本试卷满分 135 分，考试时间 120 分钟 I 语言知识及应用（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。 Culture sho
ck is a complex topic, but I'm a simple man with simple perspectives(洞察力). So my experience of foreign culture boils down to three basic stages: anger, acceptance and appreciation. When I began my life in China I was often filled with frustration and 1 over the way things were. Things were seen as clearly “ 2 ” and I rejected the view of there being other ways of doing things. Afterwards I came to 3 different ways of doing things but still saw my own ways as superior. My views were still heavily colored by 4 and I often accepted situations I felt 5 by simply coining the phrase "That's China," 6 China was a backward country that simply didn't do things correctly. Finally, however , I came to understand and appreciate the new 7 and ways of doing things, sometimes using them as effectively as the 8 . For example, fish is never 9 with the head in my country, thus my feelings went from “Ugh! I can’t eat this! The fish is 10 at me saying, `You're a 11 man.' Take this off the table,” to “I’ll let my friends enjoy, but I'll just stick with the other dishes,” and to "Would anyone mind if I eat the eyeball?" It is not the same with every westerner, and some take 12 than others to go through the three stages. It all depends on how 13 you are and how tightly you 14 to your own culture. It took a little over a year of living in China before I finally appreciate the new culture. Now, I'm more 15 in China than in my own country. 1. A. curiosity B. fear C. purpose D. anger 2. A. wrong B. right C. wise D. smooth 3. A. find B. use C. accept D. refuse 4. A. preferences B. references C. facts D. standards 5. A. necessary B. important C. nervous D. stupid 6. A. mentioning B. saying C. meaning D. referring 7. A. character B. personality C. revolution D. culture 8. A. locals B. foreigners C. researchers D. citizens 9. A. bought B. sold C. served D. separated 10. A. glancing B. laughing C. shouting D. staring 11. A. kind B. cruel C. brave D. unique 12. A. more B. less C. further D. longer 13. A. adaptable B. considerable C. dependable D. enjoyable 14. A. get B. hold C. catch D. insist 15. A. anxious B. welcomed C. comfortable D. miserable 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卷标号为 16~25 的相应位置上。
Until recently daydreaming was viewed as a waste of time, or it ___16_____(consider) an unhealthy escape from real life and its duties. But now some people are taking a fresh look at daydreaming. Some think ____17____ may be a very healthy thing to do. Some researchers are finding that daydreaming may be important to mental health. Daydreaming, they tell us, is a good means of _____18___ (relax). But its benefits go 19 this. A number of psychologists have conducted experiments and have reached some 20 (surprise) conclusions. Industrialist Henry J. Kaiser believed that much of his success was due to the positive use of daydreaming. Florence Nightingale dreamed of becoming a nurse. The young Thomas Edison pictured himself as 21 inventor. For these notable achievers, it appears 22 their daydreams came true. Dr. Harry Emerson Fosdick offered this advice: “Hold a picture of yourself in your mind’s eye, ____23____ you will be drawn toward it. Picture _____24_____vividly as a failure and that alone will make victory _____25_____ (possible).” 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 When Boris left school, he could not find a job. He tried hard and pestered(纠缠)his relatives, but they had problems of their own. He answered advertisements until he could not afford to buy any more stamps. Boris grew annoyed, then depressed, then a little hardened. Still he went on trying and still he failed. He began to think that he had no future at all. “Why don’ t you start your own business?”one of his uncles told him.“The world is a money-locker. You’d better find a way of opening it.” “But what can I do?” “Get out and have a look round,”advised his uncle in a vague sort of way.“See what peop1e want; then give it to them, and they will pay for it.” Boris began to cycle around the town and found a suitable piece of a waste ground in the end. Then he set up his business as a cycle repairer. He worked hard, made friends with his customers and gradually managed to build up his goodwill and profit. A few months later, he found that he had more work than he could deal with by himse1f. He found a number of empty shops but they were all no good: in the wrong position, too expensive or with some other snag（障碍）. But at long last, he managed to find an empty shop on a new estate where there were plenty of customers but no competition. Boris and his assistant taught themselves how to repair scooters and motor-cycles. Slowly but surely the profits increased and the business developed. At last, Boris had managed to open the money-locker and found bank notes and gold coins inside. 26. Which of the following would be the best title for the passage? A. Goodwill is the key to success. B. The world is a money-locker. C. No education, no future. D. Difficulty of starting a small business. 27. Which of the following best describes Boris’job hunting experience? A. Surprising. B. Encouraging. C. Boring. D. Disappointing. 28. Boris starts his career by . A. cycling around the town B. developing a waste ground C. repairing cycles D. buying empty shops 29. Boris finally chose an empty shop on a new estate because . A. it was not so expensive B. he had a lot of old customers there
