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2018苏锡常镇英语二模原卷,答案,解析
 
发布日期: 2019-04-22  


江苏省苏锡常四市2018界高三5月调研(二模)英语试题

第一卷(选择题 85)

第一部分: 听力(共两节,满分20)
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的各案转涂到答题卡上。

第一节(5小题,每小题1分,满分5)
听下面5段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的ABC 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. How much will Jenny pay?
A. 30 pounds. B. 35 pounds. C. 70 pounds.

2. What does the man want to do?

A. Go to work on foot.

B. Start work earlier than usual.
C. Take exercise in the company.

3. What does the woman rally mean?

A. The man should go on playing tennis.

B. She will give the man some tips on tennis.

C. The man has a good reason to quite tennis.
4. What is the woman doing now?
A. Drawing some money. B. Looking for a hospital.       C. Asking the way.

5. What are the two speakers really talking about?
A. Google. B. Love. C. Information.

第二节(15 小题; 每小题1分,满分15 )
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ABC 三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各个小题,每小题5 秒钟: 听完后,各小题将给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。
听第6段材料,回答第67题。
6. Why does the woman make a phone call?
A. To confirm a reservation.
B. To cancel a reservation.
C. To make a reservation.
7. When does the hotel have a special offer?
A. In January. B. In February. C. In March.
听第7段材料,回答第8 9题。
8. What’s the main reason the woman calls the man?
A. She invites him to go boating.
B. She wants to borrow his car.
C. She needs him to have her car repaired.
9. What will the woman confirm with the mar soon?
A. Things he needs to bring.
B. The specific time they’ll set out.
C. The person who will drive a car.
听第8段材料,回答第10 12题。
10. What’s the probable relationship between the two speakers?
A. Friends. B. Strangers. C. Classmates.
11. Who will hold a piano party next Saturday night?
A. The woman. B. The man.                C. The man’s students.
12. What do we know about the man’s daughter?
A. She grew up in Paris.
B. She teaches art in New York University.
C. She likes painting and playing the piano.
听第9段材料,回答第13 16题。
13. What are the two speakers mainly discussing?
A. Calling a roommate.

B. Visiting a friend of theirs.

C. Studying for a test.
14. Why is the man in the TV studio?
A. He’s taking a break from studying.

B. He has already finished studying.
C. He’s finding information for his friend.
15. Why is the man surprised when the woman wants to study with him?
A. Because she got a hundred on the last test.
B. Because he thought she preferred to study alone.
C. Because he told her that he had done poorly in the last test.
16. What is the probable reason for the man’s unwillingness to call Elizabeth?
A. She is not one of his friends.
B. He doesn’t want to bother her so late at night.
C. He would rather go over the problems by himself. 18
听第10段材料,回答第17 20题。
17. Which of the following topics is NOT mentioned in this passage?
A. Types of skin.
B. Treatments of skin problems.
C. Functions of skin.
18. What will happen to blood passages in the skin if a person gets too cold?
A. They will become warm.
B. They will become narrow.
C. They will become wide.
19. What do we know about the cause of skin problems?
A. It’s caused by eating chocolate.
B. It’s caused by being nervous.
C. It is still unknown to us.
20. How can mild cases of skin problems be generally treated?
A. By taking drugs by mouth.
B. By having skin operation
C. By using medicines directly on the skin.
第二部分: 英语知识运用(共两节,满分35)
第一节: 单项填空(15 小题: 每小题1分,满分15 )
请认真阅读下面各题,从题中所给的ABCD 四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
21. —What do you think of Steven Hawking?
—Well, despite his disabled body, he was a man of scientific nature,         worthy of          admiration.

A. one B. who C. that D. this

22. Our city government is building more roads to           the increasing number of cars.

A. adjust B. accept C. accelerate     D. accommodate

23. People from across the world gathered in London to hear Big Ben’s last regular chime and some of them even cried, as if they     a friend’s funeral.

A. attended B. have attended C. were attending   D. would attend

24. This week some top scientists, including some Nobel Prize winners, gave their vision of        the world would look in 2056, from gas-powered cars to health advance.

A. how B. which C. where D what

25. An app that rewards students for time       away from their phones is being released in the UK.

A. spending B. spent C. to spend D. spend

26. You see, my watch          10 minutes a day, and that was why I was always late these days.

A. wins B. gains C. leaves D. loses

27. The trouble with the global warming debate is that it has become a moral problem        it’s really an engineering one.

A. until B. because C. when D. where

28. There have been a lot of single case reports teenagers or young adults are bullied on social media and they end up committing suicide.

A. which B. whose C. where D. when

29. It’s reported that in many countries there are rescue centers for girls who are forced into early marriages, and boys who       to look after farm animals.

A. drop in B. drop away C. drop off D. drop out

30. About 10 bike-sharing companies have gone broke since last September,       failing to return deposits to users and their deserted bicycles crowding sidewalks.

A. some of which B. some of them C. of which some   D. which of them

31. Nearby,         Mrs. White, stretching out cautiously to collect her costly jewels.

A. standing on a wooden box was

B. was standing on a wooden box

C. on a wooden box was standing

D. was on a wooden box standing

32. —I can’t believe it. Tom failed the test again!

—He would not be So upset now      your advice.

A. would he follow                    B. should he follow

C. did he follow                       D. had he followed

33. —Does Jack still hang about every day?

—No, he has mended his ways. After his father died, he set his hand to his business and has already put it    .

A. in order B. in chaos C. in effect D. in store

34. —It’s so cold here! Why haven’t you turned on your air-conditioner?

—Well, it      turn on.

A. shouldn’t B. can’t C. won’t D. shan’t

35. —There will be no going back to the world before the smartphone revolution.

            , but we can surely find ways to enjoy the benefits.

A. You must be joking

B. That’s for sure

C. That’s all right

D. It’s better than nothing

第二节:完形填空(20个小题,每小题1分,满分20)

请认真阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的A.BC D 四个选项中, 选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

If the law punished addiction, we would all be in prison because we are addicted to our phones.

We’re hopelessly   36   by them, helplessly devoted to them. Our hands and minds are   37    : texting, tweeting, liking, emailing, sharing. We find ourselves   38   stimulated(刺激).

My iPhone is the last thing I look at when I go to bed and the first thing I look at when I     39    . When it’s not there I feel its     40     like an amputee(被截肢者) still feeling a(n)   41    leg. It is my entry to culture and fun. I love it. You love yours.

But the comment on this enormous    42    in our behavior has been completely     43. The central claim is that technology make us     44     what we already know about life, and it 45     us developing fully independent selves. And the quality of human relationships is said to have     46    . Parents are distracted by work emails at the dinner table and in the playground; children cry for     47     until they finally get an iPad for Christmas. Gatherings of old friends can’t do a couple of hours     48     checking their Gmail every 10 minutes. Technology sucks the life out of us, and takes our souls in     49     for the convenience of not having to learn how to read maps properly.

I simply do not     50     the idea that we aren’t fully whole due to our phones, just because we can talk to our friends whenever we want, without any     51     for the limitations that space and     52     used to set on us. This helps us to get     53    . It doesn’t set us apart.

