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江西省2016中考英语真题

(时间:120分钟 满分:120分)

一、听力测试(25分)(略)

二、单项填空(8分)

请阅读下面各小题,从题中所给的ABCD四个选项中选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。(每小题1分,共8分)

28. Some old people need a _______ because they feel lonely.

A. gift                  B. stick                 C. pet                        D. watch

29. Last night, the shop was closed _______ she didn’t buy any chocolate.

A. so                   B. if                    C. or                   D. when

30. The water _______ dark and dirty. It’s no longer safe to drink.

A. became              B. has become          C. will become         D. was becoming

31. I didn’t do very well in this exam. Unluckily, he did it _______ .

A. worse                B. badly                C. better                D. worst

32. — May I speak to Mrs. Black?

— Sorry, mum can’t come to the phone now. She _______ a shower.

A. has                  B. had                 C. is having             D. was having

33. You _______ take me to the station. My brother’s taking me.

A. can’t                      B. mustn’t              C. shouldn’t           D. don’t have to

34. He won in the story competition and his parents were very _______ .

A. smart                B. proud               C. sorry                D. upset

35. I plan to build an unusual house. It _______ out of old things. 

A. is built               B. has built             C. was built            D. will be built

三、完形填空(27分)

A)请先阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从各小题所给的A BCD四个选项中选出可以填入相应空白处的最佳选项。(每小题1分,共15分)

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In the late 1970s, Erno Rubik, a professor was looking for a   40  way to teach his students about 3D objects. He    41    a six-color plastic object that would be called the Rubik’s Cube(魔方). The goal was to get each side of the cube a    42   color. It was very challenging. It took a few years for the toy to become popular, but then    43   , in 1982, it seemed everyone had one. People bought over a hundred million of the     44   . There were 50 books available that year offering solutions(解决办法). Then, just as suddenly as the craze(风尚)started, it   45   . By 1983, people were not interested in the Rubik’s Cube anymore, perhaps because so many people   46  

had one in their home.

In 2012, a South Korean musician named Psy released a song called “ Gangnam(江南)Style.” The music video shows Psy pretending(假装)to horse-ride while he is dancing. In six months, it became the first Youtube(一视频网站)video ever to reach a billion views(观看). Six months after that,   47  went on to reach two billion views. The song and video started a worldwide   48   
Craze. “Gangnam Style” had a huge influence on world popular culture. U.S. President Barack Obama and U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron even   49   the dance. “Gangnam Style” became less and less popular,     50   the “Korean Wave” of culture remains popular all over the world.

36. A. useful              B. popular             C. valuable             D. relaxing

37. A. Both           B. Someone           C. Something            D. None

38. A. Although     B. Whether            C. Before               D. When

39. A. invention     B. fad                 C. goal                        D. dream

40. A. creative        B. difficult             C. traditional            D. common

41. A. found        B. bought              C. invented             D. borrowed

42. A. strange       B. dark                C. bright                D. different

43. A. suddenly                                         B. slowly              C. exactly        D. seriously

44. A. videos                                           B. toys                 C. clothes        D. books

45. A. spread                                           B. appeared            C. ended         D. failed

46. A. already       B. hardly               C. especially            D. only

47. A. he           B. they                C. we                   D. it

48. A. food         B. dance               C. language             D. sport

49. A. depended on                                     B. tried out            C. gave up      D. put off

50. A. then                                             B. and                 C. but          D. so

36A. useful            B. Popular                  C. Valuable                 D. relaxing

B 请先阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后用方框中所给的词的适当形式填空,并写在答题卡的相应位置。每个词限用一次。(无需变形的为6小题,每小题1分;需要变形的为4小题,每小题1.5分。共12分。)

real    noisy   clean   after   work   be  area   traffic  also   live

 

Many people have cars in the city. But pollution is a problem because of the   51   . Nowadays some downtown(市中心)areas around the world don’t have cars. These car-free zones(无车区) are      

   52  for people, bicycles, and public transportation only.

Eight million people    53   in the center of London and another two million people go to work there every day. The downtown area is very   54   with hundreds of cars, buses, and taxis, but there are   55   a lot of beautiful parks with free music concert. At lunchtime, many people go there for a rest   56  they get off work.

Parts of Tokyo are always crowded with hundreds of people – but no cars! These modern car-free zones are    57   popular and people like shopping there.

In the past, Bogota was polluted because there   58   lots of cars and traffic. Now the downtown area is car-free zone and the air is   59   ! Many people don’t have a car and half a million people take the bus    60   . There are lots of stores. It’s not expensive.

 四、阅读理解(40分)

A)请阅读下面短文,根据短文内容从每小题所给的ABCD四个选项中选出最佳选项。(每小题2分, 30分)

A

 

 

 

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61. How much should we pay for the first skurfing lesson?

A.$15                   B.$30                     C.$45                      D.$60

62. Where can we learn music according to the ads above?

A. At Long Beach.                                B. At Skurfing Lessons.

C. At Art Attack Gallery.                           D. At State Theater Performing Arts Camp.

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A. 4th -13th July.                                B. 4th – 23rd August.

