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2013 年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试(重庆卷) 英语高考预测调研卷(二) 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. What are the two speakers talking about? A.The freeway. B.A traffic accident. C.A film. 2. Where does the conversation most probably take place? A.At a bus stop. B.In a street. C.In a hotel. 3. What was the man reading? A.English newspapers. B.English short stories. C . English textbooks. 4. What did the man mean? A.He quite agreed with the woman. B.He enjoyed the lecture the whole time. C.The lecture was more than one hour long. 5. When is Michael planning to leave? A.At about 5:15. B.At about 5:25. C.At about 5:30. 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. What is the woman going to buy? A.A living room set. B.A bedroom set. 7. Which place does the man recommend? A.Nike. B.Red star. 8. What does the woman pay attention to? A.Price. B.Quality. 请听第 7 段材料,回答第 9~11 题。 9. Who watched the tennis final game last night? A.The man. B.The woman. 10.What did the man do before watching the film? A.Watched the football match. B.Read a book. C.Ate something.

C.A kitchen set. C.IKEA. C.Quantity.

C.The man’s wife.

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11.Which of the following is true about the match? A.It’s wonderful. B.The man missed its beginning. C.The woman didn’t finish it. 请听第 8 段材料,回答第 12~14 题。 12.How does the man get information about the apartment? A.From TV advertisements. B.From advertisements in the newspapers. C.From radio advertisements. 13.How many rooms has the apartment got? A.Four. B.Five. C.Six. 14. How much will the man pay for the rent per month if he wants to include management and parking as well? A.$500. B.$450. C.$550. 请听第 9 段材料,回答第 15~17 题。 15.Why does the woman talk to the professor? A.She wants to apply to graduate school. B.She wants him to give a good grade. C.She wants to take an advanced course. 16.What is the professor’s first reply to the woman’s request? A.He refuses to offer the course. B.He doesn’t think the course will interest her. C.He thinks the course will be too difficult for the woman. 17.What does the woman say to persuade the professor? A.She says she is well prepared. B.She says another professor will help her with it. C.She says she will read a lot of books on the course. 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。 VOA Special English More than 2,000 middle and high school teachers took an 19 18 survey. of the teachers said the search tools had a positive effect on students’ habits and skills.

87 percent agreed that these technologies are creating an easily distracted generation with short attention spans. 64 percent said the technologies do more to distract students than to help them academically. Many teachers are concerned the Internet makes it easy for students to copy work done by others instead of using their own 20 . 二、单项填空(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。

