南京学大教育专修学校 2013 年 4 月 英语 学科 高三 年级测试卷
总分：100 分 校区：_________ 考试时间：90 分钟 授课教师： 学生姓名: _______ 学管老师：__________
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第一节：单项填空（共 15 小题，每小题 1 分，满分 15 分）
21. — Have you seen ____ pencil? I left it here this morning. —Is it _____black one? I think I saw it somewhere. A. a; the B. the; the C. the; a D. a; a 22. Jordan kept his illness from his opponents before the final game ________ they might know about it. A. now that B. on condition that C. for fear that D. in order that 23. You cannot imagine what great trouble I took ______ your house. A. to find B. finding C. found D. having found 24. Mandela, having devoted all his life to the freedom of South African Blacks, is a real fighter for us to_________. A. live up to B. come up to C. make up to D. look up to 25. The government has taken some measures to solve the shortage of electricity, but it may be some time _________ the situation improves. A. since B. when C. before D. unless 26. What will people die of in 100 years? If you think that is a simple question, you ______ attention to the revolution taking place in biotechnology. A. have not been paying B. had not been paying C. were not paying D. will not be paying 27. Who ________ a lady like Susan Boyle, once an ordinary woman in Scotland, would achieve overnight success at Britain’s Got Talent Show? A. might think B. could think C. could have thought D. must have thought 28. Don’t you know ______, my dear friend, it is you that she loves? A. who B. which C. that D. what?? 29. —Hello, John. This is Alice. I'm calling from work. How's your mother feeling? —________. Mum is out of hospital, but she has to stay in bed a few more days. A. You're welcome B. That was thoughtful of you C. What a pleasure D. By all means 30. There, ____ Mrs. Tailor, stretching out to gather her precious eggs laid by her hen. A. standing on a wooden box was B. was standing on a wooden box C. on a wooden box was standing D. was on a wooden box standing 31. A new study found ______ a teacher has anxiety about math, ______ feeling can influence how his or her female students feel about math. A. when that; which B. that when; that C. that if; which D. if that; that 32. We have dresses of various styles and patterns on sale and you may take ______ suits you best. A. whatever B. whichever C. no matter what D. no matter which 33. Watch out for these animals! They could be terrified ______ a sudden loud noise. A. being there B. should there be C. there was D. there have been 34. Many grocery stores use misting, a process ________ vegetables are sprayed with water, to keep vegetable fresh.
A. which B. that C. what D. where 35. You are always telling me I am lazy. Look at your room. What a mess it is!_____. A. The day has eyes, the night has ears B. The great thieves punish the little ones C. That is like the pot calling the kettle black D. When one will not, two cannot quarrel
第二节 完型填空（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，选出最佳选项，并 在答题卡上涂黑。 The sun shines brightly as I leave school, get into my car, and head for Bradley Hospital. This year, as a senior at Seekonk High School, I have been given the opportunity to leave the usual classroom setting once a week to volunteer. I 36 to spend this valuable time working with mentally disabled children at Bradley Children’s Hospital. I work 37 a teacher in the outpatient/pre-school section, in a classroom with two children— a classroom very different from 38 I have ever known. The difference of this classroom is 39 the children have been diagnosed with a mental disease. One child is autistic and non-verbal 自闭和不说话的） using supportive 40 . The other has （ , a condition called PDD (one step above autism), and is 41 non-verbal. Both children require strong 42 and a lot of attention. This combination creates an atmosphere which is both demanding and sympathetic. My 43 in the classroom is not only to help the teacher, but to become part of the children’s 44 experience. I work one-on-one completing academics with a student. 45 , we work as a group on such activities as cooking, artwork, abstract reasoning. Everyday activities, which may be taken for granted by others, 46 a lot of strength from the children. This has opened my eyes vastly. One of the 47 reasons why I volunteer to take the work is that I desire to help those who are less 48 . However, it has also helped me to realize my competence. I now know that I have the 49 to work with the disabled. I have lost my fear, and I 50 myself a lot more. It is true that my work is very 51 ; there are many days that I 52 Bradley exhausted emotionally and physically. There have been times when I have left on the edge of tears 53 . But pity doesn’t heal, love does. And I have grown to love these children in my own way, 54 I see them only once a week. This experience has been both rewarding and satisfying. I’ve learned also that I do have the ability to make a difference in their lives, no matter how small it may be. One smile makes it all 55 . 36. A. promise B. claim C. bother D. choose 37. A. for B. on C. alongside D. besides 38. A. it B. one C. the other D. which 39. A. that B. what C. whether D. how 40. A. transportation B. communication C. application D. direction 41. A. simply B. completely C. frequently D. naturally 42. A. treatment B. commitment C. motivation D. sympathy 43. A. choice B. wish C. decision D. role
