包头一中 2013 学年度第三次模拟考试 高三年级英语试题
第一部分 听力（共两节，满分 30 分）
第一节（共 5 小题；每小题 1．5 分，满分 7．5 分） 1. Where does the conversation most probably take place? A. In a restaurant. B. In a hotel. C. In a hospital. 2. What will Tom do this weekend? A. Go on business. B. Take a vacation. C. Go to an exhibition. 3. Why does the boy think that Harry is the best student? A. Because he works hard. B. Because he is the cleverest. C. Because he got the highest grades. 4. What’s the weather like today? A. Windy. B. Snowy. C. Sunny. 5. What’s the man doing? A. Making an appointment. B. Asking for the time. C. Buying a ticket. 第二节（共 15 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 22.5 分） 听第 6 段材料，回答 6 、7 题。 6. What is Margie curious about? A. The box. B. The cat. C. The bag. 7. Who will get a birthday present tomorrow? A. Ralph. B. Margie. C. Cynthia.
听第 7 段材料，回答 8 至 10 题。
8. What do we know about Miss Green? A. She is a manager. B. She isn’t married. C. She is a professor. 9. Why did the man say sorry to Miss Green? A. Because he disturbed her. B. Because he let her down. C. Because he mistook her marriage. 10. Who is the man speaker probably? A. Miss Green’s husband. B. Miss Green’s father. C. A host.
听第 8 段材料，回答 11 至 13 题
11. How is the man feeling now? A. Upset. B. Ill. C. Sleepy. 12. What did the woman do last year？ A. Bought some pills. B. Asked for a prescription. C. Had an operation. 13. What is the man doing now most probably? A. Working in the office. B. Driving a car. C. Going home.
听第 9 段材料，回答第 14 至 16 题
14. Who is Mr. Miller? A. Mr. Wilson’s manager. B. Bill’s manager. C. The woman’s manager. 15. What does Mr. Miller look like? A. He has straight hair. B. He is short. C. He wears glasses.
16. How will Mr. Miller go to Tokyo? A. By air. B. By boat.
听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题
C. By car.
17. What is the speaker talking about? A. What is a thermometer. B. How to use a thermometer. C. Where to use a thermometer. 18. Where should we put the thermometer in the mouth? A. Under the tongue. B. Above the tongue. C. Into the throat. 19. What can make mouth temperatures high? A. A cup of iced tea. B. Smoking a cigarette. C. Drinking cold water. 20. How long should we leave the thermometer in place? A. For half a minute. B. For a minute. C. For two minutes
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） 21. In my view, biology is ______ chemistry, but a little easier than mathematics. A. a subject so difficult as B. as difficult a subject as C. as a difficult subject as D. difficult as a subject as 22．Theater fans love New York, _ offers a variety of Broadway plays． A．which B．where C．that D．who 23．From our window we have a good view of the open fields, into the distance． A．to reach B．having reached C．reaching D．reached 24．It is believed that high achievers are ambitious, hard working, and work toward personal standards of excellence _____ material rewards． A．other than B．or rather C．rather than D．or else 25. ------ Mr. Black, this is our language lab. Would you like to go in and have a look? ------ OK. ________. A. Help yourself B. This way, please C. Follow me D. After you 26．I walked past your house last night．There was an awful lot of noise．What _______you ? A．did; do B．would; do C．had; done D．were; doing
27．—George, good luck with your English exam ! —Gosh, I wish I for it last night! A．have studied B．studied C．had studied D．would study 28．— Did you like Mr. Green's lecture? —Yes， any description．I will come again with my classmates． A．over B．in C．beyond D．for 29．All the books by the students are reported to have been sent to the
children in the countryside the other day． A．having offered B．to be offered C．offering D． offered 30. I admit I made a lot of mistakes in the work, and I will responsibility for them. A. assume B. decline C. accept D. secure 31．—Bill, be careful! —Don't worry. I _ break it． A．can't B．won't C．shouldn't D．needn't 32．I am sure that if it came to that point, he would do is expected of him． A．what B．when C ． which D．as 33 ． I'm working on my fitness and I will be ready in a couple of weeks, not sooner． A．if B．unless C．as D．until 34．Look! How active the guys are ! Never before my students so enthusiastic． A．I see B．I have seen C．do I see D．have I seen 35. In ______face of the global financial crisis, we must be all of _______mind. A. the; the B.不填; 不填 C. the; 不填 D. 不填; a 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 至 55 各题所给的四个选项中，选出最佳 选项。 One afternoon，the high school boy Clay Jensen received a mysterious package with no return address. When he opened it， was 36 to find seven tapes， he which were 37 by Hannah Baker，his classmate who had committed suicide (自杀）two weeks earlier. Clay had secretly been in love with her but never had the 38 to tell her about it. On the tapes，Hannah had 39 thirteen reasons for ending her own 40 and Clay was one of the reasons. Hannah had even left him a 41 marking places with dots for him to visit. Clay walked out of his home and with her voice in his 42； wandered all over he the town trying to uncover the reasons why she felt her life had to end so tragically(悲剧地） ． 43 Hannah and Clay’s story，American author Jay Asher wove（编织）a sad story of confusion and desperation in novel，Thirteen Reasons Why，which had 44 on The New York Times best-selling list for eight weeks. As Clay anxiously 45 how he played a part in her suicide，he noticed how a number of little，seemingly unimportant 46 can add up to a terrible high school existence for someone else. It 47 us all that sometimes when something is said or done to 48 another intentionally, it can have 49 effects and can even lead to other major events in that person’s life.
