才全英语2013高考英语套题精选【108】 21. If we expect ________ much cleaner world, we should attract ________world?s attention to protect the world. A. a; a B. a; / C. a; the D. the; / 22. What he said didn
?t mean to hurt Mary, but he felt ________ it differently. A. he could express B. he could have expressed C. he would express D. he must have expressed 23. ------Michael was late for Mr. Smith?s oral class this morning. ------_____? As far as I know, he never came late to class. A. How come B. So what C. Why not D. What if 24. In the financial crisis of 2008, many countries adopted different policies to ____ economic growth. A. prevent B. promote C. deliver D. accumulate 25. If you want to see a doctor, you appoint a date with him ahead of time. That is a common_____in the USA. A. sense B. rule C. practice D. reality 26. One of the most important questions the government has to consider is ________ of the medical care of farmers. A.it B. that C. what D. this 27. _________ difficult the task may be, we must finish it on time, because we can?t meet such a precious opportunity _______ we have expected. A. Whatever; that B. However; as C. However; that D. Whatever, which 28. He has behaved in the most extraordinary way; I can?t _____ his actions at all. A. allow for B. agree with C. account for D. apply to 29. With his money and his health ruined, he couldn?t go home. A. leaving B. missed C. running out D. run out 30. I'd rather you did some housework when you are free, but you ____. A. don't B. didn't C. wouldn't D. weren't 31. The new building will be built ____was a wasteland 30 years ago . A. in which B. where C. in what D. there 32. Fake medicines, some of which are made ____ of flour and sugar, can be found _____ in some rural areas of the country. A. mostly; especially B. almost; specially C. most; especially D. mostly; extremely 33. It is said that the number of Chinese characters users can type on their mobile phones is ______ the total number of Chinese characters. The reason is that the character input systems are made by foreign cell phone producers. A. 25 percent as less as B. less than 25 percent C. 25 percent much than D.25percent as much 34. Although he is still a student, his father gave him a(n) ____ of $500 a month. A. money B. wage C. allowance D. award 35. The flu is believed ___ by viruses that like to reproduce in the cells inside the human nose and throat. A. causing B. being caused C. to be caused D. to have caused 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，从短文后所给各题的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中，选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项， Nicolas Sarkozy, 52, is the first French president born after World War II and he is also a man who never 36 his ambition to be president. But 37 was not easy for the young Sarkozy. When he was still a kid, his father abandoned the 38 , leaving the three children 39 their mother. He had to support his family with his mother. 40 he is only 165cm tall, other children often made fun of his 41 . The hard times made him 42 a strong man he is today. In 1983 , 28-year-old Sarkozy unexpectedly 43 a senior politician to become the country?s youngest mayor of Paris. He 44 the national attention in 1993 after 45 freeing some children from a crazy man with a bomb. Later in 2002, he was named as the country?s interior minister and finance minister in 2004. But he was never satisfied with staying46 he was. “I don?t just want to be president. I 47 be president, ” he once told a journalist. During his presidential campaign, Sarkozy won 48 with his promise to rebuild French pride 49 many plans to improve the French economy. He?s a man of 50 . His government has already 51 _a series of changes, such as 52 taxes. When visiting the US, he 53 America the greatest nation in the world and promised solidarity（团结）between the two 54 ,which was the 55 change from France?s 50-year-old tradition to operate in counterpoise（平衡）to America. 36. A. expressed B. explained C. hid D. had 37. A. life B. work C. education D. career 38. A. hometown B. family C. society D. dream 39. A. close to B. dishonest to C. cruel to D. dependent on 40. A. As B. If C. Once D. Though 41. A. appearance B. spirit C. weight D. height 42. A. for B. about C. into D. of
43. A. helped B. beat C. got D. hurt 44. A. drew B. paid C. reached D. gave 45. A. hopefully B. meaningfully C. terribly D. successfully 46. A. what B. when C. how D. where 47. A. must B. may C. would D. used to 48. A. balance B. achievement C. popularity D. prize 49. A. so B. or C. and D. but 50. A. action B. attraction C. relaxation D. tradition 51. A. analyzed B. carried out C. faced D. mentioned 52. A. turning down B. opening up C. keeping up D. cutting down 53. A. named B. elected C. predicted D. called 54. A. leaders B. actors C. politicians D. nations 55. A. major B. easy C. slow D. careful 第二部分 阅读理解 （40 分） A Ten students have stopped complaining about gas prices. Instead, they?re competing in a nationwide contest to redesign the cars. Final competitors were chosen from a field of 60 applicants. "The schools were selected to find technology that will help our country reach the needs for energy sources, so we don?t have to depend on other countries to provide fuel." Pickering said. He is vice chairman of the US House of Representatives Energy and Commerce Committee. The teams received $ 10,000 and a Chevrolet Equinox which would be used as a starting place for modifications. Each team can also get $ 25,000 in parts and software from GM and other sponsors. The cars will be taken to the GM proving grounds for a national competition,when the competition comes to an end. In the first year, students designed and worked out their plans. "At the end of the first year, our plans for the hybrid （混合动力系统）were approved and we received our own Chevrolet Equinox