顺义区 2013 届高三第二次统练
第二部分：知识运用 (共两节，45分) 第一节 单项填空 (共15小题；每小题l分，共15分) 21. —I hear you?ve just returned from Australia. —Yeah. I ______ there on business. A. go B. went C. have gone
D. had gone
22. Lily won a gold medal in the race, ______ all her friends considered a great honor. A. which B. what C. why D. where
23. Scientists ______ a way to predict earthquakes, but you can learn to protect yourself during one. A. don?t find B. didn?t find C. haven?t found D. won?t find
24. ______ Brown Bear in Russia is more or less ______ same animal as the Grizzly Bear in North America. A. The; the B. A; a C. The; a D. A; the
25. ______ down, he was badly in need of a holiday. A. Dragging B. To be dragged C. Having dragged D. Having been dragged
26. —How can I achieve my goal? —You ______ work hard and stick to it. A. can B. may C. must D. would
27. The teacher suggested that each student ______ a plan for the vocation. A. make B. makes C. would make D. made
28. It?s reported that the fire had burned for quite some time ______ it was brought under control. A. since B. when C. once D. before
29. As the big day of my speech ______, I tried to familiarize myself with what I would be saying. A. has approached C. was approaching B. would approach D. had approached
30. The dinner party ______ at 7:00 p.m. will be followed by a concert. A. to start B. starting C. started D. being started
31. How time flies! Summer vocation is just ______ the corner. A. on B. over C. to D. around
32. —Linda, ______ the dinner table; Tom and Dick, sweep the floor. —OK, Mom. A. clean B. cleans C. cleaning D. to clean
33. When the fisherman turned around, he found a fish ______. A. had hooked B. was hooking C. had been hooked D. was hooked
34. It?s good for a university student to take up a job if he can get ______. A. it B. one C. some D. that
35. With the word “PM2.5” constantly ______ in media reports, you might be wondering what on earth it means. A. appeared B. appearing C. to appear D. being appeared
第二节 完形填空 (共20小题；每小题l.5分，共30分) I was born with cerebral palsy(脑瘫) and did not walk until after I was two years of age. Although my condition was relatively mild and I 36 quite well, I faced many challenges. __37 . I never learned
I was regularly chosen last for a baseball team when school children were organizing a how to ice skate. It took me forever to learn to process. Even so, I was a The most 42 40 39 38
a bike, and my knees and elbows were always injured in the
boy and was well liked by my peers throughout elementary school. 41 up for the cross-country track and field team. My
time came when I began high school. I
had always been poor, and a slight push would send me flying to the dirt. Over the first few days other runners __43__ balance as they lapped me on the track. To the 44 of some, I
noticed my poor pace and would knock me was forced to get up several times. They 45 fight. But I was never a 46
me about my poor performance and made me the target of their one-sided 47 . 48
. I stayed with track and field even though the harassment(骚扰) at the track
One day in early October, we had unexpected snow and freezing rain. The track team was allowed to indoors. I borrowed the stopwatch from the coach and gym, they couldn?t help but notice the one __50__ 49
my time on the track. As the other kids exercised in the
runner dragging through freezing rain on the snow-covered track. 51 , did not.
The next week, the weather returned to normal, and outdoor training continued. The harassment, Each time a member of the track team passed me, he would offer a few words of “Keep going, pal.” “Don?t give up, bro.” “You can do it, buddy.” 52 .
