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2018 年九年级英语中考复习卷(1)

一、听力理解(本题共 15 小题,第一节每小题 1 分,第二、三节每小题 2 分,共计 25 分) 第一节:听小对话,从 A、B、C 三个选项中选出正确的选项,回答问题。
1. What time do they have dinner?
A. At 5:00 pm. B. At 5:30 pm. C. At 6:00 pm.
2. How many people will go on a trip to Beijing?
A. Three. B. Four. C. Five.
3. What will the boy do this afternoon?
A. Go shopping. B. Have a test. C. Prepare for the test.
4. Where is the bank?
A. Behind a white building.
B. In front of a white building.
C. Opposite a white building.
5. What’s the possible relationship between the two speakers?
A. Husband and wife. B. Mother and son. C. Teacher and student. 第二节:听长对话,从 A、B、C 三个选项中选出正确的选项,回答问题。 听下面一段较长对话,回答 6~7 两个问题。
6. How long will the speakers still need to walk?
A. For about 10 minutes. B. For about 20 minutes. C. For about 30 minutes.
7. How will they get to the West Lake?
A. By taxi. B. By bus. C. On foot.
听下面一段较长对话,回答 8~10 三个问题。
8. Whose car broken down?
A. Bill’s. B. Jane’s. C. Jerry’s.
9. Where will Jane go?
A. To the train station. B. To the cinema. C. To the airport.
10. When will Bill use his car?
A. Tonight. B. This afternoon. C. This morning.
第三节:听独白,从 A、B、C 三个选项中选出正确的选项,回答 11~15 五个问题。
11. Where does Lily work?
A. In a restaurant. B. In an underground station. C. In a clothes shop.
12. How much does she get a month?
A. 1, 080 dollars. B. 1, 800 dollars. C. 2, 800 dollars.
13. What does she do in the restaurant?
A. She cooks dishes.
B. She washes dishes and serves customers.
C. She cleans the tables.
14. How long has she worked there?
A. For eighteen years. B. For eighteen months. C. For eight months.
15. Does she like working in the restaurant?
A. I don’t know. B. Yes, she does. C. No, she doesn’t.
二、完形填空(本题共 15 小题,每小题 1 分,共计 15 分)
阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从每题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中选出最佳选项。
In the middle of the 20th century, there was a happy couple. However, five years      16  
they got married, a war broke out. The young husband joined the      17 and died in the war, leaving behind his wife and his son.
After the war, the mother and her son lived a    18     life. They often didn’t have enough food to eat. Still young and beautiful, the mother   19    to remarry and tried very hard to raise her son with the best possible care and education.
    20 , the son grew up and a chance came. He went to college in America. He studied hard there and finally became a NASA engineer. He lived a good life there. But he was so busy that he
    21 had time to go back to his home country to see his mother. Every time his mother wanted
    22 to go back to see her, he always said he was very busy and had all kinds of excuses.
    23 he often sent letters home, together with enough money for his mother to spend. However, Christmas after Christmas, New Year after New Year, he didn’t travel home to visit his mother, thinking his mother would live a happy life with the money     24     he sent her.
Some years later, the mother died and the son returned and organized a big 25 . His mother left behind a box 26 lots of money in it. She always placed it at the top of her bed. During the funeral, the son opened the box and suddenly burst into tears. He cried 27 , “Mum! Mum!”
Everyone looked at each other and then looked into the box. It was full of $100 bills and had a piece of paper, which read, “Son, I don’t need   28    money. I saved this money for you in case you need it one day. I    29    you a lot. Every time I hear a car passing by, I run out of the house but     30     isn’t my son. When will you come back?”
16. A. later B. since C. before D. after
17. A. army B. club C. party D. war
18. A. happy B. hard C. healthy D. wealthy
19. A. wanted B. decided C. refused D. started
20. A. Suddenly B. Luckily C. Actually D. Finally
21. A. often B. always C. hardly D. usually
22. A. him B. her C. it D. them
23. A. Although B. But C. And D. So
24. A. where B. when C. which D. who
25. A. meeting B. concert C. party D. funeral
26. A. with B. without C. for D. under
27. A. happily B. excitedly C. angrily D. sadly
28. A. some B. any C. much D. many
29. A. want B. miss C. hate D. see
30. A. it B. he C. that D. this
三、阅读理解(本题共 15 小题,每小题 2 分,共计 30 分)
阅读下面材料,从每题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中选出最佳选项。

