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2018年河南高職單招英語模擬試題(含答案)(二)

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第一部分:聽力

第一節(共5小題;每小題1分,共5分)

聽下面5段對話。每段對話后有一個小題,從題中所給的A、B、C三個選項中選出最佳選項,并標在試卷的相應位置。聽完每段對話后,你都有10秒中的時間來回答有關小題和閱讀下一小題。每段對話僅讀一遍。

1.Where does the conversation take place?

A. In a school B. In a restaurant C. In a post office

2. Who wore the overcoat last week?

A. Jill B. Clair C. Jill’s sister

3. What was the homework for Friday?

A. Copying the notes B. doing some reading C. Writing an essaying

4. How much should the man pay?

A. Nine dollars B. six dollars C. three dollars

5. What will the girl do first?

A. Watch TV B. Have dinner C. Do homework

第二節(共15小題;每小題1分,共15分)

聽下面5段對話或獨白。每段對話或獨白后有幾個小題,從題中所給的A、B、C三個選項中選出最佳選項,并標在試卷的相應位置。聽完每段對話或獨白前,你將有時間閱讀各個小題,每小題5秒鐘;聽完后,各小題將給出5秒鐘的作答時間。每段對話或獨白讀兩遍。

聽第六段材料,回答第6、7題。

6. Why doesn’t the man run?

A. He hates running. B. He hurt his leg. C. He can’t find time.

7. What will Jenny do first?

A. Take a shower B. Have a class C. Run for an hour

聽第七段材料,回答第8至10題。

8. What will Linda do this Saturday afternoon?

A. Go swimming B. Have a picnic C. Attend a meeting

9. Where will they go first on Saturday evening?

A. To a theater B. To a restaurant C. To the man’s house

10. When will they meet?

A. At five o’clock B. At six o’clock C. At seven o’clock

聽第八段材料,回答第11至13題。

11.What does the woman think of Mile’s weekend?

A. Exciting B. Boring C. Tiring

12. Why didn’t Mike stay there for a longer time?

A. He had to take an exam B. He had to see a teacher C. He had to work on a paper.

13. What didn’t Mike do on the beach?

A. Play volleyball B. Go swimming C. Go fishing

聽第九段材料,回答第14至16題。

14.What does the man think of the dress?

A. It is lovely B. It is expensive C. It is practical

15. What does the man advise the woman to buy?

A. A hat B. A scarf (圍巾) C. A necklace(項鏈)

16. Which pair of shoes does the woman want?

A. The one without high heels(鞋跟) B. The one with a plain pattern(素條紋)

C. The one with the flower print

聽第十段材料,回答第17至20題。

17. What is the passage mainly about?

A. Some experienced teachers B. Summer English courses C. Summer camps in the USA

18. How many students ate there in a group at most?

A. Two B. Three C. fifteen

19.Where do the students live during this time?

A. In a hotel B. In American houses C. In the school

20. Where can the students find the list of prices?

A. On the blackboard B. On the front desk C. In the application form

第二部分 閱讀理解(15X2)

閱讀下列短文,從每題所給的四個選項中,選出最佳選項,并在答題卡上將該項涂黑。

A

At the 1924 Olympic Games in Paris, the sport of canoe racing was added to the list of international competitions. The favorite team in the four-man canoe race was the Unites States team. One member of that team was Bill Havens.

As the time for the Olympics neared, it became clear that Bill’s wife would give birth to their first child about the time that the US team would be competing in the Paris games. In 1924, there were no jet airliners from Paris to the Unites States, only slow ocean-going ships. Bill found himself in a dilemma. Should he go to Paris and risk not being at his wife’s side when their baby was born? Or should he stay with his family?

Bill’s wife insisted that he go to Paris. But after much soul searching, Bill decided to stay at home, where he could support his wife when the child arrived. As it turned out , the Unites States four-man canoe team won the gold medal in Paris. And Bill’s wife was late in giving birth to their child. In fact, Bill could have competed in the event and returned home in time to be with her when she gave birth. People said ,” what a shame!”

The child finally born to Bill and his wife was a boy, whom they named Frank. Twenty-eight years later, in 1952, Bill received a telegram from Frank. It was sent from Helsinki, Finland, where the 1952 Olympics were being held. The telegram read, “Dad, I won. I am bringing home the gold medal you lost while waiting for me to be born.” Frank had just won the gold medal for the Unites States in a rowing event, a medal his father had dreamed of winning but never did. When people asked Bill about his decision he made twenty-eight years ago, he said he would make the same choice if he was in such a situation again.

