总分为 120 分。考试时间 120 分钟。
2013 年 5 月
第一卷 (选择题，共 85 分)
>第一部分：听力(共两节，满分 20 分)
第一节（共 5 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 5 分） 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有一个小题，从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最 佳选项，并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后，你有 10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和 阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 1. What advice does the man give the woman? A. To have more food. B. To lose weight. C. To work out. 2. At what time does the conversation take place? A. 4:30. B. 5:00. C. 5:30. 3. How does the man prefer to go to work? A. By car. B. By bus. C. On foot. 4. Why does the man envy the woman? A. She does well in cooking. B. She often eats in the restaurant. C. She is highly successful in business. 5. What can we learn from the dialogue? A. The man admires her way of life. B. The man doesn’t like her way of life. C. The man has no idea of her way of life. 第二节（共 15 小题，每小题 1 分，满分 15 分） 听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题，从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个 选项中选出最佳选项。听每段对话或独白前，你将有时间阅读每个小题，听完后，每小题将 给出 5 秒钟的作答时间，每段对话或独白读两遍。 听下面一段材料，回答第 6 至 7 题。 6. What’s the man’s trouble? A. He has little money on him. B. He has just spent all his salary. C. He is too short for his girlfriend. 7. What will the man do? A. He will have dinner alone. B. He will watch a film with Jessie. C. He will go to the cinema with Melissa. 听下面一段材料，回答第 8 至 10 题。 8. Why does the man call the Airlines?
A. To change his flight. B. To confirm his flight. C. To get his flight information. 9. What information does the woman need from the man? A. Name and ticket price. B. Leaving date and destination. C. Time of arrival and flight number. 10. If the plane takes off at 7:00 in the evening, what time will the man have to be at the airport at the latest? A. 4:00 pm. B. 5:00 pm. C. 6:00 pm. 听下面一段材料，回答第 11 至 13 题。 11. Who is the woman? A. The man’s wife. B. The man’s friend. C. A sales assistant. 12. What does the man want? A. A pale yellow shirt. B. A cotton shirt. C. A white T-shirt. 13. How many different colours does the shirt recommended by the woman come in? A. 3. B. 4. C. 5. 听下面一段材料，回答第 14 至 16 题。 14. Where does the conversation most probably take place? A. At the Customs. B. At a government office. C. At the court. 15. What does the woman do for a living? A. A businesswoman. B. An accountant. C. A communicator. 16. Which of the following is NOT asked to show to the man? A. Passport. B. Flight ticket. C. Identification Card. 听下面一段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. What is the UN conference about? A. About New York. B. About world peace. C. About the UN secretary. 18. What does the hijacker demand to do? A. To see the President. B. To go to Los Angeles. C. To leave Kennedy International Airport. 19. Which of the statements is true according to the news report? A. The drugs were worth over five billion pounds. B. Illegal drugs were found in suitcases in a London flat. C. Seven cars and two trucks crashed on a Sweden bridge. 20. How long does the news broadcast last? A. 30 minutes. B. 32 minutes. C. 2 minutes. 第二部分: 单项填空（共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 分） 从四个选项（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。 21. After ________ careful consideration, they finally decided that each child will be offered ________ university education. A. the; a B. 不填; an C. a; an D. 不填; a 22. Almost 90% of the most popular video games contain violence, and ________ of it is extremely violent. A. nothing B. much C. none D. many
23. A modern stadium in that new town, ________ soon, will be an ideal place for people to have all kinds of sports in. A. completed B. to be completed C. bein g completed D. to have been completed 24. To some people, “spiritual health” is a very abstract concept, ______ many unexplainable elements. A. contained B. having contained C. being contained D. containing 25. We do not need to wait in line for hours for a ticket this year because we can use the website or hotline to ______ tickets and then pick them up at railway stations or ticket agencies. A. release B. relieve C. reserve D. review 26. In the year 2012, the African-American tech workforce reduced from 2.8 percent to 2.3 percent, while Asian tech employment saw a ________ small decrease from 4.6 percent to 4.2 percent. A. differently B. slightly C. narrowly D. similarly 27. —Was he still there when you were away to answer the phone? —There is no doubt about it, but he ________ soon afterwards. A. had left B. has left C. is leaving D. left 28. —So, tell me, how do you strike a balance between work