来源：模拟试题 发布时间：2020-01-11 点击：
1． What will the man do for the woman?
A. Repair her car. B. Give her a ride. C. Pick up her aunt.
2． Where are the speakers?
A. In a boat. B. In an office. C. In a store.
3. What are the speakers mainly talking about?
A. Their study. B. Their nationality. C. Their language ability.
4. What will the two speakers do?
A. Go for a walk. B. Finish a report. C. Borrow some books.
5. What room are the speakers in?
A. The bedroom. B. The dining room. C. The kitchen.
6. Who will receive the postcard?
A. Kate. B. Bill. C. Peter.
7. Which postcard does the man like?
A. The one with the boats. B. The one with the lake. C. The one with the dogs.
8. Where is the man?
A. In a hotel. B. At the airport. C. In an office.
9. What will the woman probably do next?[:]
A. Go to visit the man.
B. Find the luggage for the man.
C. Send someone to meet the man.
10. How will the man get to the bike shop?
A. By bus. B. By underground. C. By motorbike.
11. When will the man go to the bike shop?
A. On Monday. B. On Thursday. C. On Friday.
12. What does the woman ask the man to buy for her?
A. Bike lights. B. A water bottle. C. Cycling shorts.
13. Why does the man come to the woman?
A. To get some information. B. To make a complaint. C. To make a plan.
14. What does the man say about his trip?
A. It is an ordinary vacation package.
B. It costs about＄2,500 including airfares.
C. He can visit his grandparents during his trip.
15. How many days does the tour to Mexico last?
A.10 B.11 C. 13
16. What will the man do?
A. Make a flexible schedule.
B. Become a adventurous traveler.
C. Return the brochures to the woman.
17. What is the speaker satisfied with?
A. The speed of service.
B. The quality of the goods.
C. The price of the goods.
18. Which language is the speaker poor at?
A. Spanish and English. B. Spanish and Polish. C. English and Polish.
19. What was the problem with the white ball?
A. It was broken. B. It wasn’t with the table. C. It was too small.
20. What is 45993 for?
A. The speaker’s customer number.
B. The speaker’s order number.
C. The speaker’s home phone number.
Shakespeare’s Birthplace and Exhibition
Henley Street，Stratford-Upon-Avon Tel：01789 204016
Shakespeare’s Birthplace was the childhood home of William Shakespeare．Take a step back in time and see what life was like for the young Shakespeare growing up in Stratford-Upon-Avon．The house has been exactly furnished，and includes both original and copy items similar to those which would have been there in the house when Shakespeare was a boy．Beautiful painted cloths hang on the walls，brightly colored fabrics fill the rooms and his father’s glove workshop has been recreated．At the back of the house is a beautiful garden containing many plants，herbs and flowers mentioned in Shakespeare’s plays．
The neighboring exhibition shows Shakespeare's life and focuses on many rare local items connected with him，as well as a copy of the first edition of his collected plays published in 1623．
◎Limited disabled access
◎Many restaurants close to Shakespeare’s Birthplace
◎Town center parking
◎Allow at least 45 minutes to visit the house and the exhibition
21．What can we see in Shakespeare’s birthplace?
A．Old furniture． B．Ancient restaurants.
C．Colored gloves． D．Shakespeare’s plays.
22．How much would they pay if a couple with their two children visit the exhibition?
A．￡5.2． B．￡13.4． C．￡15． D．￡18.6．
23．What is the deadline to enter the exhibition on Friday in July?
A．4：00 pm． B．5：00 pm． C．5：30 pm． D．6：00 pm.
