齐齐哈尔市 2013 届高三第三次高考模拟考试英语试题
考生注意： 1.本试卷分第一卷和第二卷两部分，共 150 分。考试时间 120 分钟。 2.请将个体答案填在答题卡上。 3.本试卷主要考试内容：高中综合。
第一卷 （选择题，共 115 分）
第一部分 听力理解 （共两节， 满分 30 分） 第一节(共 5 小题；每小题 1．5 分，
满分 7．5 分) 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有一个小题，从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选 项中选出最佳选项，并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后，你都有 10 秒钟 的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 1. Why didn’t the woman listen to the sports news last night? A.She had to prepare for a lecture. B.She forgot the time. C.She had a late class. 2. Which country will the man visit next? A. Switzerland. B. Austria. C. Belgium. 3. What did the woman buy today? A. A skirt. B. A jacket. C. A pair of shoes. 4. What will the man do? A. Look for a part-time job. B .Keep his problem a close secret. C. Tell his parents about his thought. 5. How did the man feel when the professor called on him in class? A. Excited. B. Nervous. C. Unhappy. 第二节(共 15 小题；每小题 1．5 分，满分 22．5 分) 听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题，从题中所给的 A、 B、C 三个选项中选出最佳选项，并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前， 你将有时间阅读各个小题，每小题 5 秒钟；听完后，各小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答 时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第六段材料，回答第 6 至 7 题。 6. What are the speakers mainly talking about? A. The person at a party. B.The clothes at a party. C. The preparation for a party. 7. What does the woman think of the guy in the corner? A. Boring. B. Humorous. C. Responsible. 听第七段材料，回答第 8 至 9 题。 8. What does the woman ask the man to do at first? A A. Eat out. B. Go to a club. C. Watch a movie.
9. Where will the speakers meet on Friday evening? A. At a cinema. B. At the woman’s house. C. At the woman’s office.学 听第八段材料，回答第 10 至 12 题。 10. When do the assistants start work? A. At 8:30 a.m. B. At 9:00a.m. C. At 3:30p.m. 11. When will the woman probably work? A.From Monday to Tuesday. B.From Tuesday to Friday. C.From Friday to Sunday. 12. What can we learn from the conversation? A. The woman’s department is big. B. The woman is dissatisfied with the job. C. The man doesn’t pay for the woman’s lunch break. 听第九段材料，回答第 13 至 16 题。 13. When will the man get his TV back? A. Tomorrow morning. B. Tomorrow afternoon. C. Tomorrow evening. 14. Why does the woman say sorry to the man? A. She told him wrong information. B. She lost his note by mistake. C. She couldn’t find his TV. 15. What part of the man’s TV was out of work? A. The tube. B. The screen. C. The switch. 16. How much should the man pay? A. $25. B. $50. C. $1,200. 听第十段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. What do we know about the Town Hall? A. Its ticket is at a low price. B. It was built in the 17th century. C. It was designed by a famous artist. 18. Where is the cafe? A.Opposite the Town Hall. B. Next to the garden. C. By the lake. 19. According to the speaker, how can the tourists find Fawcett Street? A. By asking the guide. B. By checking the map. C. By asking the policeman. 20. What is the time now? A.1:15 p.m. B. 2:00p.m. C. 4:15p.m.
英语知识运用（共两节，满分 45 分）
第一节 单项填空（共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 分） 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。 21. — Don’t you think learning English wastes much time?
