第一部分听力略 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.---In recent years, _____ problem of global warming has been very serious. ---That's right. People are f
acing ____ number of natural disasters now. A. the; a meals or not. A. bargain A. In case them. A. alternative performing in it. A. a large number of B. a plenty of A. in which B. which C. huge amounts of D. a great deal C. how D. what 26. I don’t like the way ____ he often uses to speak to me. 27. Nowhere else _____ be able to find a larger display of sea animals, including one of the largest collections of sharks in the world. A. you will B. can you C. could you D. will you 28. —Are you sure Mike will help us if we are in trouble? — _____. He is a reliable friend. A. It doesn’t matter C. You can count on it A. call off B. take off B. Don’t take it to heart D. No problem C. come off D. cut off B. casual C. instant D. realistic 25 The film is said to have cost _________ money because of lots of famous stars B. debate C. quarrel D. contest D. In a row 23. He was found guilty. _____, he lost the job and was blamed for incompetence. B.Asa consequence C. After all 24. Rome was not built in a day. You should set ______ goals and work hard to achieve B. a; the C. a; a D. the; the 22. Recently our class held a fierce ________ as to whether to raise the price of school （总分120分）
29 Rescuers had to _____ the search because of worsening weather conditions. 30. _____ by the clear waters, this forest provides visitors with a wonderful chance to see some endangered native birds in the wild. A. Being surrounded B. Surrounding C. Surrounded D. To be surrounded 31．It is high time that we started to consider what smog caused by traffic fumes and other pollutions. A. affection A. largely B. attention B. regularly C.measures their own fault. C. properly D. fortunately D.advantages 32．However, they can hardly blame me; it is we should take to reduce heavy
33．We hope one day all the violence and poverty will be we can live a really harmonious life. A. put out B. given out C. wiped out
in the whole world and D. left out the war had ended, D. where; which
34 ． The news spread quickly through the village _____.made villagers wild with joy. A. which; that ---OK. _______. A It doesn’t matter B. It depends C. No way B. that; what C. that; which 35. ---This is my treat and next is yours. How is that?
D. It’s a deal
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, 并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 When I was fifteen, I announced to my English class that I was going to write my own books. Half the students smiled unkindly, 36 nearly fell out of their chairs laughing. “Don’t be 37 , only geniuses can become writers,” the English teacher said, “And you are getting a D this term.” I was so ashamed I burst into 38 . That night I wrote a short sad poem about broken dreams and mailed it to the newspaper. To my 39 , they published it and sent me two dollars. I was a published and paid writer. I showed my teacher and fellow students. They laughed, “Just plain dumb luck,” the teacher said. I 40 success. I’d sold the first thing I’d 41 written. That was more than any of them had done and if it was just dumb luck that was fine with me. During the next two years I sold dozens of poems and letters. By the time I graduated from high school, I had scrapbooks (剪贴簿) 42 my published works. I never 43 my writing to my teachers, friends or my family 44 because they were dream killers. I had four children at the time. 45 the children slept, I typed on my ancient typewriter. I wrote what I felt. It took nine months. I chose a 46 and mailed it. A month later I received a contract, an advance on payments, and a request to start 47 another book. Crying Wind, became a best seller, was translated into fifteen languages and sold worldwide. My first book also became 48 reading in native American schools in Canada. The 49 year I ever had as a writer I earned two dollars. In my best year I earned 36,000 dollars. People ask what college I 50 , what degrees I had and what qualifications I have to be a writer. The answer is: “None.” I just write. I’m not a genius. I use an electric typewriter that I paid a hundred and twenty nine dollars 51 six years ago. I do all the housework and 52 my writing in a few minutes here and there. I’ve written eight books. To all those who dream of writing, I’m shouting at you: “Yes, you can. Don’t listen to them.” I don’t write right 53 I’ve succeeded. Writing is 54 , it’s fun and anyone can do it. 55 ,
a little dumb luck doesn’t hurt. 36. A. other B. others C. the other D. the rest 37. A. silly B. curious C. excited D. depressed 38. A. laughter B. tears C. song D. cheers 39. A. puzzlement B. disappointment C. expectation D. astonishment 40. A. tasted B. met C. accepted D. considered 41. A. yet B. never C. even D. ever 42. A. crowded with B. filled with C. combined with D. linked with 43. A. remembered B. concluded C. mentioned D. described 44. A. again B. instead C. still D. merely 45. A. Though B. Before C. Until D. While 46. A. writer B. reporter C. publisher D. manager 47. A. working on B. going on C. turning on D. putting on 48. A. requested B. required C. demanded D. reminded 49. A. busiest B. worse C. worst D. highest 50. A. attended B. took C. admitted D. participated 51. A. out B. to C. by D. for 52. A. keep B. fit C. save D. hold 53. A. or B. so C. and D. but 54. A. easy B. hard C. convenient D. practical 55. A. On the contrary B. Of course C. As a result D. In this way 第三部分 阅读理解(共 20 小题；每小题 2 分。满分 40 分) ）第一节（共 15 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 30 分