54     we will film. We will photograph. We will edit. We will     55    , like, love and envy. Finally, in our own strange way, we will control our heavily doctored lives.

36. A. surprised B. Distracted C. Frightened       D. punished

37. A. lost B. Vacant C. occupied D. awkward.

38. A. commonly B. Constantly C. Usually D. Ordinarily

39. A. get home B. have dinner C. wake up D. go out

40. A. reference B. Confidence C. Absence D. appearance

41. A. healthy B. Remaining C. artificial D. missing.

42. A. consequence B. interest C. challenge D. shift

43. A. changeable B. Negative C. Consistent D. inspiring

44. A. rebuild B. review C. forgives D. forget

45. A. prevents B. keeps C. suggests D. Finds

46. A. benefited B. balanced C. suffered D. improved

47. A. happiness B. discipline C. attention D. freedom

48. A. after B. upon C. by D. without

49. A. request B. exchange C. preparation D. search

50. A. buy B. know C. have D. refuse

51. A. anxiety B. consideration C. demand D. eagerness

52. A. chance B. time C. energy D. effort

53. A. stronger B. smarter C. greater D. closer

54. A. Therefore B. However C. Moreover D. Meanwhile

55. A. publish B. ignore C. share D. delete

第三部分: 阅读理解(共两节,满分35)

第一节:(10个小题; 每小题2.5分,满分25)

请认真阅读下列短文,从每题所给的ABC D 四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

A

Second-Hand Finds
It’s hard to know what is worth buying at a garage sale. These can be of great value.

LARGE FURNITURE
The key to buying big items is to wait until the end of the day. By then, the sellers are wondering how they are going to get that huge sofa back into the house.

PLASTIC AND WOODEN TOYS
Many old-fashioned wooden toys are solid enough to be passed from generation to generation. Clean wooden and plastic toys with a mixture of bleach (漂白剂) or vinegar and hot water. But stay clear of stuffed animals, which are always hard to clean.

BICYCLES AND SCOOTERS
Bikes can be a great find, but it’s important to take them for a test drive before you buy. With scooters, if the frame is solid, you can often replace missing or worn parts (handlebar covers, brakes. wheels) for much less than the cost of new ones.

BABY GEAR
New parents want to get rid of out-grown baby swings, high chairs and strollers as soon as possible, making them a garage-sale staple. In case of future recalls, s make sure the model number is still visible. Don’t buy: second-hand car Seats ( the structure could have suffered from damage) and drop-side cribs(落地式婴儿床).

56. What can we learn from the passage?

A. Sofa sellers are always confused how they can sell their items out.

B. If the frame of the bike is solid, we can often replace anything missing or worn.

C. Stuffed animals are not recommended for they are always difficult to clean.

D. Car seats and drop-side cribs are always out-of-date and unfashionable.

57. How does the writer recommend finds to buyers?

A. By introducing characteristics of items.

B. By offering detailed descriptions.

C. By telling different stories of the items.

D. By comparing items with others.

B

Fun is hard 10 have.

Fun is a rare jewel.

Somewhere along the line people got the modem idea that fur was there for the asking, that people deserved fun, that if we didn’t have a little fun every day, we would turn into puritans (清教徒)

“Was it fun?” became the question that overshadowed all other questions. When the pleasure got to be the main thing, the fun fetish (迷恋) was sure to follow. Everything was supposed to be fun. If it wasn’t fun, then we were going to make it fun, or else.

Think of all the things that got the reputation of being fun. Family outings were supposed to be fun. Education was supposed to be fun. Work was supposed to be fun. Walt Disney, church and staying fit were supposed to be fun.

Fun got to be such a big thing that everybody started to look for more and more thrilling ways to supply it. One way was to step up the level of danger So that you could be sure that, no matter what, you would manage to have a little fun.

Big occasions were supposed to be fun, such as Christmas, Thanksgiving and Easter. But we ended up going through every Big Event we ever celebrated, waiting for the fun to start. So I should tell you just in case you’re worried about your fun capacity while you are sitting around waiting for the fun to start, that not much is. I don’t mean to put a damper on things. I just mean we ought to treat fun reverently. It is a mystery. It cannot be caught like a virus. It cannot be trapped like an animal. When fun comes in on little dancing feet, we probably won’t be expecting it. In fact, I bet it comes when we’re doing our duty, our job.

I remember one day, long ago, on which I had an especially good time. Pam Davis and I, aged 12, walked into a store that morning to buy some candy. She got her Bit-O-Honey. I got my malted milk balls, chocolate stars. Then we started back to her house. It was a long way to Pam’s house but every time we got weary, Pam would put her hand over her eyes, scan the horizon like a sailor and say, “We ought to reach home by nightfall,” at which point the two of us would laugh until we thought we couldn’t stand it another minute. Then after we got calm, she’d say it again. You should have been there. It was the kind of day and friendship and occasion that made me deeply regretful that I had to grow up.

It is fun.

58. What does the author mainly want to talk about in this passage?

A. The definition of fun.

B. The importance of fun.

C. The best way to find fun.

D. The common occasions to find fun.

59. When the author tells us to “treat fun reverently”, she is encouraging us to          .

A. look forward to having fun

B. show great respect for fun

C. have fun less frequently

D. teach others how to have fun6

60. Who would benefit most from the article?

A. Those who have great fun in big occasions.

B. Those who prefer friendship to having fun.

C. Those who are worried about not having fun.

D. Those who regret having grown up.

C

An eclipse happens when one heavenly body such as a moon or planet passes into the shadow of another heavenly body. There are two types of eclipses on Earth: lunar eclipses and solar eclipses.

The moon orbits Earth and, at the same time, Earth orbits the sun. Sometimes Earth moves between the sun and the moon. When this happens, Earth blocks the light from the sun. This is an eclipse of the moon—a lunar eclipse. A lunar eclipse can occur only when the moon is full and can be seen from Earth at night.

There are two types of lunar eclipses: total lunar eclipses and partial lunar eclipses.

A total lunar eclipse occurs when the moon and the sun are on exact opposite sides of Earth. The moon is in Earth’s shadow and the sunlight passes through Earth’s atmosphere, which causes Earth’s atmosphere to filter or block out most of the blue light. However, a partial lunar eclipse happens when only a part of the moon enters Earth’s shadow. What people see from Earth during a partial lunar eclipse depends on how the sun, Earth and moon are lined up.

A lunar eclipse usually lasts for a few hours. At least two partial lunar eclipses happen every year, but total lunar eclipses are rare. It is safe to look directly at a lunar eclipse although a pair of binoculars can certainly help the viewer appreciate the beauty of this phenomenon.

Sometimes when the moon orbits Earth, it moves between the sun and Earth. When this happens, the moon blocks the light of the sun from reaching Earth. This causes an eclipse of the sun, or solar eclipse. During a solar eclipse, the moon casts a shadow onto Earth.