The theme of the story is that we are all 50 our own actions. Hannah admitted it was her 51 to end her life. However， someone had 52 differently， if she could have changed her decision. 53 it is an imaginary story，many of us will connect parts of Hannah’s high school career with something in our life and may 54 know someone showing warning signs of suicide. And 55 we can act and prevent such a tragedy. 36. A. shocked B. delighted C. disturbed D. excited 37. A. brought B. sent C. bought D. recorded 38. A. time B. courage C. atmosphere D. mood 39. A. stated B. told C. found D. expressed 40. A. love B. schooling C. life D. story 41. A. tape B. map C. note D. number 42. A. head B. heart C. face D. ear 43. A. In B. For C. Through D. With 44. A. left B. stayed C. kept D. continued 45. A. found out B. gave away C. made out D. thought about 46. A. accidents B. events C. incidents D. affairs 47. A. informs B. reminds C. proves D. indicates 48. A. hurt B. praise C. damage D. comfort 49A. lasting B. important C. different D. instant 50. A. concerned about B. careful of C. devoted to D. responsible for 51. A. task B. rule C. choice D. dream 52. A. thought B. replied C. said D. acted 53. A. As though B. Even though C. In case D. Now that 54. A. even B. also C. still D. ever 55. A. thankfully B. hopefully C. equally D. similarly
阅读理解（共两节，满分 40 分）
第一节 （共 15 小题，每小题 2 分，满分 30 分） 阅读下列四篇短文，从每小题后所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项，并在 答题卡上将该选项涂黑。 A
My six-year-old granddaughter stares at me as if she is seeing me for the first time. “Grandma, you are an antique,” she says. “You are old. Antiques are old. You are my antique.” I am not satisfied to let the matter rest there. I explain, “An antique is not only just old; it’s an object existing since or belonging to earlier times such as a work of art or a piece of furniture. Antiques are valuable.” We look around the house for antiques. There is a large desk that was handed
down from an aunt to our family. “It’s very old,” I tell Jenny. “I try to keep it polished, and I show it off whenever I can. You do that with antiques.” When Jenny gets older and understands such things, I might also tell her that whenever I look at the desk or touch it, I am reminded of the aunt who was dear to me and gave me the desk as a gift. I see her face again, though she is no longer with us. I remember myself as a little girl standing against this antique, listening to one of her stories. Our tour of antiques continues. There is a picture on the wall purchased at a yard sale. It is dated 1867, and it is not in very good condition. There is a vase on the floor. I’m not certain where it came from, but I didn’t buy it new. And then there is an old-style bed, sent to me forty years ago form an uncle who slept in it for fifty years. “The one thing about antiques, ” I explain to Jenny, “is that they usually have a story.” For a moment Jenny looks thoughtful. “I don’t have any antiques but you,” she says. Then her face brightens. “Could I take you to school for our antiques show?” “Only of I fit into your backpack,” I answer. And then her antique lifts her up and gives her a big hug that will last through the years. 56. The author shows Jenny many antiques to ________. A. let her learn to value things B. tell her the stories behind them C. show her the meaning of the word “antique” D. help her know more about the family’s past 57. What do the picture and the vase have in common? A. Both came from the author’s uncle. C. Both were received as a gift. B. Both are still in good condition. D. Both were bought old.
58. It can be inferred from the text that ______. A. Jenny loves the author very much B. the author agrees to Jenny’s request C. Jenny doesn’t like the author’s antiques D. the author’s explanation confuses Jenny 59. What would be the best title for the text?
