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江西省南昌市 2013 届高三第二次模拟考试

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本试卷分第Ⅰ卷(选择题)和第Ⅱ卷(非选择题)两部分,满分 150 分。考试时间 120 分钟。

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第一部分:听力(共两节,满分 30 分) 做题时,先将答案标在试卷上。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。 1.What is the most probable relationship between the two speakers? A.Employer and employee. B.Teacher and student. C.Mother and son. 2.When did the woman call the front desk? A.At 2:00 a.m. . B.At 8:00 a.m. . C.At 2:30 P.m. . 3.When will the shirts be finished? A.Friday morning. B.Friday afternoon. C.Saturday afternoon. 4.What’s the probable relationship between the man and the woman? A.Taxi driver and customer. B.Conductor and driver. C.Boss and secretary. 5.What is the man doing? A.He is buying plane tickets to Europe. B.He is sending some postcards. C.He is asking about his mail. 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,每小题将给出 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。 6.Where does the conversation most probably take place? A.In a park. B.At a restaurant. C.In an office. 7.What does the woman do? A.She works for IBM. B.She is a teacher at Harvard.
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C.She is a student at Harvard. 听第 7 段材料,回答第 8—10 小题 8.What season is it now? A.Summer. B.Autumn. C.Winter. 9.What is the most probable relationship between the two speakers? A.Guide and traveler. B.Driver and passenger. C.Assistant and customer. 10.What is the weather like in summer in San Francisco? A.It is warm. B.It is cool. C.It is hot. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 11 至 13 题。 11.What’s the relationship between the two speakers? A.They are boss and employee. B.They are teacher and student. C.They are next door neighbors. 12.How old is the man? A.He is in his twenties. B.He is in his thirties. C.He is in his fifties. 13.What kind of looking does the man probably have? A.He has a special looking. B.He has a good looking. C.He has an ordinary looking. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 14 至 16 题 14.When will they go to Xi’an? A.On about June 16th. B.On about July 16th. C.On about June 6th. 15.How long will they stay in Xi’an? A.Less than one week. B.More than two weeks. C.Just one week. 16.Why is Monica going to Harbin again? A.Because her parents live there. B.Because she does not like Xi’an. C.Because she wants to visit her friends. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 17 至 20 题。 17.How did the man help the old lady? A.He took the sick lady to hospital. B.He carried her bags and took her home. C.He helped her to find her son’s home. 18.Why did the marl tell the old lady a white lie? A.The old lady didn’t want to trouble him. B.The man wanted to please the old lady. C.The mall let the old lady believe in him. 19.When did the man’s grandmother die? A.20 years ago. B.25 years ago. C.30 years ago. 20.What did it turn out to be? A.The old lady was the man’s father’s aunt.
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B.The old lady was the man’s father’s neighbor. C.The old lady looked after the man as he was two. 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,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 21.The driver was at ______loss when ______word came that he was forbidden to drive because of speeding. A.a; the B./; / C.the; the D.a; / 22.The little girl is walking along the beach, happy and joyful, _____ bending down to pick up a beautiful seashell. A.approximately B.regularly C.apparently D.occasionally 23.- - That must have been a terrifying experience. - -Yeah.I _____ in the damaged car, unable to move. A.was stuck B.have been stuck C.am stuck D.had been stuck 24.- -______ one and a half months enough for the project to be finished? - -I am afraid not.The professor is ill and only after he recovers ______ go on with it. A.Is; he can B.Are; he can C.Is; can he D.Are; can he 25. Sometimes, _____ we show our gratitude for a person is reflected in the kind of food we serve him or her. A.when B.whether C.why D.how 26.- - What do you think of the 2013 Spring Festival Party? - - Well, great! But I don * t think much of _____ held last year. A.the one B.it C.one D.which 27.Pressed from his parents, and ______that he has wasted too much time, the boy is determined to stop playing computer games. A.realizing B.realized C.to realize D.being realized 28.Thanks to the great efforts by netizons and the journalists' determination to ______the truth, anti- corruption has been accelerating. A.take out B.check out C.pick out D.dig out 29.As he approached the door, Mike looked into the room again to see if he ______ anything behind. A.left B.had left C.has left D.would leave 30.- - _____ no ad during TV plays. - - Great move! I cannot tolerate those annoying ads appearing every several minutes. A.There is said to have B.It is said to have
