2013 届高三调研测试试卷(三) 英 语 2013.01 本试卷分第Ⅰ卷(选择题)和第Ⅱ卷(非选择题)两部分。满分 120 分，考试时间 120 分钟。 第Ⅰ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。 ( )1. How long did it take the man to finish the writing? A. Three hours. B. One hour and a half. C. Half an hour. ( )2. What will the weather be like in the following days? A. It is warming up. B. It is going to rain. C. It is getting colder. ( )3. How will the two speakers go home? A. By subway. B. By taxi. C. By bus. ( )4. Where is Tom now? A. In the police station. B. On a bus. C. At school. ( )5. How many parents might come to the meeting at most? A. 40. B. 26. C. 13. 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，并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前，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。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第 6 段材料，回答第 6 至 7 题。 ( )6. Why is the man here? A. To buy a car. B. To attend a wedding. C. To have a family get－together. ( )7. What is the man going to do next? A. Buy a small car. B. Talk to the policeman. C. Move his car. 听第 7 段材料，回答第 8 至 10 题。 ( )8. What is the man complaining about? A. There is too much dust. B. There is too much noise. C. There is too much traffic. ( )9. What do we know about the road near the man's house? A. Its condition is not good. B. Its construction has been completed. C. It is being constructed. ( )10. What suggestion does the woman give to the man? A. Showing the truth to the media. B. Holding a neighborhood meeting. C. Collecting money for the construction. 听第 8 段材料，回答第 11 至 13 题。 ( )11. What's the probable relationship between the two speakers? A. Couple. B. Workmates. C. Friends. ( )12. What does the man like? A. Saving money. B. Shopping. C. Reading. ( )13. How much did the woman spend on a T－shirt this month?
A. $15. B. $50. C. $300. 听第 9 段材料，回答第 14 至 16 题。 ( )14. What will the woman do? A. Have a class. B. Have a test. C. Attend a meeting. ( )15. Why does the man come to see the woman? A. To give his drawings. B. To ask for permission for a course. C. To borrow drawing books with her works. ( )16. When will the woman give the man a reply? A. Tomorrow. B. This evening. C. The day after tomorrow. 听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题。 ( )17. What does the speaker probably do? A. A guide. B. A doctor. C. A host. ( )18. What can we learn from the passage? A. The poisoning rate has dropped in recent years. B. Some of the poisonings result from cleaning liquid. C. Most poisonings take place in the workplace. ( )19. What may be the sign of poisoning? A. Burns in the eyes. B. A sudden feeling of weakness. C. An unusual smell from the mouth. ( )20. What should we do if we find someone showing the signs of poisoning? A. Send him to hospital at once. B. Remove anything from his mouth. C. Give him water and medicine. 第二部分：英语知识运用(共两节，满分 35 分) 第一节：单项填空(共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 分) 请认真阅读下面各题，从题中所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项。 ( )21. The Nobel Prize in ________ Literature 2012 was awarded to Mo Yan, ________ Chinese writer, which was occupying most part of the front page of media. A. a; the B. /；the C. the; a D. /；a ( )22. After the 8.0－magnitude(八级) earthquake, a lot of people lost ________ with their relatives. A. content B. context C. contact D. contest ( )23. — Did you watch the live broadcast of Gangnam Style last night? — Yes, I ________ so excited for a long time. A. didn't feel B. wasn't felt C. haven't felt D. hadn't felt ( )24. All the people in the two countries are expecting there ________ a chance for the two presidents to make an agreement on the issue ________ right now. A. to be; to be discussed B. being; being discussed C. to be; being discussed D. is; discussed ( )25. — Adam is our best friend. He ________ us. — What a pity! He didn't get our invitation. A. need have joined B. could have joined C. must have joined D. can have joined ( )26. — Farmers go to big cities ________ to seek their fortunes. — That's why the population in the urban area is booming.
