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湖北省通城一中2013届高三第一次调考英语试题


第一部分:听力(共两节,满分 30 分)
做题时,先将答案划在试卷上。录音内容结束后,你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的答案 转涂到答题卡上。 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,并标在试题的相应位置。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。 例:How much is the shirt? A.19.5. B.9.15. C.9.18. 1. Where does the man want to go? A. A bank. B. A park. C. A bus stop. 2. When is Paul’s birthday party? A. July 11. B. July 12. C. July 13. 3. Where is the man going to spend his Christmas? A. In his brother’s. B. In his mother’s. C. In his sister’s. 4. How are the woman’s parents? A. They’re ill now. B. They’re seldom ill. C. They’re very healthy. 5. What’s the probable relationship between the speakers? A. Classmates. B. A couple. C. Colleagues. 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几个小题,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。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各个 小题,每小题 5 秒钟;听完后,各小题给出 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。 6. What does David like to do when he is online? A. To communicate with his friends. B. To look for something interesting. C. To look up some useful information. 7. What does the woman do? A. She is a worker. B. She is a researcher. C. She is a teacher. 听第 7 段材料,回答第 8 至 10 题。 8. Why does the woman turn to the man? A. Because she is not interested in English. B. Because she is not good at learning English. C. Because she has no time to do English exercises. 9. How does the woman usually learn English? A. By doing lots of exercises. B. By reading English novels. C. By remembering basic knowledge. 10. What does the man advise the woman to do? A. To change her learning method. B. To spend more time on English.
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C. To recite each text in her textbook. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 11 至 13 题。 11. Where does the conversation most probably take place? A. In a bar. B. In a store. C. In a restaurant. 12. Who does the man buy the fruit juice for? A. His wife. B. His son. C. His daughter. 13. How much is a kilo of apples? A. 30 yuan. B. 8 yuan. C. 16 yuan. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 14 至 17 题。 14. What’s the probable relationship between the two speakers? A. Doctor and patient. B. Employer and employee. C. Husband and wife. 15. What’s the woman’s attitude towards the man’s idea? A. Positive. B. Casual. C. Negative. 16. Why does the man think he should join the football team? A. Because he was a professional player. B. Because it is organized by his company. C. Because he used to play football very well. 17. What does the woman advise the man to do? A. Insist on his diet. B. Do more exercise. C. Join the football team. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 18 至 20 题。 18. When was Emperor Nero in power? A. Before 37 AD. B. After 68 AD. C. During the first century. 19. Around 1660,who owned most of the coffee shops in Paris? A. Italians. B. Americans. C. Frenchmen. 20. Who invented the hand-turned ice-cream freezer? A. Francesco. B. Nancy Johnson. C. Jacob Flusell.