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31.- - Do you have anything to say for yourselves? - - Yes, there is one point ______ we must insist on. A.why B.where C.how D.that 32.- - How dangerous it was! - - Yes, but for the passer - by' s quick action, the girl _____. A.was drowned B.could have been drowned C.had drowned D.should be drowned 33.Under the environment of fierce competition, the only way John could imagine ______ stress was to get tougher by making greater efforts. A.handling B.to handle C.handled D.having handled 34.Transit, a car made in Jiangxi province, was sold nearly 50,000 units in 2012, with the total value_____ it was in 2008. A.more than three times what B.three more times than that C.over three times than what D.over three times of that 35.- - I hear Kris had an accident as he was riding his bike to school yesterday. - - ______? He is always so careful when he is riding. A.What for B.How come C.Why that D.So what 第二节 完型填空(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,选出最佳选项, 并在答题卡上涂黑。 It was about the third week in June last year.My 15 - year - old son had already settled into his summer routine: Go to 36 at 2 a.m.and wake up at 1 p.m.only to get back on his computer to play computer games 37 dinner. It was the middle of the 38 when the sound of his computer games woke me up again.I couldn' t 39 that any more and decided it was time for him to get a summer job.I got on the computer and found a lifeguard certification class that 40 the next day, and a company that 41 teenagers to guard their pools. From that day I woke him up at 8 a.m.every day for him to 42 the class.At first, he continued to complain that I was 43 his summer.But by the end of the week, he was actually 44 going.He learned something about first aid, figured he really could 45 someone from drowning, and got some ideas on how to 46 work for a living. Two weeks later, he had a 47 as a lifeguard.He took his responsibility very 48 and never went to work late. This summer, he will be working full - time at a pool. says a lot of He his 49 don’t have jobs.And I say that is because their mothers didn’t try 50 enough! Even if your kid is super 51 with finals and after - school activities and doesn't have time, you can 52 job information for him.
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Whether it is an ice cream store, a movie 53 , or a summer camp, you can ask if they are hirg __54_ for the summer.After your kid gets a job, pay attention to the 55 to make sure he is never late. 36.A.school B.study C.bed D.work 37.A.around B.until C.after D.during 38.A.night B.noon C.morning D.afternoon 39.A.watch B.appreciate C.notice D.stand 40.A.lasted B.rested C.started D.developed 41.A.hired B.forced C.persuaded D.force 42.A.give B.attend C.obverse D.help 43.A.designed B.ruining C.enjoying D.joining 44.A.looking into B.looking out of C.looking down upon D . looking forward to 45.A.recognize B.conduct C.save D.buy 46.A.roughly B.luckily C.actually D.suddenly 47.A.job B.problem C.goal D.reward 48.A.slowly B.seriously C.calmly D.quickly 49.A.teachers B.colleagues C.students D.friends 50.A.hard B.fast C.early D.directly 51.A.clear B.excited C.busy D.disappointed 52.A.write down B.think about C.wait for D.search for 53.A.theatre B.square C.park D.factory 54.A.experts B.foreigners C.teenagers D.villagers 55.A.habit B.schedule C.tradition D.determination 第三部分:阅读理解(共 20 小题,每题 2 分,满分 40 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 8 - year - old Mario spent one day selling lemonade in New Jersey.But he didn't do it for spending money."The people in the hospital need more medicine," Mario said. Mario’s lemonade stand raised money after a group called Alex' s Lemonade Stand, which is an or-ganization that raises money for research on cancers that affect kids.Their research might one day lead to a cure.The organization is named for Alexandra Scott, a girl who died of cancer eight years ago when she was eight years old.Alex' s Lemonade Stand actually began four years before she died.That's when she announced that she wanted to sell lemonade to raise money for a cancer cure for all kids. This year, thousands of kids across the country are selling lemonade to raise money for Alex’s foundation.In Maryland, a group of kids at the Children' s Guild held a fund - raiser for Alex in April. And in Florida, Harrison began raise money for Alex’s Lemonade Stand last year, when he was seven.This year, he raised more than $ 500 dollars.Harrison hoped it could help kids by scientists finding a cure.He also dreamed of finding a cure himself."When I grow up, I'm going to invent these little nano bots' that can swallow cancer.They can fight cancer for you with their little mini - lasers and stuff," Harrison said."To see how that one simple idea grew into this