C. he could make good use of his skills there D. there were good opportunities there 30. We can infer from the last paragraph that Boris . A. still couldn’t make good profits B. set off in a successful career C. found a lot of gold coins by accident D. had great difficulty running his business B I never thought I would have a life-changing experience at Wal-Mart. Although my thoughts were only on speed, the checkout line I was standing in wasn’t moving as quickly as I wanted, and I glanced toward the cashier. There stood a man in his seventies, wearing glasses and a nice smile. I thought, well, he’s an old guy! For the next few minutes I watched him. He greeted every customer before scanning the items. Sure, his words were the usual, “How’s it going?” But he did something different----he actually listened to people. Then he would respond to what they had said and engage them in brief conversation. I thought it was odd. I have grown accustomed to people asking me how I was doing simply out of robotic conversational habit. After a while, you don’t give any thought to the question and just mumble something back. I could say, “I just found out I have six months to live,” and someone would reply, “Have a great day!” But that wasn’t the end. He gave them the change, walked around the counter, and extended his right hand in an act of friendship. He looked the customers in the eyes. “I sure want to thank you for shopping here today,” he told them. “You have a great day. Bye-bye.” The looks on the faces of the customers were priceless. There were smiles and some sheepish grins. All had been touched by his simple gesture and in a place they never expected. They would gather their things and walk out, smiling. Of course, he did the same to me and I got to know his name. Marty. Who was that guy? It was as if Sam Walton had come back from the dead and invaded this old guy’s body. I had never walked away from that shop feeling like that. 31．The checkout line the writer was standing in moved slower than expected because . A．the cashier couldn’t work as fast as others B．there were some big purchases C．the cashier did more than scanning the items D．the writer was not patient enough 32．According to the writer, when common people ask you “How’s it going?” . A．they don’t really care what you may answer B．they are just practicing their conversation ability C．they are inquiring about your private information D．they don’t expect to hear any negative answers 33．What was most customers’ reaction to Marty’s behaviors? A．They thought it priceless. B．They were in some way moved. C．They thought it awful and odd. D．They felt somewhat offended. 34．What can we infer about Sam Walton? A．He might be Marty’s father or grandfather. B．He might be friendly and devoted to Wal-Mart. C．He might have died while working in the market. D．He might have come back from the dead once before.
35．What does the writer intend to express through the text? A．Our everyday life is always full of surprises. B．Most customers enjoy being treated this way. C．Being different is a good way of doing business. D．A little positive action can make a big difference. C Dear Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul, Most people don’t really know what pressures a typical teenager has to go through. Sure, our parents and grandparents were once teens, but things are so different now．It has never been tougher to a teenager. It had never been more important to be in the “right group” or to have the “right brand” of shoes. And those are the easy things to deal with．We also face problems with family, friends, relationships and school pressures． When it gets to be too much, I turn to my friends．One friend I could not live without is Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul．Your books have been so inspiring to me and have helped me to deal with and understand the problems I go through． For example, I went through a confusing time with my friends when we got to junior high． I had known these friends since kindergarten, and when we began junior high it seemed like some of them began to change．We started hanging out with different groups, and we slowly grew so far apart that it seemed as if we had never been friends．I felt confused and hurt． Sometime during this period I read the story Friends Forever in Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul Ⅱ.I felt so much better after reading it．It was like a weight had been lifted from me when I realized that many friendships went through changes and that we weren’t the only friends to experience them． People change, but that doesn’t mean we have to lose the friendships we once shared．My friends and I still spend time together when we can and care about each other a lot．That things are different doesn’t mean I have to forget about all the good times we had．I will always keep the memories in a safe place in my heart． Sincerely, Peter 36．According to the author, parents and grandparents . A．didn’t have to overcome difficulties when in their teens. B．don’t fully understand the pressures of being a teenager now C．can easily deal with things such as choosing friends and shoes. D．don’t need to give help to teenagers with pressures and problems 37．The author turns to Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul ． A. after he has quarrelled with friends B．before he goes to a new environment C． when he couldn’t deal with the pressures D．when he has spare time after school 38．Why did the author feel confused and hurt when he got to junior high？ A．Because he and his friends weren’t in the same school． B．Because his friends refused to hang out with him． C．Because he was too busy to be with his friends． D．Because he was afraid that he had lost his friends． 39．What does the underlined word “them” in Para．5 refer to？