There are three types of solar eclipses: total solar eclipses, partial solar eclipses and annular eclipses(日环食). During a solar eclipse, the moon casts two shadows on Earth. Solar eclipses happen once every 18 months. Unlike lunar eclipses, solar eclipses only last for a few minutes

Scientists use solar eclipses as an opportunity to study the sun’s corona(日冕). The corona is the sun’s top layer. During an annular eclipse, NASA (the U. S. space agency) uses ground and space instruments to view the corona when the moon blocks the sun’s glare. The sudden blocking of the sun during an eclipse reduces the light and changes the temperature on the ground. This creates conditions that can affect local weather and animal behavior.

It’s important to never look directly at the sun—it can permanently damage your eyes! Solar radiation that occurs during an eclipse of the Sun can cause a form of burns of one’s eyes known as eclipse blindness. In fact, the only way to safely view a solar eclipse is by using specially-designed equipment.

61. What can we know about “a lunar eclipse”?

A. I may create conditions that can affect local weather and animal behavior.

B. It can be seen when the moon and the sun are on exact opposite sides of Earth.

C. It usually happens once every 18 months and only lasts for a few minutes each time.

D. It happens when the moon blocks the light from the sun, which causes the moon to shine.

62. Which of the following cam replace the underlined word “glare”?

A. heat             B. shadow              C. shine              D. radiation

63. It can be inferred from the passage that        .

A. people will experience a temperature drop when lunar eclipses happen

B. eclipses are the result of the shadow cast by the moon onto Earth

C. total lunar eclipses are more difficult to observe than other types of lunar eclipses

D. there can be eclipses even if the three heavenly bodies are not exactly lined up

64. Why is it safer to watch a lunar eclipse than a solar eclipse?

A. Because moonlight is not as strong as sunlight.

B. Because a lunar eclipse lasts longer than a solar eclipse.

C. Because special equipment can be employed to view a lunar eclipse.

D. Because a lunar eclipse has much more steady light than solar eclipse.

D

The eyeliner makes the dark circles less pronounced. The lipstick hides the trembling. The ponytail (马尾辫) masks missing patches of hair. I might look a bit thinner, but everyone will ask about my new diet. One hour of preparation and I look like myself. One hour out of 24. Sometimes I wonder if it’s worth it—wasting a twenty-fourth of my day on a lie.

Checking my makeup one last time, I slip on a cute pair of flats- heels are too dangerous with shaky legs—and grab my Hollister bag. Walking downstairs, I breathe in the sweet smell of waffles and juice.

“Morning, Mom,” I call.

“Moring, baby,” she sings. “Did you sleep well?”

“Better than I have been.”

She sighs, and her eyes look a hundred years old for a minute. “Any improvement is good,” she says half-heartedly.

“Of course.”

“I made waffles.”

“Thanks, Mom. Smells delicious.”

I sit at the table and she hands me a plate. The thought of all that food turns my stomach, but I force a smile and thank my mother again. She busies herself at the sink and fills the silence with chatter. When she turns around, she takes in the waffles still on my plate, only missing a few bites. I smile apologetically.

“I’m not very hungry this morning.”

“You’ll need your strength for this afternoon. Morrison will wait for you.” She bites her lip.

“I packed your lunch.”

“I’m 18, Mom. I can pack my own lunch. You have more important things to do. ”

She reaches for the paper bag. “But now I know you’ll have something to eat. And you need to eat, okay? You have to keep your strength up.”

Sighing, I take the bag. I know this peanut butter and jelly sandwich won’t be eaten, not any more than the one yesterday or the day before. And even if I do eat it, I’ll just throw it up later.

“Honey, have you thought about what I said the other day?” she asks.

I remain silent.

“Sweetheart, you can’t hide the secret forever. Eventually you’re going to miss school and people will start asking questions.”

“Mom, I have two months left of high school. I can make it till then. I’m class president. I was voted ‘Most popular’, ‘Best smile’ and ‘Most likely to succeed’. I’m the girl who’s got it all together. People don’t want to know that the girl w ho’s got it all together doesn’t have it all together. People don’t want to know that girl is to be parted!”

“Honey, don’t say that. You’re not. . .”

“Yes, I am. You heard Dr. Morrison. I have maybe a year left. But that means I can graduate and then never see those people again. I’ ll depart and they’ll feel sorry for me, but at least I won’t have to tolerate their pity.”

“But. . .” she tries to interrupt.

“Mom, listen to me. I don’t want to be the girl everyone looks at and whispers, ‘Look at her. Poor thing. She has cancer. ’I can’t handle that. I want to be normal. Just for these last two months.”

“Okay,” she whispers. “Okay. Just remember, it’s okay if you don’t have it all together. Sometimes things just fall apart and there’s nothing we can do.”

“Thanks, Mom.” I grab my bag and lunch and kiss her on the check. “

” she replies. This exchange, once taken for granted, is now a vital part of every morning, every afternoon, and every night. Three little words, followed by four more, have come to mean more than an entire conversation. They bridge all gaps and disagreements, because we both know there is now a restricted number left.

Keys in hand, I open the door and blink(眨眼)in the early morning sun. Perfect.

65. The underlined word “half-heartedly” implies          .

A. the mom is worried about her daughter’s mood

B. the mom believes her daughter slept well last night

C. the mom is too busy doing her housework a that time

D. the mom knows there is no improvement in her daughter’s health

66. Why doesn’t the girl want to eat the food Mom packs for her lunch?

A. Because she doesn’t like the smell of the food.

B. Because she is on a diet to lose some weight.

C. Because she’s tired of the same food every day.

D. Because eating the food makes her sick.

67. What is the main reason the girl keeps her secret?

A. She doesn’t want to die so soon.

B. She doesn’t want her mom to be sad.

C. She doesn’t want people to have pity on her.

D. She doesn’t want to lose her popularity at school.

68. Which of the following words can best describe the girl?

A. Considerate and positive.                  B. Optimistic but mean.

C. Considerate but stubborn.                  D. Optimistic and dependent.

69. What sentences can be appropriate for  and  ?

A. “See you, Mom.” ; “Have a good day. ”

B. “Take care, Mom.”; “You too, my angel.”

C. “I love you.” ; “I love you, too.”

D. “I’ll miss you.”; “I’ll miss you, too.”

70. What is the best title for the passage?

A. NORMAL          B. PERFECT          C. HOPEFUL        D. HEALTHY

第二卷(非选择题,共两大题,35 )

第四部分:任务型阅读(10小题: 每小题1分,满分10)

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一个最恰当的单词。注意:每个空格只填1个单词。请将答案写在答题卡上相应题号的横线上。

Sorry seems to be the hardest word. So sang Elton John on one of his biggest 1970s hits—but not every public figure seems to find it so tough to let out that powerful five-letter word.

In recent months varieties of public figures, from politicians, to Hollywood actors and YouTube stars have all publicly expressed regrets.

But with floods of regrets on the airwaves, just how can we tell a forced apology from a heartfelt expression?

In its purest form, saying sorry should be an “act of regrets, a realization that something you have said or done has hurt someone and you want to repair it”, says psychologist Geraldine Joaquim.