to begin construction.”said Amanda McAlpin, leader of the outreach team. In the second year, the students, goal is for their hybrid to exceed the factory Equinox?s fuel efficiency by 50 percent. "Our goal is to place in the top five but increase in the areas we lacked in." McAlpin said. "If we can maintain this strategy, we should be able to obtain our goal." In the final competition this year, GM technicians would examine the cars to approve the safety and make sure they meet all contest rules. "We would like to be in the top half of each event, but they are all different. Every team has their own strategy to win." said a computer engineering major. "By hosting the competition, GM really gets the cream of the brilliant graduates from the top engineering schools across the country." McAlpin said, "Many of our recent graduates who have worked on the car have received jobs with GM." And Pickering agreed, "Their brainpower will give us firepower and horsepower for the future." 56. How long does the contest last? A. One year. B. Two years. C. Three years. D. Four years. 57. The underlined word "modifications" means _____. A. design B. changes C. approval D. examination 58. What?s the real purpose for GM to sponsor this contest? A. To reduce the consumption of fuels. B. To sell itsChevrolet Equinox. C. To make advertisements. D. To find excellent graduates andemploy them. 59. According to the passage, which of the following statements is true? A. Sixty students competed in the final contest. B. The team could get nothing but $35,000 from the sponsors. C. It was GM technicians who decided which team was best. D. Ten teams in all took part in the contest. B Prince Charles yesterday promised to reduce the royal impact on the environment through sweeping changes to his personal lifestyle and official schedule. The prince will replace carbon-heavy private jets and helicopters with scheduled flights and train services. The move came as Prince Charles urged business leaders to publish the environmental pact of their activities. He said, “Few accountants and business decision-makers ask, ?How much of our critical natural resource is left? How
many miles of polar ice cap has our business helped melt this year? By how many inches have we raised sea levels? How many species have we put at risk? How many homes will be flooded, how many people will die of thirst or starvation because of our activities? ? These are not comfortable questions, but, by God, they need to be asked.” He added, “At the moment these costs do not appear in anyone?s books… Yet they are real, they are incurred now and in a relatively short time, the damage being caused may be beyond remedy.” He said the world was “running up the biggest global credit card debt in history, but with little or no thought for how the bill will ever be paid”. Flanked by the prime minister and business and community leaders at St James? Palace, the prince said his new “accounting for sustainability” project would give consumers the power to choose products that caused less damage to the planet. 60. One of the moves Prince Charles will take to reduce the royal impact on the environment is ______. A. taking private jets that are not carbon-heavy B. taking helicopters instead of private jets C. taking trains instead of scheduled flights D. taking scheduled flights instead of helicopters 61. How does Prince Charles feel about business leaders in terms of environmental protection? A. Dissatisfied. B. Disappointed. C. Doubtful. D. Impatient. 62. The underlined phrase in paragraph 4 probably refers to ______. A. the great amount of waste produced by industry B. the great damage caused to the environment C. the great amount of debts of the royal family D. the high cost of industry in their producing process 63. What would be the best title for the passage? A. Prince Charles promised Greener Royal Lifestyle B. Better Late than Never C. Prince Charles and His Concern for Environment D. The Royal Family Has a Role to Play in Environment Protection C Decision-thinking is not unlike poker—it often matters not only what you think, but also what others think you think and what you think they think you think. The mental process is similar. Naturally, this card game has often been of considerable interest to people who are, by any standards, good thinkers. The great mathematician John von Neumann was one of the founders of game theory. In particular, he showed that all games fall into two classes: there are what he called games of “perfect information”, games like chess where the players can?t hide anything or play tricks; they don?t win by chance, but by means of logic and skills. Then there are games of “imperfect information”, like poker, in which it is impossible to know in advance that one course of action is better than another. One mistaken idea about business is that it can be treated as a game of perfect information. Quite the reverse. Business, politics, life itself are games which we must normally play with very imperfect information. Business decisions are often made with many unknown and unknowable factors which would even puzzle best poker players. But few business people find it comfortable to admit that they are taking a chance, and many still prefer to believe that they are playing chess, not poker. 64. An important factor in a game of imperfect information is___. A. rules B. time C. luck D. ideas 65. Which of the following can be used in place of “Ouite the reverse”? A. Quite right. B. True enouth. C. Just the opposite. D. Most unlikely. 66. What?s the writer?s opinion in making business decisions? A. You should put perfect information before imperfect information. B. One should accept the existence of unknown factors. C. Anybody should regard business as a game of chess. D. No one should mix known and unknown factors. 67. The subject discussed in this text is______ . A. the process of reaching decisions B. in what way poker and chess ard different C. the secret of making good business plans D. to what degree in formation is valuable in winning games D
