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黄梅一中 2013 届高三最后一次综合测试英语试题
本试卷全卷满分 150 分。考试用耐 120 分钟。 第一部分:听力(共两节,满分 30 分) 做题时,先将答案划在试卷上。录音内容结束后。你将有两分钟的时间将卷上的答案转涂到 答题卡上。 第一节(共 5 小题:每题 1.5 分,满分 7.5 分) 听下面 5 段对话,每段对话后有一小题,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 15 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.What will the woman do? A.Look for the house keys. B.Go to work. C.Have an interview. 2.What does the woman advise the man to do? A.To start his car again, B.To go to the garage quickly. C.To contact the garage at once. 3.When is the next weather report? A.At 8:35. B.At 9:25. C.At 9:35. 4.Which means of transport will the woman adopt? A.The car. B.The bike. C.The bus. 5.What are the speakers doing? A.Visiting a museum. B.Drawing a picture. C.Commenting on a picture. 第二节 (共 15 小题;每题 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,每小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听下面一段对话,回答第 6、7 题。 6.Where will Jack and his friends travel first? A.In America. B.In Australia. C.In France. 7.How will Jack and his friends get money? A.By selling pictures. B.By working part-time. C.By asking their parents. 听下面一段对话,回答第 8、9 题。 8.Why does the woman come to the city? A.To go on business. B.To visit her old friends. C.To take part in a swimming competition. 9.What does the woman ask the man to do? A.Get up earlier. B.Spare her some time. C.Deal with her luggage. 听下面一段对话,回答第 10 至 12 题。 10.Where is the Mini? A.Behind the Lancia. B.In front of the Citroen. C.Between the Volvo and the Toyota.

11.Why doesn't the woman like the Mini and the Citroen? A.They are slow. B.They are expensive. C.They haven't got enough room. 12.What is said about the Toyota? A.Its user-friendly. B.It does 38 miles per gallon. C.It's more expensive than the Citroen. 听下面一段对话,回答第 13 至 16 题。

听下面一段独白,回答第 17 至 20 题。 17.What does informative advertising focus on? A.Telling the details of the product. B.Talking people into buying the product. C.Introducing special functions of the product. 18.What products is informative advertising often used for? A.Household products. B.Make-up. C.Office supplies. 19.What is mentioned as the third type of advertising? A.Informative advertising. B.Competitive advertising. C.Persuasive advertising. 20.What do we know about the third type of advertising? A.It is not allowed in some countries. B.It is not allowed to be used for some products. C.It can't refer to competitors' names in some countries. 第二部分:英语知识运用(共两节, 满分 30 分) 第一节:单项填空(共 10 小题,每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项 涂黑。 21. More and more old people are skiing but it has ______ to do with snow and slopes: this type of skiing stands for Spending the Kids Inheritance. A. something B. nothing C. everything D. anything

