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江苏省淮阴中学 2013 届高三 英语模拟试题(一)
第Ⅰ卷 (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 秒钟的时间来回来有关小题 和阅读下一小题

。每段对话仅读一遍。 1. What does the man want to do probably? A. Decorate the apartment. B. Sell an apartment. C. Rent an apartment. 2. Where does this conversation probably take place? A. At a graduation ceremony. B. At a party. C. At a competition. 3. Whom does the man want to talk to? A. Shirley. B. The woman. C. Peter. 4. What's wrong with the woman? A. She waited long to buy a purse. B. Somebody took her purse. C. Somebody switched chairs with her. 5. What does the man suggest the woman do if anything goes wrong? A. Make a phone call. B. Bring the car back to the store. C. Ask someone around for help.

第二节(共 15 小题,每小题 1 分,满分 15 分)
听下面几段对话或独白。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、7 题。 6. Where are the speakers? A. At a railway station. B. On a bus. C. In a hotel. 7. How much money should the man pay? A. 1.30 B.2.60 C.2.90 听第 7 段材料,回答第 8 至 10 题。 8. What are the speakers about to do? A. Put on a dance show. B. Perform a play. C. Take a driving test. 9. How many lefts are part of the big finish? A. None. B. Two. C. Three. 10. How does the woman feel? A. Excited. B. Worried. C. Confident.

听第 8 段材料,回答第 1l 至 13 题。 11. What are the speakers doing? A. Shopping. B. Moving to a new house. 12. What day might be today? A. Sunday. B. Monday. 13. What needs to be in the front? A. Dog food. B. Toilet paper.

C. Arranging things. C. Tuesday. C. The freezer.

听第 9 段材料,回答第 14 至 16 题。 14. What kind of tea will the woman drink if she is tired? A. Green tea. B. Black tea. C. Fruit-flavored tea. 15. Why is the man happy about the black tea? A. It makes him feel younger. B. It was very cheap. C. It was a gift from his wife. 16. What are the speakers going to do next? A. Talk about the man's trip. B. Drink some black tea. C. Go shopping. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. Who is the woman? A. A television host. B. A newspaper reporter. C. A radio host. 18. What is Mr. Simms' second piece of advice about? A. How to answer questions. B. Ways to stay calm. C. How to dress appropriately. 19. When should you arrive for a job interview according to Mr. Simms? A. Five to ten minutes early. B. At the exact time of the interview. C. No more than five minutes late. 20. What should you do when talking about career accomplishments? A. List as many as you can. B. Discuss them based on what the company-needs. . C. Use special vocabulary to describe them.

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) 21. _________word came that paper cutting was recognized as ________ world cultural
heritage by the United Nations. A. the; a B. 不填; a C. the; the D. 不填; the 22. According to the school rules, if a student _________ happen to damage something by accident, he/she should report it to a teacher or the office immediately. A. should B. will C. shall D. would 23. Cancer is one of the top killer diseases nowadays and scientists have found out that stress helps to bring it ________. A. up B. down C. out D. on

24. _________ want to devote their whole life to their career should go _________ there are various career opportunities. A. Whoever; where B. Those who; where C. Whoever; in which D. Those who; in which 25. _________ time and labor, cartoonists generally draw the hands of their characters with only 3 fingers and a thumb. A. Save B. Having saved C. Saving D. To save 26. _________ is the influence of TV that it can make a person famous overnight. A. So B. As C. That D. Such 27. _________speaking, I would say that about five thousand alumni will attend the 100th anniversary of our school. A. Roughly B. Generally C. Honestly D. Constantly 28. The birds tried to find as many materials as possible _________. A. that they could build their nests B. they were able to build nests C. with which to build their nests D. by which to build their nests 29. –Mr. President, do you plan to educate your two daughters to be officials? -- To tell you the truth, I hope they can do whatever _________ their interests. A. fits B. matches C. suits D. needs 30. --What about the protection? --Let’s keep the surface _________ dirt by putting a cover over it. A. far from B. free from C. apart from D. away from 31. It was not long _________ he was born that his mother died of illness. A. before B. when C. that D. after 32. The Chinese basketball team ranked _________ and the Australian _________ in the championship. A. the third…the fourth C. the third…fourth B. third…the fourth D. third…fourth