44. A. agricultural B. professional C. technological D. educational 45. A. Additionally B. Finally C. Eventually D. Gradually 46. A. get back B. build up C. call for D. pick out 47. A. chief B. legal C. awkward D. vital 48. A. unforgettable B. fortunate C. hopeless D. active 49. A. honor B. opportunity C. courage D. ability 50. A. believe in B. laugh at C. worry about D. care for 51. A. depressing B. challenging C. inspiring D. relaxing 52. A. approach B. visit C. leave D. desert 53. A. as well B. so far C. in time D. at all 54. A. if only B. even though C. now that D. in case 55. A. amusing B. enjoyable C. costly D. worthwhile
第三部分：阅读理解（共 15 小题，每题 2 分，满分 30 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 Zoos divide opinion ： there are those who think it is cruel to keep animals locked up while others believe zoos are essential for the survival of endangered species. To argue that zoos imprison animals is to misunderstand what zoos are about. Without zoos many of the creatures we love and admire would no longer exist. Every single day，over one hundred animal species vanish. Scientists predict that as early as 2050 one quarter of the Earth’s species will become extinct. Some animals are in danger because they are hunted. Alarmingly, the population of tigers has already fallen by ninety-five percent. Other species are in danger because of a lack of food. For example, there are fewer than 1300 giant pandas left in the wild. Zoos have special breeding programmes to help those animals at risk. These breeding program mes are proving extremely successful. As Irene Shapiro from Zoo and Wildlife Support says, “the Puerto Rican Parrot has grown in numbers from just thirteen to about eighty-five and the Golden Lion Tamarin Monkey, which has almost ceased to exist twenty years ago, has been reintroduced back into the wild. ” Unfortunately, not everyone understands this important role zoos play. For example, Brian Featherstone from the Anti-Zoo Forum says, “I can’t believe we take animals from the wild and put them in cages for the entertainment of the public! We should view them on film or TV in their natural environment.，’ However, this misses the point. A zoo does more than display animals to the public. It ensures their survival. Without zoos you would not be able to see many of these animals on TV or anywhere else! 56. A. What’s the writer’s attitude towards zoos? He shows no opinion either for or against them.
B. C. D.
He thinks that they are unnecessary and cruel. He believes they play an important environmental role. He expresses a desire that more of them be built.
57. The underlined word “vanish” in Paragraph 2 most probably means
A. remain B. disappear C. become rarer D. get killed
58. According to the passage the world’s tiger population A.
will rise by 5% next year B. is relatively stable D. has fallen to 95%
C. is 95% smaller than in the past 59.
According to the passage some people do not agree with zoos because they are too expensive to run B. put animals in danger do not provide enough food D. keep animals locked up
60.According to the writer ，the most important function of the zoo is to A. C. make a lot of money B. entertain visitors
ensure animals’ survival D. educate the public
B Today, bicycles are elegantly simple machines that are common around the world. Many people ride bicycles for recreation, whereas others use them as a means of transportation. The first bicycle was invented in Germ any in 1818. Because it was made of wood, it wasn’t very strong nor did it have pedals (脚踏板）.Riders moved it by pushing their feet against the ground. In 1839, Kirkpatrick Macmillan, a Scottish blacksmith, invented a much better bicycle. Macmillan’s machine had iron-covered wheels to keep them from getting worn down. He also used foot-operated levers, similar to pedals, so his bicycle could be ridden at a quick pace. It didn’t look much like the modem bicycle, though, because its back wheel was substantially larger than its front wheel. Although Macmillan’s bicycles could be ridden easily, they were never produced in large numbers. In 1861, Frenchman Pierre Michaux and his brother Ernest invented a bicycle with an improved pedal mechanism. They called their bicycle a VELOCIPEDE， but most people called it a “bone shaker” because of the effect of the wood and iron frame. Despite the impolite nickname, the VELOCIPEDE was a hit. After a few years, the Michaux family was making hundreds of the machines annually, mostly for fun-seeking young people. Ten years later, James Starley , an English inventor, made several innovations that revolutionized bicycle design. He made the front wheel many times larger than the back wheel, put a gear on the pedals to make the bicycle more efficient，and lightened the wheels by using
wire spokes. Although this bicycle was much lighter and less tiring to ride, it was still clumsy, extremely top-heavy，and ridden mostly for entertainment. It wasn’t until 1874 that the first truly modern bicycle appeared on the scene. Invented by another Englishman, H. J. Lawson, the safety bicycle would look familiar to today’s cyclists. The safety bicycle had equal-sized wheels, which made it easier to ride. Lawson also attached a chain to the pedals to drive the back wheel. By 1893，the safety bicycle had been further improved with air-filled rubber tires, a diamond-shaped frame, and easy braking. With the improvements provided by Lawson; bicycles became extremely popular and useful for transportation. Today, they are built, used, and enjoyed all over the world.