At the end of that month, I was voted “athlete of the month” and was presented with a certificate. I earned their Now whenever I despair, I?ll and a sincere 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. A. party A. push A. clever A. difficult A. raised A. eyesight A. off A. excitement A. told A. quitter A. appeared A. rest A. organized A. weak A. moreover A. praise A. attention A. promise A. faith 55 54
myself that challenges are not overcome by force, but rather by determination
in the natural goodness of others. B. worked B. trip B. ride B. kind B. important B. carried B. judgment B. with B. amusement B. teased B. runner B. stopped B. study B. improved B. hard B. therefore B. encouragement B. trust B. bless B. love C. behaved C. game C. fix C. lucky C. enjoyable C. picked C. balance C. in C. contentment C. warned C. fighter C. increased C. train C. wasted C. brave C. however C. comfort C. thanks C. remind C. interest D. remained D. meeting D. make D. happy D. critical D. signed D. behavior D. on D. astonishment D. questioned D. beggar D. continued D. play D. enjoyed D. lone D. though D. congratulation D. respect D. inform D. pride
第三部分：阅读理解 (共两节，40分)第一节 (共15小题；每小题2分，共30分) A San Diego Summer The summer after my second year in high school, I finally had the opportunity to live with my super-cool sister in San Diego for three weeks. It was going to be great! I would lie on the beach in the sun. Perhaps I would surf a little or ride my bike around Coronado Island. Meanwhile, I would spend every morning, Monday through Friday, teaching YMCA (Young Men?s Christian Association) kids how to play tennis…for FREE. Since college wasn?t too far off, and since I had practically zero hours of community service, my volunteering at the YMCA was smart. I like tennis and I even kind of like little kids. Anyway, life was going to be amazing for those three weeks. On my first day at the YMCA, I was shocked by the smallness of the children. The kids could barely grasp a racket(球
拍), let alone swing one. This is when it occurred to me how potentially terrible the situation was—a group of thirty small
children with rackets in hand and only four coaches. The odds were definitely against us. Luckily, the kids did not have blood on their minds, and they were relatively obedient and cooperative. It soon became painfully obvious that I was the only “coach” actually coaching. Rather ironic when one considered that I was the only one of the four NOT being paid. I must admit, however, that despite all of my efforts these children were not getting much. I had to keep telling myself that while I couldn?t enjoy the fruits of my labor at the moment, I would be reveling in the benefits once college application time came. Thus, I soldiered on. As I returned home the day before the opening of school, I had complete peace of mind. Although I did not spend every day at the beach as I had initially hoped to do, I did accomplish several things and I felt as if I were a better person because of my three weeks in San Diego. 56. Before going to San Diego the author was full of ______. A. expectation B. confidence C. doubt D. curiosity
57. The author taught YMCA kids to play tennis because she ______. A. loved small children and was active as a volunteer B. must do community service to be admitted to college C. wanted to earn some money to pay for her college fees D. would like to do something for others as a sincere Christian 58. The underlined words “I soldiered on” reflect the author?s ______. A. desire to join the army B. love for teaching tennis C. control for young learner D. determination not to give up 59. According to the last paragraph, we can predict that the author will ______ in the future. A. become a teacher B. move to the beach C. play tennis professionally D. help others more willingly
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C The Lionfish Invasion!
Lionfish are popular saltwater aquarium(水族箱) fish all over the world, especially in the United States. Nowadays, they also live in Atlantic waters off the East Coast of the United States. These lionfish are what scientists call an invasive(侵入的) species(物种) or an “alien invader.” Local divers off the coast of North Carolina were not expecting to see what they found one day in August 2002—the beautiful lionfish, common to the warm waters of the western Pacific, but unknown of the Carolina coast. They provided the first solid evidence that lionfish were in the Atlantic. A year later, scientists documented 19 lionfish sightings at eight locations along the North Carolina continental shelf. Then, lionfish were observed off the coasts of Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina, and even as far north as Long Island, New York! Between 2000 and 2003, lionfish sightings were reported at 16 different shipwrecks and natural hard bottom locations. During a summer 2004 research expedition, NOAA(The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) scientists collected 155 lionfish at 19 different locations off the North Carolina coast alone. The jump in numbers and distributions over such a short time strongly indicates that the lionfish is reproducing in the Atlantic Ocean. If this is true, it?s the first time that a western Pacific fish has populated the U.S. Atlantic coast. These lionfish were likely released on purpose when people no longer wanted them! The swift and warm Gulf Stream, which transported the floating lionfish eggs from Florida northward, helped the lionfish?s Atlantic journey. In Florida waters and along the continental shelf near the Gulf Stream the temperatures are very similar to the lionfish?s native waters. However, from north Florida upward, the waters along the coastline are too cold in the winter for lionfish to survive. Scientists expect them to survive the winter only at water depths greater than 120ft because this is where the Gulf Stream has influence all year long. Very importantly, the types of predators(食肉动物) and competitors present in the Atlantic are very different from the native range of the lionfish. Generally, the lionfish have not been found to endanger marine ecosystems because they were not likely to survive long.
