当前位置:首页 >> 英语 >> 广东省东莞市南开实验学校2013届高三上学期期初考试英语试题

广东省东莞市南开实验学校2013届高三上学期期初考试英语试题


南开实验学校 2013 届高三上学期期初考试英语试题 【绝密★启用前 A】
考试时间:120 分钟 满分:135 分

I. 语言知识与应用(共两节, 满分 45 分) 第一节 完形填空 (共 15 小题;每小题 2 分, 满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从 1-15 各题所给的 A、B、C 和 D 项中, 选出最 佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 Using All Your Strength A young boy was walking with his father along a country road. When they came across a large tree branch 1 the pathway, the boy asked, “Do you think I could 2 it?” His father answered, “If you use all your strength, I am sure you can.” The boy tried 3 to lift, pull and push the branch, but it wouldn’t budge. 4 , he said, “Dad, you were wrong. I can’t do it alone.” “Try again,” his dad said. This time, as the boy struggled, his father 5 him. Together they pushed the 6 aside. “Son, the first time you didn’t use all your strength,” his father said. “You didn’t ask me to help.” This is a valuable 7 . There are many things we can’t do alone, but that doesn’t mean we can’t get them done. We are 8 by resources that can be mobilized (调动) to help us 9 our goals including family, friends and faith. Sometimes we 10 to ask for help because of 11 or stubbornness. Sometimes we think it is a sign of 12 to admit we need a hand. Sometimes we don’t even 13 asking for help. Whatever the reason is, it is a waste. It’s 14 that we learn to use all our strength. This includes inner resources such as discipline, courage, and even love. It also includes 15 resources. Just as we should be willing to help others, we should be willing to ask others for help. 1. A. falling B. stopping C. blocking D. cutting 2. A. lift B. move C. carry D. throw 3. A. mightily B. carefully C. hardly D. painfully 4. A. Excited B. Surprised C. Discouraged D. Unexpected 5. A. taught B. joined C. pushed D. praised 6. A. stone B. branch C. road D. tree 7. A. job B. way C. lesson D. resource 8. A. hidden B. cheated C. covered D. surrounded 9. A. set B. change C. achieve D. discover 10. A. try B. fail C. manage D. stop 11. A. pride B. mood C. pity D. strength 12. A. politeness B. slightness C. kindness D. weakness 13. A. use up B. refer to C. think about D. carry out 14. A. important B. likely C. possible D. acceptable

15. A. another

B. outer

C. natural

D. further

第二节 语法填空 (共 10 小题;每小题 1.5 分, 满分 15 分) 阅读下面短文,按照句子结构的语法性和上下文连贯的要求,在空格处填入一个适当 的词或使用括号中词语的正确形式填空,并将答案填写在答题卡标号为 16~25 的相应位置 上。 When a lion was asleep, a little mouse began running up and down beside him, 16 made some noise. This soon wakened the lion. 17 (lose) his temper, he caught the mouse in his paws and was about to kill it. The mouse, terrified, pleaded to the lion to spare 18 life. "Please let me go," it cried, "and one day I will repay you for your 19 (kind)." The idea of so small a creature ever being able to do anything for him amused the lion so much 20 he laughed aloud. He thought, “How could this little mouse help me?” 21 , he lifted his paws and let it go. But the mouse's chance came after all. A few days later, when the lion was wandering in the forest, he 22 (catch) in a trap. The hunters wanted to take him alive to the king, 23 they tied him to a tree, and went away to look for a wagon. Just then the little mouse passed 24 , and saw the sad lion. It went up to him and soon gnawed away (啃断) the ropes. “Was I right?” asked the little mouse. This lion 25 his head and thanked the little mouse. _ (nod)

II. 阅读(共两节, 满分 50 分) 第一节 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 A、B、C 和 D 项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该 项涂黑。 A I took the bus to work for many years. No one knew each other; the passengers all sat there sleepily in the morning. The bus was cheerless and silent. One of the passengers was a small grey man who took the bus to the center for senior citizens every morning. No one ever paid very much attention to him. One July morning he said good morning to the driver and smiled. The driver nodded guardedly. The rest of us were silent.