A programmer and an engineer are sitting next to each other on a long flight from Los Angeles to New York. The programmer leans over to the engineer and asks if he would like to play a fun game. The engineer just wants to take a nap, so he politely declines and rolls over to the window to catch a few winks. The programmer persists and explains that the game is really easy and has a lot of fun. He explains, “I ask you a question, and if you don’t know the answer, you pay me $5. Then you ask me a question, and if I don’t know the answer, I’ll pay you $5.” Again, the engineer politely refuses and tries to get to sleep. The programmer, now somewhat agitated, says, “OK, if you don’t know the answer you pay me $5, and if I don’t know the answer, I’ll pay you $50!” This catches the engineer’s attention, and he sees no end to this torment(折磨) unless he plays, so he agrees to the game.
The programmer asks the first question. “What’s the distance from the earth to the moon?” The engineer doesn’t say a word, but reaches into his wallet, pulls out a five dollar bill and hands it to the programmer. Now, it’s the engineer’s turn. He asks the programmer, “What goes up a hill with three legs, and comes down on four?” The programmer looks up at him with a puzzled look. He takes out his laptop computer and searches all of his references. After about an hour, he wakes the engineer and hands him $50. The engineer politely takes the $50 and turns away to try to get back to sleep. The programmer, more than a little miffed, shakes the engineer and asks, “Well, so what’s the answer?” Without a word, the engineer reaches into his wallet, hands the programmer $5, and turns away and goes back to sleep. 56. What’s the meaning of the underlined work “agitated”? A. Angry. A. Confident. B. Excited. B. Selfish. C. Surprised. C. Greedy. D. Curious. D. Generous. 57. What kind of person is the programmer according to what he said? 58. What can we infer according to the last sentence? A. The engineer has little money with him. B. Actually the engineer doesn’t know the answer, either. C. The engineer is bored with programmer. D. The engineer beats the programmer at last. 59. Which is NOT true according to the passage? A. In the beginning the engineer is not interested in the game. B. The engineer is too sleepy to want to play the game. C. At last the engineer gains $45 from the programmer. D. Nobody knows the answer to the engineer’s question.
The day my fiancé fell to his death, it started to snow, just like the bottom hadn’t fallen out of my world when he fell off the roof. His body, when I found it, was lightly covered with snow. It snowed almost every day for the next four months, while I sat on the couch and watched it pile up. One morning, I shuffled( 拖 着 脚 步 走 ) downstairs and was surprised to see a snowplow(扫雪机) clearing my driveway and the bent back of a woman shoveling my walk. I dropped to my knees, crawled through the living room, and back upstairs so those good Samaritans would not see me. I was mortified. My first thought was, how would I ever repay them? I didn’t have the strength to brush my hair, let alone shovel someone’s walk. Before Jon’s death, I took pride in the fact that I rarely asked for help or favors. I defined myself by my competence and independence. How could I respect myself if all I did was sit on the couch everyday and watch the snow fall?
Learning how to receive the love and support that came my way wasn’t easy. Friends cooked for me and I cried because I couldn’t even help them set the table. “I’m not usually this lazy,” I swept. Finally, my friend Kathy sat down with me and said, “Mary, cooking for you is not a burden. It makes me feel good to be able to do something for you.” Over and over, I heard similar words of comfort from the people who supported me during those dark days. One very wise man told me, “You are not doing nothing. Being fully open to your grief may be the hardest work you will ever do.” In many ways I have changed for the better. I have been surprised to learn that there is incredible freedom that comes from facing one’s worst fear and walking away whole. 60. What made the author feel sad? A. Her fiancé’s sudden death. C. Her fiancé abandoning her. A. Surprised. A. herself B. Angry. B. her friends B. Constant heavy snow. D. Her job being refused again. C. Ashamed. C. her fiancé D. Moved. D. a snowplow
61. What’s the meaning of the underlined word “mortified” in Paragraph 1? 62. It is _______ that helped the author out of darkness. 63. Which of the following statements is NOT true? A. The author was a capable and independent woman. B. The author was so lazy that she wouldn’t shovel the walk. C. Finally the author got through hardest work bravely. D. When facing the worst fear, you will get strength.