A. in some cases B. in large numbers C. in large part D. in great demand ( )27. — Sharon is said to have spent two years in Paris. — ________？ She can't speak even a word of French and she has never mentioned anything about France. A. Why not B. So what C. What for D. How come ( )28. — There's no need to try to ________ others purposely, otherwise we will lose ourselves. — I can't agree more. A. submit to B. object to C. cater to D. adjust to ( )29. —Why hasn't the baby－sitter turned up yet? — She just ________ come for such a small salary. What can I do about it? A. won't B. shan't C. mustn't D. can't ( )30. — What do you think of the Oscar－winning film The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo? — I think it is so wonderful a hit ________ most film fans are crazy about. A. that B. which C. as D. so ( )31. Their friendship failure is closely related ________ others' privacy. A. to his not respecting B. his not to respect C. to not his respecting D. his not to respecting ( )32. ________， the majority of the students have no trouble understanding it. A. As complicated the sentence is B. Complicated as the sentence is C. As the sentence is complicated D. Complicated as is the sentence ( )33. Chinese farmers' income grows by four percent ________， at which speed their living standards will be greatly improved. A. annually B. actually C. eventually D. especially ( )34. North Korea has announced that it has successfully launched a man－made satellite, and it is ________ some countries are surprised at. A. what B. which C. that D. where ( )35. — Jenny owed her failing to fulfill her task to the old equipment in the company. — I don't think so. ________． A. A bad tree does not yield good apples B. A bird in hand is worth two in a bush C. A bad workman blames his tools D. A man is known by the company he keeps 第二节：完形填空(共 20 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 20 分) 请认真阅读下面短文，从短文后各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项。 We sat, as always, front and center, four rows from the stage so we could have that all－ important perfect view of our son performing. And, of course, so I could get ideal __36__ of the concert. It was late May. My wife and I sat there feeling rather sorrowful, thinking of the same things but sitting __37__， keeping thoughts to ourselves. This was our youngest's __38__ high school concert—and to our sad __39__ it was also ours. Where had the time gone? Just yesterday, he'd been sitting next to us, watching first his sister, then his older brother __40__ in some music or sporting event. Now we were watching and videotaping our youngest, a __41__ in high school, nearing graduation. Mamaroneck High School has a wonderful ceremony each year: to __42__ the annual spring concert by honoring the graduating seniors, calling them each to the __43__ with a few words
about their experience and __44__ they are each going next. College! My wife and I sat there quietly; proud, cheerful, __45__ misty－eyed. We were sad. As we walked out looking for our son, we saw him standing with his closest friends, arm in arm, posing(摆姿势) for the parent photos. He came over to us; we __46__ as we always do after a concert, telling him how proud we were, how awesome he was. But we __47__ that he was having a bit of a(n) __48__ time. He had tears in his eyes. We asked if he was OK. He looked at us, holding back __49__， and said, “I just can't believe it's __50__. It's really sad.” I looked at my son, feeling proud that he was comfortable showing his emotions among his friends who were also clearly __51__. And I remembered the words I said to my wife a few years earlier：“You're lucky to be sad.” When it __52__ to family, my wife and I have been treasuring our home－life, watching our kids grow up, being a part of their __53__. I realize how lucky we've all been to have had the times we've had and to be the close family we've become. Next week, our young Rob __54__ from Mamaroneck High School. We will be sad. But we know how __55__ we are to feel the way we do. ( )36. A. places B. photos C. impression D. appreciation ( )37. A. attentively B. excitedly C. nervously D. quietly ( )38. A. first B. second C. third D. last ( )39. A. regret B. surprise C. disbelief D. depression ( )40. A. behave B. perform C. conduct D. accompany ( )41. A. primary B. junior C. senior D. superior ( )42. A. accomplish B. attend C. begin D. conclude ( )43. A. hall B. office C. stage D. square ( )44. A. where B. when C. which D. how ( )45. A. and B. but C. or D. so ( )46. A. hugged B. congratulated C. rewarded D. greeted ( )47. A. realized B. noticed C. observed D. suspected ( )48. A. casual B. anxious C. tough D. desperate ( )49. A. anxiety B. emotions C. tears D. anger ( )50. A. over B. back C. gone D. done ( )51. A. cheered up B. held up C. picked up D. choked up ( )52. A. refers B. comes C. turns D. relates ( )53. A. families B. feelings C. lives D. futures ( )54. A. graduates B. separates C. benefits D. splits ( )55. A. honored B. pleased C. shabby D. lucky 第三部分：阅读理解(共 15 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 30 分) 请认真阅读下列短文，从短文后各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项。 A
