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广西省南宁市 2013 届高三第三次适应性测试

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第一部分 听力(共两节,满分 30 分) 做题时,先将答案标在试卷上,录音结束后,你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的答案转涂 到答题卡上。 第一节 (共 5 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 7.5 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 1 0 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's Tom going to Shanghai? A.By air. B.By car. C.By train. 2.At what time will the second film begin? A.8:00 B.8:15 C.8:50 3.Where does this conversation probably take place? A.In a restaurant. B.In an office. C.In a bookstore . 4.What are the speakers talking about? A.Hobbies. B.Careers. C.Trips. 5.What is the man doing now? A.Watching TV. B Listening to music. C.Talking on the phone. 第二节 (共 15 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 22.5 分) 听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给出的 A、B、C 三 个选项中请选出最佳选项,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,各个小题给出 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、7 题。 6.Why did Mr.Cooper go to Beijing? A.To visit a friend.

B.To have a vacation. C.To attend a meeting. 7.When does Tom plan to discuss with Mr . Cooper ? A.Next Tuesday morning. B.Next Tuesday afternoon. C.Next Thursday afternoon. 听第 7 段材料 ,回答第 8、9 题 。 8.What did the woman think of the apartment? A.Just so-so. B.Quite satisfactory. C.A bit disappointing. 9.What kind of bedroom would the woman like? A.A big one. B.A medium one. C.A small one. 听第 8 段材料 ,回答第 10 至 12 题。 10.What is the man speaker? A.A doctor. B.A student. C.A player. 11.Why does the man go to Mrs.Smith's office? A.To see a doctor. B.To find his school ID card. C.To have a health examination. 12.What does Mrs.Smith advise the man to do? A.To exercise regularly. B.To eat less than usual. C.To sleep as soon as early. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 1 3 至 1 6 题。 13.What might be the relationship between the speakers? A.Classmates. B.Mother and son. C.Teacher and student. 14.How many times has the man speaker missed his lessons? A.8 B.6 C.2 15.How does the man speaker like the lessons? A.Boring. B.Interesting. C.Important. 16.What will the woman do afterwards? A.Make a new visa for the man. B.Help the man with his lesson. C.Tell the man's father about it. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 1 7 至 20 题。 17.Why was John Thomas surprised when seeing the photo? A.Because its workers were quite old. B.Because its workers were mostly women. C.Because its working conditions were too bad. 18.What can we know about Irene Stearns? A.She was the manager of the factory. B.She helped sell the guitars in the store. C.She made guitar strings in the factory. 19.What can we infer about the American female guitar makers? A.They went off to war with men bravely.

B.They were looked downed upon in the past. C.They were better at making guitars than men. 20.What is the passage mainly about? A.The History of World War Two B.The development of Gibson Guitar C.The Women of Gibson Guitars' Past 第二部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分 45 分) 第一节 单项填空(共 1 5 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出可以填人空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂 黑。 21.—Sorry, I have to hang up now.It's time for class. —OK, A.You can make it. B.I'm on your side. C.I'll call back later. D.I'm also tired of it. 22 . Margaret Thatcher, famous figure in British 20th century politics, died at age of 87 after suffering a stroke . A.the; / B.a; a C.a; the D./; the 23.That evening, she had a dream where this set of poem was presented to her, inspired by things she in the day. A.had seen B.would see C.was seeing D.has seen 24.It does not matter we play football with; we can beat them if we're determined. A.who B.what C.when D.where 25.This supermarket is popular, and there're very few, , complaints about their service. A.if never B.if so C.if any D.if anything 26.Tony has bought the apartment, he can enjoy the beautiful evening scene of Nanning City. A.what B.which C.from which D.where 27.China's efforts on food production and safety will ____ after the new food law is introduced. A.show off B.turn off C.put off D.pay off 28.Opposing Views.com, in 2007, is an independent media site that publishes original journalism on politics, sports and so on. A.found B.founding C.founded D.to be founded 29.Obviously, the advantage we take of solar energy is _ enough.We have to work still harder. A.far from B.along with C.next to D.out of 30. Children deserve a sporting chance, so our suggestion is that physical education be listed as a part of the college entrance exams. A.shall B.should C . will D.must 31.Many people live in big cities where they can get access to plenty of water resources.But

