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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,共 10 页,全卷 150 分,考试时间 120 分钟。第 Ⅰ卷答案涂在答题卡上,第Ⅱ卷答案直接写在答题卷上。

第I卷
注意事项:

(选择题,共 90 分)

1. 答第Ⅰ卷前,考生务必将自己的姓名、准考证号、考试科目涂写在答题卷上。 2. 1—50 每小题选出答案后,用铅笔把答题卡上对应的题目的答案标号涂黑。如需改动,用橡皮擦干净后, 再选涂其他答案。 3. 51—55 小题选出答案后,用钢笔或圆珠笔将答案标号填写在答题卷上相应题号后的横线上。

第一部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分 40 分)
第一节 语法和词汇知识(共 10 小题,每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中选出最佳选项,并在答题卷上相应番号处将该项涂黑。 1. — I wonder if I could use your computer. — _____. A. Yes, please not B. No, you’re welcome C. Sure, go ahead D. No, go ahead

2. Since the college entrance examination is drawing near, why don’t you _____ preparing for it? A. get down to B. set out C. get about D. set foot in

3. _______, I would like to express my wish to meet you again at the next Olympic Games. A. In case B. In common C. In return D. In conclusion

4. Every time ________ he thought of his past, he couldn’t help bursting _________. A. when; out tears B. that; into crying C. which; into tears D. /; out crying

5. They were given nothing ______ dry bread for their evening meal, and they ate it up soon. A. other than B. instead of C. because of D. less than

6. He can’t answer the question _____ he got such a large amount of money overnight. A. when B. that C. how D. what

7. Police have appealed to anyone who ____ the accident to contact them. A. judged B. imagined C. witnessed D. guessed

8. _____ makes life difficult is ____ the process of facing and solving problems is a painful one. A. What; what B. That; that C. That; what D. What; that

9. According to the air traffic rules, you ________ switch off your mobile phone before boarding.

A. may

B. can

C. would

D. should

10. Our parents work hard for us every day to provide for us. There is no reason for us to _____ them down. A. get B. let C. take D. put

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。 Learning to Accept I learned how to accept life as it is from my father. strong and healthy but rather when he was My father was 13 12 and ill. 14 all that away. Now 11 , he did not teach me acceptance when he was

a strong man who loved being active, but a terrible illness 15

he can no longer walk and he must sit quietly in a chair all day. Even talking is him with my sisters, we started very often give things up 18 16

. One night, I went to visit 17 . I said that we must 19 that after

about life, and I told them about one of my

we grow—our youth, our beauty, our friends—but it always 20

we give something up, we gain something new in its place. Then suddenly my father Petet. I gave up 21

up. He said, “But, 22 ,

! What did I gain?” I thought and thought, but I could not think of anything to say. 23

he answered his own question: “I

the love of my family.” I looked at my sisters, and saw tears in their

eyes, along with hope and thankfulness. I was also 24 by his words. After that, when I began to fell irritated(愤怒的) at someone, I 26 25

remember his words and become should be father. Sometimes I 29 27

. If he could replace his great pain with a feeling of love for others, then I 28 , I learned the power of acceptance from my

to give up my small irritations. In this

what other things I could learned from him if I had listened more carefully when I was a 30 . C. However C. poor C. only C. sent C. stressful C. talking C. ambitions C. before D. Meanwhile D. slow D. once D. put D. hopeless D. asking D. beliefs D. till

boy. For now, though, I am grateful for this one 11. A. Afterwards 12. A. tired 13. A. already 14. A. took 15. A. impossible 16. A. worrying 17. A. decisions 18. A. as B. Therefore B. weak B. still B. threw B. difficult B. caring B. experience B. since

19. A. suggests 20. A. spoke 21. A. something 22. A. Surprisingly 23. A. had 24. A. touched 25. A. should 26. A. quiet 27. A. ready 28. A. case 29. A. doubt 30. A. award

B. promises B. turned B. anything B. Immediately B. accepted B. astonish ed B. could B. calm B. likely B. form B. wonder B. gift

