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2009年四川省高考英语新题型及样卷
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2009年四川省高考英语新题型及样卷



样卷

英    语

本试卷分第一卷(选择题)和第二卷(非选择题)两部分。满分150分;考试时间120分钟。

第一卷

第一部分  英语知识运用(共两节,满分50分)

第一节  语法和词汇知识(共20小题;每小题1分,满分20分)从A、B、C、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。
1. —Thank you for joining in our conversation tonight.

   —_________.

A. It’s my duty                                        B. It’s all right

  C. It’s my pleasure                             D. It’s nice to say so
2. How about taking _________ short break? I want to make _________ call.

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

3. When you get the paper back, pay special attention to what _________.

  A. have marked                              B. have been marked

  C. had marked                                   D. had been marked

4. —What’s on the sign over there?

    —“No person ________ smoke or carry a lighted cigarette, cigar or pipe in this area.”

  A. may           B. will             C. shall         D. must

5. Some students often listen to music ___ classes to refresh themselves.

  A. between     B. among     C. over     D. during

6. Peter received a letter just now _________ his grandma would come to see him soon.

  A. said            B. says        C. saying            D. to say

7. It is reported that two schools, _________ are being built in my hometown, will open next year.

  A. they both                                         B. which both     

C. both of them                             D. both of which

8. Mum _________ to us, “Be quiet! Your little sister’s sleeping.”

  A. whispered        B. shouted         C. explained       D. replied

9. I’d like to study law at university ____ my cousin prefers geography.

  A. though          B. as              C. while           D. for

10. —Did you see a man in black pass by just now?

    —No, sir. I _________ a newspaper.

  A. read           B. was reading      C. would read             D. am reading

11. Of the two coats, I’d choose the ____ one to spare some money for a book.

  A. cheapest       B. cheaper          C. more expensive           D. most expensive

12. Little joy can equal ____ of a surprising ending when you read stories.   A. that          B. those             C. any              D. some
13. It was so dark in the cinema that I could hardly ____ my friend. A. turn out           B. bring out          C. call out      D. pick out

14. —Dad! Tom’s broken a glass! — ____. Accidents will happen.   A. No trouble at all   B. Doesn’t matter     C. No way     D. Don’t mention it
15. The flowers his friend gave him will die unless ____ every day.

  A. watered          B. watering         C. water       D. to water 

16. The road conditions there turned out to be very good, ___ was more than we could expect.

A. it   B. what    C. which    D. that

17. Liza ___ well not want to go on the trip --- she hates traveling.

A. will  B. can   C. must   D. may

18. Little Johnny felt the bag, curious to know what it ____.

A. collected  B. contained   C. loaded  D. saved

19. The house still needed a lot of work, but ___ the kitchen was finished.

A. instead   B. altogether   C. at once   D. at least

20. It was in New Zealand ___ Elizabeth first met Mr. Smith.

A. that  B. how    C. which    D. when

 

第二节  完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该选项涂黑。
It’s fourteen years since I left the Philippines to live with my family in the USA. A month ago, while on summer vacation back in my motherland, I learned a lesson from mosquito (蚊子) bites. Right before   21   Kennedy Airport in New York, my grandma   22   me of the behavior of the native mosquitos around the   23   like me. She said, “There’s an old saying—the   24   you stay away from the motherland, the sweeter your blood   25   to the mosquitos.” Not   26   it, I replied, “Grandmaaaa, that’s just an old wives’ tale!”

Well, less than a week   27   my arrival in Manila, I was already carpeted with a   28   of mosquito bites. I took many measures to keep myself from being   29  , but they all proved useless.

Late one   30   in my cousin’s home, I couldn’t bear the   31   of the bites. Hoping to find some comfort, I   32   my cousin, who was sleeping peacefully in the bed next to mine. Unhappy for being   33  , she said, “There is nothing you can do. Go back to sleep.” With a few turns, she slept again. Enviously (嫉妒地)   34   her sleep, I hoped a big mosquito would   35   on her face. However, the mosquitos would just lightly dance around her forehead and fly away quickly, never biting her. Amazed (惊奇的), I ran to others’   36  , only to find they were all sleeping   37   as the same thing occurred again and again.

From those bites, I came to   38   my grandma’s silly tale. From then on, I’ve always tried to keep a(n)   39   mind about those strange old wives’ tales   40   they do have some truth to them.

