山东省冠县武训高中 2013 届高三 12 月第二次测试 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。共 150 分。考试用时 120 分钟。 第一卷（三部分，共 105 分） 注意事项： 1．答第一卷前，考生务必将自己的姓名、准考证号、考试科目用铅笔涂写在答题卡上。 2．每小题选出答案后，用铅笔把答题卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑。如需改动，用橡皮擦干净
后，再选涂其他答案标号。不能答在试卷上。 3．考试结束，考生将本试卷和答题卡一并交回。 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。录音内容结束后，你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的答案转涂到 答题卡上。 第二部分：英语知识运用（共两节，满分 35 分） 第一节：语法和词汇知识（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。 21．In China, car is becoming popular means of transportation A．a; the B．a; 不填 C．the; the D．the; a 22． is expected that it will be fine tomorrow, when we can do some outdoor activities． A． As B． It C． That D． Which 23． — I regret to say that I have shouted at you the other day． — Forget it． I was a bit out of control myself． A． shouldn't B． mustn't C． couldn't D． mightn't 24． A small car is big enough for a family of three you need more space for baggage． A． once B． in case C． if D． unless 25． — Mr． Gordon asked me to remind you of the meeting this afternoon． Don't you forget it! — Ok, I ． A． won't B． don't C． will D． do 26. I'm interested in a one-bed room. Do you have any ？ A. convenient B. available C. possible D. personal 27. Not having worked out the problem, leave the office. A. so he was not allowed to B. and he didn't want to C. the teacher couldn't make him D. he couldn't free himself to 28. Who can tell me if there is a bookstall around I can buy a latest magazine? A. where B. which C. that D. what 29. Miss Jones once music at Bardon School for years and now is an actress.
A. has taught B. taught C. had taught D. teaches 30．--- Where did you meet the famous actress? --- It was in the supermarket we went shopping last Sunday. A．which B．that C．where D．there 31．--- My uncle suggests I abroad. --- I would rather you at home. A．go; stay B．went; stayed C．go; stayed D．went; stay 32. At the meeting, the professor _____ some good advice about bringing down the market price of housing． A. came about B. came up C. came up with D. came out 33. I prefer a street in a small town to ______ in such a large city as Shanghai. A. that B. it C. this D. one 34. The engineer is considering going to work in a coastal city, where he can get paid ______. A. as three times much B. as much three times C. much as three times D. three times as much 35. --- Madam, the two pairs of shoes are the new arrival of this season. --- Well , I like ______ of them. Do you have another pair? A. neither B. both C. either D. the other 第二节：完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 20 分） 阅读下面短文，掌握其大意，然后从第 36—55 各题所给的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中，选出最佳 选项，并在答题卷上将该选项标号涂黑。 I had just finished high school when a disaster hit our family. It was October 1962, and 36 was out of the question. So I found a job. In 1971, my employer announced only graduates would get 37 . My job seemed at a dead end unless I 38 further. And to graduate, I had to pass the higher secondary examination first. I 39 an admission form and rode to the Human Resource Management office. On arriving there, I was 40 ---I couldn’t find the form. It was the last day to 41 the form, and no blank forms were 42 at the office. I was standing there, disappointed, 43 an elderly gentleman asked me why I looked so 44 . I told him what happened, 45 , “Now I’ll have to wait another year.” “Well,” he said, “if you’re really serious about studying further, come with me. I have a 46 blank form at home.” It was 12:30 pm. The counter would 47 at 2 pm. His home was 10 km away and I had a slight 48 of going somewhere with a stranger. Anyway, this was my last chance. We reached his house on my bike. He advised me to remain 49 , and gave me a pen and the form. When it was 50 , he told me to rush back and 51 carefully. I reached the office at 1:58 pm. There were two people in line, waiting for their 52 . Just then, the counter official announced that no more forms would be 53 after mine. I breathed a sigh of 54 . I passed the exam and later got a bachelor’s degree. I also got the promotions. I 55 it all to the timely help from a true gentleman whose name I forgot to ask.