A. Jenny’s antique C. My love of antiques
B. A tour of antiques D. Stories behind my antiques B
The Canada’s Most Interesting Towns Contest is started by Reader’s Digest Association (Canada) and is open to all Canadians. All entries (参赛作品) must be submitted by December 18,2012. Entry requirements Participants must submit a story in English or in French and one photo that tell why their town is the most interesting town in Canada. The story must not be over 250 words and the photograph must not be over 2MB. The story is a must but the photo is optional. Submission will require your full name and the name of the city you are recommending. You must write clearly which of the following categories you are covering: Best Destination; Greenest; Healthiest; Best Cuisine; Most Community Spirit; Most Artistic. Voting Submissions will be voted by people entering the contest. During the Voting Period anyone may vote for their favorite submission by clicking the vote button online. Each person may vote for as many submissions as they wish in any given day. The Voting Period begins on September 18, 2012 and ends on December 18,2012. You may vote for your own submission. Prize and awards At the end of the Voting Period, the top 20 entries will be judged by a group of judges. The entry with the highest score from the judges will be the Grand Prize winner, who will receive a $5,000.00 cheque. And the city featured in the Grand Prize winner’s entry will be awarded a prize as well, a $5,000.00 cheque. The entries with the next seven highest judges’ scores will be the seven Runners Up (亚军) each deserving a $1,000.00 cheque. On January 17,2013 at our Montreal office, the prizes will be awarded to winners. 60. The Canada’s Most Interesting Towns Contest____. A. lasts one month C. includes many categories B. is a writing contest D. allows anyone to take part
61. It can be learned that a participant____. A. must submit a photograph C. must write the story in English B. can vote for his own submission D. can only vote for one submission
62. The total prize money for this contest is worth____. A. $6,000.00 B. $11,000.00 C Every so often, birds, just like humans, do what it takes to feel really, really good. The bird version is to sit on an anthill(蚁穴) so that hundreds of ants climb all over their bodies, or even better, some birds pick up mouthfuls of pressed ants and rub themselves all over. Afterwards, the birds either eat the ants or set them free. Scientists call this “anting.” It’s a common bird practice, and is especially done by the smarter birds. Ravens do it. Magpies do it. However, birds aren’t the only animals that use anting --- squirrels, cats, and hedgehogs have all been observed doing the same sort of thing! Why birds “ant” is something of a mystery, but one thought is acceptable. Ants have defensive secretions(分泌物), chemical weapons they use to fight off other insects and bacteria. So pressed ants help the birds drive the insects away. Similarly, if you cover your body with them, you can move through the forest without worrying about being bitten by insects. Plus, ants are cheap. They are around. However, we have a better explanation. Birds “ant” a lot in spring and summer. For many birds, that’s the season for birds to change feathers. So maybe ant secretions are like bath oil; they comfort the skin during feather replacement. A British scientist once declared “the purpose of anting the stimulation(刺激) and comfort of the body,” and that the general effect “is similar to that gained by man from the use of outside stimulants, and perhaps also smoking.” And like cigarettes, anting can become a habit. Another study compares anting to “the human habits of smoking and drug taking,” and says, “it is enjoyed for the feeling of excitement it results in. So once experienced, it is difficult to stop.” That’s why you often see mother birds shouting at their babies who come near their first anthill. “Stay away from there, child… Don’t touch those ants!” they cry. I don’t speak Raven. Or Magpie. But I have been a parent. So some things I know. C. $12,000.00 D. $17,000.00
63. The practice of anting _______. A. is unique to birds B. is a rare phenomenon
C. makes birds feel comfortable D. provides a main food source for birds 64. Some birds ant because ant’s secretions ______. A. prevent them from being ill C. can remove unwanted insects 65. It is implied in the text that _______. A. only adult birds use anting B. the author knows a lot about birds C. birds can become addicted to anting D. too much anting does harm to birds’ health 66. The text is most probably taken from a ______. A. popular science magazine C. research paper B. short-story collection D. personal diary D Many parents try hard to protect their kids from TV and Internet advertising. But how can you protect a child from a large fast-food ad painted on her school locker(衣 物柜)? Or a toy ad on the side of his school bus? As school budgets get smaller, a growing number of schools in the US are selling advertising space on lockers and buses and in gyms and cafeterias. It is an easy way for schools to make money. And ads may provide relief for parents exhausted by making cash donations to support schools. While parents can always turn off the television or the computer, they can’t keep advertising out of schools. This isn’t the first time the issue has come up. For example, a news program for teens has been criticized for including ads in its 12-minute classroom broadcasts. And parents’ groups successfully fought a plan by a company called Bus Radio to put music and ads into school buses. But now things are different. Just last month, Los Angeles approved a plan to allow companies to advertise in the district’s schools. Officials say the plan could provide as much as $18 million for the schools. B. have a smell that they favor D. help them smooth their feathers
In St. Francis, Minn., school recently agreed to cover 10% to 15% of their lockers with ads. Edward Saxton, a teacher in the school, says, “So far, parents are accepting this as a way to bring in needed money. The money pays for programs like arts, sports, and music. Parents don’t like to see programs getting cut. Neither do I. Besides, schools are thinking about the effects on kids all the time.” However, Susan Linn, an educational expert, says, “Kids have already seen enough ads on TV, in magazines and on products they use daily. School is no place for advertisements at all.” Readers, what about you? Would you rather help run yet another school fundraiser, or expose your child to ads on lockers and buses? Is keeping ads out of schools worth raising taxes, or increasing your own cash support for schools through donations? 67. Schools allow ads into schools to _____. A. reduce parents’ burdens B. solve their financial problems
C. offer kids a wide choice of goods D. improve their students’ living conditions 68. Edward Saxton holds the view that _______. A. schools choose ads carefully B. ads in schools should not be too much C. schools should be a place free from ads D. in-school ads do no harm to young kids 69. What does the text mainly talk about? A. The bad effects of ads on kids. B. Efforts to stop in-school advertising.