BEIJING, Dec. 1 (Xinhua)— Confucius Institute Headquarters(Handan) and the China Post Group on Saturday jointly issued two pieces of special stamps on the Confucius Institutes, which have sprung up across the world since 2004. The photo taken on Dec. 1， 2012 shows the newly issued special stamps of Confucius Institute in Handan City, north China's Hebei Province. China Post Group issued nationwide a set of special stamps of Confucius Institute themed “interaction” and “teaching” on Saturday. (Xinhua/Wang Jiuzhong) The stamps featuring the theme of exchange and teaching were the first such stamps ever issued by China Post. After the issue of the stamps, a great deal of stamp－collecting fans rushed to purchase a set to perfect their collections, which was beyond expectations. Over the past eight years, China has promoted the establishment of the Chinese－language schools all over the world, in an effort to boost friendly ties and spread Chinese culture, said Xu Lin, head of Handan. Confucius Institute Headquarters has founded 400 Confucius Institutes and more than 500 Confucius Classrooms in 108 foreign countries since 2004, in cooperation with local educational institutions, Xu said. ( )56. Which of the following is closest in meaning to the underlined word “interaction”？ A. Entertainment. B. Learning. C. Exchange. D. Creation. ( )57. What's the purpose of the promotion for setting up Confucius Institutes across the world? A. To make Confucius known all over the world B. To promote friendship and spread Chinese culture. C. To sell more stamps and bring in more money. D. To co－operate closely with China Post Group. ( )58. What does the news report mainly tell us ? A. China issues special stamps for Confucius Institutes. B. China has established Confucius Institute Headquarters. C. Confucius Institutes have issued their own stamps. D. Confucius Institutes are popular at home and abroad. B Loren Gladstone of Toronto is 58, but thinking over how to bequeath (遗赠) his digital property. Doing the paperwork after his parents' death was a challenge. “When my time comes, I wonder if my children will even know what paper is，” he says. As a software developer, his virtual property is both valuable and vital to his business. That reflects a problem. Online lives have increasing economic and emotional value. But testamentary (遗嘱) laws offer confusing and incomplete ways of bequeathing and inheriting them. Digital property may include software, websites, downloaded content, online gaming indentities, social－media accounts and even e－mails. In Britain alone holdings of digital music may be worth over ￡9 billion ($14 billion). A fifth of respondents to a Chinese local－newspaper survey said they had over 5，000 yuan($790) of digital property. And value does not lie only in money.“Anyone with kids under 14 years old probably has two prints of them and the rest are in online galleries，” says Nathan Lustig of Entrustet, a company that helps people manage digital property.
Service providers have different rules—and few state them clearly in their terms and conditions. Many give users a personal right to use an account, but nobody else, even after death. Facebook allows relatives to close an account or turn it into a memorial page. Gmail (run by Google) will provide copies of e－mails to an executor (遗嘱执行人). Music downloaded via iTunes is held under a licence which can be abolished on death. Apple declined to comment on the record on this or other policies. All e－mail and data on its iCloud service are deleted on the death of the owner. This has led to cases to court in America. In 2004 the family of Justin Ellsworth, an army man killed in Iraq, took Yahoo! to court in Michigan to get copies of his e－mails. This year, a court in Oregon ruled that another American mother whose son had died could use her dead son's password to enter his Facebook account for a short period. Now five American states have made laws giving executors control over the social－networking accounts of dead users. But this raises the subject of privacy. Passing music on is one thing; not everyone may want their relatives to read their e－mails. Colin Pearson, a London－based lawyer, says access should come only with a clear provision in a will. But laws, wills and password safes may be contrary to the providers' terms of service, especially when the executor is in one country and the data in another. Headaches for the living—and lots of lovely work for lawyers. ( )59. Why does Loren begin to think over how to bequeath his digital property at the age of 58? A. Because he is afraid his children don't know what paper is. B. Because there's no complete law dealing with digital property. C. Because his digital property is of great value and importance. D. Because he is worried his children will be taken to court. ( )60. Which of the following can be inferred from the passage? A. Digital property is assessed in terms of nothing except money. B. No laws in America have been made to deal with digital property. C. The relatives may read the e－mail of the dead without permission. D. Lawyers can make money through cases about digital property. ( )61. Facebook, Google and Apple have a similar rule that ________． A. users are offered accounts used by nobody else except users themselves B. relatives of the dead may close an account or use it at their own will C. the executor may enter the e－mail and read it by themselves at any time D. the data downloaded by the dead will be copied and then deleted from net ( )62. Which of the following can best serve as the title of the passage? A. Digital Information B. Testamentary Laws C. Deathless Data D. Vital Property C