36. A. Education B. competition C. college D. employment 37. A. attention B. promotions C. prizes D. approval 38. A. Attempted B. explained C. studied D. worked 39. A. filled in B. stepped onto C. put down D. looked at 40. A. ashamed B. frightened C. embarrassed D. shocked 41. A. review B. submit C. find D. revise 42. A. appropriate B. available C. practical D. helpful 43. A. when B. before C. unless D. until 44. A. serious B. angry C. troubled D. tired 45. A. agreeing B. suggesting C. responding D. adding 46. A. special B. similar C. private D. spare 47. A. close B. move C. change D. reset 48. A. regret B. fear C. sadness D. puzzle 49. A. quiet B. slow C. calm D. polite 50. A. rewritten B. done C. corrected D. read 51. A. follow B. walk C. ride D. answer 52. A. form B. role C. luck D. turn 53. A. accepted B. chosen C. recommended D. recognized 54. A. relief B. confidence C. tension D. anxiety 55. A. devote B. apply C. owe D. connect 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 WHAT happens to a teenage kid when the world he thought he knew suddenly changes? Find out in Little Brother by American author Cory Doctorow． It is a fascinating book for a new generation of sci-fi readers． Marcus Yallow, 17, from San Francisco is much more comfortable in front of a computer than obeying the rules of society． Smart, fast and wise to the ways of the networked world, he has no trouble outwitting （骗过） his high school's monitoring system． This way he and his friends get to head off to play a popular online game in real life． While they are playing, a bomb explodes on the Bay Bridge． Marcus stops a military vehicle to get help for his injured friend, but this simple act throws him into a Department of Homeland Security （DHS） secret prison． There he is treated as a possible terrorist． He is eventually let go after four days, but his injured friend disappears． When he returns, Marcus discovers that there are many "security measures" in place and that now all citizens are treated like potential terrorists． While some consider this government action necessary for public safety, Marcus sees this as a complete destruction of the rights he is supposed to have as a citizen． He knows that no one will believe his story, which leaves him with only one thing to do: to take down the DHS himself． He helps organize a large network called Xnet to spread
the truth, anonymously （匿名地） ． The book presents a young man who is irresponsible, but learns about himself, and grows, in the course of the story． As part of this learning and growing he becomes aware of very serious issues about his society． 56． What kind of article does this passage belong to? A． A fascinating story． B． A book review． C． News report D． A TV programme 57． The underlined word destruction in the passage means ． A． damage B． reward C． ruin D． protection 58． Marcus Yallow was sent to prison because ． A． he killed his friend B． he bombed a military vehicle C． he did something that a possible terrorist could do D． his injured friend disappeared 59． From the second paragraph we can infer that ． A． Marcus Yallow is much more comfortable obeying the rules of society B． Marcus Yallow is smart, fast and wise in real life C． Marcus Yallow always plays online games in real life D． Marcus Yallow is expert at the network world 60． In the end of the book, Marcus Yallow ． A． is supposed to be more irresponsible B． becomes aware of very serious issues about his society C． presents a young man who is irresponsible D． plays a popular online game in real life B When an emergency situation occurs, observers are more likely to take action if there are few or no other witnesses． This phenomenon is referred to as the bystander effect． The bystander effect is also called the Genovese effect, which is named after Catherine “Kitty" Genovese, a young woman who was cruelly murdered on March 13, 1964． Early in the morning, 28-year-old Genovese was returning home from work． As she approached her apartment entrance, she was attacked and stabbed （ 刺 ） by a man later identified as Winston Moseley． Despite Genovese's repeated cries for help, none of the dozen or so people in the nearby apartment building who heard her cries called police for help． The attack first began at 3:20, but it was not until 3:50 that someone first contacted police． Many psychologists were set thinking by the incident, as well as most Americans． As the conclusion, the bystander effect came out and later proved by a series of studies and experiments． There are two major factors that contribute to the bystander effect． First, the presence of other people creates a division of responsibility． Because there are other observers, individuals do not feel as much pressure to take action, since the responsibility to take action is thought to be shared among all of those present． The second reason is the need to behave in correct and socially acceptable ways． When other observers fail to react, individuals often take this as a signal that a response is not needed or not appropriate． Other researchers have found that onlookers are less likely to take action if the
