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甘肃省部分普通高中2013届高三英语冲刺特训试题(一)

编辑:甘肃庆阳刘克炜

本试题卷分第I卷(选择题)和第II卷(非选择题)两部分,考试时间120分钟,试卷满分150分。考生作答时,将答案答在答题卡上(答题注意事项见答题卡),在本试题卷上答题无效。考试结束后,将本试题卷和答题卡一并交回。

第I卷(选择题,共115分)

第一部分听力 (共两节,满分30分)

做题时,先将答案标在试卷上。录音内容结束后,你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的答案转涂到答题卡上。

第一节(共5小题;每题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.How long does a period last?

A.45minutes.B.50minutes.C.55 minutes.

2.Where are the speakers?

A.In a zoo.B.In a museum. C.At an exhibition.

3.What sport does the man most probably like best?

A.V olleyball.B.Tennis.C.Skating.

4.What happened to the woman?

A.A thief broke into her garden.

B.Some of her money was stolen.

C.One of her windows was broken.

5.What does the man ask the woman to do?

A.Carry the suitcase for him.

B.Help him fasten the locks.

C.Help him close the suitcase.

第二节(共15小题;每题1.5分,满分22.5分)

听下面5段对话或独白,每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的A,B,C三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各小题,每小题5秒钟;听完后各小题将给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。

听第6段材料,回答第6、7题.

6.What are the speakers talking about?

A.Watching games. B.Spending holidays.C.Doing business.

7.What do we know about the woman?

A.She’ll be on business in June.

B.She’ll be on holiday in May.

C.She’ll watch the U.S.Open.

听第7段材料,回答第8至10题。

8.Where did the woman go for her Christmas holiday?

A.To Paris.B.To London.C.To the south of France.9.What did the woman do in England?

A.She did some business.

B.She went to some museums.

C.She visited some friends.

10.How many times has the woman been to Paris?

A.Twice.B.Three times.C.Four times.

听第8段材料,回答第11至13题。

11.What kind of children does the woman help?

A.The ones with disabilities.

B.The ones without parents.

C.The ones with mental disease.

12.How does the woman help the children?

A.She gives them knowledge.

B.She gives them food and money.

C.She sings songs and plays with them.

13.What do we know about the woman?

A.She is a nurse.

B.She starts work at 9:00.

C.She goes to the hospital in the afternoon.

听第9段材料,回答第14至16题。

14.What courses will the man take this term?

A.English and physics.

B.Maths and physics.

C.English and maths.

15.How does the woman feel about science course?

A.Sh e doesn’t like it.

B.She thinks it interesting.

C.She doesn’t have to take it.

16.Where is the man going to work?

A.At a restaurant.B.At a gas station.C.At a taxi company.

听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。

17.What is the speaker?

A.A teacher.B.A tour guide.C.A shop assistant.18.What does Larp’s sell?

A.Bags.B.Shoes.C.Clothes.

19.What does the bookshop sell?

A.Chinese books.B.English books.C.French books.

20.Which shop is outside the shopping centre?

A.Larp’s.

B.The Sports Goods Store.

C.Splend Tea Shop.

第二部分:英语知识运用(共85分)

第一节:单项选择(共15小题;每题1分,满分15分)

21.Jumping out of ______ airplane at ten thousand feet is quite ______ exciting experience.A.不填; the B.不填; an C.an; an D.the; the 22.Joe had two strategies, disappointingly, ______ of which seems to have worked very well.A.both B.neither C.none D.all

23.The unicorn-trappers caught the unicorn(独角兽)whose horn was greatly precious by having it ______ in the tree.

A.stick B.struck C.strike D.stuck

24.—I hope your dirty feet are ____ my clean floor.

—I’m terribly sorry.

A.away B.out C.off D.besides 25.—Don’t you like the popular song Jiangnan Style?

—________.

A.Yes, it’s really boring.B.Yes, absolutely.

C.No, I like it very much.D.No, of course.

26.The survey conducted by a university indicated that 38% of the graduates were in jobs not ______special skills.

A.to be required B.requiring C.being required D.to have required 27.As parents, we should try to understand _______ our children’s real interests lie instead of blaming them for bad marks.

A.what B.which C.where D.how 28.—Why did you leave without a word of warning to John?

—But what ____otherwise? He never likes to listen to me.

A.could I have done B.must I have done C.could I do D.should I do 29.The attempt and insistence on purchasing Diaoyu Islands by Japan will ______ harm China-Japan ties.