33. — Has Yang Liping returned from Yunnan yet? I’d like to meet her. — Sorry. She _________ back here only for last weekend. A. was B. would be C. had been D. has been 34. Angela and Ajani will pick up the marriage _________ after they meet online several times, which is not sensible. A. acquisition B. identification C. certificate D. qualification 35. ---I’m sorry to keep you waiting. I’ll make short work of this. --- _________. I’m not in a hurry. A. Take it easy B. Take your time C. Not at all. D. Do as you like.

第二节 完形填空

(共 20 题 ; 每小题 1 分, 满分 20 分)

认真阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从 36—55 各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D) 中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

You are travelling on an ocean ship when, suddenly a giant wave causes the ship to overturn. Hundreds of people die 36 , but you and several others 37 in the ballroom. Would you stay there and 38 for help? Or would you try, 39 the danger, to find your way out of the ship? This is the 40 faced by the characters in the film “Poseidon”. Trapped in the ballroom of the overturned ship, the 41 orders the surviving guests to wait for help. A small group of people 42 to accept this fate. They try to escape, knowing that there will be no way back 43 the captain locks the doors behind them. At the time of the disaster, each of the characters is trying to overcome personal problems in their own lives. All must face their 44 and make life and death decisions. Architect Richard Nelson is preparing to kill himself when the wave hits. He feels depressed over the 45 of his relationship with his partner. But he is forced to fight 46 his life, and learns to want to live again. He realizes he must 47 the past and not think too much about the bad. Robert Ramsey, a fireman, decides to 48 his own life so that his daughter, Jen, 49 live. He swims to the ship’s control room 50 he must press a switch to change the direction of the ship. He knows he will likely 51 in the process, but just as surely, he knows that it’s the only way his friends can escape. His actions give the others a chance to reach 52 . They escape from the ship just before it 53 , killing all those waiting inside and Jen’s father as well. All the characters who survive feel 54 to be alive, but they are also aware that their own 55 , bravery and determination saved their own lives. 36. A. gradually B. immediately C. finally D. individually 37. A. stay B. dance C. survive D. live 38. A. ask B. cry C. wait D. demand 39. A. despite B. in C. with D. except 40. A. position B. dilemma C. danger D. scene 41. A. director B. passenger C. sailor D. captain 42. A. refuse B. agree C. hesitate D. dislike 43. A. unless B. until C. once D. when 44. A. death B. survival C. courage D. fears 45. A. end B. departure C. failure D. difficulty 46. A. against B. for C. with D. over 47. A. let alone B. let out C. let go of D. let down 48. A. give out B. give away C. give in D. give up 49. A. might B. can C. would D. must 50. A. which B. there C. where D. then 51. A. succeed B. fail C. survive D. drown 52. A. home B. safety C. success D. destination 53. A. breaks B. explodes C. sinks D. overturns

