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2012江西省高考英语试题解析
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2012年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试(江西卷)

 

本试卷分第Ⅰ卷(选择题)和第Ⅱ卷(非选择题)两部分,全卷满分150分。

考生注意:

1.答题前,务必在试题卷、答题卡规定的地方填写自己的姓名、座位号,并认真核对答题卡上所粘贴的条形码中姓名、座位号与本人姓名、座位号是否一致。务必在答题卡背面规定的地方填写姓名和座位号后两位。

2.答第Ⅰ卷时,每小题选出答案后,用2B铅笔把答题卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑。如需改动,用橡皮擦干净后,再选涂其他答案标号。第二卷用黑色墨水签字笔在答题卡上书写作答。如在试题卷上作答,答案无效。

3.考试结束,务必将试题卷和答题卡一并上交。

第一卷(选择题,满分115分)

第一部分:听力(满分30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的答案转涂到答题卡上。

第一节 (共5小题;每小题1.5分,满分7.5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。

例:How much is the shirt?

A.£19.15.                                    B.£9.15.                                       C.£9.18.

答案是B

1Where does this conversation probably take place?

         AIn a bookstore.                         BIn a classroom.                         CIn a library.

2At what time will the film begin?

         A7:20.                                            B7:15.                                            C7:00.

3What are the two speakers mainly talking about?

         ATheir friend Jane.                     BA weekend trip.                        CA radio programme.

4What will the woman probably do?

         ACatch a train.                            BSee the man off.                       CGo shopping.

5Why did the woman apologize?

         AShe made a late delivery.      

BShe went to the wrong place.                                                          

CShe couldn’t take the cake back.

第二节 (共15小题;每题1.5分,满分22.5分)

听下面5段对话。每段对话后有几个小题,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。听每段对话前,你将有时间阅读各个小题,每小题5秒钟;听完后,每小题将给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话读两遍。

听第6段材料,回答第67题。

6Whose CD is broken?

         AKathy’s.                                      BMum’s.                                       CJack’s.

7What does the boy promise to do for the girl?

         ABuy her a new CD.                   BDo some cleaning.                   CGive her 10 dollars.

听第7段材料,回答第89题。

8What did the man think of the meal?

         AJust so-so.                                 BQuite satisfactory.                   CA bit disappointing.

9What was the 15% on the bill paid for?

         AThe food.                                    BThe drinks.                                 CThe service.

听第8段材料,回答第1012题。

10Why is the man at the shop?

         ATo order a camera for his wife.                                                        

         BTo have a camera repaired. 

         CTo get a camera changed.

11What color does the man want?

         APink.                                           

         BBlack.

         COrange.

12What will the man do afterwards?

         AMake a phone call.

         BWait until further notice.

         CCome again the next day.

听第9段材料,回答第1316题。

13What would Joe probably do during the Thanksgiving holiday?

         AGo to a play.                              BStay at home.                           CVisit Kingston.

14What is Ariel going to do in Toronto?

         AAttend a party.                         BMeet her aunt.                         CSee a car show.

15Why is Ariel in a hurry to leave?

         ATo call up Betty.                        BTo buy some DVDs.                 CTo pick up Daniel.

16What might be the relationship between the speakers?

         AClassmates.                              BFellow workers.                        CGuide and tourist.

听第10段材料,回答第1720题。

17Where does Thomas Manning work?

         AIn the Guinness Company.

         BAt a radio station.

         CIn a museum.

18Where did the idea of a book of records come from?

         AA bird-shooting trip.

         BA visit to Europe.

         CA television talk show.

19When did Sir Hugh’s first book of records appear?

         AIn 1875.                                     

         BIn 1950.                                     

         CIn 1955.

20What are the two speakers going to talk about next?

         AMore records of unusual facts.                                                       

         BThe founder of the company.                                                           

         CThe oldest person in the world.

第二部分:英语知识运用(共两节, 满分45分)

第一节:单项填空(共15小题,每小题1分,满分15分)

ABCD四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

21The Smiths don’t usually like staying at         hotels, but last summer they spent a few days at a very nice hotel by ________ sea.

         A/; a                                 Bthe; the                        C/; the                             Dthe; a

22We        have bought so much food now that Suzie won’t be with us for dinner.

         Amay not                        Bneedn’t                         Ccan’t                              Dmustn’t 

23My brother would like to buy a good watch but       was available from that shop.         Anothing      Bnone  Cno one         Dneither

24I’ve        the habit of calling in on my grandparents on my way home from school.

         Acome into                     Bgone into                      Cgot into                       Drun into

25It suddenly occurred to him       he had left his keys in the office.

         Awhether                       Bwhere                           Cwhich                            Dthat

26--Look! Somebody       the sofa.

    --Well, it wasn’t me. I didn’t do it.

