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2014届广东省揭阳市高三3月第一次模拟英语试卷(带解析)

适用年级:高三 | 试卷年份:2014年 | 省份:广东 | 试卷类型:月考试卷 | 上传日期:累计组卷次数 | 下载word版

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People in communities have slowly been pushed apart through the years, mostly because people simply aren’t taking the time to say a simple “hello”. After considering this phenomenon, I decided I was going to change the way I got on    【小题1】  others.
My opportunity came one morning when I was in the community library. I passed by a girl  【小题2】  dropped her books out of her locker.  【小题3】   (think) that someone else would help her pick them up, I continued  【小题4】  way. However, when I had to go back  【小题5】  I forgot my book, I noticed she had just finished picking them up by herself. No one had stopped 【小题6】   (help) her.
“OK,” I thought to myself, “this is where I should have changed.”
My best opportunity came a few days later when I saw a man sitting by himself waiting for the library to open, so I sat down next to him and  【小题7】  (begin) a conversation.   【小题8】  was difficult to get started ,and even when I had to say goodbye, almost every response from my new friend had a tone (语气) of doubt in it .And who could blame him?
People aren’t used to making  【小题9】  unprepared chat with a stranger. But a change, no matter how desperately it is needed, doesn’t just happen. It takes people like us to make it possible. I advise you to take a small step out of your comfort zone and try to make someone’s day a little  【小题10】  
(bright) .Together, we can really make our society come closer as a whole.

答案与解析 在线组卷

阅读下列应用文及相关信息,并按照要求匹配信息。请在答题卡上将对应题号的相应选项字母涂黑。
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Charming illustrations bring life to this sweet story of courage and compassion (同情), written and illustrated by award-winning author and illustrator Chris Wormell.
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College students (more than 115,000 of them) reveal (透漏) what life is really like at the nation’s top schools. This must-have guide gives you college rankings and covers all the essentials — from academics to social life to financial aid, and everything in between. We also provide you with all the basics: admissions criteria, deadlines, phone numbers, e-mail addresses, and more.
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The story line is very simple: a young child looks for his Mommy, meeting various monsters (怪物) along the way and defeating them in creative ways. There are only a few written words in the book. But the story that the picture tells is wonderful. And there’s a ton of detail in the pictures as well. My girls like to spend several minutes looking at each page spread.
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【小题1】Jack has just graduated from a high school and now he wants to find a college suitable for him to study in. He wants to know many things about the colleges, such as, the admission fees, the majors and their locations.
【小题2】Margaret is only 8 years old but she is an animal lover. She always finds chances to look for some books about animals, especially fish in the ocean, to get more information. Sometimes, she will go to the book store for several times a day to wait for the coming books.
【小题3】Alice is now a college student. She studies languages, so in her spare time, she often reads some books and her special interest is to read books about ocean exploration. Therefore, if there is one about ocean, she won’t miss it.
【小题4】Peter is now in the book store looking for a book that is suitable for both his 5-year-old son and himself. By reading the book, they can not only enjoy themselves but also learn many other things.
【小题5】Lynne is only four years old and she knows only a few words, but she can understand the story very well through the pictures in the books. Although she is very young, she likes stories about monsters very much.

答案与解析 在线组卷

完型填空

When I was fifteen, I announced to my English class that I was going to write my own books. Half the students smiled      , and even worse, the rest nearly fell out of their chairs laughing. “Don’t be        . Only geniuses can become writers.” the English teacher said, “And you are getting a D this term.” I was so      that I burst into tears. That night I wrote a short       poem about broken dreams and mailed it to the newspaper. To my     , they published it and sent me two dollars. I was a published and paid writer. I showed my teacher and fellow students. They laughed, “Just plain dumb luck,” the teacher said. I tasted      ; I’d sold the first thing I’d ever written. That was more than any of them had done and if it was just dumb luck, that was fine with me.
During the next two years, I sold dozens of poems and letters. By the time I graduated from high school, I had scrapbooks (剪贴簿)      with my published works. I never      my writing to my teachers, friends or my family again  because they were dream        .
I had four children at the time. While the children slept, I typed on my ancient typewriter. I wrote what I felt. It took nine months. I chose a      and mailed it. A month later I received a contract, an advance on payments, and a request to start      another book. Crying Wind, which became a best seller, was translated into fifteen languages and sold worldwide. My first book also became required       in native American schools in Canada.
In the      year I ever had as a writer I earned two dollars. In my best year I earned 36,000 dollars. People ask what college I      , what degrees I have and what qualifications I have to be a writer. The answer is: “None.” I just write. I’m not a genius. I use an electric typewriter that I paid a hundred and twenty nine dollars for six years ago. I do all the housework and fit my writing in a few minutes here and there. I’ve written eight books. To all those who dream of writing, I’m shouting at you: “Yes, you can. Don’t listen to them.” I don’t write right but I’ve succeeded. Writing is        ; it’s fun and anyone can do it. Of course, a little dumb luck doesn’t hurt.