of them is healthy for drinking. A.no one B.nothing C.neither D.none 32.Shanghai had 10 H7N9 cases up to Sunday evening, with four in death. A.being resulted B.resulting C.resulted D.to result 33.School uniforms must be double-checked before being handed to students following an incident last month where they _ to contain cancer-causing dyes. A.will be discovered B.will discover C.were discovered D.discovered 34.It is one thing to know something of a foreign language, but it is another to master it. A.quite B.very C.rather D.much 35.We first met in New York, if my memory me. A. eat B.served C.held D.broke 第二节 完形填空(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,选出可以填入空白 处的最 佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 Are you lighting your candle? 53-year-old Rebecca is speaking to her grandchildren, “When I was a little girl ,my 36 gave me a tall white candle.thought it was the most beautiful thing I’d 37 see in my life.saved it in I I my drawer 38 Some important event, although I can’t imagine now 39 that would have been for .And Aunt Ida would ask me , 40 , “ Have you ever burned that Candle ?” I’d say , “No , not yet .I’m saving it .” Then one day , oh, maybe three or four years later, I 41 it in my drawer.It had turned all yellow and melted out of shape I’d never seen it 42 and never would.So ever since that time, I light my Candles any 43 I get. One of my readers, Jennie Floyd, told me this story and added that she had a 44 experience with a gift candle she saved 45 it melted in the drawer."And I have been lighting my candles ever since!" Jennie said, "I earned my 46 ." Are you lighting your candles? Are you enjoying each day to the 47 ? Or do you put off living for some future 48 ? Just as Benjamin Franklin 49 it, one today is worth two tomorrows.I’m sure that he knew the 50 of lighting candles and living fully before it's too 51 . I've decided to 52 my candles today.I've decided to find reasons to 53 each day as if it were all I had.And if "my candles" burn all the way down, that's okay.For l will 54 them with life-long memories which somehow I know, will be a good 55 .Do it today ! 36.A.father B.teacher C.aunt D.sister 37.A.always B.often C.never D.ever 38.A.from B.for C.on D.during 39.A.when B.which C.what D.whether 40.A.now and then B.more or less C.sooner or later D . at the same time 41.A.made sure B.came across C.cared about D.focused upon

42.A.turn B.change C.burn D.fail 43.A.hope B.shape C.balance D.chance 44.A.similar B.different C.familiar D.terrible 45.A.once B.until C.unless D.before 46.A.opinions B.choice C.effort D.lesson 47.A.deepest B.fullest C.least D.farthest 48.A.date B.answer C.result D.offer 49.A.makes B.gets C.means D.puts 50.A.models B.advantages C.value D.functions 51.A.late B.early C.available D.natural 52.A.discover B.light C.share D.collect 53.A.consider B.waste C.develop D.enjoy 54.A.help B.imagine C.replace D.give 55.A.trade B.deed C.opportunity D.conclusion 第三部分 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 He has breakfast at 2 a.m.because Johnny Barnes, Mr.Happy Man, has work to do.From 4 to 10 a. , greets commuters m. he (每日往返上班者) they drive by on their way to work. as For years he worked as an electrician on the Bermuda railway and drove buses.When he retired, he still wanted to feel useful.So he positions himself on a patch of grass next to a roundabout that leads into Hamilton, Bermuda's largest city.He smiles and waves at every single person who passes by.He tells them he loves them - and means it. In the Matt Morris's short documentary, he says: I'm just little Johnny Barnes. just a little , small instrument in the hand of God be used any I'm way he feels fit.What I do every day , 2:00 in the morning I'm getting my break fast.You're still sleeping [he tells the interviewer] , I guess. From 20 to four until ten I stand on the corner and just greet people, let them know that life is sweet and beautiful. No matter what happens in life, it's always sweet to be alive. No matter what the weather is like , he is there from Monday to Friday , spreading love. On the rare occasion he is not there , people call the radio station to see if he is OK.. He was 88 when the film was posted in 2012.Every day he was spreading love, straight from his generous heart. So well known and beloved is Barnes that the city of Hamilton built up a statue in his honour.The figure wears the same full beard and straw hat that are Barnes's trademarks.So even when the day comes for the real Johnny Barnes to pass from this life, his smile and his memory will still be at that corner, spreading love to every passer—by. 56.Why does Johnny Barnes smile and wave at every passer-by? A.To remind people to keep traffic rules. B.To make himself famous and beloved. C.To spread his love and encouragement. D.To act in Matt Morris's documentary. 57.What can we know about Johnny Barnes? A.He remains, working 12 hours a day. B.He used to work as a bus conductor.

