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山东省文登市2014届高三上学期期中统考英语试题 Word版含答案

高三质量检测

英 语
2013.11

本试卷分第 I 卷和第 II 卷两部分,共 12 页。满分 150 分。考试用时 120 分钟。考试结 束后,将本试卷答题卡交回。 第 I 卷(共 95 分) 第一部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分 45 分) 第一节: 语法和词汇知识(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中选出可填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 1. In fact, you can easily fake up an excuse to ________ going out with him. A. manage 2. ---You look excited! ---I ________ the expensive dictionary that I left in the library yesterday. A. am finding 3. B. found C. have found D. had found B. avoid C. arrange D. refuse

Anyone ________ bags, boxes, or whatever, was stopped by the police in Egypt. A. seen carry B. saw to carry C. seen carrying D. saw carrying

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The new president spoke at the APEC meeting for nearly an hour without ________ his notes. A. bringing up B. looking for C. trying on D. referring to

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The only way she thought of ________ money was to sell her Olympic gold. A. got B. getting C. to get D. get He’ll never forget his stay in the park ________ he found his cellphone which had gone missing days before. A. that B. when C. where D. which He’s been sitting there in the restaurant for more than an hour, not making any trouble ________ anything either. A. and not order C. but not ordering B. but not to order D. and didn’t order

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I’ve promised my daughter to go to Beijing with her, but I have to ________ because the meeting. A. take it up B. make it up C. give it up D. put it off

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Visitors to Wendeng City are usually ________ by the great number of bridges. A. drawn B. struck C. pushed D. rushed

10. ---I’d like to go to the movie with you, Dad.

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---Sorry, my son, but only the grown-ups are ________ into the cinema. A. required B. intended C. supposed D. admitted

11. While previewing his lessons, the little boy will make a question mark ________ there is a question. A. where B. when C. because D. which

12. It is the only one of the most exciting movies ________ been shown this year. A. that has B. that have C. which has D. which have

13. Come and see me whenever ______. A. you are convenient C. it is convenient to you B. you will be convenient D. it will be convenient to you

14. It was getting dark; I found a car _____ in a pool by the side of the road. A. to be stuck B. stuck C. sticking D. stick

15. Those young men were ________ by the police with making trouble in the neighbourhood. A. charged B. blamed C. scolded D. accused 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。 Kids have their own ideas about money---some are sensible and others are not so wise. Twelve-year-old Amanda thinks it’s “ so you can 17 other things”. 18 19 16 to save and not blow your money right away

When it comes to credit cards, eight-year-old Jeremie says when the monthly comes in “ you sign it and then you give it back” ---leaving out the part about actually it. These kids are about 21

20 far away from the working world, but the ideas they’re forming

could affect how much they save, how they use credit cards and how much debt

they finally take on in later life. High school business teacher Jeff Balch said his students had 22 knowledge about 23 talks to them money other than spending. “ They don’t know most things because

about them---as in their parents,” said Balch, “The discussions tend to be in terms of kids 24 too much money, but no one tells them why, where their money goes. Mitch Murphy said students’ message to the task force was to “ make it be difficult to have a 14-or 15-year-old student get too 25 ”. “ It may 26 about retirement planning, ”

Murphy said, “ But if you want to talk about a cellphone contract or a debt card,they will be engaged in.” Murphy said learning financial literacy (能力) 27, well 28 getting into the work force, should stay with Canadians for life and 29 the country as a result.

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Sandra Martin said children can start learning about money when they learn to

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“ Sit down with the flyers and look at how much things cost,” Martin said. Babysitting and birthday money could be 31 and there would be a(n) 32 as to how much could be

debited(借) every month, she said. “ The reality is that we’re not spending with cash anymore. If you’re always in that’s 34.” Balch said he tries to make his students realize the differences between needs, wants and priorities(优先权). If they haven’t learned self-control and if they haven’t learned how to 35 money, they can easily spiral(螺旋上升) out of control. 16. A. good 17. A. sell 18. A. material 19. A. paying 20. A. already 21. A. belief 22. A. much 23. A. everybody 24. A. spending 25. A. amazing 26. A. disappointed 27. A. correctly 28. A. before 29. A. benefit 30. A. cook 31. A. stood 32. A. attitude 33. A. search 34. A. important 35. A. borrow B. difficult B. exchange B. bill B. replacing B. still B. part B. more B. somebody B. costing B. real B. skeptical B. early B. after B. bother B. trade B. banned B. conclusion B. control B. formal B. lend C. easy C. buy C. catalogue C. recycling C. even C. discipline C. little C. anybody C. taking C. active C. enthusiastic C. late C. when C. contact C. count C. displayed C. limit C. need C. scientific C. increase D. hard D. involve D. figure D. adopting D. almost D. money D. many D. nobody D. sparing D. legal D. fortunate D. patiently D. while D. educate D. paint D. deposited D. data D. place D. independent D. handle 33 of your child’s money, then they’re never going to learn what it means to save for something

