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四川省泸州市 2013 届高三第一次诊断性考试 英 语 试 题
本试卷分第一卷(选择题)和第二卷(非选择题)两部分。 满分 150 分;考试时间 120 分钟。

C.不填;不填 D.不填;the 10. —Will you attend the gathering tomorrow afternoon? —I will, though, I don

't think I ____ with so much work to do. A. must B.will C.should D.can 第二节完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D) 中,选出可以填人空白处的最佳选项.并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

第 I 卷(选择题共 90 分)
注意事项: 1.必须使用 2B 铅笔将答案标号填涂在答题卡上对应题目标号的 位置上。 2.第 I 卷共两部分,共计 90 分。 第一部分英语知识运用(共两节,满分 40 分) 第一节语法和词汇知识(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 从 A、B 、C、D 四个选项中,选出可以填人空白处的最佳选项, 并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 1.—I'm feeling hopeless about my study. —____.You'll do better next time. A. Don't lose heart B.That's all C. It's not you D.You are all right 2.Of all the books on show in the book fair, ____is of use for children. A.no B. none C.neither D.nothing 3.I was filming a thunderstorm ____ suddenly lightning hit the building. A. where B.while C.how D.when 4.It has been over 63 years since the People's Republic of China_____. A.is founded B.has founded C.was founded D.had founded 5. The Yellow River,_____ to be "the mother river", runs across China like a huge dragon. A. saying B.to say C.said D.says 6.He is____ of the two, and jumps highest in their class. A.a taller B.the tallest C.the taller D.a tallest 7.David will____ sooner or later if he carries on working like this. A. give up B.hold on C.feel off D. break down 8.The Great Wall is the place ___tourists would like to visit when they come to Beijing. A. why B.that C.when D.where 9.Nowadays a lot of people are still in ____ habit of smoking in public places. A.the; the B.the;不填

On the border, a pack of wild dogs circled the soldiers for food.The leader of the pack was a gray- and-white dog called Nubs. He was 11 and hardly able to stand. Marine major Brian Dennis looked 12 and saw that there was a knife wound in his chest. Dennis couldn't stand seeing the dog 13_.He and his men immediately treated the wound, and gave Nubs medicine. Nubs pulled through but was still in 14 .The next day, the team had to 15 . Ten days later, Dennis' unit was back, and so was Nubs. He was still 16 ,but the men fed him and played with him. Before long the unit once again left for the front 70 miles away. Nubs, slowly but 17 , followed them far into the trackless wasteland _ 18 the men lost sight of him.Two days later, beyond Dennis' 19 , he saw Nubs just outside the outpost (前哨) The dog had 20 him across 70 miles of frozen . desert to meet with the friend who had 21 his life. From then on Nubs and the men 22 in the same place, and ran around in the same ruins(废墟) . Until an order came that they were not 23_ to have pets, Dennis decided to make sure the dog would 24 _ to live the good life.So he quickly raised $4,000 from his family and friends to 25 Nubs to America. A year later, when Dennis and the dog were 26 in California, at first Nubs didn't 27 the guy.But within minutes, the dog jumped into Dennis' arms, jumping 28 again and again to lick his friend's face. A little love and concern in the middle of 29 will not save a violent world. But small stories, like the story of a soldier and a clog, hold a 30 of a harmonious(和谐的)world.
11.A. shaking 12.A. lower B. waiting B. better C. barking C. clearer D. resting D. closer

13.A. 14.A. 15.A. 16.A. 17.A. 18.A. 19.A. 20.A. 21.A. 22.A. 23.A. 24.A. 25.A. 26.A. 27.A. 28.A. 29.A. 30.A.

worry surprise leave dirty suddenly unless imagination caught loved traveled allowed go lead reunited notice out time way

B. suffer B. control B. drill B. weak B. happily B. since B.reach C. B. tracked C. B. started C. B. met C. B. expected C. B. like C. B. fly C. B. interviewed B. believe C. B. about C. B. danger C. B. view C.

