2011年南京高考英语押题

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江苏省南京市2011年高考英语试题(押题卷一)

2011-5-12

第二部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分45分)

第一节 单项填空(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)

从A,B,C,D四个选中,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. —You shouldn’t have made _________ appointment with her that you couldn’t keep.

—What _________ pity! It was not my fault. It was she who was to blame.

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

22. I look on it as a good opportunity to _________ fresh skills and broaden my knowledge.

A. require B. accept C. acquire D. submit

23. Our manager told us that a good salesman must be _________ if he wants to succeed.

A. visual B. conventional C. aggressive D. fragrant

24. All of us thought _________ no use talking about some unpractical matters frequently.

A. that B. it C. this D. which

25. There are many cars coming up and down. If you insist on standing there, you will risk _________ down on the ground.

A. knocking B. to knock C. being knocked D. knocked

26. The patriotism(爱国主义)_________ putting the interests of one country above everything, including one’s life.

A. consists of B. consists in C. is consisted of D. is consisted in

27. —Do you think it will snow?

—_________

A. I hope not. B. I don’t hope so. C. I’d love to. D. Why ask me?

28. _________ to a lot of new ideas when studying in college, Mary always does something that others can’t understand to realize her dream.

A. Exposing B. Exposed C. Being exposed D. Having exposed

29. In considering people for jobs, we give _________ to those with some experience.

A. decision B. attempt C. preference D. reputation

30. A lot of teams wanted me to _________ for other positions and I told them no.

A. try out B. figure out C. let out D. break out

31. We should try our best to solve the problems that we are meeting with _________ things get worse.

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

32. When _________ the office, I found the naughty boy _________ beside my desk, trembling.

A. entered; standing B. entering; stood

C. entered; stood D. entering; standing

33. In word processing, an editing feature in which the system _________ adjusts the right hand margin for insertion or deletion of copy during playback.

A. gradually B. electrically C. unconsciously D. automatically

34. _________ it rain tomorrow, we would have to _________ the spring outing.

A. Should; call off B. Were; take off

C. Should; take off D. Were; call off

35. Mr. Lee has been busy with his work these days and seldom _________ to come over to have a chat with me.

A. has he time B. does he have time

C. hasn’t he time D. doesn’t he have time

第二节 完形填空(共20小题;每小题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。

Not long ago, I had a hard week at work 36 just kept popping up (出现) everywhere and I was struggling to keep from 37 my cool from all the stress. I felt like I was at the 38 point.

I made the trip across town to the store. After I 39, I realized I had left my purse with credit cards at home. 40, I had a small amount of cash in my pocket, so I 41 it, my coupon book (优惠券) and went inside. The store was really 42, but I just found what I needed and got in one of the lanes open, waiting for the cashier to 43 my goods. I waited and I waited, meanwhile my anger grew. I had a stressful day and all I wanted to do was go home, but I was 44 in the line.

Finally, I got to the front, only for them to not 45 my coupons. I was upset because I had used 46 coupons there before. No big 47, I would just pay in cash. Then the cashier rang it up and ―SHOCK! ― I was a little 48. Now I was mad at myself for forgetting my purse and only taking a small amount of cash. Without a credit card or anything else, I 49 my things and started to go back out to my car, wondering to myself why everything had 50 for me.

Just as I was headed out, an employee 51 me and said a lady in the 52 had paid the difference for me and left. Although the amount she paid was small, the act was 53. A stranger, whom I had never met, completely changed my attitude with her 54. Maybe next time I see someone having a 55 day, I’ll do the same as her. After all, you never know whose day you might change.

36. A. Problems B. Chances C. Stories D. Suggestions

37. A. enjoying B. gaining C. losing D. continuing

38. A. freezing B. boiling C. turning D. beginning

39. A. adjusted B. practiced C. returned D. parked

40. A. Finally B. Thankfully C. Generally D. Gradually

41. A. opened B. closed C. grabbed D. found

42. A. quiet B. big C. clean D. busy

43. A. hand out B. check out C. deliver D. carry

44. A. stuck B. served C. followed D. defeated

45. A. pay B. use C. accept D. fill

46. A. extra B. different C. ordinary D. similar

47. A. deal B. change C. difference D. surprise

48. A. afraid B. short C. confused D. curious

49. A. made B. did C. collected D. left

52. A. room B. corner C. line D. company

50. A. ended B. failed C. passed D. disappeared

51. A. stopped B. recognized C. saw D. helped

53. A. brave B. creative C. huge D. wise

54. A. intelligence B. humor C. smile D. generosity

55. A. rough B. lonely C. lucky D. simple

第三节: 阅读理解(共20小题,每题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。

A

I recall my mother’s voice which called me to order, and often ended with some strong proverb to express the gravity of the wrong done. It was common practice for my mother to send me off soul-searching with a proverb.