It is good to get in touch with your inner child from time to time，and obviously some people are willing to pay big money for the chance to do so in a proper environment．A Brooklyn-based adult preschool is charging customers between $333 and $999 for the chance to act like a kid again．
At Preschool Mastermind in New York adults get to participate in show—and—tell，arts—and—crafts such as finger paint，games like musical chairs and even take naps．The month-long course also has class picture day where the adults are expected to have a field trip and a parent day．
30-year-old Michelle Joni Lapidos，the brain behind the adult preschool，studied childhood education and has always wanted to be a preschool teacher．She’s always on the lookout for new ways to get people in touch with the freedom of childhood．A friend encouraged her to start the mastermind course instead．
According to Candice，her blogger friend，Preschool Mastermind gives adults a chance to relearn and master the things that they failed to understand as children．“I realized all the significances of what we learn in preschool，”said founder Michelle Joni，“People come here and get in touch with their inner child．It’s magical．We are bringing ourselves back to another place，another time with ourselves when we are more believing in ourselves，more confident and ready to take on the world．”
“One person’s here because they want to learn not to be so serious．”Michelle said．“Another's here to learn to be more confident．”She explained that most of the classes were planned．However，Joni added that while the planned activities were fun，it was often the spontaneous(自发的)moments that attracted students．“It’s the things you don’t plan for，the sharing between friends and learning from each other．’’
24．What is the purpose of Preschool Mastermind?
A．To give adults a chance to return to childhood．
B．To help parents understand their children better．
C．To provide practical training courses for teachers．
D．To introduce some ways of playing with children．
25．What is mainly discussed about Preschool Mastermind in Paragraph 2 ?
A．Its customers． B．Its activities． C．Its environment． D．Its schedule·
26．According to Candice，people come to this program to________·
A．enjoy freedom of thinking
B．realize their childhood dreams
C．discover their inner abilities
D．figure out childhood puzzles
27．What do we know about Michelle Joni?
A．She used to be a preschool teacher．
B．She likes to make plans in advance．
C．She founded Preschool Mastermind．
D．She gained confidence by sharing．
A new study has discovered that meditation(冥想)and oxygen sport together reduce depression(抑郁)．The Rutgers University study found that this mind and body combination, done twice a week for only two months，reduced the symptoms for a group of students by 40 percent.
“We are excited by the findings because we saw such a meaningful improvement in both clinically depressed and non—depressed students，”said lead author Dr．Brandon Alderman．“It is the first time that both of these two behavioral ways have been looked at together for dealing with depression．”
Researchers believe the two activities have an interactive effect in combating depression．Alderman and Dr．Tracey Shors discovered that a combination of mental and physical training (MAP)enabled students with major depressive disorder not to let problems or negative thoughts defeat them．
Rutgers researchers say those who participated in the study began with 30 minutes of focused attention meditation followed by 30 minutes of oxygen sport．They were told that if their thoughts drifted to the past or the future they should refocus on their breathing，enabling those with depression to accept moment-to-moment changes in attention．
Shors，who studies the production of new brain cells in the hippocampus—part of the brain involved in memory and learning—says scientists have shown in animal models that oxygen sport exercise keeps a large number of certain cells alive．
The idea for the human intervention(干预)came from her laboratory studies，she says，with the main goal of helping individuals acquire new skills so that they can learn to recover from stressful life events．
By learning to focus their attention and exercise，people who are fighting depression can acquire new learning skills that can help them process information and reduce the overwhelming recollection of memories from the past，Shors says．
“We know these treatments can be practiced over a lifetime and that they will be effective in improving mental health．”said Alderman．“The good news is that this intervention can be practiced by anyone at any time and at no cost．”
28．What made the research so different?
A．Adopting a way of meaningful talk．
B．Combining the two ways to treat depression．
C．Treating depression with special medicine．
D．Comparing the depressed with the non-depressed．
29．The underlined word “combating” in Paragraph 3 can be replaced by______．
A．fighting B．identifying C．distinguishing D．examining
30．What did the participants do in the research?
A．They did oxygen sport half an hour before thinking．
B．They thought quietly and then took exercise．
C．They took exercise longer than they thought．
D．They took exercise while thinking quietly．
31．What is Shors’main purpose of her studies?