         Ais cleaning                    Bwas cleaning               Chas cleaned                 Dhad cleaned

27--Have you paid? What’s my share of the bill?

    --       . It wasn’t very much.

         ADon’t worry about it.                                              BIt’s my share              

CNone of your business.                                           DIt’s up to you.

28By 16:30,        was almost closing time, nearly all the paintings had been sold.

         Awhich                            Bwhen                             Cwhat                              Dthat

29You’d better write down the phone number of that restaurant for future      .

         Apurpose                        Breference                     Cprogress                       Dmemory

30We were all agreed that the cottage would      a perfect holiday home for the family.

         Amake                             Bturn                               Ctake                               Dhave

31You can borrow my car        you promise not to drive too fast.

         Aunless                          Beven if                           Cin case                          Das lone as

32Never before      seen anybody who can play tennis as well as Robert.

         Ahad she                         Bshe had                         Chas she                         Dshe has

33Having finished her project, she was invited by the school      to the new students.

         Aspeaking                       Bhaving spoken             Cto speak                       Dto have spoken

34He seems to be giving the impression that he didn’t enjoy himself in Paris.         , he had a wonderful time.

         AAbove all                      BWhat’s more               CAs a result                   DOn the contrary

35John has really got the job because he showed me the official letter        him it.

         Aoffered                          Boffering                         Cto offer                         Dto be offered

 

第二节 完型填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)

阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从3655各题所给的四个选项(ABCD)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

    That holiday morning I didn’t have to attend school. Usually, on holidays, Mother   36   me to sleep in. And I would certainly take full advantage of it. On this particular morning,  ___37___,I felt like getting up early.

I stood by my window overlooking the ___38___, having nothing better to do. But as it turned out, I was soon to learn about something ___39___ in life.

As I watched several people go by, get into their cars and drive off, I ___40___ an old man on a bicycle with a bucket on its ___41___ and a basket rags and bottles on its back-carriage. He ___42___ from one car to another, washing and cleaning them. From the water on the ground, it seemed that he had already ___43___ washing and cleaning about a dozen or more cars. He must have begun to work quite early in the morning.

Several thoughts ___44___my mind as I watched him work. He wasn’t well-dressed. He had on a pair of shorts and a(n) ___45___ T-shirt. The bicycle he rode was not by any means the kind modern ___46___would want to be seen riding on. But he seemed___47___ with life. There he was, working hard at his small business, ___48___ at passers-by and stopping to chat now and then ___49___ elderly men and women on their way to the market nearby.

There was a noticeable touch of___50___ in the way he seemed to be doing things— ___51___the windscreen (挡风玻璃), then standing back to admire it; scrubbing (擦净) the wheels and ___52___, standing back to see what they look like after the scrub.

It was a ___53___ to learn, I felt. At no age need one have to beg for a ___54___if one has good health and is willing to work hard. For a while I felt ___55__ of myself. Young as I am—just sixteen, and there was this old man who must have been usefully engaged perhaps before the sun appeared above the horizon.

36Aforces                         Ballows                       Ccauses                      Dforbids

37Aotherwise                  Btherefore                 Chowever                    Dbesides

38Aparking lot               Bbus stop                  Cschool                       Dmarket

39Ainteresting                Bsurprising                 Cawful                            Duseful

40Anoticed                    Brecognized                Ccalled                          Dassisted

41Aback                           Bhandle                       Cwheel                         Dseat

42Asearched                  Bleft                             Cmoved                        Dwandered

43Astopped                    Bstarted                     Cintended                     Dfinished

44Acrossed                     Bslipped                      Cdisturbed                   Dinspired

45Aattractive               Bshiny                        Csimple                       Dexpensive

46Arepairmen                Bbusinessmen            Cdrivers                        Dcyclists

47Abusy                            Bcontent                      Ccareful                        Dbored

48Awaving                     Blooking                      Claughing                     Dpointing

49Aabout                        Bfor                             Cwith                            Dlike

50Aworry                        Brespect                     Csympathy                  Dpride

51Acleaning                    Bfixing                        Creplacing                   Dcovering

52Astill                             Byet                            Cagain                          Dsoon

53Alesson                         Bsubject                       Cskill                               Dfact

54Abusiness                  Bliving                          Csuccess                      Dright

55Atired                          Bdoubtful                    Cfearful                        Dashamed

 

第三部分:阅读理解(共20小题,每题2分,满分40分)

阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(ABCD)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

A

Mark and his brother Jason both were looking at the shining new computer enviously. Jason was determined not to go against their father’s wishes but Mark was more adventurous than his brother. He loved experimenting and his aim was to become a scientist like his father.

“Dad will be really mad if he finds out you’ve been playing with his new computer.” Jason said, “He told us not to touch it.”

“He won’t find out.” Mark said, “I’ll just have a quick look and shut it down.”

Mark had been scolded before for touching his father’s equipment. But his curiosity was difficult to control and this new computer really puzzled him.

