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河南省中原名校2013届高三下学期第二次联考英语试题




河南省中原名校 2012—2013 学年度高三下期第二次联考 英语试卷
命题学校:安阳一中 责任老师:刘海峰 (考试时间:120 分钟 试卷满分 150 分)

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第一部分 听力(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) 第二部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分 45 分) 第一节单选填空(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 1 5 分) 从 A、B、C、D、四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该选 项涂黑。 21.Care of the soul is a gradual process even the small details of life should be considered. A. in which B.during where C.in what D.in where 22.According to the Nobel Prize organization, Mo Yan's work displays "a mixture of fantasy and reality, _ historical and social aspects. A.conducting B.combining C.conflicting D.concluding 23. I think he must be writing his essay at home now, ? A. is he B. isn't he C.do I D. mustn't he 24.—What attracted you to our university? —You have a great basketball team and I can for it. A.workout B. lookout C.try out D.carry out 25.Our new English teacher, who is said to have moved back to China, in America for almost ten years. A.lived B.has lived C.was living D.had lived 26.—Do you enjoy the moves of Gangnam Style? — .I just do it to keep fit. A.Of course B.Not really C.Not likely D.Not a little 27. nobody else at hand, I had to carry the heavy box to the eighth floor by myself. A.It having B.It has C.There was D.There being 28. He is very and well-qualified, so he should reach the top of his profession . A.proud B.jealous C.ambitious D.enthusiastic 29. nearly all behavior is learned behavior is a basic assumption _ has been put forward by the social scientists. A.What, that B.That, what C.What, what D.That, that 30."The moment ____ soon," he thought to himself, waiting nervously. A.is coming B.was coming C.came D.has come

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31.—Albert, I have a favor to ask you. — . A.It's a pleasure B.Go ahead C.Help yourself D. doesn't matter It 32.____ in color, the garden looks dull in this late fall. A.Lack B.Lacked C.Lacking D.To lack 33.Everyone wants to live in a beautiful, comfortable and "livable" place, but not _____know where it is. A.all B.some C.either D.both 34.Since people are fond of humor, it is as welcome in conversation as ____ else. A.anything B.something C.anywhere D.somewhere 35.All the photographs in this book, ____ stated otherwise, date from the 1970s. A.until B.once C.if D.unless 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,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出可以填入空 白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 The Town of Pressure and the Town of Pleasure were neighbors but had nothing in common.Residents built walls to 36 influence from the other town. In Pressure, 37 struggled to be the very best.When women gave birth, they would _38 to have the baby with the loudest cry.There was violent competition in every aspect of life.Because 39 was the index (指数) of success, people were 40 busy making money, with 41_ for relaxation.Some young people couldn't bear the intensity and resorted to drink or drugs to escape. 42 ,over in Pleasure, the motto was "As long as you like it, do it." People grew up without 43 and 44 do anything they liked.Children played computer games day and night.At school, teachers didn't 45 whether students showed up or not.Workers might sit around the office 46 sipping coffee and doing nothing. 47 the lack of regulations, nobody worried about losing their jobs.It was 48 that mattered. one had the _49 thought of moving forward, either for themselves or for the No town.The computers they used were 50 models from Pressure. Some of the young were addicted to 51 because of the meaninglessness of their lives. Then, people in the two towns began asking themselves, "What is 52 for?" But, just before life in the two towns completely 53 , there came a saint —Mr.Reason.He went from door to door, talking with people and giving advice.People in Pressure learnt to be 54 with what they had, while people in Pleasure began to make plans.They 55 the walls between them and built a road to connect the two.The towns' people came to realize the truth—there is no space between Pressure and Pleasure if they don't go to extremes. 36.A.connect B.keep C.keep out D.prevent 37.A.everyone B.anyone C.nobody D.somebody 38.A.have B.like C.compete D.try 39.A.health B.joy C.children D.wealth

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40.A.seldom B.always C.hardly D.sometimes 41.A.much time B.no reason C.many reasons D.no time 42.A.Meanwhile B.At the same time C.Therefore D.Virtually 43.A.pleasure B.pressure C.work D.happiness 44.A.must B.need C.could D.dared 45.A.know B.find C.recognize D.care 46. in the morning A. B. the evening in C. day long all D. the afternoon in 47.A.Thanks to B.Regardless of C.Owe to D.According to 48.A.money B.time C.pleasure D.pressure 49.A.strongest B.slightest C.most D.smallest 50.A. the old B.the new C.the best D. the same 51.A.books B.work C.money D.drugs 52.A.pressure B.life C.pleasure D.money 53.A.improved B.failed C.succeeded D.lived 54.A.content B.surprised C.patient D.angry 55.A.built B.putdown C.pulled down D.setup 第三部分 阅读理解(共两节,满分 40 分) 第一节(共 1 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A.B、C、D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上 将该项涂黑。