C. seems C. summed C. nothing C. Naturally C. gained C. attracted C. would C. relaxed C. free C. method C. know C. lesson

D. requires D. opened D. everything D. Certainly D. enjoyed D. warned D. might D. happy D. able D. way D. guess D. word

第二部分 阅读理解(共两节,满分 50 分)
第一节 阅读下面短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C、D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卷上相应 番号处将该项涂黑。 (共 20 小题,每小题 2 分)

A
Louis Armstrong had two famous nicknames (绰号). Some people called him Bagamo. They said his mouth looked like a large bag. Musicians often called him Pops, as a sign of respect for his influence on the world of music. Born in 1901 in New Orleans, he grew up poor, but lived among great musicians. Jazz was invented in the city a few years before his birth. Armstrong often said, “Jazz and I grew up together.” Armstrong showed a great talent for music when he was taught to play the cornet (短号) at a boy’s home. In his late teens, Armstrong began to live the life of a musician. He played in parades, clubs, and on the steamboats that traveled on the Mississippi River. At that time, New Orleans was famous for the new music of jazz and was home to many great musicians. Armstrong learned from the older musicians and soon became respected as their equal. In 1922 he went to Chicago. There, the tale of Louis Armstrong begins. From then until the end of his life, Armstrong was celebrated and loved wherever he went. Armstrong had no equal when it came to playing the American popular song. His cornet playing had a deep humanity (仁爱) and warmth that caused many listeners to say, “Listening to

Pops just makes you feel good all over.” He was the father of the jazz style and also one of the best-known and most admired people in the world. His death, on July 6, 1971, was headline news around the world. 31. Armstrong was called Pops because he _________. A. looked like a musician C. showed an interest in music 32. The third paragraph is developed _________. A. by space B. by examples . B. was a musician of much influence D. traveled to play modern music . C. by time D. by comparison

33. Which statement about Armstrong is true? A. His tale begins in New Orleans. C. His music was popular with his listeners. 34. Which would be the best title for the text? A. The Invention of the Jazz Music C. The Making of a Musician B. The Father of the Jazz Style D. The Spread of Popular Music B. He was born before jazz was invented. D. He learned popular music at a boy’s home.

B
Monday: Here I am, in the middle of nowhere. This camping trip idea is not getting off to a very good start. It’s raining and the tent leaks. The hiking seemed to take forever, and I still can’t understand how it could all have been up hill! How did I ever let my brother talk me into this? When we get home—if we ever get home—he’s going to have to do something great to get back on my good side. Maybe he should sponsor a shopping spree(狂购)at the mall! Tuesday: Things are looking up. The sun came out today, so we were able to leave the tents and dry out. We camped at the edge of a small lake that I couldn’t se e before because of the rain and fog. The mountains are all around us, and the forest is absolutely beautiful. We spent most of the day dragging out everything out of our backpacks or tents and putting it where the sun could dry it out. Later in the afternoon we tried to catch the fish for dinner, but the fi sh were smarter than we were. At night we built a fire and sang songs happily. Wednesday: We hiked to the far side of the lake and climbed to the top of a small peak. From there we could see how high the other mountains were and how far the forest spread around us. On the way up we passed through a snowfield! Thursday: I caught my first fish! We followed the stream that fed the lake. After about two miles, we came to a section that Carol said looked “fishy”. She had a pack rod(竿), which can be carried in a backpack. I asked to cast it, and I caught a fish on my first try. Carol caught a few more. But they were just too pretty to eat for lunch so we put

them back in the stream. Friday: I can’t believe we are going home already. It will be nice to get a hot shower, sleep in a real bed, and eat junk food, but the trip has been wonderful. We’re already talking about another camping adventure next year where we canoe down a river. It’s hard to believe, but I think this city girl has a little country blood in her veins. 35. The writer went on this camping trip because ______. A. she enjoyed camping C. she was influenced by her brother 36. The most of Tuesday, the writer ______. A. hiked along the lake C. climbed the mountain B. dried out her belongings
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B. she wanted to go fishing D. she was tired of staying home

