福建师大附中 2013-2014 年第一学期期中测试 高三英语
第二部分：英语知识运用（共两节，满分 45 分） 第一节 单选填空（共 15 小题：每小题 1 分，满分 15 分） 21.Look,now you are not so good at lessons as others.You so much time playing outside. A.mustn’
t have spent B.might not spend C.couldn’t spend D. shouldn’t have spent 22.The whole society should be about the health and sound growth of children. A. concerned B.crazy C.particular D.doubtful 23.Did you have to an entrance examination before being admitted to this university？ A.get over B.get down to C.get through D.get across 24.The city has been built up really fast；it’s changed recognition. A.over B.above C.under D.beyond 25.He knows children，and he figures out how to teach his or her individual abilities. A.based on B.relied on C.determined on D.reflected on 26.It won’t be too long more overseas Chinese scholars return to China for the realization of the great rebirth of the Chinese nation. A.when B.since C.before D.That 27.—Is there anything you want to know？ —I just wonder that makes Jim so excited. A.what it is B.what he does C.how it is D.why it does 28. never to come back before he could make a big fortune，he said good-bye to his parents. A.Determined B.To determine C.Determine D.Having determined 29.A bonus of up to 5 percent can be added to a pupil’s final exam marks as a for good spelling and grammar. A.celebration B.reward C.consequence D.devotion 30.He fell in love with Yosemite National Park he saw it，when he was 13. A.for the first time B.any time C.by the time D.the first time 31.Dr Bethune was an excellent surgeon who the respect of all his colleagues. A.relieved B.persuaded C.commanded D.recognized 32.Only when the police arrived at the scene of crime out the truth. A.they found B.did they find C.had thy found D.they had found 33. His youth，the police have decided not to press charger against the young offender. A.In view of B.Regardless of C.In exchange for D.With regard to
34.Dr Smith cares about the poor and the sick，often them with free medical care. A.providing B.having provided C.provided D.to provide 35.For all these years，I for others. I’m hoping I’ll set up my own business some day. A.have worked B.had worked C.worked D.have been working 第二节 完形填空（共 20 题：每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分） About three months ago，my father was in hospital recovering form a major lung operation.My mother had recently 36 ，and my father had taken the loss of his partner of 58 years very hard and lost 37 in life. It was quite difficult to try to 38 him to eat each day as he didn’t want anything. The only thing, 39 ， that he would ask us to bring him was ice cream. One evening, to our 40 , he refused to eat the ice cream, so I placed it in a staffroom 41 . A little while later, my son said he wanted it, so I 42 it for him. As I passed another ward (病房), a woman asked, “Are there more 43 that came from?” When I explained, she seemed very 44 . She then said that she had cancer and could eat very little 45 than the occasional ice cream. The next evening, I decided to buy two ice creams. On the way to dad’s room, I came into the 46 woman’s room, and 47 her the ice cream I’d bought for her. She was 48 astonished that I had thought of her, and accepted the gift with tears in her eyes. I spoke with her for a few minutes, 49 what was happening in my family and listened to her story of pain and 50 . It was obvious that she did not have many 51 , and the ice cream and our short chat meant a great deal to her. I 52 the gesture a few days later, and this time I received a warm 53 . I never even tried to ask her name and never saw her again, 54 it made me realize that a simple act of kindness can 55 joy to a person’s unfortunate life. 36. A. come back B. gone out C. passed away D. calmed down 37. A. interest B. happiness C. patience D. sympathy 38. A. get B. promise C. make D. let 39. A. otherwise B. however C. therefore D. meanwhile 40. A. delight B. disappointment C. surprise D. relief 41. A. shelf B. container C. table D. fridge 42. A. gathered B. found C. bought D. fetched 43. A. which B. where C. what D. how 44. A. disappointed B. curious C. pleased D. regretful 45. A. rather B. better C. other D. less 46. A. tough B. healthy C. bright D. sick 47. A. supplied B. offered C. sold D. returned 48. A. properly B. totally C. hardly D. exactly 49. A. explaining B. complaining C. imagining D. lying 50. A. amusement B. adventure C. mercy D. suffering 51. A. presents B. troubles C. visitors D. ice creams