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答案与解析 在线组卷

阅读理解

When several people look at the same person, it is not unusual for each of them to see different things; when you are alone observing one behavior or a person at two different times, you may see different things. The followings are but some of the factors that lead to these varying perceptions(感知,认识):
(1)    Each person’s perceptions of others are formed by his or her own cultural conditioning, education, and personal experiences.
(2) Sometimes perceptions differ because of what we choose to observe and how we deal with what’ve observed. It is not necessarily true that person perception is based on observations of a particular person. Your observations may be totally controlled by what others have told you about this person; or you may focus primarily on the situation or role relationship. Most people do not use the same standard to measure their parents, their friends, and strangers.
(3) Sometimes we see only what we want to see or don’t see what may be obvious to others because of our own needs, desires, or temporary emotional states. This is a process known as selective perception. Selective perception is obviously more difficult when contradictory information is particularly obvious, but it can be done. We can ignore the stimulus——“He’s basically a good boy so what I saw was not shoplifting(入店行窃).” We can reduce the importance of the contradictory information ——“All kids get into mischief(顽皮). Taking a book from a bookstore isn’t such a big deal.” We can change the meaning of the contradictory information--- “It wasn’t shoplifting because he was going to pay for it later.”…
【小题1】The first factor given by the author that affects our perception is _____.

A.our hearing and visual abilities1 A/ W6 Z% g9 E" L
B.cultural background and personal experiences 1 A/ W6 Z% g9 E" L
C.the experience one learns from others 1 A/ W6 Z% g9 E" L
D.critical measures taken by other people1 A/ W6 Z% g9 E" L
【小题2】While observing a particular person,________.
A.one is likely to take all aspects into consideration 1 A/ W6 Z% g9 E" L
B.one pays more attention to his/her advantages 1 A/ W6 Z% g9 E" L
C.children often differ from grown-ups in perception 1 A/ W6 Z% g9 E" L
D.one tends to choose certain aspects to look at1 A/ W6 Z% g9 E" L
【小题3】Observation of the same person by two people at the same time may differ because _____.
A.they follow different standards1 A/ W6 Z% g9 E" L
B.either of them may be slow to catch information1 A/ W6 Z% g9 E" L
C.the time for observation is not long enough1 A/ W6 Z% g9 E" L
D.each of them uses different language to express his/her impressions1 A/ W6 Z% g9 E" L
【小题4】 The underlined word “stimulus” in Paragraph 4 refers to _____.
A.something attractive1 A/ W6 Z% g9 E" L
B.selective perception1 A/ W6 Z% g9 E" L
C.contradictory information1 A/ W6 Z% g9 E" L
D.shoplifting1 A/ W6 Z% g9 E" L
【小题5】The worst thing in selective perception is that ______.
A.the information received runs against your desire1 A/ W6 Z% g9 E" L
B.facts can be twisted or totally ignored 1 A/ W6 Z% g9 E" L
C.importance of the contradictory information can be overrated (估计过高)1 A/ W6 Z% g9 E" L
D.misbehaved children may not be punished1 A/ W6 Z% g9 E" L