It was a strange-looking machine –one his dad had brought home from the laboratory where he worked. “It’s an experimental model,” his father had explained, “so don’t touch it under any circumstances.” But his father's warning only served to make Mark more curious. Without any further thought, Mark turned on the power switch. The computer burst into life and seconds later, the screen turned into colors, shifting and changing and then two big white words appeared in the center of the screen: “SPACE TRANSPORTER.”

“Yes!” Mark cried excitedly, “It’s a computer game. I knew it! Dad’s only been pretending to work. He’s really been playing games instead.” A new message appeared on the screen:

“ENTER NAMES

VOYAGER 1: …

VOYAGER 2: …”

Mark’s fingers flew across the keyboard as he typed in both of their names.

“INPUT ACCEPTED. START TRANSPORT PROGRAM. AUTO-RETRIEVE INITIATED(自动回收程序已启动).”

The screen turned even brighter and a noise suddenly rose in volume.

“I think we’d better shut it off, Mark,” Jason yelled, reaching for the power switch. He was really frightened.

But his hand never reached the switch. A single beam of dazzling white light burst out of the computer screen, wrapping the boys in its glow (光芒), until they themselves seemed to be glowing. Then it died down just as suddenly as it had burst into life. And the boys were no longer there. On the screen, the letters changed.

“TRANSPORT SUCCESSFUL. DESTINATION(目的地): MARS. RETRIEVE DATE: 2025.”

56Why did Mark touch the computer against his father’s warning?

        AHe wanted to take a voyage.                                BHe wanted to practice his skill

         CHe was so much attracted by it.                          DHe was eager to do an experiment.

57Where did the boy’s father most likely work?

         AIn an electronic factory.                                          BIn a computer company.

         CIn a scientific research center.                             DIn an information processing center.

58Mark thought “SPACE TRANSPORTER” on the screen was the name of          .

         Aa computer game                                                     Ba company website  

Ca software producer                                             Dan astronomy program

59Why did Jason want to shut off the computer?

        AHe was afraid of being scolded.                          

BHe didn’t like the loud noise and light.

         CHe didn’t want to play games any more.          

DHe was afraid something dangerous might happen.

60What happened to the boys at the end of the story?

         AThey were blown into the air.        BThey were sent to another planet.

         CThey were hidden in the strong light.  DThey were carried away to another country

B

A Book Review—The Snake-Stone by Berlie Doherty

The setting: Urban England (the cities), but also rural England (the countryside) including remote English villages.

The theme: The main theme is a teenage search of self-discovery, in this case the search for a mother from whom the hero was separated at an early age. Its other concerns are love, getting on with others, being persistent and courageous and trying to deal with doubts, troubles and worries. As the book moves to a close, James’ swimming coach says to him: “You are not like a kid obeying instructions any more. You are diving like a young man who knows where he is going.”

The characters: James is the hero of the story. He is a championship diver, and has a comfortable life with his foster parents (养父母). Yet he also has the qualities to take him on a long journey to find his birth mother. The other characters in The Snake-Stone, James’ parents, his diving instructor, best friend, the villagers, people he meets on his journey, are pictured realistically.

The turning point: The turning point in the story comes while James’ foster parents are away in London, and he wonders about the identity of his birth mother. The only clue he has is a fossil, “the snake stone” which she left behind along with a note on which she had written: “Take good care of Sammie. It was written on a torn envelope with parts of an address still there.

The journey: Instead of going to London, James decides to find his birth mother. With help from his geography teacher, James sets out for the remote country village where his mother might be found. James has painful, challenging, but also humorous and happy travels. The mother he finally meets, Anne, has a minor yet powerful voice in the novel. He comes to understand why she left him at a stranger’s door fifteen years before. Although the meeting is not long, it leaves him with a feeling of completeness. As a journey of self-discovery The Snake-Stone also provides its readers with a happy ending. Its hero says, on returning to his foster parents, “I was home.”

61What is the main theme of the novel?

         ALife with foster parents.                                         BLife in the world of diving.

CA journey of self-discovery.                                    DA travel around the country.

62What do the coach’s words in Paragraph 2 suggest?

         AJames is a successful diver.                                   BJames is a hopeful swimmer.

         CJames is an outgoing young man.                        DJames is an independent young man.

63The snake stone in the novel is        .

        Aa stone with an address on it                                Ba clue left by the birth mother

         Ca gift from the swimming coach                           Da fossil left by the foster parents

64Which of the following is true about the novel?

         AThe story has a sad ending.                                  

BThe story takes place in the city of London.

         CThe characters are vividly described.                

DThe turning point comes after the hero meets his birth mother. 

65It can be concluded that James’ journey is _________.

