河南省郸城一高 2013—2014 学年度高三月考(12 月) 英 语 试 题
命题:郸城一高 黄培玉 审题:刘同峰 (时间:90 分钟 满分 150 分) 第一部分 英语知识运用 (共两节,满分 65 分) 第一节 单项填空(共 35 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 35 分) 1. A rooster in Liaocheng, Shandong province, weighing 3 kilograms, ________ 14 eggs so far. The eggs are bigger than normal eggs. A. had lied B. laid C. has laid D. lays 2. --Today’s game was pretty disappointing. --Yeah. I thought the score would be at least 2∶1, but it ended ________ a draw. A. in B. by C. on D. to 3.--Whenever I come to visit, he is always watching TV. --You’re really observant. He can’t help but ________ some TV during meals or before bed. A. watch B. watching C. to watch D. watched 4. It’s annoying ! After I gave her my advice, my daughter ________ go and do the opposite. A. have to B. must C. shall D. would 5. The FBI and Capitol Police arrested ________ man Friday that they say intended to set off a suicide bomb at ________ U.S. Capitol. A. a; the B. a; a C. the; the D. /; / 6. --Did you visited the military museum? --Yes. Not until quite recently ________ any idea what a guided missile was like. A. had I have B. did I have C. I had D. I have had 7. If you ________ doing something wrong or risky, you do not suffer, any punishment or other bad consequences because of it. A. get away with B. get through with C. get along with D. get ahead with 8. She wants to have an occupation ________ her management skills can be put to good use. A. what B. when C. where D. which 9. Time is pressing. Although the weather was terrible, we carried on the work ________. A. even B. regardless C. thus D. instead 10. --Tom said their teacher speaks too quickly for him and Betty to understand. --________ Mary and Bob said they could understand him. A. Forget it! B. Think nothing of it! C. Really? D. Never mind. 11. --Dan’s talking about getting a cat from one of his relatives. --Yeah. I hear his apartment building is about to ________ the ban on pets. A. make B. impose C. lift D. take 12. We really enjoyed Disneyland. We took all the rides, some of ________ twice, and had lots of fun. I felt just like a kid again. A. which B. that C. it D. them 13. -- Oh, it’s lunch time. I am a little hungry. -- Let’s go. It’s my ________.
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A. fault B. turn C. duty D. treat 14. -- Sir, could you please wait for another 20 minutes and we’ll serve you very soon. -- Another 20 minutes? It was only 6 o’clock ________ I got here, but it’s 7∶10 now. A. since B. when C. that D. before 15. Five firemen ________ escaped death when a staircase collapsed beneath their feet. A. hardly B. nearly C. narrowly D. almost 16. You ________ in person; a telephone would have been enough. A. couldn’t have come B. needn’t have come C. shouldn’t have come D. mustn’t have come 17. A good advertisement often uses words ________ people attach positive meanings. A. in which B. to which C. which D. that 18. The old lady could give the child sympathy, ________ any practical help would be beyond her. A. or B. so C. and D. but 19. ________ the news, so far, has been good, there may be days ahead when it is bad. A. While B. When C. Because D. If 20. Life is like a tale. ________ matters is not how long it is, but how good it is. A. Which B. That C. What D. Whose 21. Fan Bingbing topped ________ 2013 China Celebrity List, earning ________ estimated 110 million yuan($17.8 million) in the past year. A. 不填; 不填 B. the; the C. a; an D. the; an 22. Don’t leave the window open—it’s ________ thieves to enter. A. inviting B. advising C. persuading D. getting 23. A Palestinian woman says she woke up ________ the news that Barack Obama had been elected, and she says it was news she welcomed. A. about B. to C. at D. against 24. Life did not ________ the way I thought it would, which made me kind of disappointed. A. get along B. turn out C. go on D. keep up 25. --Now Mr. Snow, what can you remember about the attack? --Well, I ________ late yesterday evening. A. worked B. had worked C. would work D. was working 26. Jean Bernoulli returned to St Petersburg in 1766, soon afterwards losing the sight of his ________ eye. A. other B. the other C. another D. else 27. --What do you think of cloning? --No doubt it’s a great invention. But ________, it may have some side effects. A. if not properly handling B. if properly not handled C. if not properly handled D. if properly not handling 28. The city of Qingdao has been working on building itself up as a city of sails ________ it successfully hosted the 2008 Olympics’ sailing program. A. after B. since C. when D. until 29. --I have to go now to pick up my daughter. --If you ________ go, at least wait till the rain stops. A. can B. may C. should D. must
