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2013 年海淀区高三英语查漏补缺试题

一、 单项选择 1. —Excuse me. I want to buy some milk, but I can’t find a supermarket. —I know nearby. Come on, I’ll show you. A. one B. it C. that D. any 2. I don’t think the experiment is failure.At least we have gained experience for future success. A. /; the B. a; the C. /; / D. a; / 3. You can change your job, you can move your house, but friendship is meant life. A. of B. for C. to D. on 4. Would you please keep me with the latest news? A. informing B. to inform C. informed D. being informed 5. After graduation, I’d like to find a job I can use what I have learnt at school. A. whose B. which C. where D. that 6. I hope her health greatly by the time we come back next year. A. improved B. improves C. has improved D. will have improved 7. The police need some more evidence they can make a conclusion. A. before B. since C. after D. until 8. —I telephoned him twice and I couldn’t get through to him. —The line might have been out of order, ?

A. don’t you B. wasn’t it C. do you D. hadn’t it 9. We have faith that the project, if according to plan, will definitely work out well. A. carrying out B. being carried out C. carried out D. to be carried out 10. Our manager has made it a rule that every goods in our store be paid in cash. A. can B. shall C. may D. need 11. The girl was very naughty. She hid her mother’s wallet without anyone where it was. A. knows B. knew C. known D. knowing 12. Not a single paper without spelling mistakes this term. A. did Tom write B. Tom did write C. Tom wrote D. wrote Tom 13. Would you please keep silent? The weather report and I want to listen. A. is broadcast B. is being broadcast C. has been broadcast D. had been broadcast 14. —Have you been to the United States? —Yes, only once. I A. have stayed somehow. A. whether B. as C. if D. unless 16. Sorry I’m so late, but you cannot imagine great trouble I took to find your house. there only for seven days. B. was staying C. stayed D. had stayed they get hurt

15. Many people can’t learn any lessons from the mistakes they’ve made


A. what B. how C. which D. why 17. We the difficulty together, but why didn’t you tell me? A. should face B. might face C. could have faced D. must have faced 18. If he ____ my advice, he wouldn’t have lost his job. A. followed B. had followed C. should follow D. would follow 19.—Did you tell Mother you have passed the exam? —Oh, I forgot. I her now. A. will call B. will be calling C. am calling D. am to call 20. The factory used 65% of the raw materials,the rest of which ____ saved for other purposes. A. is B. are C. was D. were 二、完形填空 Beware of those who use the truth to deceive(欺骗). When someone tells you something that is 1 , but leaves out important information that should be 2 , he can create a false impression. For example, someone might say, “I just 3 a hundred dollars on the lottery. It was great. I took that dollar ticket back to the store and 4 it in for one hundred dollars!” This guy is a winner, 5 ? Maybe, maybe not. We then discover that he bought two hundred 6 , and only one was a winner. He’s really a big 7 ! He didn’t say anything that was 8 , but he deliberately left out some important 9 . That’s called a half-truth. Half-truths are not technically 10 , but they are just as not 11 . Untrustworthy candidates in 12 campaigns often use this tactic(手段). Let’s say that during Governor Smith’s last term, the state lost one million jobs and 13 three million jobs. Then she 14 another term. One of her opponents runs an ad 15 , “During Governor Smith’s term, the state lost one million jobs!” That’s true. 16 , an honest statement would have been, “During Governor Smith’s term, the state had a net gain of 17 million jobs.” Advertisers will sometimes use half-truths. It’s 18 the law to make false claims so they try to mislead you with the 19 . An ad might boast, “Nine out of ten doctors recommend Yucky Pills to cure nose pimples.” It 20 to mention that they only asked ten doctors and nine of them work for the Yucky Corporation. This kind of deception happens too often. It’s a sad fact of life: Lies are lies, and sometimes the truth can lie as well. 1. A. false 2. A. included 3. A. lost 4. A. changed 5. A. right 6. A. books 7. A. winner 8. A. true 9. A. details 10. A. stories 11. A. pleasant B. true B. contained B. found B. took B. well B. papers B. loser B. real B. information B. truth B. exciting C. interesting C. ignored C. donated C. turned C. really C. tickets C. fighter C. doubtful C. mistakes C. messages C. honest D. boring D. referred D. won D. made D. though D. balls D. thinker D. false D. errors D. lies D. clever


12. A. political 13. A. stopped 14. A. seeks 15. A. writing 16. A. Otherwise 17. A. one 18. A. for 19. A. words 20. A. fails 三、阅读理解