第二部分 阅读理解(共 25 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 50 分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中选出最佳选项,并在答题 卡上将该项涂黑。 A When asked to point out one or two things that are most important to themselves, many put friends ahead of homes, jobs, clothes and cars.

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A true friendship carries a long history of experience that determines who we are and keeps us connected. It is a treasure we should protect. Unfortunately, the better friends you are, the more probably you’ll have disagreements. And the result can be what you don’t want ---an end to the relationship. The good news is that most troubled friendships can be mended. First, don’t let your pride get in your way. Most of us can forgive each other when differences are brought out in the open. Second, apologize when your’re wrong---even if you’ve been wronged. Over the course of a friendship, even the best people make mistakes. Sometimes, it may be best if the wronged person takes the lead and apologizes. When you apologize, give your friend a chance to admit that he has been wrong also. Third, see things from your friend’s point of view. And finally, accept that friendships change as our needs and lifestyle change. Making friends can sometimes seem easy. The hard part is keeping the connections strong during the natural ups and downs that have an effect on all relationships. My suggestion: consider friendship an honour and a gift, and worth the effort to treasure and nurture. 36. What is likely to happen if you have disagreements with your friends? A. An end to the friendships. C. Quarrelling with each other. B. Getting experience for the later life. D. Sitting down and have a talk.

37. The author wrote the article mainly to tell us ________. A. how to make friends C. what is a true friendship B. the benefits of making friends D. how to mend a troubled friendship

38. The underlined word “nurture” probably means ________. A. mend B. develop C. keep D. accept

39. What causes the change of friendships? A. Our characters. C. Our living habits. B. Our hobbies. D. Our needs and lifestyle.

40. Which of the following is True according to the passage? A. A true friend can never have a disagreement with each other. B. Most troubled friendships can be mended. C. You don’t need to apologize when you know you are wronged. D. Friends are more important than jobs, homes and cars. B Ceaseless technology. A punishing workweek. That to –do list that keeps multiplying. It is no wonder many of us find it difficult to have a sufficient amount of sleep. But will sleeping more on the weekend make up for hours of lost snoozing (小睡)? One sleep expert, W. Christopher Winter raised the question. Sleeping binge

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Getting eight hours of shut-eye each night is generally recommended, but many people don’t. As the week rolls from Monday to Friday, they accumulate a sleep debt. Spending a few extra hours in bed on a Saturday morning, people assume, will help them “ catch up” on lost sleep. They’re likely right, “ Nobody knows how long the horizon is, probably a few nights, but studies show that recovery sleep in the short term does work,” says Dr. Winter, a member of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. Sleep banking Recent data suggests that banking sleep in advance of a long night can actually offset (补偿) upcoming sleep deprivation(丧失). If you knew you were going to have to stay up all night on a particular day, for example, you could sleep for 10 hours a day for multiple days before the event, and be fine, Dr. Winter says. Just plan ahead. Routine (惯例的)naps A scheduled nap is healthier than catching up on or banking sleep. “ Because sleep extension can make you feel groggy (昏昏沉沉), I always recommend a short nap [if a person feels they need it ], at the same time, every day,” says Dr. Winter. He adds that 25 minutes is ideal. “ When you schedule a short nap, your body anticipates it and slows down, without falling into a deep dream sleep,” he says. That refreshing, scheduled break is better than an occasional weekend lie-in. “ The body likes routine,” he says, “ When it’s prepared, it works more efficiently.” 41. From Monday to Friday, many people _________. A. accumulate a sleep debt C. work hard to achieve their goals B. have no time to sleep D. have to stay up all nights

42. Research shows that in the short term________. A. a nap have no effect on work C. recovery sleep does work B. a nap have effect on work D. recovery sleep doesn’t work

