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中山市 2011 年高中英语读写能力竞赛

高二竞赛试卷
注意事项: 1、竞赛时间 100 分钟,总分 100 分; 2、答题前,务必用黑色字迹钢笔或签字笔将自己的姓名和竞赛编号填写在答题卡上; 3、阅读题选出答案后,用 2B 铅笔把答题卡上对应题目选项的答案信息点涂黑,如需改动,用橡皮擦干净后,再 选涂其他答案,答案不能答在试卷上; 4、写作题必须用黑色字迹钢笔或签字笔作答,答案必须写在答题卡指定区域内相应位置上,不准使用铅笔和涂改 液; 5、必须保持答题卡的整洁。竞赛结束后,将答题卡交回。

第一部分
第一节

阅读 (共两节,满分 70 分)

阅读理解(共 30 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 60 分)

阅读下列六篇短文,从每题所给的 A、B、C 和 D 项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

Passage 1
Except for a few times, Americans are not big present-givers. There's no exchange of presents among business people, and if one American tries to give another a present, it may look like that he wants to bribe (贿赂) him. Americans have learned that in some other countries people like to give presents to others, but among ourselves we don't see the need for presents. Even friends may never exchange presents. When I go to foreign countries, I try to bring back little things for close friends, but nobody would feel unhappy if I didn't. I don't often remember a friend's birthday, and few people outside of my family remember mine. If someone gave me presents too often, I'd get unpleasant. But a present from a foreigner — that kind from his or her homeland — won't go wrong, except to government employees (政府职员) who can't be given presents. You usually open a present at once and in front of the person who gives it except Christmas and birthday presents. You should only say, "It's so nice. Thanks!" when you get Christmas or birthday presents. You may want to bring a bottle of wine (葡萄酒) or flowers to a dinner party, but you're never asked to. Nobody will mind if you bring wine, but your friend may not use it that evening. At Christmas we often give presents to our family and sometimes our friends. We also give presents to people who have been helpful during the year — doormen, babysitters, housecleaners, newspaper senders — anyone who has often helped us. 1. What does "close friends" in Paragraph 2 mean in the passage? A. The friends who are very kind. B. The friends who live close to each other. C. The friends who were once classmates. D. The friends who you like most. 2. What kind of presents don't Americans usually open in front of the givers? A. The small presents. B. Christmas or birthday presents.
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C. The expensive presents. D. The presents for dinner party. 3. Why do Americans also give presents to housecleaners at Christmas? A. To pay them. B. To help them. C. To thank them. D. To make them work harder. 4. Which of the following do you think is right? A. American business people don't want presents because they are rich enough. B. The writer of this passage must be an American. C. Everyone must give presents to one's family and friends at Christmas. D. Government employees can get little presents from a foreigner. 5. What is the main idea of the passage? A. Present-giving in the United States. B. Customs (习俗) in the United States. C. American people and present-giving. D. When and how to give presents.