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national foundation, it' s really special for me.It' s against my expectation," said Liz Scott, Alex' s mother. What made Mario's lemonade stand even more special and amazing is that he, too, has cancer —six brain tumors.But Mario is not giving up.And he is determined to help other kids like him —in memory of Alex." He lost a lot of friends who were in the hospital," said Mario' s mon, Anna."And he wants to be sure that he doesn't lose any more." 56.Why did Mario start to run his lemonade stand? A.To show he was not afraid of brain tumors. B.To support the research on kids' cancers. C.To help found an organization for kids. D.To collect some spending money. 57.Alex' s Lemonade Stand began ______.? A.when Mario was eight years old B.when Alex was about four years old C.shortly after Alex died of cancer D.before cancers began to hit kids 58.What do we know about Harrison according to the passage? A.He raised more than $ 500 dollars last year. B.He began raising money when he was six years old. C.He was devoted to helping the kids with cancer. D.He invented a machine to fight against cancer. 59.How did Alex' s mother feel about Alex s Lemonade Stand? A.Disappointed. B.Fortunate. C.Upset. D.Amazed. 60.What' s the passage mainly about? A.Kids have a good time in selling lemonade. B.Kids can earn money by selling lemonade. C.Kids sell lemonade to raise money to fight cancer. D.Kids with cancer work hard to show they are special. B " Drink your milk.It is good for you! " You've probably heard that many times, and it is true.Milk contains calcium, which is a necessary nutrient for keeping bones and teeth healthy and strong.The US government even requires milk as part of the National School: Lunch Program, saying that students should drink one cup of fat - free milk at each meal. Last Thursday, however, a group of doctors asked the government to remove the lunch program.The Physical Committee for Responsible Medicine says, "Milk is high in sugar, high in fat and high in animal? protein," all of which have negative effects on health.The PCRM says there were better and healthier ways to get calcium such as eating beans, broccoli, cereals and tofu.Orange juice and soymilk that have calcium added to them also supply the nutrient."One of the only reasons people talk about dairy, or promote it at all, is because it is going to help build strong hones. says Dr. " Neal Barnard, president of the PCRM. milk may not be the best way But to get calcium your body needs. Of course, calcium is important for health bones and teeth, but there are other things that affect your bone strength, such as genes, how much vitamin D you take in and getting an hour' s
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worth of exercise every day. Some nutritionists disagree with the idea that milk isn' t important.Keri Gans, a dietitian, says, " I think it is irresponsible to take this beverage that children enjoy, especially among those who are unable to meet their nutrient needs for the day, and remove it from lunch time." The US government is studying the request of the PCRM, but a decision may be a one way to take off.Meanwhile, Marion Nestle, a professor at New York University, put it best: " Milk demonstrably has nutrients. Other foods have the same nutrients. s just a food. It' Like other foods, too much might be a problem." 61.Why does the US government ask students to drink one cup of milk at lunch time? A.They have been told many times. B.They have taken the PCRM' s advice. C.Fat - free or low - fat milk is less expensive. D.Milk helps build students' strong bones. 62.Which of the following opinions does the PCRM support? A.Milk is harmful to students' health. B.Students should drink more milk each day. C.Orange juice is higher in calcium than milk. D.Milk is the best way to get calcium. 