湖北省黄冈市 2013 届高三上学期期末考试英语试题（word 版）
2013 年元月 29 日下午 2: 00?4: 00 本试卷共 10 页，全卷共 150 分。考试用时 120 分钟。 注意事项： 1. 答卷前，考生务必将自己的姓名、准考证号填写在试题卷和答题卡上。 2. 选择题每小题选出答案后，用 2B 铅笔把答题卡上对应题目的答案号涂黑。如需改动， 用橡皮擦干
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4.考试结束，监考人员将本试题卷和答题卡一并收回。 第一部分:听力略(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. Where does the conversation probably take place? A. In a restaurant. B. In a shop. C. In the post office. 2. What does the woman suggest the man doing? A. Lyi n g i n t h e b ed . B. G o in g t o s ee a do cto r. C . S to pp in g regu lar acti vi t i es . 3. What time is it now? A. 7.35. B7:40. C . 8 ： 0 0 . 4. What can we learn from the conversation? A. The man dislikes his new shirt. B. The new shirt doesn't fit him. C. He has no chance to w e a r h i s n e w s h i r t . 5. Who wanted to borrow a camera? A. Joe. " B. Lisa. C. Amy. 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、 C 三个选项 中 B、 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 至 8 题。 6. Why does the man want to study further? A. To brighten career. B. To kill time. C. To make friends. 7. How many providers offer distance-learning courses? A. 50. B. 500. C . 5 , 0 0 0 . 8. What degree does the man want to get? A. MA. B. Ph. D. C . B A . 听第 7 段材料，回答第 9 至 11 题。 9. What are the two speakers discussing? A. The final exam. B. A small test. C. The mid -term exam.
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21. Personal success or failure is of no _____， but the future of man cannot be ignored. A competence A. insurance B. independence C. intelligence D. consequence. _____ that covers hotel bills. D. competence 22. Apart from his monthly salary as a sales manager, he also gets a travel B. circumstance C allowance.;
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27. With the advances of technology, plastics have taken the place of many _____materials. 28. The spokesman said that this was a(n) _____negotiation( 谈 判 ） because it solved a lot of problems between the two sides. A. decorative A. consciously c o m p a B. defensive B. effectively r e d w i C. protective C. carefully t h o t D productive D. naturally h e r s . 29. Kids don't learn their native language _____， but they become fluent in them withina few years. 30. Saying “Thank youin a peaceful and grateful manner, you will get the upper hand o p p o r t u n i t i e s A. by means of B. in spite of C An terms of D. in need of
第二节?完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分，满分'20 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。
I used to be really afraid to let people know that I?m smart. I got picked on just because I worked hard and got good grades. Sometimes kids even 31 was embarrassing！ Near the end of the term， we had a really big test. When I finished the test, I knew I hadn't done my best. I 34 _____have been happy. But somehow I didn?t feel 35 _____about it at all. When I got my test scores back， I felt so ashamed The worst part was the 36 _____my mom kept looking at me. It was like I wasn't even her daughter anymore. I couldn?t 37 _____it. I knew I had to make it up to my mom, so I started trying harder. Things got better, too. My test scores 38 _____and other kids actually started coming to me for help. Some kids still 39 me a little， but I also knew that some of my classmates 40 _____me， so I didn?t mind so much. Everything was good 41 _____I won another competition. I was so happy I won! At first everything was perfect. People were 42 _____me and being really nice. But after a few days， a friend started a 43 _____that I?d cheated in the competition and people believed it 44 _____They whispered together at lunch, glaring at me， then whispered some more. All this upset me so much that I went back to my 45 _____ways, hiding my test scores or just not trying to do well. The teasing still didn?t stop, though. Finally I 46 _____and told my mom everything. Together, we went to the principal to tell him what was going on. Talking things out with my mom, I started to understand that the people who were so 47 _____to me were really just jealous, and that they wished they had some of the 48 _____I got for things like good test _____me bad names, so I decided to try to hide my brains. I just32 _____trying so hard When I didn't try hard, my teacher let me know she was 33 _____at me. That
scores and winning the competition. I still get teased sometimes, but now I've just 49 _____to be proud of what I can do. No matter what a few mean people say， I?ve realized that being smart will help me 50 _____my dreams and be successful in life. That?s much more important to me. I?m glad I?m smart and I'm not about to hide it anymore！ 31. A . a n n o u n c e d 32. A . 33. A . 34. ^ A , 35. A . 36. A . 37. A 39. A . 41. A . 43. A . 44. A . 45. A . 46. A . 47. A . 48. A . 49. A . 50. A .