Made early, a sincere apology can be hugely beneficial and can “relieve the tension and takes the wind out of an accuser’s sails”, she says.

A need to say sorry can arise in someone’s public life and equally at home with their family and friends but, whatever the environment, how well it is received depends on how personalized it feels.

From businesses, governments and organizations, a scripted response will fail to resonate(引起共鸣) as it will not convey empathy (同理心) and sympathy.

Whether online or in person, the timing and choice of language in an apology are decisive factors.

“It is important to show that you understand and sympathize,” says Martin Stone, of PR agency Tank, “It is vital that any business or individual making an apology understands the focus—is it sorry for the way it’s acted or is it sorry that the complainant feels the way they do?”

Performed apologies always have a sense of being “acted out”, and are often accompanied by too many theatrical gestures. If sincere, the person making the apology will be looking for listening clues to see if they are being understood, such as eye contact and facial expressions. They will provide “humbling (谦卑的) signals”, such as a lowered head, to indicate regrets.

It is also important to avoid irresponsible statements or promises that can’t be kept. “Don’t say that you’ll ensure that this will not happen again if you’re not confident it won’t. It could come back to bite you,” Stone explains.

Equally, the use of “but” can hugely change the tone of an apology.

As Stone points out. “I’m sorry but. . . It sounds like you are making excuses and aren’t actually taking any form of responsibility. It may be three letters but it can instantly make an apology seem hollow.”

passage outline

Detailed information

Does sorry seem to be the most difficult word?

For some, it seems to be a     71    nut to crack while for others, it is just a piece of cake.

Is it a heartfelt apology?

There being a storm of regrets on the airwaves, it is hard to make a   72      between a sincere apology or a forced one.

In its purest form, apology means offering regrets, which can be hugely beneficial if    73    early.

A scripted apology from business, governments and organizations doesn't resonate, thus being    74    to convey empathy and sympathy.

Whatever the environment is, the     75     to which an apology is received depends on how personalized it feels.

How can we make a heartfelt apology?

     76      you say sorry is one decisive factor. The earlier you say sorry, the sooner the complainant will feel it.

The choice of your      77      language is the other decisive factor. You’re not     78      out the apology. You should provide humbling signals to indicate regrets.

Be      79       for the statements or promises you make. Don't say anything that can't be kept.

Never find     80        for your wrong behaviors with “but”.

 

第五部分: 书面表达(满分25)

请认真阅读下面关于Summer Slide的漫画及相关文字,并按照要求用英语写一篇150 词左右的文章。

 

[写作内容]

1. 根据漫画,请用约30词谈谈什么是Summer Slide:

2. 结合图片信息谈谈漫画作者对Summer Slide 现象的态度和建议。

3. 你是否赞成漫画作者的观点,并说明理由。

[写作要求]

1. 写作过程中不能直接引用原文语句:

2. 作文中不能出现真实姓名和学校名称:

3. 不必写标题。

[评分标准]

内容完整,语言规范,语篇连贯,词数适当。

江苏省苏锡常镇四市2018届高三5月调研(二模)

英语试题答案

第一部分:听力(每小题1分,满分20分)

1-5 CAACB 6-10 BCABB 11-15 ACCAC 16-20 BABCC

第二部分:英语知识运用

第一节 单项填空(每小题1分,满分15分)

21-25 ADCAB 26-30 DCCDB 31-35 ADACB

第二节 完形填空(每小题1分,满分20分)

36-40 BCBCC 41-45 DDBDA 46-50 CCDBA 51-55 BBDAC

第三部分:阅读理解(每小题2分,满分30分)

56-57 C A 58-60 CBC 61-64 BCDA 65-70 DDCACB

第四部分:任务型阅读(每小题1分,满分10分)

71. hard 72. distinction 73. made 74. unable 75. extent/degree     

76. When 77. Body 78. acting 79. Responsible 80. excuses

第五部分: 书面表达(满分25分)

Possible version1:

According to the caricature, summer slide refers to the academic loss to students who prefer playing to learning during summer holidays. The sharp decline in reading scores is an evident example.

Obviously, the author of the caricature is worried about the phenomenon. Readers, especially parents, are warned of their children’s “sliding down”. Students are therefore advised to do some reading every day.

From my perspective, it’s important not to fall into the pitfall of “summer slide”. Although vocations are meant for a rest to us students, it should not be at the expense of our study. We should respond to the author’s call to do daily reading. Anyway, abandoning ourselves in reading is actually another way of leisure. In addition, we’d better ask our parents to create an academic ground for us, like reading together with us, etc. With the joint efforts of both, the summer slide can surely be avoided.

Possible version2:

According to the caricature, summer slide refers to the academic loss to students who prefer playing to learning during summer holidays. The sharp decline in reading scores is an evident example.

Obviously, the author of the caricature is worried about the phenomenon. Readers, especially parents, are warned of their children’s “sliding down”. Students are therefore advised to do some reading every day.

Personally I don’t subscribe to the author’s idea. Although “summer slide” does exist, it doesn’t mean our holidays should be deprived of in such a name. Otherwise, what is the point of holidays? We students, and even parents, have long suffered from heavy burden of study. Taking a rest both physically and mentally is actually refreshing our mind for later improvement, which is in its nature a better way to avoid “summer slide”. Therefore, doing compulsory daily reading in summer holidays is nothing but a bad idea to me.  

听力录音稿

Text 1

W: Hello, this is Jenny from Sony. I would like to book a conference room for the 29th and 30th next month.      

M: OK, 35 pounds per day.

 

Text 2

W: Jack, why don’t you go to work by bike?
M: I used to, but the weather today is so nice, and I decide to walk to my company. It’s a good way to take exercise though I have to leave home an hour earlier than usual.  

 

Text 3

M: I think I should give up playing tennis. I always lose.   
  W: Just because you lost? Is that the reason to quit?

 

Text 4

W: Excuse me, could you tell me where the nearest ATM is?

M: It’s next to the hospital over there. You can walk there just within 5 minutes.

Text 5

M: My girlfriend is like Google.   

W: Because she knows everything?

M: No. Because she has everything I’m searching for.

Text 6

M: Good morning. This is Monterey Bay Inn. Can I help you?

W: Good morning. I’m calling to cancel my reservation.

M: OK. Can you tell me the dates for it?

W: They are… January 29th through February 1st.

M: Got it. Er…Would you like to book a room for another day? We have a special deal in March. If you book a room for two days, you can get the third day for free.

W: I see. I’ll consider it later.

M: Well, there will be two hundred and eighty dollars returned to you. Would you like me to put it back on your Visa?

W: Yes. Thanks a lot.

Text 7

W: Hi, Mike! Now that the midterms are over, some of us are planning to go boating this weekend. You want to come along?

M: Sounds great, but I’ve never done it before.

W: Oh, come on! None of the others have either except me. And this is our last chance to take a break before finals.  

M: Yeah, what shall I have to bring then?

W: In fact, I wish we could take your car there. Mine’s in the repair shop again.