A.repeatedly B.currently C.potentially D.eventually 30.I’d rather you did some housework when you are free, but you ___.

A.don’t B.didn’t C.wouldn’t D weren’t 31.—He is so unhappy.What let him down?

—It’s his plans.You c an’t imagine what it’s like to feel that all your plans for the future have_____.

A.set down B.turned down C.put down D.broken down 32.—Have you finished your essay?

—Half ____when you come back.

A.has been done B.is done C.be done D.will have been done 33.—Excuse me, did you notice whether our head teacher had gone by?

—Not _____ I’ve been standing here.

A.while B.when C.since D.before 34.The student went through the paper, finding some mistakes that might _____have been ignored.A.otherwise B.therefore C.nevertheless D.besides

35.—I will marry Mike next week!

—_____ You have only known him for two months.

A.That couldn’t be better.B.Congratulations!

C.Are you kidding?D.Terrific!

第二节:完形填空(共20小题;每题1.5分,满分30分)

While attending a conference, I returned to my hotel room late one rainy evening.The overhead light outside my door was 36 and I had difficulty finding the keyhole.When I finally 37 to open the door, I 38 around the wall for a light switch.I found a 39 where a switch was once installed (安装)...but no switch.

No discouraged easily, I remembered seeing a 40 by the bed when I put away my luggage 41 in the day.I found the bed in the dark and felt around until I found the lamp, but when I switched it on, 42 happened! Now what?

Though I knew that it was dark outside my window 43 the outdoor light was burned out, I thought that 44 if I opened the curtains I might be able to use the light from the 45 to find another lamp.So I 46 my way slowly across the room to the curtains and...no draw-string!

I finally stumbled (跌跌撞撞)around until I found a desk lamp that actually 47 ! That evening I discovered in a whole new way just how dark the world can be and how necessary 48 is.

But even more necessary than 49 light is the light that shines from people—the light of love, sympathy and 50 .Because, for many people, the world is a dark and 51 place.It is the shining that is important, for someone today just may be stumbling in discouragement or fear and in 52 of some light.

So let your light shine.Whatever light you 53 may be a beacon (灯塔)of hope and encouragement in someone’s darkness.And if you feel that your light is 54 a candle in a forest, remember this—there isn’t enough darkness in the world to 55 the light of one small candle.36.A.broken B.burning C.shining D.smooth 37.A.managed B.attempted C.succeeded D.meant 38.A.touched B.felt C.turned D.looked 39.A.light B.plate C.lamp D.signal 40.A.lamp B.switch C.desk D.window 41.A.later B.earlier C.sooner D.first 42.A.something B.everything C.nothing D.anything 43.A.since B.unless C.when D.although 44.A.certainly B.surely C.absolutely D.perhaps 45.A.stars B.room C.street D.shop 46.A.forced.B.made C.struggled D.pushed 47.A.closed B.failed C.did D.worked 48.A.love B.thinking C.dream D.light 49.A.spiritual B.physical C.mental D.inner 50.A.faith B.soul C.mind D.attention 51.A.mixed B.fancy C.lonely D.complicated 52.A.lack B.favor C.need D.face 53.A.offer B.receive C.devote D.throw 54.A.only B.even C.ever D.much 55.A.give out B.leave out C.take out D.put out

第三部分:阅读理解(共两节,满分40分)

第一节(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。

A

This is a story that happened 15 years ago but it has always stayed with me since then.On the way back from work every evening, more often than not there would be a homeless man standing at the exit of the freeway.He always waved at every car, he was always happy and smiling and sometimes almost dancing.Every day after work when I got there,I would quickly roll down my window and give him the coins.Occasionally the red light would be on for a minute and we would ask each other about our day.His answer would always be the same, “I’m blessed!”.It amazed me that even in his situation of being homeless he was so positive,and his answer would remind me of how blessed I was.A single mother of four amazing kids, with a place to call home and with a job to provide for my kids.Then one day I was called into my boss’s office and was told that I was being laid off due to the economy.Needless to say that on my way home that day I was very sad and upset.I didn’t remember to look for my spa re change and keep it ready like I usually did.I wasn’t feeling the joy as I got off the ramp where the homeless man would be.Yet there he was as always as I turned the ramp.He set his eyes on me, while still smiling and waving at others.