C. fear D. starve C. pain D. anger C. fight D. walk C. thin D. tired C. easily D. determinedly C. until D. after sight D. ability guarded D. found saved D. taken grew D. slept needed D. required try D. continue drive D. show C. watched D. gathered recognize D. bother around D. up war D. space concern D. promise

第二部分阅读理解(共两节,满分 50 分) 第一节阅读下列短文,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。 (共 20 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 40 分)

In some urban centers, workaholisrn is so common that people do not consider it unusual.They accept the lifestyle as normal. Government workers in Washington D. C. for example, , frequently work sixty to seventy hours a week. They do this because they have to; they do it because they want to. Workaholism can be a serious problem . Because true workaholics would rather work than do anything else, they probably don't know how to relax; that is, they might not enjoy movies, sports, or other types of entertainment. Most of all, they hate to sit and do nothing. The lives of workaholics are usually stressful, and this tension and worry can cause health problems such as heart attacks or stomach ulcers. In addition, typical workaholics don't pay much attention to their families. They spend little time with their children, and their marriages may end in divorce. Is workaholism always dangerous? Perhaps not. There are,


certainly, people who work well under stress. Some studies show that many workaholics have great energy and interest in life. Their work is so pleasurable that they are actually very happy. For most workaholics, work and entertainment are the same thing. Their jobs provide them with a challenge; this keeps them busy and creative. Why do workaholics enjoy their jobs so much? There are several advantages to work. It provides people with paychecks, and this is important . But it offers more than financial security. It provides people with self-confidence; they have a feeling of satisfaction when they have produced a challenging piece of work and are able to say," I made that." Psychologists claim that work gives people an identity; by working, they get a sense of self and individualism.In addition, most jobs provide people with a socially acceptable way to meet others.
31.A workaholic is a person who____. A. tends to work long hours B. behaves in a strange way C. has to do many social jobs D. holds high social positions 32.What can be the problem of workaholism? A. Being late. B. Being lazy. C. Being hopeless. D. Being unhealthy. 33. According to some studies, most workaholics . A. live a hard life B. like to be under stress C. regard work as something enjoyable D. are good at both work and entertainment 34. What are the advantages one can get by working according to the text? a. popularity b. satisfaction c. good payment d. self-confidence e. higher positions f. social acceptation A. a; b; d; e B. b; c; e; f C. a; c; d; f D. b; c; d; f

results with levels of UV rays on a sand beach in southern Japan's Okinawa District. They found that on the beach, eyes are exposed to a daily 260 kilojoules (千焦耳) of UV a square meter compared to 658 kilojoules in snow-covered areas. The findings are supposed by the Japan Meteorological Agency. According to the agency, the reflection rate of UV light on beaches is often between 10 and 25 percent, compared to 80 percent in the new snow areas. The amount of light increased 4 percent with a 300-meter rise in height. Most of us know that UV rays can harm the skin. That's why we wear sunscreen on our skin before we get out in the sun. But many of us may not realize that UV rays are also harmful to the eyes. If your eyes are exposed to large amounts of UV radiation over a short period of time, you may experience a kind of sunburn of the eye, which is harmful. Your eyes will become red and feel a strange feeling . They may be sensitive to light. Fortunately, this is usually temporary and seldom causes long-time damage to the eyes. Long-term exposure to UV radiation, however, can be more serious. Scientific studies and researches have shown that exposure to small amounts of UV radiation over a period of many years increases the chance of eye damage, which could lead to total blindness.
35.What's the finding of the scientists mentioned in the text? A. UV rays can damage the eye. B. Skiing in snow does harm to the eye. C. Snow reflects more UV rays than sand. D. The level of UV rays is low on a sand beach. 36. a place is 1500 meters higher, the amount of light increases If . A. 15 percent B. 20 percent C. 25 percent D. 30 percent 37.What does the underlined word "temporary" probably mean? A. Limited. B. Serious. C. Short-time. D.Unusual 38.Which could cause blindness talking about the damage by UV rays? A. Long-time exposure to even small amounts of it. B. Exposure to great amounts of it for a short time. C. Short-time exposure to small amounts of it. D. Exposure to great amounts of it for once.

Welcome to Language upon Thames. This brochure has been designed to give you an overview of our Language School and the courses we offer. If you have some additional questions, please do not hesitate to contact us for more information. At Language upon Thames, we feel it is important to be flexible, in order that students can decide what period of study suits them best. Small Group General English Courses These courses are aimed at students who wish to improve their speaking, listening, reading and writing skills and are offered at the following levels: BEGINNERS ELEMENTARY PRE-INTERMEDIATE INTERMEDIATE UPPER-INTERMEDIATE Studying one of the above courses will enable you to use English more confidently and competently (出色地)on a daily basis. Try our free online test to see which level you are at—CLICK HERE. Speaking, Listening & Pronunciation This course builds on communicative confidence and competence and is aimed at students who wish to develop the important skills of speaking and listening. Emphasis is also placed on pronunciation, with activities designed to meet the needs of students of different nationalities, who need to focus on different areas. CLICK HERE to register for a General English course. Exam Courses These courses are aimed at students who wish to gain academic qualifications in English and are offered at the following levels: University of Cambridge Exams: ADVANCED l-FCE (First Certificate) ADVANCED 2-CAE (Advanced) ADVANCED 3-CPE (Proficiency)