54. A. relieved 55. A. choices

B. lucky B. calmness

C. relaxed C. fortune

D. happy D. confidence

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。

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There lived a king who liked art. One day an artist offered to paint the most beautiful picture in the world on the wall of his palace. So the king said, " All right, you may work on one of the walls in the new hall. " Just then, another artist said, "Please allow me to work on the opposite wall. I shall make exactly what that man will make on the opposite wall. Moreover, I shall do so without looking at his work. I would even request you to have a thick curtain put up between the two walls so the either of us cannot see the other. " Everyone in the king's court, including the king and the first artist was surprised. So the king decided to give the man a chance. The following day, a thick curtain was put into place and both the artists got to work. The first artist brought in a regular supply of paint, oil and water. But the second one would come with a cloth and a bucket of water every day. A month later the first artist said that his work was completed and invited the king to come. So the king sent the message to the second artist, saying he was coming to see their works that evening. After seeing the first artist's wall, the king was very impressed with the painting and gave him a huge sum of money as a reward. He then asked for the curtain to be opened up. The same painting was seen on the opposite wall too! It was exactly like the one on the first wall. But this man had not seen what was going on, on the other side of the curtain. “How have you managed to do this?” asked the king. The man said simply, "It's very easy. I just polished the wall every day! " It was a wall made of white marble. The fellow polished it till it shone like a mirror. The reflection of the painting across the room showed up in it! 56. A thick curtain was put upbetween the two walls in order to ________. A. help them concentrate on their work B. keep the first artist's painting a secret C. prevent their paintings from being seen by other people D. give the king a great surprise. 57. How was the king feeling when he saw the second wall? A. Surprised and excited. B. Fascinated and doubtful. C. Satisfied and curious. D. frightened and attracted 58. What would be best title of the text? A. A king who loved art B. Two artists and a king C. Whose painting is better? D. The paintings on the wall. B In the early days of nuclear power, the United States make money on it. But today opponents (反对者) have so complicated its development that no nuclear plants have been ordered or built

here in 12 years. The greatest fear of nuclear power opponents has always been a reactor “meltdown”. Today, the chances of a meltdown that would threaten U.S. public health are very little. But to even further reduce the possibility, engineers are testing new reactors that rely not on human judgment to shut them down but on the laws of nature. Now General Electric is already building two advanced reactors in Japan. But don't expect them even on U.S. shores unless things change in Washington. The procedure for licensing nuclear power plants is a bad dream. Any time during, or even after, construction, an objection by any group or individual can bring everything to a stop while the matter is investigated or taken to court. Meanwhile, the builder must add nice–but–not–necessary improvements, some of which force him to knock down walls and start over. In every case when a plant has been opposed, the Nuclear Regulation Commission has ultimately granted a license to construct or operate. But the victory often costs so much that the utility ends up abandoning the plant anyway. A case in point is the Shoreham plant on New York's Long Island. Shoreham was a virtual twin to the Millstone plant in Connecticut, both ordered in the mid-60s. Millstone, completed for $101 million, has been generating electricity for two decades. Shoreham, however, was singled out by antinuclear activists who, by sending in endless protests, drove the cost over $5 billion and delayed its use for many years. Shoreham finally won its operation license. But the plant has never produced a watt power. Governor Mario Cuomo, an opponent of a Shoreham start-up, used his power to force New York’s public-utilities commission to accept the following settlement: the power company could pass the cost of Shoreham along to its consumers only if it agreed not to operate the plant. Today, a perfectly good facility, capable of servicing hundreds of thousands of homes, sits rusting. 59. The author’s attitude toward the development of nuclear power is ________. A. negative B. neutral C. positive D. questioning 60. What has made the procedure for licensing nuclear power plants a bad dream? A. The inefficiency of the Nuclear Regulation Commission. B. The enormous cost of construction and operation. C. The length of time it takes to make investigations. D. The objection of the opponents of nuclear power. 61. It can be inferred from Paragraph 2 that ________. A. there are not enough safety measures in the U.S. for running new nuclear power plants B. it is not technical difficulties that prevent the building of nuclear power plants in the U.S. C. there are already more nuclear power plants than necessary in the U.S. D. the American government won’t allow Japanese nuclear reactors to be installed in the U.S. 62. Governor Mario Cuomo’s chief intention in proposing the settlement was to ________. A. stop the Shoreham plant from going into operation B. urge the power company to further increase its power supply C. permit the Shoreham plant to operate under certain conditions D. help the power company to solve its financial problems C I was puzzled! Why was this old woman making such a fuss about an old copse which was of no use to anybody? She had written letters to the local paper, even to a national, protesting

