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2013 年马鞍山市高中毕业班第三次教学质量检测


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本试卷分第 I 卷(选择题)和第Ⅱ 卷(非选择题)两部分。全卷满分 150 分,考试时间 120

第Ⅰ卷(三部分 共 115 分)
第二部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分 45 分) 第一节 单项填空(共 15

小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出可填入空白处的最佳选项。 21. In France, a meal is like a ceremony. People enjoy it and make it an important ________. A. situation B. condition C. position D. occasion

22. Readily accessible technology is giving a voice to “Generation E”, _______ young people who are flooding the Internet with their own stories, music, films and art A. specially B. especially C. eventually D. basically

23. ―This holiday should beat the last one, doesn?t it? —Yeah, we had to spend the whole time inside. Luckily, the weather is _______ this time. A. authentic B. transparent C. cooperative D. specific

24. —Any idea when he might be back? —Well, it _______ be long. He said he was just going to get some fruit. A. shouldn't B. couldn?t C. mightn?t D. mustn?t

25. —I?ve been regretful for what I did. —Cheer up! _______ you think of the past, you must not be a prisoner to it. A. However B. Wherever C. Whichever D. Whatever

26. He is not only a strict teacher, but _______ most students and teachers show respect for. A. it B. that C. one D. who

27. Gillian?s been working hard these days. The position of sales manager, which is still vacant in his company, _______ him very much. A. appeals to B. turns to C. applies to D. occurs to

28. A lot of schools in the western countries seem to have a culture _______ they don?t like correcting children, but actually this helps them. A. which B. where C. when D. as

29. Becoming a millionaire has changed his life, but the win has also brought him stress and troubles. Sometimes he wishes he _______ the money. A. will never win B. has never won C. would never win D. had never won

30. —Tracy, I heard you are going to do a rock climbing. Really? —Yes, I am. I mean, _______? I think it will be fun. A. what?s up B. what?s wrong C. why not D. so what

31. It is very interesting that the children, _______ music lessons, improved more on general memory skills. A. taking B. taken C. to take D. being taken

32. Although he lived next to us for years, he _______ us much impression. A. hadn?t left B. didn?t leave C. doesn?t leave D. won?t leave

33. Never before _______ in greater need of employees equipped with both knowledge and communication skills than it is today. A. this company was C. was this company B. this company has been D. has this company been

34. After spending apart so many years, we are as tight as we were, _______ true friends needn?t make familiar again. A. until B. but C. for D. unless

35. The driver told the policeman clearly how the accident happened, with nothing _______. A. given away B. held back C. kept away D. paid back

第二节 完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) 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。 The adolescent girl named Reese Witherspoon from Tennessee is standing on the stage of a drama summer 36 in New York. All of this summer she?s been acting, dancing and singing 37 , because at the end of

— giving it her best. It?s a beautiful day, but the girl doesn?t feel camp, her coaches advise her to career. In fact, she knows she?s not the 39 38

about singing. They suggest she think about another

Hollywood type with long legs. She describes 40

herself as an ugly duckling. Since she was six years old, she?s wanted to be a country singer. three years of lessons, st ill, she takes her coaches advice to heart. Why shouldn?t she believe them?

41 , they are professionals.

But back at home in Nashville, her parents — funny, happy, upbeat persons — wouldn?t let her lose heart. They f 43 i n 42 a her to achieve in school. So she worked hard at everything and l l y w a s

at Stanford University. 44 in a low-budget movie called Freeway. She decided, “if

And at age 19, she got a

you can?t

45

and you aren?t charming, play to your

46

and avoid your shortcomings.

Better focus on what you?re good at and that movie 48

47 ,yourself.” Fortunately her good performance in

to an important role in the movie Pleasantville. But her big break came with

Legally Blonde, in which she became well-known. Well, and 49 came the offer — playing the wife of Johnny Cash, June Carter Cash , a 50 were back. She was so nervous but she didn?t , 52 she learned at home overcame the self-doubt learned on that

