2013 年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试（重庆卷） 英语高考模拟调研卷（七） 一、听力（共三节，满分 30 分） 做题时，先将答案划在试题卷上。录音内容结束后，你将有两分钟的时间将试题卷上的 答案转涂或转填到答题卡上。 第一节（共 5 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 7.5 分） 请听下面 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
在试题卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后，你都有 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。 例：How much is the shirt? A．? 19.15. B．? 9.15. C．? 9.18. 答案选 B. 1． How long did the man probably sleep last night? A．Five hours. B．Six hours. C．Seven hours. 2． What are the two speakers talking about? A．The woman?s new dress. B．The woman?s sister. C ． The woman?s birthday 3． Who was the cook of the restaurant? A．A Chinese. B．An Italian. C．A Japanese. 4． Whose car was the professor driving? A．His son?s car. B．His wife?s car. C．His mother?s car. 5． Where does the conversation probably take place? A．In a hospital. B．In a shop. C ． In a conference room. 第二节（共 12 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 18 分） 请听下面 4 段对话。每段对话后有几个小题，从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出 最佳选项，并标在试题卷的相应位置。听每段对话前，你将有时间阅读各个小题，每小题 5 秒钟；听完后，各小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话读两遍。 请听第 6 段材料，回答第 6～8 题。 6． How did the man learn about the house for sale? A．From the newspaper. B．From his friends. 7． How many bathrooms does the house have? A．Two. B．Three. 8． What will the man do next? A．Rent a house. B．Buy the house. 请听第 7 段材料，回答第 9～11 题。 9． Who are the two speakers? A．Doctor and patient. B．Manager and secretary. guest. 10．What do you know about the man? A．He won?t stay the night in the town. B．He has got lots of luggage. C．He failed to catch the plane.
C．From the Internet. C．Four. C．See the house.
C ． Waitress and
11．When should the man turn left? A．At the second spotlight. B．At the second crossroads. C．At the second bus stop. 请听第 8 段材料，回答第 12～14 题。 12．What?s the man looking for? A．Some records of guitar music. B．Some tapes of modern music. C．Some records of modern piano music. 13．Why does he want to buy them? A．He enjoys them very much. B．He damaged them in his suitcase. C．He wants to buy it for his father. 14．What happened to the records in the window? A．They were moved. B．They were broken. C．They were sold out. 请听第 9 段材料，回答第 15～17 题。 15．Why was Stella so tired these days? A．She went to bed late. B．She couldn?t sleep well. her boss. 16．What do you know about Stella?s new neighbor？ A．He always gets up at 4:30. B．He always milks the cow. C．He always sleeps with the radio on. 17．What is Bill?s suggestion? A．He suggested that Stella should be careful next time. B．He suggested that Stella apologize to Mr. Philips. C．He suggested that Stella write to the milk man.
C．She had a quarrel with
第三节（共 3 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 4.5 分） 请听下面一段独白，用所听到的独白中的词或数填空，每空限填一词或一个数。填入的 内容要写在答题卡相应的位置上， 在听本段独白前， 你将有时间阅读各小题， 每小题 5 秒钟； 听完后，各小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。本段独白读两遍。 请听第 10 段材料，回答第 18～20 题。 The Summer Vacation Students often 18 or do part-time jobs in the summer vacation. 19 . 20 dollars working at a gas station. Mary spent most of her last summer vacation at a summer Peter made
二、单项选择（共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 分） 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，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。 例：It is generally considered unwise to give a child he or she wants. A．however B．whatever C．whichever D．whenever 答案是 B． 21．—I?m sorry there?s nothing we can do about it. — .