and family as a working mother? —No matter how busy I am every day, I will _______ some time to be with my loved ones. A. set aside B. put away C. leave behind D. push back 29. Israel was created as a homeland for homeless Jews after World War II. However, the creation of Israel in ________ used to be Palestine left many Palestinians homeles s. A. what B. which C. where D. that 30. We should realize the fact that when you graduate from university, you are still not prepared for the possible situations ________ we may face in the working world. A. where B. when C. that D. what 31. —Was it because of his short-sightedness _______ he was turned down by the company? —No, it was because of his poor performance. A. when B. that C. what D. how 32. People love the convenience of bottled water, but if they ________ the problem it causes, they ________ try carrying water in a reusable steel container instead of plastic. A. realized; will B. had realized; will C. realized; would D. have realized; would 33. You know it’s love when all you want is that person to be happy, ________ you’re not part of their happ iness. A. even if B. as if C. if only D. if ever 34. —Believe it or not, I have met him before. —No kidding? ________ you’ve never mentioned it? A. What for B. How come C. How about D. What if 35. —Show me your permit, please. —Oh, it’s not in my pocket. It _________ . A. must have fallen out B. might fall out C. could fall out D. should have fallen out 第三部分 完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 20 分） 阅读下面短文，掌握其大意，然后从 36－55 各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中，
选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 Canadian smartphone maker Research In Motion (RIM), which makes the BlackBerry, says it’s back. The company is 36 to reclaim a market it once dominated by 37 two new devices. The last few years have been a painful time for the company as customers deserted its platform in 38 of newer and more 39 devices. This may be the company’s last chance to 40 a vital player in an increasingly crowded marketplace. Two brand new devices are perhaps a fresh 41 for a company that has seen its global market share 42 from 20 percent three years ago to just over 3 percent today. For BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins, it’s another chance to remake a faded 43 . “We have 44 been on a journey of transformation, not only a journey to transform our business and our brand, 45 one that I truly 46 transforms mobile communications into true mobile computing,” he said. The company promises the same 47 level of network security the BlackBerry is known for, 48 a fast new browser and a more intuitive operating system. The Z10 49 much like the touch-screen phones popularized by its competitors (竞争者), but the Q10 maintains the “qwerty” keyboard that has become BlackBerry’s trademark. Besides the technical and cosmetic (外观上的) updates, Heins says the company will no longer be called RIM or Research In Motion. “Our customers use a BlackBerry, our 50 work for BlackBerry and our shareholders are owners of BlackBerry. From today on, we are BlackBerry 51 in the world,” he said. Shareholders will be watching if customers 52 the new devices. The company’s stock has dropped as much as 90 percent in the last four years as it lost 53 to competitors. But company shares have doubled in the last four months as anticipation (预期) 54 for the new models. Analysts say the new devices could make or 55 a company, which many people praise for starting the technological revolution in smart-phones. 36. A. refusing 37. A. introducing 38. A. favor 39. A. popular 40. A. replace 41. A. record 42. A. lose 43. A. brand 44. A. specially 45. A. and 46. A. agree 47. A. high 48. A. except for 49. A. sounds 50. A. employees 51. A. however 52. A. adapt 53. A. land 54. A. dropped B. trying B. reviewing B. charge B. expensive B. react B. dilemma B. increase B. trade B. definitely B. or B. believe B. average B. regardless of B. smells B. consumers B. whenever B. adjust B. ground B. changed C. urging C. rejecting C. honor C. complicated C. remain C. end C. rise C. technique C. doubtfully C. but C. suspect C. backward C. apart from C. looks C. relatives C. nowhere C. adopt C. soil C. remained D. pretending D. discovering D. defense D. familiar D. reset D. start D. fall D. phone D. essentially D. so D. deny D. normal D. along with D. finds D. competitors D. everywhere D. advocate D. earth D. grew
55. A. desert
第四部分: 阅读理解 （每小题 2 分，共 15 小题，满分 30 分） 请认真阅读下列短文, 从短文后各题所给的 A、 C、 四个选项中, 选出最佳选项, 并 B、 D 在答题纸上将该项涂黑。 A Surviving treasures from the National Museum of Afghanistan
CROSSROADS OF THE ANCIENT WORLD 3 MARCH — 3 JULY 2013
