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景德镇市 2013 届高三第二次质检试题英语 第一卷(共三部分,满分 115 分) 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) 听下面 5 段对话,每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项 中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后,你都有 10 秒钟的 时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 第一节(共 5 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 7.5 分) 请听下面 5 段对话,选出最佳选项。 1. What will the woman probably do? A. Take a long walk. B. Take a good rest. C. Go to the country. 2. What book has the woman bought? A. A music book. B. An English book. C. A history book. 3. What is the man going to do? A. Take another flight. B. Give the ticket to someone. C. Catch the plane at 6:00. 4. What does the woman mean? A. They should buy a new typewriter. B. They should find a new place for the typewriter. C. They should find a better typist. 5. What are the two speakers talking about? A. The study plan. B. The school plan. C. The vacation plan. 第二节(共 15 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 22.5 分) 听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有一个小题,从题中所给的 A、 B、C 三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话或独白 前,你都有时间阅读各个小题,每小题 5 秒钟;听完后,各小题将给出 5 秒钟的 作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第 6 段材料,回答第 6、7 题。 请听第 6 段材料,回答第 6、7 题。 6. Why did the woman stop her car suddenly? A. The man’s car hit her car. B. A small child ran in front of her car. C. The traffic lights turned red. 7. What would happen if the man got another ticket? A. He would pay a lot of money for the damage. B. He would lose his job. C. He would lose his driver’s license. 请听第 7 段材料,回答第 8 至 10 题。 8. When did the woman get to Canada? A. Several days ago. B. Last month. C. Last September. 9. What’s the meaning of moonlighting? A. A kind of lamp. B. A second job. C. A kind of toy. 10. How much does it cost the woman to get to the Pacific Hotel? A. $17.25. B. $70.25. C. $71.52. 请听第 8 段材料,回答第 11 至 14 题。 11. When does the conversation probably take place? A. In the morning. B. In the afternoon. C. In
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the evening. 12. What do we know about the man’s neighbor? A. He’s sleeping now. B. He will have to get up early tomorrow. C. He’s making noise. 13. What were the man and his friends doing? A. They were having a rest. B. They were having a birthday party. C. They were having a celebration. 14. Where does the conversation probably take place? A. In a hotel. B. At home. C. In the manager’s office. 请听第 9 段材料,回答第 15 至 17 题。 15. How does the man feel about David’s way of sleeping? A. It’s harmful. B. It’s strange. C. It’s the best. 16. How many hours does David sleep a day? A. Four. B. Six. C. Seven. 17. What does the man mean at the end of the conversation? A. People should develop a habit like David’s. B. People need longer hours of sleep. C. People have different sleeping habits. 请听第 10 段材料,回答第 18 至 20 题。 18. What were the professors doing? A. They were talking. B. They were reading. C. They were sleeping. 19. Why did the other two professors come to the railway station? A. To catch the train. B. To say goodbye to Professor Egghead. C. To meet Professor Egghead. 20. What do we learn about these professors? A. They are serious. B. They are helpful. C. They are absent-minded. 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,选出可以填入空白的最佳选项。 21. From serious look on her face, we can see that she has brought us word of great importance. A. the; the B. the; a C. a; the D. the; / 22. Leaving school does not mean that study is finished. Learning can become a way of life and help you achieve the greatest . A. trial B. competition C. potential D. signal 23. The clerk’s best-known work that is all praises can be seen in the public library. A. beyond B. within C. with D. without 24. ——My girlfriend failed again in the road test. —— ? She has been well prepared for it. A. So what B. What if C. How come D. What about 25. The manager was very angry, for he had sent his business partner 2000
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machines yesterday, half of were unqualified. A. that B. which C. what D. them 26. The car the truck so closely, otherwise the traffic accident could have been avoided. A. shouldn’t follow B. was following C. has been following D. mustn’t follow 27. To buy a pair of shoes fit for a long journey, the customer asked the shop assistant to bring out as many as 50 pairs . A. to choose B. to be chosen C. to choose from D. to be chosen from 28. While rescuing his sister trapped in the fire, the little boy showed courage and calmness. A. alternative B. considerable C. subjective D. favorable 29. Regulations require need special diets the cooking manager in advance. A. who; informs B. whom; informed C. whomever; inform D. whoever; inform 30. It was not until she took off her hat I recognized her, the most beautiful lady in my college. A. after B. that C. when D. before 31. Don’t be discouraged. Take things they are and you will enjoy every day of your life. A. where B. as C. when D. since 32. —I feel sleepy, John. —Would you like me to the driving for a while? A. pick up B. hold up C. look over D. take over 33. The plan was so shallow and impractical that no serious was ever made to realise it. A. practice B. purpose C. attempt D. behavior 34. Our bad living habits will destroy the earth. Only by changing we live can we save the earth. A. that B. what C. how D. where 35. — I’d rather have some wine, if you don’t mind. — . Don’t forget you must drive. A. Anything but that B. By all means C. Take it easy D. I won’t say no to this 第二节完形填空(共 20 题,每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文,从短文后个题所给的四个选项(A、B、C、D)中,选出可以 填入空白处的最佳选项。 A famous temple (which is also called Shaolin) in the center of China, Henan Province, has become a renowned cultural brand of Zhengzhou, the provincial capital. Wushu learning schools are booming in the area 36 the temple is located. The local government 37 these schools as a crucial part of local tourism 38 . The film Shaolin Temple is 39 in the world in the late 1980s, 40 thousands of wushu fans from home and 41 to learn and practice it in