— ____. You haven’t got a proper method, I suppose. A. I hope not B. Oh, I cant’t afford it C. Not likely D. Exactly 22. Don’t use your cellphone — we are flying at ____ altitude of 10,000 meters and ____ average speech is 678km/h. A. an; the B. the; the C. the; an D. an; an 23. — You look pale. Did you sleep well？ — No. It was already midnight ____ I finished my homework. A. before B. when C. that D. since 24. How lucky he was! He ____ involved in the murder. A.must have been B.can have been C.could have been D.would have been 25. Facing the stress of employment, some college graduates make a popular choice ____ they will join the army. A. which B. that C. what D. where 26. — I’m afraid that I may miss her at the airport. — Don’t worry. She ______ a bunch of flowers at that time. A. holds B. will be holding C. was holding D. held 27. Lily, my partner, is usually friendly to others, but she___ get into bad temper sometimes. A. must B. should C. may D. can 28. The homeless dog bounced around to various homes over the years after its owner died until finally it was ____ by a kind family. A. adapted B. picked C. adopted D. adjusted 29. — The memory pillow cost me a lot of money. — Did it? Well, that doesn’t matter ___ it helps you relax and have a good sleep. . A. so far as B. so long as C. as well as D. as good as 30. You can go to see your sick granny, but you mustn’t stay there _____ visiting hours. A. across B. without C. over D. beyond 31. Here I can only give you some purely ___ views of how we can control the situation. A. unique B. private C. personal D. different 32. Everything will ____ soon. Just be optimistic and confident. A. pick up B. set up C. turn up D. hold up 33. Now more people prefer a house in a coast city to ____ in such a large city as Beijing. A. that B. it C. the one D. one 34. ____ through Africa, the infectious disease jumping from children to adults killed 1,000 people. A. Swept B. Having been swept C. Having swept D. Sweeping 35. The famous professor’s lectures, though ____ informal, are considered far more
informative and interesting. A. occasionally B. constantly
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。 Mackenzie Hughes had just returned from school and was waiting for her older brothers to arrive home. She was home alone 36 a man started knocking on the front door, turning the handle and trying to 37 . She’s 12 years old and she was 38 . So she dialed 9-1-1 and reached the operator Rachelle Berry. After a brief talk, Berry 39 what was happening. “OK, hang on, OK? Can you get in a 40 ?” Berry asked. Mackenzie told Berry that her phone --- it wasn’t cordless (无绳的) --- wouldn’t reach into the cupboard. “Will the phone reach under your bed?” Berry asked 41 . “No,” Mackenzie said. “Can you hide under a 42 and pull your bedspread over you?” That’s 43 what Mackenzie did. She hid under her blanket, holding the phone and listening to Berry’s voice. Berry talked quietly, which 44 Mackenzie. It helped, too, when Berry told her to think of something 45 . “Try not to cry,” Berry told Mackenzie during the call. “ I know it’s 46 . Do you have something you can hold onto?” Mackenzie struggled to 47 tears. She couldn’t 48 anything without showing her hiding spot. “ It’s OK,” Berry said. “You’ve got me here with you.” “He’s in my room,” Mackenzie 49 . “Now be quiet, OK? Just don’t talk,” Berry said. For much of the call, Berry dropped her voice to a whisper, 50 the intruder (闯入者) might hear her voice over the phone. 51 , the man came into her room, then left. Berry told Mackenzie that the 52 were on their way. Minutes later, they arrived and 53 one man in the backyard and another man in a getaway car. On Thursday morning, the Emergency Communications Bureau gave Mackenzie its Hero Award for her 54 . Berry also received high praise. And then it was off to school for Mackenzie. But first Berry had something to 55 to the middle-schooler: a cordless phone. 36. A. until B. before C. because D. when 37. A. get in B. get away C. get around D. get through 38. A. annoyed B. scared C. curious D. surprised 39. A. remembered B. realized C. reviewed D. recalled 40. A. bedroom B. kitchen C. cupboard D. bathroom 41. A. anxiously B. calmly C. carefully D. happily 42. A. sofa B. bed C. table D. blanket 43. A. ever B. never C. just D. still 44. A. worried B. helped C. moved D. upset 45. A. interesting B. strange C. wrong D. valuable 46. A. hard B. important C. useful D. possible 47. A. hold onto B. hold down C. hold back D. hold up
48. A. discover 49. A. cried 50. A. assuming 51. A. Obviously 52. A. parents 53. A. met 54. A. contribution 55. A. lend 第三部分
B. imagine B. shouted B. believing B. Fortunately B. brothers B. killed B. success B. present
C. reach C. whispered C. fearing C. Probably C. police C. arrested C. kindness C. show
D. invent D. replied D. confirming D. Certainly D. neighbors D. found D. bravery D. mail
阅读理解 (共两节，满分 40 分)
第一节 (共 15 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 30 分) 阅读下列短文，从每小题所给的四个选项（A、B、C、D）中，选出最佳选项， 并在答案题卡上将该项涂黑。 A Many years ago, I pulled a family out of a burning car somewhere in Wyoming. Last week I received a telephone call from a woman who could not stop crying as she told me that one of my stories had saved her son from committing suicide. In closing she called me a hero. That got me thinking about what a hero is. Was I a hero because I pulled a family from a burning car? If so, how could I be a hero just because I wrote a story that saved someone’s life? Today I looked up the word “hero” in the dictionary to see exactly what it meant. It read “a person who does something brave” and also “a person who is good and noble”. That statement impressed me more than the part about being brave. So I thought about something very important. And I remembered what happened to me years ago. After my marriage of twenty years ended, I was in such a condition. I was within hours trying to get up enough courage to end the pain and misery. When I returned home, someone had sent me a card in the mail which told me how much they would appreciate me as a friend. That wonderful card probably saved my life. That person, without even knowing it, saved a life and became a hero.