63.The underlined word "beverage" in Paragraph 4 most probably means ______. A.gene B.idea C.milk D.lunch 64.What can we learn from Marion Nestle' s words? A.Milk has more nutrients than other food. B.Milk is just a kind of common food. C.Other food also contain much calcium. D.Too much nutrient lies in other food. 65.What does the above text mainly talk about? A.The best way to get the most calcium. B.The connection between milk and health. C.Different opinions about the importance of milk. D.Whether to take milk off the school - lunch menu. C "Plants were expected to get larger with increased carbon dioxide in atmosphere, but changes in temperature, humidity and nutrient availability seem to trumped the benefits of increased carbon dioxide," said researchers from the National University of Singapore. 45 percent of the species studied now reach smaller adult sizes than they did in the past.The researchers pointed out that warmer temperatures and changing habitats, caused by climate change, are possible reasons for shrinking creatures. " We do not yet know the mechanisms involved, or why some organism are getting smaller while others are unaffected," the researchers said. "Until we understand more, we could be risking negative consequences that we can' t yet quantify." The change was big in cold - blooded animals.Only two decades of warmer temperatures were enough to make reptiles smaller.An increase of 1 degree centigrade caused nearly a 10 percent increase in metabolism (新陈代谢) .Greater use of energy resulted in tiny tortoises and
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little lizards. Fish are smaller now too. Though overfishing has played a part in reducing numbers, experiments show that warmer temperatures also stop fish growth.There is a recent report on warmer temperatures' negative effects on plankton, the base of the marine ecosystem. Warm - blooded animals weren't immune from the size change caused by climate change.Many birds are now smaller.Mammals have been miniaturized too.Soay sheep are thinner.Red deer are weaker.And polar bears are smaller, compared with historical records. This is not the first time this has happened in Earth' s history.55 million years ago, a warming event similar to the current climate change caused bees, spiders and ants to shrink by 50 to 75 percent over several thousand years.That event happened over a long time than the current climate change. The speed of modem climate change could mean organisms may not respond or adapt quickly enough, especially those with long generation times.So, it is likely that more negative influences of climate change will be shown in future. 66.Which of the following would be the best tide for the passage? A.Why do some species become smaller? B.How does temperature change in Earth' s history? C.Climate change has many negative effects. D.Species become smaller as climate warms. 67.The underlined word "trumped" in the first paragraph can be replaced by______. A.been neglected by B.had strong influences than C.been weakened by D.been less than 68.Researchers from the National University of Singapore believe that ______. A.how climate change effects animals' size has not been found clearly B.all the animals on the earth have become smaller C.too many studies on animals' size have been done D.people can avoid the negative effects of climate change 69.What can we learn from the passage? A.Climate change have even affected plankton negatively. B.Bird have suffered more from climate change than fish. C.Ants, bees and spiders have been shrinking by 50% to 70% in the past decade. D.A warming event causing species to become smaller has never happened before. 70.What' s the author' s attitude toward climate change in the passage? A.Concerned. B.Optimistic. C.Indifferent. D.Confident. D Parents say that honesty is the best policy, but they regularly lie to their children as a way of influencing their behavior and emotions, finds new research from the University of Toronto and the University of California. Surprisingly little has been published on the subject of parental lying, so Gail Heyman, professor of psychology at the University of California, Diem Luu, a former student of the University of California, and Kang Lee, professor at the University Toronto, set out to explore the under - researched phenomenon.They asked US participants in two related studies about parents lying to their children - either for the purpose of promoting appropriate behavior or to make them happy.