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the temple. In 42 years some wushu masters have 43 various kinds of wushu learning schools there, hoping to 44 traditional Chinese culture. Some reporters call the place "the largest wushu village in the world." 45 there are 83 such schools around the temple, 46 50 thousand people have been enrolled. Shaolin Hepo Wushu Learning School, the second largest in Zhengzhou, possesses 47 6,500 trainees, 1,100 of them 48 foreigners. They can also choose to 49 compulsory education there, making them practice martial arts 50 learn knowledge. These schools 51 500 million yuan (US$63 million) in 2005. They give 8,000 martial arts performances every year, 52 300 thousand tourists. In the year 2006, the local government has decided to make these schools its key industry and planned 53 "a China's capital of martial arts" in the area. On the other hand , the local government is 54 with some different voices. Some tourists complain that more effective measures be taken to educate people to 55 better habit of protecting the environment of the temple. 36. A. which B. that C. where D. when 37. A. researches B. regards C . retells D. reforms 38 A. company B. firm C . agriculture D. industry 39. A. popular B. puzzled C. powerful D. refused 40. A. avoiding B.concentrating C. allowing D. attracting 41. A. broadcast B. broaden B. recently C. abroad C.nowadays C. bought C. protest C. Currently C. but C. add to C. were C. provide C. as well as C. owed C. drew D. board D. meanwhile D. invited D. promote D. Cautiously D. or else D. addition to D. having D. receive D. in brief D. invested D. appearing D. building D. faced D. form
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第三部分 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、D 四个选项中,选出最佳选项。 A A cold breeze was blowing across the Mutiusinazita valleys. I huddled close to the shelter of a large baobab tree in a useless attempt to escape the cold. I was looking after a small herd of goats in the valley. An idea suddenly came to me and I decided to embark on an adventure in the sacred forest and hunt, leaving my goats in the valley. I took my knobkerrie and small spear and entered the forest. For two hours I hunted and only managed to kill a small hare and two birds. I decided to check the goats. Suddenly there was a terrific roar from the heart of the forest which resulted in every living creature escaping for life like a group of frightened children. As for me, I just stood rooted to the spot on which I was standing. A lion appeared from the trees. I was too terrified to escape for life or fall down. I just defecated and urinated on myself(大 小便失禁) and my heart throbbed as if it was going to find its way out of my chest. The lion stopped a few meters from me and I realized that it was a frightened lion which had eluded death by the gun of hunters. Some of my courage reduced, the fear screamed like the historical mad-man of London. I closed my eyes and waited for the fate of being eaten. But nothing happened. I opened my eyes fearfully and stared at what the lion was doing in amazement. The lion was fleeing from me as if the devil were after it. My scream had frightened it. I took to my heels as if Satan himself was after me with an edged fork. I will never forget that “adventure”. 56. What do you think the author does according to the story? A. hunter B. shepherd boy C. adventurer D. wild animal protector 57. The underline phrase “embark on” in para.2 means . A. give in B. make up C. take off D. engage in 58. When I heard the roar, I . A. was brave enough to scream at it. B. was so frightened that I escaped at once C. was terrified and fell down to the ground. D. was too scared to move. 59. What can we know about the frightened lion? A. The lion let out a fear scream while fleeing. B. The lion was followed by the devil named Satan. C. The lion was scared by the illegal hunters. D. The lion ate all the goats in the valley. 60. We can infer from the passage that . A. I was lucky enough to survive this adventure. B. I took off my heels when I met with the lion. C. I witnessed the devil running after the lion. D. I killed a lion and two birds with a spear. B
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Not long ago, if you wanted a high-end smartphone, you had to sign an agreement with a major wireless carrier(运营商) and play by their rules. That meant multi-year service agreements, expensive monthly bills and new fees. Now, Verizon is forcing even more expensive shared data plans on new consumers, and AT&T is preparing to promote similar plans. Fortunately, these days you can avoid the big guys and still get some of the best smartphones with no agreement, and save money in the long run by paying a lower monthly bill. Here are three of the best phones you can get without a traditional $70-and-up monthly bill. They’re not the only low-cost options, but all three are also currently available on major wireless carriers at a higher monthly price. Consider these alternatives if you’re on an individual plan and want to save some cash: Unlocked Samsung Apple iPhone 4S (16 Samsung Galaxy S II Galaxy Nexus GB) with T-Mobile Value with Ting Plan with Virgin Mobile 4.5-inch display (800-by-480 r e s o l u t i 3.5-inch display 4.65-inch display o (960-by-640 (1280-by-720 n resolution), resolution), ) dual-core dual-core , Specs processor, processor, dual-core 8-megapixel 5-megapixel camera, p camera, 16 GB storage; r 16 GB storage; runs Android 4.1 o runs iOS 5 c e s s o r , 8-megapixel camera, 16 GB storage; runs Android 2.3
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Phone Price