D. caught the fish for dinner

37. It can be inferred that Carol had a pack rod with her because _____. A. she could not afford to buy a regular fishing pole B. she needed it to get their main source of food C. she thought the writer of the journal might need it D. she expected to go fishing while they were hiking 38. It is likely that the writer will _____. A. go on another camping trip C. make her brother buy her something B. invite Carol to go fishing together D. convince her brother to go camping C
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Over the last 70 years, researchers have been studying happy and unhappy people and finally found out ten factors that make a difference. Our feelings of wel l-being at any moment are determined to a certain degree by genes. However, of all the factors, wealth and age are the top two. Money can buy a degree of happiness. But once you can afford to feed, clothe and house yourself, each extra dollar makes less and less difference. Researchers find that, on average, wealthier people are happier. But the link between money and happiness is complex. In the past half-century, average inc ome has sharply increased in developed countries, yet happiness levels have remained almost the same. Once your basic needs are met, money only seems to increase happiness if you have more than your friends, neighbors and colleagues. “Dollars buy status, and status makes people feel better,” conclude some experts, which helps explain why people who can seek status in other ways---scientists or actors, for example---may happily accept relatively

poorly-paid jobs. In a research, Professor Alex Michalos found that the people whose desires---not just for money, but for friends, family, job, health---rose furthest beyond what they already had, tended to be less happy than those who felt a smaller gap (差距). Indeed, the size of the gap predicted happiness about five times better than income alone. “The gap measures just blow away the only measures of income.” says Michalos. Another factor that has to do with happiness is age. Old age may not be so bad. “Given all the problems of aging, how could the elderly be more satisfied?”asks Professor Laura Carstensen. In one survey, Carstensen interviewed 184 people between the ages of 18 and 94, and asked them to fill out an emotions questionnaire. She found that old people reported positive emotions just as often as young people, but negative emotions much less often. Why are old people happier? Some scientists suggest older people may expect life to be harder and learn to live with it, or they're more realistic about their goals, only setting ones that they know they can achieve. But Carstensen thinks that with time running out, older people have learned to focus on things that make them happy and let go of those that don't. “People realize not only what they have, but also that what they have cannot last forever,” she says. “A goodbye kiss to a husband or wife at the age of 85, for example, may bring far more complex emotional responses than a similar kiss to a boy or girl friend at the age of 20.” 39. According to the passage, the feeling of happiness ________. A. is determined partly by genes C. has little to do with wealth B. increases gradually with age D. is measured by desires

40. Some actors would like to accept poorly-paid jobs because the jobs ________. A. make them feel much better C. improve their social position B. provide chances to make friends D. satisfy their professional interests

41. Aged people are more likely to feel happy because they are more ? A. optimistic B. successful C. practical D. emotional

42. Professor Alex Michalos found that people feel less happy if________ . A. the gap between reality and desire is b igger C. their income is below their expectation B. they have a stronger desire for friendship D. the hope for good health is greater

D
You’re going to love learning how to write clerihews (打油诗) Why? Because clerihews are funny poems you .

write about specific people. That means when you learn to write a clerihew, you can instantly write funny poems about your parents, your teacher, your favorite movie star, your best friend, your pet, or anyone else you can think of. Clerihews have just a few simple rules. They are four lines long. The first and second lines rhyme with each other, and the third and fourth lines rhyme with each other. The first line names a person, and the second line ends with something that rhymes with the name of the person. A clerihew should be funny. That’s it! You don’t have to worry about counting syllables(音节)or words, and you don’t even have to worry about the rhythm of the poem. Let’s say your art teacher was named Mr. Shaw, and you wanted to write a clerihew about him. You might write your clerihew like this: Our art teacher, Mr. Shaw, Really knows how to _____. But his awful paintings, Have caused many faintings. And you don’t have to limit your clerihews to real people. You can even write clerihews about characters from books, movies, comics, cartoons, etc. Here’s an example of a clerihew about a character from a book: The enemy of Harry Potter, Was a scheming(狡诈的)plotter. I can’t tell you what he’s called; I’d be ashamed, To name “he who must not be named”. So you see, clerihews are short, easy to write and can be about any person or character, real or not. They can be about people you know, people you don’t know, or even about animals, cartoon characters, rock groups, or anyone else you can think of. Just remember, put the person’s name at the end of the first line, rhyme it at the end of the second line, and then write two more rhyming lines that make it funny, and you’re done. 43. When writing a clerihew, the person’s name ______. A. should be put at the end of the first line B. should be rhymed at the end of the last line C. need to be rhymed at the end of the third line D. must be real and familiar

