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江苏省南京师大附中2014届高三(5月)模拟考试英语试卷


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2014 年南京师范大学附属中学高三年级模拟考试









2014.05

本试卷分第 I 卷(选择题)和第 II 卷(非选择题)两部分, 共 120 分,考试 用时 120 分钟。

第 I 卷(三部分, 共 85 分)
注意事项: 1、答第 I 卷前,考生务必将自己的姓名、考试号、考试科目涂写在答题卡上。 考试结束,将试题卷和答题卡一并交回。 2、每小题选出答案后, 用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,不能答在试题卷上。 3、考试结束,考生将本试卷和答题卡一并交回。否则不予计分。

第一部分:听力(共两节,满分 20 分)
做题时,先将答案标在试卷上。录音内容结束后,你将有两分钟的时间将 试卷上答案转涂到答题卡上。 第一节(共 5 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 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 are the speakers mainly talking about? A. A magazine. B. An actress. C. Makeup. 2. Why can’t the speakers exercise next week? A. Because of some repairs. B. Because of a festival. C. Because of their work. 3. What will the speakers probably do this weekend? A. See a film. B. Have a holiday. C. Attend a party. 4. How much will the woman charge the man? A. 15 dollars an hour. B. 12 dollars an hour. C. 10 dollars an hour. 5. What are the speakers doing? A. Watching a movie. B. Listening to music. C. Listening to a lecture. 第二节(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 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,各个小题将给出 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、7 题。
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6. What is special about the computer according to the woman? A. It doesn’t weigh very much. B. It can only be ordered over the phone. C. It comes with a two-month free trial. 7. What is the best way to pay for the computer? A. In cash. B. By credit card. C. By bank check. 听第 7 段材料,回答第 8 至 9 题。 8. Why is the plane delayed? A. Because of repairs. B. Because of a strike. C. Because of the weather. 9. What will the speakers do next? A. Change a flight. B. Have a meal. C. Go shopping. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 10 至 12 题。 10. How did the man learn about Martin Harris? A. From TV. B. From the radio. C. From the newspaper. 11. What did Martin Harris do? A. He donated a lot of money to flood victims. B. He raised awareness about the flood. C. He saved many people in the flood. 12. Why does the woman want to write Mr. Harris a letter? A. To express her appreciation. B. To ask how she can help the flood victims. C. To find out more information about his life. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 13 至 16 题。 13. What is the relationship between the speakers? A. Doctor and patient. B. Teacher and student. C. Mother and son. 14. What is the boy’s uncle? A. A doctor. B. A nurse. C. An insurance agent. 15. Why did the boy refuse to talk about his dream at first? A. He was afraid of being laughed at. B. His uncle didn’t want him to talk about it. C. He was worried that it wouldn’t come true. 16. How does the woman feel about the boy’s idea? A. It’s ridiculous. B. It’s impractical. C. It’s excellent. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. What does the speaker want to express? A. His thanks. B. His regrets. C. His good wishes. 18. What did the speaker enjoy doing last weekend? A. Cooking his favorite meal. B. Looking at the stars in the sky.
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C. Playing baseball with Monica. 19. What did the speaker dislike about the trip? A. The weather. B. The food. 20. What does the speaker ask Monica to do? A. Send him some tickets. B. Visit him at his house. C. Take him to a wild animal zoo.

C. The noise.

第二部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分 35 分)
第一节 单项选择(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 请认真阅读下面各题,从题中所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出最 佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 21. International situation is currently undergoing great changes ________ UNESCO plays an irreplaceable role in promoting international cooperation. A. which B. what C. where D. that 22. The dentist gave me a shot which took ________ almost immediately and I didn't feel a thing. A. offense B. charge C. action D. effect 23. —What’s wrong with my computer, Jack? —Let me have a check. OK, it works now. —You mean, nothing wrong with it, ________ ? A. is there B. isn’t there C. is it D. isn’t it 24. When I try to understand ________ that prevents so many children from being happy, there seem to be three causes. A. why it is B. what it does C. why it does D. what it is 25. Some friends persuaded me to apply to a combined M.D/Ph.D program ________ I could work in areas that wouldn’t be as open to me with only a Ph.D. A. even if B. so that C. as if D. in that 26. ________ anyone come to my office, please tell them I'm not available before four o’clock. A. Might B. Could C. Would D. Should 27. —What’s the best way to reach you if I have a question during the day? —I'm glad you ________. It’s best if you send me an email. A. ask B. had asked C. asked D. were asking 28. Obviously the only way to make people realize that an action is morally wrong is to punish them if they ________ it. A. confirm B. create C. commit D. compensate 29. Square dancing ________ to help maintain fitness has caused conflicts between the Damas and the neighboring residents. A. claiming B. claimed C. having claimed D. to claim