C. Whether ads should be allowed in schools. D. Whether parents should run fundraisers for schools. 70. Who are the intended readers of the text? A. Parents. B. Teachers. C. Educators. D. Businessmen.
第二节（共 5 小题，每小题 2 分，满分 10 分）
根据短文内容， 从短文后的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。 Four ways to respond to a major disaster When natural disasters like hurricanes and earthquakes happen, there’s always
a great need for coordinated (协调的) disaster relief and recovery._____71_____ Volunteer To take a hands-on approach to disaster recovery, volunteer your time and talents. You can travel to the affected regions to provide support.____72_____It is recommended that you volunteer through one of the professional organizations for your safety and your skills can be put to best use. Donate money Disaster victims often have lost their homes or need to relocate. In many cases, your money is just as valuable as your physical presence in helping with relief efforts. Many organizations provide temporary housing, food and other items for victims. _____73_____ Even organizations like the Red Cross have been criticized for how donated funds have been allocated. Donate blood If you can’t travel and don’t feel comfortable giving money, a need for donated blood always exists. The Red Cross and local medical organizations manage blood supplies that are important to disaster victims. Call the Red Cross to schedule an appointment.____74_____ _____75_______ Goods are valuable in stricken areas. Building materials and donations of bottled water or household items can be placed on trucks and taken to the disaster areas. It is best to allow the professional organizations to coordinate these donation efforts and see that the needed supplies reach a location where they will be best used for recovery. A. Send needed items B. Make preparations C. A lot of groups organize local response. D. Or look out for a blood drive in your area. E. Whether disaster has occurred at home or abroad, you can help. F. You can do everything from providing first aid to rebuilding homes. G. Before giving, though, make sure you trust the organization receiving your money. 第四部分 写作（共两节，满分 35 分）
第一节 短文改错（共 10 小题，每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） 假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文， 请你修改你同桌写的以下作 文。文中共有 10 处语言错误，每句中最多有两处。错误涉及一个单词的增加、 删除或修改。 增加：在缺词处加一个漏字符号（^） 。并在其下面写出该加的词。 删除：把多余的词用斜线（/）划掉。 修改：在错的词下划一横线，并在该词下面写出修改后的词。 注意：1.每处错误及其修改均仅限一词； 2.只允许修改 10 处，多者（从第 11 处起）不记分。 One rainy day while I was walking home with one of my friend, a truck came to a
stop besides us. The driver put the window down and offered us a umbrella because he found we were wet through. I stood there and couldn’t believe in that a complete stranger is so thoughtful. The man insisted, so I grateful accepted the offer, thanked him and watched the truck disappear down the road. This man might need the umbrella himself, and he preferred to give it to everyone else. It was a lesson to us that it was possible give without expect anything in return. 第二节：书面表达（满分 25 分） 某青年旅行社欲招聘前台接待人员，假定你是李华，刚参加完高考，想利用 暑期找一份兼职工作。 请你用英语给该旅行社的张经理发一封求职信。 条件如下： 1.年龄 18 岁;2.精通英语，口语流利;3.善与人相处。 注意： 1.词数 100 左右（开头和结尾已给出，不计入总词数） ； 2.可以适当增加细节，以使行文连贯。 Dear Mr. Zhang , I learned from the newspaper that you're looking for a receptionist for your company.
Yours sincerely, Li Hua
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作文 范文： Dear Mr. Zhang , I learned from the newspaper that you're looking for a receptionist for your company. I'm very interested in the job and I'd like to apply for the position. First of all, allow me to introduce myself . I have just graduated from high school and taken the University Entrance Examination. I want to find a part-time job in the summer. I'm 18 years old and have a good command of English, especially in terms of speaking and listening. In fact, I once won first prize in the English speech competition held in our school. Besides, I'm quite easy-going in character and therefore very popular among my classmates. Whether at study or at work, I'm always full of energy. I sincerely hope you can give me a chance. I look forward to your early reply. Yours sincerely, Li Hua
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