C.He died at the age of 88 in Hamilton. D.A statue was built in honour of him. 58.The attitude of people in Hamilton towards such a behavior is . A.unfavorable B.approving C.doubtful D. cautious 59.Which of the following is the best title for the passage? A.Mr.Happy Man B.Beautiful Struggle C.A Special Statue D.Memorable Travels B Security Services advise that there have been robberies reported in the East Oxford area, carried out by a group and involving threats of and showing of a knife.The victims have all been young males of student age and appearance who have been walking alone between 7 pm and the early hours of the morning.Some of the victims have been followed from the O2 and the Regal Hotel. The Crime Prevention Advisor offers the following advice: ● If possible walk home in a group, not on your own.If someone tries to take something from you by force, it may be best to give it to them, this way it will avoid you getting injured. ● If someone tries to follow you, make for a public place, such as a shop or a restaurant or walk towards other people.Make lots of noise and use your personal alarm to shock the person and use this opportunity to make your escape.If you need to use your mobile phone on route go into a shop or stand with your back to a shop window and constantly survey the area around you.Keep the conversation short and to the point and try not to be too obvious doing it. ● Walk with confidence and look as though you're on a mission.Keep your head up and while you should look ahead to avoid unnecessary conflicts, such as a group of young men a-head of you, you should also be aware of everything around you.Whenever possible use well lit and busy streets and definitely avoid alleyways, wasteland and other quiet short cuts. If you have any information relating to these crimes, please call Crime Stoppers on 0800 555 111 or call Thames Valley Police on 101 for non-emergency reporting. 60.What is mainly described in the text? A.A kind of security service. B.How to prevent the crime. C.How to fight for the crime. D.Safety on the streets at nights. 61.The O2 is the name of _____. A.a gas B.a stadium C.a city D.a magazine 62.Which of the following is TRUE according to the text? A.Call Thames Valley Police on 101 when reporting an emergency. B.The victims are all young students walking home alone at night. C.Better give what you take to robbers when robbed of something. D.Choose quiet short cuts and you'll avoid being robbed successfully. 63.Where does this text probably come from? A.Traffic regulations. B.An advertisement. C.A news report. D.A university website. C Joan, super visor (检查员) of the town's morals recently accused George, a local man, of having a drinking problem because she noticed his car outside the town's only bar. reasoned, She it was a logical assumption (逻辑假设) .George stared at her for a moment and said nothing.Later that evening, he parked his car in front of her house and left it there all night.

Why is it that so many of our logical assumptions are just plain wrong? And why do we want to act as if they must be true? In an age long before the Internet, a young American at a party found himself seated next to the famous Chinese diplomat Wellington Koo.Completely not knowing what to say to someone from such a different culture, this young man turned and asked, "Likee soupee?" After all, he assumed, don't all Chinese speak in broken English? Mr.Koo smiled and nodded.Later when called upon to speak, Wellington Koo delivered a wonderful talk in fluent English, sat down while the applause was still continuing, turned to the young man and whispered, "Likee speechee?" Do you know why red roses are so popular? Men keep buying them.They assume that all women prefer red roses.But when women are asked what color of rose is their favorite, they are more likely to answer that they prefer yellow, white or peach.And when asked what kind of flowers they would prefer to receive, the answer is generally not roses at all.The age-old assumption that most women like red roses best is simply not true. We all make assumptions. They're too often wrong and can easily get us into trouble. here So is what I've learned: when in doubt, check it out.And if I'm not in doubt, I still check it out.We may think we know.But what we know may not be so.So it's best to check it out. 64.According to the passage, we can know George is _____. A.clever B.honest C.kind-hearted D.bad-tempered 65.Wellington Koo's experience is mentioned to show ______. A.his talent in speaking English B.people's assumption can be false C.the Chinese were looked down on D . his humor in doing with difficult situations 66.Red roses are so popular at the market in that ______. A.women prefer red roses. B.women like the red color best. C.they smell pleasant than others. D.men think women would like them. 67.How is this passage mainly developed? A.By giving examples. B.By presenting research results. C.By analyzing causes. D.By making comparisons. D Carrying everything they need on their backs, three friends from England are setting out to run 39 marathons across Eastern Europe. Tom, Rob and Guy ran the Marathon des Sables last year and were looking for another challenge. Where do you go from there?" asks Tom. Then someone said, "Run 1,000 miles". And the idea was born. The three friends are running from Odessa in Ukraine to Dubrovnik in Croatia in 30 days, to raise awareness of child trafficking(拐卖) and to raise & 50,000 for the charity Love 146. The money will enab4 Love 146 to bui4 a home in the UK to provide specialist aftercare to victims of child trafficking. The run - the equivalent of 39 marathons in 30 days - will take in nine different countries and pass through some of Eastern Europe's most remote terrain(地形), without the help of support vehicles or medical aid.The three men will carry everything they need, sleeping where they can and finding food and water along the way. "What really inspires us is the idea that people will join us at various points along the way,