21. If we say some is in a dilemma, we probably mean he/she _____.

A. lives a very hard life B. has to make a difficult choice

C. has to give up all that he/she has D. doesn’t know what he/she wants

22. From Paragrapstrong we know Bill’s wife ____.

A. knew the baby would be born late

B. knew what her husband really wanted

C. wanted to support her husband to win the gold medal.

D. was not understanding enough to support her husband

23. What is the main reason why people said” what a shame!”?

A. Bill didn’t give his wife any support at home.

B. Bill’s decision caused the team to perform badly.

C. Bill didn’t know what was more important to him.

D. Bill could have returned home with the gold medal in time.

24. What happened twenty-eight years later after the baby’s birth?

A. Bill received a gold medal from Finland.

B. Bill’s son helped make his dream come true.

C. Bill earned the respect of all the American people.

D. Bill took part in the Olympic Games and won.

25. After reading the passage, we infer that ____

A. Bill thought his decision was right. B. Bill trained his son to win the medal.

C. Bill loved fame more than his family D. Bill hated his decision very much

B

During a recent phone interview with a mom who had just moved to Colorado, the conversation turned to disaster planning.” I am standing here looking out of the window at the smoke from wildfires,” she told me, “and have absolutely no idea what we will do if the wind shifts our way.” Fortunately, the fire was put out, saving her home.

Making a disaster plan isn’t something anyone does for fun. But being caught without one in a time of need is worse. Emergency management officials say too few families have a disaster plan ,even in areas that have been hit hard by hurricanes or flooding.

I have prepared food, water, flashlights, candles, a battery-powered radio and firewood since our family was hit years ago by a hurricane that blocked off streets and knocked out our power for more than a week. Still we lack the medications, emergency contacts, and emergency-meeting and pet-care plans we should also have .Officials in my state of Oregon have warned us that one of us is really ready for the major disaster which is very likely to hit here---- a big earthquake.

Working parents need to coordinate(協調)their disaster plans with their children’s schools or child-care centers. Many parents in the 2003 New York blackout(斷電)weren’t able to get home to their children because public traffic was stopped and lights were out. After that, many parents made detailed plans with child-care providers about where to meet in emergencies, an whom to contact if unable to reach each other.

Good emergency planning and training helped teachers at a child-care center in the World Trade Center successfully move children to a safe place during the 2001 terrorist attacks.

Do you have an emergency plan for your home? If not, you know what to do.

26. According to the first paragraph , the mom_____.

A. lived alone in her home. B. didn’t have a disaster plan

C. never thought her house would catch fire D. was not frightened in front of the wildfires

27. What can we infer from what emergency management officials said in Paragraph2?

A. Few people have fully realized the importance of making disaster plans.

B. The state of Oregon has been ready for a possible earthquake.

C. Hurricanes and flooding cause people to make disaster plans.

D. Many people consider making a disaster plan is fun.

28. Which of the following things has the writer NOT prepared for disasters?

A. food B. Candles C. A radio D. Medicine

29. We can infer that the 2003 New York blackout _____.

A. was not serious enough to attract parents’ attention

B. showed how careful the teachers had always been

C. made parents realize the importance of having a disaster plan

D. helped parents know the importance of teachers to their children

30. The fifth paragraph is mainly written to tell us that_____.

A. some people have disaster plans B. children may be in danger any time

C. a good disaster plan can be helpful D. child-care centers are not that safe

C.

Treasure hunts (尋寶)have excited people’s imagination for hundreds of years both in real life and in books such as Robert Louis Stevenson’s Treasure Island .Kit Williams ,a modern writer ,had the idea of combining the real excitement of a treasure hunt with clues (線索)found in a book when he wrote a children’s story Masquerade, in 1979. The book was about a hare ,and a month before it came out, Williams buried a gold hare in a park in Bedfordshire .The book contained a large number of clues to help readers find the hare ,but Williams put in a lot of “red herrings ”,or false clues ,to mislead them.

Ken Roberts ,the man who found the hare ,had been looking for it for nearly two years .Although he had been searching in the wrong area most of the time ,he found it by logic (邏輯),not by luck .His success came from the fact that he had gained an important clue at the start .He had realized that the words :“One of Six to Eight” under the first picture in the book connected the hare in some way to Katherine of Aragon ,the first of Henry VIII’s six wives. Even here ,however ,Williams had succeeded in misleading him .Ken knew that Katherine of Aragon had died at Kimbolton in Cambridgeshire in 1536 and thought that Williams had buried the hare there .He had been digging there for over a year before a new idea occurred to him. He found out that Kit Williams had spent his childhood near Ampthill ,in Befordshire and thought that he must have buried the hare in a place he knew well ,but he still could not see the connection with Katherine of Aragon ,until one day he came across two stone crosses in Ampthill Park and learnt that they had been built in her honor in 1773.

