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浙江省长兴中学2016届高三全真模拟考试英语试题

3已有 232 次阅读  2016-07-11 10:27   标签英语试题  浙江省  长兴  中学 

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2016届高三全真模拟考试

英语试题卷

 

本试卷分选择题部分和非选择题部分。共120分。考试时间120分钟。

选择题部分(共80分)

 注意事项:

 1. 答第卷前,考生务必将自己的姓名、座位号写在答题卡。

 2. 每小题选出答案后,用2B铅笔把答题卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑。如需改动,用橡皮擦干净后

再选涂其他答案标号。不能答在试卷上。

第一部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分30分)

第一节:单项填空(共20小题;每小题0.5分,满分10分)

ABCD四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该选项标号涂黑。

1. —I love to have popcorn while watching a movie. It’s calorie-free.

  —______. Even a medium size popcorn has 670 calories.

  A. That’s for sure                             B. It’s not the case

  C. I couldn’t agree more                       D. I’m glad to know that

2. —What ______ coincidence! I wasn’t expecting to see you here.

  — Yeah, I am also here to appreciate the paintings that are in ______ possession of the museum.

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

3. Although Jason had failed many times to get the qualification of getting the race in the state, he lost ______ of his enthusiasm for running.

  A. neither             B. some              C. none                  D. all

4. Firefighters were fighting a ______ battle to save the little girl trapped in the burning house.

  A. particular          B. fierce                C. constant              D. desperate

5. The number one reason ______ the 16-year-old singer exploded in popularity is his raw singing talent.

  A. that                    B. whether           C. how                   D. why

6. We need to dig deep inside ourselves to find our own ______ for success.

  A. promises                B. potentials            C. attempts              D. signs

7. Birds can fly because they have the strong chest muscle ______ for flying.

  A. required                B. provided          C. strengthened          D. possessed

8. ______ has been planned so far ahead is sure to change as one puts it into practice.

  A. Whichever           B. However           C. Whatever              D. Whenever

9. The manager’s demand was that the data referred to in his report ______ to Mr. Andrew without delay.

  A. were e-mailed                                B. would be e-mailed

C. should be e-mailed                           D. had been e-mailed

10. An expression of thanks to the host would be ______ after the dinner.

   A. in common          B. in turn               C. in place              D. in order

11. Susie ______ in Alibaba company for ten years but she is now running her online business.

   A. has been working       B. worked            C. has worked                D. had worked

12. It’s wise for the teachers to measure the students’ performance in terms of their efforts ______ just the intelligence they have.

   A. more than          B. along with            C. or rather              D. rather than

13. Believe it or not, many frozen vegetables are ______ as nutritious as fresh ones and sometimes even more so.

   A. particularly           B. occasionally      C. equally               D. eventually

14. —What makes Bill so angry?

   —______. His girl friend promised to come at 8:30, but she hasn’t turned up yet.

   A. Having kept waiting                     B. Being kept waiting   

C. To be kept waiting                      D. He was kept waiting

15. Successful and unique people always determine who they are ______ common people always change their faith.

   A. until              B. before                C. although              D. while        

16. As it turned out to be a small house party, we ______ so formally.

   A. needn’t dress up                           B. shouldn’t dress up  

C. mustn’t have dressed up                    D. needn’t have dressed up

17. Not many of us really got to see the hard work that happens ______ the scenes to make our favorite movies come to life.

   A. without                B. to                    C. behind                    D. by 

18. She was well over the age limit. ______, her application for the post was rejected.

   A. In the meanwhile                            B. As a consequence 

C. Above all                               D. After all

19. A working party has been set up to ______ the cause of the accident.

   A. look over          B. look through      C. look into             D. look up

20. —Sarah’s sister has just given birth to quadruplets(四胞胎) this afternoon.

   —_______.

   A. You said it            B. You don’t say        C. I mean it             D. Good for her

第二节:完形填空(共20小题;每小题1分,满分20分)

阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从21 ~ 40各题所给的四个选项(ABCD)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。

Growing up in a military family, I moved a lot. I mostly went to   21   with other kids whose parents were also in the military. But when my dad   22   from the army after twenty years of service, I found myself   23   a civilian (平民的) school with twelve-year-olds who shared no similar life experience with me.

I was a stranger in a strange land. Everyone in my class had grown up together, and they had no room to

24   for a newcomer. I wore different clothes, had different thoughts, and spoke with an accent. I   25   for the first few weeks of school. I had no friends, no activities, and no   26   of a bright future. To deal with it all, I began   27   in my diary every day stories of adventure, of old friends, of feelings that I could not speak. I wrote as if my life depended on it, as if the very next breath I took could not happen   28 I wrote down words.

