• 2015年高考真题 英语 (安徽卷)
单选题 本大题共15小题,每小题1分,共15分。在每小题给出的4个选项中,有且只有一项是符合题目要求。
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21. — Can you come to a party on Saturday, Peter?

— Oh, ______I'm already going out, I'm afraid.

Awhat a pity!

Bdon't ask!

Chow come?

Dso what?

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22. If you come to visit China, you will ______ a culture of amazing depth and variety.

Adevelop

Bcreate

Csubstitute

Dexperience

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23. ______ scientists haw learned a lot about the universe, there is much we still don't know.

AOnce

BSince

CThough

DUnless

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24. Just as I got to the school gate, I realized I ______ my book in the cafe.

Ahave left

Bhad left

Cwould leave

Dwas leaving

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25. A ship in harbor is safe, but that’s not ______ ships aw built for.

Awhat

Bwhom

Cwhy

Dwhen

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27. ______ the difference between the two research findings will be one of the worst mistakes you make.

AIgnore

BIgnoring

CIgnored

DHaving ignored

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26. I’m so ______ to all those volunteers because they helped my terrible day end happily.

Aspecial

Bsuperior

Cgrateful

Dattractive

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28. Some experts think reading is the fundamental skill upon______ school education depends.

Ait

Bthat

Cwhose

Dwhich

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29. It is reported that a space station ______ on the moon in years to come.

Awill be building

Bwill he built

Chas been building

Dhas been built

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32. It is lucky we booked a room, or we ______nowhere to stay now.

Ahad

Bhad had

Cwould have

Dwould have had

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31. They gave money to the old people's home either ______ or through their companies.

Alegally

Bsincerely

Cpersonally

Ddeliberately

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30. There is no need to tell me your answer now. Give it some ______ and then let me know.

Athought

Bsupport

Cprotection

Dauthority

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33. They believe that there are transport developments ______ that will bring a lot of changes for the better,

Aout of date

Bout of order

Caround the clock

Daround the comer

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34. ______ he once felt like giving up, he now has the determination to push further and keep on going.

AWhere

BAs

CIn case

DNow that

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35. — How is your table tennis these days? Still playing?

—______. I just don't seem to find the time these days.

AThat's right

BNo, not much

CThat's it

DDon’t worry

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阅读理解 本大题共4小题,每小题2分,共8分。阅读短文,完成下列小题。
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B

When her five daughters were young, Helene An always told them that there was strength in unity (团结). To show this, she held up one chopstick, representing one person. Then she easily broke it into two pieces. Next, she tied several chopsticks together, representing a family. She showed the girls it was hard to break the tied chopsticks. This lesson about family unity stayed with the daughters as they grew up.

Helene An and her family own a large restaurant business in California. However, when Helene and her husband Danny left their home in Vietnam in 1975, they didn't have much money. They moved their family to San Francisco. There they joined Danny's mother, Diana, who owned a small Italian sandwich shop. Soon afterwards, Helene and Diana changed the sandwich shop into a small Vietnamese restaurant. The five daughters helped in the restaurant when they were young. However, Helene did not want her daughters to always work in the family business because she thought it was too hard.

Eventually the girls all graduated from college and went away to work for themselves, but one by one, the daughters returned to work in the family business. They opened new restaurants in San Francisco and Los Angeles. Even though family members sometimes disagreed with each other, they worked together to make the business successful. Daughter Elisabeth explains, "Our mother taught us that to succeed we must have unity, and to have unity we must have peace. Without the strength of the family, there is no business."

Their expanding business became a large corporation in 1996, with three generations of Ans working together. Now the Ans' corporation makes more than $20 million each year. Although they began with a small restaurant, they had big dreams, and they worked together. Now they are a big success.

60. Helene tied several chopsticks together to show ______.

Athe strength of family unity

Bthe difficulty of growing up

Cthe advantage of chopsticks

Dthe best way of giving a lesson

61. We can I earn from Paragraph 2 that the An family ______.

Astarted a business in 1975

Bleft Vietnam without much money

Cbought a restaurant in San Francisco

Dopened a sandwich shop in Los Angeles

62. What can we infer about the An daughters?

AThey did not finish their college education.

BThey could not bear to work in the family business.

CThey were influenced by what Helene taught them.

DThey were troubled by disagreement among family members.