C. 24th July-2nd August.                         D. 14th July- 23rd August.

B

Carlton Joseph is a fashion designer(服装设计师), but not just any fashion designer. He appears on television, he writes books, and he owns his fashion house.

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Born in 1980, Carlton started designing clothes when he was eleven. His father owned a clothes store, and Carlton used to work there at the weekend. Then he did a design course at college.

When he was 21, someone suggested doing a TV program. He made his first show “Carlton’s Clothes” in 2004, and he wrote his first book in the same year. Since then he has written four more. Carlton got married to TV producer Susan Mills in 2005.

Three months ago, Carlton started his new company. He called it “Design Carlton”.

At work Carlton always wears black trousers and a blank coat, but at home, or when he goes out, he wears clothes with bright colors red, blue and yellow. He is especially crazy about new glasses, he buys a new pair every few weeks. “I like to look different every day,” he says.

Carlton started wearing glasses when he was twelve. He dyed(给……染色)his hair red when he was 18. It is still red, and this year, for the first time, he has grown a beard. “My wife likes it, that’s why” is his explanation. But his beard is black.

64. How old was Carlton when he wrote his first book?

A. 11                  B.21                   C. 24                  D. 25

65. What does the underlined word “it” refer to?

A. Carlton’s hair.                                 B. Carlton’s beard.

C. Carlton’s coat.                                D. Carlton’s company.

66. What is the main idea of paragraph 5?

A. Carlton likes to look different.

B. Carlton is a hardworking person.

C. Carlton is crazy about new glasses.

D. Carlton loves wearing colorful clothes.

67. Which of the following if true according to the passage?

A. Carlton is just a common fashion designer.

B. Carlton started his new fashion company in 2005.

C. Carlton made his first show after he got married to Susan.

D. Carlton got some design experience before going to college.

C

Have you ever wanted to see the Great Wall of China, or win an Oscar for Best Director, or swim with dolphins(海豚)? If so, you are not alone. We all have things we want to do or achieve. These are part of our “bucket lists”. A bucket is a list of things that someone wants to experience in his or her lifetimes. These things can be big or small. Have you ever thought about what is on your bucket list?

Lindsay, 15, created her bucket list when she was 14. She has given her list serious thought. “I’ve always wanted to travel into space,” she says. “I don’t really want to be an astronaut. But I do want to go to space as a tourist. I want to see the Earth from above.” Other things on her list include being on TV, seeing her favorite band in concert, learning how to speak Portuguese(葡萄牙语), and living in a foreign country. “I’ve always wanted to live in Brazil. As part of my bucket list, I want to attend Carnival(狂欢节)in the capital of Brazil,” she says.

Jose, 16, recently created a list of things he wants to achieve. It changes sometimes he adds and takes away things because he wants to keep the number of the things at seven. One thing has stayed at number one, though: he wants to visit a movie set(影视基地). He would like to see the Harry Potter of The Hobbit movie sets. Other things on the list include being on TV, meeting his favorite sports star, living in a foreign country, skateboarding down a mountain, attending the World Cup, and backpacking across Europe. He would like to spend学科网(www.zxxk.com)--教育资源门户,提供试卷、教案、课件、论文、素材及各类教学资源下载,还有大量而丰富的教学相关资讯! two months visiting Eastern Europe with his best friend Adam. “Maybe after I graduate from college,” says Jose.

Carrie, 14, also has a bucket list. She first created it when she was 12. She would like to live in a foreign country for at least two years. She also wants to learn as many foreign languages as possible. But the number one thing on her list is to see her favorite band in concert. She also wants to go on a trip and to visit a movie set. Her favorite movies are the Hunger Games and Star Wars. Carrie is confident she will do most or all of the things on her bucket list. “I’m only 14,” she学科网(www.zxxk.com)--教育资源门户,提供试卷、教案、课件、论文、素材及各类教学资源下载,还有大量而丰富的教学相关资讯! says, “I have my whole life ahead of me!”

68. What is No.1 at Lindsay’s bucket list?

A. Visiting a movie sat.              学科网(www.zxxk.com)--教育资源门户,提供试卷、教案、课件、论文、素材及各类教学资源下载,还有大量而丰富的教学相关资讯! B. Living in Brazil.

C. Traveling to space.                D. Seeing her favorite band.

69. Who is probably the most interested in sports according to his or her bucket list?

A. Lindsay.           B. Jose.           C. Adam.       D. Carrie.

70. What can we learn from the passage?

A. Lindsay and Carrie both love music.

B. Jose and Carrie are both space fans.

C. All the three teens wants to visit movie sets.

D. Jose and Adam hope to live in a foreign country.

71. What’s the main idea of the passage?

A. We should keep changing our bucket lists to meet our needs.

B. We must think about our bucket lists before they are created.

C. Our bucket lists can help us work towards achieving our goals.

D. Being confident is a key to our achievement on our bucket lists.

D

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However, tattoos are not modern. In fact, they are very old in human history. For example, archaeologists(考古学家)found a human in ice from 5,000 years ago. He had 57 tattoos on his back, ankles, legs, knees and feet. Tattoos were used for many different reasons. In ancient Egypt, people got tattoos because they were “beautiful”. But in ancient Rome, tattoos were negative(负面的)and put on criminals and prisoners. In India, tattoos were religious(宗教的).