A．Sure, thanks. B．No, thanks. C．Thanks a lot. D ． Thanks anyway. 22．Cathy doesn?t feel like her job. She?s already got a very good one. A．change B．changing C．changed D．to change 23． will ever stop him; he?s got such a strong determination. A．Something B．Anything C．Everything D．Nothing 24．As is reported, it is 115 years Peking University was founded. A．when B．before C．after D．since 25．It wasn?t entirely my decision, I think that generally I agree with it. A．unless B．although C．for D．so 26．Sherry reads newspaper and watches news every day to keep herself of the current events. A．informing B．to inform C．informed D．inform 27．She Spanish when she was working as a volunteer in Spain. Now she can speak it freely. A．spoke up B．showed up C．made up D．picked up 28．It?s helpful to visit some websites Thailand before we start your vacation there. A．in B．for C．of D．on 29．Hardly when I regretted saying it. A．had the word come out B．did the word come out C．the word had come out D．the word came out 30．You need to have a strong faith in you do and who you are if you are to succeed. A．why B．how C．what D．which 31． Southeast Asia, In motorbike has become poplar means of transportation. A．a; the B．/; a C．the; a D．the; the 32．My father regularly for many years when he was in his youth. A．was swimming B．swam C．has swum D．had swum 33． good use of the newly-built library in your city, and you will find the information you need. A．Having made B．To make C．Making D．Make 34．—There are aliens living here on earth. —Oh, ! I can?t believe you said that. A．don?t mention it B．come on C．I couldn?t agree more D．that?s an interesting point 35．This parking space is reserved for the disabled people. You park here! A．wouldn?t B．needn?t C．couldn?t D．mustn?t 三、完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分） 阅读下面短文，掌握其大意，然后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 I was 14 when Mr. Ingram hired me as a farmhand. It was the first time I was actually 36 for work. One day Mr. Ingram found an old truck that was 37 in the soft, sandy soil of our field. It was full of melons that someone had tried to 38 from our farm before his truck got caught in the mud.
Mr. Ingram explained that the truck?s owner would be 39 soon, and he wanted me to watch and learn. It wasn?t long 40 a local guy with a terrible reputation for fighting and stealing showed up with his two fully-grown sons. They looked really 41 . Calmly Mr. Ingram said, “Well, I see you want to 42 some watermelons from us.” There was a long 43 before the man answered, “Yeah, I guess so. What are you 44 for them?” “Twenty-five cents each.” “Well, I suppose that would be 45 enough if you help me get my truck out of here,” the man said. It turned out to be our biggest sale of the summer, and an awful, perhaps violent incident had b e e n 46 . After they left, Mr. Ingram smiled and said to me, “Son, if you don?t forgive your 47 , you?re going to run out of friends.” 36．A．trusted 37．A．stuck 38．A．remove 39．A．purchasing 40．A．till 41．A．astonished 42．A．borrow 43．A．break 44．A．getting 45．A．necessary 46．A．stopped 47．A．mistakes B．ready B．broken B．steal B．bargaining B．before B．anxious B．buy B．discussion B．offering B．helpful B．avoided B．neighbors C．paid C．deserted C．sell C．returning C．that C．familiar C．steal C．watching C．paying C．easy C．handled C．enemies D．offered D．lost D．hide D．searching D．since D．angry D．carry D．silence D．finding D．fair D．taught D．melons
B Americans value competition. They believe that competition 48 out the best in any individual. They claim that it challenges or even 49 each person to produce the very best that i s h u m a n l y p o s s i b l e . 50 , the foreign visitor will see competition encouraged in the American home and in the American classroom, 51 at the youngest age levels. You may find the 52 placed on competition confusing, especially if you come from a society that promotes cooperation 53 competition among individuals. But Americans teaching in the Third World countries find the lack of competition in a classroom situation equally 54 . They soon learn that what they had thought to be one of the universal human qualities 55 only a particularly American or Western value. 48．A．carries 49．A．forces 50．A．Particularly 51．A．even 52．A．thoughts 53．A．together with 54．A．puzzling B．brings B．causes B．Occasionally B．still B．interest B．rather than B．unacceptable C．picks D．comes C．leads D．teaches C．Consequently D．Accidentally C．only D．already C．attitude D．value C．in spite of D．along with C．unfortunate D．discouraging