While I was waiting for the red light to turn,he strolled over to my car.He had a big smile in the eyes.He looked at me straight and said “today I will give you a dollar”.He then reached into his pocket and pulled out a dollar bill.I was blown away.I burst into tears.I wanted to jump out of my car and hug him!

You see that day he gave me more than a dollar bill,he taught me a valuable lesson.No matter what material things are taken from you, no one can take away your choice to be joyful.56.What is the passage mainly concerned?

A.A dollar bill from a homeless person.

B.A woman who lost her job due to the economy.

C.A blessing coming from a homeless person.

D.A homeless man standing at the exit of the freeway.

57.From the 1st paragraph,we know the homeless man is .

A.brave B.optimistic C.lazy D.kind-hearted 58.After leaving the boss’s office,the author .

A.felt relaxed to get rid of the tiring job.

B.still felt joyful when coming off the ramp.

C.didn’t put some change aside to give to the man.

D.took it for granted that she was fit for her job.

B

The case for college has been accepted without question for more than a generation.

All high school graduates ought to go, says conventional wisdom and statistical evidence, because college will help them earn more money, become “better” people, and learn to be more responsible citizens than those who don’t go.

But college has never been able to work its magic for everyone.And now that close to half our high school gradua tes are attending, those who don’t fit the pattern are becoming more numerous, and more obvious.College graduates are selling shoes and driving taxis; college students interfere

with each other’s experiments and write false letters of recommendation in the intense competition for admission to graduate school.Others find no stimulation in their studies, and drop out ------ often encouraged by college administrators.

Some observers say the fault is with the young people themselves ----- they are spoiled and they are expecting too much.But that is a condemnation of the students as a whole, and does not explain all campus unhappiness.Others blame the state of the world, and they are partly right.We’ve been told that young people have to go to college because our economy cannot absorb an army of untrained 18-year-olds.But disappointed graduates are learning that it can no longer absorb an army of trained 22-year-olds, either.

Some adventuresome educators and campus watchers have openly begun to suggest that college may not be the best, the proper, the only place for every young person after the completion of high school.We may have been looking at all those surveys and statistics upside down, it seems, and through the rosy glow of our own remembered college experiences.Perhaps college does not make people intelligent, ambitious, happy, liberal, or quick to learn things ----- maybe it is just the other way round, and intelligent, ambitious, happy, liberal, quick-learning people are only the ones who have been attracted to college in the first place.And perhaps all those successful college graduates would have been successful whether they had gone to college or not.This is heresy(异端邪说)to those of us who have been brought up to believe that if little schooling is good, more has to be much better.But contrary evidence is beginning to mount up.

59.According to the passage all of the following statements are true EXCEPT______.A.about half of the high school graduates continue their studies at school

B.college graduates are believed to be able to earn more money.

C.more and more young people are found unfit for college.

D.administrators often encourage college students to drop out.

60.Which of the following is one of some observers’ opinion s?

A.The economic situation is so discouraging that the youth have to attend college.

B.The students expect so much that they are not satisfied with the hard college life.

C.College should improve because of so much campus unhappiness.

D.Colleges provide more chances of good jobs than anywhere else.

61.What does the underlined sentence in Paragraph 5 mean?

A.Our college experience proves that those surveys are incorrect.

B.Our college experiences may make us misunderstand the results of the surveys.

C.The surveys should all be re-examined according to our college experiences.

D.The surveys may remind us of our beautiful college experiences.

62.What is the main purpose of this passage?

A.To put forward an idea that college should not be the first choice.

B.To argue against the idea that college is the best place for all young people.

C.To value young people’s further education in colleges.

D.To persuade young people into working after the completion of high school.

C

Birds flock (成群结队)to parks in up-market (高级的)neighborhoods, avoiding those in the poorer parts of town, researchers have discovered.

Anne Kinzig and her colleagues at Arizona State University studied 15 parks in Phoenix and found the most diverse bird populations in the smartest parts of town.To their surprise, the

socio-economic factors explained bird diversity better than anything about park ecology, such as tree diversity and vegetation structure.In fact, parks in the poorest parts of town had the highest tree and vegetation diversity, but the lowest bird diversity."We wouldn't have guessed it.” says Kinzig.“It's telling us we need to look further into a field for the answer.”