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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，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
A In a message beginning "Dear President Obama”，the 86-year-old queen Elizabeth said：“I have been deeply shocked and saddened to learn of the dreadful loss of life today in Newtown. Connecticut； particularly the news that so many of the dead are children. ” The gunman, named as Adam Lanza, 20, killed 20 small children and six teachers in the Friday shooting, after walking into a school in an idyllic Connecticut town. He had earlier killed his mother, who was a teacher at the school. Former school bus driver Marsha Moskowitz is in disbelief. She once drove at least two of the victims to school， and remembers driving the gunman when he was in middle school. “I recall him to be quiet, reserved and very shy. Pretty much stayed to himself on the bus. ” Connecticut State Police spokesman Paul Vance says Lanza forced his way into thebuilding. “We have established the point of entry. He was not voluntarily let into the school at all, but he forced his way into the school.？ But that's as far as we can go on that. ” As the nation struggles to understand how the tragedy could have occurred, Lawrence Palinkas,
Professor of Social Work at the University of Southern California, notes the reason why so many young Americans have become targets in mass killings is unknown. “Largely because we still don't have enough data — surprisingly, given the increasing number of e- vents.？ But generally when helpless populations are victimized like that， it's usually to send a message, and it's unfortunately a message of intense anger. ” As of now, no one knows the reason why Adam I^anza did what he did, and many residents of Newtown fear they never will. The queen, who never gives interviews and normally restricts her public comment to e- vents in Commonwealth nations， added： “Prince Philip joins me in extending our heartfelt sympathy to you and the American people at this difficult time. The thoughts and prayers of everyone in the United Kingdom and throughout the Commonwealth are with the families and friends of those killed and with all those who have been affected by todayevents. ” 51. What happened to the queen Elizabeth? A. She was shocked at the crime scene. B. She could bear the sorrow and hardship. \C. wrote to Obama to show her sympathy. D. She was determined to fight with crime. 52. According to the whole text、the gunman _____ A. was a teacher in a primary school B. was invited to attend a school lecture C. once drove two of the victims to school D. appeared more gentle than cruel in the residents' mind 53. We can learn from the passage that _____； ? A. each American has possessed a gun C. Adam is always kind to his neighbours 54. What can we coitclude from the last paragraph? A. the queen shows much concern and sympathy to the American people. B. The queen will attend the victims' funeral ceremony. C. Maybe it will be illegal for ordinary people to possess guns. D. More harmless people will be killed during their daily life. B Although Philcoxia minensis plants may look like a bunch of ordinary sticks and flowers, underground they are lean， green, meat-eating machines! Experts recently discovered that the plants trap and eat tiny worms. Less than one percent of all flowering plant species are meat-eating. Philcoxia minensis plants grow in Brazil. They get some of their nutrients the way most plants do. Their roots absorb them from the soil. However, the small plants tend to grow in sandy areas where few nutrients are available. That fact made researchers wonder how the plants could survive, especially because their root systems are not developed well. Scientistsbecame even more curious when they noticed that the
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plants have leaves underground "It doesn?t make sense to have leaves underground, so we supposed that the plants are getting some other kind of benefit from the leaves," researcher Rafael Oliveira told reporters. Experts found roundworms(姻 虫 ） stuck to the plants7leaves. So they did an experiment. They grew special roundworms. Then they buried them in soil with Philcoxia minen- sis plants. When the experts later tested the plants， leaves, they found evidence of the worms inside. Scientists say the plants trap the roundworms using a sticky substance. Then they release a special liquid to digest the tiny creatures. The find has made experts hungry to know whether other meat —eating plants are hiding in plain sight. ??This leads to the question of whether there are other carnivorous(食 肉 的 ）plants out there，” researcher Peter Fritsch told reporters. 55. Experts succeed in discovering that the plants _____
A. can grow in sandy areas B, can trap and eat tiny worms C. look like ordinary flowers D. can be transplanted in some other countries 56. According to the whole text, what is unique about the plants? A. They can survive in drought deserts. B. They have some special nutrients to absorb. C. Their root systems are highly developed with leaves underground. D. They can trap and digest some tiny creatures. 57. The experts did the experiment to _____. A. find the worms stuck to the plants' leaves B. test the plants7 unusual leaves C Solve the mystery about the meat—eating plants D. attempt more methods to grow plants in sandy areas 58. Which of the following would be the best title for the text? A. Some underground Adventures C. Keep off the plants!