At the heart of the silk road, Afghanistan linked the great trading routes of ancient Iran, Central Asia, Indian and China, and the more distant cultures of Greece and Rome. Nearly lost during the years of civil war and later Taliban (塔利班) rule, precious objects that reveal this diverse past were bravely hidden in 1989 by officials from the National Museum of Afghanistan to save them from destruction. The surviving treasures date from 2000 BC to the 1st century AD and included rich gold ornaments (装饰品) found at a burial site and limestone (石灰石) sculptures of a Greek city. This is a unique opportunity to discover the story of Afghanistan’s ancient culture, its immense fragility, and the remarkable dedication (奉献) shown to its survival and protection. DETAILED INFORMATION OPENING HOURS The exhibition is open late on Fridays until 20:30. ￡10, members free EXHIBITION AND EVENTS BOOKING www.britishmuseum.org 020 7323 8181 MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR VISIT ﹡On weekdays, take advantage of a classic afternoon tea package in the Court Restaurant for just ￡26 (including exhibition ticket). ﹡The exhibition catalogue (￡25 paperback) and other related titles are available in the museum shops or online at www.britishmuseum.org/shop. ﹡The exhibition Multimedia Guide (￡1) is available at the exhibition entrance. ﹡If you are visiting with a group, ask for the group ticket price. Details on group lecture packages are available at www.britishmuseum.org/groupvisits. SPECIAL EVENTS ﹡Nowruz Monday 18 March, 17:30. Nowruz, or New Year, is celebrated in many countries from Afghanistan and Iran to Uzbekistan. 17:30~18:00 Entrance to exhibition. 19:00 Talks and discussion on Nowruz. ￡15 (including exhibition entry).
﹡Performance: The art of the Afghan rubab. Tuesday 14 May, 16:30~17:30. Afghan rubab virtuoso Soudi Homayun Sakhi and tabla player Yusuf Mahmoud give a performance of a full raga and folk pieces. ￡5, members ￡3. ﹡Easter holiday activities Thursday 18 ~ Monday 22 April,11:00~16:00. Explore the rich culture of Afghanistan. Listen to stories of Alexander the Great, try making a kite and be inspired by the treasures from the Hill of Gold. Suitable for all ages. Free, just drop in. 56. If you ar rive at the museum on April 20th, what can you enjoy? A. Near Year celebration. B. Performance: The art of the Afghan rubab. C. Easter holiday activities. D. The exhibition without any special events. 57. When seeing “The art of the Afgahan rubab”, a tourist can pay less by ________. A. booking tickets online B. attending talks and discussion on Nowruz C. calling at 020 7323 8181 D. becoming a member of the British Museum 58. Which of the following statements is true? A. Of all the special events Performance costs least. B. Museum officials saved these objects from destruction. C. The Multimedia Guide is offered to visitors without any charge. D. You can learn details about group visit either on website or by phone. 59. Where can you most probably find this passage? A. In a high school text book. B. In a history magazine. C. In a state-owned newspaper. D. In a traveler’s booklet. B I began writing poems fifteen years ago while I was in college. One day I was in the library, working on a term paper, when I came across a book of contemporary poetry. I don’t remember the title of the book or any of the titles of the poems except one: “Frankenstein’s Daughter.” The poem was wild, almost rude, and nothing like the rhyme-and-meter poetry I had read in high school. I had always thought that poetry was flowery writing about sunsets and walks on the beach, but that library book contained direct and sometimes shocking poetry about dogs, junked cars, rundown houses, and TVs. I checked the book out, curious to read more. Soon afterward, I started filling a notebook with my own poems. At first I was scared, partly because my poetry teacher, to whom this book is written for, was a serious and strict man who could see the errors in my poems. Also, I realized the seriousness of my devotion. I gave up geography to study poetry, which a good many friends said offered no future. I ignored them because I liked working with words, using them to reconstruct the past, which has always been a source of poetry for me. When I first studied poetry, I was single-minded. I woke to poetry and went to bed with poetry. I memorized poems, read English poets because I was told they would help shape my poems, and read classical Chinese poetry because I was told that it would add clarity t o my work. But I was most taken by the Spanish and Latin American poets, particularly Pablo Neruda. My favorites of his were the odes ― long, short-lined poems celebrating common things like tomatoes, socks and scissors. I felt joyful when I read these odes, and when I began to write my own poems, I tried to remain faithful to the common things of my childhood — dogs, alleys (小巷), my baseball mitt (手套) and the fruit of the valley, especially the orange. I wanted to give these things