 

21. A. leaving                 B. passing               C. visiting                 D. finding   

22. A. persuaded            B. reminded                 C. warned               D. informed

23. A. students                   B. foreigners                    C. passengers                D. visitors

24. A. earlier                   B. longer                        C. sooner                D. later

25. A. grows                   B. goes                        C. flows                D. remains

26. A. expecting              B. understanding               C. recognizing               D. believing

27. A. after                    B. before                        C. when                 D. as

28. A. shade                  B. pile                         C. cloud           D. blanket

29. A. touched                   B. bitten                  C. defeated               D. discovered

30. A. morning                B. afternoon                    C. evening                D. night

31. A. noise                  B. hit                            C. pain                    D. effect

32. A. woke up           B. shouted at                C. looked for   D. dropped on

33. A. blamed              B. interrupted          C. moved                 D. frightened

34. A. having          B. watching                  C. making                D. helping

35. A. land             B. fly                        C. fall                   D. wait

36. A. houses                      B. flats                      C. rooms               D. homes

37. A. joyfully               B. anxiously             C. soundlessly    D. worriedly

38. A. tell                    B. know                           C. remember   D. accept

39. A. open             B. active                       C. clear            D. honest

40. A. and                     B. so                            C. because              D. until

 

 

第二部分  阅读理解(共两节,满分50分)

第一节  阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。(共20小题;每小题2分,满分40分)

A

I believe that my country, Poland, is a perfect example for a place where food is particularly important. When we were little children, we began to understand how much a loaf of bread meant to our parents—to some it might sound silly but for me the custom of kissing bread before you started cutting it was simply amazing. It’s not so common nowadays to treat food that way, since you hardly ever bake your own bread. Besides, everyone would call you crazy if you tried to kiss every bread roll before you ate them! But though we no longer make our food from scratch (起点), some customs have been kept—that’s why I feel so sorry every time I have to throw any food away—even though I no longer live with my parents and nobody would blame me for this anymore!

Many people of our nation are still working as farmers, eating what they grow and harvest and therefore enjoying everything more. It’s widely known that you value more anything that needs your effort in the first place. In most homes in Poland, especially those of farmers, the whole family would try and have their meals together—extremely difficult now, but so rewarding (值得) ! You can share other members’ troubles and successes, give your children some attention, or just sit down for a moment instead of rushing through life aimlessly. Furthermore, your body, and stomach in particular will be very grateful (感激) for such a time!

In Poland, a wedding, Christmas or even a birthday is celebrated with a great meal. Women in the house get together and cook, sometimes for a few days before the event, and the extremely good or unusual food will be remembered and widely talked about.

You cannot over-value the importance of food in the country. What’s more, almost everyone in Poland will be as interested in the topic as I am.

41. When the writer was a child, he /she ____.

A. found people were crazy about bread

B. began to realize the importance of food

C. thought that cutting bread was amazing

D. learned people hardly baked their own bread

42. The writer feels very sorry when he/she has to throw away any food because ____.

A. he /she makes food from scratch

B. his/her parents would blame him/her

C. some customs still have effect on him/her

D. many people are still working hard as farmers

43. From the text, we can learn that, in Poland, ____.

A. most meals can be interesting topics for a long time

B. the whole family often have meals together nowadays

C. it’s common for women to get together to cook for a few days

D. family members can know more about each other by having meals together

B

Jim suffered heart problems. In conversation he expressed little joy and it seemed that his life was drawing to a close.

When his heart problems led to operation, Jim went through it successfully, and a full recovery was expected. Within days, however, his heart was not beating properly. Jim was rushed back to operation, but nothing was found to explain the cause of his illness. He died on the operating table on the day before his 48th birthday.

Dr. Bruce Smoller, a psychologist (心理学家), had had many conversations with him, and the more he learned, the stranger he realized Jim’s case was. When Jim was a child, his father, a teacher, suffered a heart attack and stayed home to recover. One morning Jim asked his father to look over his homework, promising to come home from school at noon to pick it up. His father agreed, but when Jim returned his father had died. Jim’s father was 48.

 “I think all his life Jim believed he killed his father,” Dr. Smoller says. “He felt that if he had not asked him to look at his homework, his father would have lived. Jim had been troubled by the idea. The operation was the trial (判决) he had expected for forty years.” Smoller believes that Jim willed himself not to live to the age of 48.

Jim’s case shows the powerful role that attitude (态度) plays in physical health, and that childhood experiences produce far-reaching effect on the health of grown-ups. Although most cases are less direct than Jim’s, studies show that childhood events, besides genes, may well cause such midlife diseases as cancer, heart disease and mental illness.

44. Jim was sent back to operation because _______.

A. his heart didn’t work well

B. he expected a full recovery

C. his life was drawing to a close

D. the first one wasn’t well performed

45. What made Dr. Smoller feel strange about Jim’s case?

A. Jim died at a young age.

B. Jim died on the operating table.

C. Jim’s death is closely connected with his father’s.

D. Both Jim and his father died of the same disease.

46. From Smoller’s words, we can infer that ____.

A. Jim’s father cared little about his study

B. Smoller agreed that Jim did kill his father

C. Jim thought he would be punished some day

D. Smoller believed Jim wouldn’t live to the age of 48

47. Which of the following could have strong effect on one’s physical health according to the text?

 

a. One’s genes.

b. One’s life in childhood.

c. One’s physical education.

d. The date of one’s birthday.

e. The opinions one has about something.

