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汕头市金山中学 2012-2013 学年度第一学期期中考试

高三英语
全卷满分 135 分,考试时间 120 分钟
第一部分 语言知识及应用(共两节,满分 45 分) 第一节 完形填空(共 15 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下面短

文,掌握其大意;然后从 1-15 各题所给的 A、B、C 和 D 选项中,选出最 佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 When we read books we seem to enter a new world. This new world can be similar to the one we are living in, or it can be very 1 . Some stories are told 2 they were true. Real people who live in a normal world do real things; in other words, the stories are about people just like us doing what we do. Other stories, such as the Harry Potter books, are not 3 . They are characters and creatures that are very different from us and do things that would be 4 for us. But there is more to books and writing than this. If we think about it, even realistic writing is only 5 . How can we tell the difference between what is real and what is not real? For example, when we read about Harry Potter, we do seem to learn something about the real world. And when Harry studies magic at Hogwarts, he also learns more about his real life than 6 . Reading, like writing, is an action. It is a way of 7 . When we read or write something, we do much more than simply look at words on a page. We use our 8 --- which is real --- and our imagination ---which is real in a different way --- to make the words 9 in our minds. Both realism and fantasy use the imagination and the “magic” of reading and writing to make us think. When we read 10 realistic, we have to imagine that the people we are reading about are just like us, even though we know that we are real and they are not. It sounds 11 , but it works. When we read, we fill in missing information and 12 about the causes and effects of what a character does. We help the writer by pretending that what we read is like real life. In a way, we are writing the book, too. Most of us probably don?t think about what is going on in our 13 when we are reading. We 14 a book and lose ourselves in a good story, eager to find out what will happen next. Knowing how we feel 15 we read can help us become better readers, and it will help us discover more about the real magic of books. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. A. possible A. that A. realistic A. difficult A. thinkable A. lessons A. working A. knowledge B. easy B. what B. reasonable B. impossible B. designed B. dreams B. thinking B. skill
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C. new C. whether C. moral C. important C. imagined C. experience C. understanding C. words
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D. different D. as if D. instructive D. necessary D. planned D. magic D. living D. grammar

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9. A. come to life nothing 10. A. a newspaper 11. A. dangerous 12. A. talk 13. A. mind 14. A. turn up 15. A. what B. come to light B. something B. serious B. learn B. life B. pick up B. how C. come to the point C. everything C. strange C. read C. world C. cook up C. when D. come to

