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江西省奉新一中2014届高三上学期第四次月考英语试题 Word版含答案


第一节(共 5 小题;每小题 l.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 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题、 和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 1.What was the weather like last Saturday? A.It was sunny. B.It turned out fine early in the morning.

C.It turned out fine late at noon. 2.How does the man go to Japan? A.By plane. B.By subway. C.By bus.

3.What does the woman mean? A.She thought the man should have passed the exam。 B.She thought the man couldn?t have passed the exam. C.She thought the man should have prepared for the exam. 4.What is the man doing? A.He is reading the introduction of his professor. B.He is reading the book written by his professor. C.He is reading the book whose name is Gone with the Wind. 5.Why did the woman not eat ice-cream? A.Because she doesn?t like ice-cream. C.Because the ice-cream tastes bad. 第二节(共 1 5 小题;每小题 l.5 分,满分 l8 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 至 8 题。 6.What?s wrong with the man? A.He didn?t catch the bus. B.He lost some money. C.He lost much money. B.Because she is losing weight.

7.Where was he going? A.He was on the bus to the factory. C.He was on the bus to the park. 8.What was the feeling of the man? A.He was angry. B.He was excited. C.He was afraid. B.He was on the bus home.

听第 7 段材料,回答第 9 至 11 题。 9.What are they talking about? A.The singer. 10.Who likes the singer? A.They both like the singer. B.They both dislike the singer. B.How to make a living. C.How to come into town.

C.The man likes the singer but the woman doesn?t . 11.What does the woman think of the singer?s way of making a living? A.Unfair. B.Wonderful. C.Interesting.

听第 8 段材料,回答第 12 至 14 题。 12.Where does the conversation probably take place? A.In the hospital. B.In an office. C.In a car.

13.What happened to the man? A.He was caught by the policeman. C.He was wearing a stocking. 14.What is the woman likely to be? A.The man?s wife. B.A policewoman. C.The man?s workmate. B.He was attacked.

听第 9 段材料,回答第 15 至 17 题。 15.What?s the woman?s main purpose of visiting the province of Quebec? A.To do some sightseeing.B.To go to a friend?s wedding. C.To visit a college friend. 16.Which city does the Saint Royal River run through? A.Quebec city. B.The capital city. C.Montreal.

17.What can we learn from the conversation? A.In Canada,street signs are written in French and English. B.Canadians in the province of Quebec speak French most of the time. C.People in Montreal only speak French. 听第 l0 段材料,回答第 18 至 20 题。 18.What can we know about the speaker? A.He is a bus driver. B.He is a guide. C.He is a visitor.

19.Which of the following choices is true according to the passage?

A.In England you may not buy alcohol if you are under l8,but your friends can buy it for you. B.The traffic moves on the left side of the road in England. C.It is against the law to buy cigarettes or tobacco if you are under l 8 years of age. 20.How many laws did the speaker mention? A.4 B.5 C.6.

第二部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分45分) 第一节 单项填空,从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项(共 15 小 题,每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 21. Contrary to what I had expected, he lost for ______. A. second time B. a second time C. second times D. the second time

22. Great changes have taken place in that school. It is no longer so poorly equipped. A.what;when B.that;which

it was 20 years ago,_____ it was

C.what; which

D.which;that

23. For passengers traveling into the city, taxis and car services charge ________ 50 dollars. A. immediately B. approximately C. relatively D. decreasingly

24. __________ difficult the task may be, we will try our best to complete it in time. A. Whatever B. No wonder C. Though D. However

25. The project ______ by the end of 2020, will expanded the city?s telephone network to cover 2,000,000 users. A. being accomplished C. accomplished B. to be accomplished D. having been accomplished

26. He ________ to the cinema last night, for he stayed with me. A. mustn?t go B. shouldn?t have gone C. could not go D. couldn?t have gone

27. --- Let?s go shopping, shall we? --- Wait a minute. I ________ my housework and it won?t take long. A. just finish C. have just finished B. am just finishing D. am to finish

28. —About income, I think most people deserve more than what they get. — ______. A. It serves you right B. You have a point C. Not likely D. Don?t mention it

29.Dreams occupy your mind; Goals take over your reality. But__ will it take to turn your dreams into goals? A. how B. when C. what D. why

30. _______she is not so cheerful ________she used to be? A.How it is that;as B.How is it that;as C.Is it why;that D.Why is it that;what 31.My uncle?s house in the downtown area is much smaller than ours , but it is twice____ expensive . A. as B. so C. too D. very

32. The incomes of skilled workers went up. ______, unskilled workers saw their earnings fall. A. Moreover B. Therefore C. Meanwhile D. Otherwise