答案与解析 在线组卷

One year our family decided to have a special celebration of Mother’s Day, as a token of appreciations for all the sacrifices that Mother had made for us. After breakfast we had arranged, as a surprise, to hire a car and take her for a beautiful drive in the country. Mother was rarely able to have a treat like that, because she was busy in the house nearly all the time.
But on the very morning of the day, we changed the plan a little, because it occurred to Father that it would be even better to take Mother fishing. As the car was hired and paid for, we might as well use it to drive up into the hills where the streams are. As Father said, if you just go driving without object, you have a sense of aimlessness, but if you are going to fish there is a definite purpose that heightens the enjoyment.
So we all felt it would be nicer for Mother to have a definite purpose . Father had just got a fishing rod the day before, which he said mother could use if she wanted to. Only Mother said she would much rather watch him fish than try to fish herself.
So we got her to make up a sandwich lunch in case we got hungry, though we were to come home again to a big festive dinner.
Well, when the car came to the door, it turned out that there was not as much space in it as we had supposed. It was plain that we couldn’t all get in.
Father said that he could just stay home and put in the time working in the garden. He said that there was a lot of rough dirty work that he could do, like digging a trench for the garbage, which would save hiring a man, and so he said that he’d stay home; he said that we were not to let the fact that he had not had a real holiday for three years stand in our way. He wanted us to go right ahead and not to mind him.
But of course we all felt that it would never do to let Father stay home, especially as we knew he would make trouble if he did. The two girls, Anne and Mary, would have stayed and helped the maid get dinner, only it seemed such a pity,for the two girls were eager to show their new hats on a lovely day like this. But they said that Mother had only to say the word and they’d gladly stay home and work. Will and I would have dropped out, but unfortunately we wouldn’t have been any use in preparing the dinner.
【小题1】The author’s family decided to celebrate Mother’s Day specially to _______.

A.show love for their mother# _2 e2 D* Y& f5 V6 b0 Y
B.show gratitude to their mother # _2 e2 D* Y& f5 V6 b0 Y
C.show respect for their mother# _2 e2 D* Y& f5 V6 b0 Y
D.to make up for a previous appointment# _2 e2 D* Y& f5 V6 b0 Y
【小题2】According to Paragraph 2, we know that the plan was changed because________.
A.Father proposed to go fishing out# _2 e2 D* Y& f5 V6 b0 Y
B.we thought that driving out is boring# _2 e2 D* Y& f5 V6 b0 Y
C.we failed to hire a car to go out# _2 e2 D* Y& f5 V6 b0 Y
D.the car was not big enough# _2 e2 D* Y& f5 V6 b0 Y
【小题3】What problem did we find when the car arrived?
A.The car was too old to drive on mountain roads.# _2 e2 D* Y& f5 V6 b0 Y
B.The car was larger than we expected.# _2 e2 D* Y& f5 V6 b0 Y
C.The car was too small to accommodate us all. # _2 e2 D* Y& f5 V6 b0 Y
D.The car was too plain looking.# _2 e2 D* Y& f5 V6 b0 Y
【小题4】Why didn’t the author drop out of the activity?
A.Because his sisters didn’t join in.# _2 e2 D* Y& f5 V6 b0 Y
B.Because he needed to have dinner.# _2 e2 D* Y& f5 V6 b0 Y
C.Because he couldn’t cook the dinner.# _2 e2 D* Y& f5 V6 b0 Y
D.Because he hadn’t had a real holiday for three years.# _2 e2 D* Y& f5 V6 b0 Y
【小题5】Which of the following proverbs describes the text best?
A.Everything comes to him who waits.# _2 e2 D* Y& f5 V6 b0 Y
B.Changes always go beyond plans.# _2 e2 D* Y& f5 V6 b0 Y
C.Better late than never.# _2 e2 D* Y& f5 V6 b0 Y
D.Once on shore, one prays no more.# _2 e2 D* Y& f5 V6 b0 Y