One day, my teacher, Mrs. Bush, came to me and asked why I always sat there writing instead of playing with others. I told her I enjoyed writing and   29   writing to playing. She smiled at me  and walked away. About three weeks later, Mrs. Bush gave us a writing assignment. I was   30   that I could now participate in something I knew I excelled in. That night I worked and worked on the essay. I wrote with great   31  . It was my one chance to feel important and   32   by the class.

A few days after we handed in our assignments, Mrs. Bush called me up to the   33   of the classroom. I stood before thirty pairs of eyes looking at me, and I got   34  . Was I in trouble? Did I do something wrong? Then Mrs. Bush told the class how much she   35   all the work that went into the essay and everyone had done a great job. But, she said, one student stood   36   as an excellent writer, one with imagination, creativity, and word mastery. That student was me! The class clapped politely and Mrs. Bush handed me my paper, with the following   37   on it: "Malinda, you are an excellent writer. You fill your paper with the breathing of your heart. Please keep on writing and share your   38   of writing with the world. I am proud of you and glad you are in my class."

Mrs. Bush helped me feel a sense of   39  , a place of purpose, and a way to survive a transition in life. She helped me gain   40   in myself that stayed with me beyond sixth grade.

21. A. church              B. school              C. war                 D. work          

22. A. separated           B. withdrew            C. quit                D. retired

23. A. visiting                B. attending           C. running             D. leaving

24. A. build               B. preserve            C. take                D. spare  

25. A. struggled           B. played              C. fought              D. exercised   

26. A. memory          B. control                 C. promise             D. need 

27. A. reading                 B. drawing             C. writing             D. copying 

28. A. unless              B. once                C. while               D. after   

29. A. compared            B. applied             C. turned              D. preferred 

30. A. astonished         B. satisfied           C. excited             D. embarrassed     

31. A. anxiety                 B. curiosity           C. wonder         D. passion 

32. A. impressed           B. accepted            C. challenged         D. envied  

33. A. front               B. corner              C. door                D. outside

34. A. annoyed             B. disappointed            C. worried             D. surprised  

35. A. appreciated         B. expected            C. recognized         D. enjoyed 

36. A. out                  B. up              C. by              D. off   

37. A. descriptions            B. remarks             C. suggestions           D. accounts 

38. A. advantage           B. purpose             C. gift                D. idea        

39. A. responsibility     B. belonging           C. devotion            D. relief                

40. A. interest                B. imagination         C. creativity         D. confidence

第二部分:阅读理解(第一节20小题,第二节5小题;每小题2分,满分50分)

第一节:阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(ABCD)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。

A

The lights go out — another power failure. “Grab the candles,” Mom says, and I do. My younger brother and I search every room to collect the tall candles and votives (烛台) around the house. I hurry from shelf to shelf gathering wax sticks in my arms and place them in the living room, a few candles in each corner except for a small red votive. That one I keep. It is the one I will take to the coffee table to use to read. I slide my book, Things Fall Apart, beside the candle holder, determined to finish the last three chapters, but lacking conviction(决心,勇气). So the book remains closed. A sigh escapes my brother’s lips.

“This is boring,” he says. A drop of wax falls on my book. “I know,” I say, but really, I am enjoying the stillness. I like to watch the candle burn and feel that life is simple. I like to look out the window into an immediate darkness unspoiled by the unpleasant night. I cherish these silent moments when I feel as if I can live the way they lived, the people of the past — the Egyptians, the Pilgrims, the Greeks — anyone who ever lived to see the black color I’m seeing, anyone who lived to see a yellow flame and depended on it. I feel at one with a secret, ancient age. I’m convinced that night, in this free state, is the closest a person can get to experiencing the past.

So, what was night really like for them? Night, as we know it now, is a soft, tender thing compared to the unapproachable darkness that covered Earth’s first people. Even its beauty seemed incomparable.

What did a farmer’s family do at night? Of course, the darkness must have brought them together, forced them into each other’s company as it has done to us tonight — improved unity in a time of fear and uncertainty. A fire probably burned brightly in a central room where the family gathered to talk and relax. Night was a time when men and women were liberated from work and socialized. They had no computers or TVs, and had to make do with books, religion, and conversation. At their bedside, they prayed to God, and felt a sense of security that they were out of the darkness and harm’s reach.