singing role. All of a sudden the old 5 1

on the movie or herself. The

summer stage. She spent 6 months taking singing lessons again. And the hard work built up her 53 . In 2006, Reese Witherspoon walked up on another and accepted the Oscar as Best Carter Cash in Walk the Line. The story tells us just to hold our dreams and never give up. 36. A. trip 37. A. disappointed 38. A. forget 39. A. cautious 40. A. Apart from 41. A. On the whole 42. A. encouraged 43. A. refused 44. A. request 45. A. dance 46. A. strengths 47. A. defend 48. A. added 49. A. still 50. A. intentions 51. A. believe in 52. A. courage B. camp B. embarrassed B. care B. complex B. Contrary to B. After all B. caused B. fired B. praise B. act B. challenges B. correct B. led B. yet B. arguments B. give up B. passion C. conference C. delighted C. argue C. ambitious C. In spite of C. For instance C. forbade C. accepted C. role C. speak C. patience C. ignore C. stuck C. then C. views C. rely on C. performance C. new theory C. road C. Picture D. cinema D. depressed D. bring D. attractive D. Owing to D. On that account D. forced D. doubted D. reward D. sing D. decisions D. celebrate D. submitted D. also D. fears D. approve of D. song D. self confidence D. farm D. Screenplay 55 54 , the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood,

for her heartbreaking, heartwarming singing role as June

53. A. luxurious house B. social network 54. A. stage 55. A. Director B. street B. Actress

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。 A

Find a frame of a coffee table and an old door, clean them up, attach them, then lay a ne w piece of glass on top to create a beautiful new table.

Steps:
1. Explore secondhand shops to find exactly the right pieces―the frame of a coffee table and an old door. Clean them up. Paint the frame as desired. Use sandpapers to sand the door to get rid of loose paint and dirt. 2. Determine the exact size of the door with a tape measure. Remember to make sure it?s wide enough to have a 2-inch overhang on the sides of the coffee table. Use a saw (锯子) to cut the door down. 3. Spread dark wax (蜡) on the door to give it a finished look. Make sure to do the edges, especiall y the edge that was cut. Polish the wax and do a second coat. 4. Lay the door face down on a plastic cloth. Place the coffee table frame on the back of the door, making sure it is centered and even. Attach the frame to the door using L-brackets (支架) on all four corners. If necessary, paint L-brackets to match the color of the frame. 5. Take exact measurements of the top of the door and order a piece of glass for it. 56. Who is the passage probably intended for? A. DIY lovers. B. Shop owners. C. Door sellers. D. Carpenters.

57. ________ are used to remove loose paint and dirt. A. Saws B. Tape measures C. L-brackets D. Sandpapers

58. Which is true according to the passage? A. The door should be cut the exact size of the frame. B. The door should be cut a bit bigger than the frame. C. The glass should be cut a bit bigger than the door. D. The glass should be cut a bit smaller than the door. 59. Step 4 tells us to ________. A. find the materials C. wax the door B. cut the door to size D. fix door to frame

B Red ink was banned in hundreds of schools in the UK because it was considered “threatening”. Teachers have been told not to use red ink to mark homework to avoid upsetting

pupils. It has been considered as “absolutely political correctness gone wild” which risks leaving students in the dark about where they have gone wrong. Earlier this year a US study suggested that teachers should stop using red pens because the colour is associated with “warning, embarrassment and being wrong”. Researches show students are more stressed when their work is covered in red ink compared to colours like blue. Richard Dukes from a university said “The red grading pen can upset students and weaken teacher-student relations and perhaps learning.” McGovern, chairman of the Campaign for Real Education, slammed the findings, saying, “My own experience of 35 years in teaching tells that children actually prefer teachers to use red ink because they can read comments more easily. I think this research is misguiding. The problem with using a colour like green or blue is that it?s not clear. I think it?s a rather silly idea.” Bob Blackman expressed his anger after being told a secondary school in his district had banned teachers from using red ink. He told MailOnline: “A teacher contacted me and said he couldn?t believe he had been instructed by his head to mark children?s homework in particular colours and not to use certain colours. Children need to understand the difference between what?s right and what?s wrong and teachers must mark pupils down for poor spelling and grammar.” Mr Blackman added, “If they have got their homework wrong, they need to be told it is wrong and to understand what the right answers are. The idea that teachers should use this or that colour is madness.” 60. According to the study, teachers? using red grading pens is likely to cause students _______. A. to live in the dark B. to be embarrassed C. to become confident D. to focus on mistakes

61. The underlined phrase “slammed” in Paragraph 3 probably means “_______”. A. stood by B. objected to C. proved D. accepted

62. Which can we infer from the passage about the ban? A. It proved to be good by many schools. C. Not all the people are in favor of it. B. It is aimed to misguide the teachers. D. All the teachers are willing to follow it.