A
Patricia Blues, 29, has a new aim in life: to keep drivers' hands on their steering wheels and off their cell phones.On November 2, 2007, Blues lived through a horrible experience.A motorist dialing a cell phone drove through a stop sign at 45 miles per hour and run into the side of Blues' car.Blues' 2-year-old daughter was killed immediately in the crash. Blues has since dedicated her time to pushing for laws that would prevent this type of tragedy from happening again. Cell phones are not the only distractions(分神) that cause accidents.Eating, changing CD, reading maps, talking to passengers, and just reaching for an object on the floor can be dangerous. Therefore, the emphasis should be on educating drivers to avoid all distractions.However, talking on cell phones might be easier to regulate than eating or changing music.At least 34 states have already passed laws to restrict cell phone use in moving cars.No state has banned it yet, but several U.S.cities have.Worldwide, 13 nations, including Australia, England, Germany, Japan and China have banned drivers' use of cell phones in moving cars. To date, no scientific evidence has been published showing that talking on the phone affects driving safety.But according to a test by some high school students, "driving while on the phone does affect safety and probably shouldn't be done".

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56. What happened to Patricia Blues last November? . A.She was seriously injured in a car crash B.She lost her daughter in a road accident C.She broke the traffic rules at a bus stop D.Her vehicle was destroyed by a motorbike 57. The tragedy was caused by . A. Blues' lack of driving experience B. the motorist's failure of seeing the stop sign C. Blues' poor car conditions D. the motorist's absence of mind while driving 58. Patricia Blues' new goal of life is to persuade the government A. to prohibit the carrying of cell phones in cars B. to educate drivers to avoid all distractions C. to ban talking on the phone while driving D. to study harmful results of using cell phones

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B
Here is some general information about Edison Elementary School. For more information, you can visit our website which is printed on the cover. Attendance: Please contact the office at 480.472.5282 if your child is going to be absent. Renaissance Reading: The Accelerated Reader (AR) Program is a computerized reading enrichment program that combines great children's literature with computer skills. an individualized As reading program, it is designed to motivate students to read more and to read good literature.Students of different abilities can use this program.It is not a competitive program but one that improves any student's reading ability. Here is how it works . Students select books in their reading range from our Accelerated Reader Selection and read it at their own pace.Once the student has completed the book, he/she is ready to take an AR quiz.Each quiz consists of 5, 10, or 20 multiple choice comprehensive questions about the book. After taking the quiz, the computer shows the student how many questions he/she answered correctly, shows the correct answers for missed questions, and praises the students' efforts with an on-screen personalized message.Passing the quiz assures the teacher and the parent that the child actually read and understood the book. Each student tests independently—reading the quiz questions himself/herself. The computer keeps track of reading points, books, and average test scores, as well as other data.A student may test on a book only once and should, therefore, have thoroughly read and understood the contents before taking the quiz.Each student is responsible for reading the screen to be sure the quiz, by title and author, is the correct one he/she wishes to take.

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Students are recognized for their accomplishments with praise from the teachers and special recognition at the classroom level when individual and/or classroom goals are met. P.T.0. We have an active Parent -Teacher Organization. They have monthly meetings, check the calendar for the meeting times and places. 59.The passage may be selected from _____. A.a magazine B.a newspaper C.a website D.a novel 60.The passage is written for _____. A.general readers B.parents C.teachers D.primary students 61.Which of the following is TRUE about how Renaissance Reading works? A.Students select books based on the instruction of the computer. B.Students take the quiz without others' arrangements. C.The result of the quiz will be kept by teachers. D.The summary of the book to be selected is shown on the screen. 62.It can be inferred from the passage that _____. A.students won't be punished if they don't pass the quiz B.students only have one chance to test on a book C.students won't be praised if they reach their goals D.parents meet the teachers once a term