56. The main idea of the passage is _______________. A. why the writer should be a hero B. that everyone is a hero C. whether the writer is a hero D. what a hero exactly is
57. Why did the woman call the writer a hero at the end of the call? A. Because he asked her son not to kill himself. B. Because he saved a family from a burning car. C. Because his story saved her son’s life. D. Because he was cute and kind to everybody. 58. What does the underlined word “it” in the last sentence of Paragraph 5 refer to? A. The fact that the sender helped the writer. B. The action of sending the card. C. The wonderful card the writer received. D. The fact that the sender was a friend of the writer. 59. According to the writer, who can be considered as a hero? A. A person who is brave. B. A person who helps someone in trouble. C. A person who can hold a door for others. D. A person who writes wonderful stories. B Nowhere else like Alaska can you enjoy a whale exploding out of the water or an eagle pulling a silver fish from the river. Combine these images with high mountains, brilliant icebergs and wonderful meals and you really do have the Best of Alaska! Join us for an unforgettable 7-day holiday to Alaska! You can have fun here: JUNEAU: Juneau, the state capital, is rich in culture and scenic beauty. It is here that we start and end our trip. HAINES: Haines is a small community located along the fjords (峡湾). The natural beauty and expansive wilderness found here have made Haines an important center for adventure in Alaska. ALASKA INDIAN ARTS: Alaska Indian Arts is a nonprofit corporation devoted to the preservation and continuation of traditional native craft and culture of the Northwest Native Tribes. You can spend a few hours learning carving, playing native beading (珠子) from local artists. SKAGWAY: Skagway is a lively town, which still reflects its gold rush roots and origins. In Skagway, you may stop at the Klondike Gold Rush National Park Visitor’s Center and ride the White Pass Yukon Route Railway. GUSTAVUS: Gustavus is the gateway to Glacier Bay National Park. You’ll stay at a comfortable house here for two nights. This will be the base for both the whale-watching excursion (远足) and a full day cruise (巡游) in Glacier Bay. DATES/ PRICES: May 16, June 20, July 18, August 15. 7 days --- $3,500, including lodging, all meals, excursions, guides, park fees, sales taxes, and transportation between Juneau, Skagway, Haines, and Gustavus. Not included: Alcohol, personal items, airfare to and from Juneau. Contact: E-mail: email@example.com
Call: 1.800.766.3396 Address: Alaska Mountain Guides& Climbing School P.O. Box 1081, Haines AK 99827 60. Where can you get to know the local history? A. In Skagway. B. In Juneau. C. In Haines. D. In Gustavus. 61. You can watch a whale exploding out of the water at ________. A. the White Pass Yukon B. the Klondike Gold Rush National Park C. Gacier Bay National Park D. the fjords 62. The text is mainly written to ________. A. tell people how to visit Alaska B. explain why Alaska is famous C. introduce beautiful places in Alaska D. attract people to visit Alaska C When creating a digital advertisement or something to promote a product or service ,music is one of the most important aspects. Whether it is simply a jingle（短 歌）,musical note or any other use of sound，music can play a huge role in attracting a customer’s attention or being noticed by your target audience. Music can work hand-in-hand with what you are advertising. Many times the advertising jingle, or saying, is what the audience remembers. Companies such as McDonald’s and Subway have used this method many times with different jingles and little sayings that are easy to remember and fun to sing along with. Usually concepts that are part of a jingle would sound conceited(自负的) and pompous(浮夸的) when said in a normal conversation. When put to music however, and sung in a rhythm，it suddenly sounds attractive. For example, if someone said,” No one does it better than me” in a normal statement, this would sound very conceited. Add music and a tune to this statement and it becomes attractive and fun for others to sing along with. While understanding how important music is for your advertising needs, it is also important for you to know the best way to get special music.
63. What does the passage mainly tell us? A. How to use music in advertising. B. Advertising music can help sell products. C. How to get an advertising jingle. D. Advertisements are important in promoting.