President Coolidge’s statement, “The business of America is business,” still points to a very important truth today — that business organizations have more prestige (威望) in American society than any other kind of organization, including the government. Why do business institutions still possess this great prestige? One reason is that Americans view business as being more firmly based on the idea of competition than other organizations in society. Since competition is seen as the main source of progress and development by most Americans, competitive business organizations are respected. Competition is not only good in itself; it is the means by which other basic American values, such as individual freedom, equality of opportunity, and hard work are protected. Competition protects the individual freedom by making sure that there is no monopoly (垄 断) of power. Compared with one and all-powerful government, many businesses compete against each other for benefit. If one business tries to take unfair advantage of its customers, it will lose to the competing business which treats its customers more fairly.
Since there are many businesses competing for the customers’ dollars, they cannot afford to treat them unfairly and the customers would lose nothing A contrast is often made between business, which is competitive, and government, which is a monopoly. Because business is competitive, many Americans believe that it gives more support for freedom than government, even though government leaders are elected by the people while business leaders are not. Many Americans believe that competition is as important, or even more important, as democracy in protecting freedom. Competition in business is also believed to strengthen the idea of equal opportunities. Competition is seen as an open and fair race where success goes to any person regardless of his or her social class background. Competitive success is commonly seen as the American choice of the higher social position which is not based on one’s family background. Business is therefore viewed as an expression of the idea of equal opportunities 64. Which of the following is discussed as the main topic in the passage? A. Competition in America’s business. C. Americans’ different values. A. when given equal opportunities B. through doing business C. by protecting their individual freedom D. by means of competition 66. Who can benefit from business competition? A. Businessmen who compete. B. Customers of those businesses. C. People with the idea of equality and freedom. D. Both business organizations and government. 67. It could be inferred from the passage that the author believes ______. A. business in other countries are not as competitive as those in the USA B. business problems are very important to the American government C. the competition in business plays a very important role in America D. American business is the most powerful one in the whole world B. Freedom in America’s business. D. Business against government.
65. Americans believe that they can realize their personal values ______.
“I like your smile, but unlike you put your shoes on my face”. A charming way of saying “Keep off the grass”. But could you figure it out? Or this: “Wash Clothing Store” for laundry. They are both typical Chinglish, a combination of English vocabulary and Chinese
grammar. Expressions such as “people mountain people sea”, means extremely crowded, and “give you some color to see”, meaning a punishment, are widely known and recognized. Chinglish has been attracting global attention in recent years as China grows rapidly in stature on the world stage, attracting both fans and detractors. The Beijing Speaks Foreign Languages Programme and English First China Company, a language trainer known as EF Education, jointly launched a campaign to root out poor grammar and misused vocabulary in downtown Beijing. They argue Chinglish is an embarrassment that we should let it die out at all costs. “It is meaningful, to allow the capital show its most beautiful historical and cultural heritage to the world." Michael Lu, vice-president of EF Education said, “since the launching of the campaign, foreign teachers and students had been very keen to volunteer participation.”He believed signs were very important in public services. "The signs in some old buildings confused foreign visitors. Chinglish, although the target of much criticism, has also won supporters who regard it as an interesting way for foreigners to learn how Chinese people think and express themselves. “Many Chinglish logos carry Chinese elements and they will enrich the English language,” 32-year-old Oliver Radtke said. He had even published a book “Chinglish: Found in Translation,” on the subject. About 50,000 copies of the book have been sold since it was published in 2007. Some Chinese university experts also side with Chinglish. "English has absorbed elements from other languages such as French and Spanish in its growth, and the emergence of Chinglish again testifies to the language’s vitality and inclusiveness," said Shi Anbin, an associate professor of Tsinghua University. 68．How did Chinglish come into being? A. Chinese people misunderstood the meaning of the new words. B. Chinese people combined English vocabulary with Chinese grammar. C. Chinese people based their English on the native English speakers. D. Chinese people make wide use of English vocabulary with bad spelling. 69．What Shi Anbin said means . A. there are many French and Spanish words in English B. English is the language with vitality and inclusiveness C. Chinglish enriches English and shouldn’t be got rid of D. Chinglish has greater effect on English than French and Spanish 70．According to Oliver Radtke, Chinglish A. shows how Chinese people think language . B. does damage to the English