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In one of the studies, many parents reported they told their young children that bad things would happen if they didn't go to bed or eat what they were supposed to.Other parents reported inventing magical creatures.One explained, "We told our daughter that if she wrapped up all her pacifiers (橡皮奶嘴) like gifts, the fair would come and give them to the children who needed them.” In the other study, the researchers surveyed college students’recollections about their parents’lying and obtained similar results: parents often lie to their children even as they tell them that lying is unacceptable. The researchers refer to this practice as "parenting by lying"."We are surprised by how often parenting by lying takes place," said LEE. Though Heyman thinks that there are occasions when it is appropriate to be less than truthful with a child, she urges parents to think through the issues and consider alternatives before using lies. Children sometimes behave in ways that are disruptive or " are likely to harm their long - term interests," said Heyman."It is common for them to try out a range of strategies, including lying, to stop them. However, parents should be concerned about the possible long - term negative consequences tochildren’s beliefs about honesty." 71.The subject of parental lying _____. A.was not allowed to be researched in the past B.attracts little attention because it is common C.hasn’t got many published results about it D.is becoming more and more popular 72.The study of Gail Heyman, Diem Luu and Kang Lee was focused on parents’lies that_____. A.aim to cover their mistakes B.lead children to hate them C.aim to give children a positive influence D.make children get used to lying 73.What does Heyman think of parental lying? A.It is a great parenting strategy. B.Parents should think twice before using it. C.It usually does more good than harm. D.parents should do something to make up for it after using it. 74.Parents usually _____ when their young children don' t go to bed properly. A.turn off the bedroom lights and play some music B.shout at them loudly C.shut the door and let them alone D.make up some magical creatures to let them believe 75.In which part of a newspaper would you most probably find the passage? A.Business. B.Education. C.Technology. D.Fashion.

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第四部分:写作(共两节,满分 35 分) 第一节:阅读表达(共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,共 10 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) 。
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[ 1 ]A great number of people spend a lot of time earning money because they believe the money it-self will make them happy, or will guard them against things that will make them unhappy.They make great efforts to achieve the perfect relationship, the perfect house, the beautiful body, the approval of others, all in an attempt to be happy. [2] Sometimes these things make people happy; other times, people stress over not having reached the goals, or reach them and find they’re still unhappy.Other times, people focus on just one goal and don * t have time for other things that will make them truly happy. [3] Some experts studying human happiness and the factors that contribute to it have identified several key areas of life that seem to be more related to personal happiness.Some of them are the things like money, friends, health and living conditions; others are things you may not think of in your daily life, such as your neighborhood and sense of meaning in life. [4] So while setting your goals, remember all of the areas of life that are important to you and find a balanced lifestyle including social support, personal development, physical health and meaningful pursuits besides career success and financial security.______, your attitude about life and the things that happen to you each day can also have a great effect on your level of happiness and life satisfaction.In addition to being optimistic, happy people tend to believe they are the masters of their fate, rather than the victims of circumstance. [5] Explore the state of your life, assess how truly happy you are, and find a direction to work to-ward that will likely bring more happiness.Reach your goals, set new ones and live a life that truly makes you happy. 76.What’s the main idea of the passage? ( no more than 5 words. ) 77.What would happen to those who focus on just one goal and don’t have time for other things? (no more than 6 words) 78.Fill in the blank in Paragraph 4 with proper words. (Please answer within 5 words. ) 79. three other factors that can make people happy except money: (no more than 13 words. List ) ① ② ③ 80.What does the word "it" (Line 1, Paragraph 3) probably refer to? (2 words) 第二节 写作(满分 25 分) iPad 已成为中学生的新宠,不仅可以听音乐,阅读电子文书,而且还可以玩电子游戏。 假如你是南昌某高中学生李华,请你用英语给英语报社 Teens 写一封信,谈谈你对自己周围 学生使用 iPad 的情况。信的内容必须包括以下几点: 1.使用对学习的好处; 2.对课堂纪律和学习可能产生的负面影响; 3.提出自己的建议 注意:开头已经给出,不计人总数。词数 120 字左右 Dear editor, I’m a senior high school student in Nanchang, named Li Hua. Now many students have iPads and think it’s a fashion to use them. ……

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