第二部分:词汇知识运用(共两节,满分 30 分)
第一节:多项选择(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 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,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 21. At the APEC Summit held in Yokohama, Japan, Asia-Pacific leaders addressed _____ over global growth, regional economic development and emerging markets. A. concerns B. careers C. adaption D. recognition 22. As is known to us all, our Chinese government is now making every to stop the house price from growing too fast. A. effect B. effort C. measure D. performance 23.— Do you to her pessimistic view of the state of the economy? — Absolutely not.I think it is just on the rise. A.appeal B.oppose C.subscribe D.respond 24. Druy abuse is now a serious social problem, and some drug addicts turn to crime in order to their habit. A. develop B. reserve C. support D. form 25. There is growing unrest among the poor and the unemployed. The media points out that it’s the government that should have a lot to .
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A. answer for B. stand for C. go for D. care for 26. My friend and I planned the trip for a long time, but then her father fell ill, so I _____going alone. A. ended up B. kept up C. stayed up D. cheered up 27. Unemployment arises partly from overpopulation and if fines can't keep the rich from having more than one child, we should say that the regulation is not_____ A. efficient B. economic C. effective D. evident 28. I think you should go back to your plan, which is much more practical than the present one. A. opposite B. original C. abstract D. ridiculous 29. The man moved forward and looked over the edge, shrinking (缩) his shoulders. A. accurately B. unconsciously C. cautiously D. properly 30. , the growing lack of kindness is a social phenomenon that has caused great concern of society. A.As a consequence B.On the whole C.On the contrary D.In the meanwhile 第二节:完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 阅读下面短文,从短文后所给各题的四个选项(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。 After years of searching, the seeker was told to go to a cave, in which there was a well. “Ask the well what is 31 ”, he was advised. Having 32 the well, the seeker asked the question. From the 33 came the answer: “Go to the village crossroad: there you shall find what you are 34 .” The man ran to the crossroad, only to find three rather small 35 . One was selling pieces of metal, another sold wood, and thin wires were for sale in the third. 36 seemed to have much to do with the truth. Disappointed, the seeker returned to the well to 37 an explanation, but he was told only: “You will 38 in the future.” Angry about having been made fool of, the seeker 39 his wanderings in search of truth. As years went by, the 40 of his experience at the well 41 faded until one night, while he was walking in the moonlight, the sound of sitar (一种弦乐器) music 42 his heart. It was wonderful and it was played with great 43 . Deeply moved, the truth seeker felt drawn towards the player. He looked at the fingers dancing over the strings. He became 44 of the sitar itself. And then 45 he let out a cry of joyful recognition: the sitar was made out of wires and pieces of metal and wood just like those he had 46 seen in the three stores and had thought them to be without any particular significance. At last he understood the 47 of the well: we’ve already been given everything we need: our 48 is to assemble (装配) and use it in the proper way. Nothing is meaningful so long as we 49 only separate parts. But as soon as the parts 50 , a new entity (实体) will form. 31. A. fame B. life C. truth D. success 32. A. filled B. missed C. dug D. found 33. A. height B. depth C. north D. south 34. A. seeking B. learning C. losing D. gaining 35. A. entrances B. stations C. shops D. offices
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36. A. Everything 37. A. demand 38. A. improve 39. A. treasured 40. A. description 41. A. gradually 42. A. fixed 43. A. curiosity 44. A. proud 45. A. peacefully 46. A. once 47. A. goal 48. A. advice 49. A. finish 50. A. come together

B. Nothing B. offer B. grow B. ended B. memory B. immediately B. affected B. surprise B. afraid B. suddenly B. always B. use B. interest B. consider B. break down

C. Anything C. make C. understand C. started C. bravery C. quickly C. caught C. difficulty C. sick C. regularly C. never C. message C. dream C. change C. dry up

D. Something D. write D. forget D. continued D. pleasure D. unfortunately D. broke D. inspiration D. aware D. carefully D. also D. imagination D. task D. talk D. take over