situation is ambiguous． In the case of Kitty Genovese, many of the 38 witnesses reported that they believed that they were witnessing a "lovers' quarrel", and did not realize that the young woman was actually being murdered． 61．The bystander effect is also called the Genovese effect because _________a woman surnamed Genovese． A． it somehow caused the murder of B． its discovery resulted from the murder of C． it was actually discovered by D． it always makes people think of 62．Genovese was murdered ． A． while she was going out B． in her apartment C． halfway home D． near her apartment 63． Which can NOT have been a possible reason for the neighbors NOT offering Genovese help? A． They believed in the bystander effect． B． They thought someone else might help her． C． They didn't think they should help． D． They didn't think she needed help． 64． Before deciding to offer help, observers may , according to the psychologists． A． wait for sort of a signal B． hesitate and estimate the risk of getting hurt C． want to be sure it's appropriate to react D． wonder if the victim is worth helping 65．The article seems to suggest that, if there had been observers, Genovese might not have been murdered． A． no B． fewer C． more D． braver C Mu Yumin had no idea that when he stopped by the computer club as a freshman looking for something fun, it would decide his career four years later． The 22 —year —old biology major at Huazhong University of Science and Technology found a job as an IT technician in Shanghai． " My experience in the club gave me another 'diploma' ," said Mu． " More importantly, I found something I am good at and can make a living from．" Now campuses around the country have started recruiting fresh faces for all kinds of clubs．Upperclassmen and experts suggest a hobby -- based choice of clubs, which might have a lasting impact（影响）on one' s life and career. Zhang Ling did not get many chances to write stories as an environmental protection major at Jiangxi University of Science and Technology． But this changed when she joined the university broadcast station． Her daily interviews with students and teachers expanded her horizon． Now she is determined to become a journalist on environmental issues with her degree in environmental protection． "Journalism changed my life track," said the 22 —year—old girl． only wanted "I to be a science teacher in a local senior high school．But now I am applying for a graduate school in journalism． " Lan Yujie, professor at Anhui University of Technology, regards Mu and Zhang as good examples of choosing "what I like" instead of " what is practical" in finding jobs and seeking further study． "Some freshmen don't know what to choose," said Lan． "Just following a hobby and doing something you like can easily give you the experience that makes you happy and special．"
Lan further says that joining clubs should not necessarily have a purpose, As part of campus life, a club experience will impact one's life and career in one way or another． "The point of clubs is to have as much diverse（多样的） experiences as possible so that students can explore more of their life," said Lan． 66．Why did Mu Yumin join the computer club? A．To get another diploma． B．To change his major． C．To find a good job． D．To have a good time． 67．Which of the followings is true about Zhang Ling? A． She didn't intend to be a journalist． B．She changed her major to journalism． C． She now works as a science teacher D．She's graduated from the university． 68．According to the text, joining the campus club has many advantages EXCEPT . A．helping you know what you really like B．making you plan your career better C．helping you to make more friends D．obtaining more life experiences 69．What can we learn from Lan Yujie's words in the last paragraph? A．Students should be practical in finding jobs． B．Club experiences will affect students' life and career． C．Joining clubs should have a clear goal． D．Students will have a colorful campus life by joining clubs． 70．What is the main idea of the text? A．How to change your major． B．Joining a campus club for a diploma． C．Joining a club to explore more of your life． D．How to find a job after graduation． D It is quite reasonable to blame traffic jams, the cost of gas and the great speed of modern life, but manners on the road are becoming horrible. Everybody knows that the nicest men would become fierce tigers behind the wheel. It is all right to have a tiger in a cage, but to have one in the driver’s seat is another matter. Road politeness is not only good manners, but good sense too ． It takes the most cool-headed drivers great patience to give up the desire to beat back when forced to face rude driving．On the other hand, a little politeness goes a long way towards reducing the possibility of quarrelling and fighting．A friendly nod or a wave of thanks in answer to an act of politeness helps to create an atmosphere of good will and calm so necessary in modern traffic conditions．But such behaviors of politeness are by no means enough．Many drivers nowadays don’t even seem able to recognize politeness when they see it． However, misplaced politeness can also be dangerous．Typical examples are the driver who waves a child crossing the street at a wrong place into the path of oncoming cars that may be not able to stop in time．The same goes for encouraging old ladies to cross the road wherever and whenever they want to. An experienced driver, whose manners are faultless, told me it would help if drivers learnt to correctly join in traffic stream without causing total blockages that give rise