M: Oh, I see. It’s not me you want, it’s my car.

W: Don’t be silly. So what would you say?

M: Oh, why not!

W: Great! I’ll give you a call when I find out when everyone wants to leave on Friday.

M: OK!

 

Text 8

M: It’s a great art show, isn’t it? By the way, I’m Jim.

W: Yes, it’s successful. I’m Nancy. Nice to meet you.

M: Me too. Are you from France?

W: Actually, I was born in London, and I grew up in Paris. What about you?

M: Oh, I’m a local man in New York. I’m an art teacher in New York University. This art show is held by my students.

W: Really? Great! I’m a student majoring in piano performance in the same college. I’ll hold a piano party next Saturday night at the Silver Bar. Would you like to come?

M: I’d love to. Could I take my daughter with me? Besides painting, she is fond of piano as well.

W: Sure.

 

Text 9

W: Hello, Frank. Your roommate told me that I could find you here in the TV studio. Sure enough!

M: I was just taking a break. What’s up?

W: We’ll have a math test next Monday, so I thought youd be studying for it and maybe I can study with you. 

M: But I cant believe you are coming to me. I mean you do know what I got on the last test, dont you?

W: Yeah, I know. You told me, but I thought two heads might be better than one.

M: Well, that’s a nice idea. But I wish I knew the person in our class who got a hundred on the last test. She even didnt miss any question, you know! Umm, was it Elizabeth?

W: Oh yeah, Elizabeth! She is a good friend of mine. I think she’d be a big help to us right now. Why don’t we give her a call?

M: What? At this hour? Its already ten thirty. It’s too late.

W: But you know she owes me a big favor. Lets at least give her a call and see what she says. Maybe going over some of the problems with us would also help her review the material.

M: You’re right. Anyway, its worth a try.

Text 10

Skin is very important for the body. It’s the body’s first front to fight diseases. It keeps out many harmful materials and also keeps all the things we need in our bodies. The skin helps control body temperature. It can help make the body cool when it gets too hot. And when a person gets too cold, blood passages in the skin become narrow, which helps to keep heat inside the body.

However, like other parts of the body, the skin can have problems. It’s very easy for teenagers to have certain skin problems on the face. Some people think eating chocolate or food with too much oil can cause skin problems. Others think that skin problems are caused by dirty skin or being nervous. However, experts tell us none of these causes skin problems. So what does? Doctors are not sure. Young people will not be happy about this fact—skin problems increase when boys and girls enter their teenage years.

There are several treatments for skin problems. Mild cases are generally treated with medicines that can be used directly on the skin. People with more serious skin problems may be given drugs to take by mouth. Or they might use other choices of treatments.

 2017-2018学年度苏锡常镇四市高三教学情况调研(

英语参考答案

第一部分:听力(每小1分,满分20分)

1~5 CAACB 6~10 BCABB 11~15 ACCAC 16~20 BABCC

第二部分:英语知识运用

第一节 单项填空(每小1分,满分15分)

21~25 ADCAB 26~30 DCCDB 31~35 ADACB

第二节 完形填空(每小题1分,满分20分)

36~40 BCBCC 41~45 DDBDA 46~50 CCDBA 51~55 BBDAC

第三部分:阅读理解(每小题2分,满分30分)

56~57 C A 58~60 CBC 61~64 BCDA 65~70 DDCACB

第四部分:任务型阅读(每小题1分,满分10分)

71. hard 72. distinction   73. made        74. unable

75. extent/degree      76. When     77. body 78. acting

79. responsible 80. excuses

第五部分: 书面表达(满分25分)

Possible version1:

According to the caricature, summer slide refers to the academic loss to students who prefer playing to learning during summer holidays. The sharp decline in reading scores is an evident example.

Obviously, the author of the caricature is worried about the phenomenon. Readers, especially parents, are warned of their children’s “sliding down”. Students are therefore advised to do some reading every day.

From my perspective, it’s important not to fall into the pitfall of “summer slide”. Although vocations are meant for a rest to us students, it should not be at the expense of our study. We should respond to the author’s call to do daily reading. Anyway, abandoning ourselves in reading is actually another way of leisure. In addition, we’d better ask our parents to create an academic ground for us, like reading together with us, etc. With the joint efforts of both, the summer slide can surely be avoided.

 

Possible version2:

According to the caricature, summer slide refers to the academic loss to students who prefer playing to learning during summer holidays. The sharp decline in reading scores is an evident example.

Obviously, the author of the caricature is worried about the phenomenon. Readers, especially parents, are warned of their children’s “sliding down”. Students are therefore advised to do some reading every day.

Personally I don’t subscribe to the author’s idea. Although “summer slide” does exist, it doesn’t mean our holidays should be deprived of in such a name. Otherwise, what is the point of holidays? We students, and even parents, have long suffered from heavy burden of study. Taking a rest both physically and mentally is actually refreshing our mind for later improvement, which is in its nature a better way to avoid “summer slide”. Therefore, doing compulsory daily reading in summer holidays is nothing but a bad idea to me.  

书面表达评分标准:

一、评分细则

1. 本题总分25分,按5个档次给分。

2. 先根据文章的内容和语言初步确定其所属档次,然后以该档次的要求来衡量、确定或调整档次,最后给分。

3. 词数少于130或多于170的,从总分中减去2分。

4. 评分要点为:内容要点、应用词汇和语法结构的多样性、准确性和高级程度、上下文的连贯性及语言的得体性等。

5. 拼写与标点符号是语言准确性的一个方面,评分时应视其对交际的影响程度予以考虑,但英美拼写及词汇用法均可接受。

6. 如书写较差,以致影响交际,将分数降低一个档次。

二、内容要点

1. 根据漫画, 请用约30词谈谈什么是Summer Slide6分)

2. 结合图片信息谈谈漫画作者对Summer Slide现象的态度和建议。8分)

3. 你是否赞成漫画作者的观点,并说明理由。10分)

4.卷面。(1分)

三、说明

1. 以上提供的要点配分仅供参考,不宜死扣; 

2. 表达的方式和顺序可以不同,并允许有所发挥;

3. 句子语法结构、时态、语态错误为大错;介词、冠词、单词拼写、大小写、标点符号等方面的错误为小错;3处小错相当于1大错;相同错误只扣一次。

四、各档次的给分范围和要求

第五档

完全完成了试题规定的任务。

覆盖所有内容要点。

语法结构和词汇有个别小错误,但为尽量使用较复杂结构或较高级词汇所致;具备较强的语言运用能力。

有效地使用了衔接手段,全文结构紧凑,内容连贯。

完全达到了预期的写作目的。

(很好)

21—25

第四档

完成了试题规定的任务。

虽漏掉一、二个次重点,但覆盖所有主要内容。

应用的语法结构和词汇能满足任务的要求。

语法结构和词汇方面应用基本准确,少许错误主要是因为尝试较复杂语法结构或词汇所致。

应用简单的语句间的衔接手段,全文结构紧凑,内容较连贯。

达到了预期的写作目的。

(好)