63. Scientists call the lionfish an “alien invader” because the lionfish ______. A. have damaged the native species B. are able to live in a new environment C. came from one place and spread to another D. will attack other species with their poisonous teeth 64. How does the author support the reproducing of lionfish in the Atlantic in Para.3? A. By analyzing causes. C. By raising questions. B. By providing figures. D. By expressing opinions.
65. Which of the following is the main idea of the passage? A. Lionfish got into the Atlantic Ocean in 2002. B. Lionfish will not live long in the new environment. C. Lionfish is a popular aquarium fish in the United States. D. Lionfish has been populating the waters of the Atlantic Ocean. 66. What is the author?s attitude towards the lionfish invasion? A. Serious. D B. Disapproving. Why Laughter Matters C. Optimistic. D. Indifferent.
Although most people believe that laughter is one of the nature?s great treatments for a whole range of mental and physical diseases, it is still a serious scientific subject that researchers are trying to figure out. “Laughter above all else is a social thing,” says Baltimore neuroscientist, Robert Provine, who has studied laughter for decades. “All laughter groups laugh ?ha-ha-ha? basically the same way. Whether you speak Mandarin, French or English, everyone will understand laughter. There is a pattern generator(发生器) in our brain that produces this sound.” Laughing is our first way of communicating. Babies laugh long before they speak. No one teaches them how to laugh. They just do. People may laugh at a prank(恶作剧) on April Fools? day. But surprisingly, only 10 to 15 percent of laughter is the result of someone making a joke. Laughter is mostly about social responses rather to a joke. Deaf people laugh without hearing and people on cell phones laugh without seeing, showing that laughter isn?t dependent on single sense but on social interactions. And laughter is not just a people thing. Chimps tickle(挠痒) each other and even laugh when another chimp pretends to tickle them. Jaak Panksepp, a Bowling Green University Psychology professor, studies rats that laugh when he tickles them. It turns out rats love to be tickled—they return again and again to the hands of researchers tickling them. By studying rats, scientists can figure out what?s going on in the brain during laughter. Northwestern University biomedical engineering professor, Jeffrey Burgdorf has found that laughter in rats produces a chemical that acts as an antidepressant(抗抑郁药). He thinks the same thing probably happens in humans, too. This would give doctors a new chemical target to develop drugs that can fight depression. Even so, laughter itself has not been proved to be the best medicine, experts said. Margaret Stuber, a professor at University of California, studied whether laugher helped patients. She found that distraction(分心) and mood improvement helped, but she could not find a benefit of laughter alone. “No study has shown that laughter produces a direct health benefit,” Provine said, largely because it?s hard to separate laughter from just feeling good. But he thinks it doesn?t really matter: “Isn?t the fact that laughter feels good when you do it enough? 67. The most important finding of Robert Provine?s research is that ______. A. laughter makes a person feel good B. laughter depends on different senses C. laughter is a quality people are born with D. laughter is a social response shared by all creatures 68. According to the passage, scientists studied rats in order to find ______. A. if they can laugh C. what laughter in rats produces 69. What can we learn from the passage? A. Patients will recover if they laugh enough. B. Laughter is a means of communication as well as language. C. A new medicine has been developed based on the laughter research. D. Scientists can know what is happening in a human brain when he laughs. 70. Which of the following shows the structure of the passage? B. if they like laughing D. how rats react while being tickled
C C. CP P1 P2 P1 Sp2 D.