Scientists have found that human eyes are more likely to be damaged by UV rays (紫外线) while skiing in the snow-covered areas than sitting on the beach, according to a report by the UK newspaper The Telegraph. The researchers at Kanazawa Medical University, Japan and American company Johnson conducted the study together. They looked at the effects of light reflection on newly fallen snow on a ski trail in Ishikawa District, northern Japan. They compared the


Studying one of the above courses will enable you to continue your education or enter university in this country. (Students wishing to gain admission to a British university are normally required to have the Cambridge Proficiency Certificate) . Other Languages At Language upon Thames we offer a wide range of cafes, restaurants, shops and bars.Most importantly, we have foreign language classes of French, Japanese, German, Spanish and Italian during the day, evening or on a one-to-one basis.
39.From the first paragraph we can know that the author is eager . A. to answer questions B. to teach students languages C. to receive contact from the readers D. to introduce the language teachers 40.If you attend Small Group General English Courses, you will . A. use English as fluently as a native does B. deal with everyday English well C. rise your academic level D. have no tests 41.Which should you choose if you want to get admitted into a British university? A. Exam Courses. B.The courses from Other Languages. C. Speaking, Listening & Pronunciation. D. Small Group General English Courses. 42.What is the text mainly about? A. Language courses to offer. B.Ways to improve language skills. C. The importance of foreign languages. D. Methods to apply for language schools.

car and his $6,000. He never imagined he would see his car again. In January of 2006, Poster was told that the car had turned up in Long Beach, California.Clearly, an American collector was selling the car to a buyer in Sweden when the Customs found the vehicle.The collector isn't suspected of any wrongdoing, and nobody knows where the car had been or how many hands it had passed through. With the help of the California Highway Patrol, the Customs Service and the New York Police Department, the car has been returned to Poster. "This is definitely a wonder," said Poster."Because in speaking to the police, the odds (几率) them finding me were a million of to one." The car Poster paid $6,000 for in 1968 is now worth anywhere from $20,000 to $60,000 today, according to a Florida classic Corvette dealer.
43.We can infer that Corvette America.com donated $15,000____. A. to comfort Alan Poster B. to hold an exhibition of the car C. to congratulate the regain of the car D. to make a fame of the car company 44.How old should Alan Poster be in 2012? ' A. 43. B. 44. C. 63. D. 69. 45.Why is the car now so famous? A. It's very old with a good story behind it. B. It's newly restored and worth much. C. It's from a famous company. D. It's for worthy courses. 46.What does the underlined word "This" refer to? A. He got a donation of $15,000. B. The Customs gave him such a great help. C. He lost the car shortly after he bought it. D. The police could find him after so many years.

believed that the future wealth of the country depended on the education of the young: money was plentiful, new universities sprang up and great myths evolved to attract young people into the academic life. Three years later, I got a first-class degree in mathematics. For some months there had been pressure to try for a further degree-the more post-graduate students there are, the mere financial benefits exist for us. My fellow postgraduates and I knew nothing of the outside world, and happily believed that academic life for another three years would uplift us in the eyes of future employers: and so I went to London and began work for a doctor's degree. Here, for the first time, I came across "mature students" -people who had left school at 16 and, years later, taken A-levels at technical colleges and come to university. Having chosen their subject with great care, and being more mature, they found a joy in their courses unknown to most of us. I have been working now for several years: life has been very different from what I had been led to expect. However, it is too late Lo change: the state of understanding will not pay to reeducate people completely. As I think back, I regret that I did not fail my A-levels.
47.What can we infer from Gunter Grass' words? A. He's ashamed of failing school leaving exams. B. He's satisfied with his present position. C. He's regarded as a great man. D. He's achieved a lot in career. 48.When the author was at college in the 1960s, the youth ____ . A. were linked up with the society B. were attracted by school C. were hopeless about life D. were quite wealthy 49.What makes the author feel regretful? A. Post-graduate students increased fast. B. She had had a hard time in academic life. C. The reality was different from what expected. D. She missed being a "mature student" in academe. 50.Which agrees with the author's idea? A. The society couldn't provide enough jobs for the youth B. Universities have done a lot for the society today. C. The youth shouldn't be at school for so long. D. Many great persons failed exams at school.

