2015年溫州市高三第一次適應性測試 英 語 試 題 2015.2 本試卷分第Ⅰ卷 (選擇題) 和第Ⅱ卷 (非選擇題) 兩部分。共120分。考試時間為120分鐘。
第 I 卷
第一節 單項填空：(共20小題; 每題0.5分, 滿分10分 )
從A、B、C、D四個選項中, 選出可以填入空白處的最佳選項, 并在答題卷上將該項涂黑。 例：It is generally considered unwise to give a child ______ he or she wants.
A. however 答案是B。
1. ——If you make it in the competition, I’ll buy you a drink. ——Ok. ______!
A. That’s a deal B. That’s all right A. the; the
B. /; the
C. Good luck C. the; /
D. Take care D. /; / D. something D. seriously
2. Tom, a shy boy, who lacks ______ confidence, doesn’t get ______ attention he deserves. 3. There’s ______ better than seeing a child suddenly get what we teach. A. anything A. carefully
B. everything B. quickly
C. nothing C. smoothly
4. People who can communicate ______ are always in demand when it comes to job-hunting. 5. Being younger and thinner, she can eat super big hamburgers, ______ I have to give up in the interest of my weight. A. that
D. which D. right D. beyond D. However
6. Nowadays, it’s a challenge to protect your ______, for your personal information is everywhere. A. wealth A. among A. Whatever school fees. A. pay
D. cover D. For fear of D. was spending
10. Success starts in your mind. ______ doubting yourself, think positively. A. In case of A. have spent darkness. A. other than
B. rather than
C. more than
D. less than
B. Instead of
C. In spite of
11. I suddenly realized that I was kept so busy that I ______ little time with my family before.
B. had spent
C. would spend
12. She looked in the direction of the window, but there was nothing in front ______ the deep
B. family B. between
C. identity C. within
7. Sometimes questions in the interview are ______ expectation and difficult to answer well. 8. ______ you’re putting off doesn’t go away; we had better solve the problem right now.
9. I need to obtain a part-time job because my mother’s income can not ______ the cost of my
B. whatever C. whichever D. whenever
13. When you come across difficulties, it is ______ of you to expect the worst. A. abnormal B. considerate A. to be said A. so
B. said B. if
C. responsible C. saying
D. pessimistic D. having said D. because
D. wouldn’t have been
14. Mary wrote a letter to her parents, ______ she missed them and was studying hard. 15. We share the resources of the world, ______ any action of waste can affect other people.
C. unless C. wouldn’t be
16. Without my parents’ encouragement and support I definitely ______ where I am today. A. wasn’t anything else. A. Finding
C. To find
D. Having found
18. As a saying goes, ―two heads are better than one.‖______, teamwork has greater power. A. In other words B. On the other hand C. On the contrary D. In addition 19. Laura’s knee pain ______ from such activities as running, hiking and horse riding. A. puts her up B. holds her back C. takes her off 20. You got second and Tim first in the race! How did Tim beat you? ——________ ? Maybe he is just a lucky dog! A. What for B. Who knows
C. So what
D. Guess what D. gives her away
B. hadn’t been
17. ______ your strength, you have got to know who you are and listen to yourself before doing
第二節 完形填空：（共20小題； 每小題1分, 滿分20分）
It’s a tradition for Ann Sutton to seek help for one or two families around Christmas. The Suttons’ dinner conversation often turned to local families 21 . This year, the youngest daughter Kate was 22 that Santa Claus would make a special visit 23 a 22-year-old single mother named Ashley.
One Sunday, the 24 rang. A representative from a local organization was calling to say the 25 Ann had requested for Ashley had fallen through. No Santa Claus, no presents, nothing. Ann saw the cheer 26 from her children’s faces at the news. Without a word, Kate ran into her room. Soon, Kate returned with her piggy bank, her face set with 27 . And now she 28 the coins and dollar bills out, one by one, onto the kitchen table: $3.30. ―Mom,‖ she told Ann, ―I know it’s not much. 29 maybe this will buy a present for the baby.‖ 30 everyone was reaching into pockets and purses. Soon, the money 31 on the kitchen table. The total: $130.
The next morning, Ann told her coworkers about her daughter’s latest project. Throughout the day, more coworkers 32 with contributions. Each time a little money came in, Ann called home. And with each 33 from her mother, Kate would scream into the phone and do a little dance of victory. With the story of Kate’s gift 34 beyond Ann’s office, she received more contributions. By the end of the day, the total was now $500—plenty of a Christmas for Ashley’s family.