43. If a soccer fan wants to stay up all night to watch two World Cup semi-finals, it may help if ________. A. he keeps taking a nap for a week C. he keeps sleeping for 2 days B. he sleeps for 8 hours a day for days D. he banks sleep in advance

44. What is better than banking sleep, according to Dr. Winter? A. Sleeping binge C. Scheduled naps 45. What would be the best title for the passage? A. Sleep Matters C. Advantage of Routine Naps C B. Disadvantage of Sleeping Binge D. How to Sleep Well B. Recovery sleep D. Sleep extension

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Is It OK to Snap (拍照) Your Food? Have you ever taken a snap of a luxurious cake or photographed a juicy steak when you eat in restaurants? You may want to share what you eat with your friends or just post part of your daily life onto the Internet. However, such action may be very annoying(讨厌的) to other diners, or even to chefs and restaurant owners. Currently, more and more people begin to consider “ foodstagramming” as very silly and a bad manner. In many restaurants, diners complain of being blinded by flasher(闪光灯), snapped without their permission and disturbed by people climbing on to chairs for a better angle. Even chefs and restaurant owners are annoyed at food photography. A Michelin-starred(米 其林星级) chef said, “It’s hard to build a memorable evening when flashes are flying every six minutes.” At the start of 2013, the debate on whether it is OK to take photographs of your food in restaurants seemed to swing (摇摆) towards a definite “no.” According to several chefs in New York City, some restaurants there have started banning customers from taking photos of their food. Policies around the ban of food photography vary from restaurant to restaurant, ranging from restrictions on using a flash to outright(完全的) bans. If other restaurants follow such policies, it may signal the death of “ foodstagramming”. Nevertheless, instead of banning food photography, some restaurants are offering food photography courses. In Spain, the restaurant group Grupo Gourmet has started running a “ Fotografia para foodies” course to instruct its customers to better take food pictures. The course teaches customers to take photos in a proper way without disturbing other dinners, such as never use a flash. 46. Who are annoyed with food photography in restaurants? A. Restaurant owners. C. Chefs. B. Other diners. D. The above all.

47. What did some New York restaurants do about food photography? A. They started to ban customers from taking photos of their food. B. They had no idea about taking photos for the profits. C. They wanted to talk with some customers. D. They decided to learn from Spain. 48. What did the Spanish restaurant group do about food photography? A. It told the customers when to take food pictures. B. It asked the customers to pay for taking food pictures. C. It ran a course to instruct customers to better take food pictures. D. It also prevented the customers from taking food pictures. 49. What is foodstagramming?

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A. It’s a popular practice where diners take photos of their meals and share them online. B. It’s a popular practice where dinners take photos of their meals and sells to others. C. It’s a habit that people take photos when they eat. D. It’s an idea how to take photos of their meals. 50. Which of the following is True? A. Customers in America like others to use flashes when they eat. B. Restaurants in Spain think of a methord to meet people’s need. C. American government is discussing the problem of foodstagramming. D. People in China are trying to think of an idea to deal with the problem. D The island of Great Britain being small (compare the size of Australia), the natural place for holiday relaxation and enjoyment is extensive coastline, above all its southern and eastern coasts, and the favorite resort of the mass-population of industrial Lancashire, is on the north-west coast. Distant and little-inhabited area like Northern Scotland, are too remote for the development of large seaside resorts. For most children, going to the seaside suggests a week or fortnight of freedom on the beach, ideally a sandy one providing enough opportunities for the construction of sandcastle, fishing in pool, paddling in shallow water or swimming in deep water. Their parents spend sunny days swimming in the sea and sunbathing on the beach. Not that the British sun can be relied on and the depressing sight of families wandering round the town in old –fashioned and under umbrellas is only too common. However, there are always shops with their tourist souvenirs, plenty of cafes and if the worst comes to the worst, the cinema to offer a refuge. The average family is unlikely to seek accommodation in a hotel as they can stay more cheaply in a boarding-house. There are usually three or four-storeyed Victorian buildings, whose owners spend the summer season letting rooms to a number of couples or families and providing three cooked meals a day at what they describe as a reasonable price, with the hope that in this way they will add enough to their savings to see the winter through. Otherwise there are the camping sites for those who prefer self-catering. Nowadays, even when an increasing number of people fly off to Mediterranean resorts where a well-developed suntan (晒黑) can be assured, or explore in comfort Swiss lakes and mountains or romantic Italian or Spanish cities, the British seaside is still the main attraction for families, especially those with younger children. As they queue for boats trips, cups of tea or ice-cream under gray skies and in dizzling rain, the parents are reliving (重温) their own childhood when time seemed endless, their own sandcastles the most splendid on the beach, the sea always blue and friendly and the sun always hot.