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,掌握其大意,然后从 36~55 各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中, 选出最佳选项。 I?d been 16 for six days and was already prepared to deal with failure. I remember that, when my mum as it usually was. She had been could feel she was 38 37 36 me that morning, her voice wasn?t as screaming

for more than one hour getting everything ready, and I

me at the same time. 39 to leave its warmth and 40 to

I stayed in bed for a few minutes. I was

face the suffering that I?d rather let myself forget for the past months. Finally, I dragged myself 41 . The first thing I thought of after getting up was to prepared a breakfast that was fairly kept telling myself that I wasn?t a(n) 45 44 43 42 . I went to the kitchen and

, but was still too big for my appetite that day. I

eat. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and this 46 me a little. But I doubted it. I left

day. Besides maybe it would 47

the kitchen because even the

made me feel sick. 48 , so I decided that my 50 51 , .I 52

I finished getting ready and tried to settle down. It didn?t mum and I should go. We had 49

time, so I thought we could practise parking. I

with the wheel hitting the pavement. After that, the little bit of confidence I had was

tried two more times, but did not improve much. Then we went towards the driving

site. I waited twenty minutes---just enough time to make myself believe that I was going to fail. Then, finally, it was my 53 . I wasn?t sure of myself at all. I just wanted to get it over and

make sure that I had to come back next Thursday. The first thing I had to do was parking, which I did quite well. The it hit me like a wave. The rest of the test went well and I passed it. The 55 of my mum made her face softer. I knew her worry was gone and she was 54 that came with

happy for me. 36. A. cried 37. A. up 38. A. smiling at 39. A. sad 40. A. convenience 41. A. out of bed 42. A. eat 43. A. large 44. A. might 45. A. important 46. A. calm 47. A. milk 48. A. work 49. A. little 50. A. cried 51. A. back 52. A. start 53. A. try 54. A. happiness 55. A. tears B. woke B. over B. worrying about B. eager B. friendship B. onto bed B. rest B. small B. could B. necessary B. hurt B. bread B. do B. plenty of B. succeeded B. gone B. office B. turn B. pride B. lines C. told C. out C. looking at C. unwilling C. quiet C. into bed C. drink C. delicious C. should C. lucky C. stop C. smoke C. calm C. no C. failed C. there C. race C. car C. confidence C. smiles D. shouted D. in D. talking with D. willing D. comfort D. in bed D. work D. good D. hated D. ordinary D. like D. smells D. use D. a little D. left D. greater D. test D. chance D. disappointment D. eyes

第三部分 阅读理解 (共 20 小题, 每小题 2 分, 满分 40 分) 阅读下面短文,从每题所给的 A, B, C, D 四个选项中,选出最佳选项。 A Three Boys and a Dad Brad closed the door slowly as Sue left home to visit her mother. Expecting a whole day to relax, he was thinking whether to read the newspaper or watch his favourite TV talk show on his

first day off in months. “This will be like a walk in the park,” he?d told his wife. “I?ll look after the kids, and you can go visit your mom.” Things started well, but just after eight o?clock, his three little “good kids”—Mike, Randy, and Alex—came down the stairs in their night clothes and shouted “breakfast, daddy.” When food had not appeared within thirty seconds, Randy began using his spoon on Alex?s head as if it were a drum. Alex started to shout loudly in time to the beat(节拍). Mike chanted “Where?s my toast, where?s my toast,” in the background. Brad realized his newspaper would have to wait for a few seconds. Life became worse after breakfast. Mike wore Randy?s underwear on his head. Randy locked himself in the bathroom, while Alex shouted again because he was going to wet his pants. Nobody could find clean socks, although they were before their very eyes. Someone named “Not Me” had spilled a whole glass of orange juice into the basket of clean clothes. Brad knew the talk show had already started. By ten o?clock, things were out of control. Alex was wondering why the fish in the jar refused his bread and butter. Mike was trying to show off his talent by decorating the kitchen wall with his colour pencils. Randy, thankfully, appeared to be reading quietly in the family room, but closer examination showed that he was eating apple jam straight from the bottle with his hands. Brad realized that the talk show was over and reading would be impossible. At exactly11:17, Brad called the daycare centre(日托所). “I suddenly have to go into work and my wife?s away. Can I bring the boys over in a few minutes? ” The answer was obviously “yes” because Brad was smiling. 56. When his wife left home, Brad expected to __________. A. go out for a walk in the park B. watch TV talk show with his children C. enjoy his first day off work D. read the newspaper to his children 57. Which of the following did Randy do? A. Drew on the wall. B. Ate apple jam. C. Fed the fish. D. Read in a room.