The following weeks, our friend was dressed in a nice old suit and tie. The thin hair had been carefully combed. He said good morning to us every day and we gradually began to nod and talk to each other. One morning he even had a bunch of wild flowers in his hand. The driver turned around smilingly and asked, “Have you got yourself a girlfriend, Charlie?” We never got to know if his name really was “Charlie”, but he nodded shyly and said yes. The other passengers whistled and clapped at him. Charlie waved the flowers before he sat down on his seat. Every morning after that Charlie always brought flowers. Some passengers also brought flowers for him. The bus became a happy place.

Then, one morning, as autumn was closing in, Charlie wasn’t waiting at his usual stop. When he wasn’t there the next day and the day after that, we started wondering if he was sick or hopefully---on holiday somewhere. When we came nearer to the center for senior citizens, one of the passengers even asked the driver to wait. We all held our breaths when he went to the door. The old gentleman was fine, but one of his close friends had died over the weekend. How silent we were the rest of the way to work. The next Monday Charlie was waiting at the stop, and without a tie. Inside the bus was silent. 26. The story is mainly developed by ______. A. time B. logic C. comparison D. cause and result 27. Greeted with “good morning” from the old man, people aboard the bus at first _____. A. felt tired and sleepy and didn’t want to talk B. greeted him back loudly and politely C. guarded against the conversation from strangers D. felt surprised and became angry with him. 28. When the passengers found the old man was not waiting at the bus stop as usual, they did the following things EXCEPT _____. A. buy flowers and wait for him to come B. feel anxious and worried about him C. miss him and expect to see him D. hope he was going on holiday rather than falling ill 29. It can be inferred from the text that _____. A. the driver didn’t like the old man at first B. people usually wear a tie when they are happy C. passengers brought flowers to express gratitude(感激) to the old man D. the old man had a great influence on the passengers’ emotion 30. The purpose of the passage is to _____. A. introduce the old gentleman and praise his good deeds B. persuade us to become friendly and considerate to people around C. tell us to keep silent when somebody passes away D. criticize those who remain silent when they are greeted B YOUR mom might cook a bowl of noodles for you on your birthday. But in the US, a mom makes a cupcake for her children on their birthday.

But recently some doctors have called for this to be banned. They believe cupcakes contribute to child obesity. Despite their good intentions, however, some people believe that experts are interfering (妨 碍) with American culture. The cupcake is seen as American as apple pie --- only prettier. According to Marion Nestle, a professor of nutrition at New York University, the cupcake is the

most democratic (民主的) of desserts. As they are small enough for one person, you don't have to share your cupcake with anyone --- it's all yours. They are also all the same size, so there can't be any cries of "she got the bigger piece!" Each bite can taste different depending on how much icing(糖衣) you have. It is a lesson in self-determination. Some people eat only a little of the frosting every time, others have it all in just one bite. In recent years, eating a cupcake has become as trendy as having a cup of Starbucks coffee. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton jokingly promised on a talk show that if she was elected president, she would give everyone a cupcake on her birthday. Ruth Reichl, editor-in-chief of Gourmet magazine, explains that the rise of the cupcake is very much about going back to American national identity in food, which is all about comfort. "People want to think about when they and their country were innocent," she said. 31. According to the passage, it has been an American tradition that ___________. A. a party for children on their birthday B. A mom cooks a bowl of noodles for her children on their birthday. C. A mom makes a cupcake for her children on their birthday and brings it to the classroom. D. parents go travelling with their children on their birthday. 32. Why do doctors ask people to ban cupcakes on children's birthday? A. Because they themselves don't like cupcakes. B. Because they think cupcakes are not so delicious. C. Because they believe cupcakes will cause cries of "She got the bigger piece".

33. Which of the following is NOT true according to Marion Nestle? A. The cupcake is more democratic than any other deserts in the US. B. The cupcake is too small to share with others. C. The sizes of cupcakes are the same so it's equal to everyone. D. Cupcakes will lead to child obesity so they should be banned. 34. The underlined word "trendy" in paragraph 7 probably means ________. A. popular B. gentle C. delicious D. different 35. Why did the writer mention Hillary Clinton and Ruth Reichl A. To arouse the readers' attention. B. To show that cupcakes are becoming a popular to show kindness and comfort. C. To make a comparison between them. D. To give readers a general idea of cupcakes. C Brian arrived at the San Francisco airport two hours before the flight to Paris. He was wearing three shirts, a jacket, two pairs of socks, a pair of shorts, and two pairs of jeans. He was carrying one small backpack, which was very full, but he didn't have any other luggage. Brian needed to meet a man named Tony before he checked in for his flight. He found Tony near the Air France counter. Tony gave him a round-trip ticket and a small package. “Give this package to Jean-Paul at the airport in Paris. He will have a sign with your name on it.