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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.—Shall we go out for a movie tonight? — . A.You are all right B.That sounds terrific C.It must be boring D.Have a nice time 22.Nearly a century later, extensive observations that elephants indeed remember injuries and hold hates against their abusers. A.confirmed B.have confirmed C.will confirm D.had confirmed 23. “dad” is tenth most popular Christmas list request for children with youngsters happy to give up latest iPad, toy or new pet, a survey has found. A.The ; the B./ ; the C.A ; / D.A ; the 24.People’s characters partly depends on they were treated in their childhood. A.why B.what C.how D.that 25. Albert Einstein used to say: “I don’t know what weapons World War III will be fought, but in World War IV people will use sticks and stones.” A.at B.to C.with D.by 26.When about the pop culture phenomenon known as “Gangnam Style”, President Obama simply remarked, “I think I can do that move.” A.having been asked B.asking C.being asked D. asked 27.Wi-Fi squatter refers to someone who stays in a public location he uses its Wi-Fi internet connection. A.that B.which C.where D.when 28. is almost common for a video game nowadays to have several different endings depending on the players’ choices during gameplay. A.Its B.This C.That D.It 29.As the job-hunting season kicks off, many graduates from anxiety. A.will be suffered B.are suffering C.were suffering D.are being suffered 30.Health experts warn that celebrities’ beauty tips do not work for everyone, and, if used in the wrong way, actually harm your health. A.could B.are able to C.should D.need 31.If you are looking for a winter adventure, you should try a visit to Finland. A.or B.and C.so D.then 32.The famous French writer Davy de La Pailleterie thinks living without an aim is like sailing without a compass, ? A.isn’t he B.doesn’t he C.doesn’t it D.isn’t it 33. Millions of people around the world suffer from a painful addiction to biting their nails, which can be harder than smoking cigarettes. A.to be quitted B.to quit C.to have quitted D. quitting to 34. , our advice is to wait a second before you try them. A.Tempting as some health secrets may sound B.As some health secrets may sound
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tempting C.May tempting as some health secrets sound D.Some health secrets may sound tempting 35.—Jenny can’t come for dinner. She’s leaving for New York tonight. — . I hope I can talk to her soon. A.Never mind B.What a shame C.Yes, she should D . With pleasure 三、完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下面两篇短文,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 A few years ago, I was going to fly for Norfolk. Just as I was about to 36 the plane, a mechanic emerged from inside the aircraft and 37 the door with his arms. He stated, “We got problems!” Very soon we were back in the terminal, waiting, and then ultimately back on the plane. I waited for the pilot to give a(n) 38 . Pilots take courses to ease passengers’ mind, right? They know what to say to calm nerves. 39 , I don’t think this pilot took that course. Soon his voice 40 throughout the plane, “Sorry for the 41 , ladies and gentlemen. We had no power on the plane. We have a generator on the ground right now, and we are going to jump-start the engines. 42 we get them going, we will get up in the air and head to Norfolk, and see what happens.” That was it. That was all he said. See what happens? Couldn’t we have another plan, one t h a t ’ s b e e n 43 just a little better? At this point, all I could do was to laugh 44 . One woman started yelling, “Oh no! We a r e g o i n g t o 45 !” There were sighs of desperation and 46 spreading throughout the cabin like a tidal wave, and we hadn’t even taken off yet… When traveling, I still hope that my pilot has a more 47 plan than, “We will see what happens.” Although in life, it isn’t such a bad strategy, after all. 36.A.take 37.A.opened 38.A.apology 39.A.Unhappily 40.A.boomed 41.A.flight 42.A.Before 43.A.worked out 44.A.excitedly 45.A.crash 46.A.hate 47.A.enough B.catch C.board D.fly B.blocked C.closed D.lifted B.interpretation C.suggestion D.explanation B.Unfortunately C.Definitely D.Obviously B.echoed C.clicked D.sounded B.delay C.service D.trouble B.Unless C.Though D.Once B.turned out C.worked on D.turned on B.seriously C.nervously D.bitterly B.land C.drop D.rush B.hope C.anxiety D.eagerness B.safe C.steady D.detailed B There are all sorts of good, sensible, civilized reasons to avoid getting angry. 48 like all
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emotions anger has its purposes, which can be used to 49 effect. You sometimes hear people talking about using anger as a motivating force by turning anger into positive 50 . In fact anger itself is a kind of positive and powerful force. Research has shown that anger can make us 51 on towards our goals in the face of problems and 52 . In one study participants were shown objects they 53 with a reward. Some, though, were first exposed to angry faces. Those shown the 54 faces were more likely to want objects they were later exposed to. When we see something as beneficial, we want it more when we’re angry. So, when 55 right, constructive anger can make you feel strong and powerful and help you to get what you want. 48.A.However 49.A.good 50.A.origin 51.A.slide 52.A.success 53.A.associated 54.A.happy 55.A.put B.But B.bad B.result B.slip B.rewards B.thought B.sad B.used C.And C.much C.energy C.push C.process C.joined C.ugly C.shown D.While D.little D.resource D.jump D.barriers D.combined D.angry D.exposed