about a projected by-pass to her village, and, looking at a map, the route was nowhere near where she lived and it wasn’t as if the area was attractive. I was more than puzzled, I was curious. The enquiry into the route of the new by-pass to the village was due to take place shortly, and I wanted to know what it was that motivated her. So it was that I found myself knocking on a cottage door, being received by Mary Smith and then being taken for a walk to the woods. “I’ve always loved this place,” she said, “it has a lot of memories for me, and for others. We all used it. They called it ‘Lovers lane’. It’s not much of a lane, and it doesn’t go anywhere important, but that’s why we all came here. To be away from people, to be by ourselves. ” she added. It was indeed pleasant that day and the songs of many birds could be heard. Squirrels watched from the branches, quite bold in their movements, obviously few people passed this way and they had nothing to fear. I could imagine the noise of vehicles passing through these peaceful woods when the by-pass was built, so I felt that she probably had something there but as I hold strong opinions about the needs of the community over-riding the opinions of private individuals, I said nothing. The village was quite a dangerous place because of the traffic especially for old people and children, their safety was more important to me than an old woman’s strange ideas. “Take this tree,” she said pausing after a short while. “To you it is just that, a tree. Not unlike many others here.” She gently touched the bark, “Look here, under this branch, what can you see?” “It looks as if someone has done a bit of carving with a knife.” I said after a cursory inspection. “Yes, that’s what it is!” she said softly. She went on, “He had a penknife with a spike for getting stones from a horse's hoof, and I helped him to carve them. We were very much in love, but he was going away, and could not tell me what he was involved in the army. I had guessed of course. It was the last evening we ever spent together, because he went away the next day, back to his Unit.” Mary Smith was quiet for a while, then she sobbed. “His mother showed me the telegram. ‘Sergeant R Holmes …Killed in action in the invasion of France.’…” “I had hoped that you and Robin would one day get married.” she said, “He was my only child, and I would have loved to be a Granny, they would have been such lovely babies’- she was like that! ” “Two years later she too was dead. ‘Pneumonia (肺炎), following a chill on the chest’ was what the doctor said, but I think it was an old fashioned broken heart. A child would have helped both of us.” There was a further pause. Mary Smith gently caressed the wounded tree, just as she would have caressed him. “And now they want to take our tree away from me.” Another quiet sob, then she turned to me. “I was young and pretty then, I could have had anybody, I wasn’t always the old woman you see here now. I had everything I wanted in life, a lovely man, health and a future to look forward to.” She paused again and looked around. The breeze gently moved through the leaves with a sighing sound. “There were others, of course, but no one can match my Robin!” she said strongly. “And now I have nothing - except the memories this tree holds. If only I could get my hands on that awful man who writes in the paper about the value of the road they are going to build

where we are standing now, I would tell him. Has he never loved, has he never lived, does he not know anything about memories? We were not the only ones, you know, I still meet some who came here as Robin and I did. Yes, I would tell him!” I turned away, sick at heart. 63. The main purpose of this passage is to ________. A. draw attention to the damage that wars cause B. persuade people to give up private interest C. arouse the awareness of being environmentally friendly D. introduce a touching but sad love story 64. The underlined sentence “I felt that she probably had something there” means ________. A. I thought there might be something hidden in the woods by Mary Smith B. I guessed there might be a story related with Mary Smith C. I thought there might be some reason for Mary Smith’s protest D. I guessed there might be a secret purpose of Mary Smith. 65. What was probably the carving on the wounded tree? A. Their names and a heart with a sign of arrow through it. B. Their wish that this place and tree would last long. C. The date when Robin Holmes would leave for army. D. Their protest against the war which tore them apart. D Psychology(心理学) has a new application in the field of medicine. Many doctors, together with their patients, are looking for alternative methods of treatment of physical problems. In large hospitals, modern therapy 疗法)seems to focus on the physical disease. Patients may feel ( they are treated like broken machines. Some doctors have recognized this as a problem. They are now using psychological therapy, in which the patient is working with the doctors against the disease with the help of medicine. The patient does not wait for the medicine and treatment to cure him or her, but instead the patient joins in the fight. The doctor knows that a disease affects a patient's body physically. The body of the patient changes because of the disease. He is not only physically affected, but also has an emotional response to the disease. Because his mind is affected, his attitude and behavior change. The medical treatment might cure the patient's physical problems, but the patient's mind must fight the emotional ones. For example, the studies of one doctor, Carl Simonton, M. D., have shown that a typical cancer patient has predictable attitudes. She typically feels depressed, upset, and angry. Her constant depression makes her acts unfriendly toward her family, friends, doctors, and nurses. Such attitudes and behaviors prevent recovery. Therefore, a doctor's treatment must help the patient change that. Simonton's method emphasizes treatment of the “whole” patient. The attitude of a cancer patient receiving radiation therapy, an X-ray treatment, can become more positive. The physician who is following Simonton's psychological treatment plan suggests that the patient imagine that he or she can see the tumor(肿瘤) in the body. In the mental picture, the patient "sees" a powerful beam of radiation like a million bullets of energy. The patient imagines the beam hitting the tumor cells and causing them to shrink. For another cancer patient, Dr. Simonton asks him to imagine the medicine going from the stomach into the bloodstream and to the cancer cells. The patient imagines that the medicine is like an army fighting the diseased cells and sees the cancer cells gradually dying and his blood carry away the