Nevertheless, to hang out was sometimes necessary, and the threat of robbers, wolves was present. What emotions did these people feel? Did they witness a deep bright blue cloud across heaven? Catch a glimpse of the devil’s creatures? What would it have been like to feel the night, heavy and damp against my back? Would it have taken me, choked me with its powerful hands, separated me from other people? Or would those have been frightful dreams, and dreams only?

I imagine a young girl, stepping outside her home and into a desert for some air. A cool, earthy smell would greet her. There’s a sky decorated with millions of stars — far more than a person could see today — and there’s the moon. It’s the largest object in the sky, the midnight sun that lights the world, the traveler’s torch. It inspires stories of uncertainty, stories of power. I imagine this girl amazed at the moon and stars. If she wanders too far, she needn’t worry, for the stars will lead her back home.

Bzzz! The lights return. Everyone cheers and abandons the room, happy that their period of loneliness is over, everyone except me. I pull my candle closer, and stare into the night. The glory is gone; it has been lighted by street lamps, electric signs, TVs, and all other manner of artificial light. But in those moments, when every light in every house was put out, people may have had a taste of the old world. They may finally have touched upon the fear, the admiration, and the respect that our ancestors felt for the night. 

41. It can be learned from the passage that the writer thinks the power failure       .

A. offers people a good chance to simplify their life  

B. keeps people away from the harm of the artificial lights

   C. brings too much inconvenience to people

   D. gives people a time to experience an old lifestyle

42. By saying “This is boring.” (Paragraph2), the writer’s brother most probably means ______.

   A. what the writer is reading is really uninteresting

   B. it’s dull for the family to have to stay indoors at night

   C. he really hates the sudden power failure

   D. he is afraid of the threat of robbers and wild animals

43. From Paragraph4, we can learn that farmers of the past ______.

   A. lived a really simple and boring life           

B. had nothing in common with modern people

   C. didn’t have to work as hard as modern people   

D. might have no choice but to stay indoors at night

44. The writer makes up the story of a young girl in order to ______.

   A. inspire people to explore a desert         

B. show his appreciation for the beauty of night

   C. inform people of what to do at night       

D. provide suggestions for traveling at night

45. Why does the writer not feel happy like others when the lights return in the end?

   A. Because the stars will lose their power.        

B. Because the candle must be put out right away.

   C. Because he has already been used to candle light.   

D. Because he is held spellbound in the power of night.

B

Here are some must-know tips for applying to US colleges.

Why are American universities so expensive?

First of all, I’ll say that American education is expensive for Americans but you’re getting a high-quality education from some of the best professors in the world with some of the best resources and facilities in the world. American universities have state-of-the-art laboratories, computers, research systems, classrooms and all that is expensive. And also at many U.S. universities, you’re learning from leading researchers and people who are at the top of the line in their field so it’s also expensive for universities to have those people as professors. So, you’re paying for a quality product — that’s why it’s very expensive.

What kind of financial aid is available?

It really depends on the university what kind of financial aid is available. There are a lot of opportunities out there for international students. There are some universities that have merit-based scholarships. Many have scholarships in general for international students. There are athletic scholarships, scholarships based on a specific talent.

Are school rankings important?

I know that rankings matter to a lot of parents and students worldwide, but here in the U.S. we pay very little attention to rankings. The rankings that are produced are actually the opinion of several different magazines. The official government doesn’t have a universal ranking system. With that said, we know that for many families abroad and outside the United States, rankings are very important. So as a university, we try to make that information available so that students can see our rankings.

How can I prepare for the visa interview?

As long as you are a genuine student, it’s likely that you will receive your visa. When you go for the interview they’re looking for generally three things.

One, of course, when you go into that visa interview, you should really know things about the university that you’re going to, why you’re going there, why you want to study, what you want to study — that’s how you show that you’re a genuine student.

The second thing that they’re looking for is to be sure that you have the finances to cover your educational program. You’ll have to submit the same bank documentation you used in order to get your I-20 to the U.S. Embassy as part of your interview to prove that you are able to pay for your education in the U.S..

The next thing that they’re mainly looking for is to be sure that you’re a legitimate student and that you’re not looking to move to the United States, that you have a reason to return to your home country, prospective employment.