A．Friendships． B．Changes． C．Friends． D．Pressures． 40．In the letter the author mainly tells us that ． A．people change but friendships always last B．people will go through many changes in life C．changes sometimes cause hurt and confusion D．friendships should be kept with skills D When you get in your car, you reach for it．When you're at work, you take a break to have a moment alone with it． When you get into a lift, you play with it． Cigarette? Cup of coffee? No, it's the third most addictive thing in modem life, the cell phone． And experts say it is becoming more difficult for many people to curb their longing to hug it more tightly than most of their personal relationships． The costs are becoming more and more evident, and I don't mean just the monthly bill． Dr． Chris Knippers, a counselor at the Betty ford Center in Southern California, reports that the overuse of cell phones has become a social problem not much different from other harmful addictions: a barrier to one-on-one personal contact, and an escape from reality． Sounds extreme, but we’ve all witnessed the evidence: The person at a restaurant who talks on the phone through an entire meal, ignoring his kids around the table; the woman who talks on the phone in the car, ignoring her husband; the teen who texts messages all the way home from school, avoiding contact with kids all around him． Jim Williams, an industrial sociologist based in Massachusetts, notes that cell - phone addiction is part of a set of symptoms in a widening gulf of personal separation． He points to a study by Duke University researchers that found one-quarter of Americans say they have no one to discuss their most important personal business with． Despite the growing use of phones, e - mail and instant messaging, in other words, Williams says studies show that we don't have as many friends as our parents． " Just as more information has led to less wisdom, more acquaintances via the Internet and cell phones have produced fewer friends," he says． If the cell phone has truly had these effects, it's because it has become very widespread． Consider that in 1987, there were only l million cell phones in use． Today, something like 300 million Americans carry them． They far outnumber wired phones in the United States． 41． From the first two paragraphs, we can know ． A． cell phones have become as addictive as cigarettes B． cell phone addiction is good for building personal relationships C． people are longing to have their own cell phones D． cell phones are the same as cigarettes 42． Cell phone addiction has caused the following effects EXCEPT . A． a barrier to personal contact B, fewer friends C． an escape from reality D.a serious illness 43． The underlined word "curb" in Paragraph 2 means “ ．” A． ignore B． control C． develop D． rescue 44． The example of a woman talking on the phone in the car supports the idea that . A． women Use cell phones more often than men B． talking on the phone while driving is dangerous
C． cell phones do not necessarily bring people together D． cell phones make one - on - one personal contact easy 45．Which of the following is the best title for the passage? A． Cell phones Are the New Cigarettes B． Cell phones Are Harmful to the Society C． The New Report about the Cell phone D． The Disadvantages of the Cell phone 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。 某班 5 个同学 Bob， Olga， Scott．Ann 和 David 计划周末去看电影。请根据他们各自的兴趣， 阅读下面电影院海报上对 6 部电影的介绍，为他们选定可能最喜欢看的电影。 46．Bob is fascinated with movies that employ modern digital photography techniques． He would also like to take a breathless journey across cliffs and into the depths of oceans by watching movies of that type． 47． Olga is fond of history drama based on the true story and movies of royal topics are also his favorite. 48． Scott is looking to have a relaxing evening． He would like to choose a comedy but he doesn’t like love stories． He prefers a situation where a dilemma occurs． 49． Ann would like to see a romance comedy with light- hearted, humorous plotlines． The stories between a man and a woman never fail to appeal to him． 50．