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51. Children enjoy the seaside because ________. A. their parents can live and play with them B. they can buy what they want there C. there are a variety of enjoyable ways of spending time there D. they can learn how to build sandcastles, how to swim, etc. 52. The reason suggested for running a boarding-house is that ________. A. people can live as where they live at home B. people can cook what they are favorite C. the owners provide three cooked meals a day at a reasonable price D. the resulting additional income will ensure a living for several months 53. Many parents once played on the British beach and ________. A. still have their happy memories of it B. don’t want to have a holiday there C. don’t want to take their children to have a holiday there. D. want to build their own sandcastles the most splendid on the beach again 54. Nowadays more and more people fly off to Mediterranean resorts for ________. A. an exploration of lakes in comfort C. a well-equipped boarding-house B. a well-developed suntan D. a romantic party

55. Which of the following is True according to the passage? A. It is suggested that as a form of holiday entertainment the cinema is the best place to go in bad weather. B. A reason suggested in the first paragraph for the appeal of the English seaside is that it is an ideal place for children. C. Northern Scotland is little-inhabited and remote. D. Few people in Britain go abroad for holiday relaxation and enjoyment. E When Sally Ride was ten years old, she had no idea that she would some day grow up to be one of America’s first woman astronauts. In fact, if you had asked her then what wanted to be, she would have said, “ I want to play shortstop for the Los Angeles Dodgers.” Sally collected baseball cards by the boxful, and she knew the name and batting average (击球 率)of every player in the National League. But major league baseball didn’t seem much of a possibility for a girl, even an athletic one like Sally, so her father and mother talked her into taking tennis lessons when she was twelve. At first she hated to trade in her baseball bat for a tennis racket, but it wasn’t long before she started to win tournaments in her new sport. “ Tennis became much more fun when I started winning,” Sally remembers. Soon a row of trophies (奖牌)replaced her box of baseball cards, and tennis star Billie Jean King replaced Dodger shortstop Maury Wills as

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her sports idol. Sally first became interested in the space program in 1962 when astronaut John Glenn orbited the earth in his Mercury space capsule. Sally was ten years old at the time, but she remembers the launch and the splashdown (掉落) as if they happened yesterday. The girl who used to memorize batting averages became a space fan. She quickly learned the name of every NASA astronaut(there were only eight of them in 1962), the date of every launch, and the name and number of every spacecraft from Freedom 7 to Skylab 3. She could tell you the speed of light (186,300 miles per second), the distance to the moon (238,860 miles), and the names of the three nearest stars( the Sun, Alpha Centauri, and Barnard’s Star). By the time she was sixteen, Sally had decided to become an astrophysicist, a scientist who studies space. She had also become a nationally ranked tennis player. She remembers yawning (打哈欠) through an important tennis match on June 20, 1969, after staying up all night to watch Neil Armstrong’s first steps on the moon. Sally lost the match. As Sally got older, many of her friends started playing professional tennis. Some of them tried to talk her into quitting school to join them on the professional tennis circuit. But Sally said no. “ Black holes are more interesting to me than backhands,” she told them. Now she knows that she made the right choice, but in 1970 Sally had no way of knowing that NASA would open the space program to women. 56. At the age of twelve, Sally Ride ________. A. was interested in playing tennis C. began to become interested in space B. was persuaded into taking tennis training D. decided to become an astrophysicist

57. Sally Ride lost the match on June, 1969 just because________. A. she was tired B. she couldn’t decide whether to be an astrophysicist C. she couldn’t decide whether to take part in a professional tennis circuit D. she wasn’t interested in tennis 58. From the story we know that Sally ________. A. had been a professional baseball player B. had never been a professional player C. had never been a woman astrophysicist D. wasn’t interested in space program 59. A capsule is ________. A. the name of the neareast star B. a place where the American astronauts and the crew work C. a place where astronauts and the crew are trained D. a container of the crew and astronauts detached(分离) from a rocket 60. Which of the following is True according to the passage?