61.This passage was most likely written in order to _____. A. B. C. D. A. C. D. 63. compare bicycles used for different purposes describe the problems early bicycle makers experienced persuade readers to use bicycles for transportation tell readers about the early history of the bicycle add weight to the bicycle allow the wheels to last longer let the bicycle be more comfortable Which of the following bicycle types was invented by James Starley?
62.Macmillan covered the wheels of his bicycle with iron to _____ B. make the bicycle easier to ride
64 Which of the following statements is true according to the passage? A. B. C. D. Two hundred years ago，bicycles did not exist. The first bicycle could be ridden at a very quick pace. The Michaux brothers called their bicycle a “bone shaker”. Macmillan’s machine had wheels with rubber tires.
65.The information about bicycles in this passage is arranged according to _____.
C. place D. Interest
C Since the end of World War I (WWI) in 1918，Canadians, and millions of others around the world have paused at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month to honour the sacrifices our soldiers have made in different wars, fighting for the freedoms that we all enjoy today. Known as Remembrance Day, the day originated as a tribute to the soldiers of WWI， a dark period for our young country, which claimed the lives of over 60,000 military personnel and civilians and over 16 million dead worldwide. As there are no more surviving soldiers of WWI，today we rely on the wisdom and words of those soldiers who fought in the wars that followed，and this day now also recognizes their heroic contribution. They tell us to always remember what those brave souls fought for, and all they ask in return is that we never forget. That’s why we wear the red poppy (罂粟花); that’s why when we see a soldier in uniform we should stop him or her and say “Thank you” ; that ’s why we take a pause from our busy lives for two short minutes today to honor that request. Yet this message is fading away, year after year. Take for example the terrible decision to allow parents to excuse students from Remembrance Day ceremonies at school. Not only is this disrespectful, it distances the student from his or her classmates. It is difficult to understand why any Canadian parent would want to remove their child from the time-honored tr adition of reading the poem IN FLANDERS FIELDS, while a wreath of poppies is laid. It is more important than ever to teach school-aged children about our history，no matter how violent it was. Sheltering them from the realities of war is a great disservice. Understanding why conflicts happened, or happen today, can help shape choices and decisions they make as adults. Of course, because we live in a free society, we cannot force an individual to do something. It is unfortunate, but some parents now have their child “opt-out” of the services. These people should be reminded they are free to make such choices only because of the men and women the rest of us are remembering. 66.Which of the following is true about Remembrance Day? A. B. C. 67. It’s only held in Canada. Its ceremony lasts 11 hours. It falls on November 11th each year. Which of the following is NOT mentioned as a Remembrance Day activity today?