dead cells. Both the medical therapy and the patient's positive attitude fight the disease. Doctors are not certain why this mental therapy works. However, this use of psychology does help some patients because their attitudes about themselves change. They become more confident because they use the power within their own minds to help stop the disease. Another application of using the mind to help cure disease is the use of suggestion therapy. At first, the doctor helps the patient to concentrate deeply. The patient thinks only about one thing. He becomes so unaware of other things around him that he is asleep, or rather in a trance(催眠 状态). Then the physician makes “a suggestion” to the patient about the medical problem. The patient's mind responds to the suggestion even after the patient is no longer in the trance. In this way, the patient uses his mind to help his body respond to treatment. Doctors have learned that this use of psychology is helpful for both adults and children. For example, physicians have used suggestion to help adults deal with the strong pain of some disease. Furthermore, sometimes the adult patient worries about her illness so much that the anxiety keeps her from getting well. The right suggestions may help the patient to stop being anxious. Such treatment may help the patient with a chronic (慢性的) diseases. Asthma (哮喘) is an example of a chronic disorder. Asthma is a disease that causes the patient to have difficulty in breathing. The patient starts to cough and sometimes has to fight to get the air that he or she needs. Psychology can help relieve the symptoms of this disorder. After suggestion therapy, the asthma patient breathes more easily. Physicians have learned that the psychological method is very useful in treating children. Children respond quickly to the treatment because they are fascinated by it. For example, Dr. Basil R. Collison has worked with 121 asthmatic children in Sydney, Australia, and had good results. Twenty-five of the children had excellent results. They were able to breathe more easily, and they did not need medication. Another forty-three were also helped. The symptoms of the asthma occurred less frequently, and when they did, they were not as strong. Most of the children also felt better about themselves. Doctors have also used suggestion to change habits like nail-biting, thumb-sucking, and sleep-related problems. Many professional medical groups have accepted the medical use of psychology and that psychology has important applications in medicine. 66. What does the passage mainly discuss? A. How suggestion therapy benefits adults and children. B. How modern therapy focuses on the disease. C. Responses from the medical world. D. How to use the mind against disease. 67. How does psychological therapy work? A. The patient waits for the medicine and treatment to cure him. B. The doctor uses medical treatment to cure the patient's problems. C. The doctor, the medicine, and the patient work together to fight disease. D. The patient uses his mind to cure himself. 68. What can we learn from the studies of Carl Simonton, M. D.? A. The medical treatment can cure the patient's mental disease. B. The treatment of a patient by treating the body and the mind is necessary. C. The mental treatment is more important than medical treatment. D. Few patients have emotional response to the disease.