David is crazy about outer space creatures． He is always looking forward to films that promise adventure and excitement ． A The 3D action - thriller Sanctum follows a team of underwater cave divers on an expedition co the largest, most beautiful and least accessible cave system on Earth． When a tropical storm forces them deep into the caverns, they must right raging water and creeping panic, as they search for an unknown escape route to the sea． With supplies, the crew must navigate an under-water labyrinth to make it out． Soon, they are faced with the unavoidable question: Can they survive, or will they be trapped forever? B Since college, confirmed bachelor Ronny and happily married Nick have been through thick and thin． Now partners in an auto design firm, the two friends are trying to land a dream project that would launch their company． And they seem to be unbeatable． But, Ronny' s world is turned upside down when he accidentally sees Nick' s wife out with another man and makes it his mission to get answers． He soon learns that Nick has a few secrets of his own． Now, Ronny is wondering how and when he will reveal the truth to his best friend． C After the death of his father King Ceorge V, Bertie who has suffered from a debilitating speech impediment（言语障碍） all his life, is suddenly crowned King George VI of England． With his country on the brink of war and in desperate need of a leader, his wife, Elizabeth, arranges for her husband to see a speech therapist, Lionel． After a rough start, the King will overcome his stammer and deliver a radio -address that inspires his people and unites them in battle． D
A famous plastic surgeon meets the woman of his dreams only to find their future thrown into darkness when his playboy past comes back to haunt him． Danny has a unique approach to picking up women in order to break the ice and gain their sympathy． He pretends to be stuck in an unhappy marriage． The instant he produces his wedding ring, the deal is all but done． But when Danny finally meets a woman that he really would want to marry, he abandons his usual approach for something a bit more subtle． E Two young couples are driving through a remote forest when their car breaks down． They get out to repair it and by the time they have fixed it, it appears to be night． To their surprise, a bear appears． Instead of getting back in the car and leaving, they shoot the bear and kill it． Suddenly another bar comes along, turns over the car and starts to chase them． Even worse, they have no phone signal. F Megarnind is a super - intelligent alien who, at only eight days old, is sent to Earth by his parents as his home planet is destroyed by a black hole． However, he lands in the Prison for the Criminally Gifted at Metro City, thanks to another infant alien similarly sent from a different net who eventually becomes a superhero known as Metro Man, defender of the fictional Metro City． Realizing that he is only gifted in causing trouble, and jealous of all of the attention and praise young Metro Mau receives． Megamind hecomes a Sbu-pervillain （超级坏蛋） to compete against Metro McMan ． III 写作(共 2 节，满分 40 分) 第一节 基础写作 (共 1 小题，满分 15 分) 第一节 基础写作（共 1 小题，满分 15 分） 假设你是一名导游，将带团到广东丹霞山。现需写一份发言稿，准备在出发前你对美国 游客简单介绍当天的行程和其他事项。 【写作内容】 (1)丹霞山位于广东北部，距广州 280 公里，乘车 6 小时； (2)在韶关市停留一小时，吃午饭； (3)下午 5 点到南雄，晚宿南雄宾馆，第二天去游玩丹霞山； (4)路途遥远，艰难，但沿途你会介绍美景和趣闻让游客忘记疲劳。 【写作要求】 (1)只能使用 5 个句子介绍以上全部内容； (2)短文的开头已为你写好,不计入总词数。 [评分标准] 句子结构准确，信息内容完整，篇章结构连贯。 第二节：读写任务（共1小题，满分25分） 阅读下面的短文，然后按照要求写一篇 150 词左右的英语短文。 Forgive and Remember Two friends, Tom and Jerry, were walking through the desert. During the trip, they had a big fight. Tom beat Jerry in the face. Jerry was hurt, but without anything to say, he wrote in the sand, “YODAY, MY BEST FRIEND BEAT ME IN THE FACE”.
They kept on walking until they arrived at an oasis, where they decided to have a swimming. Jerry wasn’t very good at swimming and started drowning. Without anything to say, Tom saved him. When Jerry got well again, he wrote on a stone, “TODAY MY BEST FRIEND SAVE MY LIFE”. Tom felt surprised and asked him, “Why, after I hurt you, you wrote in the sand, and now you write on a stone?” Jerry smiled and answered, “When something unhappy happens, we should write it down in the sand, where the wind will erase it away. And when something great happens, we should write it on the stone, so we will never forget it.”【写作内容】 1. 以约 30 个词概括短文的要点。 2. 以约 120 词表达你就 “朋友相处”发表看法，并要包括下列要点： （1）简述一下故事给你的启示。 （2） 简要介绍你与朋友交往时发生的一次“冲突”或“帮助”以及它对你们之间友谊的影响。 【写作要求】 1. 作文中你可以使用自己的亲身经历或虚构的故事，也可以参照阅读材料的内容，但 不能直接引用原文中的句子。 2. 作文中不能出现真实姓名和学校名称。 【评分标准】 概括准确，语言规范，内容合适，篇章连贯。
广东省梅县东山中学 2013 届高三上学期第三次月考参考答案
1-5 DACAD 6-10 CDACD 11-15 BDABC 第二节 语法填空（共 10 小题; 每小题 1.5 分，满分 15 分） 16. was considered 17. it 18 relaxation 19. beyond 20. surprising 21.an 22. that 23. and 24. yourself 25 impossible 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 BDCDB 31-35 CABBD 36-40 BCDBA 41-45 ADBCA 46-50 ACEDF III 写作(共 2 节，满分 55 分) 第一节 基础写作 (共 1 小题，满分 15 分) Ladies and gentlemen Welcome to Guangdong Province. Danxia Mountain, about 280 kilometers away from Guangzhou, is located in the north of Guangdong Province and it will take us 6 hours to get there. At noon, after stopping in Shaoguan City for an hour to have our lunch, we will start for another city Nanxiong and reach it at 5 o’clock in the afternoon. Having spent a night in Nanxiong, we will climb Danxia Mountain next morning. Although the trip to Danxia Mountain is a bit long and difficult, the beautiful scenery and interesting things on the way will catch your eyes and help get rid of your tiredness. Besides, from time to time, I’ll give you a brief account of Danxia Mountain. 第二节：读写任务（略）
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