life, to write so well that my poems would express their beauty. I also admired our own country’s poetry. I saw that our poets often wrote about places where they grew up or places that impressed them deeply. James Wright wrote about Ohio and West Virginia, Philip Levine about Detroit, Gary Snyder about the Sierra Nevadas and about Japan, where for years he studied Zen Buddhism (禅宗佛教). I decided to write about the San Joaquin Valley, where my hometown, Fresno, is located. Some of my poems are absolute observations and images of nature — the orange yards, the Kings River, the Sequoias (红杉). I fell in love with the valley, both its ugliness and its beauty, and quietly wrote poems about it to share with others. 60. What does the passage mainly talk about? A. The author’s experiences with poetry. B. The author’s method of writing poetry. C. The author’s appreciation of poetry. D. The author’s interest in studying poetry. 61. From the first paragraph, we can learn that ________. A. “Frankenstein’s Daughter” was a flowery poetry B. the author was able to memorize most poems he read C. the author began to get in contact with poetry of different styles D. the author was curious to read more of rhyme-and-meter poetry 62. Which of the following would the author most probably write about in his poem? A. Moving love stories in history. B. Observations of classical poems. C. True feelings of human friendship. D. Appreciation of wild valley flowers. 63. Which of the following is true according to the passage? A. The author’s friends all encouraged him to give up geography to poetry. B. The author became devoted to poetry because of his teacher’s strictness. C. The author loved to find sources of poetry from nature and from the past. D. Spanish and Latin American poems influenced the author as much as Chinese ones. C Global Positioning Systems are now a part of everyday driving in many countries. These satellite-based systems provide turn-by-turn directions to help people get to where they want to go. But they can also cause a lot of problems, sending you to the wrong place or leave you completely lost. Many times, the driver is to blame. Sometimes a GPS error is responsible. Most often, says Barry Brown, it is a combination of the two. Barry Brown is with the Mobile Life Centre in Stockholm, Sweden. The center studies human-computer interaction, or HCI, especially communications involving wireless devices. We spoke to Mr Brown by Skype. He told us about an incident involving a friend who had flown to an airport in the eastern United States. There he borrowed a GPS-equipped car to use during his stay. Barry Brown: “And they just plugged in an address and then set off to their destination. And, then it wasn’t until they were driving for thirty minutes that they realized they had put in a destination back on t he West Coast where they lived. They actually put their home address in. So again, the GPS is kind of “garbage in garbage out”. Mr Brown says this is a common human error. But, he says, what makes the problem worse has to do with some of the shortcomings, or failures, of GPS equipment. Barry Brown: “One problem with many GPS units is they have a very small screen and they just tell you the next turn. Because they just give you the next turn, sometimes that means that it is not really giving you the overview that you would need to know that it’s going to the wrong
place.” Barry Brown formerly served as a professor with the University of California, San Diego. While there, he worked on a project with Eric Laurier from the University of Edinburgh. The two men studied the effects of GPS devices on driving by placing cameras in people’s cars. They wrote a paper based on their research. It is called “The Normal, Natural Troubles of Driving with GPS.” Barry Brown: “One of the things that struck us, perhaps the most important thing was that you have to know what you’re doing when you use a GPS. There are these new skills that people have developed. T here are these new competencies that you need to have to be able to use a GPS because they sometimes go wrong.” Barry Brown says this goes against a common belief that GPS systems are for passive drivers who lack navigational (导航) skills. “The Normal, Natural Troubles of Driving with GPS ” lists several areas where GPS systems can cause confusion for drivers. These include maps that are outdated, incorrect or difficult to understand. They also include timing issues related to when GPS commands are given. Barry Brown says to make GPS systems better we need a better understanding of how drivers, passengers and GPS systems work together. 