答案与解析 在线组卷

I was interested to read a newspaper article about a new concept in old people’s homes in France. The idea is simple, but revolutionary——combining a residential home for the elderly with a nursery school in the same building. The children and the residents eat lunch together and share activities. In the afternoons, the residents enjoy reading or telling stories to the children, and if a child is feeling sad or tired, there is always a kind lap to sit on and a cuddle(拥抱). There are trips out and birthday parties too.
The advantages are enormous for everyone concerned. The children are happy because they get a lot more individual attention, and respond well because someone has time for them. They see illness and death and learn to accept them. The residents are happy because they feel useful and needed. They are more active and more interested in life when the children are around and they take more interest in their appearance too.
Nowadays there is less and less contact between the old and the young. There are many reasons for this, including the breakdown of the extended family, working parents with no time to care for aging relations, families that have moved away, and smaller flats with no room for grandparents. But the result is the same——increasing numbers of children without grandparents and old people who have no contact with children. And more old people who are lonely and feel useless, along with more and more families with young children who desperately need more support. It’s a major problem in many societies.
That’s why intergenerational programmes, designed to bring the old and the young together, are growing in popularity all over the world. There are examples of successful attempts all over the world. Using young people to teach IT skills to older people is one obvious example. Using old people as volunteer assistants in schools is another, perhaps reading with children who need extra attention.
【小题1】A nursery school is a place where _______.

A.future nurses are trained* d) ]8 N! b9 J( O6 \* T
B.the elderly live* d) ]8 N! b9 J( O6 \* T
C.children are taken care of* d) ]8 N! b9 J( O6 \* T
D.the old join in activities* d) ]8 N! b9 J( O6 \* T
【小题2】Which is true according to the passage?
A.A number of assistants are employed to take care of the children.* d) ]8 N! b9 J( O6 \* T
B.The new concept benefits both the elderly and the children.* d) ]8 N! b9 J( O6 \* T
C.The children become stronger after getting more individual attention.* d) ]8 N! b9 J( O6 \* T
D.The children learn that sick people will die.* d) ]8 N! b9 J( O6 \* T
【小题3】What is mainly talked about in Paragraph 3?
A.The reason why the old and the young are separated.* d) ]8 N! b9 J( O6 \* T
B.The support children need.* d) ]8 N! b9 J( O6 \* T
C.One reason why children don’t live with their grandparents.* d) ]8 N! b9 J( O6 \* T
D.The problem that the old and the young are separated.* d) ]8 N! b9 J( O6 \* T
【小题4】What does the “intergenerational programmes” in Paragraph 4 refer to?
A.Combining elderly homes with nursery schools.* d) ]8 N! b9 J( O6 \* T
B.Letting the children and the residents eat together.* d) ]8 N! b9 J( O6 \* T
C.Asking young people to teach IT skills to older people.* d) ]8 N! b9 J( O6 \* T
D.Using old people as volunteer assistants in schools.* d) ]8 N! b9 J( O6 \* T
【小题5】 What is the best title for the passage?
A.Old people’s Homes in France* d) ]8 N! b9 J( O6 \* T
B.Building Bridges of Life* d) ]8 N! b9 J( O6 \* T
C.A Solution to the Elderly Problem* d) ]8 N! b9 J( O6 \* T
D.Children’s New Happy Life* d) ]8 N! b9 J( O6 \* T

答案与解析 在线组卷

As a group of young African immigrants struggle to adapt to life in the United States, an after-school drama program at White Oak Middle School aims to make their lives easier by first making them a little harder.
Project X is a program that uses drama, dance, poetry and other creative outlets to help students discuss the tough and sometimes painful problems they face as pre-teen immigrants with language barriers. A final unveiling of their creation will be performed for friends and family at the end of the year at Imagination Stage.
Wanjiru Kamau, coordinator of White Oak’s African Club said it’s important to give troubles to group members to help them find their place at the school. “It comforts those who are uncomfortable, and it discomforts those who are comfortable,” Kamau said of Project X.
Kamau teamed up with Imagination Stage after she noticed that many African students seemed uncomfortable talking about problems, such as being laughed at by their fellow students about how they look and talk. When most of the kids join the club, they speak little or no English, Kamau said. Each week, the club typically draws five to ten students who are originally from Africa for discussion sessions and the Project X programme.
“We are going to express ourselves through our words and our actions, and that’s powerful,” said teaching artist Meg Green as she introduced fill-in-the-blank poems the students wrote about their identities.
One student, Frank Ketchouang, 13, wrote, “I am from the world; I am love,” which drew oohs and aahs from the group. Ketchouang has been in the United States for less than a year, said Program Coordinator Chad Dike. When Ketchouang started attending Project X, he had been in the United States for two months and spoke no English. Now he’s one of the group’s most outgoing members and helps translate instructions from English to Creole for the group’s newest member, who is from Haiti.
Many people will give up when there’s a language barrier, “but these students prove them wrong”. Kamau said. “You do have something to give. You are important. When TV, media, etc. are bringing them down, this program is bringing them up.”
【小题1】Project X is intended for helping the young African immigrants to_________.