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30. We would like to thank the founder of our library, without ________ help none of this would have been possible. A. which B. whom C. whose D. that 31. The vocabulary and grammatical differences between British and American English are so slight and few as hardly ________. A. to notice B. being noticed C. noticed D. to be noticed 32. Both she and her friends liked travelling. She traveled a great deal, ________. A. nor did most of her friends B. did as most of her friends C. as did most of her friends D. so do most of her friends 33. Regardless of ________ the obstacles in this life may be, I will run my race to the best of my ability. A. what B. how C. which D. where 34. I can not think where I’ve left my umbrella; my mind’s completely ________! A. blank B. empty C. vacant D. mess 35. --It’s so nice to finally have a warm, sunny day. -- Oh, ________. A. you can say that again B. you deserve it C. that’s life D. got it 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,掌握其大意,然后从各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出最佳 选项。 Mrs. White lost her dog. After searching place after place, she placed a “Lost Dog” advertisement in the local newspaper. The following morning her phone rang and a 36 voice began, “I’m calling about your __37 .” Then the caller coughed and cleared her voice a few times. She 38 that she wasn’t feeling well and that, in fact, she hadn’t felt well 39 her husband died three years ago. She went on to tell that her parents had passed away, and her sister was 40 with a deadly illness. Even her friends were not doing well. After 30 minutes of 41 , sympathizing and even trying offers of help, the dog owner __42 the conversation back to the 43 subject. “About the dog,” she said. “Oh,” the caller 44 , “I don’ t have him. I just thought I’d call to 45 you up.” Maybe her technique needed improving, but her 46 were right on. And though “cheering up” may not be exactly what we 47 We certainly need encouragement 48 at times. The need for sincere 49 is basic among human beings. Do you need encouragement? There’re those who will support your side. Educator Booker T. Washington observed, “There’re two ways of 50 one’s strength: one is pushing down; __51 is pulling up.” There’re people ready to pull you up when others are pushing down. We need those people in our lives - those who use their strength by pulling us up. I believe these people can be found 52 . I believe that we can all become “ 53 ”, lifting one another from dark pits of discouragement to the light of 54 . And when that happens, the world will never be 55 . 36. A. loud B. weak C. sweet D. strong 37. A. bag B. phone C. dog D. wife 38. A. insisted B. demanded C. explained D. complained
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39. A. since B. when C. until D. though 40. A. concerned B. blessed C. affected D. diagnosed 41. A. talking B. explaining C. questioning D. listening 42. A. led B. started C. removed D. forgot 43. A. casual B. tough C. original D. usual 44. A. agreed B. replied C. advised D. asked 45. A. keep B. put C. cheer D. get 46. A. greetings B. instructions C. intentions D. directions 47. A. require B. enquire C. reject D. ensure 48. A. taking up B. picking up C. putting up D. pulling up 49. A. encouragement B. apology C. friendship D. gratitude 50. A. making B. exercising C. gaining D. collecting 51. A. another B. others C. else D. the other 52. A. nowhere B. everywhere C. elsewhere D. somewhere 53. A. pullers B. pushers C. believers D. callers 54. A. confidence B. faith C. success D. hope 55. A. different B. the same C. similar D. contrary 第二部分 阅读理解(共 25 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 50 分) 第一节: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。 A An atheist was taking a walk through the woods, admiring all that the “accident of evolution” had created. “What majestic trees! What powerful rivers! What beautiful animals!” he said to himself. As he was walking alongside the river he heard a rustling in the bushes behind him. He turned to look. He saw a 7 - foot grizzly(灰熊)charge towards him. He ran as fast as he could up the path. He looked over his shoulder and saw that the bear was closing. He ran even faster, so scared that tears were coming to his eyes. He looked over his shoulder again, and the bear was even closer. His heart was pumping frantically and he tried to run even faster. He tripped and fell on the ground. He rolled over to pick himself up but saw the bear right on top of him, reaching for him with his left paw and raising his right paw to strike him. At that instant the atheist cried out “Oh my God!” Time stopped. The bear froze. The forest was silent. Even the river stopped moving. As a bright light shone upon the man, a voice came out of the sky,“ You deny my existence for all of these years; teach others I don’t exist; and even credit creation to a cosmic (宇宙的) accident. Do you expect me to help you out of this difficulty? Am I to count you as a believer?” The atheist looked directly into the light. “It would be hypocritical(伪善的)of me to suddenly ask you to treat me as Christian now, but perhaps could you make the bear a Christian?” “Very well,” said the voice. The light went out. The river ran again. And the sounds of the forest resumed. And then the bear dropped his fight paw... brought both paws together... bowed his head and spoke, “Lord, for this food which I am about to receive, I am truly thankful.” 56. According to the passage, the “accident of evolution” refers to the following Except ________. A. rivers B. God C. trees D. the 7 - foot grizzly