58. Who is “Not Me”(underlined in Para.3)? A. One of the family?s neighbor C. One of the three kids 59. Why did Brad ask the daycare centre for help? A. Because he wanted to clean up his house B. Because he suddenly had to go to his office. B. The father D. The text doesn?t mention

C. Because he found it hard to manage his boys. D. Because he had to take his wife back home. 60. This text is developed _________. A. by space B. by comparison C. by process D. by time

B One night recently, I was driving down a two-lane highway at about 60 miles an hour. A car approached from the opposite direction at about the same speed. As we passed each other, I caught the other driver?s eye for only a second. I wondered whether he might be thinking, as I was, how dependent we were on each other at that moment. I was relying on him not to fall asleep, not to be put off by a phone conversation, not to cross over into my lane and bring my life to a sudden end. Though we had never spoken a word to each other, he relied on me in just the same way . Multiplied a million times over, I believe that is the way the world works. At some level, we all depend upon one another. Sometimes that dependence requires us simply not to do something like crossing over the double yellow line. And sometimes it requires us to act cooperatively, with friends or even with strangers. As technology shrinks our world, the need increases for cooperative action among nations. In 2003, doctors in five nations were quickly organized to identify the SARS virus, which saved thousands of lives. The threat of international terrorism has shown itself to be a similar problem, one requiring coordinated action by police and intelligence forces across the world. We must recognize that our fates (命运) are not ours alone to control . In my own life, I?ve put great stock in personal responsibility. But, as the years have passed, I?ve also come to believe that there are moments when one must rely upon the good faith and judgment of others. so, while each of us faces the case of driving alone down a dark road , what we must learn is that the approaching light may not be a threat , but a shared moment of trust . 61. The author considers very important. B. independence of people D. shared trust and cooperation .

A. driving alone on a dark road C. cooperation to identify SARS virus

62. The author said that they depended on each other in the same way because A. the approaching car was very dangerous B. they both drove their car at a terrific speed C. he might be killed out of the other?s careless driving D. it was dark and the road was not wide enough 63. From the second paragraph, we know the author drew the important lesson from

.

A. only one experience C. a driver on a dark road

B. many similar experiences D. many friends and strangers

C Five years ago, David Smith wore an expensive suit to work every day. “I was a clothes addict.” he jokes. “I used to carry a fresh suit to work with me so I could change if my clothes got wrinkled.” Today David wears casual clothes—khaki pants and a sports shirt—to the office. He hardly ever wears a necktie. “I am working harder than ever.” David says, “and I need to feel comfortable.” More and more companies are allowing their office workers to wear casual clothes to work. In the United States, the change from formal to casual office wear has been gradual. In the early 1990s, many companies allowed their employees to wear casual clothes on Friday(but only on Friday).This became known as “dress-down Friday” or “casual Friday”. “What started out as an extra one-day-a-week benefit for employees has really become an everyday thing.” said business consultant Maisly Jones. Why have so many companies started allowing their employees to wear casual clothes? One reason is that it?s easier for a company to attract new employees if it has a casual dress code.” “A lot of young people don?t want to dress up for work,” says the owner of a software company, “so it?s hard to hire people if you have a conservative(保守的)dress code.” Another reason is that people seem happier and more productive when they are wearing comfortable clothes. In a study conducted by Levi Strauss and Company, 85 percent of employers said that they believe that casual dress improves employee morale(心境,士气). Only 4 percent of employers said that casual dress has a negative influence on productivity. Supporters of casual office wear also argue that a casual dress code helps them save money. “Suits are expensive, if you have to wear one

every day,” one person said. “For the same amount of money, you can buy a lot more casual clothes.” 66.David Smith refers to himself as having been “a clothes addict,” because A. he often wore khaki pants and a sports shirt B. he couldn?t stand a clean appearance C. he wanted his clothes to look neat all the time D. he didn?t want to spend much money on clothes 67. David Smith wears casual clothes now, because A. they make him feel at ease when working B. he cannot afford to buy expensive clothes C. he looks handsome in casual clothes D. he no longer works for any company 68.According to this passage, which of the following statements is FALSE? A.Many employees don?t like a conservative dress code. B.Comfortable clothes make employees more productive. C.A casual clothes code is welcomed by young employees. D.All the employers in the U. S. are for casual office wear. 69.According to this passage, which of the following statements is TRUE? A.Company workers started to dress down about fifty years ago. B.Dress-down has become an everyday phenomenon since the early 90s. C.“Dress-down Friday” was first given as a favor from employers. D.Many workers want to wear casual clothes to impress people. 70 . In this passage, the following advantages of casual office wear are mentioned EXCEPT . B.making employees more attractive D.making employees happier D Malaria, the world's most widespread parasitic(寄生虫引起的) disease, kills as many as three million people every year—almost all of whom are under five, very poor, and African. In most years, more than five hundred million cases of illness result from the disease, although exact numbers are difficult to assess because many people don't (or can't) seek care. It is not unusual for a family earning less than two hundred dollars a year to spend a quarter of its income on malaria treatment, and what they often get no longer works. In countries like Tanzania, Mozambique, and the Gambia, no family, village, hospital, or workplace can remain unaffected for long. . .