Life has changed in Mexico City. Streets normally filled with people are empty. One of the most popular professional soccer teams recently played a game in an empty stadium that can seat more than100,000 people. It's pig flu that has made life in Mexico City grind to a halt (慢慢停了下来). Seemingly out of nowhere, swine flu has caused confirmed deaths in 12 countries as of April 30. It has sent a wave of alarm around the world. Governments are trying to find ways to prevent further out-breaks. The World Health Organization has raised its swine flu global threat level to five out of six. People may be familiar with bird flu, but they know little about swine flu. Swine flu is a contagious(传染性) disease in pigs. It is caused by a type-A influenza virus. Humans can also catch swine flu. The virus causes regular outbreaks in pigs, but people usually do not catch it. However, there have been cases of the virus spreading to people, and then from one person to another. The symptoms of swine flu are similar to the common flu. They include fever, tiredness, lack of appetite, coughing, runny nose, sore throat, sick, and vomiting (呕吐). The high proportion of young adults among the deaths is one of several mysteries about this virus. Most of the dead had lung damage. What caused it is not yet known. The virus spreads the same way the common flu does. When an infected person coughs or sneezes around another person, the latter is put at risk. People can get the disease by touching something with the flu virus on it and then touching their mouth, nose or eyes. There are medicines to treat swine flu. Doctors suggest using anti - viral drugs. They keep the virus from reproducing inside the body. Although there are no vaccines for it now, several everyday steps can help prevent the spread of the virus: washing hands frequently; avoiding close contact with people who are sick; and avoiding touching surfaces that might have the virus on it. People may worry that they will get swine flu from eating or preparing pork. In fact, you cannot catch the virus from pork products if they have been properly prepared and cooked. Cooking food at temperatures of 71℃ kills the virus. 68.What is the main idea of the passage? A. It mainly tells us how swine flu broke out in Mexico City. B. It presents the reader with some information concerning swine flu. C. It tells us the differences between swine flu and bird flu. D. It mainly tells readers the dangers caused by swine flu. 69. The following tips can protect us from swine flu EXCEPT _________. A. keeping us away from other people B. washing hands frequently C. avoiding close contact with sick people D. avoiding touching surfaces that might have the virus on them 70. What can we infer from the passage? A. At present there still aren't effective vaccines for swine flu. B. Swine flu virus cannot spread in the air. C. From now on, people can't eat pork if they want to be safe. D. All of the dead killed by swine flu had lung damage. 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。 A man was driving at 70 miles in a 40-mile-zone, when a police car came behind him with the light on. __51__ As the policeman came to him, he said,” Hi, officer, I guess you caught me a little bit over the limit. I was in a rush to get home, to be with my wife and kids, you know my younger son wasn?t feeling well when I left home this morning.” The policeman said, “Well, I guess so,” and started writing something in his notebook.__52__ A few moments later, the policeman came to his window and handed him a paper, and returned to his car without saying a single word. The man started to wonder, how much this ticket was going to be as he began to look at the paper.__53___ But something which read: “I had a daughter who was killed by a speeding car at the age of six, by a speeding driver like you. He got a fine, a few months in prison, and was free, free to hug two other daughters.__54__ I have tried to forgive that man a thousands times, and I thought I had. Maybe I really forgive him, but I have to do it again, even right now.__55__.” The man was very surprised and could not move for the next few minutes. When finally he did, he drove slowly, even a few miles under the speed limit, praying for forgiveness. A.So pray for you, and be careful when you drive again, your daughter s all you have left. B.I only had one, and now I had to wait I go to heaven before I can hug her again. C.Right away the man started thinking of excuse to give.
D.He was surprised it was not a ticket. E. So pray for me, and be careful when you drive again, my son is all I have left. F. As minutes went by, he hadn?t asked for his driver?s license. G. He was surprised it was not a ticket as he began to read. 71. _____ 72. _____ 73. _____ 74. ______ 75. ______ 短文改错 If someone asks you how you can make you always happy, you will perhaps find rather difficult to give him a proper answer. Do you remember the old saying “No human being can really be happy which is not giving or trying give happiness to others?” If you will always think of taking more from others and giving them less, you won?t be able to have happiness in your life even you are very rich. Here is the article for you. If each of you follow it,your unhappy day will come to an end. So you should learn to give up your own interests when necessarily 第二节 书面表达 某中学生英语报社正开展一场题为“Young teachers or elderly teachers，which do you prefer?”请你依据下面表格所提供的 要点写一篇短文，向该报社投稿。 老年教师 · 教学耐心．讲解细致．经验丰富 你的观点? 青年教师 · 精力充沛．教学活泼．勇于创新
注意： 1． 词数 100 左右，开头语已为你写好，不计入总数； 2． 短文必须包含表格的全部内容。要求观点明确，结构合理，紧凑连贯。 Opinions are divided on this questi 高三英语答案