C. shows the great humor of Chinese people 第二节（共 5 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 10 分
D. should be sold to all over the world
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。 Each year there is an increasing number of cars on roads and streets as millions of new cars and trucks are produced. One out of every six Americans works at putting together the parts of cars, driving trucks, building roads or filling cars and trucks with gas. 71 Most Americans would find it hard to imagine what life would look like without cars. 72 . The polluted air becomes poisonous and dangerous to health. 73 . That’s what several of the large car factories have been trying to do. But to build a clean car is easier said than done. Progress in this field has been slow. Another way is to take the place of the car engine by something else. 74 . Many makers believe that it will take years to develop a practical model that pleases man. To prevent the world from being polluted by cars, we’ll have to make some changes in the way many of us live. Americans, for example, have to cut down on the number of their total cars. They are encouraged to travel and go to work by bicycle. Bicycling is thought to help the air clean. But this change does not come easily. A large number of workers may find themselves without jobs if a car factory closes down. 75 . Although cars have led us to a better life, they have also brought us new problems. A.Thus the problem of air pollution would become less important than that of unemployment. B. Americans know cars very well. C. However, some have realized the serious problems of the air pollution that is caused by cars. D. One way to get rid of the polluted air is to build a car that does not pollute.
E. However, the number of vehicles has continued to increase in recent years. F. Americans won’t live without cars! G. Inventors are now working on steam cars as well as electric cars. 第 2 卷（非选择题，共 35 分） 第一节 短文改错(共 10 小题; 每小题 1, 满分 10 分) 文中有 10 处语言错误, 每句中最多有两处。错误涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。 增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号（∧）, 并在其下写出该加的词。 删除:把多余的词用斜线（\）划掉。 修改:在错的词下划一横线, 并在该词下面写出修改后的词。 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。 Last Sunday I went to Beijing National Stadium. At gate I happened to meet some young America tourists. I greeted to them in English and then we began to chat. From the chat I learned that they were college students traveling in Beijing but most of them were fond of Chinese culture. They were busy taking pictures and they seem to be much impressed by the changes which had been taken place in the past few years. After come out of the Stadium, we went to the Water Cube and had a good time there. We exchanged our email address so that we could keep touch with each other later. They thanked us again and again. I was very glad to have the chance to practise my oral English. 第二节 书面表达 (满分 25 分) 假定你是李华，你通过 MSN 得知去年曾在你校客座教授英 语的 Jack Wood 最近在打篮球时摔倒严重伤了右肩，你很挂念他的伤情并告知他你看到了 他的博客（Traveling Along The Old Silk Road in Gansu）。请你依据以下内容给他写一封 信，内容主要包括：1. 慰问他的伤情； 2. 简要评论他的博客；3. 对他曾经的教学印象 深刻，获益匪浅，希望今后多联系。 注意：1. 词数 100 左右 2. 可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。 3.开头及结尾已为你写好,不计入总词数。 Dear Jack Wood, How worried I am to hear the news that you had your right shoulder injured seriously after falling down while playing basketball. Sincerely yours, Li Hua
2013—2014 学年度第一学期高三英语月考(10 月)
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One of the possible versions： Dear Jack Wood, How worried I am to hear the news that you had your right shoulder injured seriously after falling down while playing basketball. I’m anxious to know more about your injury, wondering whether you are feeling any better now. And I also want to say how excited I am when I read your blogs---Travelling Along the Old Silk Road in Gansu. You mentioned lots of places of interest in my hometown, most of which I’ve never been to. What a pity! I believe your vivid description and beautiful pictures make my hometown known to more people. They are worth reading. Up to now, I still have been impressed with your interesting and attractive English classes and I really benefited a lot. Looking forward to hearing from you and expecting you to recover as soon as possible! Sincerely yours, Li Hua 21—25ABBDC 26---30BDCAC 31---35CACCD 36—40DABDA 41—45DBCAD 46—50CABCA 51—55DBDAB 56—59BABC 60—63ACBB 64-67ADBC 68—70BCA 71—75FCDGA 76 加 the 77America—American 78 to 删 79 but—and 80 seem—seemed 81 been 删 82 come---coming 83 address---addresses 84 加 in 85 us--me