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30. Having a glass of water first thing in the morning helps rid your body of poisonous substances that ________ overnight. A. were stored B. had been stored C. are being stored D. have been stored 31. —Life is hard these days. —At least we have some money left. That's ________, isn't it? A. everything B. nothing C. something D. anything 32. —What a pity! Their experiment is a failure. —They ________ better under more favorable conditions. A. should have done B. could have done C. must have done D. may have done 33. In today’s fast changing and competitive world, to be able to learn faster and more effectively is not merely desirable; it is ________. A. essential B. worthwhile C. challenging D. sufficient 34. When the questions got personal during the talk show, the actress ________ in tears as she opened up about the wounds she suffered. A. broke up B. broke down C. broke out D. broke through 35. — You shouldn’t have told everybody my secret. — Wait a minute! I didn’t tell anyone... I swear! — Oh, ________! You big mouth! A. I don’t buy it B. I mean it C. You don’t forget it D. You got it 第二节 完形填空(共 20 小题;每题 1 分,满分 20 分) 阅读下面短文,从短文后所给各题的四个选项 A、B、C、D 中,选出可以 入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 Optimism and pessimism are both powerful forces. Each of us must choose which we want to 36 our future and our expectations. We can choose to laugh or cry, bless or 37 . It’s our decision: From which perspective do we want to view life? Will we look up in 38 or down in desperation? I believe in the upward look. I choose to 39 the positive and skip right over the negative. An optimistic attitude is not a luxury; it’s a(n) 40 . The way you look at life will determine how you feel, how you perform, and how well you will get along with other people. 41 , negative thoughts, attitudes, and expectations 42 themselves; they become a self-fulfilling prophecy (预言). Pessimism creates a dark place where no one wants to live. Years ago, I drove into a service station to get some gas. It was a beautiful day, and I was feeling great. As I walked into the station to pay for the gas, the attendant said to me, ―How do you feel?‖ That seemed like a(n) 43 question, but I felt fine and told him so. ―You don’t look well,‖ he replied. This 44 me completely by surprise. A little 45 confidently, I told him that I had 46 felt better. Without hesitation, he continued to tell me how bad I looked and that my skin appeared
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yellow. By the time I left the service station, I was feeling a little 47 . About a block away, I 48 over to the side of the road to look at my face in the mirror. How did I feel? Was I affected with jaundice(黄疸)? Was everything all right? By the time I got home, I was beginning to feel a little nauseous(恶心). Did I have a bad liver? Had I 49 some rare disease? On another beautiful day, when I went into that gas station, feeling 50 again, I figured out what had happened. The place had recently been painted a bright, distasteful 51 , and the light reflecting 52 the walls made everyone inside look as though they had hepatitis(肝炎)! I wondered how many other folks had 53 the way I did. I had let one short conversation with a total 54 change my attitude for an entire day. He told me I looked sick, and before long, I was actually feeling sick. That single 55 observation had a great effect on the way I felt and acted. The only thing more powerful than negativism is a word of optimism and hope. When a whole culture adopts an upward look, incredible things can be accomplished. 36. A. shape B. decide C. preview D. transform 37. A. forgive B. curse C. praise D. regret 38. A. vain B. anger C. action D. hope 39. A. highlight B. analyze C. evaluate D. introduce 40. A. necessity B. opportunity C. quality D. identity 41. A. Actually B. Consequently C. Accordingly D. Contrarily 42. A. rely on B. feed on C. go on D. take on 43. A. familiar B. ordinary C. odd D. easy 44. A. got B. took C. stopped D. made 45. A. more B. less C. quite D. too 46. A. never B. ever C. once D. always 47. A. uneasy B. unconcerned C. unsatisfied D. unaffected 48. A. got B. came C. took D. pulled 49. A. come up B. brought up C. picked up D. put up 50. A. fine B. upset C. sick D. calm 51. A. gray B. blue C. yellow D. red 52. A. in B. over C. off D. through 53. A. quit B. adapted C. answered D. reacted 54. A. liar B. onlooker C. attendant D. stranger 55. A. positive B. negative C. careful D. rigid