64. What makes concepts of an advertising jingle sound attractive? A. Wonderful sayings. B. Word and pictures. C. Beautiful voice. D. Music and tune. 65. According to the writer, the best way to get an advertising jingle is____. A. to collect works from public B. to invite a famous singer C. to get advice from experts D. to hire a top songwriter 66. What’s the advantage of your running a contest for an advertising jingle? A. It will save much time. B. You can get the best works. C. It will cost less money. D. You can sell more products. D Still waiting for little green men to make contact? Don't hold your breath. A leading astronomer has concluded there probably aren't any aliens out there – meaning we are absolutely alone in the universe. Even though there may be tens of thousands of other distant planets similar in size to Earth, the conditions on them are likely to be too hard to support life-forms such as ET. Dr Howard Smith, a senior astrophysicist at Harvard University, believes there is very little hope of discovering aliens and, even if we did, it would be almost impossible to make contact. So far astronomers have discovered a total of 500 planets in distant solar systems – known as extrasolar systems – although they believe billions of others exist. But Dr Smith points out that many of these planets are either too close to the sun or too far away, meaning their surface temperatures are so bad that they could not support life. Others have unusual orbits which cause vast temperature variations, making it impossible for water to exist – the most important thing for life. Dr Smith said, "We have found that most other planets and solar systems are wildly different from our own. It means it is highly unlikely there are any planets with intelligent life close enough for us to make contact." But his suggestions contradict other leading scientists who have claimed aliens almost certainly exist.
Researchers from the University of London have recently suggested that aliens could be living on as many as 40,000 other planets. But Dr Smith said: "Any hope of contact has to be limited to a relatively tiny space around the Earth, reaching maybe 1,250 light years out from our planet, where aliens might be able to pick up our signals or send us their own. But communicating would still take decades or centuries." 67. By saying ＂don’t hold your breath＂, the author advised the reader not to _____. A. keep silent B. give up C. expect so D. be afraid 68. Dr Smith concludes there probably aren’t any aliens because other planets _____. A. are too far away from the earth
B. are different from the Earth in size C. don’t have rich natural resources D. don’t have a suitable living environment 69. Researchers from the University of London are mentioned to show that ______. A. they have better explanations about aliens B. aliens certainly exist on many planets C. they disagree with Dr Smith’s suggestion D. aliens can pick up signals from the earth 70. What’s the main idea of the text? A. There must be other life forms in the universe. B. We can communicate with aliens in decades. C. The chances of finding aliens are slight. D. Many other planets are quite different from the Earth. 第二节（共 5 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 10 分） 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 两项为多余选项。 The need for love is deeply rooted in the human psyche( 灵 魂 ). 71 According to psychologists, separateness means to be cut off, helpless and alone in the world. It is the source of all anxiety. 72 It can be selfish and possessive, or unselfish and giving. Abraham
Maslow distinguishes between two kinds of love: B-love or “being love” means love for another person: unselfish love not dependent upon your own needs. D-love or “deficiency-love” is a selfish possessive love which is based upon someone else’s ability to satisfy your needs. D-love is conditional. It depends upon whether personal needs continue to be met. But B-love is unconditional. 73 Furthermore, as it depends upon who you
are, it is possible only when you allow yourself to be known to the other person. The psychologist Erich Fromm also distinguished between two types of love. 74 Symbiotic union is an immature love based upon the satisfaction of needs and
is similar to Maslow’s concept of D-love. Mature love, on the other hand, is a relationship that allows individuals to retain(保持) their independence, their identity, and their integrity. In mature love people can overcome their sense of separateness yet continue to be themselves. The immature lover would say, “I love you because I need you,” but the mature one: “ 75 ”
A．These two types are quite different from each other. B．There are two types of love. C．I need you because I love you. D．Love is a way of overcoming the feeling separateness. E．Every one of us needs love. F．It depends not upon what you do, but who you are. G．They are immature love, called by him symbiotic union(共同体), and mature love.
第二卷（两部分，共 35 分）
第四部分 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） 假如英语课上老师要求同学们交换修改作文，请你修改你同桌写的以下作 文。文中共有 10 处语言错误，要求你在错误的地方增加、删除或修改某个单词。 增加：在缺词处加一个漏字符号(/\)，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，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。 The other day I happen to read an eighty-word passage about details. I found it prettily good. One who wants to achieve great success should pay attentions to details. Sometimes it is the details in that determine our success, for it has a great impact on what we’re doing. We should form the habit of being careful, so a careful person rarely overlooks details. What’s more, we should learn to keep balance of quantity and quality. When facing with lots of work, the faster we do them, the more mistakes we usually make. In that case we are possible to neglect the details. So we should remember that quality comes first, without that quantity is of no importance.