Passage 2
Reuters — Israel was happy, very happy. The news of a deal to bring home the kidnapped soldier Gilad Shalit arrived with the holiday of Sukkot, a traditionally cheerful weeklong harvest festival made lively by the news that a young man held captive by Hamas for five years was coming home to his family. But by the time Shalit actually walked free on Tuesday, the excitement was lessened by the reality of the price Israelis had paid to set him free. The 1,027 Palestinian prisoners to be exchanged for the lone Israeli corporal turned out to include men and women convicted of some of the worst terrorism attacks in a country still haunted by the memory of the second intifadeh (武装 起事). Just around the corner, on King George Street, Alan Bauer had been walking home with his son on March 21, 2002, when a Palestinian man named Mohammad Hashaika set off a suicide vest packed with metal scraps. The head of a screw pierced his son Yonatan's brain; the boy survived but was blind for three weeks and still limps. Another bit of metal went through Bauer's left forearm. Eighty-four other people were wounded that day. Of the three killed, one was a woman pregnant with twins. Though the bomber of course died, Israeli courts convicted the two women who drove him to the site of the bombing, easing his way past the Israeli checkpoint by buying flowers to carry in the Mother's Day crowd. The women watched from a safe distance — though still near enough that one entered a restaurant in clothes flecked with flesh. "These women, as I speak, are being released," Bauer says. 6. From the passage we know that _________. A. Gilad Shalit was a Israeli soldier B. Sukkot was a town of Israel C. Gilad Shalit was a Palestinian prisoner D. Sukkot was a holiday for Gilad Shalit 7. The Israelis‘ excitement was lessened because _________. A. The price of Gilad Shalit was too high B. Israelis didn‘t really want the unequal deal C. One Israeli soldier was exchanged for 1,027 Palestinian prisoners D. Some men and women were accused of the worst terrorism attacks 8. In a terrorism attack on King George Street _________. A. Alan Bauer and his son were both killed B. Altogether eighty-six people were wounded C. A woman and her twins were the only victims D. Mohammad Hashaika committed suicide for two women
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9. Israeli courts convicted the two women because __________. A. they bought flowers to carry on the Mother's Day B. they watched the Israeli checkpoint from a safe distance C. they entered a restaurant in clothes flecked with flesh D. they helped the bomber do a terrorism attack 10. The best title of this news might be __________. A. Gilad Shalit Release — Too High a Price for Israel B. Gilad Shalit Release: Israel's Joy Lessened by Memories of an Intifadeh C. Gilad Shalit: A Hero in Israel Fighting Against Terrorism Attacks D. Gilad Shalit: Reminding Israelis of Unforgettable Terrorism

Passage 3
Steve Jobs (February 24, 1955 – October 5, 2011) was an American business magnate and inventor. He was co-founder, chairman, and chief executive officer of Apple Inc. Jobs was co-founder and previously served as chief executive of Pixar Animation Studios; he became a member of the board of directors of the Walt Disney Company in 2006, following the acquisition of Pixar by Disney. In the late 1970s, Jobs — along with Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, Mike Markkula and others — designed, developed, and marketed one of the first commercially successful lines of personal computers, the Apple II series. In the early 1980s, Jobs was among the first to see the commercial potential of Xerox PARC's mouse-driven graphical user interface, which led to the creation of the Apple Lisa and, one year later, the Macintosh. After losing a power struggle with the board of directors in 1985, Jobs left Apple and founded NeXT, a computer platform development company specializing in the higher-education and business markets. In 1986, he acquired the computer graphics division of Lucasfilm Ltd, which was spun off (剥离) as Pixar Animation Studios. He was credited in Toy Story (1995) as an executive producer. He remained CEO and majority shareholder at 50.1 percent until its acquisition by The Walt Disney Company in 2006, making Jobs Disney's largest individual shareholder at seven percent and a member of Disney's Board of Directors. Apple's 1996 buyout of NeXT brought Jobs back to the company he co-founded, and he served as its interim CEO from 1997, then becoming permanent CEO from 2000 onwards, spearheading the advent of the iPod, iPhone and iPad. From 2003, he fought an eight-year battle with cancer, and eventually resigned as CEO in August 2011, while on his third medical leave. He was then elected chairman of Apple's board of directors. On October 5, 2011, around 3:00 p.m., Jobs died at his home in Palo Alto, California, aged 56, six weeks after resigning as CEO of Apple. His occupation was listed as "entrepreneur" in the "high tech" business. 11. Steve Jobs was a founder of several companies except ________. A. Apple Inc. B. Pixar Animation Studios C. NeXT 12. The Apple II series was actually ________. A. designed, developed, and marketed three co-founders B. the first commercially successful personal computers C. first produced in the early 1980s D. made with the earliest mouse 13. It can be inferred from the passage that ________. A. Toy Story was actually a failure of Steve Jobs‘ B. Steve Jobs bought part of The Walt Disney Company C. Steve Jobs was the biggest boss of Pixar Animation Studios D. Steve Jobs always worked in Apple Inc. 14. The underlined word ―spearheading” in Paragraph 3 means ________.
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D. Walt Disney

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A. leading B. playing C. declaring D. sending 15. Why Steve Jobs resigned in August 2011 was that ________. A. he lost a power struggle with the board of directors B. the company he was working for was bought out C. he wanted to came out of the "high tech" business D. his disease were becoming more and more serious