In the 16th and 17th century, European sailors(船员)arrived on the islands of Polynesia. They saw tattoos for the first time. The people on the islands had tattoos on their shoulders, chests, backs and legs. Often the tattoos were of animals or natural features like a river or a mountain. The European sailors liked them and made their own tattoos, so the idea traveled to Europe. Tattoos in Polynesia are still important today. They show information about a person’s history, their island or their job.

So is there a connection (联系) between traditional tattoos and fashionable tattoos? And can you call tattoos a fashion? Chris Rainier is an expert in tattoos and his book Ancient Marks has photos of tattoos from all over the world. He thinks people in modern societies often have tattoos because they are a connection to the traditional world. But tattoos aren’t a fashion like clothes or a haircut because you can’t put them on and take them off again like a jacket or a hat. They are permanent(永久的)and for life.

72. When were tattoos brought to Europe?

A. 5,000 years ago.                                 B. 60 years ago.

C. Until recently.                                   D. In the 16th and 17th century.

73. What does the underlined word “parlors” mean?

A. School.            B. Stores.               C. Hospitals.        D. Theaters.

74. What’s the writer’s opinion about tattoos?

A. Tattoos are religious in modern societies.

B. Tattoos connect tradition with fashion.

C. Tattoos are a fashion among famous people.

D. Tattoos show information about a person’s hobby.

75. What would be the best title for the passage?

A. Tattoos' History.                               B. Tattoos in Polynesia.

C. Tattoos on a Human in Ice.                   D. Tattoos in Fashion and for Life

B 请先阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后根据短文内容从下面方框内的七个选项中,选择五个还原到文中,使短文意思通顺、结构完整。(每小题2分,共10分)

Humans’ Greatest Achievements

The Earth is 4.5 billion years old, but the human race has lived on it for just 200,000 years. In that short time, we have achieved some amazing things.

The list is almost endless. The invention of the airplane has changed our lives. The discovery of antibiotics(抗生素)has saved the lives of millions of people. Can you imagine living without electricity? What about the printing press(印刷术)? Without the printing press, you wouldn’t be reading this. In the last 50 years, there have been great achievements in communication, such as radio, TV, computers, the Internet, and smartphones(智能手机).    77   

What about the arts? The arts have brought pleasure to many people, but are the Beatles and Bach more important than antibiotics?   78 

Finally, we must not forget humans’ early achievements.  79  We can’t imagine modern life without cooked food and cars.

What are humans’ greatest achievements? To answer the question, we need to decide what we mean by “great”.   80   Or is it just something that makes us say “Wow,” like the Great Wall? What do you think?

A.     Do you think it is difficult to have great achievements?

B.      Is it something that makes us rich or happy or save lives?

C.      We enjoy these things every day because they are free to use.

D.     They used fire for cooking and heating and invented the wheel.

E.      Many of humans’ great achievements are in science and technology.

F.      And is Mickey Mouse as important an achievement as going to space?

G.     We could probably live without them, but life wouldn’t be as interesting.

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 


五、补全对话(5分)

请阅读下面对话,根据对话内容补上所缺的句子,使对话通顺、合理,意思完整。并将答案填到答题卡的学科网(www.zxxk.com)--教育资源门户,提供试卷、教案、课件、论文、素材及各类教学资源下载,还有大量而丰富的教学相关资讯!相应位置。(每空一句,每句1分,共5分)

R=Receptionist (宾馆接待员), J=Jack

R: Hello.    81  

J: Could you give us the room number of Mrs. Taylor, please?

R: Is she a guest here at the hotel?

J: Yes, she’s our English teacher.

R:    82  

J: She arrived yesterday.

R: Here we are …Room 602. Would you like me to call the room?

J: Yes, please. That would be great.

R:    83    She’s not in her room, I’m sorry.

J: Oh dear. I need to speak to her.

R: Why not look in the restaurant? It’s time for breakfast.    84  

J: I’ve been there already. She’s not there. And she’s not there. And she’s not in the gift shop, either.

R:    85  

J: Yes. Could you tell her to call me when she comes back?

R: Sure, no problem.

六、书面表达(15分)

书包伴我学习,伴我成长,某英文报以“My schoolbag”为题,举办中学生征文活动。请根据下列的图表信息,写一篇短文。内容包括:书包的外形特征、用途和书包背后的课业问题以及课余你期望做的事情。

提示:1、短文应包括图表中的全部信息,条理清楚,行文连贯,段落分明;[来源:__]

2、短文中不能出现真实的人名和地名;

3、词数不少于80,开头已给出,不计入总次数。

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My Schoolbag

I have a schoolbag.___________________________________________________________

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