I think you can find him easily," Tony said. "You don't have any luggage, right?" "Only this backpack," Brian answered. "You said I could bring one carry-on bag." "That's right, one carry-on bag is fine. Have a good trip." "Thanks." Is Brian a criminal (犯罪)?Not at all. He is an air courier. And he paid only $110 for the round-trip ticket to Paris. Air couriers get cheap airline tickets because they take important packages and papers to foreign countries. Businesses sometimes, need to get Packages and papers to people in foreign countries by the next day. Often, the only way they can do this is to use an air-courier company. It is not cheap for a business to send a package with an air courier, but it is quick. Every year about 80, 000people worldwide travel as air couriers. The number of tickets for courier travel is growing by about 10 percent a year. However, air-courier travel isn't for everyone. But if you have very little money, can be flexible (灵活的) about your travel plans, and don't mind wearing the same clothes for a week, it can be a great way to take a vacation! 36. Why was Brian wearing so many clothes for his travel? A. Because they were the uniform for air couriers. B. Because that made him easier to be recognized. C. Because his backpack had no room for his clothes, D. because he did not have any luggage with him. 37. An air courier is a person who______ A. manages a business company in foreign countries B. organizes international flights for tourists C. travels around the world with cheap tickets D. delivers papers and packages to foreign countries 38, Businesses choose the air-courier service because______ A. it costs less B. it is flexible C. it saves time D. it grows fast 39. One of the disadvantages of traveling as an air courier is that he______ A. cannot decide when and where to travel B. cannot take any luggage with him C. has to wear two pairs of jeans D. saves little money from the travel 40. Which would be the best title for the passage? A. Activities of a Law-breaker B. An Ideal Way to Travel C. No Air-courier Travel D. A Developing Business D Some scientists say that animals in the oceans are increasingly threatened by noise pollution caused by human beings. The noise that affects sea creatures comes from a number of human activities. It is caused mainly by industrial underwater explosions, ocean drilling, and ship engines. Such noises are

added to natural sounds. These sounds include the breaking of ice fields, underwater earthquakes, and sounds made by animals themselves. Decibels (分贝) measured in water are different from those measured on land . A noise of one hundred and twenty decibels on land causes pain to human ears. In water, a decibel level of one hundred and ninety-five would have the same effect. Some scientists have proposed setting a noise limit of one hundred and twenty decibels in oceans. They have observed that noises at that level can frighten and confuse whales. A team of American and Canadian scientists discovered that louder noises can seriously injure some animals. The research team found that powerful underwater explosions were causing whales in the area to lose their hearing. This seriously affected the whales’ ability to exchange information and find their way. Some of the whales even died. The explosions had caused their ears to bleed and become infected. Many researchers whose work depends on ocean sound object to a limit of one hundred and twenty decibels. They say such a limit would mean an end to important industrial and scientific research. Scientists do not know how much and what kinds of noises are harmful to ocean animals. However, many scientists suspect that noise is a greater danger than they believed. They want to prevent noises from harming creatures in the ocean. 41. According to the passage, which of the following is increasingly dangerous to sea creatures? A. The man-made noises. B. The noises made by themselves. C. The sound of earthquakes. D. The sound of the ice-breaking. 42. Which of the following is discussed in the third paragraph? A. Different places with different types of noises. B. The very human ears sensitive to all types of noises. C. The same noise measured differently on land and in the ocean. D. The ocean animals’ reaction to noises. 43. As to the influence of noises on whales, which of the following statements is true? A. They are deaf to noises. B. Noises at a certain level may hurt them. C. They are easily confused by noises. D. Noises will limit their ability to reproduce (繁殖). 44. We can know from the passage that many researchers think that the noise limit of one hundred twenty decibels would _________. A. prevent them from doing their research work. B. benefit them a lot in their research work. C. do good to their health. D. increase the industrial output. 45. According to the passage, what will scientists most probably do in the future? A. They will try their best to decrease noise. B. They will work hard to cut down noise pollution.