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,从每篇短文后所给各题的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项, 并在答题卡上将该项涂黑 A “How’s the basketball coming on?” I put down my drink and looked across at the next table. Both the man and the woman were at least 65. I was curious—pensioners, as far as I know, don’t play a lot of basketball. "Oh, I'm not playing much basketball these days," the woman replied. "But I'm getting much better at golf - did a round in two under par last night." Last night? What's this, I thought - a floodlit golf course? I opened my packet of crisps, thoughtfully. "I'm still pretty hopeless at chess, I'm afraid," the man said. "It beat me on level one this morning." The penny dropped. These two were obviously the proud owners of video games. It's very likely that one of the consequences of the development of the silicon chip will be that a lot of people will have a lot more leisure time. It's equally likely that the chip will have a dramatic effect on how we spend that leisure time. It already has. Space invader machines are now a familiar sight in pubs, coffee bars, takeaway restaurants—even police stations. A lot of people play them, and some, particularly schoolchildren, get remarkably high scores. How, one wonders, do they find the time (and money) to become so good? If you have your own home video set, the possibilities are endless. You can play football, tennis, golf, basketball, tenpin bowling and other active sports without stepping out of your living room. Without even moving. You can become an expert at chess or backgammon without ever playing another human being. Indeed, human beings aren't needed at all: there is already an annual computer chess championship —computer against computer. So, what of the future? Will we see gangs of schoolchildren robbing old ladies for the money to feed space invader machines? Will football grounds lie empty as families sit at home round the TV playing video football, or watching the national video football championship?
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51.What does the passage mainly talk about? A.How to spend our leisure time. B.The old people’s new trend. C.How silicon chips help video games. D.Video games’ effects on our life. 52.What does the underlined part “The penny dropped”(in Paragraph5)probably mean? A.Too much was wasted. B.I finally understood. C.A penny was saved. D.Every penny counted. 53.We can know from Paragraph 6 that video games . A.are very popular with people B.are the best way to kill time C.are improving our living conditions D.will enter every family before long 54.We can know from the last paragraph the author . A.worries about human beings’ future B.would play more video games C.doesn’t like playing video games D.is sure of the future of video games B Although new laws have been passed in some American states to cut down on Distracted(分 心的) driving , many accidents and deaths were still related with it, especially using cell phones while driving.Recently the Obama administration is considering disabling cell phones in cars aiming to cut down cell-phone-related road deaths. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood, the nation's anti-distracted-driving supporter, said in an interview on November 18 that federal officials are looking at technology to disable cell phones inside cars. "I think it will be done," LaHood said."I think the technology is there and I think you're going to see the technology become adaptable in automobiles to disable these cell phones- We need to do a lot more if we were going to save lives." Also on Thursday, the transportation government started a new "Faces of Distracted Driving" video campaign that features people who have been killed or lost their loved ones because of inattentive drivers.The video features heartbreaking stories of children killed, in crashes because of phoning or text messaging, and new videos are expected to be added every few weeks. A driver is four times more likely to crash while using a mobile phone.More than 5,500 people were killed last year by distracted drivers, and another 500,000 were injured.LaHood has said it is never safe to talk on a cell phone while driving, hands-free or not, because it can really cause distraction. Incidentally, a lot of people seem to agree with this viewpoint—a new research shows nearly two-thirds of Americans support a national ban on the use of cell phones while driving, even if the driver is using a hands-free device(装置) .But the research didn't ask how people feel about government-issued mobile phone scramblers or other disabling devices. 55.We can learn from the text that Ray LaHood _____. A.is in charge of the invention of the technology B.is strongly for the use of the technology in cars C.thinks it's easy and practical to invent the technology D.thinks it's unnecessary to use cell phone while driving 56.The "Faces of Distracted Driving" video campaign aims to _____. A.find out the real drivers who caused the accidents B.show that most of the victims in car crashes are children