Of the many interactions I had with my mother those many years ago, one stands out with clarity. I remember the occasion when Mother sent me to the main road, about twenty yards away from the farmhouse, to invite a passing group of seasonal work-seekers home for a meal. She instructed me to take a container along and collect dry cow dung (牛粪) for making a fire. I was then to prepare the meal for the group of work-seekers.

The thought of making an open fire outside at midday, cooking in a large three-legged pot in that high heat, was enough to upset even an angel. I did not manage to hide my feelings from my mother, and after serving the group, she called me to the balcony, where she usually sat to attend to her sewing (缝纫).

Looking straight into my eyes, she said, “Tsholofelo, why were you so unhappy when I requested you to prepare a meal for those poor people?” Despite my attempt to deny her allegation (断言), and using the heat of the fire and the sun as an excuse for my alleged behavior, Mother, giving me a firm look, said, “A foot has no nose.” It means, “You can’t detect what trouble may lie ahead of you.” Had I denied the group of people a meal, it may have happened that, in my travels some time in the future, I found myself at the mercy of those very individuals. As if that was not enough to shame me, Mother continued, “A person is a person because of another person.”

56. We learn from the passage that Tsholofelo’s mother often _____.

A. quoted proverbs when she was talking with others B. asked Tsholofelo to read more proverbs

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江苏省南京市 2011 年高考英语试题(押题卷一)

2011-5-12

第二部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分 45 分) 第一节 单项填空(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 从 A,B,C,D 四个选中,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. —You shouldn’t have made _________ appointment with her that you couldn’t keep. —What _________ pity! It was not my fault. It was she who was to blame. A. an; the B. the; a C. an; a D. the; the 22. I look on it as a good opportunity to _________ fresh skills and broaden my knowledge. A. require B. accept C. acquire D. submit 23. Our manager told us that a good salesman must be _________ if he wants to succeed. A. visual B. conventional C. aggressive D. fragrant 24. All of us thought _________ no use talking about some unpractical matters frequently. A. that B. it C. this D. which 25. There are many cars coming up and down. If you insist on standing there, you will risk _________ down on the ground. A. knocking B. to knock C. being knocked D. knocked 26. The patriotism(爱国主义)_________ putting the interests of one country above everything, including one’s life. A. consists of B. consists in C. is consisted of D. is consisted in 27. —Do you think it will snow? —_________ A. I hope not. B. I don’t hope so. C. I’d love to. D. Why ask me? 28. _________ to a lot of new ideas when studying in college, Mary always does something that others can’t understand to realize her dream. A. Exposing B. Exposed C. Being exposed D. Having exposed 29. In considering people for jobs, we give _________ to those with some experience. A. decision B. attempt C. preference D. reputation 30. A lot of teams wanted me to _________ for other positions and I told them no. A. try out B. figure out C. let out D. break out 31. We should try our best to solve the problems that we are meeting with _________ things get worse. A. when B. unless C. before D. once 32. When _________ the office, I found the naughty boy _________ beside my desk, trembling. A. entered; standing B. entering; stood C. entered; stood D. entering; standing 33. In word processing, an editing feature in which the system _________ adjusts the right hand margin for insertion or deletion of copy during playback. A. gradually B. electrically C. unconsciously D. automatically 34. _________ it rain tomorrow, we would have to _________ the spring outing. A. Should; call off B. Were; take off C. Should; take off D. Were; call off 35. Mr. Lee has been busy with his work these days and seldom _________ to come over to have a chat with me. A. has he time B. does he have time

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C. hasn’t he time

D. doesn’t he have time

第二节 完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 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。