         Aworthwhile                                                                 Bboring

         Ccomfortable                                                               Ddisappointing

C

Big Brothers Big Sisters is based on the simplicity and power of friendshipIt is a program which provides friendship and fun by matching vulnerable young people (ages 7-17) with a volunteer adult who can be both a role model and a supportive friend.

  Volunteer tutors come from all walks of life—married, single, with or without children. Big Brothers and Big Sisters are not replacement parents or social workers. They are tutors: someone to trust, to have fun with, to talk and go to when needed.

A Big Sister and Little Sister will generally spend between one and four hours together three or four times each month for at least twelve months. They enjoy simple activities such as a picnic at a park, cooking, playing sport or going to a football match. These activities improve the friendship and help the young person develop positive self-respect, confidence and life direction.

Big Brothers Big Sisters organizations exist throughout the world. It is the largest and most well-known provider of tutor services internationally and has been operating for 25 years.

Emily and Sarah have been matched since 2008. Emily is a 10-year-old girl who has experienced some difficulties being accepted by her schoolmates at school. “ I was pretty sure there was something wrong with me.”

Emily’s mum came across Big Brothers Big Sisters and thought it would be of benefit to Emily by “providing different feedback (反馈) about herself other than just relying on schoolmates to measure her self-worth.

Sarah wanted to get involved in a volunteer program. “I googled it and found out how to be a part of it. I thought it would be fun for me to get involved in making time to do something because sometimes it is all work and no play.”

Big Brothers Big Sisters has been of great benefit and enjoyment to both Emily and Sarah. They love and look forward to their time together and the partnership has certainly helped Emily be more comfortable in being the wonderful, happy and unique girl she is!

66What is the aim of Big Brothers Big Sisters?

         ATo offer students public services

         BTo help students improve their grades

         CTo organize sport activities for young people

         DTo provide partnership and fun for young people

67A volunteer is usually expected to work within a year for at least______

         A24 hours                       B36 hours                       C48 hours                  D72 hours

68According to Emily’s mother, this program may provide Emily with______

         Aadvice from her teachers                                       Ba new way to assess herself

         Ca new way to judge her schoolmates                 Dmore comments from her schoolmates

69Why did Sarah want to get involved in the program?

         AShe used to be a volunteer.                                   BShe needed a part-time job.

         CShe felt a bit bored with her life.                          DShe wanted to get a challenging job.

70According to the passage, “vulnerable young people” are probably those who are _________.

         Apopular at school                                                Brather weak physically

         Ceasily hurt emotionally                                     Dconfident in themselves

D

  For those who make journeys across the world, the speed of travel today has turned the countries into a series of villagesDistances between them appear no greater to a modern traveler than those which once faced men as they walked from village to village. Jet planes fly people from one end of the earth to the other, allowing them a freedom of movement undreamt of a hundred years ago.

  Yet some people wonder if the revolution in travel has gone too far. A price has been paid, they say, for the conquest (征服) of time and distance. Travel is something to be enjoyed, not endured (忍受).  The boat offers leisure and time enough to appreciate the ever-changing sights and sounds of a journey. A journey by train also has a special charm about it. Lakes and forests and wild, open plains sweeping past your carriage window create a grand view in which time and distance mean nothing. On board a plane, however, there is just the blank blue of the sky filling the narrow window of the airplane. The soft lighting, in-flight films and gentle music make up the only world you know, and the hours progress slowly.

   Then there is the time spent being “processed” at a modern airport. People are conveyed like robots along walkways; baggage is weighed, tickets produced, examined and produced yet again before the passengers move to another waiting area. Journeys by rail and sea take longer, yes, but the hours devoted to being “processed” at departure and arrival in airports are luckily absent. No wonder, then, that the modern high-speed trains are winning back passengers from the airlines.

  Man, however, is now a world traveler and cannot turn his back on the airplane. The working lives of too many people depend upon it; whole new industries have been built around its design and operation. The holiday maker, too, with limited time to spend, patiently endures the busy airports and limited space of the flight to gain those extra hours and even days, relaxing in the sun. speed controls people’s lives; time saved, in work or play, is the important thing—or so we are told. Perhaps those first horsemen, riding free across the wild, open plains, were enjoying a better world than the one we know today. They could travel at will, and the clock was not their master.

71What does the writer try to express in Paragraph 1?

         ATravel by plane has speeded up the growth of villages

         BThe speed of modern travel has made distances relatively short

         CThe freedom of movement has helped people realize their dreams

         DMan has been fond of traveling rather than staying in one place

72How does the writer support the underlined statement in Paragraph 2?

         ABy giving instructions                                         BBy analyzing cause and effect

         CBy following the order of time                          DBy giving examples

73According to Paragraph 3, passengers are turning back to modern high-speed trains because______

         Athey pay less for the tickets                         

Bthey feel safer during the travel

         Cthey can enjoy higher speed of travel           

Dthey don’t have to waste time being “processed”

74What does the last sentence of the passage mean?