63. Which of the following can be the best title for the passage?

AHow to Run a Corporation

BStrength Comes from Peace

CHow to Achieve a Big Dream

DFamily Unity Builds Success

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阅读理解 本大题共4小题,每小题2分,共8分。阅读短文,完成下列小题。
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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。

A

Welcome to the Electronic Village to explore new ways of language teaching and learning.

Electronic Village Program (Thursday, June 18, 2015)

Nearpod

❖ 9:00 am to 10:00 am

❖ Room 501

Nearpod is a software program that creates a rich context (语境) for students to learn vocabulary. The presenter will show how to use it.

TEO

❖ 2:00 pin to 3:00 pm

❖ Room 502

Our students come from different backgrounds but have the same desire to learn on-line. The presenter will use examples from his first on-line class to explain how any teacher can begin teaching on-line with TEO.

Kahoot

❖ 10:30 am to 11:30 am

❖ Room 601

Kahoot software can be used to create grammar tests which can be graded on a network. It can provide students with instant feedback (反馈),  including reports about their strengths and weaknesses.

Prezi

❖ 3:30 pm to 4:20 pm

❖ Room 602

Uses of Prezi in listening and speaking courses draw students' attention to speaking more fluently. The presenter will show how students can use Prezi to confidently present on a variety of topics, including introducing family, friends, and hobbies.

56. Nearpod can be used to ______.

Aoffer grammar tests

Bteach listening on-line

Chelp vocabulary learning

Dgain fluency in speaking

57. If you want to improve your speaking skills, you can go to____________.

ARoom 501

BRoom 502

CRoom 601

DRoom 602

58. Which of the following can assess your grammar learning?

ANearpod.

BKahoot.

CTEO.

DPrezi.

59. A teacher who wants to learn on-line teaching ia expected to arrive by ______.

A9:00 am

B10:30 am

C2:00 pm

D3:30 pm

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阅读理解 本大题共4小题,每小题2分,共8分。阅读短文,完成下列小题。
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C

As Internet users become more dependent on the Internet to store information, are people remember less? If you know your computer will save information, why store it in your own personal memory, your brain? Experts are wondering if the Internet is changing what we remember and how.

In a recent study, Professor Betsy Sparrow conducted some experiments. She and her research team wanted to know the Internet is changing memory. In the first experiment, they gave people 40 unimportant facts to type into a computer. The first group of people understood that the computer would save the information. The second group understood that the computer would not save it. Later, the second group remembered the information better. People in the first group knew they could find the information again, so they did not try to remember it.

In another experiment, the researchers gave people facts to remember, and told them where to find the information on the Internet. The information was in a specific computer folder (文件夹). Surprisingly, people later remember the folder location (位置) better than the facts. When people use the Internet, they do not remember the information. Rather, they remember how to find it. This is called "transactive memory (交互记忆)"

According to Sparrow, we are not becoming people with poor memories as a result of the Internet. Instead, computer users are developing stronger transactive memories; that is, people are learning how to organize huge quantities of information so that they are able to access it at a later date. This doesn't mean we are becoming either more or less intelligent, but there is no doubt that the way we use memory is changing.

64. The passage begins with two questions to ______.

Aintroduce the main topic

Bshow the author's altitude

Cdescribe how to use the Interne.

Dexplain how to store information

65. What can we learn about the first experiment?

ASparrow's team typed the information into a computer.

BThe two groups remembered the information equally well.

CThe first group did not try to remember the formation.

DThe second group did not understand the information.

66. In transactive memory, people ______.

Akeep the information in mind

Bchange the quantity of information

Corganize information like a computer

Dremember how to find the information

67. What is the effect of the Internet according to Sparrow's research?

AWe are using memory differently.

BWe are becoming more intelligent.

CWe have poorer memories than before.

DWe need a better way to access information.

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阅读理解 本大题共4小题,每小题2分,共8分。阅读短文,完成下列小题。
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D

There are an extremely large number of ants worldwide. Each individual (个体的) ant hardly weigh anything, but put together they weigh roughly the same as all of mankind. They also live nearly everywhere, except on frozen mountain tops and around the poles. For animals their size, ants have been astonishingly successful, largely due to their wonderful social behavior.