CP P2 Sp2
C CP: Central point P: Point Sp: Sub-point(次要点)
C C: Conclusion
第二节 (共5小题；每小题2分，共10分) Seeing with Sound According to a British news report, some blind people may finally get a chance to “see”. __71 Dr. Peter Meijer, a scientist at Philips Research Laboratories in the Netherlands, has developed a new system called the vOICe. The three middle letters in vOICe stand for “Oh, I see.” Meijer?s groundbreaking technology may change the lives of visually impaired (视力障碍) people all over the world. A wearable setup of vOICe system consists of a head-mounted camera, stereo headphones and a notebook PC. The system translates visual images from a camera into complex sounds. mental images. Everything has its own unique sound. 73 __72 The program is based on the theory that people can hear certain sounds and learn to translate them into meaningful The height of an object or person could be determined by pitch(音调). And a built-in colour identifier speaks out colour names when it is turned on. What the vOICe users had to learn is which sound went with which object. Meijer says that he is counting on the brain?s ability to adapt. __74 Within two weeks, most people who experiment with the vOICe system are able to identify objects such as 75 walls and doors. They are also able to identify certain situations, including whether the lights in a room are on or off. them for the very first time. A. Brighter areas sound louder than darker areas. B. It then sends these sounds to a person through headphones. C. However, they are not learning to see with their eyes; they are learning to see with their ears. D. The vOICe system is aiming to treat blindness by translating images from a camera into audio signals. E. Meijer supposes that the brain is interested in the information “content”, but not the information “carrier”. F. To evaluate the new system?s effectiveness, a number of visually impaired people were chosen to test the vOICe. G. Over time, some users have even learned to “watch” television or “recognize” the outlines of buildings as they walk.
Meijer thinks that translating will eventually become automatic for many users of the vOICe, bringing a form of vision to
第一节 情景作文 (20分) 假设你是红星中学高二（1）班的学生李华。你校英语报正在开展以“人间真情”为主题的征文活动。请根据 图片的先后顺序，将2012年7月21日北京暴雨当晚父亲和你开车回家时发生的故事记述下来，向校报投稿。词数不 少于60。
第二节 开放作文 (15分) 请根据下面提示，写一篇短文。词数不少于50。 You are discussing the following picture with your English friend Jim. Now you are telling him how you understand the picture and what makes you think so.
顺义区 2013 届高三第二次统练
第一节（共 5 小题；每小题 1.5 分，共 7.5 分）
1. C 6. B 11. B
2. B 7. A 12. C
3. C 8. C 13.A
4. A 9. B 14. A
5. B 10. A 15. C
第二节（共 10 小题；每小题 1.5 分，共 15 分）
第三节（共 5 小题；每小题 1.5 分，共 7.5 分） 每小题 1.5 分。如出现拼写错误不计分；出现大小写、单复数错误扣 0.5 分；如每小题 超过一个词不计分。
第一节 单项填空（共 15 小题：每小题 1 分，共 15 分） 从每题所给的 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. B 26. C 31. D
22. A 27. A 32. A
23. C 28. D 33. C
24. A 29. C 34. B
25. D 30. B 35. B
第二节 完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1.5 分，共 30 分） 阅读下面短文，掌握其大意，从每题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项， 并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
36. A 41. D 46. A 51. C
37. C 42. C 47. D 52. B
38. B 43. A 48. C 53. D
39. D 44. B 49. B 54. C
40. A 45. B 50. D 55. A
第一节（共 15 小题；每小题 2 分，共 30 分） 阅读下列短文，从每题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项，并在答题卡上 将该项涂黑。
56. A 61. C 66. C
57. B 62. A 67. A
58. D 63. C 68. C
59. D 64. B 69. B
60. B 65. D 70. D
第二节（共 5 小题 ；每小题 2 分，共 10 分） 根据短文内容， 从短文后的七个选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。 选项中有两项为 多余选项。
第一节 情景作文（20 分）
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