         AThey could enjoy free and relaxing travel                                             

BThey needed the clock to tell the time

         CThey preferred traveling on horseback     

DThey could travel with their master

75What is the main idea of the passage?

         AAir travel benefits people and industries

         BTrain Travel has some advantages over air travel

     CGreat changes have taken place in modern travel.

         DThe high speed of air travel is gained at a cost.

 

第二卷(非选择题  满分35分)

第四部分  写作(共两节,满分35分)

第一节  阅读表达(共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分)

阅读下面短文并回答问题,然后将答案写到答题卡相应的位置上(请注意问题后的词数要求)。

[1]Stamp collectors usually collect stamps only from certain countries or regions. The traditional method of stamp collecting is to organize stamp collection according to the issue dates.

[2]Of course, there are many ____________. You can collect stamps relating to a particular theme. For example, sport lovers may choose the Olympic theme. They try their best to find Olympic stamps issued by various parts of the world every four years. Some of them may want to concentrate on even more specific sport activities like ball games, gymnasium, swimming, etc.

[3]If you like astronomy, you may be keen on collecting stamps describing the stars, planets, spacecraft, spacemen, etc. once you have fixed the topic, you no longer need to bother about stamps other than the theme you selected. Then, you can put all your effort to collect the stamps around it.

[4]China issues zodiac animal stamps (十二生肖邮票) every year to celebrate the Lunar New Year. They are extremely popular and a lot of collectors wait patiently for 12 years to collect a full set of them. Hong Kong’s Lunar New Year special stamp series began in 2000 with the Year of Dragon and the twelfth and final set was issued in 2011, the Year of Rabbit. Recently some Western countries have issued zodiac animal stamps, which attract a lot of attention as well.

[5]You may choose any theme you like. However, you should bear in mind an essential point. The topic you choose should not be too narrow. Otherwise, it is very difficult to accumulate stamps around the topic. You will be depressed and even lose your interest in collecting stamps.

[6]Collecting stamps with themes is especially popular among teenagers because there is a wide range of choices for them. The main challenge is how you organize and expand your collection around your theme.

76What is the main idea of the passage? no more than 5 words

  ___________________________________________________________________________

77Fill in the blanks in Paragraph 2 with proper words no more than 5 words

Of course, there are many ____________________________________________.

78What should you do if you want to collect a full set of zodiac animal stamps? no more than 7 words

  _______________________________________________________________________________

79List the three general themes in collecting stamps mentioned in the passage 3 words

  _______________________________________________________________________________

80What does the word "them" Line2, Paragraph6 probably refer to? 1 word

  _______________________________________________________________________________

第二节 写作(满分25分)

  某英文报社举办以 “I Like Reading”为主题的征文活动, 你打算投稿。 请根据以下要点些一篇短文:

  1.你为什么喜欢读书;

  2.你喜欢读哪一类的书(例如:历史、科学、文学等)?请给出至少两个理由。

  注意:词数120左右;

二.单项填空

21答案:C  考点:考察冠词

解析:hotel为复数,前不会用定冠词the来修饰;江,河,湖,海前要加定冠词

22答案:B  考点:考察情态动词的用法

解析:may not不可以,neednt不需要,can't不可能, mustn't绝不可能 

本句句意为:既然Suzie不和我们一起吃晚饭,所以我们就不需要买这么多食物。

23答案:B  考点:不定代词

解析:nothing指物,什么都不是;none既可指人也可指物,强调每一个no one只能指人;neither表两者都不,故此题选B

24答案:C  考点:考察动词词组搭配

解析:come into进来,go into进去,get into形成run into撞到

本句句意为:在我从学校回家的路上,我已经养成了打电话给我祖父母的习惯。

25答案:D  考点:考察名词性从句当中的主语从句。

解析:it作形式主语,真正的主语为that he had left his keys in the office。且that在句中无意义,并不充当任何成分。

26答案:C  考点:考察时态

解析:句意为,有人已经打扫了沙发.是的,不是我,我没有做.过去发生的动作对现在造成的影响用现在完成时.

27答案:A  考点:考察情景交际

解析:句意为你付了钱吗?我的那份账单是多少?,不用担心,这不是很贵的.选项

A:不用担心。选项B:这是我的那份。C:不管你的事。D:这取决于你。

28答案:A

考点:考察非限制性定语从句

解析:到16:30几乎是截止时间时,几乎所有的画都被售出了。

由句意可知考察非限制性定语从句,排除CD;根据句子结构,定语从句缺少主语,故选关系代词Awhich)而不选关系副词B

29答案:B考点:考察词义辨析

解析:你最好写下这个餐馆的号码以便日后参考用。

for future reference是一个常用词组搭配,表示以供日后参考

30答案:A考点:考察动词的用法

解析:我们一致同意,这个小舍将会给我们的家庭营造一个完美的假日家园。make可以用作,可发展为,与for连用。Turn表示变为,一般后跟into

31答案:D考点:状语从句

解析:句意为只要你保证不开得太快,你就可以把我的车借走。A.unless除非,B.even if即使,C.in case以防万一,D.as long as只要。选D

