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涟水中学 2013 届高三下学期期初检测英语试题
第 I 卷(选择题)

一、单项选择

1.It’s high time we ________ effective ________to improve your working conditions.

A.take;means

B.made;measures

C.took;measures

D.do;actions

2.----- Is there anyone who is going to the Great Wall? ----______ .

A. None B. No one C. No D. Not any

3. In the west, people make _______ a rule to send Christmas present to their relatives and friends.

A. this

B. that

C. it

D. the following

4.The pianist began to play and the girl in red began to sing ____the music.

A. with B. along C. through D. to

5.The computers made by our company sell best, but several years ago no one could have imagined

the role in the markets that they _________.

A. were playing

B. were to play C. had played

6.59. The _____ of blood always makes him feel sick.

D. played

A. view

B. look

C. sight

D. Form

7.--- My God! I’m getting late again,what will my boss say?

--- Try to keep _______; we will think of an excuse.

A. silent

B. calm

C. still

D. quiet

8.I___swim when I saw a sign written by the police.

A.was about to B.would

C.was going to D.was to

9.In the past, ice used to ______ used to ______ the air in a room.

A.be ;cooling

B.be; cool C.being; cool

10. Wang kun : Have you looked at a map?

D.being; cooling

Wang wei : What did you say just now?

Wang kun : I asked you ______________.

A. whether you have looked at a map

B. whether you had looked at a map

C. whether have you looked at a map

D. whether had you looked at a map

11.The big bird was shot by an arrow and fell heavily onto the ground, _____.

A. dead

B. died

C. to die

D. being dead

12. The problem with people in Africa ____that the more is given and the more ______.

A. is; is needed B. are; is needed C. is; they need it D. are; they need it 14. ______the house was started before she went to Africa and now it is still under construction.

A. Working B. Working at C. Working on D. Work on 15.—How many lessons do you usually have a day?

—Six lessons a day. And each of them _____45 minutes.

A. last B. lasts C. have D. are

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二、完型填空

阅读下面短文,撑握其大意,然后从 36—55 各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出 最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

On the first day of my school life in the USA, I showed a great interest in my marketing class.

My teacher, Mrs Tolman, suggested I 16 a national marketing club called DECA attracting

many students with talent and interest in 17 . So I did.

The first 18 was to raise money for marketing competitions later in the year by selling

candles. Mrs Tolman said the money was due in a week and that 40 percent of the 19 would

go into my personal account.

At the beginning, I tried to sell some candles to my host mom. She said that if I could show

20 and do a wonderful sales presentation, she would certainly buy some. I started my 21

with a firm handshake. Then I introduced all the different kinds of candles and the special sales I

could offer and 22 her that our candles were the best choice for gifts and home decorations.

Finally she bought three candles.

Greatly 23 I decided to sell my candles around the neighborhood.

On Saturday morning, with great courage, I knocked at the door of my first potential 24 .

“I’m a student at Skyline High School and we are 25 money for DECA, I’m trying to sell…”

“Not today, sorry,” the man 26 me and shut the door.

Embarrassed, I walked away and encouraged myself the 27 thing that might happen was

being refused like that again. I couldn’t even count how many times I was 28 with reasons

like “Not today”, “I don’t have any 29 money right now” or “I just bought some”. 30 , I

had to continue with the day. 31 , a woman kindly bought nearly $60 worth of candles. I couldn’t

even hide my 32 and said, “Thank you very much” to her with a bow.

After a 33 hard work, I turned in $408 worth of sales of candles, which gave me $163 in

my own account. I was 34 to find out I was the second highest seller in all classes.

It was my first time working as a sales person. This experience let me know that 35

difficulties was only wasting time and a barrier in my way to success.