63. Mr Blackman thinks the ban madness because _______. A. he?s angr y that the pupils? poor spelling and grammar wouldn?t be marked B. there is no need to ban a certain colour as long as the mistakes are marked C. officials prefer teachers to use red colour which is clearer than other colours D. teachers can?t tell the differences between what is right and what is wrong C INDONESIA is made up of some 17,000 islands. Its people are known for being exceptionally friendly, patient, and polite. Meals in Indonesia normally include rice along with other dishes and fruit. In some areas,

families eat sitting on a mat, using their bare hands. Many Indonesians claim that food eaten this way tastes better. Indonesians love art, dance, and music. The anklong is a typical Indonesian instrument; it consists of bamboo pipes. The pipes are tuned (调音) to produce a particular note. To play a tune, a number of players must cooperate, each shaking his anklong at the right time. The orangutan—common in the rain forests of Sumatra and Borneo—is the world?s largest tree-dwelling (树栖的) animal. A full-grown male may weigh 200 pounds (90.7 kg) and have arms 8 feet (2.4 m) long. Until the 15th century, Indonesia was largely influenced by Hinduism and then Buddhism. By the 16th century, Islam gained a foothold in Indonesian culture. Europeans arrived in the 16th century, and with them came the religions of Christian. Flying is often the quickest and most convenient way to get around Indonesia. With 61 airports serving all major cities, the country is well serviced by many air carriers. Indonesia has enough thrilling adventures to keep a tourist busy. For those who are flexible enough to get in tight spaces and don?t mind the dark, explore the caves of Java where you will see some unique rock formations that are sure to make your jaw drop. For hikers who don?t mind a bit of rough travel, get off the beaten track in the jungle in Kalimantan where you will meet the Dayak people, and search for wildlife. Come to Indonesia and you will get an unforgettable experience of excitement and adventure. 64. Many Indonesians think food more delicious by _______. A. eating on a mat C. shaking anklongs B. listening to music D. using bare hands

65. In the 16th century, ______ came to Indonesia. A. Islam C. Christianity B. Hinduism D. Buddhism

66. Which of the following is true about Indonesia? A. The orangutan is the largest animal in the world. B. The anklong is an instrument made of bamboo. C. Its people are known for being friendly and tough D. Flying is often the cheapest way to go to Indonesia. 67. What do you probably do in Indonesia if you are a hiking lover? A. Explore caves. C. See unique rocks. B. Travel in the jungle. D. Produce particular notes

D Florida (Reuters) ― Scientists using Kepler space telescopes have announced the discovery of three potentially life-friendly planets beyond the solar system, which are in or on the edge of the so-called habitable (可居住的) zone, the range that is just the right distance from their stars so they wouldn?t be too hot or too cold to have liquid water. Kepler-62 Kepler-62 is located about 1,200 light years away. William Borucki, from NASA?s Ames Research Center in California said that much like our solar system, Kepler-62 is home to two habitable worlds, called Kepler-62e and Kepler-62f. Those planets are about one-and-a-half times the size of Earth. “In fact, these two planets are our best candidates for planets that might be habitable. They?re part of a planetary system of five planets that we?ve discovered so far.” says Borucki, “Kepler-62e might be a water world and that planet Kepler-62f, the smaller of the two, might well be a rocky planet, and possibly have polar caps, significant land masses and water.” Kepler-69 Thomas Barclay, another Kepler scientist, is most excited about the discovery of a planet in another system ― Kepler 69. He says Kepler-69c is a planet 70-percent bigger than Earth that orbits a sun-like star, and it?s just on the edge of the habitable zone. These three planets added to the lists of habitable planets beyond the solar system besides previously known Kepler-22b, which is another extrasolar planet orbiting Kepler-22. It is located 600 light years away from Earth and its radius (半径) is roughly 2.4 times that of Earth. Kepler-22b might be an “ocean-like” world. Scientists are still progressing to figure out more details about whether the extrasolar planets do indeed have water and find the first truly Earth-like worlds. 68. Which planet is Kepler-62e according to the size compared with the earth?

A. 69. So far, A. 2

B.

C.

D.

planets have been found in the planetary system Kepler-62? B. 3 C. 4 D. 5

70. What is the best title for the passage? A. Scientists find two new planets beyond the solar system. B. Space telescope spots distant planets well placed for life.