16—20

第三档

基本完成了试题规定的任务。

虽漏掉一些内容,但基本覆盖主要内容。

应用的语法结构和词汇能满足任务的要求。

有一些语法结构或词汇方面的错误,但不影响理解。

应用简单的衔接手段,内容基本连贯。

整体而言,基本达到了预期的写作目的。

(中等)

11—15

第二档

未恰当完成试题规定的任务。

漏掉或未清楚描述某些主要内容,写了一些无关内容。

语法结构单一,所用词汇有限。

有一些语法结构或词汇方面的错误,影响了对所写内容的理解。

较少使用衔接手段,内容缺少连贯性。

信息未能清楚地传达给读者。

(较差)

6—10

第一档

未完成试题规定的任务。

明显遗漏主要内容,写了一些无关内容。

语法结构单一,所用词汇不当。

有较多语法结构或词汇方面的错误,影响内容理解。

缺乏语句间的衔接手段,内容不连贯。

信息未能传达给读者,明显遗漏。

2017~2018学年度苏锡常镇四市高三教学情况调研(

听力录音稿

这是2018年苏锡常镇四市高三教学情况调(二)英语试卷听力部分,该部分分为第一第二两节。注意,回答听力部分时,请先将答案标在试卷上,听力部分结束后,你将有两分钟的时间将你的答案转涂到答题卡上。

(停顿00’02”

听力测试正式开始。

(停顿00’02”

第一节

   听下面5段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的ABC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。

(停顿00’05” 叮咚铃声)

Text 1

W: Hello, this is Jenny from Sony. I would like to book a conference room for the 29th and 30th   

   next month.      

M: OK, 35 pounds per day.

(停顿00’10” 叮咚铃声)

 

Text 2

W: Jack, why don’t you go to work by bike?
M: I used to, but the weather today is so nice, and I decide to walk to my company. It’s a good  

   way to take exercise though I have to leave home an hour earlier than usual.  

(停顿00’10” 叮咚铃声)

 

Text 3

M: I think I should give up playing tennis. I always lose.   
  W: Just because you lost? Is that the reason to quit?

 

Text 4

W: Excuse me, could you tell me where the nearest ATM is?

M: It’s next to the hospital over there. You can walk there just within 5 minutes.
(停顿00’10”  叮咚铃声)

 

Text 5

M: My girlfriend is like Google.   

W: Because she knows everything?

M: No. Because she has everything Im searching for.

(停顿00’05叮咚铃声)

 

第一节到此结束。

第二节

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ABC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,你将有时间阅读个小题,每小题5秒钟;听完后,小题将给出5秒钟的作答时间每段对话或独白读两遍。

(叮咚铃声)

听第6段材料,回答第67题。现在你有10秒钟的时间来阅读这两个小题。

(停顿00’10” 叮咚铃声)

 

Text 6

M: Good morning. This is Monterey Bay Inn. Can I help you?

W: Good morning. I’m calling to cancel my reservation.

M: OK. Can you tell me the dates for it?

W: They are… January 29th through February 1st.

M: Got it. Er…Would you like to book a room for another day? We have a special deal in March. If you book a room for two days, you can get the third day for free.

W: I see. I’ll consider it later.

M: Well, there will be two hundred and eighty dollars returned to you. Would you like me to put it back on your Visa?

W: Yes. Thanks a lot.

(停顿00’02” 重复)

(停顿00’10” 叮咚铃声)

 听第7段材料,回答第89题。现在你有10秒钟的时间来阅读这两个小题。

(停顿00’10” 叮咚铃声)

Text 7

W: Hi, Mike! Now that the midterms are over, some of us are planning to go boating this

   weekend. You want to come along?

M: Sounds great, but I’ve never done it before.

W: Oh, come on! None of the others have either except  me. And this is our last chance to take

   a break before finals. 

M: Yeah, what shall I have to bring then?

W: In fact, I wish we could take your car there. Mine’s in the repair shop again.

M: Oh, I see. It’s not me you want, it’s my car.

W: Don’t be silly. So what would you say?

M: Oh, why not!

W: Great! I’ll give you a call when I find out when everyone wants to leave on Friday.

M: OK!

(停顿00’02” 重复)

(停顿00’10” 叮咚铃声)

 听第8段材料,回答第1012题。现在你有15秒钟的时间来阅读这三个小题。

(停顿00’15” 叮咚铃声)

 

Text 8

M: It’s a great art show, isn’t it? By the way, I’m Jim.

W: Yes, it’s successful. I’m Nancy. Nice to meet you.

M: Me too. Are you from France?

W: Actually, I was born in London, and I grew up in Paris. What about you?

M: Oh, I’m a local man in New York. I’m an art teacher in New York University. This art show

   is held by my students.

W: Really? Great! I’m a student majoring in piano performance in the same college. I’ll hold a piano party next Saturday night at the Silver Bar. Would you like to come?

M: I’d love to. Could I take my daughter with me? Besides painting, she is fond of piano as well.

W: Sure.

(停顿00’02” 重复)

(停顿00’15” 叮咚铃声)

 听第9段材料,回答第1316题。现在你有20秒钟的时间来阅读这四个小题。

(停顿00’20”叮咚铃声)

 

Text 9

W: Hello, Frank. Your roommate told me that I could find you here in the TV studio. Sure 

   enough!

M: I was just taking a break. What’s up?

W: We’ll have a math test next Monday, so I thought youd be studying for it and maybe I can

   study with you. 

M: But I cant believe you are coming to me. I mean you do know what I got on the last test, dont you?

W: Yeah, I know. You told me, but I thought two heads might be better than one.

M: Well, thats a nice idea. But I wish I knew the person in our class who got a hundred on the last test. She even didnt miss any question, you know! Umm, was it Elizabeth?

W: Oh yeah, Elizabeth! She is a good friend of mine. I think she’d be a big help to us right now. Why don’t we give her a call?

M: What? At this hour? Its already ten thirty. Its too late.

W: But you know she owes me a big favor. Lets at least give her a call and see what she says.  

   Maybe going over some of the problems with us would also help her review the material.

M: You’re right. Anyway, its worth a try.

(停顿00’02” 重复)

(停顿00’20” 叮咚铃声)

 听第10段材料,回答第1720题。现在你有20秒钟的时间来阅读这四个小题。

(停顿00’20”  叮咚铃声)

Text 10

Skin is very important for the body. Its the bodys first front to fight diseases. It keeps out many harmful materials and also keeps all the things we need in our bodies. The skin helps control body temperature. It can help make the body cool when it gets too hot. And when a person gets too cold, blood passages in the skin become narrow, which helps to keep heat inside the body.

However, like other parts of the body, the skin can have problems. Its very easy for teenagers to have certain skin problems on the face. Some people think eating chocolate or food with too much oil can cause skin problems. Others think that skin problems are caused by dirty skin or being nervous. However, experts tell us none of these causes skin problems. So what does? Doctors are not sure. Young people will not be happy about this factskin problems increase when boys and girls enter their teenage years.

