广西省南宁市 2013 届高三毕业班第二次适应性测试
英 语 试 题
考生注意： 1．本试卷分第 I 卷（选择题）和第Ⅱ卷（非选择题）两部分，共 150 分。考试时间 120 分 钟。 2．请将各题答案填在试卷后面的答题卷上。
第一部分听力（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． What does the woman want to do? A． Buy a ticket． B． Park her car． C． Wait her turn． 2． What is the man interested in about the book? A． The photos． B． The ideas． C． The data． 3． Where does the conversation most probably take place? A． In a hotel． B．On a bus. C．At a cinema． 4．What will the man do? A． Offer help． B-Express thanks． C．Ask for permission． 5． What does the woman think of Picasso? A． She thinks that he is the greatest Spanish painter． B． She is sure that he is the best painter all over the world． C． She believes there are some other more famous painters in Spain． 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 6 段材料，回答第 6、7 题。 6． Why did the girl want a baby brother? A．She felt so lonely． B． She thought babies were lovely． C． She thought being a sister would be fun． 7． Why did the girl change her mind? A． She realized that she would have more responsibilities． B． Her father promised to spend more time with her． C．She realized that she wanted a pet more． 听第 7 段材料，回答第 8、9 题。
8． What's wrong with the man?
A． He had an accident in the car． B． He knocked over a passer-by while driving his car． C． He had an accident when walking along the street． 9． Why did it happen? A． Because there's something wrong with the driving mirror． B． Because there's something wrong with the roadside mirror． C． Because the other driver drove too fast． 听第 8 段材料,回答第 10 至 12 题 。 10． What is the man surprised to learn? A． The library opens at 8:00． B． None of the books he needs is available． C． The books he needs can't be taken out of the library． 11． What does the woman advise the man to do? A． Wait for the books all the afternoon． B． Come early tomorrow and have another try． C． Borrow the same books from Professor Smith． 12． What's the relationship between the two speakers? A, Classmates． B． Professor and student． C． Librarian and student． 听第 9 段材料,回答第 13 至 16 题 。 13． What's wrong with the man? A． He's got a bad headache． B． Something is wrong with his ears． C． Something is wrong with his eyes． 14． When did the man begin to have the problems? A． About two weeks ago． B． About three weeks ago． C． About four weeks ago． 15． What was the man doing when the accident happened? A． He was walking down to the basement． B． He was driving back home from work． C． He was climbing up to the roof． 16． What will the doctor do next? A． Call a specialist immediately． B． Give some medicine to the man． C． Order some tests． 听第 10 段材料,回答第 17 至 20 题 。 17． What does the speaker encourage us to do? A． Raise animals． B． Lose weight． C． Eat healthy． 18． What do we learn about people in earlier times from the speaker? A． Free from worry about bad effects of food． B． Busy producing food for others． C． Rich in various foods． 19． Why do some people give up eating potatoes or rice? A． To keep fit． B． To keep slim． C． To eat right．
20． How should we control our weight? A． By having the same diet． B． By having a balanced diet． C． By dieting and exercising． 第二部分英语知识运用（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） 21．— I'm late． The traffic was so heavy． —Well ,do you think I will believe the same old excuse? _____! A． Never mind B． No way C． No problem D． No worry 22． Shooting, as _____ means of survival originally, developed into _____ sport only in the late 19th century． A． a; a B． the; the C． a; the D． the; a 23．—Has Professor Wang returned from London yet? —Yes, but he _____ here for only 3 days before he was sent to Beijing． A． stayed B． was staying C． has stayed D． will stay 24．—Do you think it wise for Chinese mothers to try to do everything for their children? —No, that's _____ they are mistaken． A． what B． when C． where D． in which 25．—How long do you suppose it is _____ he arrived here? —No more than half a week． A． while B． before C． after D． since 26． The age limit for free blood donators will be 60 _____ 55 years old, said an official in the Health Ministry． A．due to B． more than C． rather than D． other than 27． After several rounds of competition, the little girl _____ because of her excellent English． A． put out B． picked out C． broke out D． stood out 28． _____ our earth, or else it will be no longer fit for us to live on． A． To protect B． Protect C． Protecting D． Protected 29． Wise people have focused on the process rather than the result as it is in the process _____ we learn and grow． A．where B． in which C． that D． from which 30．—Do you think Jack will lend us a hand? —He is the last one to help others． He ____ lend his hand, though． A． can B． must C． should D． might 31． However much you regret doing that, there is _____ you can do about it now． A． everything B． anything C． something D． nothing 32．_____ an area of more than 400 square kilometers, Sailimu Lake is Xinjiang's largest and highest mountain lake． A． Having covered B． To cover C． Covering D． Being covered 33．Iwould have attended your birthday party last night but for the fact that it ___ at that time． A． was raining B． would rain C． had rained D ． had been raining 34． Alice _____ from her surprise, and answered her teacher's question calmly．