D. a story D. terrible D. think D. society D. bring up D. why

第二节 语法填空(共 10 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 15 分) 阅读下面短文,按照句子结构的语法性和上下文连贯的要求,在空格处填入一个适当的 词或使用括号中词语的正确形式填空,并将答案填写在答题卷标号为 16-25 的相应位置上。 Vitamins are complex chemical substances 16 (find) in many foods. The human body needs them for health and 17 (grow). The body makes some vitamins, 18 usually in amounts too small to meet its needs. 19 vitamins are not made in the body. These must be supplied. No one knows exactly 20 all vitamins work. Doctors 21 know that vitamins have very special uses. One vitamin 22 cannot take the place of another. The steady absence of one vitamin in 23 otherwise complete diet causes a deficiency disease. Rickets, scurvy, and pellagra are examples of deficiency diseases. It is best to obtain vitamins 24 eating the foods in which they occur. There are also pills that contain a single vitamin or a combination of vitamins. People should consult 25 doctors before they take any vitamin pills. 第二部分 阅读(共两节,满分 50 分) 第一节 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 A、B、C 和 D 项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂 黑。 A Susan Sontag (1933 ------ 2004) was one of the most noticeable figures in the world of literature. For more than 40 years she made it morally necessary to know everything----- to read every book worth reading, to see every movie worth seeing. When she was still in her early 30s, publishing essays in such important magazines as Partisan Review, she appeared as the symbol of American culture life, trying hard to follow every new development in literature, film and art. With great effort and serious judgment, Sontag walked at the latest edges of world culture. Seriousness was one of Sontag?s lifelong watchwords (格言), but at a time when the barriers between the well-educated and the poorly-educated were obvious, she argued for a true openness to the pleasure of pop culture. In Notes Camp, the 1964 essay that first made her name, she explained what was then a little-known set of difficult understandings, through which she could not have been more famous. Notes on Camp, she wrote, represents “a victory of ?form? over ?content?, ?beauty? over ?morals?”. By conviction she was a sensualist (感觉论者), but by nature she was a moralist, and in the works she published in the 1970s and 1980s, it was the latter side of her that came forward. In Illness as Metaphor ------published in 1978, after she suffered cancer ------ she argued against the idea that cancer was somehow a special problem of repressed (被压抑的) personalities, a concept that effectively blamed the victim for the disease. In fact, re-examining old positions was her
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lifelong habit. In America, her story of a 19th century Polish actress who set up a perfect society in California, won the National Book Award in 2000. But it was as a tireless, all-purpose cultural view that she made her lasting fame. “Sometimes,” she once said, “I feel that, in the end, all I am really defending… is the idea of seriousness, of true seriousness.” And in the end, she made us take it seriously too. 26. It is implied but not stated in the first paragraph that Sontag _________. A. was a symbol of American cultural life B. developed world literature, film and art C. published many essays about world culture D. kept pace with the newest development of world culture 27. She first won her name through _________. A. publishing essays in magazines like Partisan Review B. her story of a Polish actress C. her explanation of a set of difficult understandings D. her book Illness as Metaphor 28. From the works Susan published in the 1970s and 1980s, we can learn that ________. A. she was more of a moralist than a sensualist B. she was more of a sensualist than a moralist C. she believed repressed personalities mainly led to illness D. she would like to re-examine old positions 29. According to the passage, Susan Sontag would agree to the ideas except _________. A. We should try hard to follow every new development in literature, film and art. B. Cancer can be defeated because it is a special problem of repressed personalities. C. ?Form? should be over ?content?, ?beauty? should be over ?morals. D. We should defend the idea of seriousness, of true seriousness. 30. What is the passage mainly about? A. A lifelong watchword: seriousness B. Susan Sontag is the symbol of American culture C. How Susan Sontag became famous D. An introduction to Susan Sontag and her watchword B The teacher was leaving the village, and everybody seemed sorry. The miller at Cresscombe lent him the small cart and horse to carry his goods to Christminster, the city of his destination, such a vehicle proving of quite enough size for the teacher?s belongings. For his only article, in addition to the packing-case of books, was a piano that he had bought when he thought of learning instrumental music. But the eagerness having faded, he had never acquired any skill in playing, and the purchased article had been a permanent trouble to him. The headmaster had gone away for the day, being a man who disliked the sight of changes. He did not mean to return till the evening, when the new teacher would have arrived, and everything would be smooth again. The blacksmith, the farm bailiff and the teacher were standing in confused attitudes in the sitting room before the instrument. The teacher had remarked that even if he got it into the cart he should not know what to do with it on his arrival at Christminster, since he was only going into a temporary place just at first. A little boy of eleven, who had been assisting in the packing, joined the group of men, and said,
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“Aunt has got a fuel-house, and it could be put there, perhaps, till you?ve found a place to settle in, sir.” “Good idea,” said the blacksmith. The smith and the bailiff started to see about the possibility of the suggested shelter, and the boy and the teacher were left standing alone. “Sorry I am going, Jude.” said the latter gently. Tears rose into the boy?s eyes. He admitted that he was sorry. “So am I,” said Mr. Phillotson. “Why do you go, sir?” asked the boy. “Well ----- don?t speak of this everywhere. You know what a university is, and a university degree? It is the necessary hallmark of a man who wants to do anything in teaching. My scheme, or dream, is to be a university graduate. By going to live at Christminster, I shall be at headquarters, so to speak, and if my scheme is practicable at all, I consider that being on the spot will afford me a better chance.” The smith and his companion returned. Old Miss Fawley?s fuel-house was practicable; and she seemed willing to give the instrument standing-room there. So it was left in the school till the evening, when more hands would be available for removing it; and the teacher gave a final glance round. At nine o?clock Mr. Phillotson mounted beside his box of books, and waved his friends good-bye. 31. It can be inferred that the teacher _______. A. was not getting on well with the headmaster B. had lived a rather simple life in the village C. was likely to continue to practice playing the piano D. would get a rise in the city on arriving there 32. The motivation of the teacher?s moving lay in his _________. A. ambition B. devotion C. admiration D. inspiration 33. The boy named Jude may be described as _________. A. polite, generous and cheerful B. active, modest and friendly C. kind, bright and helpful D. calm, confident and humorous 34. From the passage, we could get a general idea of the teacher?s ______. A. love for music and his dislike for musical instruments B. hard work in the village and his strong interest in city life C. friendship with some villagers and also conflicts with others D. eagerness to go to the city and his love for the village 35. Which person does the underlined “his companion” refer to? A. Mr. Phillotson B. Miss Fawley C. The bailiff D. The headmaster