22. A Colorado woman said that her iPhone 4 ______ fire while charging overnight. A. had caught B. has caught fire C. was catching D. caught 23. In May 2011, Americans spent 53 billion minutes on Facebook, ______ it the most popular U.S. website. A. making B. made C. to make D. having made 24. A study has found that 80% of the people who ______ to be constantly distracted ______ more “working memory”. A. appears; have B. appear; has C. appears; has D. appear; have 25. It's not how much money you make or who your daddy is ______ makes you the most attractive person in the world but the way you do some simple things. A. that B. which C. what D. who 26.Last Sunday we were planting apple trees ______ it began to rain cats and dogs. A. after B. when C. while D. before 27.She was in a ______ as to whether to tell her son the truth that he was adopted or not. A. dilemma B. procedure C. process D. manner 28.No matter how ______,scientists are eager to know more about it by exploring. A. an ocean may be deep B. deep may an ocean be C. deep an ocean may beD. may an ocean be deep 29.Underline the idioms related to colors ______ a crayon. A. in a by C for D. with 30.Find time to take a walk regularly,______ you will feel refreshed. A. or B. but C. and D. so 第二节 完型填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 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,选出最佳选项,并在 答题卡上涂黑。 When I was a boy growing up in New Jersey in the 1960s, we had a milkman delivering milk to our 31 .His name was Mr.Basille.He wore a white cap and drove a white truck. As a 5 year-old boy, I couldn't take my eyes 32 the coin changer fixed to his belt. 33 this one He day during a delivery and gave me a quarter out of his coin changer. Of course, he delivered 34 milk.There was cheese, eggs and so on.If we needed to change our 35 , my mother would pen a note—“please 36 a bottle of buttermilk next delivery"—and place it in the box along with the 37 bottles. And then, the buttermilk would magically appear. All of this was about more than 38 .There existed a 39 relationship between families and their milkmen. Mr. Basilic even had a (n) 40 to our house, for those times when it was so cold outside that we put the box 41 , so that the milk wouldn’t 42 .And I remember Mr.Basille from time to time taking a break at our kitchen table, having a cup of tea and telling 43 about his delivery. There is 44 no home milk delivery today.Big companies allowed the production of cheaper milk, 45 making it difficult for milkmen to 46 .Besides, milk is 47 almost everywhere, and it may just not have been 48 to have a delivery service. Recently, an old milk box in the countryside I saw 49 my childhood memories. took it home I and planted it on the back porch.Every so often my son's friend will ask what it is.So I start telling stories of my boyhood, and of the milkman who brought us 50 along with his milk.

31.A.kitchen B.storeroom C.doorstep D.mailbox 32.A.in B.on C.away D.off 33.A.noticed B.spotted C.watched D.found 34.A.rather than B.more than C.other than D.less than 35.A.mind B.order C.book D.idea 36.A.add B.take C.give D.arrange 37.A.other B.full C.rest D.empty 38.A.coincidence B.consideration C . convenience D.contribution 39.A.close B.tense C.tight D.positive 40.A.letter B.key C.access D.way 41.A.outdoors B.downstairs C.indoors D.upstairs 42.A.freeze B.tease C.involve D.beat 43.A.stories B.differences C . lies D.misfortunes 44.A.interestingly B.luckily C.happily D.sadly 45.A.because B.for C.as D.thus 46.A.compare B.compete C.complain D.compose 47.A.drinkable B.available C.agreeable D. acceptable 48.A.legal B.logical C.formal D.practical 49.A.brought back B.brought in C.brought out D.brought up 50.A.relationship B.hope C.friendship D.comfort 第三部分:阅读理解(共 20 小题,每题 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 Suppose you don’t need your car today. And suppose, as it happens, that a stranger in your area does need a car. Would you be willing to rent yours out? Severalcar-sharing start-ups, including Getaround, RelayRides and JustShareIt, are eager to conneccar owners with renters this way. The companies have different rules, but participating owners receive, generally speaking, about two-thirds of the rental earnings. RelayRides says an owner of a midsize, late-model sedan who rents out a car for 10 hours a week could expect to clear about $3,000 a year. Peer-to-peer car sharing remains in the trial stage; it can be found in San Francisco and a few other places. It has a long way to go before it becomes the auto equivalent of Airbnb, the surprise success story for peer-to-peer sharing of space in apartments and houses. Shelby Clark, founder of RelayRides, says potential investors in his company have been concerned that owners will be afraid to hand their car over to strangers. To address that, he points to Airbnb, saying, “Letting people sleep in your living room is much more of a disturbance into your personal space than letting someone use your car.” All of these companies offer their own insurance coverage for their renters, which are supposed to put owners’minds at ease. But only two states—California and Oregon—have passed laws to clarify that an owner will not suffer any consequences should a car-sharing renter have an accident.