64. What is the best title for this passage? A. Is GPS system reliable to use? B. What is the use of GPS? C. How to make the most of GPS? D. Blame! GPS or Passengers? 65. What is the implication of the underlined part? A. GPS is just a garbage device. B. GPS will not correct human errors. C. GPS adjusts your wrong destination. D. GPS is just as smart as human beings. 66. Which is NOT mentioned as a GPS shortcoming in the passage? A. Small screen. B. Timing of commands. C. Outdated maps. D. Dear cameras GPS uses. 67. According to the passage, people commonly believe that ________. A. you have to know where to go when using GPS B. you need to have new competencies to use GPS well C. GPS is proper for drivers with little sense of direction D. GPS is fit for people having good understanding of maps D Facebook ― A Social Network Website Most young people know that Facebook is a free access to Internet social networking websites popular among teenagers and adults, too. It was founded by a Harvard University student named Mark Zuckerberg and launched on Feb 4, 2004. Initially, it was intended only as a networking site for Harvard’s campus community, providing a handy tool to help everyone on campus ― students, faculty, and other staff ― get to know each other. Almost immediately, it expanded to include Stanford, Columbia, and Yale Universities, and then several more Ivy League Schools (常青藤学校). Now, Facebook has developed into a vast social network for anyone over the age of 13, with more than 65 million active users. As the name suggests, faces are an integral (必需的) part of the website, and of social networking, too, one could say. Facebook.com is the top Internet site for uploading photos, with
14 million photos uploaded every day! People continue to expand their personal profiles with photos, though a feature that allows blogging was soon added to the site. Some of the other features now include a Marketplace site, allowing users to post free classified ads. Similarly, under other network headings, people can let others know about events and post videos. There is even a way to send friends virtual “gifts” — such as a happy face balloon, heart-shaped boxes of virtual chocolates, and dog bones from Facebook’s virtual gift shops! In this way, Facebook has increased in popularity and broadened its usership, and it has increased its value for the owner. So far, Zuckerberg has declined to sell his site (competitor networking site MySpace.com was sold to News Corp) even though he has received offers of up to a billion dollars! But sometimes success can lead to a downfall of sorts! Facebook is not without controversy. Ironically (具有讽刺意味的是), at least one university has blocked access to the site, saying that logging onto Facebook violates its acceptable use policy. The government of Ontario blocked access to the site for its public employees in 2007. Privacy is a big problem. In some cases, the identities of people, such as those involved in crimes as victims, are released to the public through posts on such sites, even before the permission of the police. There are instances of embarrassing or even unlawful materials being posted, resulting in real damages to people’s reputations, sometimes with tragic results. Moreover, as some people have become more and more interested in chatting with their new online friends, their real-life relationships have suffered. Psychologists are seeing an increase in problems among people who are addicted to such sites. Criticisms against the use of these social networking sites are now occurring, and once-devoted fans of sites like Facebook are committing “Facebook Suicide” ― saying virtual goodbye to their virtual friends and returning to their real life and enjoying the real warmth and rewards that only face-to-face friendship can offer. 68. What’s the initial purpose of founding Facebook? A. To develop it into a vast social network. B. To provide a free access to Internet websites. C. To help people get to know each other easily. D. To offer a study tool for everyone on campus. 69. What is the author’s major concern about Facebook? A. Addicts returning to “real-life” friendship. B. Crime victims suffering from tragic results. C. Devoted fans committing “Facebook Suicide”. D. Personal information leaking through Facebook. 70. Which of the following words can best describe the author’s attitude? A. Objective. B. Ironical. C. Optimistic. D. Doubtful.