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It?s high time someone spoke up for today?s college students. They?re probably the most hardworking, ambitious people in America and their problems are not properly appreciated.
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People like the Secretary of Education simply don?t know what they?re talking about when they knock students. Nor do those who complain about falling academic standards. The vast majority of the nation?s 12 million students are struggling to pay for their educations. They are part of the invisible workforce. Many hold down full-time jobs. They?re frying hamburgers, photographing weddings, working in construction, and waiting on tables. The fact that they even show up for classes is a wonderful event. The financial situation of most students explains a lot about what is happening in schools. Why are the traditional courses so unpopular? Why are students flocking to accounting and computer science and any professional programs that seem to lead to careers? Answer: Today?s working student has been forced into a kind of premature matter-of-fact way of viewing things. Romance is gone. The notion of transforming one?s self through study alone has disappeared. Today?s students seek freedom from manual labor, and the status conferred by a good job. There are other consequences. Today?s students don?t have much time or energy to be devoted, and carry out independent research or even do serious homework. That?s the secret behind falling academic standards. Students have become consumers. They want grades and certifications. Their professors can?t be expected to give a grade of failure to students who are clearly tired from the effort to pay their bills. There?s a lot wrong with this situation. It?s twisting the definition of education out of shape. Worse, it?s creating a generation that is totally unpleasant. The brightest students turn out to be yuppies (雅皮士). The vast majority are, at least, good-natured semi-literates. The time has run out for philosophical debates about fixed courses of study. What this country needs is someone to stand up and say that being a full-time student during one?s formative years is an honorable calling worthy of support. If families can?t or won?t give it to their children, then the government should. 36. The author?s purpose in writing this article is to __________. A. awaken the whole society to the problems today?s college students face B. warn Americans that academic standards are falling C. advise college students to study hard D. provide a suggestion that only full-time students be enrolled 37. The most suitable word to describe the author?s feelings about today?s college students is _________. A. criticize B. sympathize C. complain D. urge 38. Which of the following cannot be learned from the passage? A. Many students are often absent from classes. B. Traditional courses are not popular. C. Students commit crimes with computers. D. Students don?t devote much time and energy to their homework. 39. By saying “Romance is gone” in paragraph 5, the author means ____________. A. today?s students do not believe in love stories any more B. today?s students become more practical in dealing with things C. students think there is no affection any more and break up with their lovers D. today?s students hold matter-of-fact opinions on love 40. Which of the following suggestions will the author not agree with?
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A. B. C. D. We should encourage students to give up full-time jobs. Families should offer their children more help financially. We should stand up and say something for today?s college students. We should make more strict regulations to force students to study hard. D Seventeenth-century houses in colonial North American were simple structures that were primarily functional, carrying over traditional designs that went back to the Middle Ages. During the first half of the eighteen century, however, houses began to show a new elegance. As wealth increased, more and more colonist built fine houses. Since architecture was not yet a specialized profession in the colonies, the design of buildings was left either to amateur (业余) designers or to carpenters who were engaged in translating architectural handbooks imported from England. Inventories of libraries shows an astonishing number of these handbooks for builders, and the houses built during the eighteenth century show their influence. Nevertheless, most household architecture of the first-quarters of the eighteenth century displays a wide divergence of taste and freedom of application of the rules laid down in these books. Increasing wealth and growing sophistication (文化修养) throughout the colonies resulted in houses of improved design, whether the material was wood, stone, or brick. New England still favored wood, though brick houses became common in Boston and other towns, where the danger of fire gave an impetus (推动) to the use of more durable material. A few houses in New England were built of stone, but only in Pennsylvania and areas nearby was stone widely used in buildings. An increased use of brick in houses and outbuildings is noticeable in Virginia and Maryland, but wood remained the most popular material even in houses built by wealthy landowners. In the Carolinas, even in closely packed Charleston, wooden houses were much common than brick houses. Eighteenth-century houses showed great interior improvements over the former ones. Windows were made larger and shutters removed. Large, clear panes replaced the small leaded glass of the seventeenth century. Doorways were larger and more decorative. Fireplaces became decorative features of rooms. Walls were made of plaster or wood. White paint began to take the place of blues, yellows, greens, and lead colors, which had been popular for walls in the earlier years. After about 1730, advertisements for wallpaper styles in scenic patterns began to appear in colonial newspapers. 41. What?s the passage mainly about? A. The improved design of eighteenth-century colonial houses. B. A comparison of eighteenth-century houses and modern houses. C. The decorations used in eighteenth-century houses. D. The role of carpenters in building eighteenth-century houses. 42. What was one of the main reasons for the change in architectural style in eighteenth-century North America? A. More architects arrived in the colonies. B. The colonists developed an interest in classical architecture. C. Bricks were more readily available
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D. The colonists had more money to spend on housing. 43. According to the passage, who was responsible for designing houses in eighteenth-century North America? A. professional architects B. customers C. interior decorators D. carpenters 44. The passage implies that the rules described in architectural handbooks were ____________. A. generally ignored B. broken by professional architects C. not strictly stuck to D. only followed by older builders 45. The underlined word “divergence” is closest in meaning to ________. A. description B. developing C. difference D. interest