That evening, Kate went with her mother to 35 the money. They bought plenty of household necessities. They 36 had enough to buy food for a Christmas dinner. On Christmas Eve, Ann 37 through the pouring rain to where the family lived. When Ashley opened the door, Ann stood under her umbrella and wished the 38 woman a Merry Christmas. Then Ann began to unload the gifts from the car. With so many gifts to take inside, she abandoned the umbrella. Ashley 39 her in the
rain. Soon both women were wet through, and the surprise had turned to something deeper, the kind of 40 that brought them close to tears. 21. A. in charge B. in need C. in return D. in turn 22. A. excited B. surprised C. ashamed D. disappointed 23. A. with B. without C. to D. from 24. A. doorbell B. phone C. alarm D. clock 25. A. pleasure B. permission C. information D. aid 26. A. rise B. show C. take D. disappear 27. A. determination B. peace C. surprise D. puzzle 28. A. collected B. counted C. chose D. found 29. A. Or B. And C. But D. So 30. A. Gradually B. Finally C. Immediately D. Constantly 31. A. made up B. picked up C. took up D. piled up 32. A. put up B. came out C. set off D. dropped by 33. A. greeting B. report C. letter D. gift 34. A. spreading B. sharing C. starting D. inventing 35. A. spend B. deliver C. make D. receive 36. A. even B. always C. already D. yet 37. A. walked B. drove C. ran D. cycled 38. A. astonished B. embarrassed C. bored D. frightened 39. A. took B. held C. joined D. attended 40. A. sympathy B. sadness C. anxiety D. joy 第二部分 閱讀理解:（第一節20小題，第二節5小題；每小題2分，滿分50分）
Ask anybody out there, what is the most important thing in his life – Fame, Fortune and Money, and there is a chance that he is going to say, money, because with that, fame and fortune comes quite easily. On the other hand, if you add ―family‖ to these three choices given above, there is a chance that 99% of the people are going to put their family first, especially if they happen to be ladies!
The main reason is because nature has created a woman to be the cherisher and the nurturer (哺育者) of the family, while the man is the hunter and protector of his little family. That is the natural rule which has come down through thousands of years. Even if a person happens to be a comparatively worldly-wise person and has no idea of taking on the responsibility of a family, he has a picture of a tight little loving unit in his subconscious (潛意識).
They tell a story about a successful millionaire businessman who died and the whole city came to pay its respects. One of his business competitors, met the son and said, ―We are really going to miss your father. You see, I knew your father well.‖ And the son replied, ―You happen to be really lucky there, because I never did.‖ So, you might be an extremely successful person in your own right upon Wall Street, but if your little child fails to come running out to welcome his daddy at the end of the day to be swung up in his father’s arms and held there lovingly and protectively, you come in the ―nothing‖ category in the business of life.
Many people are under the impression that taking on the responsibility of the family is quite tiresome, but they do not know what it takes to be a parent. It is very easy to be a biological father or
a biological mother, but the real mother and the real father is that person who stays awake all night when the baby is teething, teaches him right from wrong, is there to hold him when he takes his first steps, and in every way shows that he is there to cherish (珍惜) and protect the little one from harm.
There was a man who did not believe in family, because of an unhappy childhood. But he found a faithful woman to love him unconditionally. The moment he picked up his little baby, he said, ―Well son, welcome to the world! I am here to teach you what your mama has taught me, and we shall both protect you, when you need our help. I will teach you to be a good, just and fair man.‖ 41. The writer writes Para.1 to _________. A. introduce the topic B. raise a question C. present the survey D. make a comparison
42. What does the underlined expression ―loving unit‖ ( Para.2) most probably refer to ? A. Lover. B. Family. C. Child. D. Life. 43. In the writer’s view, the millionaire businessman ________. A. won respect from the whole city B. was fortunate to have a loving son C. achieved great success in his life D. was a failure in the business of life 44. It can be inferred from the passage that _________. A. men care little about their families B. a happy childhood shapes a good man C. family responsibility means a great deal D. a faithful wife makes a family complete 45. What might be the title for the passage? A. What More Could a Family Be About B. How Should We Parent a Child C. How to Take on Your Responsibility D. What Contributes to One’s Success B
The current Ebola (埃博拉病毒) outbreak in western and central Africa has infected at least 3,069 people, including 1,552 dead, making it the largest outbreak in history. Ebola is a deadly virus —about 60 percent of people infected with it have died. How is Ebola doing its harm?
When a person becomes infected with Ebola, the virus damages the body’s immune (免疫的) cells, which defend against infection, said a researcher at Lancaster University. But if a person’s immune system can stand up to this attack, then he is more likely to survive the disease.
The patients that survive it best are those who don’t get such a bad disadvantage in immune system. But if the body isn’t able to get rid of this attack, then the immune system becomes less able to regulate (調節) itself. This means the immune system is more likely to run out of control, leading to a drop in blood pressure, multi-organ failure and eventually death. What are the common symptoms of the disease?
Fever. Headache. Joint and muscle aches. Weakness. Diarrhea. Vomiting. Stomach pain. Lack of appetite. Chills. Rash. Redness in the eyes. Hiccups. Cough. Sore throat. Chest pain. Difficult breathing or swallowing. Bleeding inside and outside of the body. How to prevent the spread of Ebola?
Ebola can be spread primarily via direct contact with patients, specifically the blood and fluids of an infected patient.
We should avoid contact with infected patients and objects such as clothing, bedding, and needles used by them. Avoid areas where infections have been reported. For now, the disease has only been confirmed in central and West Africa, four cases in America and Europe. Avoid eating wild-caught bush meat. Researchers have suspected that the disease came to humans via animals,