“In all the other states, legal ambiguity remains,” Shelby Clark says. “If a renter should be involved in a serious accident in those states, the victim can be expected to go after every party possible, including the car’s owner.” Also to remove the worries of car owners, the driving records of renters are checked for recent serious violations. 56. What does the underlined word “sedan” in Paragraph 2 probably refer to? A. A kind of car. B. An owner of a car. C. A renting company. D. A car-sharing renter. 57. Which of the following is true of Airbnb? A. It cares little about personal privacy. B. It deals with house-sharing successfully. C. It is a very popular car-sharing company. D. Its ideas are being tried out in some states. 58. If a car-sharing renter should have an accident in California, the car’s owner . A. has to take legal responsibility B. will not suffer the consequence C. is not covered by health insurance D. must pay the insurance for the renter 59. According to the text, more car-owners will participate in the service, if A. legal ambiguity is clarified in all the states B. renters are warned not to violate traffic rules C. more money is given to participating owners D. people are aware of the importance of sharing B Research by the Institute of Education (IOE) in London found that men who went to single-sex schools were not only more likely to be separated from a partner or divorced, but also more likely to be depressed by middle age. The chances of women having successful marriages were not affected by whether they were educated in mixed or single-sex schools.Separate research by the IOE found that going without boys was beneficial for women in other ways since there was a " statistically significant positive association between single-sex schooling and wages for women". The study into marital success interviewed 17,000 adults who were taught in a range of schools including private boarding schools to state comprehensives.It found that single-sex education does not compromise the chances either of men or women of getting married. However, researchers found that boys educated on their own were more likely to divorce in later life.While for women, there was no significant link.The research also found men taught in boys' schools were more likely to suffer from depression by age 42—perhaps because of their increased chances of marital breakdown.But Professor Leonard's team was unable to identify why those men educated in a single-sex environment were more likely to divorce. The study asked married and cohabiting couples where men had attended both single-sex and mixed schools to rate how happy they were and found no marked difference in their happiness levels or willingness to share domestic chores. Mary Boust, general secretary of the Association of Teachers and Lecturers, said the IOE research confirmed what was always suspected."All the research shows single-sex schools are good for

girls but bad for boys—both in terms of academic performance and socialization," she said. "Boys learn better when they are with girls and they actually learn to get on better." The findings were presented at a conference on gender in education hosted by Perse School for Girls in Cambridge. 55.The researches made by the IOE indicate that ____. A.school model has little influence on women's marriage B.education is the main cause of middle age depression C.boys in single-sex schools are more likely not to get married D.mixed schools arc relatively better than single-sex schools 56.According to the passage, the single-sex education ____. A.comprises a wide range of schools B.has a close link with women's marriage C.influences men's chances of getting married D.may increase the risk of divorce for men in later life 57.The underlined word "cohabiting" probably means ____. A.living togather before getting married B.working together in a project C.having the same habit D.studying in the same school 58.According to the passage, Mary Boust suggests that ____. A.the IOE 's researches were suspected B.mixed school is a better choice for boys C.boys are better in academic performance than girls D.mixed schools are good to boys in terms of socialization only C Something's not quite right with the climate. While global CO2 emissions have continued to swell, the global temperature rise has leveled off.Meanwhile, satellites and other observational tools indicate that the net heat retained by the planet has continued to increase, and that excess energy should be pushing up surface temperatures.But it's not. In fact, up to half the heat energy that was expected to fuel global wanning since 2003 has gone " missing.M Kevin Trenberth and John Fasullo of the National Center for Atmospheric Research ( NCAR) wonder where that heat may have gone—and what it could mean for the future of the climate. One possibility is that some of our measurements could be off.Although scientists have a lot of confidence in their ability to measure CO2 buildup and the energy balance in the atmosphere—the data used in the measurements comes from multiple sources, all of which, Fasullo says, "tell the same story"—our data on ocean temperatures isn't as good."Keeping track of temperature over the whole oceans isn't that easy," says Fasullo. So, it is likely that the missing heat is being trapped deep in the ocean, well below the 900m to 1,500m range of our surface sensors.But despite their vastness, the deep oceans have a limit, says Fasullo, who thinks they won't behave as a heat sink over the long term."That's not what we've seen over long time scales in the past," he says."We clearly know the ocean can't absorb the heat indefinitely. Overall, the missing heat doesn't change expectations for future climate change, because the heat won't stay missing forever.Eventually it will resurface and impact the climate system, and the