第二节 信息匹配 (共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分)
请阅读下列寓言小故事和故事寓意,从所给的六个选项( A、B、C、D、E 和 F)中,选出 附和各小题要求的最佳选项 下面是几则寓言小故事: 46. An ant went to the bank of a river to quench its thirst, and being carried away by the rush of the stream, was on the point of drowning. A dove sitting on a tree overhanging the water plucked a leaf and let it fall into the stream close to her. The ant climbed onto it and floated in safety to the bank. Shortly afterwards a birdcatcher came and stood under the tree, aiming at the dove. The ant, perceiving his design, stung him in the foot. In pain the birdcatcher shouted, and noise made the dove take wing. 47. Two men were travelling together, when a bear suddenly met them on their path. One of them climbed up quickly into a tree and hid himself in the branches. The other, seeing that he must be attacked, fell flat on the ground, and when the bear came up and felt him with his snout, and smelt him all over, he held his breath, and pretended to be dead as much as he could. The bear soon left him, for he will not touch a dead body. When he disappeared, the other traveler descended from the tree, and asked his friend what it was the bear had whispered in his ear. “He gave me this advice,” his companion replied. “Never travel with a friend who deserts you at the approach of danger.” 48. A prince had some monkeys trained to dance. Being naturally good at learning, they showed themselves excellent pupils, and in their rich clothes and masks, they danced as well as any of the courtiers. Their performance was often repeated with great applause, till on one occasion a courtier, bent on mischief, took from his pocket a handful of nuts and threw them upon the stage. The monkeys at the sight of the nuts forgot their dancing and became (as indeed they were) monkeys instead of actors. Pulling off their masks and tearing their robes, they fought with one another for the nuts. The dancing spectacle thus came to an end in the laughter and ridicule of the audience. 49. A cock was once strutting up and down the farmyard among the hens when suddenly he noticed something shining in the straw. “Ho! Ho!” said he, “that?s for me,” and soon rooted it out from beneath the straw. It turned out to be a pearl that by some chance had been lost in
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the yard. “You may be a treasure,” signed the cock, “to man, but for me I would rather have a single barley-corn.” 50. An old man on the point of death summoned his sons around hi to give them some parting advice. He ordered his servants to bring in a bunch of sticks, and said to his eldest son: “Break it.” The son tried hard, but with all his efforts was unable to break the bundle. The other sons also tried, but none of them was successful. “Untie it,” said the father, “and each of you take a stick.” When they had done so, he called out to them: “Now, break,” and each stick was easily broken. 请阅读下面的故事寓意,然后匹配与之对应的小故事。 A. Not everything you see is what it appears to be. B. One man?s pleasure may be another?s pain. / One man?s meat is another?s poison. C. Misfortune tests the sincerity of friends. D. One good turn deserves another. E. Union gives strength. F. Precious things are for those that can prize them.