Passage 4
―A very disruptive six-year old child kicked my legs and clawed at my hand,‖ said one teacher. ―I broke up a fight and was kicked between my legs,‖ said another. Many people have heard stories like this. But the situation is more worrying still and it involves parents. Every child, regardless of the circumstances into which they are born, has the right to achieve their potential, regardless of their parents‘ wealth and class. And we recognize that, as a nation, it is a long way to achieve this goal. But rights come with responsibilities and what worries people is that we are in danger of neglecting the latter. Far too many children are behaving badly at school, even to the point of being violent to staff. This is terrible enough, but it is hard to be surprised since many children are just mirroring the behavior of their parents. Too many are starting school unable to hold a knife and fork, unused to eating at a table, and unable to use the lavatory properly. We are in danger of becoming a nation of families living separate lives under one roof. The bedroom, once a place to sleep, has become the living space for the young. Spending hours in front of computer screens, on social networking sites or being immersed in computer games, children and young people spend little time with their parents. Parents are unable to monitor just what their children are watching. Schools cannot right the wrongs of society and teachers cannot become substitute parents. Both parties need to work together. Parents must be helped and given confidence to take back control. They are responsible for setting boundaries for their children‘s behavior and sticking to those boundaries when the going gets tough. They are responsible for setting a good example to their children and for devoting that most precious of resources — time — so that children come to school ready and willing to learn. 16. In the opinion of the writer, what problem do people ignore? A. The school violence. B. The pressure of students‘ learning C. The right to achieve students‘ potential. D. The responsibilities of the students. 17. The writer‘s attitude to the behaviors of parents may be that of ________. A. dissatisfied B. unconcern C. understanding D. tolerance 18. The underlined part in Paragraph 4 may mean ________. A. parents and children live in their separate rooms B. parents care little about children‘s life at home C. children don‘t live with their parents in the same room D. at home children live a different life from that of parents 19. From the last paragraph, we can infer that . A. schools can‘t correct the wrongs that society does to teachers B. teachers have no responsibility for playing the role of parents
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C. parents should spend time with children making them ready to learn D. students are responsible for making themselves known in society 20. Which of the following might be the best title for the passage? A. Children‘s behavior at school is worrying people. B. Parents expect schools to correct their children‘s bad habits. C. There is no point in parents‘ teaching children at home. D. Don‘t blame teachers when it‘s parents who are failing.

Passage 5
Telepathy is the ability to communicate without the use of the five senses (sight, hearing, touch, smell, taste). It‘s an instinct (本能) which can be woken up in times of emergency or need. When we feel that something is happening or about to happen by instinct, we‘re using resources within the unconscious mind. When the resources of two persons‘ unconscious minds link together into the same frequency, we call it Telepathy. We can either send or receive Telepathy. If you know who is calling before you answer the ringing phone, you are probably a good receiver. If you think of a person and he/she calls you, you are most likely to be better at sending. You can easily put your abilities to the test. Think of somebody and will him or her to contact you. Be patient. The other person may not be a good receiver, but they should contact you much earlier than would normally be expected. Or whenever the phones rings, but try ―feeling‖ who is contacting you. Don‘t guess, but try to feel it with your mind. However, if neither of these work for you, that doesn‘t mean that you have no ability of telepathy. As mentioned earlier, telepathy is most likely to turn up in case of emergency. Telepathy dreams often contain telepathic messages. Two people may both dream of the other and find that their dreams had a clear connection. These people are probably linking to each other‘s unconscious mind. The more people spend time together, the more likely they are to be able to link up to the other‘s mind, especially when separated. There are two reasons for this. One is that they understand the other‘s mind through time spent together; the other is that there is usually a strong desire to communicate. A mother will often sense that her child is in danger. This is due to the child‘s eagerly wanting his or her mother, knowing that this person who would always want to be there for them, and the mother‘s deep desire to protect her child from harm. 21. Telepathy turns up when we _________. A. sense a close friend in danger C. recall things from our memory A. can feel your mom is in danger C. can tell who knocks at your door A. you have no ability of telepathy B. you are not unconscious enough C. you are good at neither receiving nor sending D. the condition doesn‘t turn up yet 24. Which is not the way to help people gain Telepathy? A. Help them have a strong desire to communicate. B. Help them link up their unconscious minds.
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B. use the five senses together D. think of a stranger B. receive a friend‘s call as you wish D. dream of a friend dreaming of you