第五部分 任务型阅读（共 10 小题，每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） 请认真阅读下面短文，并根据所读内容在文章后表格中的空格里填上一个最恰当的单 词。注意：请将答案写在答题纸上。 Imagine living in a country torn by war. Or maybe you live in a place where there are few jobs and little chance to earn a living. Your family decides to move — not to another town, but to another country. You and your family have become immigrants. People are called immigrants when they move to a foreign country to make their homes. People become immigrants for many reasons. The most common one is economic
opportunities. Most immigrants are attracted to other countries by the promise of jobs, farmland, or business opportunities. Other people become immigrants in order to get away from mistreatment or natural disasters. They are refugees (难民). Some refugees move to avoid wars and political unrest. Others are seeking freedom to express their religious views. Still others are uprooted by disasters, such as terrible flooding or drought. Some people have become immigrants against their will. Captured in Africa, shipped to foreign lands and forced to work as slaves, many early African immigrants to North and South America came in chains. Except for Native Americans, all people came to the United States from someplace else. For nearly 500 years, immigrants have landed on America’s shores seeking a better life. Throughout American history, immigrants often worked low-paying, dangerous jobs that other people refused to do. Immigrants from around the world helped shape American life. Many immigrants absorbed the customs and language common to most Americans. They also brought their own traditions, including music and foods. Over time, many of these traditions have become part of American life. The first European immigrants to America hoped to colonize (使成为殖民地) new lands. By the mid-1500s, Spaniards had ventured into Florida, California, and the American Southwest. French immigrants arrived in the early 1600s and built their first colony in Canada. The English also arrived in the early 1600s. They established 13 colonies along America ’s Atlantic Coast. In the 1700s, England became the major power in colonial North America. But many European immigrants came to live in the English colonies. They included people from Sweden, Holland, Germany, Scotland, and Ireland. Immigrants still come to the United States seeking freedom and economic opportunities. Most new immigrants no longer come from Europe. They come mainly from Central and South America, the Caribbean, and Asia. Today, the U.S. government limits the number of immigrants into the country each year. People who sneak illegally into the United States are called illegal immigrants, who, if caught, would be sent back to their home countries. Key Points (71) ▲ Detailed Information Immigrants are those who move to a foreign country to make their homes. ? Most people come for (72) ▲ opportunities, such as good jobs, farmlands, or business opportunities. ? Some move to the US to (73) ▲ from wars or disasters. ? Some people immigrate in (74) ▲ of religious freedom. ? Some people have become immigrants (75) ▲ , like many early African immigrants. ? French immigrants (76) ▲ Canada in the early 1600s and built their first colony there. ? The English also arrived in the early 1600s and (77) ▲ up thirteen colonies along America’s Atlantic Coast. ? In the 1700s, European immigrants came to live in the English colonies, (78) ▲ people from Sweden, Holland and etc. ? (79) ▲ from the past, the origins of most new immigrants are
mainly Central and South America, the Caribbean, and Asia, instead of Europe. ? The US government sets (80) ▲ on the number of immigrants into the country each year. Illegal immigrants, if caught, would be sent back to their home countries. 第六部分 书面表达 （25 分） 根据新闻报道， 每年全国在餐馆里被倒掉的食物估计可养活 2 亿人。 中国开展了 “光盘” 运动。请以“Against Food Waste”为题，用英语写一篇短文。短文应包含以下内容： 1. 中国人热情好客的传统 就餐浪费现象产生的原因 2. ?? 1. 提高公众珍惜食物的意识 光盘运动的意义 2. ??
结合自身实际，谈谈自己的做法 注意： 1. 2. 3. 4.
（至少提出 2 个做法）
陈述所给要点，可适度发挥，但不要简单翻译。 词数 150 左右。开头已经写好， 不计入总词数。 作文中不得提及有关考生个人身份的任何信息，如校名、人名等。 参考词汇：好客 hospitality；打包 make a doggie bag Against Food Waste According to reports, the leftovers in restaurants across the country are almost enough to feed 200 million people annually. Therefore, China has taken on a national campaign “Eat up all on the Plates”. ▲ ▲ ▲ ▲
2012~2013 学年度苏锡常镇四市高三教学情况调研（二） 英语参考答案
一、听力测试： 1~5 CAABA 二、单选填空： 21~25 DBBDC 三、完形填空： 36~40 BAAAC 四、阅读理解： 56~60 CDBDA 五、任务型阅读：71. Definition
6~10 ACBBB 26~30 DDAAC 41~45 DDABC 61~65 CDCAB 72. economic
11~15 CBCAB 31~35 BCABA 46~50 BADCA 66~70 DCCDA 73. escape/hide 76. reached 80. limits
74. search 77. set/built
75. passively/unwillingly 78. including 79. Different
六、书面表达： One possible version: According to reports, the leftovers in restaurants across the country are almost enough to feed 200 million people annually. Therefore, China has taken on a national campaign “Eat up all on the Plates” . It is a tradition for most people in China to entertain their guests with more than enough food, believing that they have not satisfied their guests if there is no food left on the table, which they think is a good way to show their hospitality. They thin k they will be looked down upon if they make a doggie bag of the leftovers. As a result, restaurant trashcans are often found full of leftover foods, with full plates untouched. The “Eat up all on the Plates” campaign is intended to reduce the waste and raise people’s awareness. It has been warmly welcomed with positive responses. As middle school students, we should do our bit to say “No” to food waste, and try to develop the habit of never ordering or cooking more than what we need so as to save our limited food resources, on which we depend for a better life.