第三部分. 写作(共两节,满分为 40 分) 第一节 基础写作(共 1 小题,满分 15 分) 你叫李华,你的英国笔友 John 来信说假期要来中国,在你所在的城市逗留十天,希望你 给安排一下他的活动。你刚好要参加志愿者工作,很想邀请他参加,理由如下: 1 志愿者工作可以帮助有困难的人,将使他的中国之行更加有意义; 2 比起去景点观光,志愿者工作不但能更深入到普通民众的生活,而且有助于了解当地的 社会风俗。 【写作内容】 根据以上信息,给 John 写一封回信,说服他一起参加志愿者活动,信的开头和结尾已经 为你写好,请在信中包括以下内容: 1 告诉 John 你的假期计划并邀请他共同参与; 2 陈述以上两条理由; 3 建议 John 加入你们,并表示等待他的答复。 【写作要求】 1. 只能使用 5 个句子表达上述全部内容; 2. 文中不能出现真实姓名和学校名称。 John, I'm pleased to hear that you will come to China this vacation.

Best wishes, Yours, Lihua
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第二节 读写任务(共 1 小题,满分 25 分) 阅读下面的短文,然后按照要求写一篇 150 左右的英语短文。 With the development of information industry,our personal information has become more easily exposed in public.As some celebrities are worried about their telephone number, number ID and home address being put on the internet,ordinary people like us can?t escape from the doom either. A recent report from Xinhua reveals over twenty telephone-salespeople have been caught cheating customers by revealing their private information to local community of Beijing. The report says the salespeople would call their potential customers trying to earn their trust by correctly revealing their personal information such as their name,telephone number,home address and even previous purchases. They would then try to persuade the customer to buy a gold cellphone by mail. If the customer became suspicious,they would use another person?s identity to prove their authenticity.

你在某英文报刊看到这则报导后, 准备就我们学生该如何在网络保护私人信息、 “How 以 can we keep our personal information off the Internet?”为题目写一篇文章给该报编辑部。 1.以约 30 词简要概括新闻内容; 2.然后以约 120 词谈谈你的观点,内容包括: (1)在信息时代,想让个人信息完全与世隔绝是不可能的,但可尽量减少; (2)你为解决信息泄露所采取的一些措施: A.到有安全保障的网站买东西; B.只向能确保你个人信息安全的网站提供个人信息; C.其它一些你认为有效的措施. 1. 可以使用实例或其他论述方法支持你的论点,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。 概括准确,语言规范,内容合适,篇章连贯

高三英语期中考试 答题卷
高三( )班 姓名___________________ 注意:必须在指定的区域内作答,否则答案无效。 学号_________________

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第一节 基础写作(共 1 小题,满分 15 分) John, I'm pleased to hear that you will come to China this vacation.

Best wishes, Yours, Lihua 第二节:读写任务 (25 分)

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2012-2013 学年度第一学期高三英语期中考试参考答案
一.完形填空(15×2) 1---15 DDABC DBAAB CDABC

二.语法填空 (10×1.5) 16. found 17. growth 18. but 19. Other 20. how 21. do 22. therefore 23. an 24. by 25. their 三.阅读理解(25×2) 26---30 DCABD 31---35 BACDC 36---40ABCBD 41---45 ADDCC 46----50 DCAFE 四.作文 基础写作(15) John, I'm pleased to hear that you will come to China this vacation. As I'm going to participate in volunteer work this vacation, I hope that you will join us. As far as I'm concerned, volunteer work has a significant impact on your trip to China, which enables you to help people in trouble out. Compared with going sightseeing, volunteer work will make you go deeper into ordinary people's life. In the meanwhile, it is also helpful for you to know about the local customs. Thus, I really hope you can join us and I'm looking forward to your reply soon. Best wishes, Yours, Lihua 任务写作(25) How can we keep our personal information off the Internet? As is reported,more and more people are annoyed by strangers because our personal information,such as phone numbers,e-mails and so on,is exposed to the Internet. It?s almost impossible to keep all personal information off the Internet. However,we can take some measures to minimize the amount of information we reveal as we travel the Internet. First, shopping online is the ultimate in convenience, we must make sure that the checkout but page on the site is secure. Secondly, can only provide information to sites that promise not to we
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share it without our permission and avoid giving permission to share our information with “selected partners”.Besides,we shouldn?t post too much information on social networking sites, message boards and chat rooms. And chat rooms are meant for sharing. And if we blog,we should be careful not to reveal too much about ourselves. Obviously, larger an online presence we have, more information about us is going to the the be online. An online presence is not necessarily a bad thing,as it can open a whole world of opportunities.

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