第三部分:阅读理解(共 15 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 30 分)
请认真阅读下列短文,从短文后各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选 出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A Consumer electronics once again topped the list of the most wanted gifts this holiday season. ―Seventy-six percent of consumers who plan to buy holiday gifts say
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that they will spend money buying at least one technology product; definitely a solid vote of confidence for technology.‖ Steve Koenig is with the Consumer Electronics Association. He says the group’s latest research also shows that Americans this year are spending more on technology products. ―Here in 2012, $252 on average–the technology spend for consumers this year.‖ From tablet computers to smartphones, American shoppers have been lining up to get the newest and coolest electronic devices on the market. There are more choices today than ever before. ―It’s kind of hard to make a decision.‖ Tablet computers are one of the best-selling products this year. Brian Tong is Senior Editor of CNET.com. The website reports on tech news and examines the latest electronic products. He says the Apple iPad Mini is one of the most popular tablets. Its starting price is $329. One of Apple’s biggest competitors is the Google Nexus 7. It starts at $199. ―The hardware inside is more powerful than what’s in the iPad Mini, but also it offers you a lot of things like maps that work better than Apple’s maps.‖ Brian Tong says there is one reason why people may like the iPad Mini more than the Nexus 7. ―If you just want to read books and surf the Internet, you don’t really need to get an iPad Mini, but if you want the largest group of apps that’s where the iPad and Apple’s ecosystem shines the most.‖ Elman Chacon is with the electronics store Best Buy. He says another hot product this season is smart cameras. They connect to the Internet through Wi-Fi. This makes it easy for users to email or upload photographs directly from the camera. ―You can literally take a picture, upload it into your Facebook in a matter of seconds. These things are pretty cool because they do a lot of things.‖ Streaming media boxes also connect to the Internet. People are able to watch web content such as movies and YouTube videos on their televisions. Another popular item is wireless speaker systems. The newest ones work with any device that has Bluetooth technology, including smartphones, laptops and tablets. With the growing popularity of Internet shopping, many consumers will visit a store first to look at a product, and then go online to find it at a lower price. Stores like Best Buy understand that and they want to stay competitive. ―We have something called the perfect match promise which means if you buy a certain device and you find it cheaper within 30 days we’ll go ahead and price match that for you.‖ Elman Chacon said. 56. According to Brain Tong, ________. A. the Apple’s iPad Mini is more suitable for enthusiastic readers B. the hardware in iPad Mini is more advanced than that in Nexus 7 C. Nexus 7 has fewer apps than iPad Mini D. iPad mini is more eco-friendly 57. If you’ve discovered that a certain device you bought at Best Buy is more expensive than one at another store, ________. A. you are sure to get double the amount you paid B. you can return the device and get your money back
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C. the store will return the price differences D. the store will lower the price within 30 days 58. Which of the following would be the best gift for a cab driver? A. Smart cameras. B. Streaming media boxes. C. Wireless speaker systems. D. Tablet computers. B MONTAGNE: In the summer of 2011, the world first heard of a small island in Norway under the most terrible of circumstances. Utoya Island was a youth camp run by Norway's Labor Party. One day in July, a heavily armed, right-wing extremist stepped onto the island and began shooting at random. Sixty-nine people died, over 100 were wounded; almost all, young people. This month, artist Jonas Dahlberg was appointed to create a memorial. He described to us the experience he imagines for those who come to the island. DAHLBERG: You start your walk through a forest of evergreens on a wooden pathway. After a while, this pathway starts to go down into the landscape. MONTAGNE: Down into the landscape, and into a short tunnel. When you come out, you are unable to go any farther. You can't get to the tip of the island because it has been cut off. So all you can do is look across a narrow channel of water at what is now a wall of polished stone, carved with the names of the dead. DAHLBERG: It becomes almost like a gravestone. You cannot reach it. It's close enough to be able to read, but it's forever lost for your possibility to reach. MONTAGNE: It's being called a memory wound. Exactly what do you mean by that? DAHLBERG: During my first site visit, the experience of seeing those gunshots—and you can see it was like being in an open wound. And it took me to a stage of deep sadness where it was hard to breathe. So I didn't want to illustrate loss; I wanted to make actual loss. It's just a cut through the island. MONTAGNE: On the day of the massacre, just hours before launching his shooting on the island, the killer set off a bomb in downtown Oslo, leaving eight people dead. As those events were unfolding, artist Jonas Dahlberg had been out with his brother, and stopped in at a seaside village. DAHLBERG: In the harbor, it was silent, and this is the higher end of summer. So, it's normally a very lively place. And it was total silence there; and it was a very, very strange feeling in the whole small village. And it's totally impossible to grasp what is going on. And then it just kept on. It's still almost impossible to understand it. It's also
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one of the reasons why it's so important with memorials for these kind of things. It's to maybe help a little bit to understand what was happening. So it's not just about remembering. It's also about trying to just understand. MONTAGNE: Artist Jonas Dahlberg designed the memorial for the 69 who died at a youth camp on Utoya Island. The attack was the deadliest in Norway since World War II. That memorial will open in 2015. And to see a virtual version of what it will look like, go to our website, at npr.org. This is Renee Montagne at NPR news. 59. Which of the following statements is TRUE? A. Utoya Island was the only bloody shooting spot planned by the killer. B. Utoya Island used to be a youth camp site and now has been reduced to total silence. C. Dahlberg and his brother witnessed the shooting on Utoya Island. D. Visitors to Utoya Island can touch the names of the victims carved on the polished stone. 60. By the underlined phrase ―a memory wound‖, Dahlberg means all the following EXCEPT that ________. A. the artist plans to slice through the end of an island to make actual loss B. memorials are supposed to be not only about remembering but helping people to understand what was happening C. this memorial shows the gunshots vividly to the visitors for them to understand what was happening D. the space between is meant to symbolize how those who were killed are gone but are not forgotten 61. Which of the following pictures shows the design of the memorial?