52. A. gave B. signed C. repeated D. saw 53. A. hug B. call C. word D. help 54. A. so B. but C. and D. though 55. A. show B. bring C. owe D. Present 第三部分：阅读理解（共 20 小题，每小题 2 分，满分 40 分） A Margeaux Wolberg was sitting with the other 12-year-olds in her class when one of the girls turned to her and asked, “Is your mom dead?” She never came to school like the other mothers to volunteer in the library or help the teachers. It was always Margeaux’s dad who did that. Margeaux reached for her laptop, typed a few words into Google and showed her classmate a list of hits with her mother’s name and job titles, from chief information officer at Salesforce.com to her current role as vice-president of technology business operations at PayPal. “See, my mom’s not dead,” she said. “My mom’s famo us.” Kirsten Wolberg, 45, tells this story with pride. She doesn’t fall into the guilt trap these days when she has to miss a school play. Instead she is content that her two daughters are growing up with such a strong role model: a woman in a high-powered job in Silicon Valley. Long before either of her kids was bom , Wolberg and her future husband Michael had a conversation about how they would divide household and childcare duties. “I said, ‘Listen ，one of the things that’s really important to me is to have a parent at home full time， ，” she remembers. “ 4And it can’t be me.，” Michael Wolberg, 43，worked for years for a pharmaceutical distributor（医药 分销商）. But when Margeaux was bom, he quit — or retired, as he likes to say — to become a stay-at-home dad. And he hasn’t looked back. The relative quiet of spending 12 hours a day alone with a child suits his personality better than an office, he says, and much better than it would ever suit his wife. “She’s spent many, many years trying to get to the place where she is and even further，” he says, “and this lifestyle of crawling(爬行) around on the floor and changing diapers(尿片）and all kinds of other things is not for her.” 56.From the first three paragraphs we know that Margeaux ______. A. felt hurt by her classmates B. was proud of her mother C. felt disappointed with her mother D. was looked down upon in the school 57.According to the passage, Kirsten ______. A. finds it hard to seek her kids’ understanding B. is glad to have set a good example to her kids C. is as successful in her career as her husband D. feels sorry for not helping in her girl’s school 58. Why did Michael choose to be a stay-at-home dad? A. He was tired of his job。 B. He is more suitable by nature to stay at home. C. He was forced to quit the job. D. He and his wife reached an agree ment after the kids’birth.
59.From the passage we can infer that ______. A. Michael regrets making the decision B. Kirsten is neither a good wife nor a qualified mother C. Michael does not understand his wife very much D. Kirsten is likely to achieve greater success in her career B We have designed all our bank cards to make your life easier. How to use your NatWest Servicecard As a Switch card, it lets you pay for all sorts of goods and services, whenever you see the Switch logo. The money comes straight out of your account, so you can spend as much as you like as long as you have enough money (or an agreed overdraft(透 支) to cover it. It is also a cheque guarantee card for up to the amount shown on the card. And it gives you free access to your money from over 31,000 cash machines across the UK. How to use your NatWest Chshcard You can use your Cashcard as a Sulo card to pay for goods and services wherever you see the Solo logo. It can also give you access to your account and your cash from over 31,000 cash machines nationwide. You can spend or withdraw(提取) what you have in your account, or as much as your agreed overdraft limit. Using your card abroad You can also use your Servicecard and Cashcard when you're abroad. You can withdraw cash at cash machines and pay for goods and services wherever you see the Cirrus or Macstro logo displayed. We take a commission(委托) charge of 2.25% of each cash withdrawal you make (up to ￡4) and a commission charge of 75 pence every time you use Maestro to pay for goods or services. We also apply a foreign-exchange transaction fee of 2.65%. How to use your NatWest Credit Card With your credit card you can do the following: ＊ Pay for goods and services and enjoy up to 56 days' interest-free credit. ＊ Pay in over 24 million shops worldwide that display the Mastercard or Visa logos. ＊ Collect one AIR MILE for every ￡ 20 of spending that appears on your statement. (This does not include foreign currency or traveler's cheques bought, interest and other charges.) 60. If you carry the Servicecard or the Cashcard, _______. A. you can use it to guarantee things as you wish B. you can draw your money from cash machines conveniently C. you can spend as much money as you like without a limit D. you have to pay some extra money when you pay for services in the UK 61. If you withdraw ￡200 from a cash machine abroad, you will be charged ______. A. ￡4 B. ￡4.5 C. ￡5.25 D. ￡5.3 62. Which of the following is TRUE about using your NatWest Credit Card? A. You have to pay back with interest within 56 days.