44. Which of the following ideas about clerihews does the author believe? A. There can be more than four lines in a clerihew. B .The first and third lines rhyme with each other in a clerihew. C. They must be funny and meaningful. D. One can write clerihews about characters from books or cartoons. 45. If we fill in the blank in the fourth paragraph with a proper word, which of the following should we choose? A. show B. laugh C. draw D. ring

46. Which of the following would be the best title for the passage? A. Clerihews Are Funny C. The Rules of the Clerihew B. How to Write a Clerihew D. Writing a Clerihew about Your Teacher

47. What kind of people is the text most probably written for? A. Poets. B. Students. C. Artists. D. Teachers.

E
Today about 70 countries use Daylight Saving Time (DST). Daylight Saving was first introduced during World War I in Australia. During the world wars, DST was used for the late summers beginning January 1917 and 1942, and the full summers beginning September 1942 and 1943. In 1967, Tasmania experienced a drought(干旱). The State Government introduced one hour of daylight saving that summer as a way of saving power and water. Tasmanians liked the idea of daylight saving and the Tasmanian Government has declared daylight saving each summer since 1968. Persuaded by the Tasmanian Government, all states except two passed a law in 1971, for a test use of daylight saving. In 1972, New South Wales, South Australia and Victoria joined Tasmania for regular daylight saving, but Queensland did not do so until 1989. Tasmania, Queensland and South Australia have had irregular plans, often changing their dates due to politics or festivals. For example, in 1992, Tasmania extended(延长)daylight saving by an extra month while South A ustralia began extending daylight saving by two weeks for the Adelaide Festival. Special daylight saving plans were made during the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. The differences in daylight saving in Australia continue to cause serious problems in transport and many other social activities. It also reduces the number of hours in the working day that are common to all centers in the

country. In particular, time differences along the east coast cause major differences, especially for the broadcasters of national radio and television. 48. Daylight Saving Time was introduced in Tasmania _______________. A. to stop the drought in 1967 C. to pass a special law in the state B. to support government officials D. to save water and electricity
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49. What can we learn about DST in some Australian states? A. It doesn’t have fixed dates. C. Its plan was changed in 2000.

B. It is not used in festivals. D. It lasts for two weeks.

50. What do we know about the use of DST from the last paragraph? A. There exist some disadvantages. C. It brings about longer working days. B. It helps little to save energy. D. Radio and TV programs become different.

第二节 根据对话内容,从对话后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。 (共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) ——Hello, this is Susan Wilson. May I speak to Greg Robinson, please? ——Hi, Susan! 51 What can I do for you?

——Well, I’m calling to tell you about the theatre group I belong to, the Princeton players. We’re looking for more people to join, especially men. 52

——Oh, you know how much I love acting, but I’m taking some very hard courses. I might be able to learn my part, but 53

——Well, actually we rehearse only one night a week, Thursday, from 7 to 10, though we would have to put in extra time before a performance. ——Only once a week, you say? 54

——Sure. But look, why don’t you come and watch our rehearsal next Thursday? I think you will like the way we work. When you see how much fun it is, you’ll want to join right away. ——Ok, I’ll come to a rehearsal, 55

——Great! I’ll give you a call on Wednesday to remind you. Talk to you then. Bye for now. ——Bye, Susan. A. I’m Greg Robinson. B. And I thought you might be interested in it. C. It’s Greg.