to unpleasant feelings. Unfortunately, modern drivers can’t even learn to drive, let alone master the roadmanship. Years ago, experts warned us that the fast increase of the car ownership would demand more give-and-take from all road users．It is high time for all of us to take this message to heart． 71．The passage mainly talks about . A．road politeness B．traffic jams C．good manners D．modern drivers 72．Troubles on the road are often caused by . A．traffic jams B．the behavior of the drivers C．great speed D．terrible road conditions 73．According to the writer, a good driver should . A．beat back when forced to face rude driving B．be able to recognize politeness when he sees it C．encourage old ladies to cross the roads whenever they want to D．join in traffic stream quickly however other people feel 74．The following statements are right EXCEPT that . A．some modern drivers are not good at driving B．road politeness is good sense as well as good manners C．it is also right to have a tiger in the driver’s seat D．a friendly driver should nod or wave thanks in answer to an act of politeness 75．It is not always right for drivers to . A．master roadmanship B．recognize politeness when they see it C．encourage old ladies to cross the road whenever and wherever they want D．give a friendly nod in answer to an act of politeness
第四部分、书面表达(共两节，满分 45 分) 第一节阅读表达 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)。 ［1］Jaime Escalante is considered one of the best teachers in the United States. He was born in 1930 in Bolivia and taught math in his home country for twelve years. In the 1960s, Jaime and his wife came to the United States. During the next several years, he learned to speak English and repeated his college education and teacher training. ［2］In 1974, Mr. Escalante was hired by Garfield High School to teach math. The school was in a poor area of California. Many of the students had serious problems with drugs and violence. ［3］Mr. Escalante’s students were mostly Mexican-Americans from poor families. Many were the worst students at school and thought to be “unteachable”. But Mr. Escalante pushed the group to work hard. He told them that he believed in them, but they must have the desire to be successful. ［4］Jaime started an advanced math program with a small group of students. In 1982, eighteen of his students took a college-level test. They all passed. Officials at the testing company suspected the students of cheating. Mr. Escalante expressed strong disagreement. He said the students _______ because they were from a poor school. He asked his students to take the test again. Twelve of the students repeated the test. And again, all of them passed. Five earned top scores. Mr. Escalante’s students went on to become engineers, scientists and university professors. ［5］Jaime Escalante received many teaching awards. A movie about his success was made in 1988. It aimed to lead other teachers to use his methods. ［6］Mr. Escalante retired from teaching in 1998. He died at the age of 82. 76 .Fill in the blank in Paragraph 4 with proper words.(no more than 5 words) 77 .How does the author develop the passage?(no more than 8 words) 78. How were the students at Garfield High School? (no more than 10 words) 79 .Why did Mr. Escalante ask his students to take the test again? (no more than 20 words) 80 .What’s the purpose of the movie about Mr. Escalante?(no more than 10 words) 书面表达 假如你是李华，你的英国笔友 Mike 想了解一下你参加 2011 年全国中学生英语冬令营的有关信 息，请你根据下面的海报给他写一封信，谈谈有关情况和活动意义，并邀请他参加你们的活动。 Welcome to Our English Winter Camp 2011 △营 址：北京 △活动时间：2011 年 2 月底，共 5 天。 △参加人员：1.全国中学生英语能力竞赛获奖者； 2．中国、美国、英国和澳大利亚的英语老师。 △活动内容：1.举行英语演讲比赛； 2．观看学生表演；浏览北京风景名胜； 3．交流英语学习经验。 注意：
1．信必须包括以上内容要点，可以适当增加细节，使内容连贯； 2．词数：120 左右； 3．参考词汇：全国中学生英语能力竞赛 NEPC。 Dear Mike， Nice to hear from you again.
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听力 1——10 ACBBB, AABBA 11---20 ABABB,ABACA 单选答案 21-25 DBADA 26-30 BDABC 31-35 CCDDA 完形填空 36-40 CBCAD 41-45 BBACD 46-50 DABCB 51-55 CDAAC 阅读答案 56 – 60 BCCDB 61– 65 BDACB 66—70 DACBC 71—75 ABBCC Ⅳ. 第一节 阅读表达 1. were rejected/suspected 2. By following the order of time. 3. Most of them had serious problems with drugs and violence. 4. Because officials at the testing company suspected the students of cheating and Mr. Escalante wanted to prove his students’ ability. 5. To lead other teachers to use his methods.
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