四、阅读理解（共 20 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 40 分） 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 It was five in the evening and I was cooking dinner when I noticed the house had gotten quiet. I wiped off my hands and thought to myself, “What is Serena up to.” My youngest Serena was a whirlwind, and curious about everything. She was always on the move and a quiet house was not normal for us. When I passed the front door and saw it was partially open, my heart sank, and panic set in. At that moment everything became a blur, one moment I?m cooking dinner and the next, doctors are rushing Serena off to the emergency room. I felt out of control, we didn?t belong here. I wanted to take Serena home. I bargained, promised, and prayed with god. We waited 2 hours, before two physicians came to the doorway. Their arms were crossed, and they were noticeably uncomfortable. “I?m very sorry we did all we could, but it just wasn?t enough.” they said. I went home and became a stranger in my own life. I felt guilty, angry, lost, sad, and empty. Serena?s death was a hard lesson and years later, I realized my life had slowly moved off course. I had become lost in the corporate world. Life is too short, and time is too precious to waste. The things that were most important to me, family time, making a difference in the world, and leaving a legacy, were taking a back seat to my career. I quit my job, took all the experiences and skills I had learned and became an entrepreneur (创业者). Now, my oldest daughter, Elena and I are passionate about helping women realize their dreams. Our mission is to help you use the power of telling your story to share your passions and gifts with the world. 56．The writer felt it that the house had became quiet. A．satisfied B．terrified C．disappointed D．strange 57．The first paragraph suggests that Serena . A．was a rather naughty girl B．had a terrible accident C．was anxious about everything D．enjoyed moving things around 58．“The corporate world” in the last paragraph refers to . A．work B．loneliness C．sadness D．housework 59．Which of the following might be the main idea of the story? A．Life is without limits. B．Life is without accidents. C．Hold fast to what you care. D．Death is part of our life. B Beijing?s International Tourism Festival has opened on Qianmen pedestrian street. This year is the 12th and is based on the theme of “World City, Beautiful Beijing”. Our reporter Zhang Nini went along to the parade to see how the capital is blending international influence to create a vision of its own. Dancers from Bulgaria set the street alive with their dazzling and distinctive moves. They are among the 23 troupes (剧团) from more than twenty countries and regions taking part. More than two thousand performers from around the world are putting on a grand celebration here in Qianmen, the heart of Beijing?s folk culture. The organizers are hoping to project an international image of Beijing, a city both traditional and modern, different, yet getting along with the world.
Eight Rolls Royce classical cars, from Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia, Japan and China are also on show. The cars are some of the best-kept antiquities, some of which date back more than 90 years. Visitors will be able to observe the cars up-close. Zhang Huiguang, director of Beijing Tourism Bureau, said, “This year?s festival is international and interactive. It encourages public participation. The festival introduces Beijing to people from other parts of the country and the rest of the world. Welcome to Beijing.” First held in 1998, the Beijing International Tourism Festival has featured more than thirty thousand performers from one hundred and forty countries and regions. The festival is now regarded as one of the top ten influential festivals by the International Festivals and Events Association. 60． What activity is NOT organized to celebrate this year?s Beijing International Tourism Festival? A．Famous and expensive car exhibition. B．Foreign People dancing on the street. C．Performance from different countries. D．Introduction to tourism places. 61．What is the topic of this year?s Festival? A．Beijing, a city with long history. B．Beijing, an international and beautiful city. C．Beijing, its past and future. D．Beijing, a unique and modern city. 62．What is the aim of hosting Beijing International Tourism Festival? A．To attract more foreigners to come to China. B．To boost Beijing?s tourism economy. C．To get to know the world better. D．To present an international image of Beijing. 63．What?s the new look of this year?s festival? A．More visitors are coming to Beijing. B．People can enjoy performances from different countries. C．It invites the public to do interactive activities. D．