Not long ago, I had a hard week at work 36 just kept popping up (出现) everywhere and I was struggling to keep from 37 my cool from all the stress. I felt like I was at the 38 point. I made the trip across town to the store. After I 39, I realized I had left my purse with credit cards at home. 40, I had a small amount of cash in my pocket, so I 41 it, my coupon book (优惠券) and went inside. The store was really 42, but I just found what I needed and got in one of the lanes open, waiting for the cashier to 43 my goods. I waited and I waited, meanwhile my anger grew. I had a stressful day and all I wanted to do was go home, but I was 44 in the line. Finally, I got to the front, only for them to not 45 my coupons. I was upset because I had used 46 coupons there before. No big 47, I would just pay in cash. Then the cashier rang it up and ―SHOCK! ― I was a little 48. Now I was mad at myself for forgetting my purse and only taking a small amount of cash. Without a credit card or anything else, I 49 my things and started to go back out to my car, wondering to myself why everything had 50 for me. Just as I was headed out, an employee 51 me and said a lady in the 52 had paid the difference for me and left. Although the amount she paid was small, the act was 53. A stranger, whom I had never met, completely changed my attitude with her 54. Maybe next time I see someone having a 55 day, I’ll do the same as her. After all, you never know whose day you might change. 36. A. Problems B. Chances C. Stories D. Suggestions 37. A. enjoying B. gaining C. losing D. continuing 38. A. freezing B. boiling C. turning D. beginning 39. A. adjusted B. practiced C. returned D. parked 40. A. Finally B. Thankfully C. Generally D. Gradually 41. A. opened B. closed C. grabbed D. found 42. A. quiet B. big C. clean D. busy 43. A. hand out B. check out C. deliver D. carry 44. A. stuck B. served C. followed D. defeated 45. A. pay B. use C. accept D. fill 46. A. extra B. different C. ordinary D. similar 47. A. deal B. change C. difference D. surprise 48. A. afraid B. short C. confused D. curious 49. A. made B. did C. collected D. left 52. A. room B. corner C. line D. company 50. A. ended B. failed C. passed D. disappeared 51. A. stopped B. recognized C. saw D. helped 53. A. brave B. creative C. huge D. wise 54. A. intelligence B. humor C. smile D. generosity 55. A. rough B. lonely C. lucky D. simple 第三节: 阅读理解(共 20 小题,每题 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。

A I recall my mother’s voice which called me to order, and often ended with some strong proverb to express

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the gravity of the wrong done. It was common practice for my mother to send me off soul-searching with a proverb. Of the many interactions I had with my mother those many years ago, one stands out with clarity. I remember the occasion when Mother sent me to the main road, about twenty yards away from the farmhouse, to invite a passing group of seasonal work-seekers home for a meal. She instructed me to take a container along and collect dry cow dung (牛粪) for making a fire. I was then to prepare the meal for the group of work-seekers. The thought of making an open fire outside at midday, cooking in a large three-legged pot in that high heat, was enough to upset even an angel. I did not manage to hide my feelings from my mother, and after serving the group, she called me to the balcony, where she usually sat to attend to her sewing (缝纫). Looking straight into my eyes, she said, “Tsholofelo, why were you so unhappy when I requested you to prepare a meal for those poor people?” Despite my attempt to deny her allegation (断言), and using the heat of the fire and the sun as an excuse for my alleged behavior, Mother, giving me a firm look, said, “A foot has no nose.” It means, “You can’t detect what trouble may lie ahead of you.” Had I denied the group of people a meal, it may have happened that, in my travels some time in the future, I found myself at the mercy of those very individuals. As if that was not enough to shame me, Mother continued, “A person is a person because of another person.” 56. We learn from the passage that Tsholofelo’s mother often _____. A. quoted proverbs when she was talking with others B. asked Tsholofelo to read more proverbs C. collected proverbs in her spare time D. used proverbs to teach Tsholofelo 57. What was Tsholofelo’s attitude towards the meal? A. Unwilling. B. Interested. C. Critical. D. Unconcerned. 58. The atmosphere on the balcony was probably _____. A. very strange B. a bit tense C. quite lively D. pretty relaxed 59. According to the passage, Tsholofelo’s mother seemed to hope Tsholofelo could be _____. A. flexible and creative B. sincere and honest C. active and confident D. sympathetic and helpful B The area south of the Thames at Greenwich has a long history. Throughout time different buildings have been constructed on the same site. The Palace of Placentia, an English Royal Palace built in 1447, no longer exists apart from a few remains under the present buildings. The grand buildings on the South Bank of the Thames at Greenwich were designed by Sir Christopher Wren, most famous for St. Paul’s Cathedral. The buildings were finally completed in 1745, although some parts started to be used as early as 1705. They’re now part of a university — having served as a naval(海军) hospital and a naval college and the setting for several cinemas. But the buildings stand on a site which has a much longer history, of which now only a part remains that is below the ground. For nearly two hundred years, from around 1450 to 1650, Greenwich was one of the main royal palaces of England. Some of the most famous English rulers, such as Henry VIII and Elizabeth I, not only lived there, but also were born there. Henry VIII put an armoury(兵工厂)there, and there were also gardens, a great fountain (喷泉) and a mass of buildings. The Palace was also in a strategic location, because at the time either side of Greenwich on the Thames were important Royal Dockyards (船厂). Eventually, though, the Palace fell into disrepair. In 1664, the King at the time, Charles II, decided to replace it with completely new buildings in a modern style. Only a cellar (地窖) from the former Royal Palace now remains, under one of the new buildings. Its red brick, typical of the sixteenth century, contrasts (对 比)sharply with the white stone above it.