$349

$435 (white model)

$650

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$45 per month for unlimited data (slowed down after 2 GB), 500 minutes, pay-per-text

Total Two-Year Cost

$1429 (Compare to $1830 on Verizon with 2GB of data and 450 minutes)

61. According to the passage, Mobile” are names of . A. new consumers B. expensive smartphones C. wireless carriers D. promoting plans 62. If you want a smartphone with a relatively bigger screen, you can choose . A. Apple iPhone 3 B. Unlocked Samsung Galaxy Nexus C. Samsung Galaxy S II D. Apple iPhone 4S 63. The three best phones are the same in many ways except . ①. the storage ②. the operation system ③. the resolution ④. the size of display ⑤.the mega pixel of camera ⑥. the processor A. ①②③⑥ B. ①③④⑤ C. ②③④⑤ D. ②③⑤⑥ 64. Which of the following statements is true? A. Unlimited text is accessible to anyone who gets a Samsung Galaxy S II with Ting. B. Both T-Mobile and Ting are raising the prices of smartphone fees. C. Samsung Galaxy S II is the best phone for it is the most expensive one. D. Of the three best phones Apple iPhone 4S’ phone price is the highest. 65. Which is the cheapest choice if you want to keep a smartphone for 4 years? A. Apple iPhone 4S with Virgin Mobile B. Samsung Galaxy S II with Ting C. Unlocked Samsung Galaxy Nexus with T-Mobile Value Plan

$35 per month for unlimited data $57 per month for 2 (slowed GB of data, 500 down after 2.5 GB), minutes, 300 pay-per-text minutes and (estimated) unlimited text $1,490 $1,803 (Compare to $2,020 (Compare to $2,020 on A on AT&T with 450 T&T with 450 minutes, unlimited minutes, data and text) unlimited data and text) we can know “Verizon” and “Virgin