The rest part of the world will know more about Beijing. C Rather than spend my senior year taking a lot of elective courses, I intended to get involved in a particular work-study project where I could volunteer my services at the local hospital. My proposal was accepted without complaint by the high school principal, the dean of students, and my parents. It?s the best decision I?ve ever made. As students, we aren?t always able to understand information in our classes because we hardly ever see it applied in our everyday life. We are taught a new concept one day, and the next day we have no recollection of what the teacher was even talking about. Studies have shown that students become more knowledgeable through visual aids. If the learning process can be greatly improved by seeing concepts in the classroom, imagine the possibilities of absorbing new information by experiencing it in real-life situations. I know how precious that experience can be. I learned a lesson in faithfulness when I met Tommy, a father who has visited his comatose (昏迷的) daughter in the hospital three times a week for the past 14 years. I came to appreciate my Spanish classes when I invited Antonio, a Hispanic American struggling to settle down here, to the chapel service(礼拜仪式) in the hospital. I came to value the strength of human contact when I held another patient?s hand while a doctor made the examination. I also learned about the
importance of choosing a career that I really like, for on many occasions, doctors told me, “Don?t ever become a doctor; it?s not worth all of the stress.” I have seen time and time again the beneficial results of real-life experience. My high school gave me a firm foundation of education, but it was only through practice that I truly learned. All seniors in this school should be given the opportunities to volunteer at places that interest them. I was given a chance, and every day I reap the rewards of that experience. 64．The writer learned through the work-study program . A．the beauty of Spanish language B．the importance of eye contact C．we need to be faithful to our friends D．he should never become a doctor 65．The writer supports his idea by . A．analyzing causes B．listing examples C．examining differences D．making comparisons 66．Which of the following would be a suitable title for the passage? A．Volunteering in Hospital B．Education Through Application C．Lessons Learned the Hard Way D．Learning Happens Everywhere 67．What might be the main purpose of the passage? A．To promote work-study programs for college students. B．To call for a reform in the educational system. C．To show us the disadvantages of school education. D．To find more volunteers for the local hospital. D There are toilet-paper arguments, and ongoing debates over money, kids and the television. And then there are the laundry wars. “My husband has this thing with laundry that drives me nuts,” says Amelia Zatik-Sawyer, a 28-year-old mother of two in Cleveland. “He?s supposed to wash and I?m supposed to fold, but he does like ten loads at a time and then dumps it all on the bed. With two little kids, I don?t have time to fold ten loads all at once, so I?ll leave it. And then he?ll come home and throw it into the closet so he can get into bed. And then it just goes out of control from there.” For many couples, spats are a necessary evil, something to put up with or avoid (for the sake of the kids!). But new research at the University of Michigan shows that letting out marital disagreements is actually good for your health. It?s holding back your anger, especially when you feel you?ve been wronged, that?s dangerous. A study published in January followed 192 married couples in Michigan from 1991 to 2011 and found that those who kept their anger in when unfairly attacked did not live as long as those who expressed their anger, says lead study author Ernest Harburg, Ph.D., a retired research scientist at the University of Michigan?s School of Public Health and Psychology Department. “We?re all interested in living longer,” says Harburg, who?s studied the health effects of spousal (夫妻的) quarrel for over 30 years. “We watch our diet, we exercise. Now we need to add ?express anger constructively? to that list.” Women in particular may put their health at risk by holding back during arguments with their spouse, a 20-year study of 4,000 men and women from Framingham, Massachusetts, found. “Women who ?self-silenced? during conflict with their spouse, compared with women who did not, had four times the risk of dying,” according to findings published in 2010 in the journal “Psychosomatic Medicine.” But high schools don?t offer Squabbling 101. So what are the nuts and bolts of a healthy fight?