16. A. hold

B. join

C. build

D. set

17. A. business

B. English

C. math

D. sports

18. A. chance

B. way

C. challenge

D. choice

19. A. income

B. candles

C. business

D. expense

20. A. ability

B. confidence

C. aim

D. expectation

21. A. presentation B. business

C. deal

D. interest

22. A. told

B. convinced

C. explained

D. requested

23. A. puzzled

B. delighted

C. shocked

D. encouraged

24. A. buyer

B. seller

C. businessman

D. shop keeper

25. A. lending

B. raising

C. returning

D. borrowing

26. A. greeted

B. bothered

C. hurt

D. interrupted

27. A. worst

B. uneasy

C. unluckiest

D. unhappiest

28. A. allowed

B. permitted

C. refused

D. demanded

29. A. more

B. extra

C. little

D. left

30. A. However

B. So

C. Therefore

D. But

31. A. And

B. Secondly

C. Firstly

D. Finally

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32. A. anger 33. A. week’s 34. A. lucky 35. A. overcoming
三、阅读理解

B. embarrassment B. hour’s B. surprised B. dealing with

C. happiness C. year’s C. calm C. accepting

D. sadness D. month’s D. confused D. worrying about

A

Our surrounding(周围) is being polluted faster than nature and man’s present efforts can’t

prevent it. Time is bringing us more people, and more people will bring us more industry, more cars,

larger cities, and the growing use of man-made materials.

What can explain and solve this problem? The fact is that pollution is caused by man—by his

desire for a modern way of life. We make “increasing industrialization” our chief aim. So we are

always ready to offer everything: clean air, pure water, good food, our health and the future of our

children. There is a constant flow of people from countryside to cities, eager for the benefit of our

modern society. But as our technological achievements have grown in the last twenty years,

pollution has become a serious problem.

Isn’t it time we stopped to ask ourselves where we are going—and why? It makes one think of

the story about the airline pilot who told his passengers over the loudspeaker, “I’ve some good news

and some bad news. The good news is that we’re making rapid progress at 530 miles per hour. The

bad news is that we’re lost and don’t know where we’re going.” The sad fact is that this becomes a

true story when spoken of our modern society.

1.Man can’t prevent the world from being polluted mainly because

.

A. many man-made materials

B. more cars, trucks and buses

C. more people and more industry

D. more cities

2.People crowd into the cities because_________.

A. they want very much to find well-paid jobs

B. they eager for the achievement of our modern society

C. they have become tired of their homeland

D. they have a strong wish to become industrial workers

3.The story about the airline pilot tells us that_________.

A. man knows where the society is going

B. people do not welcome the rapid development of modern society

C. man can do little about the problem of pollution

D. the writer is worried about the future of our society

4. What does the writer really want to say in this passage?

A. With the development of technology, pollution has become a serious problem.

B. Lower the speed of development to stop pollution.

C. It’s time we did something to reduce pollution.

D. As industry is growing fast, pollution is the natural result.

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B

When I was at university, I studied very hard. But a lot of my friends did very little work. Some

did just enough to pass exams. Others didn't do quite enough. Fred Baines was one of them. He spent

more time drinking in the Students' Union than working in the library.

Once, at the end of the term, we had to take an important test in chemistry. The test had a

hundred questions. Beside each question, we had to write "True" or "False". While I was studying in

my room the night before the test, Fred was watching television. Fred usually worried a lot the night

before a test. But on that night he looked perfectly calm. Then he told me of his plan.

"It's very simple. There are a hundred questions and I have to get fifty correct to pass the test.

I'll take a coin into the examination room. I haven't studied a chemistry book for months, so I'll just

toss(抛) the coin. That way, I'm sure I'll get half the questions right."

The next day Fred came cheerfully into the examination room. He sat tossing a coin for half an

hour as he marked down his answers. Then he left, half an hour before the rest of us.

The next day, he saw the chemistry professor in the corridor (走廊).

"Oh, good," he said. "Have you got the result of the test? What mark did I get?"

The professor looked at him and smiled.

"Ah, it's you, Baines. Just a minute."

Then he reached into his pocket and took out a coin. He threw it into the air, caught it in his

hand and looked at it.

"I'm terribly sorry, Baines," he said, "you failed."

1. Fred Baines

.

A. spent quite some time working in the Students' Union

B. worked hard at his lessons but he failed again and again

C. often failed his tests

D. wouldn't work hard so long as he could pass a test

2. Fred looked perfectly calm before the chemistry test because

.

A. he was already well prepared for it

B. he didn't think the test was so important for him

C. someone had promised to help him out

D. he believed he had found out a way to pass the test without any difficulty

3. The students were required to finish the test within

.

A. half an hour B. an hour C. three quarters D. an hour and a half

4. After the test, Baines was

.