A．To find out certain brain cells of humans．
B．To study the production of new brain cells．
C．To offer people a new method to treat stress．
D．To decide the links between stress and exercise．
The loneliest chimp(黑猩猩)in the world just got the best surprise—a hug from a new friend．Ponso has been by himself for nearly three years，finding himself alone after his wife and children died on the island where they were abandoned by a medical testing company many years ago．
For years a nearby villager named Germain has been Ponso’s only company，visiting him so often to bring bananas and bread—the chimp’s only source of food on the tiny island．It was clear how much Ponso missed companionship when he was recently visited by Chimpanzee Conservation Centre Director Estelle Raballand．The chimp immediately embraced Estelle Raballand in a huge hug and laughed as she reached out for him，with his smile from ear to ear．
For those who know Ponso’s backstory，his immediate ease and trust in humans might be surprising．Ponso was one of 20 chimps，all between the ages of 7 to 11 years old，relocated to an island off the Ivory Coast after being used for testing by the New York Blood Centre．After the tests were completed in 2005，the lab reportedly transferred the chimps to a string of islands，occasionally dropping off food and water because there was none in the chimps’ new homes．
Disease and hunger soon left only Ponso，his mate and their two children standing．But at the end of 2013 they died within days of each other and Ponso was now completely alone．
A group called SOS PONSO is trying to raise money for the poor lonely chimp，already achieving its goal of $20，000—all of which will be used for Ponso’s care．
32．What do we know about the chimp Ponso?
A．He was deserted by his family．
B．He found many sources of food．
C．He came to the island for a test．
D．He suffers from loneliness greatly．
33．How did Ponso feel about the visit of Estelle Raballand?
A．Excited． B．Frightened． C．Embarrassed． D．Confused.
34．What is Paragraph 3 mainly about?
A．The chimps’ new settlement．
B．How Ponso came to the island．
C．Why Ponso was used for a test．
D．The medical test about chimps．
35．What can be inferred from the text?
A．Germain won’t visit Ponso any more．
B．A new lab will be built on the island．
C．Many people show concern for Ponso．
D．More chimps will be brought to the island．
36 If you are growing tomatoes in your backyard for sale you are producing for the market. You might sell some to your neighbor and some to the local manager of the supermarket. But in either case, you are producing for the market. 37 If people stop buying tomatoes, you will stop producing them.
If you take care of a sick person to earn money, you are producing for the market. If your father is a steel worker or a truck driver or a doctor or a grocer, he is producing goods or service for the market.
38 You may spend money in stores, supermarkets, gas stations and restaurants. Still you are buying from the market. When the local grocer hires you to drive the delivery truck, he is buying your labor in the labor market.
39 But for each person or business that is making and selling something, it is very concrete. If nobody buys your tomatoes, it won't be long before you get the message. ___40__It is telling you that you are using energies and resources in doing something the market doesn't want you to do.
A. The market may be something abstract.[:.]
B. The sellers are always smarter than buyers.
C. When you spend your income, you are buying things from the market.
D. The market is a concept.
E. One has to make his ends meet when shopping.
F. The market is telling you something.
G. Your efforts are being directed by the market.
A little girl lived in a simple and poor house on a hill. Usually she 41 play in the small garden. She could see over the garden fence and across the valley a wonderful house with shining golden windows high on another hill. 42 she loved her parents and her family, she desired to live in such a house and 43 all day about how wonderful and exciting 44 must feel to live there.
At the age when she gained some 45 skill and sensibility(识别力), she 46 her mother for a bike ride __47 _the garden. Her mother finally allowed her to go, 48 her keeping close to the house and not 49 too far. The day was beautiful. The little girl knew 50 where she was heading. 51 the hill and across the valley, she rode to the 52 of the golden house.
53 she got off her bike and put it against the gate post, she focused on the path _54 _ to the house and then on the house itself. She was very disappointed when she 55 that all the windows were 56 and rather dirty.