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C.make the public aware of the terrible results of distracted driving D.call on drivers to buy the new device which disables cell phones in cars 57.In the last paragraph, the "mobile phone scramblers" are probably _____. A.a kind of disabling devices B.a kind of hands-free devices C.a new kind of cell phones D.new devices to help text messaging 58.We can infer from me text that _____. A.most people realize the harmfulness of distracted driving B.the disabling devices in cars will be widely used if it is free C.most people would like to choose hands-free devices while driving D.the writer is not sure whether disabling devices will be accepted by the drivers C The Homeless World Cup is an international football tournament, where teams made up entirely of people who are homeless compete.The event has been held annually since 2003. It was at the end of 2001 that Mel Young, a famous expert in the media industry, came up with the idea of the Homeless World Cup. months later the first event took place in Austria. It 18 was such a success that people decided to do more. There are some interesting and special rules of the event.For example, players(male or female at least 16 years old) must have been homeless at some time after the previous-year's World Cup, or make their main living income by selling newspapers in the street, or be asylum (政治避难) seekers.Anyone can take part, regardless of his or her abilities. There are at most 4 players per team to compete in the field.Games are 14 minutes long. In 2007, 48 nations, 500 players took a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to represent their countries for true spirit and glory in Copenhagen, Denmark . The winner in 2007 was Scotland.The 2008 Homeless World Cup took place in Melbourne, Australia.And in 2009 it was held in Milan.The latest Homeless World Cup was held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in September 2010. Paris 2011 Homeless World Cup.takes place August followed by the Mexico City 2012 Homeless World Cup. The success of the competition has been in two aspects—to attract the world's attention to the problems of homelessness and also to help participants live a better life. According to a survey by the Homeless World Cup Organization after 2006 Homeless World Cup, 92% of the players had a new motivation for life, 93 players successfully got rid of their dependency on drugs and alcohol, 44% improved their housing situation and 72% continued to play football. 59.According to the passage, which of the following is TRUE? A.The first Homeless World Cup took place in 2003. B.The Homeless World Cup was held every other year. C.The host country of the 9th Homeless World Cup was Australia. D.Anyone who is homeless can take part in the Homeless World Cup. 60.The aim of the Homeless World Cup is to _____. A.promote the cause of football B.help the homeless live a better life
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C.draw attention to those living in poverty D.call on homeless people to unite and compete for honor 61.What can we learn from the last paragraph? A.Most players moved out of poverty. B.Homeless players became professional footballers. C.93% of the players were independent of drugs and alcohol. D.The Homeless World Cup helped homeless people change their lives. 62.What would be the best title for this passage? A.To End Homelessness. B.Football for Everyone. C.Hope for the Homeless Players. D.Beating Homelessness Through Football. D Should ecigarettes (electronic cigarettes) be a new choice for the smokers trying to get rid of the habit? Reactions from Americans are mixed.More than half of the people questioned in a survey think ecigarettes should be controlled by the US Food and Drug Administration,but 47 percent believe the ecigarettes should be available to the smokers who want to quit. “In the hunt for a safer cigarette,ecigarettes are becoming a popular choice among those either trying to quit or looking to replace standard tobacco smoke with an alternative that manufacturers claim to be safer,” Zogby International,which conducted the survey,said in a statement. About half of the 4,611 adults who took part in the survey had heard about ecigarettes, which are batterypowered , or rechargeable cigarettes that vaporize a liquid nicotine solution.They do not produce smoke but a water vapor without smell.Sold mostly on the Internet,ecigarettes were first made in China. Last year the World Health Organization (WHO) warned against using ecigarettes,saying there was no evidence to prove they were safe or helped smokers break the habit.The WHO said people who smoke ecigarettes breathe in a fine fog of nicotine into the lungs. Nearly a third of people questioned in the survey think that ecigarettes should be allowed in places where smoking is forbidden , because they don’t produce smoke , but 46 percent disagree.Men who were aware of the availability of ecigarettes were more likely than women to say they should be a choice available to smokers who want to quit.Young people,aged 18-29, and singles were the groups most open to trying ecigarettes.Smoking is the single largest cause of preventable death worldwide,according to the WHO. 63.What can we learn from Paragraph 1? A.American smokers ought to try ecigarettes. B.Americans have different opinions about ecigarettes. C.Every kind of cigarettes should be forbidden in America. D.Most of the Americans don’t like e?cigarettes. 64.According to Zogby International,ecigarettes ______. A.are much safer than common cigarettes B.are popular among people who want to quit smoking C.will take the place of traditional cigarettes D.are produced in a safer way by manufacturers 65.What do we know about ecigarettes from the passage? A.Most Americans are familiar with them. B.They are a good choice as there is no nicotine. C.They produce a water vapor that can’t be seen.
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D.Most people buy them on the Internet. 66.What’s the attitude of the WHO towards e?cigarettes? A.Negative B.Supportive C.Doubtful