Her team is now trying to track down exactly what it is about luxurious neighborhoods that the birds like.One possibility is that rich people have bigger gardens so there are more habitats, surrounding the parks.Also, they may be more likely to feed the birds or perhaps offer a better menu.Mike Thomas of the British Trust for Ornithology is not surprised by the results.“The area around gardens and parks determines which birds visit,” he says that larger gardens tend to contain a greater variety of habitats and so can support different bird species.

A spokesperson for the Royal Society for the Protection for Birds adds that two thirds of UK households put food out for their garden visitors: "It's arguably the nation's biggest pastime-certainly more popular than watching football.”

63.Which of the following can be concluded from the text?

A.People in UK are very happy with the visitors to their gardens.

B.Watching football used to be more popular than bird-watching.

C.Rich people like to provide food to the birds in their gardens.

D.Many families in UK enjoy feeding birds in their gardens.

64.By saying "We wouldn't have guessed it.”, the writer meant that the team didn't expect_____ A.the least diversity of birds was found in the highest trees.

B.the park ecology could affect the bird diversity so greatly.

C.the answer for bird diversity needed their further research.

D.birds always gathered around the parks in rich areas of town.

65.What causes birds to gather around the rich areas?

A.The tall trees and the vegetation there.

B.The better food and the richer habitats there.

C.The big parks and the large lawns there.

D.The large population living there.

66.The main idea of the passage should be ________.

A.Birds are close friends for British families.

B.Birds tend to have a rich life.

C.Birds have got used to living a rich life.

D.Birds don’t flock to high trees.

D

With their weakening bodies, advanced age or increasing pressure of work or study, people have been advised and usually persuaded to have health care products.Do you remember your first time to take a nutritional supplement (营养补充品)? What was your first impression?

Posted by Amy, Dec.23, 2010 8:05 PM

Madeline on Dec. 24, 2010 7:25 PM

Years ago, as a young mom with two small children, I struggled to keep up with the demands of a busy life. One day, I woke up feeling so tired that I knew something had to change!

A friend gave me some Royal Jelly—an amazing substance (物质) from the beehive (蜂房). I was doubtful, but desperate…so I tried it! In time, I began to experience renewed energy and vitality (活力) like never before! Now, over two decades later, I travel all round the country, sharing my life-changing experience. I’m grateful for the energy to keep up and love to share this wonderful

discovery with others.

Blanca on Dec. 25, 2010 7:02 PM

Ten years ago, when I was 73, my mind wanted to be busy and useful, but my body didn’t. I became tired and lethargic (无精打采的). That’s when my daughter Madeline tried to persuade me to try her special Royal Jelly. It made such a dramatic (巨大的) difference in her life, so she was sure it could help me too! Hesitating for 2 days, I gave in. She was right! I no longer felt worn out. I had a new, youthful zest (热情) for life and I’ve been OK — thanks to Royal Jelly!

Lori on Dec. 25, 2010 10:27 PM

When my mom Madeline was introduced to Royal Jelly, it affected my life, too! Mom gave me some of her fantastic Royal Jelly. Boy, things did turn around! I had more energy and stamina (耐力) and was finally able to keep up with hi gh school and, eventually, college activities. Today, I’m a busy mom in my mid-thirties with two active boys and a new business! I have enough energy to do it all! I’m glad I took my Mom’s advice.

67.From the text, we learn that .

A.Madeline became more than willing to take Royal Jelly at the very beginning.

B.Royal Jelly is a product that can help renew a person’s energy and vitality.

C.Lori was grateful partly because Royal Jelly helped him to improve his studies.

D.Amy has benefited from Royal Jelly so she posted a topic about the product.

68.Which of the following is true of Blanca?

A.She replied to the topic on Christmas Eve.

B.She tried Royal Jelly without hesitation.

C.She was the second one to reply to the topic.

D.She is now supposed to be in her seventies.

69.What’s the relationship between the Royal Jelly takers?

A.Lori and Blanca are Madeline’s grandchildren.

B.Madeline is Blanca’s daughter and Lori’s mother.

C.Blanca is Lori and Madeline’s great grandmother.

D.They have no blood relationship but friendship.

70.Where can we most probably read this text?

A.On an Internet page.B.In a sports club.

C.In a fiction.D.In a travel magazine.

第二节(共5小题;每题2分,满分10分)

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。

There is no exact age at which grown children should move out of their parents’ home.Although, of course, moving out is something that is healthy and normal for most young adults, the age at which a person does it often depends on the emotional and financial situation of the young adult.71

A common time for young adults from healthy families to move out is when they go to live in a dorm at college.72 For others it is temporary.After they graduate from college, going back to the family house is necessary while they are looking for work and saving some money.These days the cost of living and other expenses are much, much higher than they’ve ever been before in recorded history.