There are several treatments for skin problems. Mild cases are generally treated with medicines that can be used directly on the skin. People with more serious skin problems may be given drugs to take by mouth. Or they might use other choices of treatments.

(停顿00’02”重复)

(停顿00’20” 叮咚铃声)

第二节到此结束。现在你有两分钟的时间将试卷上的答案转涂到答题卡上。

(停顿02’00”叮咚铃声) 

听力测试到此结束。

 

 

今天苏锡常镇二模已经落下帷幕,难度怎么样?对高考的启示如何?请听龚露老师一一道来!

 

 

前言

 

此次苏锡常镇二模的试卷单选和任务型不难,难点还是在阅读理解的BC两篇,完型和写作。所以,各位同学还是要遇到难题学会跳过,把试卷挪给任务型和作文哦,此套试卷85分算合格,105算高分。

 

 

单选

 

总评:单选难度中等,不偏不倚,常规考点包括one相当于a加可数名词单数,when表示当…时候却,where修饰抽象名词,独立主格,had的倒装,wont表示偏不,表语倒装。 而且时效性很强,比如霍金,比如大本钟最后一次敲钟,比如共享自行车破产的影响。熟词僻义包括第26题的钟表慢了10分钟,第33题的,put sth in order表示把…组织得很好。 我个人觉得底子好的学生做到全对应该没有问题。

 

答案:21-25 ADCAB   26-30 DCCDB   31-35 ADACB

 

详细解析:

21考查代词。One指代前面所述的a man of scientific nature,若选that或者who则要构成从句,空格后缺少谓语,故不成立,选A

22考查动词词义辨析。A调整,B接受,C加速,D调节;容纳,句意:我们市政府正在建造更多的马路来容纳持续增多的车辆。根据句意选D

23考查时态语态。句意:全世界的人们聚集到伦敦来听大本钟的最后一次钟声,许多人甚至都哭了就好像他们正在参加某位朋友的葬礼。“好像他们正在参加”,were attending符合句意,故选C

24考查固定搭配。句意:这周一些顶尖的科学家包括一些诺贝尔奖得主给出了他们认为这个世界在2056年看起来会怎么样的看法。How …… would look怎样A

25考查时态语态。时间是被花,被动,四个选项中只有B为被动,故选B

26考查动词词义辨析A赢得,B(通过努力)获得,C遗留,D丢失,根据下文“这就是为什么我最近经常会迟到的原因”可知,我的手表应该是慢了十分钟,loses 10 minutes,符合句意,故选D

27考查连词。大致句意为关于全球气候变暖的讨论已经变成了一个道德范畴的问题但实际上它真的只是一个工程上的问题Cwhen表示的是在某种条件下,A直到,B因为,D地方,不符合句意,故选C

28考查定语从句。Where指代上文的a lot of single case,选C

29考查动词短语。A投入;顺便拜访,B减少;下降,C减少; 落下; 送下车; 不知不觉入睡D辍学。句意:据报道,目前在很多国家有许多为了帮助那些被强制要求结婚的女生或者是被强制要求辍学的男生而建造的救助中心。

30考查从句和同位语的辨析。首先排除CD,又因为逗号后面的句子缺少谓语不构成从句故用them,选B

31考查倒装。主谓倒装,标语提前,选A

32考查虚拟语气。根据句意要是他过去听取了你的建议他现在就不会这么懊恼了对于过去的虚拟if … had done … 这里是省略if的用法。故选D

33考查介词短语。句意——Jack现在还一天到晚在外面乱晃嘛——他现在改过自新了。自从他爸爸去世之后,他认真工作并搭理得仅仅有条。Put … in order打理得仅仅有条根据句意A

34考查情态动词特殊用法Won’t表示偏偏不“这个空调就是打不开;偏偏打不开”,选C

35考查情景交际。句意:——我们再也回不到没有手机的那段时光了。——是的,但是我们也可以找到一些途径来享受这些好处。根据句意,空格处填的应该是表示肯定、认同的回答,排除ADC一般用于回答别人的感谢,是礼貌用语,排除下来选B

 

 

完型

 

总评: 完型是一篇驳论文,驳斥流行观点,即手机让我们不独立,让我们分神,逻辑重现仍然是考察的重点,比如第40空与第41空的missing, 比如第53空,it doesn't set us apart对应的是this helps us to get closer. 原词重现为第36空,熟词僻义是第50空表示相信。值得一提的是,这篇文章出现了长难句的分析,第50空和第51空的那句话。

 

答案:36-40 BCBCC   41-45 DDBDA   46-50 CCDBA   51-55 BBDAC

 

详细解析:

36  B  根据上文我们对手机上瘾,它们使我们分心。
37  C  我们的双手和大脑被手机占据。 
38  B  不停地发短信、发推特、点赞和发邮件等让我们感觉自己持续不断被刺激。
39  C  与上文go to bed呼应,手机是我起床时看的第一个东西。
40  C  我对手机不在的感受就好像被截肢者仍感受到失去的那条腿。
41  D  我对手机不在的感受就好像被截肢者仍感受到失去的那条腿。
42  D  但是对于手机对我们造成行为上的改变的评论
43  B  根据But可见与作者相反评论完全是消极负面的
44  D  这项科技让我们忘却我们真正的生活 
45  A  它不断阻碍我们成为更加独立的自我。
46  C  人际关系受到影响。
47  C  孩子们一直在呼唤爸爸妈妈的注意,直到他们得到爸爸妈妈的ipad
48  D  即使和老朋友呆在一起也不能不每10分钟查看他们的邮箱。
49  B  技术磨灭了我们的灵魂,因为它以我们不用学怎么正确地读地图的便利为代价
50  A  考察熟词僻意,我完全不能接受这个想法buy the idea
51  B  我们不需要理会时间和空间给我们的限制
52  B  不需要关注任何时间空间带来的限制
53  D  这使我们更加亲近
54  A  承接上文观点,因此
55  C  我们通过手机分享喜爱与嫉妒

 

 

阅读

 

总评:阅读理解A篇为广告信息类,第57题的命题方法非常特别,要概括每幅图的独特之处,最后再把共同点总结出来。而B篇是一篇立论文,讲找到fun 的方法,为工作还有在友谊中寻找欢乐,第60题的命题方式也非常独特,这篇文章应该为寻觅欢乐的人所写。C篇考了地理类中的对比,风格和7市还有南京盐城三模很像,都是要读完一整段再总结概括才可以做出来。D篇相信苏州中学的同学并不陌生,它摘自2017届苏州中学高三下期初考试的D篇,但是命题方式不一样。记叙类必须全部读完才可以做题,这篇文章做过的同学可以直接开始做题了!但是友情提醒各位,高考不可能遇到这种好事的!