31. How long is the park open each day?
A. 6.5 hours. B. 8 hours. C. 8.5 hours. D. 10 hours.
32. How much should a person pay for a 3-hour parking during public holidays?
A. £4.2 B. £5.2 C. £6.2 D. £7.2
33. How much should a driver pay 15 days after he parked on double yellow lines? A. £1200 B. £600 C. £80 D. £40
Stella loved to colour. She would colour for hours. The only problem was that her crayons were small and broken. Stella wanted some new crayons, but her mom told her that she had to use her pocket money to buy them.
Stella went to her piggy bank and counted her money. She didn’t have enough money. She needed $1.50 more. “Mum, are there anything I can do to earn some extra money?” asked Stella. “Why do you need extra money?” asked Mum. “There is a box of 100 crayons I want to buy,” said
Stella. Mum thought for a minute and said, “Well, you could pull the weeds(杂草)from the flower
beds. If you pull the weeds, I can give you fifty cents(美分).”
“I will still need $1.00 more,” Stella thought to herself. So she went to her neighbor and asked if she could walk their dogs. “That would be great!” said Mrs Johnson.
The next day after school, Stella went next door and took Mrs Johnson’s dogs for a walk. When Stella returned from walking the dogs, Mrs Johnson paid her $1.00. She had another surprise for Stella.
Mrs Johnson said she was cleaning out some closets(壁橱)and found a new box of 100
caryons she had bought before. Mrs Johnson never used them. She asked Stella if she would be interested in taking the box of 100 crayons.
“I would love them!” said Stella. “Thank you so much!”
Stella left Mrs Johnson’s house with $1.00 and a great new box of 100 crayons. Every time Stella coloured a picture, she always thought how lucky she was to walk Mrs Johnson’s dogs that day.
34. What is a piggy bank?
A. A bank near Stella’s home.
B. A bank which keeps pigs.
C. Something shaped like a pig and it is used to save money, especially coins.
D. A bank for pigs.
35. What did Mum tell Stella she could do for $0.50?
A. Pull weeds. B. Wash the dishes. C. Sweep the floor. D. Walk the dog.
36. Stella felt at the end of the story.
A. mad B. tired C. sad D. lucky
37. Which of the following is NOT true?
A. Stella paid $1.50 for the crayons.
B. Stella got the crayons without paying any money.
C. Stella got $0.50 from her money for pulling the weeds.
D. Stella got $1.00 from her neighbor for walking the dogs.
A boy in his early teens called a number and started to speak with his hand partially(部分地) over the phone. He wanted to change the tone(语气)of his voice. While all this was happening, a man who was working nearby, watched and listened with great interest to the conversation that
followed: “Lady, can you give me the job of cutting your lawn(草坪)?”
“I already have someone to cut my lawn.” answered the woman at the other end of the phone. “Lady, I will cut your lawn for half the price of the person who cuts your lawn now.”
“I’m very satisfied with the person who is cutting my lawn.”
The boy said, “Lady, I’ll even sweep the floor and the stairs of your house for free,” “No, thank you.”
With a smile on his face, the young boy thanked the lady and hung up the phone. The man then walked over to the boy and said: “I like your attitude(态度). I’d like to offer you a job.”
“No, thanks,” said the boy.
“But you’re looking for a job, aren’t you?”
“No, sir,” answered the boy. “I was just checking on my performance(表现)at the job I
already have. I am the one who cuts that lady’s lawn!”
38. The boy made a phone call and spoke in a strange way because .
A. he didn’t want the lady to hear his real voice
B. he didn’t like his voice
C. he wanted to get a new job
D. he played a joke with the lady
39. After the boy hung up the phone, he smiled because .
A. he could find another job
B. he didn’t mind the lady’s attitude
C. the man wanted to give him a new job
D. he got the answer he wanted
40. Which of the following is true?
A. The boy really wanted a job.
B. The man would like to offer the boy a job, because he thought the boy was very poor.
C. The boy was refused by the lady, so he was very sad.
D. The boy wanted to know what the lady thought of his job of cutting her lawn.
41. What’s the title of the passage?
A. A Boy Looking for a Job
B. A Conversation between a Boy and a Lady
C. Clever Way to Find the Truth
D. A Hard-working Boy
Millions of Chinese have been playing a mobile game called Travel Frog recently. You play as the “mother” of a frog who lives alone and enjoys traveling. You need to prepare food and tools for his trips. The frog will send you postcards while he is away.
The game’s popularity may have something to do with how lonely people are these days, according to the Xinhua News Agency. Many players
have said that the lonely frog is just like them. But playing with the frog helps them forget their loneliness for a short time.
Loneliness seems to be a common problem today. According to the Guardian, about 40 percent of American adults say they’re lonely. And in the UK, about one in five people in the country are “always or often lonely”, The telegraph reported.
This might be why the UK government declared(宣布)the country’s very first “Minister of
Loneliness”(孤独大臣)in January. The minister’s job is to find ways to help UK citizens feel less lonely. The minister’s office will provide more money for activities that connect people together.
This loneliness problem may be partly due to social media. When we see pictures of friends having
fun or posting selfie(s
自拍)without us, we may compare their “perfect” lives with our own and feel
inferior(较差的)and lonely.
But we should remember that no one is destined(注定)to be lonely. As UK poet John Donne once wrote, “No man is an island, entire of itself; every man is a piece of the continent(陆地), a part of the main.”
42. What do players do while playing Travel Frog?
A. Build houses for their frogs.
B. Prepare food and tools for their frogs’ trips.
C. Choose places for their frogs to travel.
D. Write postcards to their frogs.
43. According to the story, why is the game so popular?
A. Because it is well-designed.
B. Because it can be played on mobile phones.
C. Because people often feel lonely.
D. Because people have more spare time these days.
44. To deal with loneliness, the UK government .
A. designed the game Travel Frog
B. created the “Minister of Loneliness”
C. holds parties for people to get together
D. stopped people’s use of social media
45. What can we infer from the last paragraph?
A. Everyone is connected with others.
B. We should not compare ourselves to others.
C. It’s not fun to feel lonely.
D. No one should live alone.
四、词汇运用(本题共 15 小题,每小题 1 分,共计 15 分)
A. 用方框中所给单词或词组的适当形式填空,每词限用一次。