35．—Can you post the parcel for us on your way to work? — . A． It's all right B． No problem C． Good idea D． I hope so 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。 My nephew's 10-year-old son came for a visit one hot, July weekend． I persuaded him to 36 inside and joined him in a game． After 37 for an hour, I suggested that we relax for a while． I 38 my favorite recliner （躺椅） to let my neck muscles relax． He had slipped out of the room and I was catching a few enjoyable 39 of peace and quiet． "Look, Alice," he said enthusiastically as he 40 over to the chair where I was sitting． "I found a kite． Could we go outside and 41 it?" Glancing out a nearby window, I noticed it was 42 outside． "I'm sorry． Tripper," I said, sad to see his 43 eyes． "The wind is not 44 today． The kite won't fly． " The 45 10-year-old replied, "I think it's windy enough． I can get it to fly," he answered 46 he hurried out to the back door． Up and down in the yard he ran, 47 the kite attached to a small length of string． He ran back and forth, as hard as his ten-year-old legs would carry him, looking back 48 at the kite be-hind． After about ten minutes of unsuccessful determination, he came back in． I asked, "How did it 49 ?" "Fine," he said, not wanting to admit 50 ． "I got it to fly some． " As he walked past me to return the kite to the closet shelf, I heard him say under his breath, "I guess I'll have to wait for the 51 ．" At that moment I heard another Voice speak to my 52 ． "Alice． Sometimes you are just like that． You want to do it your way 53 waiting for the Wind． " And the voice was right． We usually want to use our own efforts to 54 what we want to do． We wait for the Wind only after we have done all we can and have exhausted （耗尽）our own 55 ． We must learn how to rely on Him in the first place! 36．A． live B． stay C． study D． lie 37．A． playing B． resting C． challenging D． arguing 38．A． cleaned up B． jumped off C． fell into D． cut down 39．A． moments B． hours C． times D． periods 40．A． sent B． ran C． left D． climbed 41．A． decorate B． drop C． hang D． fly 42．A． hot B． still C． noisy D． fine 43．A． bright B． disappointed C． dull D． satisfied 44．A． staying B． stopping C． going D． blowing 45．A． clever B． talented C． determined D． fearless 46．A． after B． unless C． as D． until 47．A． following B． making C． pulling D． watching 48．A． angrily B． nervously C． doubtfully D． hopefully
49．A． go B． come C． make D． fly 50．A． win B． defeat C． mistake D． luck 51．A． wind B． order C． news D． sunshine 52．A． heart B． memory C． dream D． world 53．A． because of B． instead of C． except for D． as for 54．A． imagine B． decide C． apply D． accomplish 55．A． courage B． patience C． strength D． knowledge 第三部分阅读理解（共 20 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 40 分） 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 I was going to die in Antarctica ． That much was certain． A picture of my frost-covered body, colorless and lifeless, filled my mind as I glanced around at the scene of my unavoidable death． In all directions spreads the empty wilderness of Antarctica, the only feature being the division between snow and sky． I sadly stared at my team, who were rapidly disappearing from my sight． It happened in the year 2009 when I was head of an adventure attempting to reach the South Pole． The team was made up of ordinary women from all around the world—from Jamaica, India, Singapore and Cyprus—many of whom had never seen snow, or spent a night in a tent, before we set off． Our aim was to be the most international all-female team to reach the South Pole． By the time I realized that my sledge （雪橇） was firmly stuck, the team were already a long way ahead of me． I called out to Era, my teammate from Brunei, who was next in line．Getting no response, I called again, but my shouts were carried away in the opposite direction by the wind． I had stood and watched the line for a while as it marched away from me, confident that at any moment one of my teammates would look behind her． Seconds passed． Nothing． I was gradually being left alone． I pushed my sledge again, my strength suddenly increased when I thought of a cold, lonely death． This time the sledge moved a little． I kicked at the ice with my ski-pole and boot, desperately trying to break the sledge free—and pushed again． The sledge shot forward, knocking me off balance． I struggled to my feet and set off after the team． I caught up just as they realized I wasn't there． As we continued, my panic slowly faded．I found myself laughing to myself as I noticed Reena checking behind her every few paces． In fact for the whole of the rest of the day each member of the team glanced over her shoulder every few minutes． They were not going to risk losing me again． 56． What can we know from the first paragraph? A． The author's poor physical condition． B． The wonderful sights of Antarctica． C． The author's regret of being left alone．
D． The rough natural conditions of Antarctica． 57． What's the main idea of the second paragraph? A． How the author became the team leader． B． Brief introduction about the adventure． C． The process of selecting the team members． D． Complete information about the team members． 58． What made it possible for the author to get her sledge out of the ice? A． The strong desire to live on． B． The shouts of her teammates． C． A sudden change in wind direction． D． The natural beauty ahead in Antarctica． 59． Why did the team form the habit of looking behind? A． Because their team leader demanded them to do so． B． Because they were expecting their team leader's arrival． C． Because they wanted to make sure their team leader was following． D． Because they were afraid there might be danger coming from behind． B