( )63. To buy tickets ahead of time to visit Windsor Castle, you can ________． A. go to the royal collection B. sign up for an e－Newsletter C. dial 020 7766 7304 D. call 020 7766 7324 ( )64. If a couple with 2 sons aged 16 visit Windsor Castle, how much should they pay for the admission? A. ￡54.4. B. ￡51.4. C. ￡54.95. D. ￡44.75. ( )65. If you have converted(转换) your ticket into a 1－Year Pass, you can ________ for a year from the date of your first visit. A. visit Windsor Castle many times for free B. visit Windsor Castle once again for free C. enter Windsor Castle directly without tickets D. receive a stamp after visiting Windsor Castle ( )66. Which of the following statements about Windsor Castle is NOT true? A. The opening times are different during the year. B. Windsor Castle is a palace where royal members work. C. St George's Chapel is accessible to visitors every night. D. The opening arrangements often change without notice. D Of all the planets, Venus is often our nearest neighbor. Its orbit brings it closer to Earth than any other planet—only 26 million miles away at certain times. Despite this fact, for a long time it was generally said to be “the planet of mystery”. This is because the atmosphere of Venus is so thick and so much cloud is it covered with that its surface is permanently hidden from sight. In size and mass, Venus is almost the equal of Earth, and its gravitational field(引力场) is only slightly weaker than ours, so that logically it might be expected to have the same kind of
atmosphere—but this is obviously not so. Scientists found that the main material of its atmosphere is carbon dioxide. Since this is a heavy gas that would be expected to sink, it was reasonable to assume that carbon dioxide makes most of the atmosphere down to the ground level. Carbon dioxide acts in the manner of a greenhouse, trapping the Sun's heat, so it follows that Venus is likely to be a very hot sort of world. Yet opinions used to differ. According to one theory, the clouds contained a great deal of water. It was even claimed that the surface might be largely ocean covered, in which case the atmospheric carbon dioxide would have polluted the water and produced seas of soda water. Another interesting theory made Venus very similar to the Earth of over 200 million years ago. There_would_be_mud,_plenty_of_vegetation,_and_primitive_life_forms_such_as_giant_dragonfli es. If so, then Venus might probably evolve the same way Earth has done. In 1962 the American probe(探测器) Mariner 2 passed by Venus at less than 22，000 miles and gave us our first reliable information. The surface proved to be very hot indeed; we now know that the maximum temperature is almost 500℃. The atmosphere really is almost pure carbon dioxide, and those shining clouds are rich in sulfuric acid(硫酸). All ideas of a pleasant, oceanic Venus had to be abandoned. The scene—a rocky, burnt landscape—could hardly be worse. Some later probes have confirmed this impression. Why is Venus so unlike Earth? The answer can only lie in its nearer distance from the Sun. In the early days the Sun was less bright than it is now. Venus and Earth may have had the same temperature, but when the Sun became more powerful, the whole situation changed. Earth, at 93 million miles, was just out of harm's way, but Venus, at 67 million, was not. In a relatively short time on the cosmic(宇宙的) scale, Venus was transformed from a potentially life－bearing world into the terrible globe of today. ( )67. The author writes the passage mainly to ________． A. tell us the possibility of living on another planet B. criticize the lack of research on the mystery C. show the principle of researching into planets D. introduce some scientific researches into Venus ( )68. If what the underlined sentence in Paragraph 3 conveys were right, which of the following statements could be WRONG about Venus? A. The environment is generally warm and wet. B. The atmosphere is pure carbon dioxide. C. It is possible for evolution to occur. D. Some living things are able to fly with ease. ( )69. From the 4th paragraph, we can know ________． A. the contents of the discovery surprised the scientists B. the earlier opinions proved to be unreliable C. the probe allowed scientists to form a new theory D. the data confirmed a long standing theory ( )70. According to the last paragraph, the author was quite ________ of the reason for the difference between Earth and Venus. A. certain B. tentative C. skeptical D. ambiguous 第Ⅱ卷(非选择题 共 35 分) 第四部分：任务型阅读(共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分)