A. sure that he would pass it

B. anxious to know the result

C. sorry that he cheated during the test

D. discouraged because he'd probably fail the test

5. The professor told Baines the result of the test by tossing a coin because .

A. he hadn't marked all the papers yet

B. he couldn't remember the mark Baines got

C. he wouldn't hurt Baines' feeling by telling him the truth

D. he wanted to teach Baines a lesson

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C

Visiting the Arctic

ZHOU Mingfeng, 17, has only stepped out of his birthplace, Qingdao, once to visit the top of

the world, the Arctic!

The Senior 2 student from the High School Attached to Ocean University of China joined a

two-week journey to the Arctic at the beginning of this month, after he was recommended for the trip.

Including his teacher, Wu Jianying, the adventure group consisted of 12 students and teachers from

China, Spain, Canada, Britain and the US.

“The trip brought the whole subject of geography and climate change to life,” Zhou said.

Before they landed by air on Canada’s research icebreaker (破冰船) in the Arctic, Amundsen,

the group visited an Inuit (英纽特人的) community. Zhou also got the chance to experience

dog-sledding for the first time!

He was surprised to find that Inuit people don’t live in snow igloos (圆顶建筑) any longer.

“They live in modern, warm wooden houses and travel mostly by snowmobile,” he said.

During the time on board Amundsen, every day was science orientated (以……为主). Zhou

and other teenagers were guided by scientists, who work there, to take part in laboratory and field

work. Sometimes they went outside to collect ice and snow samples for experiments despite the

windy, freezing climate.

As the only Chinese student, Zhou didn’t feel very confident due to his English inefficiency.

“Those students soon got close to the onboard scientists and became involved (参与) in their

research,” he recalled in admiration.

However, it didn’t prevent Zhou from enjoying the unique and remote life there.

When the wind died and the sun shone on the frozen desert, Zhou and his new friends recorded

their days with photo shoots out on the ice beside the Amundsen!

“The views were breathtaking! Everything around us seemed lifeless, which is shocking,” he

said.

But there proved to be something alive, under the ice caps. A seal popped out of the water

below the ship and greeted them on the last day of their stay.

“It was the only animal I saw in the Arctic!” he said. “But it’s a pity that I didn’t see a single

polar bear in the ‘capital’ of the creature.

1. According to the passage, the students and teachers visiting Artic are most likely to _______.

A. go sightseeing

B. take part in some science research

C. learn English

D. learn about Inuit community

2. In the passage, Amundsen is _________.

A. an icebreaker B. an Inuit igloo C. a place in Artic D. a dog-drawn sled

3. Which of the following is NOT true according to the passage?

A. Zhou was surprised to find the Inuit lived in modern, warm wooden houses.

B. Zhou visited an Inuit community first.

C. Zhou’s inefficient English made him unable to enjoy the life in Artic.

D. Zhou took many photos with his new friends.

4. The underlined sentence “The trip brought the whole subject of geography and climate change to

life,” in Paragraph 3 probably means _________.

A. The trip made what had been learned in geography lessons more vivid or interesting.

B. The trip suddenly started working.

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C. The trip completely changed his life. D. The trip made animals in Artic live.

D

Growing up in Philadelphia, Lieberman started cooking with his stay-at-home dad when he was

seven. His food-loving family had two kitchens, and he quickly learned what was the best way to

bake his cakes. Lieberman improved his kitchen skills during a year abroad beforo college, learning

from a cook in Italy and study local specialties in Gerrnany, Spain and France. At Yale,he was

known for throwing dinner parties, single-handedly frying and baking while mixing drinks for

dozens offriends. Just for fun, he and some friends decided to tape a show named Campus Cuisine

about his cooking. Lieberman was a real college student showing his classmate how to do things

like making drinks out of dining-hall fruit. That helped the show become very popular among the

students. They would stop Lieberman after classes to ask for his advice on cooking. Tapes of the

show were passed around,with which his name went beyond the school and finally to the Food

Network.

Food Network producer Flay hopes the young cook will find a place on the

network television. He says Lieberman's charisma is key."Food T-V isn't about

food anymore." says Flay, " It's about your personality and finding a way to keep

people's eyeballs on your show."