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57. It can be inferred from the passage that an atheist is a person ________. A. who believes that there is God B. who likes to do good needs C. who makes a living by selling wood D. who denies the existence of God 58. What is the purpose of this text? A. To tell a real interesting story. B. To give practical advice. C. To convince readers of the existence of God. D. To entertain readers. B Don’t invite crime--take basic, sensible precautions. Your house and possession are valuable and must be properly protected. When you buy a lock, you buy time. The best prevention is delay and noise which could mean discovery. When you leave it, lock it! First of all, fit security locks to all doors and windows and a safety chain on the front door. Secondly, use them ! If you have any ladders or tools, don’t leave them lying about in the garden, lock them away. “Safe” or “secret” places for keys and valuables are not reliable - nine times out of ten, they are the first place a thief will look. When you move house... When you move into a new home even if it is fitted with security locks, change them. You don’t know who else may have keys. Never let strangers into your house. An official - looking cap is not enough, ask for proof of identity and look at it carefully - if you are still not satisfied, don’t let the person in. Valuables need special protection Valuables should really be given special protection - preferably by leaving them with your bank. A small security safe works too, but not to the most determined burglar. It is also important to keep an up - to - date list of valuables and their descriptions. In the case of fine art, paintings, or jewelry, color photographs can sometimes be of assistance to the police if you are unfortunate enough to have them stolen. Enter the details on the back of the pictures. But don’t keep such documents in your house, keep them at the hank or with your insurance company. Going on holiday? Don’t talk about your holidays and future plans loudly in public. Do remember to cancel the milk and newspapers and also to draw curtains back. Operate a “Good Neighbor” program to ensure that mail is taken in, the house is checked regularly and that lights are put on. Call at your local police station and tell them you are going away. Make sure that they know how to contact you in case of trouble. Don’t leave cash or valuables in the house—take them with you or put them in the bank. 59.How should you deal with your ladders or tools? A.You should leave them in the yard. B.You should put them in the safe place and lock the door. C.You should lean them against the tree in the yard. D.You should take them apart. 60.When moving into a new house,you are supposed to_______. A.stop using the original lock B.buy a safe C.never let officials into your house unless he wears an official cap
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D.stay away from strangers 61.In case of your jewelry being stolen,you should do the following Except__________. A.taking a color photo of it B.keep them at the bank C.keep the picture in your house D.keep them with your insurance company 62.When you are away for holidays,you_________. A.should cancel your mail B.shouldn’t leave your keys to your neighbors C.shouldn’t make it known that your home is empty D.should ask the police to check your house regularly C According to new research, there could be a social hierarchy (等级) attached to where people stand in the lift.More senior men stand at the back,young men in the middle and women of all ages at the front. Most people know that awkward feeling when you shuffle(拖着鞋走)into an elevator with other people and try not to make eye contact. But new research suggests it may be down to a subconscious power struggle being played out as you make your way up or down. A study found that people decide where they stand based on a micro social hierarchy, established within seconds of entering the lift. Rebekah Rousi,a Ph.D.student in cognitive science,conducted all ethnographic study of elevator behaviour in two of the tallest office buildings in Adelaide,Australia. As part of her research,she took a total of 30 lift rides in the two buildings,and discovered there was an established order to where people tended to stand. In a blog for Ethnography Matters,she writes that more senior men seemed to direct themselves towards the back of the elevator cabins. She said, “In front of them were younger men,and in front of them were women of all ages. ” She also noticed there was a difference in where people directed their gaze half way through the ride. Men watched the monitors,looked in the side minors(in one building)to see themselves, and in the door mirrors(of the other building)to also watch others. Women would watch the monitors and avoid eye contact with other users ( unless in conversation)and the mirrors,she writes. The doctorate student concluded it could be that people who are shyer stand toward the front, where they can’ t see other passengers, whereas bolder people stand in the back, where they have a view of everyone else. 63.According to the passage,where do women likes to stand in the lift? A.At the back. B.At the front. C.In the middle. D.On the right. 64.What causes people to feel uncomfortable when entering the an elevator? A.The manner people went into the lift.B.The limited space in the lift. C.The subconscious power struggle. D.The micro social hierarchy. 65.Why did Rebekah Rousi take 30 lift rides in buildings in Adelaide,Australia? A.To enjoy the tallest office building. B.To make a study of elevator behavior. C.To go to work there. D.To experience the ride by elevator.