32答案:C考点:部分倒装。

解析:句首有关键词Never,否定词提前到句首,句子部分倒装。排除B,D。再根据句子时态,应用现在完成时,故选C

在接到妻子的电话说她摔倒的时候,他立刻从办公室冲回家。非谓语动词修饰phonecall,前后动词的动作在同一时间发生,表主动进行用现在分词的形式。选C

33答案:C考点: 非谓语动词。

解析:不定式表目的,又因D选项时态错误,故选C

34答案:D考点:短语考察

解析:句意为他似乎给人们留下一种在巴黎玩得不开心的印象______他玩得很开心。前后句有转折之意,故选D恰恰相反。A首先,B此外,C结果是。

35答案:B考点:非谓语动词

解析:offer的逻辑主语为空格前名词letter,根据句意,两者语态为主动关系,且表伴随,故选B

三.完形填空

36.答案:B。解析:本题考察动词辨析

allow sb. to do sth.的固定搭配,允许某人做某事;此外,A强迫,C导致,D禁止,根据前后文可知母亲不会强迫或导致或禁止我继续睡。

37.答案:C。解析:本题考察连词

妈妈允许我睡懒觉,我也充分利用这个机会,而后文是说我今天起得很早。前后句意有转折含义,A否则,B所以,D此外,与句意不符。

38.答案:A

39.解析:本题考察名词词组

根据后文当中不断出现的cars和文中老人一直在做洗车和擦窗户的行为可知,我是在看停车场。B公交车站,C学校,D市场,都不对。

39.答案:D。解析:本题考察形容词

根据文意最后一段可知,我学到了一课,学到的内容是只要一个人身体健康并且愿意努力工作,那么他无论在什么年纪都无需乞讨。从这一点可知,是有用的一课。

40.答案:A。解析:本题考察动词辨义

A注意到,B认出,C喊,D协助,根据文意可知我是在观察停车场时无意间看见一位陌生的老人在工作,我并不认识他也未去帮助他,故选A

41.答案:B。解析:本题考察文意分析

空格前its指代的是前文的bicycle,根据常识,桶只能挂在自行车的把手上。

42.答案:C。解析:本题考察文意分析和动作顺序性

根据前文动作——主人公带着工具骑着车和后文动作——洗车,而空格后面又有from one car to another可推知中间动作为move移动A寻找,B离开,D游荡,都不对。

43.答案:D。解析:本题考察文意分析

根据常识可知,洗完车子地上才会有水;而前文又提到了from the water on the ground,所以选择C选项。他洗完了一些车。

44.答案:A。解析:本题考察文意分析

此句为本段第一句,起到承上启下的作用。作者通过上文对主人公行为的观察,产生一系列想法。一些想法闪过我的脑海,只有A选项cross有此意

45.答案:C。解析:本题考察形容词感情色彩

前面一句提到He wasnt well-dressed可知主人公穿着很朴素。所以选择C选项,简单的。A吸引人的,B闪耀的,D昂贵的都不对。

46.答案:D。解析:本题考察名词

根据前一句中的the bicycle he rode可同义复现推出cyclist骑自行车的人

47.答案:B。解析:本题考察词组

必修四第三单元词组be content with感到满意

48.答案:A。解析:本题考察文意分析和动词搭配

前文提到,主人公对自己的生活很满意;后一句说他会跟身边的各种人交谈。所以面对路人主人公应该是积极的动作。所以选择A. wave at挥手。B. look atC. laugh at嘲笑D. point at指向,都不对。

49.答案:C。解析:本题考察词组

chat with聊天

50.答案:D。解析:本题考察文意分析

此句为本段首句,而下文内容说的是主人公每做完一项工作都会停下来看一下,而且下文用了admire一词。加之整篇文章将主人公定位成积极乐观、热爱生活的人。所以选D自豪,A担心,B尊敬,C同情。

51.答案:A。解析:本题考察动词复现

根据文章第三段第三句43空后面的washing and cleaning可得出答案。

52.答案:C。解析:本题考察副词

根据本空前后重复出现了一个动作:standing back to …”可知,这里动作再一次出现,所以C选项again

53.答案:A。解析:本题考察文意分析

此句为尾段第一句,进入到结尾升华部分。根据上文内容可知,作者从主人公身上得出很多的思考。所以选A选项,上了一课。B科目C技巧D事实,都不符合文意。

54.答案:B。解析:本题考察文意分析和词组

根据文章内容可知主人公是为了生计在满足地工作着,所以选择B选项构成词组for a living谋生

55.答案:D。解析:本题考察文意分析和词组搭配

文章最后一句提到了自己和主人公的一个简单比较,作者自己认为相比之下相差甚远。所以用短语feel ashamed of感到惭愧。

 四.阅读理解

  A

  56题  答案:C  考点:细节理解

  根据第五段第三句"But his father’s warning only served to make Mark more curious .Without any further thought, Mark turned on the power switch""但是他爸爸的警告仅仅使得Mark更加好奇。没有再考虑,Mark打开了开关",选择C