recent and deceptive reprieve from rapid warming we've enjoyed will come to an expected end.When that will happen is unknown, but better science can give us a clearer idea."At the end of the day, the system will come back to balance, and that suggests temperature will end up increasing," says Fasullo.So it's still up to us to do something about it. 59.From the first paragraph, we can see that ____. A.surface temperature is pushing up day by day B.satellites and other observational tools are not accurate C.there is no great increase in surface temperature at present D.global CO2 emissions have made the planet warmer as expected 60.According to Fasullo's report, we can conclude that ____. A.the measurements of heats in ocean may not be exact B.the global temperture rise has dropped down C.it still needs higher technical tools for measuring missing heat D.scientists have enough confidence in measuring CO2 emissions 61.Where is the missing heat likely to hide, as Fasullo expects? A.It may hide in our natural environment. B.It has sunk into ocean over the long term. C.It may be absorbed by large number of forests. D.It may be absorbed by deep ocean temporarily. 62.What can we learn from the last paragraph? A.Protecting our environment is necessary. B.The missing heat some day will affect our climate. C.The missing heat can make us relaxed in long term. D.the government should take measures to lessen CO2 emissions. D

The lakes also moderate seasonal temperatures to some degree, by absorbing heat to cool the air in summer and then slowly giving out that heat in autumn. This function of the lakes protects the autumn against frost, and it also keeps the summer time temperatures cooler than further inland. This temperature buffering(缓冲)produces areas known as "fruit belts”,where fruits typically grown farther south can be produced. That is why some southern fruits like apples ,cherries and grapes can be found in western Michigan near the lake shore as far north as the Grand Traverse Bay. The eastern shore of Lake Michigan and the southern shore of Lake Erie have many wine

makers as a result of this. However ,the lake effect has been found to be related to the occurrence of bad weather. For example, fogs are often formed over medium-sized areas along the shorelines of the lakes. This is most noticeable along Lake Superior's shores ,due to its coastal climate. A case in point is Hurricane Hazel in 1954,and tornadoes in Michigan and Ontario in 2007. Such evidence shows that the lake effect may help strengthen storms. 68.What result does "the lake effect" bring to the eastern shore? _____. A. Seasonal winds B. Warmer wet air C. Mild weather D. Heavy snowfalls 69.The underlined word "moderate" in the 2nd paragraph probably means u______”. A. hold B. limit C. balance D. raise 70.Some typical southern fruits grow well in western Michigan because_____. A?there is no frost in autumnB. it has a cool summer there C. it has a fairly mild climate D. there are many wine makers 71.We can know from the passage that _____. A. frosts often occur along the shores B. coastal areas are likely to be snowy C, storms strengthen the lake effect D. bad weather can be caused by the lake effect. E Could smells affect your lifespan? Female fruit flies rid of the ability to smell food outlive their peers . The sense of smell may be linked to the cellular ageing process in many other organisms—even people.A link has recently been found between sensory experiences and lifespan in both worms and flies.For example, Scott Pletcher, a biologist at the University of Michigan, found that eliminating (消除) fruit flies' ability to smell enabled them to live nearly 20 percent longer than flies with an intact sense of smell. Pletcher's team reasoned that food smells were the ones most likely to affect ageing, as nutrition and longevity are known to be linked in many organisms.To test the idea that food odors affect lifespan, Pletcher's team eliminated flies' ability to smell carbon dioxide, which is produced by some fly foods.They left the rest of the smelling system intact. This intervention had no effect on male flies, but the females lived 30 percent longer than normal.Pletcher thinks eliminating the ability to smell CO2 may deprive flies of information about food availability.This could signal to cells that food is scarce, causing processes that promote survival.Indeed, his team found that the CO2 -insensitive female flies stored extra fat and that both males and females immune to CO2 were more resistant to stress than normal flies.Pletcher isn't sure why the change in his fruit flies only affected the lifespan of the females, but he suggests that females may simply be more sensitive to the odor of CO2. A smell or taste that stretches lifespan in humans could be a potential preventative for age-related disease, he adds.Although in fruit flies it appears to be the smell of CO2 that affects ageing, he says that an analogue in humans might be a smell or taste linked to human food—or a lack of it.Matt Kaeberlein studies ageing at the University of Washington in Seattle. He cautions that we don't know whether ageing and smell are linked in mammals.But " we definitely undergo physiological changes in response to smelling food—I'm getting hungry just thinking about it—so I think it's possible." 67.The purpose of the study by Scott Pletcher is to ____. A.show there is the best way to make lifespan longer B.tell us we should eliminate our smell ability to live long

