from one of the publishers who had also rejected Harry Potter.

Rowling said she could not share the Potter rejections because they “are now in a box in my attic” before offering the Galbraith letters. The kindest and most detailed rejection came from Constable & Robinson, who – despite the advice about a writing course – included helpful tips on how to pitch to a publisher (“as on book jackets – don’t give away the ending!”). The publisher added: “I regret that we have reluctantly come to the conclusion that we could not publish it without commercial success.” The short note from publishers Crème de la Crime said the firm had become part of another publishing group and was not accepting new submissions.

When The Cuckoo’s Calling eventually found a publisher in 2013, it was achieving respectable sales before the secret of its authorship broke, and it then shot to the top of the bestseller lists.

Joanne Harris, author of a string of hit novels, joined the Twitter discussion to say she had so many rejections for her 1999 book Chocolat, later adapted as a Hollywood movie, that she had piled them up and “made a sculpture”.

Rowling, Harris and their literary disciples are in excellent company. Eimear McBride, the 2014 Bailey’s prizewinner for her first novel A Girl is a Half-formed Thing, accumulated a drawer full of rejection letters before a chance conversation led to her book being published by Galley Beggar, a tiny independent publisher in Norwich.

59. Which of the following is the name of a prize for fiction?

A. Robert Galbraith. B. Chocolat. C. Bailey’s D. Crème de la Crime

60. JK Rowling’s novels were rejected for the following reasons EXCEPT that _________.

A. the writer needs to learn some techniques about how to write

B. books are meant to be published for bringing in money

C. the publisher for the time being denies new submissions

D. those that can be adapted for movies are worth considering

61. Why did JK Rowling post some rejection letters on the Twitter?

A. To inform readers that hardships make a man stronger.

B. To inspire ambitious writers never to give up halfway.

C. To take her revenge on those publishers who ever rejected her.

D. To carry out an academic discussion with other fellow writers.

C

Two things that Starbucks has discovered about mothers: first, our bodies are 90 per cent made up of milky coffee, which requires constant refilling; and second, we very much want to be wanted. Hence, its new “parent-friendly” pledge.

With the help of the National Childbirth Trust, baristas at more than 800 Starbuck outlets around Britain are being trained in how to handle tired and emotional parents. Breastfeeding will be encouraged; bottles will be warmed on request; high chairs and changing tables will be supplied in abundance; there will even be emergency nappies on hand, for when your baby’s having one of those hundred-poo days and you only packed supplies for 99. “It’s important that parents feel reassured they have the support of staff and won’t be judged,” says an NCT spokeswoman.

In return for these efforts, Starbucks branches will be able to display a special NCT window sticker bearing the logo: “Parent Friendly Place.” This has the double advantage of implying that other cafes, lacking the official sticker, might be Parent Unfriendly, or at least a little Parent Standoffish. And indeed, some are. Who can blame them? Where there are parents, there are children – crying, running about, pouring out salt into little mounds, sucking their fingers and then sticking them in the sugar bowl.

On the other hand, there’s always money to be made from society’s desperate. Catering to parents, literally or figuratively, makes sense for those businesses already paying rents on the high street. It brings in customers all through the day, instead of just at lunch and supper. Cinemas have cottoned onto this too: the big chains have all introduced daytime “parent and baby” screenings, where you and your screaming bundle of reflux can pretend to watch a whole grown-up film and no one is allowed to tut.

Even the swankiest restaurants are getting in on the act Michelin-starred Pollen Street Social in London, and the equally feted Delaware and Hudson in New York, have both hosted “dining clubs for mothers”. You take your child along with you to eat posh food from posh plates, and pretend the last two years of living off cold fish fingers and squirts of Ella’s Kitchen straight from the sachet were just a bad dream.

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