A.get over language barriers
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B.enrich after-school life
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C.overcome tough problems
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D.become more creative
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【小题2】How well the members learn in the Project X program is shown by_________.
A.their annual creative performances
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B.their annual scores gained at school
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C.the comments of friends and family
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D.the comments of the program teachers
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【小题3】What do we know about the Imagination Stage?
A.It’s established by Kamau for Project X.
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B.It’s a cooperative partner of White Oak’S African Club.
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C.It’s a project designed by White Oak Middle School.
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D.It’s operated once at the end of each year.
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【小题4】According to the author, what Franck Ketchouang wrote was______.
A.silly
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B.simple
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C.excellent
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D.contradictory
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【小题5】The passage is written mainly to_______.
A.introduce the Project X program
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B.inspire immigrants to never give up
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C.advocate White Oak’S African Club
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D.call for more attention to immigrants
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假设你是某中学的学生李津。你校英语俱乐部将选举新一届副主席,你欲参选,必须写一篇演讲稿。
[写作内容]
请按以下提示,写一篇竞选演讲稿。

竞选职位:学校英语俱乐部副主席
个人优势: (1)性格外向、与人相处融洽
(2)善于组织各种活动
中选后决心:协助主席,服务同学
中选后设想:举办讲座、英语晚会、英语演讲比赛等活动来提高同学英语水平,激发学习兴趣
表达愿望:希望同学们投票选你,相信你能干好工作
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参考词汇:副主席vice president 竞选run for
[写作要求]
1.只能使用5个句子表达全部内容。
2.短文的开头和结尾已给出,不计入总句数。
[评分标准]
句子结构准确,信息内容完整,篇章连贯。
Good afternoon, my dear friends,
My name is Li Jin.  
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Thank you.

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阅读下面的短文,然后按照要求写一篇150词左右的英语短文。
One day, while she was walking in the woods, a girl found two starving songbirds. She took them home and put them in a small cage. She cared them with love and the birds grew strong. Every morning they greeted her with a wonderful song. The girl felt great love for the birds.
One day the girl left the door to the cage open. The larger and stronger of the two birds flew from the cage. The girl was so frightened that he would fly away. As he flew close, she grasped him wildly. Her heart felt glad at her success in capturing him. Suddenly she felt the bird go limp. She opened her hand and stared in horror at the dead bird. Her desperate love had killed him.
 She noticed the other bird moving back and forth on the edge of the cage. She could feel his great need for freedom. He needed to soar into the clear, blue sky. She lifted him from the cage and tossed him softly into the air. The bird circled once, twice, three times.
  The girl watched delightedly at the bird's enjoyment. Her heart was no longer concerned with her loss. She wanted the bird to be happy. Suddenly the bird flew closer and landed softly on her shoulder. It sang the sweetest melody that she had ever heard.
  She finally realized that the fastest way to lose love is to hold on it too tight, the best way to keep love is to give it WINGS!
[写作内容]
1. 以约30个词概括短文的要点;
2. 然后以约120个词就 “爱就要放手” 这一主题发表看法,并包括如下要点:
a) 以自己为例,简述生活中你父母对你的过度关注;
b) 你父母的做法对你造成了什么不良的影响;
c) 如果有机会,你会就此问题对父母说些什么
[写作要求]
1.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,但不得直接引用原文中的句子。
2.作文中不能出现真实姓名和学校名称。
[评分标准]
概括准确,语言规范,内容合适,语篇连贯。

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