In colonies (群体) that range in size from a few hundred to tens of millions, they organize their lives with a clear division of labor. Even more amazing is how they achieve this level of organization. Where we use sound and sight to communicate, ants depend primarily on pheromone (外激素), chemicals sent out by individuals and smelled or tasted by fellow members of their colony. When an ant finds food, it produces a pheromone that will lead others straight to where the food is. When an individual ant comes under attack or is dying, it sends out an alarm pheromone to warn the colony to prepare for a conflict as a defense unit.

In fact, when it comes to the art of war, ants have no equal. They are completely fearless and will readily take on a creature much larger than themselves, attacking in large groups and overcoming their target. Such is their devotion to the common good of the colony that not only soldier ants but also worker ants will sacrifice their lives to help defeat an enemy.

Behaving in this selfless and devoted manner, these little creatures have survived on Earth, for more than 140 million years, far longer than dinosaurs. Because they think as one, they have a collective (集体的) intelligence greater than you would expect from its individual parts.

68. We can learn from the passage that ants are ____________.

Anot willing to share food

Bnot found around the poles

Cmore successful than all other animals

Dtoo many to achieve any level of organization

69. Ants can use pheromones for______.

Aescape

Bcommunication

Cwarning enemies

Darranging labor

70. What does the underlined expression "take on" in Paragraph 3 mean?

AAccept.

BEmploy.

CPlay with.

DFight against.

71. Which of the following contributes most to the survival of ants?

ATheir behavior.

BTheir size.

CTheir number.

DTheir weight-

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阅读理解 本大题共4小题,每小题2分,共8分。阅读短文,完成下列小题。
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E

Food serves as a form of communication in two fundamental ways. Sharing bread or other foods is a common human tradition that can promote unity and trust. Food can also have a specific meaning, and play a significant role in a family or culture's celebrations or traditions. The foods we eat—and when and how we eat them—are often unique to a particular culture or may even differ between rural (农村的) and urban areas within one country.

Sharing bread, whether during a special occasion (时刻) or at the family dinner table, is a common symbol of togetherness. Many cultures also celebrate birthdays and marriages with cakes that are cut and shared among the guests. Early forms of cake were simply a kind of bread, so this tradition hits its roots in the custom of sharing bread.

Food also plays an important role in many New Year celebrations. In the southern United States, pieces of corn bread represent blocks of gold for prosperity (兴旺) in the New Year. In Greece, people share a special cake called vasilopita. A coin is put into the cake, which signifies (预示) success in the New Year for the person who receives it.

Many cultures have ceremonies to celebrate the birth of a child, and food can play a significant role. In China, when a baby is one month old, families name and welcome their child in a celebration that includes giving red-colored eggs to guests. In many cultures, round foods such as grapes, bread, and moon cakes are eaten at welcome celebrations to represent family unity.

Nutrition is necessary for life, so it is not surprising that food is such an important part of different cultures around the world.

72. According to the passage, sharing bread______.

Aindicates a lack of food

Bcan help to develop unity

Cis a custom unique to rural areas

Dhas its roots in birthday celebrations

73. What does the coin in vasilopita signify for its receiver in the New Year?

ATrust.

BSuccess.

CHealth.

DTogetherness.

74. The author explains the role of food in celebrations by______.

Ausing examples

Bmaking comparisons

Canalyzing causes

Ddescribing processes

75. What is the passage mainly about?

AThe custom of sharing food.

BThe specific meaning of food.

CThe role of food in ceremonies.

DThe importance of food in culture.

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完型填空 本大题共20小题,每小题 1.50分,共30分。
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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,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

In our modern world, when something wears out, we throw it away and buy a new one. The  36  is that countries around the world have growing mountains of  37  because people are throwing out more rubbish than ever before.

How did we  38  a throwaway society? First of all, it is now easier to  39  an object than to spend time and money to repair it.  40  modern manufacturing (制造业) and technology, companies are able to produce products quickly and inexpensively. Products are plentiful and  41 .

Another cause is our  42  of disposable (一次性的) products. As  43  people, we are always looking for  44  to save time and make our lives easier. Companies  45  thousands of different kinds of disposable products: paper plates, plastic cups, and cameras, to name a few.

Our appetite for new products also  46  to the problem. We are  47  buying new things. Advertisements persuade us that  48  is better and that we will be happier with the latest products. The result is that we  49  useful possessions to make room for new ones.