C. They will study the effect of different noises. D. They will protect animals from harmful noises. 第二节 信息匹配 (共 5 小题;每小题 2 分, 满分 10 分) 阅读下列应用文及相关信息,并按照要求匹配信息。请在答题卡上将对应题号的相应选 项字母涂黑。 首先阅读以下寻物启事

A. Scott: I lost a brown leather wallet near a bus stop on March 11th. Reward offered for return. There is a driving license (执照) and some cash in it. If you have found it, please call me at 08966881717. Thank you. B. Kate: I lost my camera in Prague in July in a street. All my holiday pictures were in it. It was a silver Samsung. Please contact me if you’ve found it. Call 07919896989. Thanks. C. Nancy: My cat went missing today --- she is an indoor cat, with gray short hair. She had on a pink collar with her name--- Maddy. If you’ve found it, send email to nacy@tdsounds. co.uk. Thanks. D. Amelia: My boyfriend lost his laptop(手提电脑) yesterday near the library. It was in a black bag with some books and CDs inside. It’s an old Dell model. Please help me to find it. Call 02077513465. Thank you. E. Steve:My lovely wife lost 3 books in Chateau early Friday night. The title of one of the books is Butterflies of Sri Lanka and it is important to my wife. If anyone has found them, please send email to steve@hotmail.com. Thanks. F. Rebecca: I lost my mobile a week ago. I want the messages in the phone. Please return it. Just leave it at the reception desk of peace Hotel. Thanks a lot. 阅读以下人员的信息,然后选择与他们相关的寻物启事: 46. I found this when I was wandering in a street. There are many pictures in it and they’re surely records of wonderful memories. Hope the owner can get it back as soon as possible. 47. When I found this cellphone, I was in a hurry and just put it in my bag, but that was a week ago .I’m sorry I forgot about it, as I’ve been too busy these days. Hope the owner will get it back soon. 48. Why are some people always so careless? Thousands of things have been left since I came to work at this bus stop. No matter how much money is in it, this wallet may be important to its owner. 49. I found this bag under a tree when I got out of the reading room. It feels like a computer or something like that. It must be valuable to its owner. Hope it can be returned to the owner soon. 50. I found this poor animal in the street, and it looked like it couldn’t find its way home. Well, it was dangerous for it to be there due to the heavy traffic. So I took it home and hope that I can return it to the owner.

III. 写作(共两节, 满分 40 分) 第一节 基础写作(共 1 题;满分 15 分) 招聘启事:招英语学习顾问 你校学生会需招聘一名留学生做英语学习顾问,请你以短文形式写一则招聘启事。 [写作要点] 1.母语是英语,汉语流利者优先; 2.帮助学生练习口语,解答学习中遇到的问题,协助组织英语活动; 3.每周 4 小时,报酬面议; 4.联系人:李华( Tel:13011223344) [写作要求] 只能使用 5 个句子表达全部内容,启事标题和结尾已为你写好,不计入总句数。

English Advisor Wanted

The Students' Union

第二节 读写任务(共 1 小题,满分 25 分) 请根据以下任务说明和写作要求,写一篇幅 150 词左右的英文短文。 Teenagers’ secrets should be kept to themselves and no one else ,their parents included ,has the right to stick their nose into their private life .As we know , teenagers are going through a special period of development both physically and psychologically .They are curious about and puzzled by the unexpected changes in their body and mind. What’s more ,exposed to a world of adults ,it is only too natural for them to begin imitating (模仿) adults’ behaviors in secret .Boys begin to smoke and girls begin to spend time doing their hair .Some even begin to date with a girlfriend or boyfriend without their parents’ knowledge .They are doing all is in secret because they are still unsure whether it is right to do so and afraid that ,if found out by their parent, they will get misunderstood and even punished .And in fact , in many cases ,the parents cannot deal with the matter well and hurt their children’s feelings badly ,making children no longer willing to communicate with their parents .When this happens ,it hurts terribly the whole family feeling .So it seems right that teenagers should keep their secrets to themselves and their parents should allow their children that right . 【写作内容】 1.概括短文内容要点,该部分词数约 30. 2.就“青少年的秘密该不该让父母知道”这一话题发表你的看法,至少包含以下内容要 点; 该部分词数约 120 个词: A: 你是否与父母分享你的秘密; B: 你是如何看待你的做法的 C: 父母对你的做法有何反应。 D: 你是如何看待父母的看法或做法的?为什么?