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 When I was having a chat with my colleague, she asked me, “How did your husband propose to you? Was it romantic?” I felt very sweet in heart when thinking of my husband’s proposal. To be honest, his proposal was actually not romantic without flowers, diamond ring and any other surprise. It was even could not be called “marriage proposal”. One day, he gave me a book about Ireland and later he asked me whether I had finished the book. Seeing me nod my head, he felt very pleased and said to me in a low but happy voice, “If you like, we can get married in an Irish way!” My heart was totally convinced by the romantic and sacred law of marriage in Ireland. The book told me that Ireland believes in Catholicism and forbad divorce. Therefore, when a couple gets married, they are supposed to choose the time of their marriage which ranges from 1 year to 100 years. The most impressive of this law of marriage lies in the inverse relationship between the time of marriage and the fees to be charged. If you choose 1 year for your marriage, you shall pay as much as 2,000 sterling pounds plus receiving a dictionary-thick reference of rights and responsibilities. But if you choose 100 years, then you only need to pay 0.5 pound for the fees and receive a short but heart-touching note in all women’s eyes: “I have no idea the clear rights and responsibilities for my left hand to my right hand, my right leg to my left leg, and my left eye to my right eye. Actually, they are an integrated whole and live by each other and cheer for each other. Finally, I would like this pink note to convey my best wishes to your one-hundred-year marriage!” I still remember I said to my husband, “Ok, so sir, please choose the time you expect our marriage to last!” He said happily, “I would definitely choose 100 years because it is highly money-saving!” Although we are not bound by the law of marriage in Ireland, we have cherished our vow to discipline ourselves all the time. We have married like Irish people and look on our marriage as a
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life-long commitment and spare no effort to nourish it hand in hand as we are gradually aging together. 56.The underlined word “proposal” in the first paragraph probably means “ ”. A.making a plan B.offering a suggestion C.asking someone to get married D.asking someone to get divorced 57.What impresses the writer most is . A.marriage in Ireland B.the time of marriage and the fees C.a book about Ireland D.law of marriage in Scotland 58.According to the law of marriage in Ireland, . A.the time of marriage depends on the religion B.100 years of marriage means a thick book of rights and responsibilities C.law of marriage is romantic and sacred D.the longer you are married, the less you pay 59.We can infer from the passage that . A.the writer and her husband are not protected by the law of marriage in Ireland B.the writer and her husband get divorced eventually C.the writer and her husband are living together happily D.the writer is not happy because her husband is mean with money B Owning a smartphone may not be as smart as you think. They may let you surf the Internet, listen to music and snap photos wherever you are...but they also turn you into a workaholic, it seems. A study suggests that, by giving you access to emails at all times, the all-singing, all-dancing mobile phone adds as much as two hours to your working day. Researchers found that Britons work an additional 460 hours a year on average as they are able to respond to emails on their mobiles. The study by technology retailer Pixmania, reveals the average UK working day is between nine and ten hours, but a further two hours is spent responding to or sending work emails, or making work calls. Almost one in ten admits spending up to three hours outside their normal working day checking work emails. Some workers confess they are on call almost 24 hours a day, with nine out of ten saying they take work emails and calls outside their normal working hours. Nearly two-thirds say they often check work emails just before they go to bed and as soon as they wake up, while over a third have replied to one in the middle of the night. Ghadi Hobeika, marketing director of Pixmania, said: “The ability to access literally millions of apps, keep in contact via social networks and take photos and video as well as text and call has made smartphones invaluable for many people. However, there are drawbacks. Many companies expect their employees to be on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and smartphones mean that people literally cannot get away from work. The more constantly in contact we become, the more is expected of us in a work capacity.” 60.The text is probably taken from . A.a scientific report B.a financial report journal 61.How is Paragraph 2 and 3 mainly developed? A.By analyzing causes. C.By giving descriptions. C.a newspaper D . a literary