60． What can we learn from the advertisement? A． Secrets of the World Class is useful in changing our thinking． B． Secrets of the World Class is mainly intended for the athletes． C． Steve has been writing Secrets of the World Class for about 30 years． D． Mac Anderson introduces 27 ways to help people inspire themselves． 61． According to Secrets of the World Class, the great men_____． A． don't necessarily have their own beliefs B． need emotional encouragement C． tend to make the simple problem difficult D． prefer enjoying pleasure to keeping on discipline 62． We know the features of Secrets of the World Class from the passage EXCEPT _____． A． the price B． the pages C． the cover D． the size C Teenage boys, regardless of race, are more likely to die from gunshot wounds than from all natural causes combined, By the time the average American child leaves primary school, he or she will witness 8,000 murders and more than 100,000 acts of violence on television． Youth are becoming involved in violence at an alarming rate． In fact, the young arrest rate for murder doubled, from 6 arrests per 100,000 youth aged from 10 to 17 to over 12 per 100,000． For the many youth who have not been directly exposed to violence in their own communities, the entertainment media （ television, movies, music and video games ） provides many opportunities for children to see and hear violent exchanges． Research shows that there are about 5~6 violent acts per hour on prime time and 20～25 violent acts on Saturday morning children's programming． In its report, the American Psychological Association （APA） reported that viewing violence on television hurts children in many ways． In particular, the APA concludes that children may become less sensitive to the pain and suffering of others, be more fearful of the world around them, be more likely to behave in aggressive or harmful ways to- ward others, and gradually accept violence as a way to solve problems． Another form of violence involving youth is physical punishment in the schools． This form of discipline （纪律） still remains legally supported in 23 nations in America． The Office for Civil Rights in the Department of Education reported that 555,000 students were physically punished in the schools during this school year． Although such punishment has been regarded as an effective method of discipline by those who apply it, the findings are obvious that physical punishment does not work and that children who are victims of physical punishment are subject to potential long-term physical and emotional damage． 63 ． According to the passage, the American teenage boys' lives are most threatened by . A． gun murders B． natural diseases C． TV violence D． physical punishment 64． We can learn from Paragraph 4 that _____． A． many youth have watched much violence on TV
B． youth violence in Washington IX; is very serious C． fights may be the most widely-seen youth violence D． American youth have been exposed to much violence 65． The APA indicates that too much TV violence may change children _． A． to become separated from the world B． to remain unconcerned about others' pain C． to solve problems only by violence D． to be fearful of aggressive behaviors 66． The author may most probably agree that physical punishment is ____ ． A． acceptable ,though ineffective B． illegal, though effective C． harmful, though legal D． reasonable, though illegal D People become quite illogical when they try to decide what can be eaten and what cannot be eaten． If you lived in the Mediterranean, for example, you would consider octopus （章鱼） a great delicacy （佳肴） You would not be able to understand why some people find it ． repulsive． On the other hand, your stomach would turn at the idea of frying potatoes in animal fat 梩 he normally accepted practice in many northern countries． The sad truth is that most of us have been brought up to eat certain foods and we stick to them all our lives． No creature has received more praise and abuse than the common garden snail （蜗 牛） ．Cooked in wine, snails are a great luxury in various parts of the world． There are countless people who, ever since their early years, have learned to associate snails with food． As my friend, Robert's flat is in a large town, he has no garden of his own． For years he has been asking me to collect snails from my garden and take them to him． The idea never appealed to me very much, but one day, after a heavy shower, I happened to be walking in my garden when I noticed a huge number of snails on some of my favorite plants． Acting on a sudden impulse （冲动）I collected several dozen, put them in a paper bay, and took them to Robert．Robert was , delighted to see me and equally pleased with my little gift． I left the bag in the hall and Robert and 1 went into the living room where we talked for a couple of hours．I had forgotten all about the snails when Robert suddenly said that I must stay to dinner．Snails would, of course, be the main dish． I did not fancy the idea and 1 reluctantly （不情愿地） followed Robert out of the room． To our surprise, we saw that there were snails everywhere : they had escaped from the paper bag and had taken complete possession of the hall! I have never been able to look at a snail since then． 