So 57 and heart-broken, she didn't go any further. She 58 , and all of a sudden she saw an amazing ___59 . There on the other side of the valley was a little house and its windows were golden. Looking at her little home, she _60__ that she had been living in her golden house filled with love and care. Everything she dreamed was right there in front of her house. 高考英语模拟试题库
41. A. might B. should C. would D. must
42. A. Unless B. Although C. Since D. But
43. A. dreamed B. worried C. asked D. shouted
44. A. this B. that C. it D. which
45. A. different B. scientific C. musical D. basic
46. A. begged B. blamed C. invited D. paid
47. A. inside B. outside C. through D. along
48. A. insisting on B. relying on C. arguing about D. wondering about
49. A. traveling B. running C. riding D. walking
50. A. madly B. rapidly C. exactly D. possibly
51. A. Over B. Down C. Around D. Beside
52. A. windows B. steps C. center D. gate
53. A. Until B. As C. While D. Because
54. A. getting B. introducing C. leading D. moving
55. A. felt B. learned C. concluded D. found
56. A. transported B. bright C. plain D. wide
57. A. anxious B. angry C. serious D. sad
58. A. turned around B. cheered up C. settled down D. dropped in
59. A. hill B. valley C. background D. sight
60. A. imagined B. decided C. realized D. guess
Dr．Barone has helped many kids smile who were born with defects(缺陷)，including me．She did my first operations when I was a baby，which were the most important and 61 (effect)．
I don’t remember the first two operations very well．but I do recall 62 third．Dr．Barone was kind and eased me into the process．She let me choose my sleep medicine， 63 (make)sure that I was okay．I recently saw a picture of me before my operation，and I know 64 a big job she did．
Dr．Barone 65 (operate)on people with all types of birth defects．She also goes to other countries where people cannot afford this treatment and helps them 66 free．
Many people benefit from her new ways 67 (invent)to fix birth defects of the head and face．She has won many awards．A few of the most recent 68 (be)Best Doctors in America 2013-2014，America’s Top Plastic Surgery，and many others．
Dr．Barone was my doctor when I was a kid，and even though I was 69 (probable) just another patient to her，to me she was 70 (much)than just my doctor．She was and is my hero，and she gave me back my smile．
Nowadays Senior 3 students are general faced with a lot of pressure, which is rather common.
To reduce it, the followed suggestions may help. First of all, know exactly what lead to your
pressure, and then you can take measures to deal with it. Secondly, set up a goal what is not too
high, in another words, don't put too much pressure on yourself. Thirdly, find a way to relax
you occasionally. For example, you can listen to music, go swim or just simply go walking.
Eventually, make friend with others, for example, your classmates, your teachers, your parents.
They will understand you and come to your help when you are really in the trouble. In a word,
never get yourself stuck in the pressure for "impossible is nothing".
Dear Li Hua,
I'm glad to hear that you want to study abroad in your letter.
1-5 BACBA;6-10 CCBCC; 11-15 BCABA; 16-20 CABBA
21—23 ACC 24—27ABDC 28-31 BABC 32—35 DABC
41-45 CBACD 46-50 ABACC 51-55 BDBCD 56-60 CDADC
61. effective 62. the 63. making 64.what 65.operates 66.for 67.invented 68.are 69.probably 70.more
general---generally followed --- followinglead ---leads
swim---swimmingfriend---friends∧your parents---or/and the --﹨
Dear Li Hua,
I'm glad to hear that you want to study abroad in your letter. Here is what I know about what kind of Chinese students are favored in foreign colleges and universities.
As far as I know, the language ability is essential, which helps you communicate with others and makes it easier for you to understand the courses. Besides, you should have the ability to adapt quickly to the new environment. What's more, your interest is valued as well, for it has a lot to do with success. Last but not least, those who are willing to shoulder social responsibility are especially respected and welcomed.
This is some of my advice, and I hope it can be of some help to you. May you succeed! Best wishes and good luck.
- 2017年空军晋升中将_2017年陕西空军招飞工作启动 空军招飞工作安排
- [2019陕西普通高中学业水平考试]陕西最新普通高中学业水平考试实施办法发布 2019年实施
- [2016年泰晤士高等教育世界大学排名]2016年泰晤士高等教育世界大学排名 清华北大进入前50