B.By providing statistics. D.By making comparisons.
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62.Ghadi may agree that . A.employees are supposed to be on call 24 hours a day B. the ability to access many apps made smartphones worthless C.smartphones might turn a person into a workaholic D.people literally cannot get away from work without smartphones 63.What is the main idea of this passage? A.How smartphones are adding two hours to our working day. B.How smartphones are becoming invaluable for many people. C.Britons work an additional 460 hours a year on average. D.Smartphones are beneficial to our life as we think. C A survey said the average Asian dad spent one minute a day with his children. I was shocked. I mean, a whole minute? Every day? Get real. Once a week maybe. The fact is, many Asian males are terrible at kid-related things. In fact, I am one of them. Child-rearing doesn’t come naturally to guys. My mother knew the names of our teachers, best friends and crushes. My dad was only vaguely aware there were short people sharing the apartment. My mother bought healthy fresh food at the market every day. My dad would only go shopping when there was nothing in the fridge except a jar of capers and a bay leaf. Then he’d buy beer. My mother always knew the right questions to ask our teachers. My dad would ask my English teacher if she could get us a discount on school fees. My mother served kid food to kids. My dad added chili sauce to everything, including our baby food. The truth is, mother have superpowers. My son fell off a wall once and hurt himself all over. I demanded someone bring me a computer so I could google what to do. My wife ignored me and did some sort of chanting phrase such as “Mummy kiss it better,” and cured 17 separate injuries in less than 15 seconds. Yes, mothers are incredible people, but they are not always right. Yet honesty forces me to record the fact that mothers only know best 99.99 percent of the time. Here are some famous slip-ups. The mother of Bill Gates: “If you’re going to drop out of college and hang out with your nerdy friends, don’t come running to me when you find yourself penniless.” The mother of Albert Einstein: “When you grow up, you’ll find that sitting around thinking about the nature of time and space won’t pay the grocery bills.” The mother of George W. Bush: “You’ll never be like your dad, who became President of the United States and started his own war.” 64.The tone for the writer to write the passage is . A.cruel B.humorous C . disapproving D.uninterested 65.In paragraph 2 the writer makes a comparison between mothers and fathers to prove that . A.females love kids more than males B.child-rearing is difficult both for females and males C.my dad is not interested in child-rearing D.males are not good at child-rearing 66.What does the underlined word “slip-ups” in paragraph 4 probably mean? A.Stories. B.Shortcomings. C . Mistakes. D.Advantages.
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67.The mother of Bill Gates may think . A.dropping out of college is not good for him B.dropping out of college will help him a lot C.Bill Gates will become successful in the future D.sitting around thinking about the nature of time and space won’t help D Everyone knows the terrible tragedies of gun violence: Columbine High School, the Cinemark movie theater in Colorado, Sandy Hook Elementary School. Here are some examples you may not have heard about: Pearl High School in Mississippi; Sullivan Central High School in Tennessee; Appalachian School of Law in Virginia. There’s a reason that you never heard much about the places on the second list. The number of innocent people killed was much smaller—sometimes, none. In each of them, the active shooter or potential shooter was confronted by an armed defender who happened to be at the scene when the attack began; the bad guy wasn’t able to just keep his deadly business. Sometimes the hero was an armed school guard. Sometimes it was an off-duty police officer. Or a passer-by with a concealed carry permit. At Pearl High School, it was the vice principal who had a gun in his car that stopped more killings. The experience of armed resistance shows the value of NRA Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre’s call for armed security guards in every school. And LaPierre was really just suggesting an expanded version of President Clinton’s 1999 proposal for federal financial support for school safety officers. However, the Clinton plan, and the NRA’s, is too timid. What we need is “more good guys with guns,” and right now. For schools, Utah provides a model. In Utah, if a law-abiding adult passes a fingerprint-based check and a safety training class, then he or she is issued a permit to carry a concealed handgun throughout the state. Thus, teachers may carry guns at school. Several Texas school districts also encourage armed teachers. Anti-gun supporters invent all sorts of fantasy scenarios(情节) about the harms that could be caused by armed teachers. Gun prohibitionists also insist that armed teachers or even armed school guards won’t make a difference. But in the real world, they have—even at Columbine, the armed school resource officer twice fired long-distance shots and drove the killers off the school, saving the lives of wounded students there. The LaPierre approach will save lives immediately. It would be better if reinforced by more concealed carry laws like the ones in Utah and Texas. Teachers should not be prevented from protecting the children in their care. 68.The second list in the first paragraph is mentioned to . A.offer tips for solving the problems B.describe how bad the tragedies are C.explain why the tragedies happened D.draw people’s attention to the issue to be discussed 69.According to the passage, what do we know about the Clinton plan? A.It gives federal financial support for school safety officers. B.Any law-abiding adult can be issued a permit to carry a concealed handgun. C.Teachers are supposed to carry guns at school. D.Armed security guards are the only protection for schools. 70.It can be inferred from the underlined sentence that .
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A.armed teachers do much harm to the students B.armed school guards try their best to protect the students C.anti-gun supporters think armed teachers can do nothing to protect the students D.anti-gun supporters believe teachers can save many lives without guns 71.The best title of the passage may be . A.Everyone Needs to Be Armed B.Gun-Control Laws Are Needed C.Arming the Right People Can Save lives D. Gun Violence in the Schools of America E Hurricane Sandy was the largest Atlantic hurricane on record, as well as the second costliest Atlantic hurricane, only surpassed by Hurricane Katrina in 2005. The eighteenth named storm and tenth hurricane of the 2012 Atlantic hurricane season. Hurricane Sandy destroyed portions of the Caribbean, Mid-Atlantic and Northeastern United States in late October 2012. Sandy is estimated in early calculations to have caused damage of at least $20 billion(2012 USD). Preliminary(初步 的) estimates of losses that include business interruption surpass $50 billion(2012 USD), which, if confirmed, would make it the second-costliest Atlantic hurricane in history, behind only Hurricane Katrina. Sandy developed from a tropical wave in the western Caribbean Sea on October 22, quickly strengthened and was upgraded to Tropical Storm Sandy six hours later. Sandy moved slowly northward toward the Greater Antilles and gradually intensified. On October 24, Sandy became a hurricane, made landfall near Kingston, Jamaica, a few hours later, re-emerged into the Caribbean Sea and strengthened into a Category 2 hurricane. On October 25, Sandy hit Cuba, then weakened to a Category 1 hurricane. Early on October 26, Sandy moved through the Bahamas. On October 27, Sandy briefly weakened to a tropical storm and then restrengthened to a Category 1 hurricane. Early on October 29, Sandy curved north-northwest and then moved ashore near Atlantic City, New Jersey. In the United States, Hurricane Sandy affected at least 24 states, from Florida to Maine and west to Michigan and Wisconsin, with particularly severe damage in New Jersey and New York. Its storm hit New York City on October 29, flooding streets, tunnels and subway lines and cutting power in and around the city. 72.What can we learn from Paragraph 1? A.Hurricane Katrina is the costliest Atlantic hurricane in history. B.Hurricane Sandy was the largest hurricane in history. C.Hurricane Sandy destroyed parts of Caribbean in early October 2012. D.Hurricane Sandy has caused losses worth $70 billion 73.Based on the passage, Sandy caused severe damage EXCEPT . A.power failure B.business interruption C.flooding roads D.deaths and injuries 74.Which can describe the development of Hurricane Sandy? A.On October 27 Sandy restrengthened to a Category 2 hurricane. B.On October 24 Sandy reached its highest level. C.On October 29 Sandy moved ashore near Kingston. D.On October 22 Sandy quickly became a hurricane. 75.What is the author’s purpose in writing the passage? A.To stress the role of Hurricane Sandy in history.
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B.To introduce the history of Hurricane Sandy. C.To call attention to the danger of Hurricane Sandy. D.To inform people of the fact about Hurricane Sandy. 五、写作(共两个写作任务,满分 35 分) 写作一(满分 15 分) 请结合右图材料,按要求用英文写作,词数不少于 60。 要求: (1)请就右图反映出的共同问题发表你的感受; (2)有明确的观点; (3)在答题卡上作答。 写作二(满分 20 分) 假设你是 Wang Ming,你收到你的美国笔友 Jack 的 一封 E-mail(见表一) ,请根据邮件内容和你获得的广告 (见表二)所提供的信息,给 Jack 回一封电子邮件。 表一 Dear Wang Ming, How are you going on recently ? I’m so glad to tell you that I will go to China and do some Confucian studies. Would you please help me find a college, and give me some information about it? Write back soon. Jack