Even then his search had not come to an end. It was only after he had spent several nights digging around the cross that he decided to write to Kit Williams to find out if he was wasting his time there .Williams encouraged him to continue ,and on February 24th 1982 ,he found the treasure. It was worth £ 3000 in the beginning ,but the excitement it had caused since its burial made it much more valuable .

31.The underlined word “them”(paragraph1)refers to .

A.red herrings B.treasure hunts

C.Henry VIII’s six wives D.readers of Masquerade

32.What is the most important clue in the story to help Ken Roberts find the hare ?

A.Two stone crosses in Ampthill B.Stevenson’s Treasure Island

C.Katherine of Aragon D.Williams’ hometown

33.The stone crosses in Ampthill were built .

A.to tell about what happened in 1773 B.to show respect for Henry VIII’s first wife

C.to serve as a road sign in Ampthill Park D.to inform people where the gold hare was

34.Which of the following describes Roberts’ logic in searching for the hare ?

a.Henry VIII’s six wives b.Katherine’s burial place at Kimbolton

c.Williams’ childhood in Ampthill d.Katherine of Aragon

e.stone crosses in Ampthill Park

A.a—b—c—e—d B.d—b—c—e—a

C.a—d—b—c—e D.b—a—e—c—d

35.What is the subject discussed in the text ?

A.An exciting historical event B.A modern treasure hunt

C.The attraction of Masquerade D.The importance of logical thinking

第二節(5X1)

根據短文內容, 從短文后的選項中選出能填入空白處的最佳選。選項中有一項為多余選項。

注意:因機讀卡上沒有對應的EF選項,若選E, 請將對應題號AB兩項同時涂黑;若選F,請將對應題號AC兩項同時涂黑。

Money Matters

Parents should help their children understand money. __36 So you may start talking about money when our child shows an interest in buying things, candy or toys , for example.

1.The basic function of money

Begin explaining the basic function of money by showing how people trade money for goods or services. It is important to show your child how money is traded for the things he wants to have. If he wants to have a toy, give him the money and let him hand the money to the cashier(收銀員). _37 When your child grows a bit older and understands the basic function of money, you can start explaining more complex ways of using money.

2. Money lessons

Approach money lessons with openness and honesty. 38 If you must say no to a child’s request to spend money, explain,” You have enough toy trucks for now.” Or, if the request is for many different things, say, “you have to make a choice between this toy and that toy.”

3. 39

Begin at the grocery store. Pick out two similar brands of a product-a name-brand butter and a generic(無商標產品),for example. You can show your child how to make choices between different brands of a product so that you can save money. 40 If he chooses the cheaper brand, allow him to make another purchase(購買)with the money saved. Later, you may explain how the more expensive choice leaves less money for other purchases.

A. Wise decisions B. The value of money

C. Permit the child to choose between them.

D. Tell your child why he can –--or cannot---have certain things

E. Talk about how the money bought the thing after you leave the toy store.

F. The best time to teach a child any thing about money is when he shows an interest.

第三部分英語知識運用

完形填空

閱讀下面短文,從短文后所給各題的四個選項(A、B、C和D)中,選出可以填入空白處的最佳選項。

I had heard about the benefits of gratitude(感恩). What was less clear was what to do. Hoping for _41 , I called Robert Emmons. He was _42 at the University of California. “Be _43 ,” he said , “and soon you’ll know the benefits.”

He _44 that I should pay a gratitude visit“ _45 a person who has made a great difference to your life and whom you have 46_ thanked. Write a letter to him or her that expresses your thanks, and they read it aloud face to face.” Emmons told me. “It is very moving for the _47 and the receiver. Be prepared for _48 .”

I 49_ thought of Miss Riggi, my eighth-grade English teacher. She was the first one to open my _50_ to Hemingway, Faulkner, and some other great writers. She was the first to _51_ me to write. I made some quick calls and found she was still teaching in the same school. At once I 52__ plane tickets to my hometown, Scranton, Pennsylvania.