C.show the sense of smell can affect the cellular ageing process D.explain female fruit flies without ability to smell odor can live longer 68.Pletcher's team does some researches to prove ____. A.the immune system of flies to chemicals B.the links between nutrition and longevity C.the importance of food odors to our humans D.the connections between food odors and lifespan 69.According to the results of Pletcher's study, we can see that ____. A.male flies in general can live longer than female flies B.flies without ability to smell is inspired to find food in another way C.both male and female flies can live longer without the ability to smell D.flies without ability to smell can also get information about food availability 70.Which of the following best describes the passage as a whole? A.Female flies are insensitive to CO2. B.Smells could affect humans' lifespan. C.The sense of smell is vital to humans' health. D.Female fmit flies can live longer than male flies. 第四部分:书面表达(共两节,满分 50 分 第一节:完成句子(共 10 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 20 分) 阅读下列各小题,根据所给汉语提示,用句末括号内的英语单词完成句子,并将答案写在答 题卡上的相应题号后。 71.She felt quite excited with so many people ____. (approve) 有这么多人赞同她的决定,她感到很激动。 72.Using a washing machine means ____ as washing by hand. (use) 机洗意味着用水是手洗的三倍。 73.He offers me a piece of advice, ____ to the research work. (value) 他给我一条建议,我认为这对我的研究很有价值。 74 . The rooms were in a total mess when we came back from work—the house seemed .(break) 当我们下班回刭家时,发现屋子里一片狼藉—好像有人闯进来过。 75.Thanks, mum.But you actually ____ my papers.Please let me manage it myself next time. (sort) 谢谢,妈妈。但你不必替我整理试卷。下次请让我自己来。 76.____ twice, the postman refused to deliver our letters unless we have our dog chained. (bite) 被咬过两次后,这个邮递员拒绝送信,除非我们把狗拴住。 77. the past two years. In Some modem teaching equipment as well as hundreds of computers____ to schools in the rural areas. send) ( 在过去的两年里,一些现代化的教学实施和上百台电脑被送到了乡村的学校。 78.The experiment shows at proper amount of exercise, if regularly, can improve our health,(carry) 这项实验表明,有规律进行适量的运动,能增进我们的健康。 79.The representatives all applauded his proposal education. (assess) 代表们赞同他的提案,即每个孩子都应有平等机会接受教育。 80.So that we simply could not concentrate on our homework. noise) (

他们太吵了我们简直没法集中注意力写作业。 第二节:书面表达(满分 25 分) 假设你们班最近就是否应该建设地铁的问题展开了讨论, 以下是讨论结果, 请根据表格 提示给 China Daily 写一封信,反映讨论结果并提出自己的观点。

注意: 1.开头已给出,不计入总词数; 2.不要逐句翻译,但可适当增加内容以使行文连贯; 3.词数:120—150 Dear Editor, Recently,my class have had a heated argument on whether a subway should be built or not in our city.Opinions are varied.

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