B. commercial B. found B. gets B. telling B. However B. two B. to B. facts B. tries

C. personal C. avoided C. achieves C. saying C. Meanwhile C. three C. against C. data C. manages

D. public D. gained D. searches D. speaking D. Because D. four D. in D. truth D. plans

I was riding my special motorbike this past weekend and stopped at a convenience store. As I was getting my wheelchair off the back, a man watched me from his car and I noticed a wheelchair in his back seat. We spoke for a moment and I asked him about the wheelchair. He answered that it was for his daughter. “Well, do you think she would like to go for a ride on my motorbike with me?” I asked. He seemed shocked that a total stranger would ask him this. He thought about it for a second and said, “OK, as long as I can follow you.” He introduced me to Amy and he sat her on my back seat. Her father followed me for a few miles and she talked non-stop about what she wanted for Christmas. As we came back to the convenience store, she said, “This ride is the best Christmas present I could ever receive. I have been in a wheelchair my whole life and didn’t know I could do this.” I told her about some of the other things I do (ski, travel the world by myself, etc.). As her father was taking her off my bike, she turned to him and said, “Oh Daddy, I’m going to be OK. Mr. Bryant does all kinds of things, and I will too.” Her father turned away as a tear of joy rolled down his cheek. He hugged me and said, “I was sitting here praying for a gift for Amy that would encourage her. She often felt that her life was dull compared to other children. God answered my prayer just now. Now I pray that God will bless you for your gift to Amy today.” I believed what he said. Being kind and thoughtful to others, we can be an answer to prayer. 1. How did the father feel at first when the author invited his daughter for a ride? A. He felt surprised because he didn’t know the author. B. He was happy because his daughter could gain excitement. C. He was moved because the author was willing to help his daughter. D. He felt nervous because he was worried about his daughter’s safety. 2. What can we know about the author? A. He was a disabled man. B. He usually drove too fast. C. He worked in a convenience store. D. He often helped people who were in trouble. 3. According to the passage, the girl _______. A. used to be a completely healthy person B. was not allowed to do some fierce sports


C. usually felt sad about life due to her disability D. was unwilling to communicate with a stranger 4. What did the author’s gift refer to according to the girl’s father? A. The motorbike. B. The wheelchair. C. The blessing.

D. The ride.


Dear Michelle, My Dad hates my Mom. He tells me that she is a liar and that I should not trust her. Of course, they are divorced but they have “joint custody” (共同监护). What a joke! I am a 15-year-old girl, my brother is 9, and we have a life of hell, frankly. We live one week on and one week off. This was the “brilliant” idea of both of my parents, which was fair to them but ruining my life. I cannot get away from his voice and his putting my mom down. Sometimes I think about running away. What should I do? A Hopeless Ant Dear Hopeless Ant, First, thank you for trusting me with your problem. If all you said is correct, then there are several things that you can and should do to help yourself, your brother, and oddly enough, your parents. You need a family counselor. Such a person could listen to each family member alone and then meet together to talk about the situation. If refused, you need to talk to a counselor in your school. You need to be heard, and you need an adult who will listen. A school counselor can organize a meeting with your parents. Perhaps you need to write to your mother. Writing things down allows people to go over it more than one time. I cannot imagine that she will stand passively by and do nothing at all to help once she reads how you feel. Your father needs a letter as well. He may not realize the destructive effect that it has on his children. Lastly, have a plan in mind when all else fails that is not self-destructive. Life passes very quickly, sweetheart, and you will grow up and have your own life. Until then, you need to keep yourself safe. Never doubt that it will get better. Write back and let me know how everything is going. Michelle 5. The Hopeless Ant wrote the letter to _____. A. explain her worries B. ask for advice C. describe her family D. express dissatisfaction 6. The Hopeless Ant hated her father because he _____. A. often told lies B. divorced her mother C. didn’t love his children D. wasn’t friendly to her mother 7. In which part of a magazine will the text probably appear?