But Lieberman isn't putting all his eggs in one basket. After taping the first season of the new

show, Lieberman was back in his own small kitchen preparing

sandwiches. An airline company was looking for someone to come up with a tasteful,

inexpensive and easy-to-make menu to serve on its flight. Lieberman got the job.

1.We can learn from the text that Lieberman's family______.

A. have relatives in Europe

B.love cooking at home

C. often hold parties

D. own a restaurant

2. The Food Network got to know Lieberman________.

A. at one of his parties

B. from his teacher

C. through his taped show

D. on a television program

3.What does the word"charisma" underline in the text refer to ?

A. A natural ability to attract others.

B. A way to show one's achievement.

C. Lieberman's after-class interest

D. Lieberman's fine cooking skill

4.Why did the airline company give Lieberman the job?

A. He could prepare meals in a small kitchen.

B. He was famous for his shows on Food TV.

C. He was good at using eggs to make sandwiches.

D. He could cook cheap, delicious and simple meals.

5. What can we learn about Lieberman from the text?

A. He is clever but lonely.

B. He is friendly and active.

C. He enioys traveling around. D.He often changes his menus.

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第 II 卷(非选择题)

四、阅读填空 阅读下面短文,根据上下文填入适当的词语,或使用括号中的词语的适当形式填空,并将答案 填写在答题卡上标号为 31—40 的相应位置。
Money really can’t buy happiness. According to a new survey, lawyers and __1_____ well-paid white-collar workers are more likely to suffer depression. A national survey of more than 7500 professionals has found that almost one __2_____ ten reported moderate (中度) to severe depressive symptoms. The legal profession had the worst result, _3_______ almost 16 percent reporting symptoms of clinical depression (临床抑郁症). Next __4_____(be) accountants and insurance underwriters, both on 10 percent. People in IT services, architecture and engineering also had depression rates above the average.
The survey __5_____ (conduct) by Beyondblue, an organization devoted to fighting depression, also showed that __6_____ under 30 who had the __7_____ (high) rates of depression were the most likely to “self-medicate” with drugs and alcohol. Beyondblue deputy chief executive and _8_________ (psychology), Dr. Nicole Highet, said the survey was first to reveal the extent of the problem. “We often associate depression with the most socially disadvantaged and people under financial pressure, __9_____ here’s a whole different group.” Dr. Highet said, She said while it was difficult to know exactly __10________ made some groups more prone to depression, it was likely to be driven by work pressures.

五、书面表达

假如你是李华,最近,你班同学就中学生是否可以带手机上学进行了讨论。 请你根据下列信息, 给校长写一封信,客观地介绍你班讨论的情况

70%的学生认为

30%的学生认为

1. 没有必要带手机。

1.学生可以带手机上学,但上课要关机。

2.带手机会分散学习精力,上课开机影响极坏。 2.学生带手机可以方便联系。

3. 学生用手机会增加家长经济负担。

3.信息时代的交流工具,不应禁止

1.词数:100 字左右 2.经济负担 economic burdens. 3.信的开头已经为你写好

Dear principle,

I’m writing to tell you about the discussion we’ve had about whether a mobile phone should be

brought to school.

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一、选择题 1-5 CBCDB 6-10 CBDBB 11-15 AACDB

参考答案

二、完形填空 16—20:BACAB

21—25:ABDAB

26—30:DACBA 31—35:DCABD

三、阅读理解 A
1-4 CBDC

B 1-5 CDBBD

C 1-4 BACA

D 1-5 BCADB

四、阅读填空 1. other 6. those

2. in 7. highest

3. with

4. were

8. psychologist 9. but

5. conducted 10. what

五、书面表达 One possible version: Dear principle, I’m writing to tell you about the discussion we’ve had about whether a mobile phone should be brought to school. To tell you the truth, the students in our class have different opinions.About 70% of the students think that we shouldn’t bring mobile phones to school. Because with them we may not fix our attention to the lessons. If the phone is not turned off by chance and the ringing will destroy the class. Furthermore, using mobile phones will add to our parents’ economic burdens. However,about 30% of the students think we can bring phones to school on condition that we turned off them in class. With a mobile phone it is convenient for us to keep in touch with our parents and friends.Besides,the mobile phone is a tool of information times. It may not be right to ban students from carrying mobile phones. Yours sincerely, Li Hua

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