D. It’s to celebrate the country’s independence.
A. B. C. D. 68. A. B. C. D. A. B. C. D. A. B. C. D.
Stopping at 11a.m. to remember the war dead. Listening to stories told by WWI soldiers. Wearing a red poppy to show respect. Showing gratitude to soldiers in uniform. What can we learn from the passage? War history is too violent for school children. The writer was once a soldier in the Canadian army. Few students are willing to take part in Remembrance Day ceremonies. More parents are keeping their children away from frightening war stories. the death of so many soldiers in wars the fact that there were so many wars after WWI people’s ungratefulness for the freedom they have removing children from Remembrance Day events . the sacrifice of the soldiers should always be remembered Remembrance Day is becoming less important for soldiers schools - no longer think Remembrance Day is necessary people should be forced to learn about the realities of war
69.The underlined word “It” in the last paragraph probably refers to _____
70.The writer believes that
第四部分 任务型阅读（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分）
请认真阅读下列短文，并根据所读内容在文章后表格中的空格里填入最恰当的单词。 注意：每个空格只填 1 个单词。请将答案写在答题卡上相应题号的横线上。 In Britain all children have to go to school between the ages of 5 and 16. In the US children must go to school from the age of 6 to between the ages of 14 and 16, depending on the state they live in. Subject In England and Wales the subjects taught in schools are laid down by the National Curriculum, which was introduced in 1988 and sets out in detail the subjects that children should study and the levels of achievement they should reach by the ages of 7, 11, 14 and 16, when they are tested. The National Curriculum does not apply to Scotland, where each school decides what subjects it will teach. In the US the subjects taught are decided by national and local governments. Whereas British schools usually have prayers and religious instruction, American schools are not allowed to include prayers or to teach particular religious beliefs. Examinations At 16 students in England and Wales take General certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) examinations. These examinations are taken by students of all levels of ability in all subjects and may involve a final examination, an assessment, or both of these things. At 18 some students take A-level examinations, usually in no more than three subjects. It is necessary to have A levels
in order to go to a university . In Scotland students take the Scottish Certificate of Education (SCE) examinations. A year later, they can take examinations called HIGHS, after which they can either go straight to a university or spend a further year at school and take the Certificate of Sixth Year Studies. In Scotland the university system is different from that in England and Wales. Courses usually last four years rather than three and students have to study a larger number of subjects as part of their degree. In the US school examinations are not as important as they are in Britain. Students in High Schools do have exams at the end of their last two years, but these final exams are considered along with the work that the students have done during the school years. Social Events and Ceremonies In American high schools there is a formal ceremony for graduation . Students wear a special cap and gown and receive a diploma from the head of the school. Students often buy a class ring to ear, and a yearbook, containing pictures of their friends and teachers. There are also special social events at American schools. Sports events are popular, and cheer leaders lead the school in supporting the school team and singing the school song. At the end of their junior year, at age 17 or 18, students held in the evening. The girls wear long evening dresses and the boys wear TUXEDOS. In Britain, there are no formal dances or social occasions associated with school life. Some schools have Speech Day at the end of the school year when prizes are given to the best students and speeches are made by the head teacher and sometimes an invited guest. Title:___71___in Britain and the US In Britain Students ___72____school between the ages of 5 and 16. * The subjects are required by the National Curriculum in England and Wales * ___74___in Scotland have the right to determine the subjects to be taught In the US Students go to school from the age of 6 to between the ages of 14 and 16, which __73___ in different states. * Prayers or particular religious beliefs are not ___75___in subjects. * Subjects are decided by national and __76__government *Exams are not so important as they are in Britain. *Students have exams at the end of their last two years. * A formal ceremony is held for students who ___79___from high school. * Sporting events enjoy _ __80_with students.
* In England and Wales, one cannot go to university ___77___A levels. * Exams in Scotland are different from __78 in England and Wales * Schools have no formal dances or social occasions related to school life. * There is Speech Day in some schools, a time for giving prizes and making speeches
Social events and ceremonie s
第五部分 书面表达（满分 25 分）
目前，不少人在写作文或交流时喜欢使用网络语言。就此现象，你班最近举行了一场讨论。 请根据下表的提示，客观地介绍讨论的情况及你的观点。 40%的同学认为 1．有点荒诞，有时让人无法理解 2．违背了汉语的语法规则，对学习毫无 帮助 60%的同学认为 1．幽默，使语言更生动 2．有助于表达思想 你的观点 1… 2. …
荒诞 ridiculous 注意： 1. 对所给提示，不要简单翻译，可适当增加细节，使行文连贯。 2. 词数 150 左右。开头已给出，不计入总词数。 Nowadays, with the development of the Internet, there came a kind of language called Web Language. _______________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________
单选 21-25DCADC 26-30ACCBA 31-35BBBDC 完型 36-40DCBAB 41-45BCDDA 46-50CABDA 51-55BCABD 阅读理解 56-60 CBCDC 61-65 DCBAB 66-70 CBDDA 任务型阅读 71. Education 72. attend 73. varies/ differs 74. schools 75. allowed/ included 76. local 77. without 78. those 79. graduate 80. Popularity
书面表达： One possible version Nowadays, with the development of the Internet, there has come a kind of language called Web Language. Recently, our class has held a discussion on whether it’s good for students to use Web Language in writing compositions or communication. 40% of the students are not in favor of the idea of using Web Language, thinking it ridiculous to see or hear words which are not commonly used in our daily life. Worse still, it’s hard for them to make themselves understood. In their opinion, it is against Chinese grammar, and it’s not beneficial to students’ studies. However, the rest of the students are fond of it. They think what they say will sound humorous, which makes the language more lively. Moreover, it is of special help for them to express themselves freely. In my opinion, it is a phenomenon worth thinking about. I don’t think it good to use Web Language. It may be fashionable as some think, but you may also make your idea confusing, leaving other people at a loss.