C. The scientists find other planets habitable in solar system. D. Liquid water is found on the stars Kepler-62 and Kepler-69. 71. In which section can we read the news? A. World B. Life C. Technology D. Science

E If you need another reason to kick the junk food habit, this should do it. A Utah man has unearthed a McDonald?s hamburger he bought in 1999 - and it looks exactly the same as the day it was first made. David Whipple meant to keep the fast food meal for a m onth to show friends how the preservative(防腐的)-packed hamburger would keep its original state. But he forgot about it, finding it two years later in his coat pocket and then he decided to continue the ridiculous experiment. However, even he was shocked to see that the hamburger still looks the same 14 years later. “It wasn?t on purpose,” Whipple told TV show “The Doctors” of his decision to keep the burger for such a long time. “I was showing some people how preservative work and I thought a hamburger would be a good idea. And I used it for a month and then I forgot about it. It ended up in a paper bag with the receipt in my coat pocket thrown in the back of my truck and it sat there for, I don?t know, two or three months.” He said his coat ended up in the coat closet of his home. “My wife didn?t discover it until at least a year or two after that. And when we pulled it out, she said ?oh my God. I can?t believe it looks the same way.?” The burger had no signs of mold(霉),or even a strange smell, the show?s hosts said. The only thing that had changed over the years was that the pickle(酸黄瓜)in between had broken up. Whipple, who still has the original burger, said he now shows the hamburger to his grandchildren to encourage them to eat healthily. 72. Whipple had intended to keep the hamburger for ______. A. 1 month B. 2 months C. 2 years D. 14 years

73. How did his wife feel at the sight of the hamburger? A. frightened B. nervous C. angry D. shocked

74. Whipple keeps the hamburger now _______. A. to show friends how the preservative work B. to return it to McDonald for his money back C. to encourage his grandchildren to eat healthily D. to take this hamburger to join in the TV show 75. What?s the best title for the passage?

A. A 14-year-old hamburger. C. A Strange Experiment.

B. An important lesson to children. D. How the preservative works.

第Ⅱ卷(非选择题 共 35 分)
第四部分 写作(共两节,满分 35 分) 第一节 任务型读写(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 阅读下面短文,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:表格中的每个空格只填一个单词。请将答案写在答题卡相应题号的横线上。 Ask any group of teenagers in the UK what they most like to eat, and foods like pizzas, hamburgers and chips are sure to get a mention. But what teenagers like to eat is not necessarily what they should be eating. According to the National Diet and Nutrition Survey, far too many young people in the UK between the ages of 4 and 18 consume too much fat, sugar and salt in their diet. Meanwhile, their intake of fibre, iron and calcium (钙) is too low. For a growing body, eating foods containing plenty of calcium, such as milk, yogurt and cheese, is important as calcium is completely necessary for the development of healthy, strong bones. Similarly, foods that are rich in iron are good for young, rapidly developing bodies, so red meat, bread, green vegetables, and dried fruit are also recommended. It is during our teenage years that lifestyle habits can be formed, so it is vital that young people are educated about what foods are good for them. In 2005, and in an attempt to change eating habits and open teenagers? minds to new tastes, the famous chef, Jamie Oliver started a “Feed Me Better” campaign. He worked with teachers and cooks in a number of schools across the UK to provide more healthy, nutritious school meal choices. Although some teenagers and parents resisted it, the campaign was in general believed as a huge success and helped to influence government al policy on nutritional standards for school meals. No one expects to end the teenage love affair with fast and junk food but, hopefully, if projects like “Feed Me Better” continue to give out the right messages, more young people will understand the importance of balancing several treats with healthier food choices.

Title: A Little of What You Fancy Teenagers? 77. ________ has too much fat, sugar, salt and calories 76. ________ They don?t 78. ________ in enough fibre, iron and calcium. Teenagers eat foods which 79. ________ plenty of calcium. Recommendation Foods rich in iron should be eaten for the young bodies in 80.________ development.

It is important for young people to have the 81.________ about good lifestyle “Feed Me Better” Campaign habits. ● Jamie Oliver 82. ________ to change teenagers? eating habits. ● More healthy, nutritious meal choices were 83. _______ for schools. The campaign was 84.________ believed successful though resisted. Young people can find a 85. ________ between their treats and healthy food Expectation choices. 第二节 书面表达(满分 25 分) 假定你校将举行一次国际中学生演讲比赛,请以“Interest helps learn better”为题写一 篇参赛演讲稿。 注意: 1.词数 120 左右; 2.开头和结尾已为你写好,不计入总词数。 Ladies and gentlemen, I feel honored to make a speech

here.______________________________ _______________ ______________________________________________________________________________ Thank you f or your time!

2013 年马鞍山市高中毕业班第三次教学质量检测 英语试题参考答案
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