22. You‘re better at sending than receiving Telepathy if you _________.

23. You fail to test your ability of telepathy, which means _________.

C. Separate them as long as possible. D. Have them spend much time together. 25. The following cases probably show telepathy except _________. A. you are longing to see your close friend and now she turns up B. you dreamed of shopping with a friend and then knew the other dreamed similarly C. the mother knows what her son needs to learn at different ages D. the twins know each other‘s feelings and needs even if separated

Passage 6
Like many college students, Aruna Kenyi went home over the summer to see his family. Unlike most of those of his age though, the 22 year old's journey took him halfway around the world to his native Sudan – or to what used to be Sudan - and is now the new independent Republic of South Sudan. It was the first trip home in 16 years for the University of Maine-Farmington senior. When he visited his birthplace of Kansuk, the memories came flooding back. His recollections are of civil war and how, as a 5-year-old boy, he and his three brothers were separated from their parents when militiamen ransacked(洗劫) his village. Thinking their parents had been killed, the brothers joined thousands of other so-called ?Lost Boys,‘ moving from village to village, trying to keep away from war and famine. They ended up in a camp in Uganda. And in November 2003, they finally were moved to the U.S. The first state that they lived in was Virginia, and after that moved to Maine. But Kenyi never forgot his homeland. In 2005, he learned that his parents had survived the war back home. Earlier this year, he voted in elections for South Sudanese independence. And, as part of his studies at the University of Maine where he is majoring in community health education, Kenyi suggested setting up a high school lunch program in Kansuk. ―I really feel the need that if children are fed they are more likely to learn better, and perform better in school," Kenyi says. "It also improves their health. So I went there with the thought of wanting to start a school lunch program, but it didn't turn out the way I wanted it to be. I didn't have enough money to start the program.‖ Before the trip, Kenyi set up a plan to raise $90,000, the cost of providing a daily meal for all 500 kids at the local high school for one year. With the $2,600 he did collect, Kenyi bought water containers so the students have clean drinking water. He also set up a sponsorship(赞助) program to pay volunteer teachers at the village kindergarten. During his trip, Kenyi discovered that the children needed a lot more than school lunches. But Kenyi's primary concern remains the school lunch program. Kenyi is determined to continue money-raising to meet his goal of setting up a school lunch program in Kansuk. He's visiting church groups, schools and colleges in New England and beyond, for financial support. A successful lunch program in Kansuk, he hopes, will provide a model for other areas in South Sudan to do the same.

26. Which of the following is most probably the title of the passage? A. 'Lost Boy' Returns to Help South Sudan Village B. Hard life of a Sudan boy C. A student trying to help children in Sudan D. South Sudan schools need a lot of help
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27. What is the correct order of the following events? a. became a university student in Maine b. left Kansuk c. settled down in the U.S d. went back to Kansuk e. discovered that children in Kansuk needed more f. suggested a high school lunch program in Kansuk A. d. a. c. e. b. f B. b. c. a. f. e. d C. b. c. a. f. d. e D. c. a. b. d. f. e

28. Which of the following statements is not true according to the text? A. There was a war in Sudan when Aruna Kenyi was 5 years old. B. Before Aruna Kenyi went back home, he had collected $2,600 C. His school lunch program in Kansuk has set a good example in the whole of Sudan D. $90,000 can only last one year for 500 students to have a daily meal. 29. You can know all of the following information about Aruna Kenyi except__________. A. his experience in the civil war C. what he studies in university 30. What can be inferred according to the text? A. Aruna Kenyi is trying hard to achieve his goal now. B. Aruna Kenyi was born in a poor and large family. C. Aruna Kenyi hated war. D. Aruna Kenyi is good at raising money. B. his present plan D. his living conditions in the US

第二节

信息匹配(共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分)