第二节：书面表达（满分 25 分） 假如你叫李明，即将高中毕业，准备到英国读大学。现在你有一些关于雅思 考试 （International English Language Testing System,简称 IELTS ） 的问题需要咨询， 请你写一封信向你的英国笔友 David 请教你所关注的以下问题： 1. 雅思考试的时间和主要内容。 2. 应该如何准备阅读、写作等考试内容。 3. 希望 David 给出一些建议及推荐复习用书 4. 向 David 表示感谢，期待回信。 注意：1.词数 100 左右。 2.开头和结尾已给出，不计入总词数。 Dear David, How are you ?
Best wishes. Yours, Li Ming
齐齐哈尔市 2013 高三第三次模拟考试
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听力原文： （text 1） M: Did you listen to the nine o’clock sports news last night? W: I couldn’t because my literature lecturer let me out too late. (text 2 )
W:Which country will you visit next? M:I’m going to Belguim for two weeks and then I’ll go to Switzerland to see my uncle. But my next stop will be Austria, I think. （text 3） M: Hi, Rachel. You ’re looking well. New skirt? W: Thanks, Tom. No, I’ve had this skirt for a long time. I got these shoes this morning. Do you like them? M :Yes, very nice. The colour is bright. They look good with that jacket. (text 4) W:So the problem is that you want to get a job but you’re not allowed to. Do your parents know how you feel, Andy? M:I’m afraid not. They only care about my study. W: Well, I don’t think it possible to work out this problem if you keep it a secret. M :You’re right. I’ll do it right now. （text 5） W: Were you nervous when the professor called on you in class? M: Yes, I’ll say I was shaking all over. What about you? W: Me too. I guess anybody would! (text 6) M: What a great party! W: You think so? I thought it was awful. I got stuck in the corner with this boy. M: What was he like? W: Well, he had quite a long face—it looked rather like an unhappy dog. Dark hair, dark suit, a sort of whitish shirt... And he talked all the time about roads, driving between his home and his mother-in-law’s. Can you imagine? When he wasn’t talking about the roads, he was talking about the weather! I couldn’t stand him and at last ran away. What a bad day. (text 7) W: Hi, Tom. It’s Mary. How are you? M: I’m good, thanks. I haven’t seen you for a few weeks. W: Yes, I was just thinking about calling you and asking you if you wanted to go to a club this weekend. M: Thanks, but I can’t stand crowded places. I prefer eating out or watching movies. W: So how about going to the movies sometime? M: That sounds cool. What kind of movies do you like? W: I don’t watch horror movies, because they frighten me, but I like action movies and comedies. M: Me too. Ok. How about I pick you up at your office around eight on Friday evening? W: Great! I’ll see you then. (text 8) M: Jones Department Store, can I help you? W: Yes, please. I saw your job advertisement in the newspaper this morning. Can you tell me about it? M: Certainly. We want a shop assistant to work in our women’s department. It’s a small department but a busy one.
W: What are the working hours? M: Well, the shop opens at 9:00 but the assistants must start work at 8:30. They finish at 3:30. W: Is that every day of the week? M: We are closed on Mondays and we don’t need many more staff on Saturday and Sunday. The job is four days a week, from Tuesday to Friday. W: And how much do assistants earn an hour? M: At the moment it’s five pounds. I’m afraid we don’t pay for your lunch break. W: That doesn’t matter. I’d like the job.
(text 10) M: Well, this is the town of Langley, everybody. You have three hours to walk around here. There’s a lot to see. The Town Hall was built in the fifteenth century. Go inside and look at the pictures there. They are by a famous artist from Langley. You have to buy a ticket at the door— it’s seventy pence, so it’s very cheap. Opposite the Town Hall is Langley Park, which is an open space in the central business district. Langley Park is a beautiful place with long history. There you’d better visit one of the most attractive gardens, the flower garden. After you have seen the beautiful flowers, you’ll want a cold drink. Walk down to the lake—there’s a small cafe there. You can sit and look at the water. If you prefer, you can go on a tour of the town. You should meet the guide in Fawcett Street —that’s F-A-W-C-E-T-T. It’s on your map. The next tour leaves at two o’clock so you’ve got enough time. We must leave Langley at 4:15 to return to the hotel for our supper at 6:00. The coach will wait here. Don’t be late.