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Would you like to join us to have a good view of Greenwich? 60. We can learn from the passage that the Palace of Placentia _____. A. had served as a university B. was constructed with white stones C. was designed by Christopher Wren D. was of particular importance in a war 61. The buildings on the South Bank of the Thames at Greenwich now _____. A. are in need of repair B. differ from those in the 16th century C. were designed in the style of Elizabeth I D. have a history of more than half a century 62. According to the passage, when did the Palace of Placentia disappear from the ground? A. In the late 1400s. B. In the early 1600s.C. In the late 1600s. D. In the early 1700s. 63. Where can we most probably read this passage? A. In a science report. B. In a personal diary. magazine. C E ? The Environmental Magazine If you’re concerned about your health, your family’s health and the future of our planet, and want to know “What Can I Do?” to make a difference, you’ll love reading E – The Environmental Magazine. A 12-time Independent Press Awards winner and nominee (被提名者), E is full of everything environmental ― from recycling to rainforests, and from the global village to our own backyards. 1 year (6 issues) — $24.95 2 years (12 issues) — $34.95

Add $10.00 / year for Canadian postage Add $40.00 / year for foreign postage

C. In a geography textbook.

D. In a travel

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Cost: $150 per person 64. From the first ad, we know E ? The Environmental Magazine _____. A. is a monthly publication B. mainly deals with health problems C. costs a Canadian reader $ 34.95 a year D. has won Independent Press Awards 12 times 65. The second ad is intended for _____. A. jobseekers B. volunteers C. trainers D. teachers 66. What do we know about Belvedere Castle Exhibit? A. You can go to see the exhibit every day during the week. B. A group of more than 25 visitors to it can get a discount. C. It focuses on the protection of wildlife. D. It lasts for more than ten years. D For a commuter(通勤者)rushing to catch a train, a minute can mean the difference between dinner with the family and leftovers (剩饭) in the microwave. What most passengers don’t realize is that their minute is already there. Every commuter train that departs (离开) from New York City — about 900 a day — leaves a minute later than scheduled. If the timetable says 8:14, the train will actually leave at 8:15. In other words, if you think you have only a minute to get that train — well, relax. You have two. The courtesy minute, in place for decades and published only in private timetables for employees, is meant as a grace period(宽限期)for those who need the extra time to get off the platform and onto the train. “If everyone knows they get an extra minute, they’re going to waste time doing unimportant things,” explained Marjorie Anders, a spokeswoman for the Metro-North Railroad. Told of this article, Ms. Anders laughed. “Don’t blow our cover!” she said. Entirely hidden from the riding public, the secret minute is an odd departure from the railroad culture of down-to-the-second accuracy. The railroad industry helped invent the concept of standard time, and time zones were established in the United States in the 1880s, 35 years before they were written into law. And most commuters know their train by the precise minute it departs. The trains quickly make up the minute: at all other stops, the public timetable prevails. The phantom minute does not exist at commuter railroads in Chicago, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, or San Francisco. But in New York, the secret minute dates back decades. “That’s been done forever, from my knowledge,” said Jack Swanberg, 70, an unofficial historian of Metro-North. “I was the trainmaster starting in 1970 and I’m sure it’s been the case since 1870 for all I know.” 67. The courtesy minute was hidden from the public to _____. A. prevent the passengers’ idleness B. help invent the concept of standard time C. show the railroad company’s consideration D. follow the ancient tradition of New York City 68. The underlined part “Don’t blow our cover” in Para. 4 probably means “_____”. A. Don’t publish the timetable B. Don’t blame commuter trains C. Don’t make it known by the public D. Don’t forget our chances of catching trains 69. What can we conclude from the passage? A. The courtesy minute exists in many cities in the US. B. One minute means a lot for most of the commuters. C. The courtesy minute has been in place for about ten years. D. Most railroad staff in New York have no idea of the courtesy minute. 70. The passage mainly talks about _____. A. the railroads in the US B. the secret New York minute C. the mistake of the railroad industry D. the history of New York commuter trains