Some young people may prefer to wait until they can afford a better location and fewer or no roommates.Parents of these young people are often happy to let their children wait a little longer for this reason.73 They may not mind finding the least expensive apartment in an undesirable

location and then share it with whoever is willing to be a roommate.

74 Parents who encourage children not to rely on others and children who exercise it can live under the same roof.It requires reasonable people, teamwork, and common sense, but it can be done.

Parents are also different.Some parents are c oncerned about their kids’ safety, and the ability to live without their care.75 Some parents feel that their kids should leave home as soon as they have completed high school.They believe their children should have no assistance any more.

A.Under a minority of circumstances, there are troubled families.

B.However, some young people want to move out as soon as possible.

C.Therefore, they have their children stay at home as long as they can.

D.Also, it depends on the relationship between parents and their children.

E.For most college students this is the last and final move from the family house.

F.Some young persons do so because they wish to have a different lifestyle from their parents.

G.Living at home with their parents doesn’t mean that young adults should be t reated as children.

第II卷(非选择题,共35分)

第四部分:写作(共两节,满分35分)

第一节:短文改错(共10小题;每题1分,满分10分)

假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文,请你修改你同桌的以下作文。文中共有10处语言错误。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(∧),并在其下面写出该加的词。

删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。

修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在其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。

When I was a child, my mom was pushed me to study hard, hope I could get a chance to go to college.I experience pressure for the first time.I did that my mom expected because I didn’t want to let her off.I was born to a poor peasant family, but I really knew life was not easy.All the things my mother did was the result of her hope that I could lead better life in the future.As the saying goes, “No pains, no gains.” I was finally able to meet my mother expectations and ha ve a chance to go to college.Thanks to my mother’s push and the pressure, I made it.Now, I no longer think pressure is a good thing.

第二节:书面表达(满分25分)

【甘肃省部分普通高中2013届高三英语冲刺特训试题(一) Word版含答案]

Percentage of People

(a):Traveling

(b):Staying at home

上图为2000、2005、2010年庆阳市区人们度假方式的情况。请根据所给图表,写一篇短文。

短文必须包括以下内容:

1.请描述该图表的变化

2.请说明发生这些变化的原因并得出结论。

注意:(1)短文必须包括主要内容,并使内容连贯

(2)词数100左右

How People Spend Holiday

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甘肃省部分普通高中2013届高三英语冲刺特训试题(一)

参考答案

听力部分:1-5 BACBC 6-10 ACACB 11-15 ACBAA 16-20 CBBAC

单项选择:21-25 CBDCB 26-30 BCADA 31-35 DDAAC

完形填空:36-40 AABBA 41-45 BCADC 46-50 BDDBA 51-55 CCAAD

阅读理解:56-58 CBC 59-62 DABB 63-66 DDBB 67-70 BDCA

七项选五:71-75 DEBGC

改错:

1.was去掉

2. hope 改为hoping

3.experience 改成experienced

4.that 改成what

5. off 改成down

6.but 改成and/so

7. was改成were 8. lead 后加a 9. mother改为mother’s

10. good 改为bad

书面表达:

How People Spent Their Holidays

As can be seen from the table, the past decade has witnessed dramatic changes in the way people spent their holiday between 2000 and 2010. In 2000 60% of people spent their holidays at home, while the figure dropped considerably to 25% in 2010. It is obvious from the table that people tended to be more and more mobile, and they wanted to get entertainment in the outside world.

What contributed to these changes? I think the reasons are as follows. To start with, with the rapid development of economy, people earn by far more money than they used to. Thus, people are able to afford traveling expenses. Secondly, people think it important to get well-informed about the outside world in this new era when everything is on the move. Traveling, of course, is a sure way to achieve this goal. What's more, in this competitive society, people are usually under great stress. However, it is not difficult to find traveling an effective way to relieve people's stress and get relaxation. Last but not least, by traveling outside, people are close to nature, which is not only beneficial to both their health and peace of mind.

In conclusion, people prefer to go traveling rather than stay at home during holidays for a combination of reasons. Moreover, it seems that this trend will last in the foreseeable future.

【甘肃省部分普通高中2013届高三英语冲刺特训试题(一) Word版含答案]