B. You will be charged some interest beyond two months. C. You can use the card in any shop across the world. D. You will gain one air mile if you spend ￡20 on traveller's cheques. 63. The purpose of the passage is to show you how to ______. A. play your cards right B. use your cards abroad C. draw cash with your cards D. pay for goods with your cards C We can achieve knowledge either actively or passively . We achieve it actively by direct experience, by testing and proving an idea, or by reasoning. We achieve knowledge passively by being told by someone else. Most of the learning that takes place in the classroom and the kind that happens when we watch TV or read newspapers or magazines is passive. If we achieve knowledge by passive learning, it's not surprising that we depend on it in our everyday communication with friends and co-workers. Unfortunately, passive learning has a serious problem. It makes us tend to accept what we are told even when it is little more than hearsay and rumor (谣言). Did you ever play the game Rumor? It begins when one person writes down a message but doesn't show it to anyone. Then the person whispers it, word for word, to another person. That person, in turn, whispers it to still another, and so on, through all the people playing the game. The last person writes down the message word for word as he or she hears it. Then the two written statements are compared. Typically, the original message has changed. That's what happens in daily life. The simple fact that people repeat a story in their own words changes the story. Then, too, most people listen imperfectly. And many enjoy adding their own creative touch to a story, trying to improve on it, stamping it with their own personal style. Yet those who hear it think they know. This process is also found among scholars and writers: A statement of opinion by one writer may be re-stated as fact by another, who may in turn be quoted（引 述） by yet another; and this process may continue, unless it happens to someone to question the facts. 64.Which of the following is NOT a passive learning？ A. Reading academic works. B. Doing questions and answers in the classroom. C. Writing research papers based on experiments. D. Taking part in a recitation competition. 65. The underlined word "it" in Paragraph 2 refers to _____. A. active learning B. knowledge C. communication D. passive learning 66. The writer mentions the game Rumor to show that _____. A. a message may be changed when being passed on B. a message should be delivered in different ways C. people may have problems with their sense of hearing D. people tend not to believe in what they know as rumor 67. What can we infer from the passage? A. Active learning is less important.
B. Passive learning may not be reliable. C. Active learning happens more often. D. Passive learning is not found among writers. D A new study suggests that early exposure to bacteria strengthens the immune system（免疫系统）. That means letting children get a little dirty might be good for their health later in life. The study involved laboratory mice. It found that adult mice raised in a bacteria-free environment were more likely to develop allergies and other autoimmune disorders（自体免疫紊乱）. There are more than eighty disorders, where cells, which normally defend the body, attack tissues and organs instead. In 1989, medical researchers sought to explain these diseases. They suppose that the increasing use of antibacterial soaps and other products, especially early in life, could weaken immune systems. They think the supposition has stated or suggested that early-life exposure to bacteria is a very important determinant of later life sensitivity to allergic and so-called autoimmune diseases. Now, the researchers have what they say is the first biological evidence to link early exposure to bacteria to stronger adult immune systems. They say this exposure could prevent the development of some autoimmune diseases. In the adult bacteria-free mice, they found that inflammation （炎症） in the lungs was caused by so-called killer T cells. These normally fight infection（感染）. But they became overactive and targeted healthy tissue. Researchers found the mice raised in a normal environment did not have the same reaction mainly because their immune systems had been “educated” by early exposure to bacteria. Rates of autoimmune disorders are rising worldwide, but mostly in wealthier and industrialized countries. Rob Dunn, a professor of ecology and evolutionary biology at North Carolina State University, says the new study does not mean people should stop washing. “Wash your hands, but don’t do it with antimicrobial（抗菌的）soap. Let your kids play in a reasonable amount of dirt and get outside and get exposed to a variety of things.” 68. We can learn from this passage that A. adult bacteria-free mice have stronger immune systems B. antimicrobial soaps help protect people from autoimmune disorders C. rates of autoimmune disorders are rising faster in industrialized countries D. exposure to bacteria should be prevented in case of autoimmune disorders 69. The underlined “they” in paragraph four refers to A. autoimmune disorders B. killer T cells C. adult bacteria-free mice D. lungs 70. What Rob Dunn says in the last paragraph serves as a(n) A. explanation to the topic sentence B. introduction to the topic sentence C. comment on the topic sentence D. repetition of the topic sentence 71. The best title of this passage should be . A. Wash Your Hands to Prevent Autoimmune Disorders B. Why Getting Dirty Can Be Healthy for Children