Miss Riggi was shorter than I __53 . After a hug and a small __54 , we sat down. I took a deep breath and read my letter to her.” I want to thank you in person for the effect you have had on my _55 ,” I began . “Nearly 30 years ago, you introduced me to the wonders of the _56 words…” I felt like I was speaking _57 generations of students when I was reading to Miss Riggi, ”Time passes quickly. Memories blur(變得模糊不清)and fade, _58 I am sure I will never forget the excitement of arriving each day at your class.”

Professor Emmons was 59_ about the tears. They did come, for both of us. My feeling of peace and joy _60 long after I returned home.

41. A. stories B. tips C. thanks D. examples

42.A. teaching B. traveling C. searching D. studying

43.A. happy B. careful C. interested D. thankful

44. A. suggested B. shouted C. doubted D. lied

45. A. Look at B. think of C. Cheer up D. Look through

46. A. Always B. also C. already D. never

47. A. stranger B. designer C. giver D. lender

48. A. hopes B. questions C. pains D. tears

49. A. hopefully B. luckily C. immediately D. strangely

50. A. eyes B. mouth C. nose D. head

51. A. serve B. encourage C. refuse D. force

52. A. received B. booked C. gave D.changed

53. A. wanted B. understood C. remembered D. described

54. A. talk B. decision C. discussion D. praise

55. A. work B. class C. life D. family

56. A. spoken B. written C. lost D. forgotten

57. A. for B. to C. with D. at

58. A. as B. so C. but D. if

59. A. fine B. worried C. proud D. right

60. A. helped B. stopped C. moved D. remained

第II卷

第三部分 英語知識運用

第二節(10X0.5)

閱讀下面材料,在空白處填入適當的內容(不多于3個單詞)或括號內單詞的正確形式。

A tornado, _61 is a rotating column of air from a thunderstorm to the ground usually _62 (occur) in the US , _63 (affect) several US states greatly.

Hurricanes, which are strong tropical storms, usually _64 (strike)the east coast of the US from Texas to Maine, the _65 (bad) one of which caused 6,000 66_(die), and 67 (destroy) 3,6o0 buildings.

Here is a story about the worst hurricane. Charles Coghlan, a famous Irish actor, moved to Canada, then New York, and finally Galveston, 68 he died in 1899, a year before the hurricane came. In the hurricane , his cemetery was destroyed and his coffin ended up in the sea, which _69 (carry) by the Gulf Stream to his home on Prince Edward Island in the east of Canada eight years __70 (late).

第四部分 寫作

第一節單句改錯 (共5小題,每小題1分,滿分5分)

此題要求改正所給句子中的錯誤。

每句只有一個錯誤。若該句多一個詞,把多余的詞用(﹨)劃掉,在該行右邊橫線上寫出該詞,并用斜線劃掉。若該句缺一個詞,在缺詞處用一個漏字符號(∧),在該行右邊橫線上寫出該加的詞。若該句錯一個詞,在錯詞的下面劃一橫線,在該行右邊的橫線上寫出改正后的詞。

注意:不要改動原句的意思。

71. Paris is the capital and largest city of France, situating on the river Seine.

______________

72. Florence is an Italian city which became famous because the Renaissance.

______________

73.Every boy and every girl in our school are encouraged to join one or two clubs according to their hobbies. ________________

74. The report shows that we are making some progress but that what we need to make greater efforts.

________________

75. By the time it ended, more than 700 people have been killed.

________________

第二節:書面表達(共1題,滿分10分)

假設你是某中學新老師李紅,請你給你的朋友王剛寫一封信,告訴他你第一天上課的情況,主要內容如下:

⑴.描述一件課堂上令你印象深刻的事情;⑵介紹你處理該事的方式;⑶談談你的感想。

注意:⑴詞數100字左右。⑵可適當增加細節使行文連貫。⑶文中不得出現與本人及學校相關的任何真實信息。

參考答案

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73. are----is 74. 去掉what 75.have---had

參考范文:

Dear Wang Gang,

Long time no see ! I miss you very much! Now I am so excited that I can’t wait to share with you an unforgettable experience. I gave my first lesson today, which left me a deep impression.

Seeing a young teacher enter the classroom, my students began to make more noise. I stood on the platform, feeling embarrassed and not knowing what to do. Then I realized something must be done. I asked the kids whether they liked English songs. After taking a deep breath, I sang a song I had practised many times. To my surprise, all the kids were concentrating on my class later on.

How delighted I am now! Actually, whatever happens, we must stay calm first and then find a wise solution. Looking forward to your reply.