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2018年广安市高中阶段教育学校招生考试全真模拟试卷(二)(满分120分,考试时间120分钟)卷Ⅰ(选择题共80分)第一部分听力(共两节,满分20分)略第二部分基础知识运用(共两节,满分25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四个选项中选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。21. —Why did you laugh just now?—Ted wanted to tell us _____ very funny story, but he forgot ______ ending himself.A . a , an B. the , the C . The , a D . a , the22. —I think ______ people drive, ______ air pollution there will be.—That’s true. I hope the air will be fresher soon.A .the less, the lessB . the less, the fewerC . the fewer, the fewerD . the fewer, the less23. Of all colors, I like red _______.A . better B. little C. less D. best24. —I wonder if he ______ this weekend. —If he _____ , I’ll let you know.A. will com/will comeB. will come/ comesC. comes/ comesD. comes/ will come25. My mother often tells me ______ the teachers carefullyA.listenB. listen toC. to listenD. to listen to26 . The houses in big cities ar e so expensive that I can’t __________ to buy one .A . affordB . chooseC . decideD . give27. ______ it is raining hard , they are still working in the field.A . BecauseB . As soon asC . ThoughD . Unless28 . Smoking ______ in public places in many countries. So you ______ smoke here.A .doesn’t allow , can’tB . isn’t allowed, mustn’tC .wasn’t allowed, may notD . didn’t allow, can’t29. —Could you tell me ________?—In JulyA. when you visited B when you visit C why did you visit D when did you visit30. —It’s so hot today. What about going swimming?— ________ !A. Never mindB. Good ideaC. You’re welcomeD. Enjoy yourself第二节完形填空(共两篇;共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分)先通读下面两篇短文,掌握其大意,然后从各题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中选择可以填入空白处的最佳选项。(A)Two small words can bring a smile to someone’s face: thank you. In Britain, people say “thank you” quite often, even at times when there is no 31 .Sometimes we say it sarcastically (讽刺地). 32, if a friend throws my food away, thinking I was finished, I may say, “Oh, thank you!” Then my friend would reply, “Sorry.” If you’re happy with the driver who got you to school on time, or the waiter who served you food, say “thank you” to them. You’re really saying “good 33 “.I was first34 that people don’t often say “thank you” here in China. But I know people canreplace these words with a smile or nod. Yet I can’t change my British 35 of saying “thank you”. Even here in China, I know I use t hese two words too much. But saying “thank you” is free, and I believe the more the better.31.A. need B. use C. good D. time32.A. By the way B. For example C. Above all D. After all33.A. job B. man C. friend D. team[34.A. excited B. bored C. surprised D. interested35.A. way B. habit C. standard D. spirit(B)It was in autumn. A young woman was ill. She 36 in the hospital. There was a tree 37 her room. She saw the leaves fall down. Day after day, there were less and less leaves on the tree. The woman was very 38 . She didn’t want to eat or drink, and she didn’t want to talk. The doctor asked her to 39 and take a walk. She wouldn’t do that. She became worse day by day. One day she said, “When the last leaf falls down, I will die, 40 .”An old artist knew that. He decided to help this woman. One night, all yellow 41 fell down. The artist painted a green and yellow leaf, then put it in the tree. The next morning, 42 the woman looked out of the window and saw the last leaf, she was filled with 43 . She wanted to be alive. She didn’t want to fall down like other leaves.From then on, she became 44 and lived a long time.Don’t 45 your hope at a nytime.36.A. played B. stayed C. studied D. worked37.A. outside B. inside C. from D. under38.A. glad B. relaxed C. sad D. interested39.A. fall asleepB. get ready C. hurry up D. get up40.A. too B. also C. either D. neither41.A. flowers B. plants C. leaves D. trees42. A. if B. before C. until D. when43.A. hope B. dream C. interest D. happiness44. A. worse and worse B. better and better C. harder and harder D. thinner and thinner45.A. give out B. give in C. give up D. give away第三部分阅读理解和口语运用(共两节,满分35分)第一节阅读理解(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)阅读下列短文,从各题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中选出最佳选项。(A)Some people think only school children do not agree with their parents, however, it is not true. Communication is a problem for parents and children of all ages. if it’s hard for you to communicate with your parents, don’t worry about it. Here is some advice for you to bridge the generation gap (代沟).Don’t argue with your parents. Don’t get to your parents when you are angry. Your parents probably won’t consider your ideas if you are shouting at them. And you can’t express yourself well if you are angry. Go to someplace to cool off (冷静下来). Make sure you understand why you are unhappy. Then think about what you want to say to your parents. If you don’t think you can speak to them at the moment, try writing a letter.Try to reach a compromise (和解). Perhaps you and your parents disagree on something. You can keep your disagreement and try your best to accept each other. Michael’s mother didn’t agreewith him about buying a motorcycle. They argued over it. But they finally came to a compromise. Michael bought the motorcycle, but only drove it on certain days.Of course, your parents might refuse to compromise on something . In these situations, it is especially important to show love and respect(尊重)to them. Showing respect will keep your relationship strong.Talk about your values. The values of your parents are probably different from those of your own. Tell your parents what you care about, and why. Under standing your values might help them see your purposes in life.A good relationship with your parents can make you a better and happier person .It is worth having a try!46. According to the passage, who have a communication problem ?A.Parents and other people.B. Teachers and their students.C. Parents and children of all ages.D. Only school kids and their parents.47. How many pieces of advice does the writer give us to bridge the generation gap?A.2B.3C.4D.548. The underlined word “bridge” in the passage means.A.消除B.到达C.建立D.