69. It can be learned from the passage that suggestion therapy cannot be used to . A. help adults deal with the strong pain of some diseases B. help the patients with chronic diseases C. help change some bad habits D. help cure patients of insomnia(失眠症) 70. According to the passage, which of the following remains unknown so far? A. The value of mental therapy. B. The effectiveness of suggestion therapy. C. The working principle of suggestion therapy. D. The importance of psychology in medical treatment.

第 II 卷(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:请将答案写在答卷上相应题号的横线上。每个空格只填 1 个单词。 Do we need an “Ivy League(常春藤联盟)”? China may soon have its own “Ivy League”, with a union of top universities. The term originally referred to an athletic conference of eight top universities in the northeastern US.The Chinese version, which was officially started in mid-October, consists of nine famous universities, including Peking, Tsinghua, Zhejiang and Fudan. The union is supposed to result in student exchange programs, recognition of academic achievements, and other joint programs. The news of this Chinese “Ivy League” has received mixed responses from the public and press.Some negative critics have dismissed it as yet another example of the wishful copying of international practices without fully understanding them.Others say that the “Ivy League” is not necessary but that the union is a good idea, one that could promote academic development. So what’s your opinion on a Chinese “Ivy League”? Do we need one? Yes.Ivy League or not, nine of China’s best universities cooperating is a good thing. These universities combining resources could create a better environment for students and for research.It could also save a lot of time and resources because it would mean fewer unnecessary investments for some of the universities. Allowing students to move to or have exchanges with other universities could broaden their horizons, improve their social skills and create more employment opportunities.The results could be more important than lessons and achievements. The term “Ivy League” carries a sense of academic excellence, tradition and reputation.If borrowing such a term could encourage students’ and professors’ mental state and improve Chinese higher education, then there’s no reason not to do it. No.Universities should do some work on increasing cooperation instead of copying an “Ivy League” model. Many Chinese universities already have such cooperation with each other . If this cooperation were associated with the “Ivy League”, it would just distract (分散) attention and resources and have a negative effect. These Chinese universities are all state-run and most get their funding from the government.They’re quite similar to each other in many ways and more cooperation wouldn’t bring about as much potential ability as between , say, public and private, or Chinese and foreign

universities. China should find its own way to develop world-class universities instead of by copying some foreign practices.We have our own unique conditions and foreign lessons often don’t apply well here. Do we need an “Ivy League”?

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Attention will be drawn away and 78 will be distracted. The cooperation won’t have great effect because of their 79 in running universities. China should develop world-class universities in its unique way without 80_ foreign practices blindly.

第五部分

书面表达(满分 25 分)

当今食品安全问题已经成为人们关注的一个话题,请你以 Food Safety(食品安全)为题并 参考所给要点,写一篇英语博文。 要点: 1. 简要描述食品安全问题; (举例)

2. 分析造成该问题的主要原因: 1) 利益驱使 2)滥用杀虫剂 3. 提出相应的建议。 注意:词数 150 字左右,文章开头已给出,不计入总词数。 参考词汇:激素 hormones , 杀虫剂 pesticide

3)给动物注射激素


第四部分
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第 II 卷(共 35 分)
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36-55 BCCAB DACDA BCDAC DBCBA 56-70 BCB CDBA DCA DCBDC 71. northeast 72.recognize 73.Responses 74.Negative 75.combination 76. less 77. mentally/spiritually 78. resources 79.similarities 80.copying 书面表达 Currently, many problems concerning the safety of food have caused much attention. As for me, I believe at least three factors account for this issue. First, I observe that profits drive many food producers to commit illegal things. They aim to gain more money at the expense of consumers’ health. Second, the overuse of agricultural pesticide has some bad effect on food quality. The excessive pesticide bears enormous health risk for people. Furthermore, some food producers inject hormones into domestic animals so as to make them grow more quickly and thus they can turn in more profit. As a result, people’s health has been seriously disturbed. All in all, food safety is such a great concern, and we all should establish laws and implement them effectively to avoid producing poisonous foods.

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