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D. Apple iPhone 4S with AT&T C Even while in a deep sleep, people can still learn brand new information. Sleepers soak in new associations between smells and sounds, knowledge that lingers(逗留) into the next waking day, researchers report online August 26 in Nature Neuroscience. The new study is the first to show that entirely new information can get into the sleeping mind, says Anat Arzi of the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel. “The brain is not passive while you sleep. It’s quite active. You can do quite a lot of things while you are asleep.” But the results don’t mean that Spanish vocabulary tapes now have a place on the nightstand. Researchers have tried but largely failed to find evidence that complicated information, such as new pairs of words, can make its way into the brain during sleep. Instead of trying to teach people something complicated like a new language, Arzi and her colleagues relied on the sense of smell and hearing. As anyone who has walked by a dumpster(垃圾车) in July knows, smells can elicit a nose-jerk reaction. Catching a bad smell automatically makes people inhale(吸气)less, reducing the size of the inhale. But a scent of fresh bread causes a long, deep inhale. Arzi and her team took advantage of this reaction for their experiment. As people slept in the laboratory, the researchers delivered pleasant scent, such as shampoo. As this nice smell got into the sleepers’ noses, the researchers played a particular music. Later, a disgusting smell, such as rotten fish or carrion(腐肉), was paired with a different music. Neither the smell nor the sound woke people up. After just four exposures to the smell-music pair during a single night, the sleepers started to automatically respond to the tones without the accompanying smells, taking in bigger breaths when the shampoo-associated tone played and smaller breaths when played the sound linked to the rotten fish smell. This new learned association lingered into the next waking day, too. Even though the sleepers had no idea they had been exposed to smells or sounds, their behavior proved that their brain had actually learned something during sleep. As before, the shampoo sound stimulated a long, deep inhale, while the rotten fish tone caused more shallow breaths. 66. We can infer from the passage that . A. While sleeping, we can learn whatever we want to learn. B. We will increase the size of inhale if we catch a pleasant smell. C. The knowledge we learned while sleeping will be forgotten in the next waken day. D. when walking by a bakery, the fresh bread will cause a nose-jerk reaction.
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67. What is Paragraph 3 mainly about? A. One can’t acquire complicated knowledge during the sleeping hours. B. Spanish vocabulary tapes now have a place on the nightstand. C. Researchers have tried to find evidence that the new words can be learned during sleep. D. Complicated information can make its way into the brain during sleep. 68. How do Arzi and her team do their research? A. By giving instructions. B. By analyzing human brains. C. By following the guides of others. D. By doing experiments. 69. What’s the topic of this passage? A. Different tone signifies different meaning B. Arzi and her team learned the tones while sleep C. Brain still learns while you sleep D. Sleepers had no idea what they had learned 70. In which part of a website may this passage most likely appear? A. Culture B. Science C. History D. Economy D The Finnish and Russian governments, together with the Petrozavodsk Communal Utilities Systems (PKS) and a group of international financial institutions, have signed a EUR 32 million investment project, which is intended to finance the improvement of drinking water quality and the reduction of untreated wastewater being discharged into Lake Onega in northwestern Russia. The PKS is currently implementing(实施) an investment project, which is intended to improve drinking water quality and upgrade the wastewater treatment facilities in Petrozavodsk, which is situated on the western shores of Lake Onega. The investment project will finance recycling and dewatering of sludge(烂泥) generated in the drinking water plant and modernize the wastewater treatment plant by introducing a bio-chemical process. These measures are expected to result in an annual decrease of 60 tonnes of phosphorus (磷)discharges into Lake Onega. The setup of the investment project has been co-operated by the Nordic Environment Finance Corporation (NEFCO) that provides a EUR 4 million loan for the project. A loan from the Nordic Investment Bank (NIB) totals EUR 7 million. Other financing includes a EUR 5 million from the Northern Dimension Environmental Partnership (NDEP) and a EUR 2 million from the Finnish Ministry of the Environment. The contribution of Russia’s federal government, the government of the Republic of Karelia and the PKS amounts to EUR 14 million.
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The Barents Euro-Arctic Council (BEAC) has identified Petrozavodsk as one of the environmental hot spots in the region because of the lack of treatment of wastewater being discharged into Lake Onega, and the international Baltic Marine Environment Protection Commission (HELCOM) has been keen to promote investment in wastewater treatment infrastructure and facilities in the region. “Concrete cooperation between neighbours is the best solution to saving our waters. This may require time and effort from all the parties, but can also result in frameworks that can offer models for water management cooperation elsewhere”, says Mr. Ville, Finland’s Minister of the Environment. 71. What’s the purpose of the investment project? A. To forbid the discharging of wastewater into Lake Onega B. To finance the Finnish and Russian governments C. To offer finance to reduce the discharging of wastewater into Lake Onega D. To make the seawater suitable for drinking by local people 72. What does the underlined word “upgrade” in the second paragraph mean? A. improve B. develop C. abandon D. decrease 73. Which of the following organizations or governments does not invest the project? A. The Nordic Environment Finance Corporation (NEFCO) B. The Northern Dimension Environmental Partnership (NDEP) C. The government of the Republic of Karelia D. The Barents Euro-Arctic Council (BEAC) 74. Why has the BEAC identified Petrozavodsk as one of the environmental hot spots in the region? A. Because there is no treatment of wastewater being discharged into Lake Onga. B. Because the ways to treat wastewater being discharged into Lake Onega are far from enough. C. Because the location of Petrozavodsk is very significant in the Baltic Sea catchment area. D. Because Petrozavodsk is a city of some 270,000 inhabitants. 75. What’s the best title of the passage? A. The Finnish and Russian governments. B. A EUR 32 million investment project C. Water mangement cooperation elsewhere D. The Nordic Environment Finance Corporation