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D. C
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When Mary Barra took the wheel at General Motors in January she inherited a company in good shape. Five years after bankruptcy(破产), its profits were beyond expectations and its share price was rising. But the new boss's to-do list was long: fixing GM's loss-making European arm, keeping up momentum(势头) in China amid signs of a slowdown and giving new life to the product line. The former CEO, Dan Akerson, warned her that she would also face unexpected challenges. The first has arrived sooner than she might have expected. What appeared to be a routine recall(召回) of about 800,000 older models, linked to a faulty ignition(点火) switch, has turned out to be anything but. The number of cars recalled has leapt to more than 2.6 million. The company's clumsy handling of a safety problem that first became apparent a decade ago is now linked to the deaths of at least 13 motorists. Called before Congress to answer for GM's failings Ms Barra said she was ―deeply sorry‖ but insisted that the post-bankruptcy ―new GM‖ was not like the ―old GM‖, which had failed to deal with the ignition switches for years. Politicians and the public alike want to know how such a problem could have remained unaddressed for so long. Cars are becoming ever more complex machines, with thousands of mechanical and electronic parts. Last year it happened to 22 million vehicles in America, compared with 18 million in 2012. In fact, GM was one of only three brands that recalled fewer vehicles than it sold. Minor problems, like squeaks( 吱吱响 ) or rattles(卡嗒响), that do not affect safety are more common still. They may be fixed at a routine service; the owner may never know. The growing number of recalls is proof to an improving system for picking up faults. But it is very complicated. Dealers must record replacements of parts under warranty(保修). The carmaker needs to spot the trend, recognize it as a problem and then determine whether or not it is a design fault that requires an extensive replacement. It relies on accurate recording of every warranty replacement in every region. This system appears to have broken down at ―old GM‖. Ms Barra needs to find out why. The core problem is a widely used ignition switch that has a tendency to slip from the ―on‖ position to ―off‖ if a driver uses a heavy key-chain or bounces down a rough road. An improvement was made in 2008 to prevent the problem, which can lead to the engine shutting off, disabling the airbags. But despite a growing list of crashes and deaths, GM failed to order a recall for a component that would have cost a few dollars at most. This is odd. Most carmakers want to identify and fix problems speedily despite having to bear the cost of buying and fitting a new component. A small part can do great harm, if bad publicity leads to reputational collapse, lost sales and law suits, including heavy penalties. Appearing to put profits before safety is an invitation to battering a firm's shares, as GM has discovered. So far Ms Barra has handled the situation well. She seems to have acted as soon as she found out something was wrong. GM has appointed a worldwide safety
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president to cut through the process that may have delayed investigation and action. And in a sweeping housecleaning, GM has recalled another 2 million vehicles in America alone. GM looks set to accept moral, if not legal, responsibility. The terms of its exit from bankruptcy give immunity to lawsuits for injuries arising beforehand. But GM is likely to compensate survivors’ and victims' families anyway. It is not yet clear how much of a hammering GM will take. But hours before Ms Barra's meeting with Congress, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety issued a greatly desired ―Top Safety Pick‖ for the new Chevrolet Malibu, one of a growing number of well-received cars from GM. 62. When Mary Barra took office, there was plenty more room for GM's improvement in that ________. a. the development of Chinese market appears to be slowing down b. former bosses have failed to fix GM's loss-making European arm c. some car models lack appeal in the market d. Mr. Akerson has left some challenges for her to handle e. GM’s management teams are made up mainly of men A. a, b, and e B. b, c, and d C. a, b, and c D. a, c and d 63. What can be inferred from Paragraph 4? A. Problems like squeaks or rattles are frequent reasons for recalls. B. Recalls are not uncommon in the auto industry. C. Car companies welcome recalls to demonstrate improved products and services. D. Minor problems may be fixed at a routine service without the owners’ knowledge. 64. Mary Barra has carried out the following strategies to manage the crisis and quiet the critics EXCEPT that ________. A. as soon as she learned about the problem, she acted without hesitation B. she faced facts and apologized sincerely C. she took the legal responsibilities for their previous mistakes D. she appointed a new president for global safety for GM 65. What does the underlined word ―battering‖ in paragraph7 probably mean? A. Benefiting. B. Regulating. C. Purchasing. D. Damaging. 66. What can we infer from GM's new Malibu being awarded ―Top Safety Pick‖? A. GM's new model Malibu is specially designed to solve ignition problems. B. GM products are gaining more and more popularity around the world. C. GM seems to be on the road to saving itself from mistakes. D. GM has worked out a solution to the broken-down recall system. D This is my world now; it’s all I have left. You see, I’m old. And, I’m not as healthy as I used to be. I’m not necessarily happy with it, but I accept it. Occasionally, a member of my family will stop in to see me. He or she will bring me some flowers or a little present, maybe a set of slippers—I’ve got eight pairs. And then they will
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return to the outside world and I’ll be alone again. Oh, there are other people here in the nursing home. Residents, we’re called. The majority are about my age. I’m 84. Many are in wheelchairs. The lucky ones are passing through—a broken hip, a diseased heart, something has brought them here for rehabilitation(康复 ). When they’re well they’ll be going home. The help here is basically pretty good, although there’s a large turnover of staff. Just when I get comfortable with someone he or she moves on to another job. I understand that. This is not the best job to have. I don’t much like some of the physical things that happen to us. I don’t care much for a diaper(尿布). I seem to have lost the control acquired so diligently as a child. The difference is that I’m aware and embarrassed, but I can’t do anything about it. I’ve had three children, and I know it isn’t pleasant to clean another’s diaper. My husband used to wear a gas mask when he changed the kids. I wish I had one now. Why do you think the staff insists on talking baby talk when speaking to me? I understand English. I have a degree in music and am a certified teacher. Now I hear a lot of words that end in ―y‖. There is little need for anyone to position their face directly in front of mine and raise their voice with those ―y‖ words. Sometimes it takes longer for a meaning to sink in; sometimes my mind wanders when I am bored. But there’s no need to shout. I’d love to go out for a meal or travel again. I’d love to go to my own church, sing with my own choir. I’d love to visit my friends. Most of them are gone now or else they are in different ―homes‖ of their children’s choosing. I’d love to play a good game of bridge, but no one here seems to concentrate very well. My children put me here for my own good. They said they would be able to visit me frequently. But they have their own lives to lead. That sounds normal. I don’t want to be a burden. They know that. But I would like to see them more. One of them is here in town. He visits as much as he can. Something else I’ve learned to accept is loss of privacy. Quite often I’ll close my door when my roommate—imagine having a roommate at my age—is in the TV room. I do appreciate some time to myself and believe that I have earned at least that courtesy(礼貌). As I sit thinking or writing, one of the aides invariably opens the door unannounced and walks in as if I’m not there. Sometimes she even opens my drawers and begins searching around. Am I invisible? Have I lost my right to respect and dignity? I am still a human being. I would like to be treated as one. Back to my semiprivate room for a little semi-privacy or a nap(午睡). I do need my beauty rest; company may come today. What is today, again? The afternoon drags into early evening. This used to be my favorite time of the day. Things would wind down. I would kick off my shoes. Put my feet up on the coffee table. Pop open a bottle of Chablis and enjoy the fruits of my day’s labor with my husband. He’s gone. So is my health. This is my world. 67. Which of the following statements can be inferred from the passage? A. The staff at the nursing home mistreated the elderly people. B. Nursing home workers sometimes stole items from her drawers.
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C. Her children did not often visit because they felt guilty for having put her in the nursing home. D. The staff used baby talk with her because they assumed her mind had aged as her body had. 68. The author concluded her essay with a tone of ________. A. dignity B. sadness C. disappointment D. confusion 69. How will the author’s son most probably feel after he reads this essay? A. Sympathetic. B. Regretful. C. Angry. D. Relieved. 70. The best title for the passage would be ________. A. The Disadvantages of Growing Old B. If Only I could be getting better C. The Elderly: A Forgotten Generation D. The Place That Changed My Life