一、内容要点 1. 热情好客的传统（4 分）和其它产生浪费的原因 (5 分) 2. 提高公众珍惜食物资源的意识（4 分）和其它意义(5 分) 3. 提出自己的观点和至少两个建议(7 分) 二、评分细则 1. 评分要素：内容要点、应用词汇、语法结构、上下文的连贯性及语言的得体性。 2. 内容要点错漏、时态语态、句子结构错误为大错，其余为小错，3 个小错作 1 个大错， 同类错误不重复扣分。 3. 通读短文，划出大错，点出小错，结合对全文的综合印象确定所属档次。 4. 词数少于 130 或多于 170 扣除 2 分。 5. 英、美拼写和词汇用法均可接受。 6. 如书写较差，以至影响交际，将分数降低一个档次。 7. 内容要点可用不同方式表达，对紧扣主题的适当发挥不予扣分。 三、各档次的给分范围和要求 第五档(很好) (21-25 分) 1. 完全完成了试题规定的任务。
2. 覆盖所有内容要点。 3. 应用了较多的语法结构和词汇。 4. 语法结构或词汇有些许错误，但为尽力使用较复杂结构或较高级词汇所致，具备较强的 语言运用能力。 5. 有效地使用了语句间的连接成分，使全文结构紧凑。 6. 完全达到了预期的写作目的。 第四档(好) (16-20 分) 1. 完全完成了试题规定的任务。 2. 虽漏掉 1、2 个次重点，但覆盖所有主要内容。 3. 应用的语法结构和词汇能满足任务的要求。 4. 语法结构或词汇方面应用基本准确， 些许错误主要是因尝试较复杂语法结构或词汇所致。 5. 应用简单的语句间的连接成分，使全文结构紧凑。 6. 达到了预期的写作目的。 第三档(适当) (11-15 分) 1. 基本完成了试题规定的任务。 2. 虽漏掉一些内容，但覆盖所有主要内容。 3. 应用的语法结构和词汇能满足任务的要求。 4. 有一些语法结构或词汇方面的错误，但不影响理解。 5. 应用简单的语句间的连接成分，使全文内容连贯。 6. 整体而言，基本达到了预期的写作目的。 第二档(较差) (6-10 分) 1. 未恰当完成试题规定的任务。 2. 漏掉或未描述清楚一些主要内容，写了一些无关内容。 3. 语法结构单调、词汇项目有限。 4. 有一些语法结构或词汇方面的错误，影响了对写作内容的理解。 5. 较少使用语句间的连接成分，内容缺少连贯性。 6. 信息未能清楚地传达给读者。 第一档(差) (1-5 分) 1. 未完成试题规定的任务。 2. 明显遗漏主要内容，写了一些无关内容，原因可能是未理解试题要求。 3. 语法结构单调、词汇项目有限。 4. 较多语法结构或词汇方面的错误，影响对写作内容的理解。 5. 缺乏语句间的连接成分，内容不连贯。 6. 信息未能传达给读者。 不得分 （0 分） 未能传达给读者任何信息：内容太少，无法评判；写的内容均与所要求内容无关或所写内容 无法看清。
这是 2013 年苏锡常镇四市高三教学情况调查（二）英语试卷听力部分，该部分分为第 一第二两节。注意，回答听力部分时，请先将答案标在试卷上，听力部分结束后，你将有两 分钟的时间将你的答案转涂到答题卡上。
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听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有一个小题，从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最佳选 项，并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后，你有 10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读 下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 (叮咚铃声) Text 1 M: Another piece of cake? W: No, thanks. I’m trying to take off a couple of pounds. M: Aw, come on! You can exercise to do that.