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Beijing University Course: Confucian studies for beginners Time: January 10—February 11 Place: No. 1 Lecture Hall Tuition(学费): 2,000 RMB For more information: www.beijing university.com

注意: (1)内容可适当发挥,注意行文连贯; (2)词数 80 左右,开头语已为你写好,不计入总词数。 Dear Jack, I’m so happy to learn that … Yours, Wang Ming

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2013 年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试(重庆卷) 英语高考预测调研卷(二)参考答案 1~5 BCBAC 18.online 21~25 BBDCC 41~45 BDACA CBDC 60~63 CBCA 6~10 BCABC 11~15 ABACC 19.Three-quarters /3/4 26~30 DCDBA 31~35 DBBAB 46~50 CDBAC 51~55 CDADB 64~67 BDCA 68~71 DACC 16~17CA 20.abilities 36~40 CBDBA 56 ~ 59 72~75 ADBD

参考范文: 写作任务一 As we can see from the picture, everyone including students, parents, teachers are under great pressure as a result of the national entrance examination. Maybe at present taking the exam is the best way to prove oneself, to build a bright future and to offer everybody a relatively fair opportunity. How can we deal with the stress? The answer depends. 写作任务二 Dear Jack, I’m so happy to learn that you’re interested in Confucian studies and you will come to China! Here I’d like to recommend you an outstanding university—Beijing University. It happens to have such a course that will satisfy your demands . It starts on Jan 10th and lasts a month till Feb 11th . It’s intended for beginners like you. Besides, the tuition is reasonable. It costs only RMB 2,000. If you have some more questions, please let me know or just log on to www.beijing university .com. Hope to see you in Beijing soon. Yours, Wang Ming

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