下面是一篇应用文及其应用场合的信息,请阅读下列应用文和相关信息,并按照要求匹配信息。 首先请阅读下面有关一些休闲场所的简要描述: A. Pacha London www.pachalondon.com The world‘s most historic club is set in a building of the 1920s beautifully decorated in its original oak paneling and features an impressive glass ceiling. You can enjoy beauty, style and elegance when clubbing at London‘s most historic night club Pacha and appreciate works of some famous musicians. [来源:学+科+网 Z+X+X+K] B.Amika London www.amikalondon.com[来源:学 Amika plays host to the new super elite(精英) who are seeking the latest fashion trends. A unique playground designed for fun. It is the final destination for major players and glitterati(上层人士) alike. It features table reservations & bookings, events and corporate bookings. C. SeOne Club London www.seonelondon.com SeOne is one of London‘s largest music clubs. Situated in the north of London, SeOne consists of five rooms. It can be broken down into smaller spaces and can be used for parties as small as 100 people. SeOne Club has attracted all kinds of promoters and event organizers, from corporate giants to dance promoters. D.Koko Club www.koko.uk.com Situated at 1A Camden High Street, Central London, Koko Club represents a versatile(通用的), 21st-century club. It‘s very adaptable so it can be used for anything---from small comedy to international music awards. A must visit! E.Bar Rumba www.barrumba.co.uk
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Located in London‘s west end, Bar Rumba is one of London‘s leading late night clubs. Playing funk, jazz, Afro-beat, Latin, Cuban, salsa, drum & bass, break beat. It has an amazing sound system for dance music. Every night it delivers a different beat---from hip hop to Latin dance, from grime to jazz. F.Club Colosseum www.clubcolosseum.com Situated in 1 Nine Elms Lane. Vauxall, London, Club Colosseum won the world‘s best club award in 1999. Now it features a new VIP room, a spectacular riverside bar with a view all over London & the River Thames. 阅读下面几位人员的情况简介,请匹配他们感兴趣的休闲场所: 31. Michael is a great painter and has just moved to London from America. On his arrival, Michael was struck by the beautiful Thames. He dreams of going to a famous night club where he can easily appreciate the unique view of the river. 32. Nancy comes from Japan and wants to go to a world-famous night club with a long history to help her know more about the British culture. Besides, Nancy likes to listen to great musical masterpieces. 33. Laura is crazy about dancing and enjoys different dances with fascinating dance music. Now she is in search of a night club that can offer her quality dance diversity. 34. Lily would like to celebrate her eighteenth birthday at a proper night club next week. She intends to invite over a hundred friends and relatives to her birthday party, most of whom are working in northern London and are true music lovers. 35. Harry is the general manager of a large company in London and he would like to go to a night club which is fashionable. What‘s more, it should be suitable for someone of his status.

第二部分

写作(共一节,满分 30 分)

阅读下面的短文,然后按照要求写一篇 150 词左右的英语短文。 A teacher was speaking to the students at a school. He began his lesson by holding up a 100-dollar bill. Then he said to the three hundred students, ―Who would like this 100-dollar bill?‖ The students began to put up their hands at once. Then he said, ―I am going to give this 100-dollar bill to one of you, but first, let me do this.‖ He then made the bill into a ball. Then he said, ―Who wants it now?‖ The hands went back into the air. ―Well,‖ he said, ―What if I do this?‖ and he dropped it on the floor and stepped on it. He picked up the dirty, crumpled bill and said, ―Who still wants it?‖ Hands went back into the air again. ―My friends,‖ he said, ―you have learned a valuable lesson today. No matter what I did to the money, you still wanted it because it did not go down in value. It was still worth l00 dollars. Many times in our lives, we are dropped, crumpled, and stepped on by the chances we take and the things that happen to us. We feel as if we are worth nothing. But remember, no matter what has happened to you, you will never lose your value: you are always valuable to those people who love you. Your value doesn‘t come from what you do or whom you know, but WHO YOU ARE. You are special and valuable. Don‘t ever forget it!‖ [写作内容] 1. 以约 30 个词概括上文的主要内容; 2. 以约 120 个词阐述你对人生价值的个人观点,内容包括: ⑴ 你对人生价值的看法; ⑵ 你或周围的人对人生价值的错误认识与态度; ⑶ 你认为该如何实现自己的人生价值。 [写作要求] 1. 作文中可以使用亲身经历或虚构的故事,也可以参照阅读材料的内容,但不得直接引用原文中的句子; 2. 作文中不能出现真实姓名和学校名称。 [评分标准] 概括准确,语言规范,内容合适,语篇连贯。
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