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A. According to the story, Sally Ride is a woman astrophysicist. B. The ambition of becoming a woman astronaut was made in Sally’s childhood. C. Freedom 7 and Skylab 3 are the names of the nearest stars. D. Sally didn’t quit her schooling at the time as she knew sooner or later NASA would hire woman astronaut. 第 II 卷(共 55 分) 第三部分 第一节 书面表达(共三节,满分 55 分) 阅读表达(共 5 小题;每小题 3 分,满分 15 分)

阅读下面短文并回答问题,然后将答案写到答题卡相应的位置上(请注意问题后的词 数要求) 。 [1] My high school, like many others, was extremely competitive not only in sports but also in academic subjects. The pressure of trying to get excellent grades while joining in extra-curricular activities could be great. Sometimes it seemed like I lived at school! When I was at home my time was spent doing homework. Some days I was so busy finishing a project that I could hardly see my families. [2] I have a brother and a sister named Sally. She was nine years old. We used to see each other, but after I graduated from the primary school she attended, I saw her less and less. I tried to go to her gymnastic meets and soccer games, but I had my own play rehearsals (排练)and meetings. [3] Then one day I came home, an empty house and I found a note from my mom. She was at my brother’s baseball game. However my sister was at her friend’s, and would be dropped off. [4] At five o’clock I went to turn on the light on the front porch and saw my sister walking towards the door with her friend and her friend’s father. I heard them talking. [5] “Is anyone at home?” the father asked. [6] “Just my mean elder sister, Sara, and she’s probably in her room as usual,” my sister replied. I couldn’t believe it. I didn’t even know who this man and my sister was making me sound like one of Cinderella’s wicked (可恶的)stepsisters. I opened the door, thanked the father for _______________, then shut the door and started to cry. [7] To make a long story short, a huge fight followed that ended with me driving my sister to her room. But I realized that what was worse than the fight was that I really hadn’t been a good elder sister. [8] I had lost track (路线,方向)of what was important, and what really mattered. I had been fallen into a whirlpool(漩涡)of pressure and competition, and it took my sister’s honest observation to show me that the grades I got didn’t matter to everyone---certainly not to her. All that matters to her is that I’m her elder sister, and that’s what matters to me, too.

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61. What is the main idea of Paragraph 1? ( no more than 10 words ) 62. Fill in the blank in Paragraph 6 with proper words. ( no more than 5 words ) 63. Explain the underlined sentence in Paragraph 3. 64. How did Sally think of her sister? ( no more than 10 words ) 65. What lesson did Sara learn from her sister in the last paragraph? ( no more than 10 words ) 第二节 情景作文(共 15 分) 请你根据下面图画写一篇短文,描述其图画内容并简要谈谈你的看法。 注意:词数不超过 60。

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开放作文(共 25 分)

假设你是新华中学的学生李华,你的英国朋友 Tom 是英国孔子学院的学生。因为他对 中国的文化非常感兴趣,所以与你约好今年到中国来过春节。 虽然你原打算邀请他到你家 过春节,并作他的解说员与向导,但是你因有事而不能陪同。请根据以下要点给他写封信: 1. 表示歉意; 2. 失约的原因; 3. 你的建议与想法(到北京、到民俗村或到你朋友家等) 。 注意:1. 词数:100-120; 2. 可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。 Dear Tom, Yours, Li Hua

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高三质量检测
英语参考答案与评分说明
13.11 第 I 卷 共 95 分 第一部分 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) 01-05 BCCDC 06-10 BCDBD 11-15 AACBA
第二节 完形填空 (共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分)

16-20 ACBAB 21-25 DCDAB 26-30 CBAAC 31-35 DCBAD 第二部分 阅读理解(共 25 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 50 分)

36-40 ADBDB 41-45 ACDCA 46-50 DACAB 51-55 CDABC 56-60 BABDA 第 II 卷 共 55 分 第三部分:书面表达(共三节,满分 55 分) 第一节 阅读表达(共 5 小题;每小题 3 分,满分 15 分)

61. Sara had little time to communicate with her families. 62. bringing her home 63. However my sister was at her friend’s family and would be sent back home.
64. She only cared about her own things. 65. Love from family members is what really matters. 第二节 情景作文 共 15 分。 第三节 开放作文 共 25 分。

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