68．Amelia is mad at her husband because . A．he puts everything in the closet B．he is too lazy to do his fair share of housework C．he makes no efforts to make the bed D．his way of doing laundry causes her trouble 69．The underlined word “spats” refers to . A．slight arguments B．different characters C．unusual habits D．fierce wars 70．The recent study in Michigan suggests that . A．people are becoming more health-conscious B．husbands live longer than their angry housewives C．conflicts are necessary to keep a marriage healthy D．silent people suffer biggest risk of dying early 71．What will the writer probably continue to write about? A．Ways to avoid having quarrels with your spouse. B．How can a couple manage to live longer. C．How to argue skillfully with your sweetheart. D．Why is there health risks for self-silenced people. E In Walt Whitman?s poem “When I Heard the Learn?d Astronomer,” he contrasts the stark division between the formal, organized approach to learning about the stars and the natural, personal feeling he has when he looks at the astronomical bodies. We gather that he prefers the mystery of the universe to the “evidences,” “figures,” and “charts” of the “learned astronomer.” To show these two distinctive views, Whitman divides his eight-line poem into two parts. The first part consists of the first four lines, each line beginning with “when.” These lines all reflect the formal, academic approach to learning about the stars. Whitman, sitting with a group of people, was listening to a lecture given by the knowledgeable astronomer. “I was shown the charts and diagrams.” The “evidences and figures” were all scientifically “arranged in columns.” The second part of the poem begins with Line 5: “How soon unaccountable I became tired and sick.” While Whitman says his negative reaction to the lecture was “unaccountable,” we get the feeling that he is being sarcastic (讽刺的). Something was missing in the astronomer?s discussion of the stars, so Whiteman, “gliding out” of the lecture hall, “wandered off by himself” (in comparison to the audience), preferring to gaze (凝视) “up in perfect silence at the stars.” At this point, no more words are necessary, for now there is the mystery of the universe. The stars shine with their own significance, and we can almost feel ourselves breathe a sigh of relief because this is where Whitman has left us. It appears as if in this poem the scientific approach to astronomy threatens to take the romance, beauty and simple appreciation out of gazing the stars. The poem inspires an awe for those amazing stars which lose their twinkle when they become figures, charts and diagrams. 72．What happened to Whitman in the poem? A．He was convinced by the astronomer. B．He slipped out of the lecture hall. C．He was giving a lecture about the universe. D． found astronomy hard to understand. He 73．It can be inferred that . A．the poem compares two methods to study astronomy
B．the theme of the poem is presented in the first four lines C．the poem was written when Whitman researched stars D．Whitman creates scenes to make the poem vivid 74．How does Whitman feel about the “learn?d astronomer”? A．His theory is too complex for the ordinary people. B．He should use more pictures instead of figures and charts. C．He doesn?t respect the mystery of the universe. D．His method of research does not appeal to the poet. 75．The writer will probably agree that . A．what can be learned seems less important than what can be felt B．scientific and artistic methods are both necessary to study stars C．Whitman is one of the greatest natural poets in American history D．we need to appreciate the beauty of romantic poems by heart 五、写作（共两个写作任务，满分 35 分） 写作一（满分 15 分） 要求：1．请就右图反映出的问题发表你的感受； 2．有明确的观点，词汇 60 词以上。 写作二（满分 20 分） 假定你是李华，你在网上得知戛纳国际电影节 （The Cannes Film Festival）即将开幕，电影节主办 单位正在举办一次“我最喜爱的电影”的网络征文 活动，请根据提示，以“My Favorite Movie”为题写
1．电影的名称； 2．电影的梗概； 3．你喜欢它的原因等。 注意： 1．词数 80 词左右； 2．可根据内容要点适当增加细节，以使行文连贯。
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写作任务一 This picture clearly reminds us the seriousness of air pollution on earth. With the rapid growth of modern civilization, tons of carbon dioxide and other harmful chemical substances are released into the atmosphere, making it difficult for people to breathe and posing a threat on the survival of all the creatures on this planet. If we are to survive, we must take immediate action to stop polluting the air and preserve the tropical rainforest which is essential for producing oxygen and keeping the air fresh. Otherwise, it won?t be long before we are choked to death living in polluted air. 写作任务二 My favorite movie is Lord of the Rings, a fantasy movie which is set in an imaginary world full of magic. It?s about a boy who has accidentally received a magic ring. In order to keep the ring from the devil, the courageous boy, as well as his faithful friends, goes on an adventurous journey to throw the evil ring into a volcano to destroy it. I like this movie because it?s full of imagination and excitement. Besides, I came to understand the true meaning of friendship and love as the major characters overcome all sorts of obstacles and sacrifice themselves to protect the people they care about most. As far as I am concerned, Lord of the Rings is the best fantasy movie of the 20th century.
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