46. The passage is mainly about ______.

A. high-quality education in America              

B. learning atmosphere in US universities

C. instructions on university admission in America    

D. approaches to getting financial aid in US universities                     

47. American universities are expensive because ______.

A. they have outstanding professors

B. they provide a high-quality education

C. they have the most advanced learning equipment

D. there are so many international students applying to US universities

48. What can we learn about financial aid?

A. All international students can get scholarships.

B. Scholarships are funded by the US government.

C. One can have only one opportunity to get the scholarship.

D. Financial aid varies from university to university.

49. Why are school rankings made available?

A. Rankings matter to a lot of parents and students in the U.S..

B. The students can get whole information of the university they are interested in.

C. Many families abroad pay great attention to school rankings.

D. The parents and students can know the opinion of several different magazines.

C

Tears are kind of like sports drinks in that they contain various vitamins and minerals. For tear-drinking species like butterflies and bees, tears make them energetic. Ecologist Carlos de la Ro and his team watched and photographed bees and butterflies drinking crocodile tears. A paper on the discovery is published in the latest issue of Ecology and the Environment. The crocodile seemed not to mind. It was relaxing on the banks of the Río Puerto Viejo in northeastern Costa Rica when the drink feast happened.

“It was one of those natural history moments that you long to see up close,” Ro, director of the La Selva Biological Station for the Organization for Tropical Field Studies in San Pedro, Costa Rica, said in a press conference. “But then the question becomes, what’s going on in here? Why are these insects tapping into this resource?” He had previously seen butterflies and moths in the Amazon feeding on the tears of turtles. Other researchers have witnessed bees sipping tears.

A clue helping to explain why this happens comes from puddles (水坑). Butterflies often gather around mud puddles, sipping their mineral-laden water. Though bountiful in the ocean, salt is often a rare and valuable resource on land. We obviously get more than our fair share in salty foods, but butterflies and other insects need to look for other sources. In fact, Ro said that when minerals are rare in the soil, certain insects and other animals can acquire salt and minerals from sweat and even blood. When given those choices, tear sipping seems easier and more pleasant to taste. Tear drinkers can target humans too. In parts of Thailand, where people spend a lot of time outdoors and where minerals can be rare in local soils, bees have been known to sip human tears. It therefore makes sense that when our prehistoric ancestors got upset, smaller species would come around to clean up their tears. Nature is a wonderful recycler.

As for Ro, he was excited to photograph tear drinking in the moment. Some of the best discoveries are unplanned and simply occur when a person is in the right place at the right time, but is also prepared. “I learned I have to carry a camera with me, because you never know what you’re going to find when you’re walking to the office or the dining hall,” he said.

One day, for example, he noticed a new species of dragonfly on his way to breakfast. The dragonfly had changed from its larval (幼虫) form in the small pool of water caught in the cupped leaves of a bromeliad plant (凤梨科植物). Ro did a double take. Dragonflies don’t live on bromeliads. Or do they?

“Those are the kinds of things that, you know, you don’t plan for them, you can’t plan for them,” he said, adding that there was only one known species of dragonfly in the world that lives in bromeliads and now there will be two. “You just keep your eyes open and have curiosity, and when you see something that doesn’t seem to fit, dig.” 

50. According to the passage, which of the following animals is a tear drinker?

   A. Crocodile.             B. Dragonfly.            C. Bee.              D. Turtle.

51. The underlined word “bountiful” (Paragraph 3) is closest in meaning to ______.

   A. priceless                  B. unusual           C. plentiful             D. various

 

52. Humans may be targeted by tear drinkers in places where ______.

   A. there are a lot of puddles                       B. the soils contain few minerals

   C. people have food with less salt                      D. people spend little time outdoors

53. The example of dragonfly in Paragraph 5 may suggest that some best discoveries ______.

   A. are often unexpected                        B. need only good luck

   C. are tiring but worthwhile                       D. need patience and planning    

54. The passage mainly talks about ______.

   A. the balance of nature                            B. the importance of ecology

   C. a new species of dragonfly                       D. a tear-drinking phenomenon            

D

Two men, both seriously ill, occupied the same hospital room. One man was allowed to sit up in his bed for an hour each afternoon to help drain the fluid from his lungs. His bed was next to the rooms only window.

The other man had to spend all his time flat on his back. The men talked for hours on end. They spoke of their wives and families, their homes, their jobs, their involvement in the military service, where they had been on vacation. And every afternoon when the man in the bed by the window could sit up, he would pass the time by describing to his roommate all the things he could see outside the window.