All around the world, we can see the  50  of this throwaway lifestyle. Mountains of rubbish just keep getting bigger. To  51  the amount of rubbish and to protect the  52 , more governments are requiring people to recycle materials.  53 , this is not enough to solve (解决) our problem.

Maybe there is another way out. We need to repair our possessions  54  throwing them away. We also need to rethink our attitudes about  55 . Repairing our possessions and changing our spending habits may be the best way to reduce the amount of rubbish and take care of our environment.

36.

Akey

Breason

Cproject

Dproblem

37.

Agifts

Brubbish

Cdebt

Dproducts

38.

Aface

Bbecome

Cobserve

Dchange

39.

Ahide

Bcontrol

Creplace

Dwithdraw

40.

AThanks to

BAs to

CExcept for

DRegardless of

41.

Asafe

Bfunny

Ccheap

Dpowerful

42.

Alove

Black

Cprevention

Ddivision

43.

Asensitive

Bkind

Cbrave

Dbusy

44.

Aways

Bplaces

Cjobs

Dfriends

45.

Adonate

Breceive

Cproduce

Dpreserve

46.

Aadapts

Breturns

Cresponds

Dcontributes

47.

Atired of

Baddicted to

Cworried about

Dashamed for

48.

Anewer

Bstronger

Chigher

Dlarger

49.

Apick up

Bpay for

Chold onto

Dthrow away

50.

Aadvantages

Bpurposes

Cfunctions

Dconsequences

51.

Ashow

Brecord

Cdecrease

Dmeasure

52.

Atechnology

Benvironment

Cconsumers

Dbrands

53.

AHowever

BOtherwise

CTherefore

DMeanwhile

54.

Aby

Bin favour of

Cafter

Dinstead of

55.

Aspending

Bcollecting

Crepairing

Dadvertising

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语法填空 本大题共10小题,每小题1分,共10分。把答案填写在题中横线上。
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阅读下面短文,根据所读内容在表格中的空白处填入恰当的单词。注意:每个空格只填一个单词。

Put a group of strangers in a room together, and they'll probably start a conversation. "Hot today, isn't it?" one might say. "You said it." another replies.

Why do we talk so much about the weather? When we meet new people, we don't begin by telling them our life story. We start with small talk, a polite conversation about something like traffic or weather.

Research suggests that small talk can build new friendships. When we begin conversations with new people, we want to feel comfortable, and so do they. We use small talk to find common interests. Once we have a common interest, a friendship can begin.

Small talk even helps people get hired. In order to impress at a job interview, you need to bond with the interviewer right away. Proper small talk can make that first impression get you the job.

So, how can you make small talk lead to a new friendship or job? First off, find common ground. Select something around you that you share with the other person.

Next, keep the conversation going. Compliment (赞美) the other person to make him or her feel comfortable, and ask questions to show interest.

Third, keep eye contact (接触). When you look people in the eye, they feel you appreciate what they are saying. It makes you appear honest and builds trust.

Naturally, shy people might not have enough confidence to start up conversations with strangers. Talking to someone you don't know is not the easiest thing to do! Some experts say with more practice, small talk does get easier.

Some people avoid small talk because they dislike discussing things like traffic or weather. For them, they are just too small. However, when you think about it, small talk is anything but small. In fact, it is actually a very big deal!

Title

Small Talk: A Big (76)____

Introduction

We are likely to make small talk when we (77)____ meet people.

(78)____

❖ Small talk can help people form (79)____ friendships.

❖ Small talk can also help people Ret a (80)____.

Advice

❖ Find some topics (81)____ with the other person.

❖ Keep the talk going by making compliments and (82)____ questions. ❖ Keep eye contact in conversation to build (83)____.

❖ (84)____ more in order to make small talk easier.

Conclusion

Small talk really (85)____ a lot to us.

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书面表达 本大题共25分。
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86. 某英文杂志正在举办以 "Fancy yourself as an interviewer" 为主题的征文活动,请你 以“A Famous Chinese I Would Like to Interview" 为题, 写一篇英语短文。

内容包括:

1. 采访的对象;

2. 采访的原因;

3. 想提的问题。

注意:

1. 词数120左右;

2. 可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;

3. 短文中不能出现与本人相关的信息;

4. 短文的标题已给出,不计人总词数。

AFamous Chinese I Would Like to Interview

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

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