C
Glaucoma(青光眼)is a major cause of blindness around the world, especially in developing countries.The World Health Organization says glaucoma is a greater public health challenge than cataracts (白内障) because the blindness caused by the latter , can be cured after operations. Glaucoma is a disease that makes people around the world lose their sight, and they usually don't even know they have the disease until it has permanently destroyed at least 40 percent of their sight.The process is usually so painless and subtle(不明显的 ), so people don't notice it.Actually, the simplest medical test can discover it. "It is the leading cause of blindness in the United States.In Hispanics and in African-Americans, it's the second leading cause of blindness and so is the case in the Chinese and Indians. "said Dr. Alan Robin, a specialist in treating glaucoma. "The glaucoma we see in sub-Saharan Africa is a much more aggressive blinding disease than the glaucoma we see in Americans or even African- Americans in-the United States. "he said. . Dr.Eric Fleischer also sees these differences at Medstar Washington Hospital Center. "Pretty much anybody who has ancestors in Africa has an increased chance of developing glaucoma. "Age is another thing that may lead to glaucoma, although people of all ages can get it. Glaucoma is a group of diseases that commonly produce pressure in the eye. An

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eye is sort of like a watch. And behind the face of the watch, liquid is made. It goes through your pupil(瞳孔)and into the front of the watch between the face and the crystal . There's an area around the edge of the watch that drains (使 排 出 ) the liquid. When that drain is blocked, the liquid can't leave the eye as fast as it is produced.The rising pressure within the eye damages and eventually kills the optic(视 觉的) nerve. The result is blindness. Fortunately, if caught early, glaucoma can be controlled . Glaucoma is not curable. but as researchers worldwide lean more about it, they grow more hopeful that glaucoma can one day be cured or even prevented. 63. In which country is glaucoma the biggest danger to people's sight? A. In China. B. In India. C. In the USA. D. In Japan. 64. What do the underlined words "these differences"(in Para 4 ) refer to? A. The differences in regions(地区) . B. The cultural differences. C. The differences in age. D. The physical differences. 65. What does Para 5 mainly talk about? A. The structure of eyes. B. The function of eyes. C. The bad influence of glaucoma. D. How glaucoma causes blindness. 66.From the passage, we can learn that, . A. it is hard for medical tests to discover glaucoma B. people in developed countries hardly develop glaucoma C. glaucoma only causes blindness among old people D. the research on glaucoma is still going on worldwide

D
When a dirty and untidy orange cat showed up in the prison yard, I was one of the first to go out there and pet it. I hadn't touched a cat or a dog in over 20 years. I spent at least 20 minutes, knelt down behind the kitchen as the cat rolled around, relaxed.What he was expressing outwardly, I was feeling inwardly. It was an amazing bit of grace to feel him under my hand and note that I was reaching a life or another creature with something as simple as my care. Over the next few days, there were other prisoners responding to the cat. Every yard period, a group of prisoners gathered there.They stood around talking and taking turns petting the cat . These were guys you wouldn't usually find talking to each other.Several times I saw an officer in the group, not chasing people away, but just watching and seeming to enjoy along with the prisoners. Bowls of milk and water appeared along with bread, wisely placed under the edge of the dustbin to keep the birds from getting it. The cat was obviously homeless and in pretty bad shape. People said that the cat came to the right place. He's getting treated like a king. This was true. but as I watched I was also thinking about what the cat was doing for us. There was a lot of talk about what's wrong with prisons in America. We need more programs. We need more

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psychologists or treatment of various kinds.Some may even talk about making prisons more kind.But I think what we really need is a chance to practice our own kindness.Not receive it, but give it.After more than two decades here, I know kindness is not a value that's encouraged. often seen as a weakness. It's Instead, the culture encourages keeping your head down, minding your own business, and never letting yourself be weak. The cat did my heart good to see the effect he had on me and the men here. simply By saying, I need some help here", he did something important for us. needed us. He And we needed to be needed.I believe we all do. 67.From the passage, we can learn that the author was____. A.an animal protector B.the cat owner C.a prison officer D.a prisoner 68.Which of the following statements is true? A.The cat was dirty because it was kept in prison. B.The officer in the prison enjoyed petting the cat. C.The prisoners prepared food for both the cat and birds. D.The author realized the importance of practicing kindness. 69.We can infer from the third paragraph that____. A.showing love to others can make prisoners strong B.the American prison culture will be improved C.the author is not content with the prison culture D.caring for others is encouraged in American prisons 70.What is the best title for the passage? A.Caring Makes Us Human. B.Prison Culture is Important. C.Animals Need Care. D.Everyone Needs to be Cared for. 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。