The man in the other bed began to live for those one-hour periods where his world would be broadened and enlivened by all the activity and color of the world outside. The window overlooked a park with a lovely lake. Ducks and swans played on the water while children sailed their model boats. Young lovers walked arm in arm amidst flowers of every color of the rainbow. Grand old trees graced the landscape, and a fine view of the city skyline could be seen in the distance.

As the man by the window described all this in full detail, the man on the other side of the room would close his eyes and imagine the picturesque scene. One warm afternoon the man by the window described a parade passing by. Although the other man couldnt hear the bandhe could see it in his minds eye as the gentleman by the window portrayed it with descriptive words. Then unexpectedly, an evil thought entered his mind. Why should the other man alone experience all the pleasures of seeing everything while he himself never got to see anything? It didnt seem fair.

At first thought the man felt ashamed. But as the days passed and he missed seeing more sights, his envy eroded into anger and soon turned him sour. He began to brood(忧思) and he found himself unable to sleep. He should be by that windowthat thought, and only that thought now controlled his life.

Late one night as he lay staring at the ceiling, the man by the window began to cough. He was choking on the fluid in his lungs. The other man watched in the dimly lit room as the struggling man by the window felt for the button to call for help.

Listening from across the room he never moved, never pushed his own button, which would have brought the nurse running in. In less than five minutes the coughing and choking stopped, along with that the sound of breathing. Now there was only silencedeathly silence.

The following morning the day nurse arrived to bring water for their baths. When she found the lifeless body of the man by the window, she was saddened and called the hospital attendants to take it away. As soon as it seemed appropriate, the other man asked if he could be moved next to the window. The nurse was happy to make the switch, and after making sure he was comfortable, she left him alone. Slowly, painfully, he propped(支撑)himself up on one elbow to take his first look at the world outside. Finally, he would have the joy of seeing it all himself. He struggled to slowly turn to look out of the window beside the bed.

It faced a blank wall!

The man asked the nurse what could have compelled his deceased roommate who had described such wonderful things outside this window. The nurse responded that the man was blind and could not even see the wall. She said, Perhaps he just wanted to encourage you.

55. The underlined word “enlivened” (Paragraph 3) is closest in meaning to ______.

   A. changed                                     B. brightened               

C. developed                                   D. enlarged

56. What didn’t the man by the window describe to his roommate?

   A. A parade passing by.                             B. Lively activities in a park.

   C. A fantastic window.                         D. Vivid colors of the outside world.

57. According to Paragraph4, what attitude did the man on the other side of the room hold towards his roommate?

A. Envious.                                    B. Admirable.           

C. Grateful.                                   D. Indifferent.

58. According to the passage, we can figure out that the blind man pictured wonderful things to his roommate ______.

   A. to relieve himself from pain                    

B. to beautify the blank wall

C. to build up his roommate’s confidence to live on 

D. to share the picturesque scene with his roommate

59. Which of the following statements is true as to the death of the blind man by the window?

   A. He must have died of grief and sorrow.

   B. He must have been desperate due to his deadly disease.

   C. He shouldn’t have given in to his fate.

   D. He could have been saved had his roommate helped call for help.

60. Which of the following is the best title for the passage?

   A. A Blank Wall                                B. The Window           

C. Two Patients                                    D. An Evil Thought

第二节:下面文章中有5处(第61–65题)需要添加小标题。请从以下选项(ABCDEF)中选出符合各段意思的小标题,并在答题纸上将相应选项的标号涂黑。选项中有一项是多余选项。

A. Be clear on your menu

B. Get to know everything

C. Select staff who can sell

D. Have a solid business plan

E. Look around to find your location

F. Have an even better marketing plan

According to the National Restaurant Association, industry scales are projected to reach a record $580 billion in 2015, a 2.5 percent increase over 2014. For those who are set on getting into the multibillion-dollar restaurant game, James Sinclair, principal at On Site Consulting, a national hospitality consulting firm, says it’s going to take more than passion to succeed. He spoke about what every new restaurant owner must consider before opening the doors. His advice:

61.     

The best types of owners are the ones who know how to run their restaurant back to front. That means you know your way around the kitchen as well as you do around the register. The reason this is critical is because you’re essentially giving up your life, as you know it, to make this restaurant succeed. A large part of that success is based on your staff. You can’t hold your staff responsible if you don’t understand what’s going on. How do you even begin to evaluate them? Plus, having this kind of knowledge goes a long way in terms of respect from your employees. You also need to know how all parts of your business work so that when you have to make important decisions, you can do so without hesitation.

62.     