 

A. a, b, d                        B. a, b, e

C. b, c, d                        D. a, c, e

 

C

It’s great fun to explore (探索) new places—it feels like an adventure, even when you know you’re not the first to have been there. But make sure not to get lost or waste time going round in circles.

l         Do the map reading if you’re being driven somewhere. It’ll be easier if you keep turning the map so it follows the direction you’re traveling in. Keep looking ahead so that you can give the driver lots of warning before having to make a turn, or you’ll have to move to the back seat.

l         Get a group of friends together and go exploring. You’ll need a good map, a compass (指南针), a raincoat, a cell phone to call for help in case you get lost, and a bit of spare cash for emergencies (应急现金). Tell someone where you’re going before you set out and let them know what time you expect to be back. The test is in not getting lost, not in seeing how fast you can go, so always stick together, waiting for slower friends to catch up.

l         See if your school or a club organizes orienteering activities, in which you need a map and a compass to find your way. This can be done as a sport, with teams trying to find the way from A to B (and B to C, etc.) in the fastest time, or simply as a spare-time activity. Either way, it’s not only good fun, but a great way to keep fit.

48. Sitting beside the driver, you should ____.

A. direct the driver when necessary

B. look ahead to see where there’s a turn

C. move to the back seat if feeling uncomfortable

D. keep looking at the map to find a place to go to

49. Why do you need to tell someone your exploration plan before setting out?

  A. To get information when in danger.

  B. To be saved in case of an accident.

  C. To share the fun with him/her in exploration.

  D. To tell him/her what’s going on with the group members.

50. Orienteering activities can _____.

A. make people work fast

B. help people stay healthy

C. help people organize other activities

D. make people get prepared for sports

51. The text mainly talks about ____.

A. the fun of exploration

B. what to bring for exploration

C. the way to use a map in exploration

D. how to prevent getting lost in exploration

 

D

Sorry to say, our brains naturally start slowing down at the cruelly young age of 30. It used to be thought that this couldn’t be helped, but new studies show that people of any age can train their brains to work faster. “Your brain is a learning machine,” says University of California scientist Dr. Michael Merzenich. Given the right tools, we can train our brains to act like they did when we were younger. All that’s required is the practice designed just for the purpose: a few exercises for the mind.

Merzenich has developed a computer-based training method to speed up the process (过程) in which the brain deals with information (positscience.com). Since much of the data we receive comes through speech, the Brain Fitness Program works with language and hearing to better speed and accuracy (准确性).

Over the course of training, the program starts asking you to distinguish (辨别) sounds (between “dog” and “bog”, for example) at an increasingly faster speed. It’s a bit like tennis instructor, says Merzenich, hitting balls at you faster and faster to keep you challenged (受到挑战). You may start out slow, but before long you’re pretty quick.

The biggest finding in brain research in the last ten years is that the brain at any age is highly plastic. If you ask your brain to learn, it will learn. And it may even speed up while in the process.

To keep your brain young and plastic you can do one of a million new activities that challenge and excite you: playing table tennis or bridge, doing crossword puzzles, learning a language…. “When it comes to preventing ageing, you really do ‘use it or lose it’,” says Barbara Sahakian, professor at Cambridge University.

52. Dr. Merzenich’s training method mainly depends on ________.

A. speech training

B. computer languages

C. the activities one joins in

D. the information being dealt with

53. By saying “the brain at any age is highly plastic,” the writer probably means the brain can be ____.

A. used

B. mastered

C. developed

D. researched

54. What can we learn from the text?

  A. Practice makes a quick mind.

  B. Brain research started ten yeas ago.

  C. Dr. Merzenich is a scientist in computer.

  D. People believed nothing could stop the brain slowing down.

55. Which of the following agrees with the writer’s idea?

  A. The training methods work better for the old.

B. People should use the brain to stop it from ageing.

  C. The training of the brain should start at an early age.

  D. It’s necessary to take part in as many activities as possible.

 

E

I entered high school having read hundreds of books. But I was not a good reader. Merely bookish, I lacked a point of view when I read. Rather, I read in order to get a point of view. I searched books for good expressions and sayings, pieces of information, ideas, themes—anything to enrich my thought and make me feel educated. When one of my teachers suggested to his sleepy tenth-grade English class that a person could not have a “complicated (复杂的) idea” until he had read at least two thousand books, I heard the words without recognizing either its irony (嘲讽) or its very complicated truth. I merely determined to make a list of all the books I had ever read. Strict with myself, I included only once a title I might have read several times. (How, after all, could one read a book more than once?) And I included only those books over a hundred pages in length. (Could anything shorter be a book?)