67． The underlined word "repulsive" in Paragraph 1 most probably means "．_____"． A． disgusting B． pleasant C． acceptable D． delicious 68． We can infer from Paragraph 3 that when collecting the snails, the writer ____． A． was glad that he could share them with his friend B． didn't think much about the result and it was just a sudden wish C． was excited about being able to give his friend a surprise D． was depressed because it was hard to catch them all 69． The writer finds that snails ____． A． are as delicious as octopus B． are disliked in his hometown C． are the most controversial food D． are as popular as fried potatoes' 70． According to the passage, people love different foods mainly because _____．
A． they live in different places B． they have the same genes as their parents C． they have different understandings of delicacies D． they learn to eat certain foods in their families 71． What's the best title for the passage? A． Foods and cultures B． Snail and octopus C． One man's meat is another man's poison D． People are illogical in front of delicacies E To get a chocolate out of a box requires a lot of unpacking: the box has to be taken out of the paper bag in which it arrived, the cellophane （玻璃纸） wrapper has to be tom off, the lid opened and the paper removed, the chocolate itself then has to be unwrapped from its own piece of paper: But this overuse of wrapping is not limited to luxuries． It is now becoming increasingly difficult to buy anything that is not done up in beautiful wrapping． The package itself is of no interest to the shopper, who usually throws it away immediately． Useless wrapping accounts for much of the refuse put out by the average London house-hold each week So why is it done? Some of it, like the cellophane on meat, is necessary, but most of the rest is simply competitive selling． This is absurd． Packaging is using up valuable energy and resources and polluting the environment． Recycling is already happening with milk bottles which are returned to the dairies(牛奶场）, washed out, and refilled． But both glass and paper are being threatened by the growing use of plastic． More dairies are experimenting with plastic bottles． The trouble with plastic is that it does not rot Some environmentalists argue that the only solution to the problem of ever increasing plastic containers is to throw away plastic altogether in the shops, a suggestion unacceptable to many producers who say there is no alternative （替代品） to their handy plastic packs． It is evident that more research is needed into the recovery and re-use of various materials and into the cost of collecting and recycling containers rather than producing new ones． Unnecessary packaging, intended to be used just once, and make things look better so more people will buy them, is clearly becoming increasingly absurd But it is．not so much a question of throwing away packaging as using it wisely．What is needed now is a more advanced approach to using scarce resources for what is, after all, a relatively unimportant function. 72． The underlined part "this overuse of wrapping is not limited to luxuries" （in Paragraph l） means . A． more wrapping is needed for ordinary products B． more wrapping is used for luxuries than for ordinary products C． too much wrapping is used for both luxury and ordinary products D． the wrapping used for luxury products is unnecessary 73． Packaging is important to producers because . A． it is easy to use it again B. they want to attract more shoppers C． shoppers are all interested in beautiful packaging D． packaged things will not go rotten
74． According to the passage, dairies are . A． experimenting with the use of paper bottles B． giving up the use of glass bottles C． increasing the use of plastic bottles D． re using their paper containers 75． Some environmentalists think that ． A． plastic packaging should be made more convenient B． no alternative can be found to plastic packaging C． too much plastic is wasted D． shops should stop using plastic containers
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） 此题要求改正所给短文中的错误。对标有题号的每一行作出判断：如无错误，在该行右 边横线上勾一个（√） ；如有错误（每行只有一个错误） ，则按下列情况改正： 此行多一个词：把多余的词用斜线（＼）划掉，在该行右边横线上写出该词；并也用斜 线划摔。 此行缺一个词 j 在缺词处加一个漏字符号（^） ，在该行右边横线上写出该加的词。 此行错一个词：在错的词下划一横线，在该行右边横线上写出改正后的诃。 注意：原行没有错的不要改。 Mr Hill was a chicken farmer where had hundreds of chickens． 76． He sold eggs and got quite a lot of money, so he lived in a very 77． hot part of the country. He found his hen laid hardly any eggs 78． in summer, and then he decided to put his air conditioner into 79． his chicken house so that his hens would lay well all through year． 80． The boss of the air conditioning company came to see her one day． 81． He thought that he might be able to persuade him to buy for an air 82． conditioner when he saw．Mr Hill's house, ??Your wife would be more happier 83． and more comfortable then ,” he said to Mr-Hill. But Mr Hill was not interesting. 84． “My wife didn't lay eggs,” Mr Hill said． 第二节：书面表达（满分 25 分） 假定你是新华中学学生李华，史密斯先生在你校任教期满，即将启程回国。你校定于今 天下午举行欢送会， ，请你发育。 内容主要包括： 1．赞扬史密斯先生耐心努力的工作； 2．回顾大家与史密斯先生的交往； 3．欢迎史密斯先生再次来中国做客。 注意： 1．词数 100 左右； 2．可以适当增加细节，以使行文连贯； 3．开头和结尾已给出，不计入总词数。 Good afternoon, everyone !
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