A. Life.

B. Advertisement.

C. Entertainment.

D. Education.

C Can dogs and cats live in perfect harmony in the same home? People who are thinking about adopting a dog as a friend for their cats are worried that they will fight. A recent research has found a new recipe of success. According to the study, if the cat is adopted before the dog, and if they are introduced when still young (less than 6 months for cats, a year for dogs), it is highly probable that the two pets will get along swimmingly. Two-thirds of the homes interviewed reported a positive relationship between their cat and dog. However, it wasn’t all sweetness and light. There was a reported coldness between the cat and dog in 25% of the homes, while aggression and fighting were observed in 10% of the homes. One reason for this is probably that some of their body signals were just opposite. For example, when a cat turns its head away it signals aggression, while a dog doing the same signals submission. In homes with cats and dogs living peacefully, researchers observed a surprising behavior. They are learning how to talk each other’s language. It is a surprise that cats can learn how to talk ‘dog’, and dogs can learn how to talk ‘cat’. What’s interesting is that both cats and dogs have appeared to develop their intelligence. They can learn how to read each other’s body signals, suggesting that the two may have more in common than we previously suspected. Once familiar with each other’s presence and body language, cats and dogs can play together, greet each other nose to nose, and enjoy sleeping together on the sofa. They can easily share the same water bowl and in some cases groom (梳理) each other. The significance of the research on cats and dogs may go beyond pets---to people who don’t get along, including neighbors, colleagues at work, and even world superpowers. If cats and dogs can learn to get along, surely people have a good chance. 9. The underlined word “swimmingly” in Para.1 probably means _____. A. early B. sweetly C. quickly D. carefully 10. Some cats and dogs may fight when ______. A. they are cold to each other B. they look away from each other C. they are introduced at an early age D. they misunderstood each other’s signals 11. It is suggested in Para.4 that cats and dogs ______. A. have common interests B. have a common body language C. are less different than we thought D. are less intelligent than we expected 12. What can we human beings learn from cats and dogs? A. We should learn to live in harmony. B. We should know more about animals. C. We should live in peace with animals. D. We should learn more body languages.


“Regardless of social class, race and age, men say they hate to shop.” says Zukin, City University
of New York sociology professor. Yet when you ask them deeper questions, it turns out that they like to shop. Men generally like to shop for books, music and hardware. But if you ask them about the shopping they do for books or music, they’ll say, “Well, that’s not shopping. That’s research.” In other words, what men and women call “buying things” and how they approach that task are different. Women will wander through several 1,000-aquare-meter stores in search of the perfect party dress. Men will wander through 100 Internet sites in search of the perfect digital camcorder. Women see shopping as a social event. Men see it as a special task or a game to be won.

“Men are frequently shopping to win,” says Ann, a marketing professor at Loyola University of Chicago. “They want to get the best deal. They want to get the best one, the latest one and if they do that it makes them happy.” When women shop, “They’re doing it in a way that they want everybody to be very happy.” says Ann. “They’re kind of shopping for love.” “Teenage girls learn to shop from their moms and older sisters, but they also learn to shop by examining articles in magazines like Seventeen,” City University Zukin says. “And although men’s
magazines such as GQ and Esquire have long had shopping articles, it’s TV that has the eye of young male shoppers,” say Ann and Zukin.

“Television shows are used by young men in the same way Seventeen magazine or Lucky is used by girls,” says Zukin, “to help make clothing and toiletry choices.” “Of course, there are men who love to shop and are proud of it.” Loyola’s Ann says. And that is
important no matter whether you buy a car or a frying pan. All men love to buy but don't want to get cheated. Ann adds, “There actually are men who are interested, for example, in cooking or shopping or chinaware or things around the home---they become kind of girl magnets. Women like it.” 13. From the first paragraph we can know that _____. A. men are all dishonest C. men hate to shop actually A. seriously B. honestly B. men are all book-lovers D. men like to shop in fact C. curiously D. foolishly

14. Compared to women, men usually treat shopping more _____. 15. The underlined word “magnets” in the last paragraph probably means _____. A. magazines that attract young women B. tools that can help housewives much C. persons that have a powerful attraction D. vegetables that make women beautiful



假定你是李华,将于今年七月从新星外语学校毕业.你从报纸上得知 B&B 公司要招聘 一名英文秘书,你很感兴趣。请给该公司写一封求职信,包括下列要点: 1. 年龄; 2.学习情况及英语水平; 3.兴趣和特长; 4.性格特点。 注意: 1.词数 100 左右; 2.可适当增加细节,以使行为连贯; 3.开头语和结束语己为你写好。
Dear sir /Madam, I learned from the newspaper that your company needs an English secretary.

Sincerely yours, Li Hua

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Dear sir /Madam, I learned from the newspaper that your company needs an English secretary. I’m really interested in this position and hope I can work for you. I’m 18 years old and will graduate from Xinxing Foreign Languages School this July. I’m an excellent student, among the top 5 in my class of 50 students. I’m good at English, especially spoken English. Using the computer very frequently, I can type very fast. In my spare time, I read a lot. Poems are my favorite and I also enjoy music very much too. Being an active young person, I like sports and outdoor activities. Besides, I am easy to get along with and always ready to make new friends. I’m looking forward to your reply. Sincerely yours, Li Hua



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