46. Your homework must before you leave school this afternoon.
47. We teenagers need at least eight sleep a night.
48. After a long rest, they felt much and continued their journey.
49. There are more than two students in that school.
50. Help to the dishes, boys and girls.
B. 根据短文内容和所给中文提示,在空白处写出单词的正确形式,每空限填一词。
When 51 (谈起)about “good people”, who first comes to your mind? Many Chinese might think of Lei Feng. In China, the young soldier is a symbol of the giving 52 (精神). People who act selflessly are sometimes referred to as “living Lei Feng”.
Born to a rural family in Hunan in 1940, Lei grew up poor. He became a soldier in 1960. But just two years later, the young man died 53 (以后)being hit on the head by a falling pole(杆 子).
    54 (在期间)his short life, he did not fight in any wars, nor did he achieve any world-changing accomplishments(成就). But he has been remembered as a 55  (全国的) hero.
Lei Feng gave his whole life to helping 56  (别人). He carried things for the elderly and gave food to children. He once gave all the money he had to the 57 (生病的)parents of a friend. He darned(缝补)pants and socks for his fellow soldiers and taught them how to read.
Lei Feng is not a “superman”, but a role model for every ordinary     58    (人). Being kind to others is something that everyone should try to do.
Lei Feng once wrote in his     59   (日记)that he wanted to be a “screw(螺丝钉)that never
rusts(生锈)”. This shows how humble(谦逊的)he was, although he did so many good deeds. According to Chairman Mao Zedong, Lei did more than just these good deeds --- he      60  
(服务)the people wholeheartedly throughout his life.
五、语法填空(本题共 10 小题,每小题 1 分,共计 10 分)
About ten years ago, a very 61 (success) businessman named Josh was traveling down a neighborhood street. He was going a little too fast in his new car.
Suddenly, a brick(砖头)hit his new car and      62      (break) the window. The angry driver
jumped out of the car, caught the kid 63  threw the brick and shouted, “What are you doing? That’s a new car and that window you broke is going to cost a lot of money.   64    did you do it?”
“I’m sorry for breaking your new car, but I didn’t know      65 else to do,” the young boy apologized. “I threw the brick      66 no one else would stop!”
    67 tears  on  his  face,  the  little  boy said,  “It’s  my  older  brother.  He  fell  out  of  his
轮椅). Would you please help me get him back into his wheelchair? He’s too heavy for
me      68 (lift) him up.” The driver was greatly moved. He quickly lifted the disabled(残疾的) boy back into the wheelchair and checked to see that he was going to be okay.
“You are a nice man. Thank you.” the little boy said. The businessman watched the little boy push the wheelchair down the sidewalk toward      69 (they) home.
This experience reminded him of an important message: “Don’t go through life so fast     70   someone has to throw a brick at you to get your attention.”
六、任务型阅读(本题共 5 小题,每小题 1 分,共计 5 分)
下面是一些关于安全方面的小建议,请认真阅读,并完成表格,每空填 1 至 3 个单词。
Always play in a safe place. A park is a safe place because there are no cars or trucks. But do not talk to strangers. Never go with a stranger into a car.
Before crossing the road, stop and look both ways. Look left, look right and look left again.
Medicines or pills can be dangerous. Never swallow any pills or medicine you find in the cupboard.
Don’t swim in the pool or river without adults. Wear a life jacket whenever you go out in a
boat. Even if you are not in the open sea and the water is not deep, you should have your life jacket on. It’s easy to fall out of a boat.
Do not put your head out of a car, bus or train. Many children have been killed by doing this.

七、书面表达(本题共 1 小题,每小题 20 分,共计 20 分)
76.  美国一所友好学校正在你校选拔优秀学生到美国进行为期一个月的交流学习,你非常想
去,但需要自己提交申请。请根据提示内容,写一封 80 至 100 词的自荐信。信的开头和结尾 已给出,不计入总词数。
性格、品质:善于交流,做事有条理,乐于助人 个人事迹:经常组织课外活动,总是尽最大努力帮助同学,深受同学喜爱。
Dear Mr. Blair,
My name is Wang Ming. I have heard that you are selecting students from our school to study in your school for a month.
I really hope I can join you.

Yours sincerely, Wang Ming

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