 

A

答案:56-57 CA

详细解析:

56. C。根据左上框:sellers are wondering how they are going to get that huge sofa back into the house可知,A错;根据左下框:with scooters, if the frame is solid, you can often replace missing or worn parts可知,B错;根据右上框:stay clear of stuffed animals, which are always hard to cleanstay clear of同义替换为 not recommendedC正确;根据右下框:the structure could have suffered from damage可知,D错。故选C

57. A。这题需要我们概括每幅图的独特之处,最后再把共同点总结出来。根据左上框:the key to buying items is to wait,左下框:bikes can be a great find; with scooters, if the frame is solid, you can often replace missing or worn parts;右上框;wooden toys are solid;右下框:out-grown baby swings等,可以看出这都是在介绍特点。

 

B

答案:58-60 CBC

详细解析:

58. C。第一题就问文章主旨,需要我们通读全文,同时我们还可以通过反推的方式得出答案。A:文章只在前几段提到了,这是以偏概全,不选;B:如果要写importance大概会提到对的好处,文章几乎没有提到,不选;C:分析文章每段的前几句和最后一句,第四段: we were going to make it fun;第五段:all the things that got the reputation of being fun;第七段:it comes when we’re doing our duty, our job;第八段:列举了我个人与朋友的事例,最后第九段论证了:it was fun,可知,文章是在讲寻找fun的方式,C符合;Dcommon occasions与第七段big occasions矛盾,不选。故选C

59. B。猜测短语意思,需要结合上下文,首先划线部分前面有些人you’re worried about your fun capacity while you are sitting around waiting for the fun to start 又根据treat“对待”提示,这些是not treat fun with respect的表现;I don’t mean to put a damper on things, I just mean we ought to…这说明作者在否定前面这些人的表现;再看划线部分后面it cannot be caught like a virus, it cannot be trapped like animal,更加确定了作者在这里提倡尊重fun,故选B

60. C。这道题可以结合58题一起做。ABD都是文章中的一部分,过于以偏概全。A:除了big occasion以外还有倒数第二段的作者个人事例即common occasionBprefer这个情感太过绝对,第七段提到了it comes when we’re doing our duty, our job,不单单是friendshipD在文章前几段都没有提到过,只有倒数第二段的作者个人事提到,而且grow up和文章主题也不符合,故选C

 

C

答案:61-64 BCDA

详细解析:

61. BA选项原文并没有体现,无中生有。B选项指的是月全食,月全食也是月食中的一种情况,所以说能在太阳月亮正好在地球两边的情况下看到月食是正确的。C选项指的是日食的情况,错误。D选项也指的是日食,所以错误。

62. C。单词量大的同学知道glare有强光的意思,所以显然选择C。如果不知道glare的意思的话,文中后一句“reduces the light and changes the temperature”因为动词用的是block,是遮挡的意思,所以应该是对应后文的light。所以此处应该选择C shine

63. D。文中“reduces the light and changes the temperature”指的是日食而不是月食,所以A选项错误。B选项只指的是日食,而月食是地球在月球上的投影。C选项无中生有。原文说月全食更罕见,但不是更难观察。

64. A。本题结合常识使用排除法。B选项月食的时间更长和能够安全的观察毫无关联,因此是错误的。C选项错误。原文中说观察月食只需要使用双筒望远镜就可以,而观察日食需要特殊的设备。D选项无中生有,文中没有提及月食日食的光是否稳定。而根据常识可以知道,月亮的光来自太阳光的反射。太阳光线能够直接灼伤眼睛,所以显然是太阳光线太强以至于不能安全的观察。答案选A

 

D

答案:65-70 DDCACB

详细解析:

65. D。女儿的回答是从来没有这么好过。但是母亲却一声长叹,仿佛老了一百岁(“she signs, and her eyes look a hundred years old for a minute”)显然母亲已经看透了事情的真相,知道女儿的身体正在一天天的恶化,所以“half-heatedly”代表着母亲知道女儿的健康没有得到一点的好转,答案选D

66. D。文中提及the thought of all that food turns my stomach”想到食物就会让她恶心,“and even if I do eat it, I’ll just throw it up later”就算我吃下去了也会很快的吐掉。所以答案选D,吃食物会让她觉得恶心。

67. C。文中提及“but at least I won’t have to tolerate their pity” “I dont want to be the girl everyone looks at and whispersLook at her. Poor thing. She has cancerI can’t handle that”所以作者所不能容忍的是别人对她的命运而感到可惜,为她而觉得可惜。所以答案选C。其中D答案有迷惑性,失去人气只是表象,正是因为作者是如此优秀的女孩子,当别人知道她得了癌症才会更加觉得可惜,作者所不能容忍的正是那一种可惜,所以pity才是核心。答案选C

68. A。排除法。B选项mean 刻薄的,错误。C选项stubborn 固执的,错误。D选项dependent 依赖的,错误。A选项中considerate 体贴的,作者照顾他人的感受,不希望他人为自己难过,可见其体贴。Positive积极的,作者得了癌症以后仍然每天享受着最后的生活而没有被癌症所击垮,可见其积极。

69. C。因为是每天早上,中午和晚上都要重复。所以A选项的再见不合适。B选项的照顾好自己也不适合每天说三次。至于D,因为这是曾经视为理所当然的事情,而现在无比珍惜。但是曾经天天说三次想念不合常理,所以D选项也不对。而C选项最契合文章主题,一个love you,道出了一切的爱与眷恋。所以答案选择C

70. B。最后一段作者说“Keys in hand, I open the door and blink in the early morning sun. Perfect.” 所以用PERFECT作为标题可以与末段呼应,而且perfect能表现出作者积极的心态。A normal不如perfectnormal所能指代的内容也不清晰。C hopeful  D healthy 都过于沉重,作者虽然身患癌症,但是仍然乐观向上的对待每一天,作者接受自己癌症的现实也接受死亡的结局,所以hopefulhealthy都不合适。

 

 

任务型阅读

 

总评:苏锡常镇二模的任务型固定搭配居多,我感觉很多都可以用龚露老师之前在任务型阅读中提到的盲填大法做出来。比如71a hard nut to crack 摘自2015年江苏卷的写作,第72题,make a distinction between A and B. 73题,make an apology, 74题,be unable to do ,  75to some extent, to some degree 79题, be responsible for , 80题,never find excuses for sth 除此之外,正话反说层面的同义替换非常之多,比如,第78题和第80题。

 

答案:71. hard   72. distinction   73. made   74. unable   75. extent/degree   76. When   77. body   78. acting   79. responsible   80. excuses

 

详细解析:

71  a hard nut to crack 对应第一段的第二句话, find it so tough 中的so tough

72  make a distinction between A and B 和第三段中的tell A from B同义替换

73  对应第四段的第一句话, made early ,同时也考察固定搭配, make an apology

74  否定词层面的同义替换,will not unable to do 同义替换

75  to some degree, to some extent,不难,固定搭配,不用看原文都可以填写出来。

76  第八段中的timing 对应的是when

77  body language与第10段的theatrical gestures同义替换,eye contact, facial expression 这些都是一个人的

78  原词重现,其实也对应着同义替换,比如performed act out, 是呼应。act out表示表演出来,这里属于高考常用的正话反说。

79  同义替换, be responsible for 与最后一段的take any form of responsibility属于同义替换。

80  又属于正话反说层面的同义替换,make excusesnever find excuses 同义替换。

 

 

 




 
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