Forrest Gump-style," says Tom. that sounds like your idea of fun, it's not too late to sign up on If their website and join them for a spot of extreme fundraising over the next month.The aim is to arrive in Dubrovnik on 3 May. Only days before they set off, I asked Tom what his biggest concern was at this late Stage. ‘‘The cold," he said. “We hadn't imagined Europe would be this cold in April. Some nights the plan is to sleep outside in the camping bags.I'm terrified about the weather." 68.Why did the three friends run across Eastern Europe? A.To look for a challenge. B.To raise money for charity. C.To experience Forrest Gump-style. D.To change people's attitudes on running. 69.W at can we know about Love 146? A.It focuses on child trafficking. B.It has many branches in the UK. C.It is run by Tom, Rob and Guy. D.It provides kids with medical aid. 70.Which of the following was a challenge for Tom in the run? A.The cold weather. B.The long distance. C.The tough terrain D.The necessary aids. 71.What is the purpose of this text? A.To solve a problem B.To get more people to join in. C.To tell an interesting story. D.To present a research result. E It is a beautiful evening in May.The lights shine and float(浮动) across the surface of the water.The yachts(游艇) are like floating nightclubs moving to the sound of the music, the laughter, and joyous mood of the parties.If it's May in Cannes, then it must be the Cannes Film Festival. The Hollywood Oscars are the most famous film awards in the world.They receive the most publicity and they are the awards of which the public is most aware.However, they occur on one night of the year. and no films are shown. Cannes Film Festival is an annual film festival held The in Cannes, France, which previews new films of all.genres from around the world.It lasts for almost two weeks, shows many films and is regarded by many who work in the film industry as the most important film.festival in the world. In the 1930s, the French minister for education put forward the idea for an international film festival.In 1947, the festival was held in Cannes with sixteen countries taking part and the Cannes Festival, as we know it today, was born.A committee chooses films from countries all over the world.During the festival, a panel of judges chooses the best films in many different categories, for example best film, best short film or best film made by a student. The setting for the festival adds to its beauty.Cannes is located on the French Riviera, which enjoys an average of 12 hours of sunshine a day in May and has mild winters. festival benefits The from the weather and all the usual attractions can be seen. the festival. at Cannes is also famous for its luxury restaurants and shops.It's not unusual to be sitting in a restaurant and to look across at the next table and see film stars and directors with their friends. 72.The opening paragraph is mainly intended to . A.describe the beauty and luxury of Cannes B.attract the readers' interest in the subject

C.show great respect for the yachts designer D.stress the importance of the film festival 73.In what way is the Cannes Film Festival different from the Hollywood Oscars? A.It's more popular to the public. B.Films will be shown during it. C.It has a much earlier origin. D.It's held every other year. 74.During the Cannes Film Festival, you _ . A.will pay less for your restaurants B.can visit all the attractions for free C.can run into popular film stars easily D . must protect yourself from cold weather 75.What does "setting" mean in the last paragraph? A.Stage setting for the film festival. B.Geographic position of Cannes. C.Table services for visitors. D.The environment of Cannes.

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第四部分 写作(共两节,满分 35 分) 第一节 短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 此题要求改正所给短文中的错误。对标有题号的每一行作出判断:如无错误,则在该行 右边横线上画出一个勾(√) ;如有错误(每行只有一个错误) ,则按下列情况改正: 此行多一个词:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉,在此行右边横线上写出该词,并也用斜 线划掉; 此行缺一个词:在缺词处加一个漏字符号( ? ) ,在此行右边横线上写出该加的词; 该行错一个词:在错的词下划一横线,在该行右边横线上写出改正后的词。 注意:原行没有错的不要改。 The Grand Canal is the longest canal in the world.It 76. runs from Beijing to Hangzhou, by a distance of nearly 77. 1,800 kilometres.Most rivers in China run from.western to 78. east, so the ancient rulers found necessary to dig a canal 79. that run from the south to the north.In the year 605 AD, 80. Emperor Yang Guang ordered the canal to be dug.Dig such 81. a long canal was very difficult.3.6 million of people worked 82. on them and in less than a year over half of them lost their 83. lives.Before the construction was completed, the Grand 84. Canal has been playing an important roles in transport. 85. 假设你是高三学生李华,面临毕业,你发现许多学生正准备把旧课本当废品扔掉,你认 为这 样很浪费,请用英语根据下列要点给某英语报社写一封信,并针对此现象提出建议。 信中应包括以下内容:1.说明写信目的; 2.批评该行为; 3.提出建议(如分类整理;收藏;赠送…) 。 注意:1.词数 100 左右,开头语已为你写好; 2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。 Dear Editor. I am Li Hua, a student from Class l, Senior 3.I'm writing to draw your attention to

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