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答案 听力材料: (Text 1) M: Let’s go for a nice long walk into the country this morning. W: I’d love to, but I’m catching a cold. (Text 2) M: Have you bought your books yet? W: I got my English book, but the maths and history books were sold out. We don’t have a book for our music course. (Text 3) W: You won’t be able to get to the airport in time to catch that plane at six o’clock. M: I realize that now. I’ll have to get my ticket changed. (Text 4) M: I think we should replace that old typewriter. W: Why not the typist? (Text 5) M: I’ll go to Beijing to visit my uncle during the summer vacation. What about you? W: I’ll spend some time in the library reading some novels and see some of my friends. (Text 6) W: You hit my car! M: I’m not responsible! You stopped too suddenly! W: I didn’t stop too suddenly! You were following me too closely! M: If you hadn’t hit the brake so hard, none of this would have happened. W: A small child ran in front of my car! I had to stop suddenly. Anyway, the law states that if you hit a car from behind, you are responsible, no matter how quickly the car in front stops. M: I’m not paying for any damage. W: We’ll see about that when the police get here. M: The police? No! If I get one more ticket, I’ll lose my driver’s license! W: Well, that’s too bad. Maybe this will teach you not to follow so closely! (Text 7) M: Where to go? W: The Pacific Hotel on Granville Street. M: Have you just arrived in Canada? W: No, I’ve been here since last September. M: I guess you’re a student. W: Actually, I’m from China, and I’m on an educational tour. M: I see. By the way, when will you head for home?
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W: At the end of August. And what about you? Have you been driving a taxi very long? M: Only a couple of hours! W: Do you mean you’re just learning how to do this? M: Just a joke! This is a second job. I do this on weekends to earn a little money. We call it moonlighting. W: Moonlighting? I do this in China too. (After a few minutes) M: Here you are. The Pacific Hotel. The meter says $17.25. W: Here you are. Keep the change. (Text 8) W: Good evening, sir. I’m the Assistant Manager. M: Good evening. W: I’m afraid we’ve had a complaint from your neighbour about the noise. He’s trying to get some sleep as he has an early start tomorrow. I’m sure you understand. M: Oh, I see. W: Do you think it might be possible to ask your friends to be a little quieter? We do like to give our guests a chance of getting a good night’s sleep. It is well after eleven. M: Oh, I’m so sorry. I do apologize. I suppose we were talking rather loudly. It’s just that we’ve reached an important agreement. We were having a bit of celebration. W: I’m pleased to hear it. Shall I ask Room Service to bring you some coffee? M: No, that won’t be necessary. We were just about to pack up anyway. W: Thank you, sir, and good night to you. (Text 9) W: How come David is always so full of energy? M: He has a strange but highly effective way of sleeping. W: What is that? M: He takes a short sleep for an hour every six hours and has a total of four hours of sleep each day. W: Where did he get that strange idea? M: He read from a book which said that it was the best way for human beings and he believed it. W: How many hours do you sleep a day? M: I need at least seven hours. I once tried to follow David’s example but it never worked out for me. W: If I sleep during the day, I can never wake up. M: Not every one is David, I guess. (Text 10) There were three professors at the railway station. They were deep in conversation. The train had just moved, but they did not notice it. Then
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the guard shouted, “Take your seats, please!” The professors heard the guard and rushed for the train. Two of them got on the train before it moved. The third one was left behind. It was Professor Egghead. He looked sad. One of the professor’s students was at the station. He tried to comfort the professor. “It wasn’t bad, sir,” said the student, “two out of three caught the train. That’s quite good, you know.” “I know,” the professor said, “but it was my train. My friends only came to say goodbye.” 参考答案: 听力部分 1-5 BBACC 6-10 BCCBA 11-15 CBCAB 16-20 ACABC 单选部分 21-25 DCACB 26-30 BCBDB 31-35 BDCCA 完形填空 36-40 CBDAD 41-45 CABDC 46-50 ABBDC 51-55 ABCDD 阅读理解 56-60 BDDCA 61-65 CBCDA 66-70 BADCB 71-75 CADBB 阅读表达 76. Some expressions relating to chip / Chip and its expressions 77. get into 78. a chip might fall into your eye 79. talk about a person who is difficult to deal with/ warn against striking too high/ threat sb. suspected of wrongdoing/ play card games 80. a real chip 写作范文 One possible version Optimism is important in all aspects of our life. If you can change your mind from pessimism, you can change your life. Up to the beginning of Senior Grade Two, I did poorly in my English but I didn’t give in because I was always encouraged by both the people around me and myself. I kept practicing speaking, listening, reading and writing. When I was fed up with reading or writing, I usually entertained myself by reading some interesting English stories, jokes and humors or seeing English films. When I had some trouble in reciting or memorizing,
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I tried to amuse myself by playing word games or singing English songs. By this means, I always made myself cheerful and optimistic, full of splendid and colorful dreams of future. I kept practicing. Gradually, I made progress in my English. . Thanks to the optimism, I have become one of the top students in my class by now

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