第二卷(非选择题,共 35 分)
第四部分: 任务型阅读 (共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分)
请认真阅读下列短文, 并根据所读内容在文章后表格中的空格里填入最恰当 的单词。注意:每个空格只填 1 个单词。请将答案写在答题纸上相应题号的横 线上。 There's a huge power in knowing how to make adjustments in life. In fact, it's possible to turn failure into success by making the right adjustments. The trick is in knowing where the adjustment is needed and how much. We call people who have the ability to make the best life adjustments happy. And on the other hand we call people who refuse or neglect to make adjustments sad, frustrated or confused. Whatever your stage in life, age or financial level, everyone will face what I call the 3 C's. The 3 C's are changes, challenges and choices. The person who handles the 3 C's the best we call happy and well adjusted. One obstacle many people trip over is assuming money will help them make the best life adjustments. Wrong! It may help in some ways, but even money won't help unless you have the knowledge and put in the effort. For instance, dysfunctional (不 正常的) wealthy people who find it hard to deal with the challenges, changes and choices of life are not that hard to find. So, what's one of the key factors of people who fail to live up to their potential? They fail to make life adjustments when faced with changes, challenges or choices. Here are 3 simple but powerful tips to help you make effective life adjustments when faced with the 3 C's or changes, challenges and choices. Learn To Think With Your Eyes And Ears When you learn how to think with your eyes we call that observation and when you learn how to think with your ears we call that hearing. Most people see but few
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people know how to observe. The difference between seeing and observing is like the difference between reading and studying. The same goes with listening. It only requires ears to hear, but it often takes awareness and thought to listen. One factor in helping you to listen better is to hear not only what people say but what they don't say. Reading body language and voice inflection can help you listen between the lines. All these play an effective role in helping you to think with your eyes and ears. Learn To Go With The Flow The people who learn to make the best life adjustments cultivate the habit of going with the flow. For example, they refuse to sweat the small stuff, they remain flexible to life changes. The best way to do that is to trust your instincts(直觉). The more you do that the more they will work for you. Worry tends to ruin your God-given instincts. Notice people who can go with the flow and you'll find a person with sharp instincts. Be Prepared For Changes, Challenges And Choices If you can keep an attitude of preparation you'll have the best chance of making effective life adjustments. What kind? The kind that can see you through problems, setbacks and challenges. As the saying goes, ―If you stay ready, you don't have to get ready.‖ That's the best advice for anyone who wants to make the best life adjustments and win! Title: Whoever Makes The Best Adjustments (71) ▲ Outlines Supporting details Introduction Failure can turn into success when the right adjustments are (72) ▲ . Definition 3C’s stand for changes, challenges and choices. And people (73)_ ▲ at handling 3C’s are happy and well adjusted. Wrong (74) Money (75) ▲ than your knowledge and effort will help ▲ you make the best life adjustments. ? Learn to (76) ▲ and listen. * Different from seeing, observation means thinking with eyes. * (77) ▲ hearing, listening requires awareness and Three tips thought. ? Learn to go with the flow. * Adapting to life changes without being (78) ▲ about small stuff. * Forming the habit of going with the flow by (79) ▲ on your instincts. ? Be prepared for 3C’s. With an attitude of preparation, it is more (80) ▲ that you will adjust to life effectively.