A.saving employees? money C.improving employees? motivation

Malaria starts suddenly, with violent chills, which are soon followed by an intense fever and, often, headaches. As the parasites multiply, they take over the entire body. Malaria parasites live by eating the red blood cells they infect. They can also attach themselves to blood vessels in the brain. If it doesn't kill you, malaria can happen again and again for years. The disease passed on to humans by female mosquitoes infected with one of four species of parasite. Together, the mosquito and the parasite are the most deadly couple in the history of the earth—and one of the most successful. Malaria has five thousand genes, and its ability to change rapidly to defend itself and resist new drugs has made it nearly impossible to control. Studies show that mosquitoes are passing on the virus more frequently, and there are more outbreaks in cities with large populations. Some of the disease's spread is due to global warming. For decades, the first-choice treatment for malaria parasites in Africa has been chloroquine, a chemical which is very cheap and easy to make. Unfortunately, in most parts of the world, malaria parasites have become resistant to it. Successful alternatives that help prevent resistance are already available, but they have been in short supply and are very expensive. If these drugs should fail, nobody knows what would come next. 71. According to paragraph 1, many people don't seek care because___. A. they can remain unaffected for long B. it is unusual to seek care C. they are too poor D. there are too many people suffering from the disease 72. People suffering from malaria___. A. have to kill female mosquitoes B. have ability to defend parasites C. have their red blood cells infected D. have sudden fever, followed by chills 73. Which of the following may be the reason for the wide spread of the disease? A. Its outbreaks in cities with large populations. B. Its ability to pass on the virus frequently. C. Its resistance to global warming. D. Its ability to defend itself and resist new drugs. 74. It can be inferred from the passage that___. A. no drugs have been found to treat the disease B. the alternative treatment is not easily available to most people C. malaria has developed its ability to resist parasites

D. nobody knows what will be the drug to treat the disease

第四部分 写作(共两节,满分 35 分) 第一节 阅读表达(共 5 小题,每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) 阅读下面短文并回答问题,然后将答案写在横线上(请注意问题后的词数要求) [1]Everyone wants something in life, love, money, success and so on. Yet too many people fail to achieve their goals, and nearly all of them are for the same reason. [2]It?s true that terrible things do happen to people during their lives, though no fault of their own, which may make them feel upset. Generally speaking, however, getting what you really want out of life is just a matter of the following three simple steps. [3]Firstly, you have to decide what it is you want the most. But do not make a list of wishes; try to focus on one thing at a time. If you?re not sure about where you want to go, you?d better think it over first and not hurry to perform. [4]Secondly, create an action plan. This will be your map for getting from ”_____________” to ”where you want to go”. You know what you want, and what steps you are going to take to get it. For example, if you want a better job, start with a skills assessment and maybe some extra training. Then you?ll need to sell yourself and your skills either to your present employer or to a new employer. [5]Other goals will require a bit more thought. Some will really get you lost without a clue of how to get there. Not to worry, though, books, biographies and such, can be of great help. [6]The third and final step is to execute. Do what you planned. Take the steps you outlined on your road map and keep going on all the time. If you run into some people who are against you, simply ignore them. [7]Never give up the goal. Keep pushing. Whatever you do, do not lose heart until you have what you desire in your hands. Never think that you can?t turn your dream into a reality. 76.What does the author want to tell readers in this article? (No more than 10 words) _________________________________________________________________ 77.Fill in the blank in Paragraph 4 with proper words. (No more than 5 words) __________________________________________________________________ 78.list the three simple steps that you should take if you want to achieve your goals.

(no more than 20 words) 79.What?s the most important thing when deciding what to do? (No more than 8 words) ___________________________________________________________________ 80.What does the underlined word “it” in paragraph 3 probably refer to? (No more than 5 words) ___________________________________________________________________ 第二节 书面表达(满分 25 分) 现在,越来越多的中学生缺乏体育锻炼,导致身体素质下降。根据下面的提示写一篇短 文。 1. 缺乏锻炼的原因(学习任务太重、锻炼辛苦、无法坚持……) 2. 你对学校和对同学们的建议 注意:可适当增加细节以使行文连贯;词数 120 左右。

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