In January of 2006, Alan Poster was surprised when he was told that his stolen Corvette had been recovered, 37 years after it disappeared from a parking garage in New York City. On August 25, 2006, Poster displayed his fully restored(修 复 )1968 Corvette at Carlisle, Pennsylvania.With $15,000 donated by Corvette America.com and work done by restoration shop California Classics, the car, now named "Reunion Blues" by Poster, is being rolled out in its newly restored glory.Poster is planning to use his now famous car to promote worthy causes. As a 26-year-old in the late 1960s, Poster bought a brand new blue Corvette for $6,000. Three months later, in January 1969, it was stolen from a parking garage in Manhattan, and since he was unable to afford theft insurance, Poster lost the

Anne Battle's "Do We Over-educate Our Children" reminded me that the German author Gunter Grass once said that failing his school leaving exams was a blessing (福气) without which he would never have achieved the position he now holds. I wonder how many other great men and women owe their success to having failed in their academic careers. I was a college student in the 1960s the time when it was


worked hard because of l was afraid of losing the job. At
第二节根据对话内容, 从对话后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选 项,并在答题卡上将该项 涂黑。选项中有两项多余选项。 (共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) —Freedom Travel. Can l help you? — 51 — Okay. What is your destination? — Well, I'd like to fly to Helsinki Finland. I'd like the cheapest flight available. —Okay. 52 There is one flight heading out then for $980. Will that be OK for you? — All right. I'll take it. —That's Flight 1070 from Salt Lake City to New York, Kennedy Airport, transferring to flight 90 from Kennedy to Helsinki. —53 —It leaves Salt Lake City at 10:00 a. m. and arrives in New York at 4:35 p.m.You will then transfer to flight 90 at 5:55 p.m., and arrive in Helsinki at 8:30 a.m.the next day. — All right.54 — Sure, no problem. You will be served any time. We will inform the airlines. _ 55 — William Smith. A. Can I request a meal? B. Could I have your mane, please? C. When can I get to Helsinki Finland? D. I’d like to make a reservation for 23rd. E. Cheap flights might not be comfortable. F. Let me check what flights are available. G. What are the departure and arrival time of those flights?

68. in the blank in Paragraph 3. Fill (No more than four words) 69. What does the underlined word "that" (Line 3, Paragraph 4) refer to? (No more than 12 words)

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came to understand that it was not easy to earning money, and that knowledge could change my life. So what I learned the job, in a hard way, was much more important as what I earned

70.In which country must people use their right hand to eat?
笫二节阅读表达(共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) 阅读下面短文并回答问题,然后将答案写到答题卡相应的位置上 (请注意问题后的词数要求) 。

第Ⅱ卷(共 50 分)
第三部分写作(共两节,满分 60 分) 第一节短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 1 5 分)

I was a high school student from the low-income family. So I have to work to support my family. My first job was to clean the table in a small restaurant. I still remember going there early and feeling anxiously about the new world.I

[1] Having good manners is seen by many people as a sign of cultural understanding and good taste.Knowing about the good manners of different countries is interesting and very useful. Good manners are not only about the way we talk, but also about all other things we do when we communicate with other people. [2] When meeting people, Westerners usually shake hands. American and northwestern Europeans expect a strong handshake, and some shake hands for several seconds, while people in East Europe and some Arab countries embrace and kiss each other. [3] When Spanish people talk to you, they like standing very close to you, but British people stand quite while talking, as they don't like people to come too close [4] When visiting the house of Americans or Europeans, it is polite to look. at their books, paintings and small things in the living room. It is also thought to be a sign of good taste to say something nice about those things. However, in the Middle East, you should never do that.Saying that you like a painting or other things in their house will give your Arab host the feeling that they must give it to you. [5] With Indians you should never use your left hand for greeting, eating, drinking or smoking. Thailand, when people meet, they In put their hands together before their nose and lower their head and eyes. 66.What's the text mainly about? (No more than 8 words) 67.What should you do if you meet an American? (No more than 6 words)

笫三节书面表达(满分 35 分) 假如你是李华,是创建文明城市的志愿者。你的外国朋友 Peter 想加入你们的行列,特来信询问怎样才能当好志愿者,请根据以下要 点给他写封回信。 要点提示:1.认真参加培训; 2.明白自己的任务; 3.微笑服务; 4.积极奉献。 注意:1.词数 120 左右;2.可适当增加细节,使行文连贯。 参考词汇:文明城市 model city of social development;创建 create



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