C. Bacteria-free Environment Does Good to Adult mice D. Researchers Sought to Explain Bacteria-free Environment E Only two countries in the advanced world provide no guarantee for paid leave from work to care for a newborn child. Last spring one of the two, Australia, gave up the bad distinction by setting up paid family leave starting in 2011. I wasn't surprised when this didn't make the news here in the United States-we're now the only wealthy country without such a policy. The United States does have one explicit family policy, the Family and Medical Leave Act, passed in 1993. It entitles workers to as much as 12 weeks' unpaid leave for care of a newborn or dealing with a family medical problem. Despite the modesty of the benefit, the Chamber of Commerce and other business groups fought it bitterly, describing it as "government-run personnel management" and a "dangerous precedent (先例)". In fact, every step of the way, as (usually) Democratic leaders have tried to introduce work-family balance measures into the law, business groups have been strongly opposed. As Yale law professor Anne Alstott, argues, justifying parental support depends on defining (定义) the family as a social good that, in some sense, society must pay for. Parents are burdened in many ways in their lives: there is "no exit" when it comes to children. Society expects-and needs-parents to provide their children with continuity of care. And society expects-and needs-parents to persist in their roles for 18 years, or longer if needed. While most parents do this out of love, there are public punishments for not providing care. What parents do, in other words, is of deep concern to the state, for the obvious reason that caring for children is not only morally urgent but important to the future of society. To classify parenting as a personal choice for which there is no collective responsibility is not merely to ignore the social benefits of good parenting; really, it is to steal those benefits because they accrue (累积) to the whole of society as today's children become tomorrow's citizens. In fact, by some estimates, the value of parental investments in children, investments of time and money, is equal to 20%～30% of GDP. If these investments bring huge social benefits-as they clearly do-the benefits of providing more social support for the family should be that much clearer. 72. What do we learn about paid family leave from Paragraph 1? A. It came as a surprise when Australia adopted the policy. B. Setting up this policy made Australia less influential. C. It has now become a hot topic in the United States. D. No such policy is applied in the United States. 73. What makes it hard to take work-family balance measures in the States? A. The incompetence of the Democrats. B. The opposition from business circles. C. The lack of a precedent in American history. D. The existing Family and Medical Leave Act. 74. What is Professor Anne Alstott's argument for parental support?
A. Children need continuous care. B. Good parenting benefits society. C. The cost of raising children has been growing. D. The U. S. should keep up with other developed countries. 75. Why is the author against classifying parenting as a personal choice? A. Parenting is regarded as a moral duty parents should bear. B. Parenting relies largely on social for financial support. C. Parenting produces huge moral benefits and profitable rewards. D. Parenting is basically a task that social hands over to parents. 第 II 卷（共 35 分） 1.短文填词（共 10 小题，每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） What stands for fashion of the contemporary life? The answer is cell phone . The cell phone，c one of the greatest inventions of last century， 76. brings us much convenience.The reasons the view point can be listed 77. as follows.First of all，it has changed our way of life and has s 78. up the pace of our work.As a useful tool，it makes possible for us 79. to talk to w we intend to communicate with while we are at work. 80. Besides，the cell phone is a good tool to have f and make us feel 81. cool.Modern cell phones even have the cameras and recording （结合） 82. The latest cell phones have many （功能）such as playing games ， 83. listening to music and r you of appointments and important dates 84. The future development of cell phones will be wonderful as （预期） 85. 第五部分：作文（共 25 分） 假如你是某中学英文报问答栏目的编辑Alan。 你收到了一位中学生的来信， 请仔细阅读 来们内容并根据所给提示，给这位读者作一回复。 Dear Alan, I am a Senior Two student. I love singing very much. I can’t wait to become a shining star through competing in talent shows like Happy Girls and Voice of China. But my parents are strongly against it. I’m so angry and sad. What should I do? 提示： 1．你对参加选秀的看法：误导年轻人认为参加选秀是成功的捷径；因明星梦而荒废学 业。 2．提出合理建议。 注意： 1．考生可适当发挥，使文章内容充实、连贯； 2．文中不能出现考生的具体信息； 3．词数120左右，信的开头和结尾已给出，不计入总词数。 参考词汇：捷径——shortcut Dear Songbird, It is true that nowadays many ordinary people have become famous stars through talent shows overnight.
Best wishes. Alan
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