BWatch out， Worms! D. An Attempted Murder C
LONDON (Reuters) ----------- Ecotourism is causing a lot of damage to wildlife and may be endangering the survival of the very animals people are flocking to see, according to researchers. Biologists and conservationists are worried because polar bears， dolphins, penguins and other creatures are getting stressed and losing weight and some are dying. "Evidence is growing that many animals do not react well to tourists in their backyard，”New Scientist magazine said. The immediate effects "researchers have noticed are changes in behavior, heart rates. or stress hormone levels but they fear it could get much worse and over the long term “ could endanger the survival of the very wildlife they want to see. ” Although money produced through ecotourism, which has been growing at about 10—30 percent a year, has major benefits for poor countries and people living in rural areas, the Swiss—based World Conservation Union (IUCN) and some governments fear not all projects are audited and based on environmentally friendly policies ， according to the magazine.
Transmission of disease to wildlife， or small changes to wildlife health through disturbance of daily
life or increased stress levels, while not obvious to the casual observer, may translate to lower survival and breeding， ” said Philip Seddon, of the University of Otago in Dunedin, New Zealand. Scientists have noticed that bottleneck dolphins along the northeastern coast of New Zealand become nervously excited when tourist boats arrive. Similar changes in behavior have been observed in polar bears and yellow-eyed penguins in areas visited by colorists are producing smaller babies. Conservationists are now calling for more research into the effect of ecotourism on animals and say the industry must be developed carefully. They also want studies done before new ecotourism projects are started. The animals， welfare should be very important because without them there will be no ecotourism， ” said Rochelle Constantine of the University of Auckland in New Zealand 59. W h a t i s t h e t e x t m a i n l y a b o u t ? A. Many animals are dying because of lack of money. B. There will be no ecotourism without animals. C Ecotourism could endanger the survival of the wildlife people want to see. D. 60. W e A More m a y research l e a r n should f r o m be done t h e on ecotourism. t h a t _ _ _ _ _ . t e x t
ecotourism must be developed properly
B. polar bears are losing weight without enough food C. all the poor countries have stopped ecotourism D. money produced through ecotourism should be spent on wildlife 61. W h i c h A. of the following do not is Not mentioned well in in the text? Many animals react their backyard
B polar bears in areas visited by ecotourists are producing smaller babies. C. Ecotourism has been growing at about 10—30 percent a year. D. Studies should be done before new ecotourism projects are started 62. W h a t R o c h e l l e C o n s t a n t i n e s a i d i n t h e l a s t p a r a g r a p h i m p l i e s t h a t _ _ _ _ _ . A. if people want to get high income, they must develop ecotourism B. animals have rights to live their own life C. animals are people's good friends D. people should take good care of wildlife D Next time a customer comes to your office, offer him a cup of coffee. And when you?re doing your holiday shopping online， make sure you?re holding a large glass of iced tea. The physical sensation(感 觉 ） of warmth encourages emotional warmth, while a cold drink in hand prevents you from making unwise decisions those are the practical lesson being drawn from recent research by psychologist John A. Bargh. Psychologists have known that one person's perception(感 知 ） of another's “warmth” is a powerful determiner in social relationships. Judging someone to be either "warm" or “cold” is a primary consideration, even trumping evidence that a “cold， person may be more capable. Much of this is rooted in ， very early childhood experiences, Bargh argues, when babies 7 conceptual sense of the world around them is shaped by physical sensations, particularly warmth and coldness. Classic studies by Harry Harlow, published in 1958， showed monkeys preferred to stay close to a cloth “mother” rather than one made of wire, even when the wire “mother” carried a food bottle. Harlow } s work and later studies have led psychologists to stress the need for warm physical contact from caregivers to help young children grow into healthy adults with normal social skills. Feelings of ??warmth” and “coldness” in social judgments appear to be universal. Although no worldwide study has been done, Bargh says that describing people as“ warm”or “cold” is common to many cultures, and studies have found those perceptions influence judgment in dozens of countries. To test the relationship between physical and psychological warmth, Bargh conducted an experiment which involved 41 college students. A research assistant who was unaware of the study^ s hypotheses(假 设 ），handed the students either a hot cup of coffee, or a cold drink， to hold while the researcher filled out a short information form： The drink was then handed back. After that, the students were asked to rate the personality of “Person A” based on a particular description. Those who had briefly held the warm drink regarded Person A as warmer than those who had held the iced drink. ??We are grounded in our physical experiences even when we think abstractly,” says Bargh.