D.Indifferent

E I used to like them—honest. We'd have lunch, talk on the phone or exchange e-mails, and they all seemed normal enough. Then came Facebook,and I was introduced to a sad fact: Many of my friends have dark side that they had kept from me. Sure, there were times these dark sides would surface—after too many drinks, say—but apologies and denials(否认)would follow, and all seemed healthy... or at least acceptable. Today my friends trumpet the more unpleasant aspects of their personalities via Facebook status updates. They're thrown in my face like TV commercials—unavoidable and endless advertisements for the worst aspects of their personalities. Take Andy. You won't find a smarter CEO anywhere, but in tough economic times, he's a CEO without a company to run. So he plays Mafia Wars on Facebook. He's doing well-level 731, whatever that means. And thanks to Facebook and his status updates, I know he's playing about 18 hours a day. Andy, you've run four companies-and this is how you spend your downtime? What happened to golf? What happened to getting another job? And then there's Liz. She is positive the H l N l vaccine will kill us all and that we should avoid it. Chris likes to post at least 20 times a day on every site he can find, so I get to read his thoughts twice, once on Facebook and once on Twitter. In real life, I don't see these sides of people. Face-to-face, my friends edit themselves, showing me their best. They're nice, smart people. Whereas face-to-Facebook, my friends are like a blind date gone horribly wrong, one in which you sit there listening while the person on the other side of the table talks on and on, pretty much forgetting you exist and not always making the best impression. I'm left with a problem. Who is my real friend? Is it the Liz I have lunch with... or the anti-vaccine madman on Facebook? Is it the Fred I can grab a sandwich with... or the Fred who weeps if he's at a party and the wine isn't up to his standards? I know too much about them. And what do they think of me? The guy who lurks(潜伏) online, afraid to reveal the simplest fact about himself while judging others and making fun of their comments? I probably don't seem like much of a prize either. 67. What made the author change his opinions of his friends? A. Their secrets on Facebook being exposed. B. The changes to his friends. C. The comments they made online. D. The “dark sides" his friends show online. 68. From Andy's status updates, we can see that he seems to be______. A. as active and ambitious online as he is in real life B. ready to join the army and fight in wars C. desperate and escaping from reality D. exactly what the author expects of him 69. The author compared his friends to a blind date gone terribly wrong to show______. A. his disappointment at seeing his friends' real selves
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B. his curiosity about other aspects of his friends' lives C. his expectation that they would improve D. his pleasure in discovering the “dark sides" to his friends' characters 70. We can tell from the article that the author______. A. is against showing one's true self online B. is confused about what kind of people his friends really are C. knows too many secrets about his friends to stay friendly with them D. hates people who constantly update their status online

第四部分:书面表达(共两节,满分 50 分)
第一节:完成句子(共 10 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 20 分) 阅读下列各小题,根据括号内的汉语提示,用句末括号内的英语单词完成句子,并将 答案写在答题卡上的相应题号后。 71. In the past, only in country areas to believe that boys were smarter than girls, which was great prejudice against girls. (tend) 过去,只有在乡下地区,人们往往相信男孩比女孩聪明,这是对女孩的极大歧视。 72. What we were angry with was that they kept back most of the books, which the children in a rural school. (intend) 令我们生气的是,他们扣下了大部分的书,而这些书本来是给农村地区孩子的。 73. Word came from the earthquake-hit area in new houses. But they face difficult challenges associated with the need to find work. (settle) 发生地震的地区传来消息:人们已在他们的新房子里安定下来了。但是,他们面临着与 他们需要找工作有关的很难挑战。 74. Entering the Oval Office, I found Bill Clinton and writing something. (seat) 走进椭圆形办公室,我发现克林顿坐在桌子旁,正在写着什么。 75. It was 8 o’clock at night what seemingly used to be a school. (arrive) 我们到达好像过去是个学校的地方的时候是晚上八点钟。 76. her husband to support the family for years, she is afraid to go out to work. (rely) 因为依靠她丈夫的支持很多年了,她不敢去工作。 77. _________________ that I hadn’t visited my grandmother for a long time. (occur) 我突然想到我已经很久没有去看我的祖母了。 78. In my opinion, these English stories are very interesting and .(worth) 在我看来,这些英语故事很有趣,而且很值得一看。 79. Those who failed to get in needn’t have felt disappointed, as many of the artists who did not come. (appear) 那些没有进来的人不必感到失望,因为很多本应该出现的艺术家没有来。 80. Noisy as it is, he is reading attentively as if . (happen) 虽然很吵,她还在专心看书,好像没事在发生。 第二节:短文写作(共 1 题;满分 30 分) 请根据以下提示,结合你自己的理解,以“Challenges and opportunities”为题用英语写 一篇短文。 Usually in the middle of challenges lies an opportunity. A challenge is an opportunity to
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prove your ability to yourself, and others. 注意:①除诗歌外,文体不限; ②必须结合生活中一个实例; ③文中不得透漏个人姓名和学校名称; ④词数为 120 左右。

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