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Text 2 W: Oh, no. It’s five o’clock already and I haven’t finished typing these letters. M: Don’t worry. That clock has gained half an hour. You still have time to do them.
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Text 3 W: If I were you, I’d take the bus to work. Driving in that rush-hour is terrible. M: But, you know, by the time the bus gets to my stop, there aren’t any seats left. Text 4 M: Wow, I really envy you, Shelly. W: Well. It’s for business. In fact, I’m sick and tired of restaurant food. Sometimes I just want a home-cooked meal.
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Text 5 M: I’ m fascinated by Ms Field these days. W: Why?
M: Look at the way she handles her life. I mean, she’s got four kids, teaches six classes and somehow she does them all.
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第二节 听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题，从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项 中选出最佳选项。听每段对话或独白前，你将有时间阅读每个小题，听完后，每小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间，每段对话或独白读两遍。
听下面一段材料，回答第 6 至 7 题，现在你有 10 秒种的时间来阅读这两个小题。
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Text 6 M: Hey Jessie! Can you lend me some money? I’m a little short of cash, and I’d like to take Melissa to dinner and a movie. W: How can you be short? You just got paid! OK, here’s twenty bucks. If you ask me, I’d say Melissa’s too short for a tall guy like you. M: Come on! Height doesn’t matter! She has a heart of gold.
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听下面一段材料，回答第 8 至 10 题。现在你有 15 秒种的时间来阅读这三个小题。
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Text 7 W: United Airlines. Can I help you? M: Hello. I’d like to reconfirm my flight, please. W: May I have your name and flight number, please? M: My name is Daniel Adams and my flight number is 374. W: When are you leaving? M: On May 11th. W: And your destination? M: Ottawa. W: Hold the line, please. (...) All right. Your seat is confirmed, Mr Adams. You’ll be arriving in Ottawa at 4 o’clock pm, local time. M: Thank you. Can I pick up my ticket on the day I check in? W: Yes, but please check in at least two hours before departure time.
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听下面一段材料，回答第 11 至 13 题。现在你有 15 秒种的时间来阅读这三个小题。
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Text 8 W: May I help you, sir? M: Yes, please. I’m looking for a cotton shirt. W: Any particular colour? M: Not really. W: How about this one? M: I like the design, but don’t particularly care for the colour. Do you have that in other colours? W: Well, they come in white, pale yellow, purple, red and green. Will a white one do? M: Yes. I prefer white, and may I see a pale yellow one as well? W: Why, of course. Let’s see... White... Pale yellow. Here you are, sir.
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听下面一段材料，回答第 14 至 16 题。现在你有 15 秒种的时间阅读这三个小题。
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Text 9 M: Good evening. Where are you from? W: Shanghai, China. M: May I have your passport and Form I-94, please? W: Here you are. M: So you’re here on business or for pleasure? W: Pleasure. I’m visiting my relatives. M: How long are you going to stay in this country? W: Three weeks. M: What’s your occupation? W: I work as an accountant for a telecommunications company. M: Do you have a return ticket? W: Yes, here it is. M: That’s fine. Thanks. Enjoy your trip. W: Thank you.
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听下面一段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题。现在你有 20 秒种的时间来阅读这四个小题。
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Text 10 Here are the news headlines at five thirty. The United Nations Conference on World Peace opened this morning in New York. The conference was opened by the UN secretary General who said that man had to choose between peace and war. An American airliner has been hijacked on a flight from Los Angeles to New York. The hijack took place at eleven thirty this morning. The hijacker, whose identity is not known, has demanded to see the American President. The plane is at present at Kennedy International Airport in New York, where it has been surrounded by the police. The largest quantity of illegal drugs ever was found in a London flat yesterday. A police spokesman said that the drugs were hidden in suitcases. He said the value of the drugs was well over five million pounds. Reports are coming in of a major accident in southern Sweden. The reports say that this afternoon a ship crashed into a bridge. Seven cars and two trucks are said to have fallen into the water from the bridge. We hope to have more details in our next news broadcast. Those are the headlines, and now at five thirty-two, it’s back to Alice and Rock of Ages.
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