63. According to Paragraph 1，a person?s emotion may be affected by _____ A. the visitors to his office
C. his physical feeling of coldness
B. the psychology lessons he has
D. the things he has bought online
64. The author mentions Harlow’s experiment to show that _____. A. adults should develop social skills 、B, babies need warm physical contact C. caregivers should be healthy adults D. monkeys have social relationships 65. In Bargh?s experiment, the students were asked to _____. Aevaluate someone?s personality B. write down their hypotheses
C. fill out a personal information form alternatively 66. We can infer from the passage that _____.
D. hold coffee and cold drink
A. abstract thinking does not come from physical experiences B. feelings of warmth and coldness are studied worldwide , Cphysical temperature affects how we see others D. capable persons are often cold to others E In ancient Egypt, the pharaoh(法 老 ） treated the poor message runner like a prince when he arrived at the palace, if he brought good news. However, if the exhausted runner had the misfortune to bring the pharaoh unhappy news, his head was cut off. Shades of that spirit spread over today's conversations. Once a friend arid I packed up some peanut butter and sandwiches for an outing. As we walked light heartedly out the door ， picnic basket in hand, a smiling neighbor looked up at the sky and said, “Oh boy, bad day for a picnic. The weatherman says it?s going to rain.,， I wanted to strike him on the face with the peanut butter and sandwiches. Not for his stupid weather report, for his smile. Several months ago I was racing to catch a bus. As I breathlessly put my handful of cash across the Grey hound counter, the sales agent said with a broad smile， “Oh that bus left five minutes ago. ” Dreams of head-cutting! It?s not the news that makes someone angry. It?s the unsympathetic attitude with which it?s delivered. Everyone must give bad news from time to time, and winning professionals do it with the proper attitude. A doctor advising a patient that she needs an operation does it in a caring way. A boss informing an employee he didn?t get the job takes on a sympathetic tone. Big winners know, when delivering any bad news, they should share the feeling of the receiver. Unfortunately, many people are not aware of this. When you 7re tired from a long flight, has a hotel clerk cheerfully said that your room isn?t ready yet? When you had your heart set on the toast beef, has your waiter told you that he just served the last piece? It makes you as traveler or diner want to land your fist right on their unsympathetic faces. Had my neighbor told me of the upcoming rainstorm with sympathy, 1 would have appreciated his warming . Had the Greyhound salesclerk sympathetically informed me that my bus had already left, I probably would have said, “Oh, that?s all right I'll catch the next one. ” Big winners, when they bear bad news， deliver bombs with the emotion the hombarded(被 轰 炸 的 ） person is sure to have.
67. In Paragraph l the writer tells the story of the pharaoh to _______
A. make a comparison C. describe a scene
Bintroduce a topic D. offer an argument
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69. From “Dreams of head-cutting！"(Paragraph 3) ,we learn that the writer_______ .
B. was reminded of the cruel pharaoh C. wished that the sales agent would have had dreams D. dreamed of cutting the sales agent?s head that night. 70. W h a t A i s t h e m a i n i d e a o f t h e t e x t ? Delivering bad news properly is important in communication.
B. Helping others sincerely is the key to business success. C. Receiving bad news requires great courage. D. Learning ancient traditions can be useful. 第 四
部 分 ： 书 面 表 达 (共 两 节 , 满 分
第一节：完成句子(共 10 小题;每小题 2 分，满分 20 分） 阅读下列各小题,根据每个句子下面的汉语提示，用句末括号 内的英语单词完成句子，并将答案写在答题卡上的相应题号后。
71. After school we went to the reading-room to do some reading, only to be told that it _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ( '
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放学后， 我们去阅览室看书， 结果被告知阅览室正在被装饰。
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72. Misunderstandings arising from lack of social communication, unless_____________________may l e a d t o s e r i o u s p r o b l e m s , ( h a n d l e ) 因缺少社会沟通而产生的误解，如果不妥善处理，很可能会导致严重移问题。 73. _ He has given us several telephone calls____________________ hishonesty and
determination, (convince) ,
他给我们们打了很多通电话，让我们相信他的真诚和决心 74. Although____________________ ,the driver still did not take it seriously.