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第Ⅱ卷(选择题,共两部分,计 35 分)

第一节 任务型阅读(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 请认真阅读下列短文,并根据所读内容在文章后表格中的空格里填入一个最恰当的单词。

注意:每 个空格只填 1 个单词。

请将答案写在答题卡上相应题号的横线上。

If your family is like many in the United States, unloading the week’s groceries includes hauling a case or two of bottled water into your home. On your way to a soccer game or activity, it’s easy to grab a cold one right out of the fridge, right? But all those plastic bottles use a lot of fossil fuels and pollute the environment. In fact, Americans buy more bottled water than any other nation in the world, adding 29 billion water bottles a year to the problem. In order to make all these bottles, manufacturers use 17 million barrels of crude oil. That’s enough oil to keep a million cars going for twelve months. Imagine a water bottle filled a quarter of the way up with oil. That’s about how much oil was needed to produce the bottle. So why don’t more people drink water straight from the kitchen faucet? Some people drink bottled water because they think it is better for them than water out of the tap, but that’s not true. In the United States, local governments make sure water from the faucet is safe. There is also growing concern that chemicals in the bottles themselves may leach into the water. People love the convenience of bottled water. But maybe if they realized the problems it causes, they would try drinking from a glass at home or carrying water in a refillable steel container instead of plastic. Plastic bottle recycling can help—instead of going out with the trash, plastic bottles can be turned into items like carpeting or cozy fleece clothing. Unfortunately, for every six water bottles we use, only one makes it to the recycling bin. The rest are sent to landfills. Or, even worse, they end up as trash on the land and in rivers, lakes, and the ocean. Plastic bottles take many hundreds of years to disintegrate. Water is good for you, so keep drinking it. But think about how often you use water bottles, and see if you can make a change. Betty McLaughlin, who runs an organization called the Container Recycling Institute, says we should try using fewer bottles: “If you take one to school in your lunch, don’t throw it away—bring it home and refill it from the tap for the next day. Keep track of how many times you refill a bottle before you recycle it.” And yes, you can make a difference. Remember this: Recycling one plastic bottle can save enough energy to power a 60-watt light bulb for six hours. Title (71) (73) situation for people’s Drinking Water: Bottled or From the Tap? Americans consume the (72) world. Bottled water is of higher (74) It’s more (75) The (76) . bottled water in the

preference for bottled water Problems with bottled water

for people to drink bottled water. of plastic bottles use lots of fossil fuels. .

Water bottles we use cause serious(77) (78)

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the passage offers

Use bottles (79)

of glass ro steel.

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Use a refillable plastic bottle as many time as(80) before recycling. 第二节 写作(满分25分) 学生的任务不仅仅是在学习上取得满分, 请根据对下面这幅漫画的理解用英语写一篇短文, 并发表 你的看法。

注意:1、词数 150 左右,开头已经写好,不计入总词数。

2、参考词汇;心理素质 psychological quality 品德 morality

As is vividly betrayed in the drawing above, a student is trying his best to reach the full score of important subjects______________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________

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江苏省南京市 2011 年高考英语试题(押题卷一) 参考答案

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74. quality 75. convenient 76. production / manufacturing

77. pollution 78. Suggestions / Tips

As is vividly betrayed in the drawing above, a student is trying his best to reach the full score of important subjects including English, maths, physics, and Chinese while neglecting the more important aspects such as psychological quality and moral standards. This drawing mirrors a common social phenomenon, which has aroused our social concern and is in fact thought-provoking. To begin with, academic achievements are not all that a student needs. In order to survive in our society, students must be first of all trained to possess fine psychological quality. Otherwise, we can not bravely face ups and downs in our life, work, and study. What’s more, high moral standards are also a must for every student. Without high moral standards, students will lose the orientation of learning. Most often, even though a student possesses profound academic knowledge, he can not find himself a right place in our society and make contribution to his motherland due to his low moral standards. Counter-measures must be taken immediately so as to rectify the trend of overemphasizing main academic subjects and neglecting psychological quality and moral standards. First of all, we must take a right attitude toward students’ development. What’s more, our government must intervene in students’ education to ensure a right and healthy environment of development.

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