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66.Which of following best summarizes main idea of the passage? A.Women are more attentive than men in the lift. B.Both women and men like to watch the monitors in the lift. C.The shyer you are,the more likely you are to stand at the back in the lift. D.Why where you stand in the lift reflects your social status. D My cat Toto is aging,and as she ages,her body is failing her.Mentally,she seems sharp, but after sixteen years,Toto’s hips are causing her obvious trouble.In fact,they make it so that she can’t use a litter box effectively.She tries to squat(蹲坐) ,but mostly she just pisses(撒 尿弄脏)out the back end of the box. I spent the summer working with my vet to find things to help Toto, but nothing works. Since we can’t stand the smell of cat urine in the house,two weeks ago I took drastic measures.I banished Toto outside. (She gets to come in while I work, but I put her out for 80%of the day and night. ) Because Toto now lives outside, she eats and drinks outside. I’ ve set up a heating pad on the perch.and given her own food and water area nearby.She seems perfectly content with this arrangement except when she’s out of food,or she wants to be petted. Strangely enough,she’s been out of food a lot lately. “I think another cat is eating Toto’s food. ”I told Kris when I first noticed how quickly she was going through her bowl. “Actually, ” I said a couple of days later, “maybe it’ s a dog. Whoever is eating Toto’ s food keeps knocking the bowl over. ” But a few days after that, I realized that the food thief probably Wash’ t even a dog. Whatever the critter (动物) was, it was messy. Every morning, Toto’ s water dish was filled with mud. The food bowl was tipped over and the porch scattered with mud and debris(残渣) . “I’ ll bet it’s a coon(浣熊) , ”I told Kris.Though we live in a residential neighborhood not far from Portland, we’ ve seen plenty of raccoons in the six years since we moved in. Today I got to see the cat-food thievery first-hand.Turns out it’s not a raccoon-it’s a family of four.I was lucky enough to have my camera handy as they performed their daring raid: My favorite part of this video is how Toto simply sits on her heating pad and watches the raccoons eat her food.She isn’t bothered at all. 67.Which of the following about Toto is true? A.She is physically sharp. B.She is at least sixteen years old. C.She can’t use a litter box properly. D.She stays outside all the while recently. 68.The underlined part in the second paragraph is closest in meaning to________. A.drove away or forced somebody or something to leave B.put away or stored something C.protected somebody or something from being harmed D.threw something away 69.What does the writer like most about what he filmed? A.How Toto fought against the raccoons. B.A family of raccoons stole the food together. C.Toto’s casual attitude toward the raccoons. D.How the raccoons made the writer’s porch dirty. 70.What would be the best title of the passage?