75. Maria has written two novels, ____________________ into television series, (make)
Maria 已经写了两部小说，两部小,说都已经被制作成了电视 剧 。
76. To get a full appreciation of ____________________we must turn first to some recent
要透彻理解这句话的意义，我们应先回顾一下人类最近的几 项 发 明 。
77. Doctors strongl y recommend that fathers, ____________________their babies ， birth,
78. His answer was so confused that hardly ____________________of it at all. (sense)
他 的 答 案 很 不 清 楚 ， 我 根 本 弄 不 懂 。
79. Since my childhood 1 have found that nothing is____________________ than reading, ( a t t r a c t i v e )
80. It is your efforts, not your intelligence ， ： ___________________ your success, (contribute)
正是你的努力，而不是你的聪明促成你的成功。 第 二 节 ： 短 文 写 作 ( 共 1 题 ； 满 分 3 0 分 ）
请根据以下提示，结合你生活中的一个事例，用英语写一篇 短 文 。
As senior students, *we are faced with high pressure everyday. But how to live with pressure, different people have different opinions and different ways to transform it. So it makes g r e a t 注 意 d i f f e r e n c e : （ 1 ) 无 f o r 须 写 u s h o w t o l i v e 得 照 w i t h 抄 英 p r e s s u r e . 示 语 ； 标 题 ， 不 语 提
(3) 内 容 必 须 结 合 生 活 中 的 事 例 ； (4) 文 中 不 得 透 露 个 人 姓 名 和 学 校 名 称 ； (5) 词 数 为 1 2 0 左 右 。
黄冈市 2012 年秋季高三年级期末考试 英语试题答案
听力材料 Text 1 M：Excuse me，can you tell me how much the kettle is? W：Yes，it?s nine US dollars and fifteen cents． Text 2 M：Today is a bad day for me；I fell off a step and twisted my ankle． W：Don?t worry，usually ankle injuries heal quickly if you stop regular activities for a while. Text 3 M：Honey，can you tell me the time ? W：Sure，it’s 7：50 by my watch． M：Gosh! I?m late for the meeting．I can?t get to the office within 10 minutes． W：No hurry．My watch is 15 minutes fast． Text 4 W：Have you had a chance to wear your new shirt yet? M：That reminds me．I?ve been meaning to exchange it for a larger size． Text 5 W：Hi，could you lend me the camera．Jack? M：Hi, Amy．I’d love to, but it belongs to Joe． W：Well，in that case，I?ll borrow one from Lisa． Text 6 M：I want to take my study further to brighten my career． M：Distance learning? W：If offers you the chance to study and keep your life． M：How to carry it out? W：You can study at home after Work． M：What can I learn there? W： There are 300,000 distance-learning courses offered by 5,000 different providers. M：The biggest provider? W：The Open University of coalse． M：I want to get a Ph．D． W：It offers courses for teenagers to 90-year-olds． Text 7 M：Hello，Jane! How was your exam this morning? W：Not too good. It wasn’t as easy as the last one, and it was longer than before.
M：Well， the final exam is always more difficult．You have to work harder．You will certainly do better next time． W：I worked very hard，but I was too careless．I made some stupid mistakes．I should be more careful next time． M：Maybe you took too many courses this year． W：No，I took as many as last year． M：Well，it?s no use worrying about the exam now． Let’s watch the football game tonight．It’s much more interesting． W：OK. Text 8 M：Hey, Cindy! You went to the concert last night, didn?t you? W：Yes, I went with my two kids. M：How did you like the concert? W：It?s really wonderful, I think. Many famous singers both at home and abroad sang at the concert. It was called “Saving the Children”. M：What does that mean? W： The concert was held for collecting money for poor children all over the world. Many children in the world don?t have enough food and can?t go to school. And my kids learnt a lot from the concert. They donated some pocket money to those poor children after the concert. M：That?s quite good, but I think it is not enough to call for people?s donations. It’s more necessary for governments to do something about the problem. Text 9 W：I?m so angry with Mike. M：Why? What happened? W：Well, you know we have just bought a computer. M：Yes, I know. And Mike likes it a lot. W：Yes, he does. That?s the problem. He is always working so many hours on the machine that he?s not spending enough time on his school work. M：Oh, dear. W：And just now I received his teacher?s telephone. She said that Mike hadn?t passed his exam. M：That?s too bad! What did you say to him? W： I told him that he shouldn’t use the computer during the week. Just on the weekend. M： Is he going to follow your advice? W： Oh, you know kids. Whatever their parents say goes in one ear and out the other. Do you
think you can talk to him? You are his favorite uncle. M：Well, I?ll try. Text 10 W：Daphne was a lovely fairy maiden. As she was playing merrily in the woods one day she saw Apollo the sun-god staring at her with more than admiration in his eyes. The beaming face of the sun put her to flight. The eager Apollo followed her closely behind, calling out to her to stop. He was afraid that this might be the last time he saw her. Through rough fields and pathless woods she ran, but the sound of his pursuing feet ever grew nearer. As he ran he begged his beloved maiden to slow down, for he feared that she might fall and hurt her sparkling skin on the rocky roads. But she never cared so much about that. At last she was breathless and cried to her father, a river god, for help. No sooner had her prayer been uttered than answered, for she had instantly found herself glued to the ground and a layer of soft bark growing over her fair skin. She had been turned into a laurel tree. To show his undying love for the maiden, he decided that the laurel would be his favorite tree and should be the prize of honor and fame for deathless poets and poetry. Thus the most outstanding poet always desires.