  57题  答案:C  考点:细节推断

  解析:由第一段最后一句"He loved experimenting and his aim was to become a scientist like his father""他喜欢实验并且他的目标是成为像他爸爸一样的科学家。以及第五段第一句 “ one his dad had brought home from the laboratory where he worked.”“一个他爸爸从他工作的实验室买回家的选择C

  58题  答案:A  考点:细节理解

由第六段"It’s a computer game. I knew it.""它是电脑游戏。我知道!选择A  

59题  答案:D  考点:细节推断

由倒数第三段"The screen turned even brighter and a noise suddenly rose in volume.""频幕甚至变得更亮,一个噪音音量突然增大",以及倒数第二段"He was really frightened.""他真的非常害怕"判断出D选项。

  60:  考点:推断题  答案:D

 由最后一段"TRANSPORT SUCCESSFUL. DESTINATION(目的地): MARS.RETRIEVE DATE:2025.” "运输成功。目的地:火星。恢复时间:2025."选择D

B

  61答案:C  考点:细节理解

  由第二段第一句:“The main theme is a teenage search of self-discovery” “主题是一个寻找自我发现的青年”.C

  62答案:D  考点:推断题

  由第二段教练的话 “You are not like a kid obeying instructions any more. You are diving like a young man who knows where he is going.”“你不像是一个再会遵守指令的孩子。你像一个知道他将去哪里的年轻人一样在跳水。选出D

  63答案:B  考点:细节理解

  根据第四个小标题中he wonders about the identity of his birth mother. The only clue he has is a fossil,‘the snake stone’ which she left behind along with a not on which she had written,‘Take good care of Sammie.’他想知道他生母的身份。他有的唯一线索就是一个化石,她和一张上面写着好好照顾Sammie一起留下的‘the snake stone’。选B

  64.答案:C  考点:推断题

  根据文章第三个小标题中的 The other characters in The Snake-Stone, James’ parents , his diving instructor, best friend, the villagers, people he meets on his journey, are pictured realistically.Snake-Stone, James的父母,他的跳水教练,最好的朋友,村民们,他在他的旅途中遇见的人种的其他人物角色被逼真地描写选C。由最后一段倒数第二句 “As a journey of self-discovery The Snake-Stone also provides its readers with a happy ending.”最后一个发现自我的旅行,Snake-Stone也为它的读者提供了一个快乐的结局.排除A;由第五个标题第二句话 with help from his geography teacher, James sets out for the remote country village where his mother might be found,在他的地理老师的帮助下,他出发去他妈妈也许会被找到的偏远的乡村。排除B.由第四个小标题第一句The turning point in the story comes while James’ foster parents away in London,故事中的转折点当James的养父母在伦敦离开的时候到来。排除D

  65答案:A  考点:推断题

 由第五个标题中倒数第三句Although the meeting is not long, it leaves him with a feeling of completeness尽管会面不长,但是它给他留下了圆满的感觉。选A

66.题答案:D考点:细节理解题

解析:根据文章第一段第二句“It is a program which provides friendship and fun by matching vulnerable young people…”可知,这个这一个通过让成人陪伴一些内心比较脆弱的孩子来提供友谊和乐趣A选项是说提供学生公共服务;B选项说帮助学生提高分数;C给年轻人组织体育活动;D给年轻人提供友情和乐趣。所以选D

67.题答案:B考点:细节推断题新课 标第一网

解析:根据文章第三段第一句可知:志愿者要每年至少参加12个月,每个月三道四次,每次花一到四小时。所以可以得出,志愿者一年之内最少要工作12*3*1=36小时。

68.题答案:B考点:细节推断题

解析:根据文章第六段第一句“by providing different feedback about herself other than just…”可以得知:这个项目可以提供Emily的妈妈一些关于她孩子不同的反馈,而不是仅仅只依赖同学的评价来评估Emily的自我价值。选B:一个评估Emily的新方法。

69.题答案:C考点:细节推断题

解析:根据文章第七段最后一句“because sometimes it’s all work and no play.”