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B.A Banished Cat D.The Raccoons on My Porch E Statuses are marvelous human inventions that enable us to get along with one another and to determine where we “fit” in society. As we go about our everyday lives, we mentally attempt to place people in terms of their statuses.For example,we must judge whether the person in the library is a reader or a librarian, whether the telephone caller is a friend or a salesman, whether the unfamiliar person on our property is a thief or a meter reader,and so on. The statuses we assume often vary with the people we encounter,and change throughout life. Most of us can, at very high speed, assume the statuses that various situations require. Much of social interaction consists of identifying and selecting among appropriate statuses and allowing other people to assume their statuses in relation to us.This means that we fit our actions to those of other people, based on a constant mental process of appraisal and interpretation. Although some of us find the task more difficult than others.most of us perform it rather effortlessly. A status has been compared to ready-made clothes.Within certain limits the buyer can choose style and fabric. But an American is not free to choose the costume of a Chinese peasant or that of a Hindu prince. We must choose from among the clothing presented by our society. Further more,our choice is limited to a size that will fit,as well as by our pocketbook.Having made a choice within these limits , we can have certain alterations made , but apart from minor adjustments. We tend to be limited to what the stores have on their racks. Statuses too come ready made,and the range of choice among them is limited. 71.In the first paragraph the writer tells us that statuses can help us_________. A.protect ourselves in unfamiliar situations B.make friends with other people C.determine whether a person is fit for a certain job D.behave appropriately in relation to other people 72.According to the writer,people often assume different statuses ________. A.in order to identify themselves with others B.as the situation changes C.in order to better identify others D.as their mental processes change 73.The underlined word“appraisal”in the 2nd paragraph most likely means_______. A.judgment B.appreciation C.involvement D.presentation 74.In the last sentence of the second paragraph, “it”refers to“_________” . A.identification of other people’s statuses B.fitting our actions to those of other people appropriately C.selecting one’s own statuses D.constant mental process 75.By saying that“an American is not free to choose the costume of a Chinese peasant or that of a Hindu prince” ,the writer means___________. A.different people have different styles of clothes B.ready-made clothes may heed alterations C.our choice of statuses is limited D.statuses come ready made just like clothes 第二节:根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项,选项中有两项
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A.My Aged Cat C.An Unforgettable Experience

为多余选项。 Culture Shock-Our top 3 tips for international students Culture shock is more than a feeling of homesickness or jetlag.______76______ It’s also a very typical experience for international students,so make sure you have all the advice you need with our Top 3 tips on Culture Shock. 1.It’s only temporary. Settling into a new country,learning how to live in a new town,speak the language,make friends,shop and cook?this is not simple.So it’s no surprise really that you may start to feel anxious,depressed,or stressed. ______77______ As you become more confident in your language ability, as you make those friends, and as you get to know your way around, you will start to enjoy all the differences of this new culture.And that,after all.is one reason why you wanted to travel in the first place. 2.Things will be different.But that doesn’t mean they are wrong. You may be surprised by how different the culture really is.______78_______ This doesn’ t mean that you also have to do all these things,but you do have to accept that they are part of this culture.Instead of being overly critical.ask questions to work out what is considered“normal” . 3.________79________ This may be the first time you’ ve lived away from home. So it helps to learn some important skills before you leave. Learn how to cook a few of your favourite meals. make sure you can wash your own clothes and do regular chores such as cleaning. You will probably be living with people you don’t know.such as a family homestay or with other students.________80________ A.People may wear more casual clothes,behave differently with the opposite sex,be very strict about punctuality,or drink and smoke in public. B.You are suddenly on your own... C. How you cope with culture shock is entirely up to you. And there are things you can do to make it easier. D.But these feelings will pass. E.Think about how you can be considerate of their needs,and how you can communicate with them if they don’t speak your language. F.When your going though culture shock,it helps to recognize which phase you are in. G.It can lead to quite severe symptoms,such as feelings of nausea,frustration,extreme tiredness and confusion. 第三部分 写作(共两节,满分 35 分) 第一节:短文改错(共 10 小题,每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) (请在答题纸上作答,否则无效) 下面短文中有 10 处语言错误。请在有错误的地方增加、删除或修改某个单词。 增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧) ,并在该漏字符号下写上该加的词。 删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。 修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该横线下写上修改后的词。 注意:1.每处错误及其修改均仅限一词; 2.只允许修改 10 处,多者(从第 11 处起)不计分。 My father was a first - class chef.I eventually decided to give up my previously job as a salesman and train as a chef.Three years later,I became head chef in restaurant.Soon after
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which,I realized my career was becoming successful and I found I had to make a choice.I could neither work for a big restaurant or open one of my own.And my father became ill and I got his job on my first day.At work I was greeting by an unexpected cold reception.What made it bad was that I was having a bad cold.With my hands shook.I entered the kitchen.I hold my breath. Stood up and said “You all know my Father. Whether you loved him or hated him. I don’ t care about.It’s the past Now.Let’s get to work...” 第二节:书面表达(满分 25 分) (请在答题纸上作答,否则无效) 据悉:北京市教委“将 2016 年高考英语满分调整为 100 分,比过去降低 50 分”的消息 一传出,在网络上引起了热议。就此你班进行讨论,请用英语写一篇文章,谈谈对这一改革 措施的看法。内容应包括如下要点:1.赞成以及原因;2.反对以及原因。 注意:1.词数 100 左右; 2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。 参考词汇:erosion:侵蚀、腐蚀 _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________

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