There was yet another high school list I made. One day I came across a newspaper article about an English professor at a nearby state college. The article had a list of the “hundred most important books of Western Civilization.” “More than anything else in my life,” the professor told the reporter with finality, “these books have made me all that I am.” That was the kind of words I couldn’t fail to pay attention to. I kept the list for the several months it took me to read all of the titles. Most books, of course, I hardly understood. While reading Plato’s The Republic, for example, I needed to keep looking at the introduction of the book to remind myself what the text was about. However, with the special patience and superstition (迷信) of a schoolboy, I looked at every word of the text. And by the time I reached the last word, pleased, I persuaded myself that I had read The Republic, and seriously crossed Plato off my list.

56. On hearing the teacher’s suggestion of reading, the writer thought ____.

  A. one must read as many books as possible

  B. a student should not have a complicated idea

  C. it was impossible for one to read two thousand books

  D. students ought to make a list of the books they had read

57. While at school, the writer ____. A. had plans for reading

B. learned to educate himself C. only read books over 100 pages D. read only one book several times

58. The underlined phrase “with finality” probably means ____.

  A. firmly                   B. clearly

C. proudly                  D. pleasantly

59. The writer’s purpose in mentioning The Republic is to ____.

A. explain why it was included in the list

B. describe why he seriously crossed it off the list

C. he read the books blindly though they were hard to understand

D. prove that he understood most of it because he had looked at every word

60. The writer provides two book lists to ____.

A. show how he developed his point of view

B. tell his reading experience at high school

C. introduce the two persons’ reading methods

  D. explain that he had read many books at high school

 

第二节  根据对话内容,从对话后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项,并将答案填写在本题下面的横线上。选项中有两项多余选项。(共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分)  

— Can you help me?

— Sure, what’s the problem?

— ____61___.

— Well, how about San Francisco? We went there last year and had a great time.

—    62  

— Well, there is Golden Gate Bridge of course, and Golden Gate Park. It’s a really big park. You can go for long walks or take a rest in the Japanese Tea Garden. It’s beautiful there.

—    63    

— There is also a place called Fisherman’s Wharf. That’s really popular with tourists. There are lots of shops, cafes and restaurants. And from there you can go on a boat trip to Alcatraz. You know, it’s a small but very beautiful island.

—    64  

— No, you can’t stay on the island; there aren’t any hotels. You can only go for the day. I think I’ve still got a book about San Francisco. I can lend it to you.

—    65  

 

A.      What can you do there?

B.      Oh, great! What a great place to stay in!

C.      What an idea! What is the best time to go there?

D.     I can’t decide where to go for the holiday-----any ideas?

E.      Thanks a lot. San Francisco, here I come!

F.      Hmm, that sounds good.

G.     How can I go there?

 

61. ______   62. ______    63. ______    64. ______    65. ______

第二卷

第三部分  写作(共两节, 满分50分)

第一节  短文改错 (共10小题;每小题1.5分。满分15分) 此题要求改正所给短文中的错误。 对标有题号的每一行作出判断:如无错误,在该行右边横线上画一个勾(√); 如有错误(每行只有一个错误),则按下列情况改正:

此行多一个词:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉,在该行右边横线上写出该词,并也用斜线划掉。

    此行缺一个词: 在缺词处加一个漏字符号(^), 在该行右边横线上写该加的词。

    此行错一个词: 在错的词下划一横线, 在该行右边横线上写出改正后的词。

    注意: 原行没有错的不要改。

 

An Australian farmer found the kangaroo caught                          66.            

in the fence around his farms. He thought the poor                                   67.           

animal was injured, but the kind farmer took off his                                68.            

jacket and put on the animal. Then he started trying                                   69.            

to cut the fence to free the animal. But as soon as the                      70.            

kangaroo were free, it jumped up and ran away with                             71.            

the jacket. The farmer was worried because of his                                         72.           

wallet was in the pocket. But, to my surprise, when                               73.            

he gets home, he saw the animal waiting at the door,                                   74.            

still wore his jacket with the wallet in the pocket.                              75.           

 

第二节  书面表达 (满分35分) 假设你是李华,你的英国笔友Henry最近来信,询问你高考后的暑期计划。请你根据以下要点,用英语写一封回信,说明你的计划,并简述理由。

1.休息

2.读书

3.陪伴父母

4.参加社会活动

 

注意:

1.词数100左右,信的开头和结束语已为你写好(不计入总词数)。

2.可根据内容要点适当增加细节,使行文连贯。

3.参考词汇:

高考:college entrance examination

社会活动:social activities

 

 

Dear Henry,

 

I’m glad to receive your letter. __________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Best wishes

                                               

Li Hua


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