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第五部分:书面表达(满分 25 分)
阅读下面的短文,然后按要求写一篇 150 词左右的英语短文。 There once was a little boy who had a bad temper. His father gave him a bag of nails and told him that every time he lost his temper, he must hammer a nail into the back of the fence. The first day the boy had driven 37 nails into the fence. Over the next few weeks, as he learned to control his anger, the number of nails hammered daily gradually dwindled down. He discovered it was easier to hold his temper than to drive those nails into the fence. Finally the day came when the boy didn’t lose his temper at all. He told his father about it and the father suggested that the boy now pull out one nail for each day that he was able to hold his temper. The days passed and the young boy was finally able to tell his father that all the nails were gone. The father took his son by the hand and led him to the fence. He said, ―You have done well, my son, but look at the holes in the fence. The fence will never be the same. When you say things in anger, they leave scars just like these. And no matter how many times you say you're sorry, the wounds will still be there.‖ 写作内容: 1. 以―Anger management‖为题约 30 个词概括上文的主要内容。 2. 谈谈你的想法(120 词),内容包括: (1)分析愤怒情绪可能产生的后果(至少两点); (2)就如何控制愤怒情绪提出建议(至少两点)。 写作要求: 1. 不得直接引用原文中的句子。 2. 作文中不得出现真实的姓名和学校名称。 评分标准: 概括准确,语言规范,内容合适,语篇连贯。