东莞市南开实验学校 2012-2013 学年度第一学期
高三英语期初考试答案

II. 阅 读 ( 共 两 节, 满分 50 分) 第一节 阅读理解 (共 20 小题;每小题 2 分, 满分 40 分) 26-30 ACADB 31-35 CDDAB 36-40 CDCAD 41-45ACBAD 第二节 信息匹配 (共 5 小题;每小题 2 分, 满分 10 分) 46-50 BFADC III. 写作(共两节, 满分 40 分) 第一节 基础写作(共 1 小题,满分 15 分)

第二节 读写任务 (共 1 小题;满分 25 分) 范文: Teenagers’ Secrets Should be Shared with Their Parents This passage mainly says that many teenagers have their own secrets but parents always want to know them ,which will probably hurt children’s feeling .As a result ,children won’t like to share their secrets with their parents. Some people believe that parents should allow their teenage children to keep their own secrets. Teenagers are going through a special period .Wondering about and puzzled by changes of their body and mind, afraid to get misunderstood when their parents know it, they choose to copy adults’ behavior secretly. Parents should respect the right of their children. This idea sounds right but is actually wrong. Most of the teenagers’ secrets, if not at all, should be shared by their parents. Many of their secrets kept to themselves may do them unimaginable harm. I am speaking from my experience .Unlike many of other teenagers, I always let my parents know my secrets. They are always ready to offer me valuable advice about how to

deal with my troubles and puzzles. I am happy to have such understanding parents who can share my secrets with me and help me to live a happy life in this special time.


赞助商链接
更多相关文档:

...市南开实验学校2017届高三上学期期初考试英语试题含...

广东省东莞市南开实验学校2017届高三上学期期初考试英语试题含答案_高考_高中教育_教育专区。南开实验学校 2016-2017 学年第一学期期初考试 高三英语 2016.9 本...

...南开实验学校2016届高三上学期期初考试英语试题 Wor...

广东省东莞市南开实验学校2016届高三上学期期初考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc - 南开实验学校 2015-2016 学年第一学期期初考试 高三英语 2015.9 本试卷共 6 ...

广东省东莞市南开实验学校2016届高三英语上学期期初考...

广东省东莞市南开实验学校2016届高三英语上学期期初考试试题_英语_高中教育_教育专区。南开实验学校 2015-2016 学年第一学期期初考试 高三英语 2015.9 本试卷共 ...

广东省东莞市南开实验学校2016届高三上学期期初考试语...

广东省东莞市南开实验学校2016届高三上学期期初考试语文试题 Word版含答案.doc - 南开实验学校 2015-2016 学年第一学期期初考试 高三语文 2015.9 本试卷分第Ⅰ...

广东省东莞市南开实验学校2016届高三理综上学期期初考...

广东省东莞市南开实验学校2016届高三理综上学期期初考试试题_理化生_高中教育_教育专区。南开实验学校 2015-2016 学年第一学期期初考试 高三理科综合 2015.9 本...

广东省东莞市南开实验学校2016届高三上学期期初考试语...

广东省东莞市南开实验学校2016届高三上学期期初考试语文试题_语文_高中教育_教育专区。南开实验学校 2015-2016 学年第一学期期初考试 高三语文 2015.9 本试卷分第...

广东省东莞市南开实验学校2017届高三上学期期初考试语...

广东省东莞市南开实验学校2017届高三上学期期初考试语文试题含答案_高考_高中教育_教育专区。南开实验学校 2016-2017 学年第一学期期初考试 高三语文 2016.9 本...

广东省东莞市南开实验学校2016届高三语文上学期期初考...

广东省东莞市南开实验学校2016届高三语文上学期期初考试试题_语文_高中教育_教育专区。南开实验学校 2015-2016 学年第一学期期初考试 高三语文 2015.9 本试卷分第...

广东省东莞市南开实验学校2016届高三上学期期初考试语...

广东省东莞市南开实验学校2016届高三上学期期初考试语文试题 Word版含答案_政史地_高中教育_教育专区。南开实验学校 2015-2016 学年第一学期期初考试 高三语文 ...

广东省东莞市南开实验学校2015-2016学年高一上学期期初...

广东省东莞市南开实验学校2015-2016学年高一上学期期初考试英语试题_高中教育_教育专区。南开实验学校 2015-2016 学年第一学期期初考试 高一英语 2015.10 本试卷...

更多相关标签:
网站地图

文档资料共享网 nexoncn.com copyright ©right 2010-2020。
文档资料共享网内容来自网络,如有侵犯请联系客服。email:zhit325@126.com