通过49. If the values of your parents are different from those of yours, you’d better__________..A.argue with themB.keep away from themC. argue with them all timeD.tell your parents what you care about50. The best title of the passage is .A.How to be a good childB. How to be good parents1.C. How to bridge the generation gapD. How to deal with family problems(B)Everyone worries. But how do you deal with your worries? Whether your worries are big or small, you can take these steps to deal with your worries:Try to find out what you’re worried about.Sometimes, you will know what you’re worried about. Other times, you might not. Try to find it out first: if you can’t, you can ask for help.Think of ways to make it better.There is always something you can do to help you feel less worried.Sitting there worrying is no fun and it won’t solve your problem.Grades at school are often a top worry for kids. If you’re worried about grades, ask yourself these questions:(A) Why are grades important? What do grades mean to me?(B) How do I get ready for class? Do I go over my notes even when there isn’t a test?(C) Do I have a good place to do my homework?(D) Have I tried different ways of studying?If your worry is about a fight you had with a friend, you might write down all the things you could do -write a note to him or her, invite him or her to a basketball game, say sorry to him or her etc. Once you have a list of things you could do, you can choose the one that gets your friend back.Ask for help.When you’re wor ried, it can help to find someone to talk to. You can ask your parents, friends, or teachers for help.51. How many steps are mentioned to deal with your worries in the passage?A. Two.B. Three.C. Four.D. Seven.52.When you don’t know what you’re worried about ________.A. you should try to find it outB. you can’t ask for helpC. you don’t need to think of waysD. you can sit there worrying53. If you’re worried about grades, you can ask yourself these questions EXCEPT “___”.A. Why are grades important?B. What do grades mean to me?C. How do I get ready for class?D. Why don’t my friends like me?54. According to the passage, what will you do if you have a fight with your friend?A. Make a new friend.B. Don’t talk to him or her any more.C. Have another fight with him or her.D. Invite him or her to a basketball game.55. The passage mainly tells us ________.A. who is often worriedB. when people are worriedC. how to deal with our worriesD. what kind of worries people have(C)Macao is only forty miles from Hong Kong and it is easy to reach. You can get there by sea. It is an interesting place and it has a long history. Macao is a part of China and most people living there are Chinese.The first Europeans to go to Macao came from Portugal. More than four hundred years ago the Portuguese went there to trade(做生意)with China. Some settled and made their homes there. They built strong forts(城堡)to guard the city and the harbor(港口). They also built churches, schools, hospitals and other places. Slowly the city grew. People from many countries came to live and work in Macao.Today many people visit Macao. Some only go there to watch dog-racing or motor-racing or to “gamble ”with their money, whether they lose or win. But Macao is a quiet and peaceful place. It is pleasant just to walk around and look at the old buildings and forts. You feel you are back in the old days. Of course, some of the buildings are now in ruins(毁坏). The Church of St. Paul has only the front wall with many steps leading up to it. But it is still interesting to see.When you are hot and tired, there are small cool gardens to rest in. When you are hungry, there are good restaurants with many kinds of food. Nearby are some islands, which are also nice to visit and are easy to get to. There is certainly a lot to see and to do in Macao.56. Which of the following is NOT true?A. Portuguese were the first to go to Macao.B. Some Portuguese settled in Macao and made their homes nearly a century ago.C. The city Macao grew slowly.D. People there put up strong forts to defend the city.57. You feel in Macao you are back in the old days because _____.A. some of the buildings are now in ruinsB. you can watch dog-racing or motor-racingC. you go about and look at the old buildings and forts with pleasureD. it’ s a peaceful place.58. The word “gamble” in the third paragraph is closest in meaning to “_____”.A. watch dog-racingB. watch horse-racingC. watch motor-racingD. play games of chance for money59. Where will you have a break when you feel tired?A. In good restaurants.B. In small cool gardens.C. On some islands.D. In beautiful parks.60. What does the writer most want to tell us?A. People from many countries came to live and work in Macao.B. Portuguese were willing to do business in China.C. People in Macao serve good food.D. Macao is a quiet and peaceful place with a lot to see and to do.(D)North American black bears are shy animals. They are fearful by nature, and will usually run away if they see or hear people. Because of this, it can be difficult for scientists to learn about these animals.In order to study black bears, researchers from New Jersey, USA, catch bears and use drugs (毒品) to help them go to sleep. Researchers then work out the size and the weight of the bear, take blood to test for diseases, remove a tooth and take it to the lab to find out its age. From these studies, researchers want to find out how many bears live in New Jersey, how long they live, and how many babies they produce.But in Minnesota, USA, researchers study bears that are completely awake. The bears know the researchers' voices and they are not afraid of die research team. With the help of a few grapes to keep the bears busy, researchers can touch them to check their hearts, look at their teeth , and do other jobs. Researchers can also walk or sit with bears for hours and make videos to learn about their everyday lives.In both places, the main purpose is the same—to make sure there is a healthy population of black bears. But the research methods and the kinds of information that researchers, are able to collect are quite different.61. In the first paragraph, we can learn that North American black bears are _______.A. shy and fearful animalsB. not found todayC. well known to scientistsD. not afraid of people62. The word "remove" in the second paragraph probably means _____ in Chinese.A. 拔下B.移植C. 清洗D. 修补63. Which of the following may NOT be included in the New Jersey studies on bears?A. The age.B. The way of their communication.C. The weight.D. The number of babies they produce.64. In the Minnesota studies, researchers _____.A. can never get close to the bearsB. study the bears while they are asleepC. use grapes to make the bears fullD. learn a lot about the bears' everyday lives65. What do the two studies have in common(共同点)?A. Research placesB. The main purpose.C. Research methods.D. Collected information.第二节口语运用(共5小题;每小题1分,满分5分)根据下面的对话内容,从方框的选项中选出最佳选项,使对话完整通顺。其中有一项为多余选项。(Mr. Black and his wife are talking about shopping.)

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