If you’re thinking about jumping into this business, you’ve got to think about your location, what you’re selling, the number of customers you need in order to make a profit, and what you’ll charge for food. It seems that anyone can create a business plan that “work” in theory. That’s why when someone comes to me with a concept, I break success down as money made per weekend, because that’s when you tend to do the best. One weekend should pay your rent, one should go to salaries paid to the employees, one to pay fixed costs like utilities, and one weekend should be straight profits. We ask that first-time restaurateurs look at this (as a measure for real-world success), and if it can’t be met, then they should reevaluate their idea.

63.     

According to the National Restaurant Association, word of mouth is still the best form of marketing for restaurants. So, when you’re thinking about marketing, it’s got to be based around giving the customers what they want. For restaurant owners, it’s important to stop looking at things like half-price discounts. That’s not where you’re going to make money, and that’s not necessarily what customers want. From the moment you open your doors, it’s about branding. The focus should be on creating a dining experience that fits the location and the customers in your area. Also, it’s natural that customers are going to order a main course so put as much focus on everything around the main course, which can double or triple your business.

64.     

    Your menu should be based, in part, on how much money you need to make per customer. In a lot of cases, your local competition has done this research for you. If they’re doing it well, look at how you can do it better. Once you decide on your menu, make sure you take the time to look at market prices for ingredients (食材). The menu you provide should be clean and simple, and stick to items that are going to increase your income.

65.     

     You can teach someone how to smile, how to sequence their service, but you can’t teach someone to sell. To do really well, you need someone who’s good at service and selling. Keep in mind that everyone in the restaurant is an extension of you. You’ve got to know they can fill the shoes you want them to fill. So don’t be afraid of removing someone for underperforming. Remember, this is your livelihood.

 

非选择题部分(共40分)

 

第三部分:写作(共二节,满分40分)

第一节:短文改错(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)

假如英语课上老师要求同学们交换修改作文,请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。文中共有10处语言错误, 要求你在错误的地方增加、删除或修改某个单词。

增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧),在其下面写上该加的词。

删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。

修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写上修改后的词。

注意1. 每处错误及其修改均仅限一词。

      2.只允许修改10处,多者(从11处起)不记分。

 

 

例如:

It was very nice to get your invitation to spend weekend with you. Luckily

                                           the

~(~ I was completely free then, so I’ll to say “yes”. I’ll arrive in Bristol at around 8 p.m.

am

in Friday evening.

on

 

Yesterday, Jack and I went to the countryside by the bus for Strawberry-picking Festival. It starts at 8:00 in the morning. After the organizer introduced the rules of the festival, we led into the strawberry garden by a girl. While walking along the road, we saw beautiful flowers and heard the birds sing. The air was much clean than that in the city that we live. During the festival, we enjoyed sweet strawberries or watched some exciting performances. At about 5:00 pm, we had to say goodbye for the garden. Jack and I really enjoyed us and hoped to visit it again. How an unforgettable experience!

第二节:书面表达(满分30分)

学会分享很重要。你有哪些东西可以分享?请结合自身的一次经历,写一篇100-120词的短文阐述分享的意义。

要求如下:1. 记述事情经过

              2. 简要谈谈自己的感悟

注意:短文的开头已给出(不计词数);短文中不得以任何形式透露地区、学校、同学姓名等真实信息。否则,按考试作弊行为认定。

     There is no doubt that it is important to learn to share.

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2016届高三全真模拟英语答案

单选:(20小题;每题0.5, 满分10)

1-5 BACDD        6-10 BACCC       11-15 BDCBD      16-20DCBCB

完形:(20小题;每题1, 满分20)

21-25 BDBDA  26-30 CAADC  31-35 DBACA  36-40 ABCBD

阅读:(20小题;每题2, 满分50)

41-45 DCDBD      46-49 CBDC       50-54 CCBAD      55-60 BCACDB

61-65 BDFAC

~(~短文改错:(10小题;每题1, 满分10)

书面表达:(满分30)

    There is no doubt that it is important to learn to share. I can share some beautiful pictures, favorite music, different ideas as well as my feelings with others. Now I’d like to share one of my unforgettable experiences with you.

    Emily, one of my classmates, was lonely and unhappy because she was shy. I hoped to cheer her up. So I shared my favorite books and chatted with her after class. With time passing by, she became used to sharing her feelings with me and gradually made more friends.

    In a word, sharing is helpful. When you share things with others, you can feel as if you are in a garden full of flowers. Sharing brings you a sense of happiness and satisfaction. The more you share, the happier you are.


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