D. but I can’t promise more than that. E. I would hardly have time to rehearse. F. if the play interests me. G. Well, could you give me time to think it over?

第Ⅱ卷 (非选择题,共 60 分) 第三部分 写作(共三节,满分 60 分)
第一节 阅读表达(共 5 小题, 每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) 注意事项:用钢笔或圆珠笔直接将答案填写在答题卷上相应题号后的横线上。 Reading for pleasure is the easiest way to become a better reader in English. It is also the most important way. Some students say they don’t want to read for pleasure. They say they want to use their time to learn the rules of the language and new words. They say that pleasure reading is too easy. Many experts say pleasure reading is very important for learning English. Dr. Stephen Krashen, a famous expert on learning languages, says that pleasure reading helps you learn many important things about Engli sh. Students learn more grammar and more words when they read for pleasure. They also learn more about good writing. Dr. Krashen tells us that pleasure reading helps each student in a different way. Each student needs to learn something different. Pleasure reading makes it possible for each student to learn what he or she needs. Reading for pleasure is ___________ studying. When you read for pleasure, you choose your own books, and you don’t have to remember everything. There are no tests on your pleasure reading books. Pleasure reading will help you: ●learn how English speakers use English ●read faster in English ●find examples of good writing in English ●learn new words ●learn about the cultures of English speakers 56. Why is pleasure reading important for learning English?(no more than 10 words) _________________________________________________________________________ 57. Which is the easier way to become a better reader, pleasure reading or studying? ________________________________________________________________________

58. What do some students think of pleasure reading? (no more than 5 words) ________________________________________________________________________ 59.What's the advantage of pleasure reading mentioned in paragraph 4? (no more than 10 words) ________________________________________________________________________ 60. Fill in the blank in paragraph 5 with proper words. (no more than 4 words) ________________________________________________________________________ 第二节 短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 15 分) 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(∧ ),并在其下面写上该加的词。 删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。 修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写上修改后的词。 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。 It was a half past six in the afternoon. Mr. Brown closed his shop, buying a paper and then walked to nearest

bus stop. When a bus came, Mr. Brown got in. He found a empty seat near the front of the bus and sit down on it.

He opened his paper and began read it. After a little minutes a lady got into the bus. She came and stood in the front

of Mr. Brown. Mr. Brown saw her and got out of her seat, but the lady pushed him to back into it again.

第三节:书面表达(满分 35 分) 2012 年 12 月 3 日,我校在操 场举行了升旗仪式。主题是:注意安全,珍爱生命。学生代表张峰作了发 言;接着校长提出了具体要求。请你就此事用英语写一篇报道。注意:报道必须包括以下内容: 学生
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安全隐患多(体育运动损伤,交通事故…) 注意安全,多学点急救知识 一人安全,全家幸福

校长

严禁校园骑车

教学区内,不得进行球类运动 上学及回家路上遵守交通规则 注意:1.报道必须包括所有内容要点,可适当发挥; 2.报道开头已为你写好,不计入总词数; 3.词数:120 词左右. 4.参考词汇:安全隐患:hidden threat against safety 急救:first aid 教学区: academic areas

On December 3rd, 2012, our school held a flag-raising ceremony in the playground with the theme “For your safety, for your life!” Zhang Feng, one of the students made a speech. ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____ ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________

棠中外语学校高 2013 届 12 月考英语试题答案

第二节 (共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) 51-55 CBEGD

评分建议:1.根据文章内容,能正确概括文章大意, 语句通顺, 字体清楚、无拼写、语法错误, 均可得 分。2. 有语言 错误,酌情扣分。3. 铅笔或者用中文答题,一律判 0 分。 第二节 短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 15 分) 1. 去掉 a 7. little---few 2. buying---bought 8. 去掉 the 3. nearest 前加 the 10. 去掉 to 4. a---an 5. sit---sat 6. read 前加 to

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