请认真阅读下列短文， 并根据所读内容在文章后表格中的空格里填入一个最恰当的单词。 注意：每个空格只填 1 个单词。 New students starting their time at university are known as freshers and freshers'week is a UK university tradition. It's an introductory week for the new students to find their way around and get to know what student life has to offer. The official purpose of freshers' week is for all students to register for their course and organize their timetables as well as to help them settle into their new accommodation. There's also another purpose: it's a great opportunity to really start to get involved in university life and have some fun. You will meet hundreds of people who you will probably never see again, but you never know, you might even meet a friend for life. I talked to two freshers to find out about their experience. John, Sheffield University “The great thing about freshers' week is you have a whole week before the start of your courses to move into your room and meet some friends. My mum and dad dropped me off with all my bags and when they left I felt a bit sad and lonely. I decided to leave my door open while I was unpacking and it didn't take long for Sarah to knock on the door and say hello. We got talking for a bit and had a cup of tea and then we decided to go out and explore the city. The next day we went along to registration together with a few other people we'd met the night before. It was all so much easier because I wasn't doing things on my own. I had to wait in line for a long time with loads of other students, but finally I got through all the paperwork and made my choices about the courses I was going to study. Then I went over to the Student Union to see what there was on offer there. The Student Union is great because you can buy cheap food and drink and they have lots of other facilities, such as a shop, student advice centre, photocopiers, a laundry and a job shop. In fact that's where I found out about jobs in the university restaurant. I'm really glad I did because now I have some extra cash.” Gemma, Southampton University “Freshers' week was so exciting. There were lots of things to go to in the evening and I met so many people. I went out every night, to discos, pubs, quizzes, karaoke and all the other things going on at the students union. I loved the freshers' fair, which is where you can find out about all the student clubs and societies. I wanted to join everything, but in the end I joined the dance society, hillwalking society and surfing society. I probably should have joined just one of two clubs as now I find I don't have time to go to all their events. The highlight for me, though, was the freshers' disco. I had a brilliant time. I suppose I went a bit crazy really and spent an awful lot of money! I had to really economise for the rest of the term to make up for all the money I spent in freshers' week.” Freshers' Week in UK Universities
Definition Freshers' week is an introductory week for freshers to get(71)______ with the university life （72） Freshers will register for their course, get their timetables
(73)______ and settle into their new accommodationFreshers will make use of the chance to get involved in university life and (74)______ themselves Examples John got to know Sarah. They
went to registration together.Having (75)______ for a long time, they got through all the paperwork and (76) ________ the courses they were going to study. Now John can make some (77)______ by working in the university restaurantGemma was so excited, having great fun, with so many things (78)______ on. She (79)______ three societies, but she had to economise to make up for all the money (80)______ during the freshers' week
第五部分：书面表达(满分 25 分)
右面这幅图片展现了赠人玫瑰的情景。 请根据你对这幅图片的理解， 用英语写一篇短文。 你的短文应包含以下内容： 1. 描述图片内容，如情景、寓意等； 2. 结合自身体会，谈谈助人的原因和好处； 3. 举例说明你自己平时如何帮助别人。 注意： 1. 可参照图中文字及下面文章开头所给提示，作必要的发挥想象。 2. 词数 150 左右。开头已经写好，不计入总词数。 3. 作文中不得提及有关考生个人身份的任何信息，如校名和人名等。 Whether to help others is an issue concerning everyone. Some people hold the view that helping others will cause trouble to us unexpectedly，________ ________ ________ ________
英语参考答案及听力材料 听力 1～5 20 BCAAB 6～10 BCBCB 11～15 ACBCB 16～
ACBCB 单项填空 21～25 完形填空 36～40 BDDCB 41～45 CDCAB 46～50 ABCCA DCDCB 26～30 BDCAC 31～35 ABAAC
阅读理解 56～58 DBBA 任务型阅读 71. familiar 75. queued/waited 80. spent 72. Purposes/Aims 76. chose 73. organized 78. going 74. enjoy 79. joined CBA 59～62 BDAC 63～66 CDBD 67～70
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others think it a traditional virtue to aid others. As is vividly shown in the picture, roses given, fragrance in hand, which means helping others is beneficial both to others and ourselves. It's a pity that people are becoming more and more indifferent to each other. We should help others because everyone needs help no matter what he does. If we lend a helping hand to others, we will be offered help when we have difficulty. What's more, we will feel happy because of our kindness. That's to say, helping others is helping us and we can take pleasure in offering help, which contributes to building a harmonious society. Therefore, don't hesitate to help others. How can we help others? Personally, I'm supposed to be concerned about those
who're in trouble. I can work as a volunteer, a donator or even as a good listener. Sometimes a few encouraging words could make a difference.
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