Warren Buffett
For someone who is such a successful investor, Warren Buffett comes off as a pretty ordinary guy. was born on August 30, 1930. He 71 He used to go door-to -door and sell soda water.When his family moved to Washington, Buffett became a paperboy for The Washington Post.Buffett ran his five paper routes and even added magazines to round out his product offerings.While still in school, he was making$ 175 a month, a full-time wage for many men. 72 He spent $ 1,200 on 40 acres of farmland in Nebraska.He and a friend also made $ 50 a week by placing pinball machines in barber shops.They called their venture (企业) Wilson Coin Operated Machine Co. Already a successful small-time businessman, Buffett wasn't interested in going to college but ended up at the University of Pennsylvania—his father encouraged him to go.73 But he was turned down, which had to be one of the worst admission decisions in Harvard history. The outcome affected Buffett's life, for he ended up attending Columbia Business School, where he studied under Professor Benjamin Graham the father of securities analysis who provided the foundation (基础) for Buffett's investment strategy.

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From the beginning, Buffett made his fortune from investing.He started with all the money he had made from selling soda water, delivering papers, and operating pinball machines.Between .1950 and 1956, he grew his $ 9,800 to $ 14,000.74 And then he gradually drew in other investors through word of mouth and very attractive terms. 75 He doesn't collect houses or cars or works of art, and he disdains(鄙视 companies that waste money on expensive cars, private dining rooms, and high- priced real villas.He is a creature of habit—same house, same office, same city, same soda water. A.Then Buffett applied to Harvard Business School. B.Buffett is more likely to be found in a four-star restaurant. C.When he was 14, Buffett developed great interest in investment. D.Even as a young child,Buffett was serious about making money. E.One thing is for sure about Buffett he is happy to do what he is doing. . F.Buffett's investment strategy mirrors his lifestyle and his overall philosophy. G.From there, he organized irrvestment partnerships with his family and friends.

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注意:将答案写在答题卷上,写在本试卷上无效。 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 1 0 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,每处错误仅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限一词。 2.只允许修改 10 处,多者(从第 1 1 处起)不计分。 Wise men don't always act as wise as we think. At times they maybe done something silly: Because we always think they are well known, so the stories about their foolish acts.are still widely talked throughout the world in modern times. For example, Beethoven, the great composer of Austria, was said to have insisted in paying a waiter in a restaurant for a dinner he has not eaten or ever ordered; the British physicist Newton, while lived in London, cut two holes in the two doors of his flat, one big, other small, for his two cats to pass through them.He only thought the

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bigger cat could not get through the smaller holes easily.

第二节 书面表达(满分 25 分) 最近的一项调查表明如今的中国青年的人生目标比过去要显得多元化。这种选择的变化 表明社会在进步,人们的生活目标较以前更为实际。 比例 53.5% 44% 43.7% 23.9% 目标 挣钱给自己买一房一车 提高生活质量 成为富人 找一份好工作 71.9%的人说将努力拼搏以实现人 生的目标 手段

【参考词汇】 多元化(的) :diversified 调查对象:respondent 【写作要求】 1.以上述信息为材料写一段短文。可以根据实际适当发挥; 2.中心突出,语意连贯,层次清晰.书写规范; 3.不少于 1 00 字, 4.标题不计入字数。 Chinese Young People's Life Goals Today

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参考答案
1—5 CAABB 6—10 CBAAC 11—15 ABAAC 16—20 BABCA 21—25 ABBCA 26—30 BDCDA 31—35 BCACD 36—40 CACDB 41—45 DABCD 46—50 CACBA 51—55DBBAC 56—58 BDC 59—62 ABBB 63—66 CADD 67—70 DDCA 71—75 DCAGF 短文改错: 1.第二个 wise 改为 wisely 2.done 改为 do 3.去掉 so 4.talked 后加 about 5. in 改为 on 6.has 改为 had 7. lived 改为 living 8.other 前加 the 9.去掉 them 10.holes 改为 hole 书面表达: Chinese Young People's Life Goals Today A recent survey shows that in today's society, Chinese young people's life goals have become more diversified than before. When young people are asked what they will struggle for, more than half of the respondents choose to earn enough money to buy a house and a car for themselves. In addition to this practical goal, some people, about 44%, pick up their life goal as improving their life quality or to be a rich person while 23.9% of the respondents are simply satisfied to have a good job. As for how to achieve their life goals, most of them prefer struggling to realize their dreams. The survey shows that the society is making progress and people's life goals have become more practical.

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