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Anger management ____▲_______________________________________________________________ _ ________________▲___________________________________________________ _ ____________________________▲_______________________________________ _ _________________________________________▲__________________________ _ ________________________________________________________▲___________ _ _____________________________________________________________________ _

南京师大附中 2014 年高三英语模拟考试(答案)
第 I 卷(三部分,共 85 分) 第一部分:听力(共两节,满分 20 分) 1-5 BACBC 6-10 ABCBC 11-15 CABBA 第二部分:英语知识运用(共两节, 满分 35 分) 21-25CDADB 26-30DCCBD 31-35CBABA 第二节 完形填空 (共 20 小题,每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 36-40ABDAA 41-45DBCBB 46-50AADCA 51-55CCDDB 第三部分:阅读理解(共 15 小题,每小题 2 分,满分 30 分) 56-58 CCC 59-61 BCA 62-66 CBCDC 67-70 DBBC 第 II 卷 (两部分,共 35 分) 第四部分:任务型阅读(共 10 小题;每小题 l 分,满分 l0 分) (71) Wins/Succeeds (72) made (73) good/skilled (74) assumption/thought/idea/opinion (75) rather (76) observe (77) Unlike (78) worried/concerned (79) depending/relying/counting (80) likely/possible/probable

16-20 CABCB

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第五部分 书面表达(满分 25 分) One possible version Anger management A bad-tempered boy finally learned to properly manage his anger following his father’s advice---hammering nails into the fence. And he was also made to understand that venting anger can do irreversible harm to others. (35) If anger is expressed in harmful ways, it can lead to problems---sometimes for you and often for others around you. People with poor anger management are more likely to have problems with personal relationships; what’s worse, they can experience anxiety, depression, even problems with alcohol. In a word, it can affect the overall quality of your life. To keep your anger in check, you need to recognize what makes you angry and identify the warning signs of anger in your body, so that when you are about to lose it, you can get out of the situation, taking a walk or using other distractions from the situation. But if you feel your anger is out of control, don’t hesitate to seek professional assistance from a psychologist or a support group. (131)

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