Sarah想要通过参加这个项目来找些事儿做,因为有时候生活充满了工作而没有放松。A:她曾经是一个志愿者;B她需要一份兼职C她感觉生活有点无趣D她想要获得一份有挑战性的工作。所以选C

70.题答案:C考点:推理判断题

解析:由文章的第一段可知这个项目可以为这些孩子提供玩伴和乐趣。再由文章的第三段可以得知,这个项目可以为孩子们提高自尊,自信和生活方向。再由文章的第五段可以得知,Emily在学校很难被同学接受。综上分析,可以得出vulnerable young peopleC:情感上容易受挫折的孩子。

71.题答案:B考点:细节理解题

解析:由文章第一段第二句得知:比起从前需要步行从一个村庄走到另一个村庄的人,对于一个现代旅游者来说,国与国之间的距离显得不是那么远。A做飞机旅行加速了村庄的增长;B现代交通工具的速度使得地理距离相对减短;C移动的自由帮助人们实现他们的梦想;D人们喜欢旅游而不是呆在一个地方。答案选B

72.题答案:D考点:细节推断题

解析:根据文章第二段第四句到最后一句得知,作者描写到了坐船、坐火车和坐飞机的各自特点。所以作者是以D举例子来支持划线观点的。A通过介绍B分析原因结果C根据时间顺序。

73.题答案:D考点:细节推断题新课标 第一网

解析:根据文章第三自然段得知:在现代的飞机场,人们得花一定时间在走道上、行李称重、反复检票上;尽管花在离开和到达机场的时间被节省掉,传统的火车和船都会花费更多时间。难怪,现代高铁从飞机那里赢得了更多旅客。所以答案选D

74.题答案:A考点:语意猜测题

解析:最后一句话的意思是:人们可以随心去旅行而不用担心时间。A他们可以享受自由而放松的旅行B他们需要时钟来告知时间C他们更喜欢在马背上旅行D他们可以和他们的主人旅行。所以选A

75.题答案:D考点:主旨大意题

解析:文章最后一段得出,飞机带来高速的同时也带来了一些负面影响:太多人的工作生活需要依靠飞机这个行业,一些新型的企业也是根据飞机的设计和操作而被建立的;旅行者也不得不忍受拥挤的机场和有限的空间。A飞机旅行使得人们和企业受益;B火车旅行有一些胜过飞机旅行的优点;C现代旅行发生了巨大的变化;D飞机旅行的高速是有代价的。选D

阅读表达

今年的江西省阅读表达题仍沿袭了去年的试题风格,内容贴近生活,且相对浅显易懂,行文逻辑性很强,便于考生作答。

76 main idea,主旨大意题,第一段开篇说明邮票收集的传统方式,继而引出第2-4段的邮票收集可选择的不同主题,第5段说明邮票收集应注意的点,第6段点题,从collecting stamps with themes is especially popular……此句话中可轻松概括总结出本文main ideacollecting stamps with themes.

 77.补全文章空格题.第一段说明邮票收集的传统方式,然后第二段空格后面出现you can collect stamps relating to particular theme,继而2-4段举例说明了各种邮票收集的主题,根据上下文行文逻辑,可以很明显地推出,横线上需要填写的中文为邮票收集有许多其他的方式,翻译成英文there are many other methods of collecting stamps.

 78.短文转述填空题.根据题干关键词want to collect a full set of zodiac animal stamps,定位原文第四段第二句,可归纳出答案,we should wait for 12 years.

 79.信息归纳总结题,可从原文第2-4段轻松归纳出sports),astronomyanimals.

80.指代关系的确认。本段them前出现了两个复数名词,一个为themes,一个为teenagers,根据because there is a wide range of choices for them,中文译为因为他们有各种各样不同的选择可知道他们只的是teenagers.

 第二节:书面表达(满分25分)

某英文报社举办以“I Like Reading”为主题的征文活动,你打算投稿。请根据以下要点写一篇短文:.

      你为什么喜欢读书;

      你喜欢读哪一类的书(例如:历史、科学、文学等)?请给出至少两个理由。

注意:词数120左右。

 范文:

I Like Reading

Reading is my favorite hobby. I can never stop the love for reading because books are likewise teachers as well as good friends in my life. As we know, books are the source of knowledge. I benefit a great from reading.

There are a variety of books for us to choose from, like history books, science books, literary books and so on. But what interests me most is literary books, especially those by famous writers. For one thing, they hope to improve my writing skills and broaden my horizon. For another, they can enrich my life and provide me with great fun.

Isn’t it a pleasure to have great calm in mind while you are reading?

 

在这个多媒体盘踞的年代,读书可谓已经渐渐淡出了我们的生活。

江西省选择了读书这个话题,非常普通,可谓是延续了去年的保守作风。依旧是单观点话题,对于给出论点爱读书论述合理理由即可。高考话题主流都和学生、和校园相关,江西和以往不同,今年青睐了这个主流。考题给出了明确的提纲,使得内容方面更加不容易产生偏差。结构可以采用总分或者总分总,总述喜欢读书的原因,再分述喜欢书类的理由,最后可以一句话结论。

 

 

 
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