四川省成都市2013届高中毕业班第三次诊断考试英语试题及答案_图文

成都市 2013 届高中毕业班第三次诊断性检测 英语
本试卷分选择题和非选择题两部分。第 I 卷(选择题)1 至 8 页,第 II 卷(非选择 题)9 至 10 页,共 10 页;满分 150 分,考试时间 120 分钟。
注意事项: 1. 答题前,务必将自己的姓名、考籍号填写在答题卡规定的位置上。

2. 答选择题时,必须使用

2B

铅笔将答题卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑,如需改动,用 橡皮

擦擦干净后,再选涂其它答案标号。

3. 答非选择题时,必须使用

0.5

毫米黑色签字笔,将答案书写在答题卡规定的位置上。

4. 所有题目必须在答题卡上作答,在试题卷上答题无效。 5. 考试结束后,只将答题卡交回。



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选择题,共

90

分)

第一部分英语知识运用(共两节, 满分 40 分) 第一节语法和词汇知识(共 10 小题;每小题 1
分,满分 10 分)



ABCD
、 、 、

四个选项中,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。

1. —Do you like your present job

,Jack?

— ,but I have to do it before I find a favorite one. A. Yes, of course C. Not a little B. Not really D. Don?t mention it

2. In the last few years, millions of Apples _____all over the world. A. were produced C. are produced 3. As we all know A. /; an B. have been produced D. are being produced

,_____Siberian tiger is _____endangered species.
B. the; the C. a; / D. the; an

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4. Lily was about to close the window _____ her attention was caught by a beautiful flying bird. A. after B. when C. while D. as

5. April Fool?s Day is celebrated throughout the world, _____ is one of the most light-hearted days of the year. A. that B. what C. which D. when

6. —These days the air has been heavy with PM2. 5,and it?s hard to see. ----Yes ,but sometimes it _____also be clear ,especially after a rain. A. need B. can C. must D. might

7. Would you pleasethe survey report for us and see if there are any obvious mistakes? A. look around B. look through C. look into D. look up

8. We all waited for a reply from our boss ,but _____came in the end. A. either B. another C. neither D. none

9. When first __ down in Chengdu,Maria found herself unable to get used to the spicy food. A. settling B. settled C. settles D. to settle

10. —Do you think it?s a good idea to make pen-pals with foreign English teachers on-line? — _____ I do. I?ve had one for long. A. Generally B. Fortunately C. Actually D. Really

第二节完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1. 5 分,满分 30 分)
阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项 的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该选项涂黑。

(A B C D)
、 、 和

中,选出可以填入空白处

Last summer a tornado hit a small town nearby. I saw ,in the local newspaper ,a picture of a young woman, a little boy and a younger 11 _____ standing in front of a totally destroyed house, eyes wide open with 12 _____ I noticed their clothing 13 closely matched ours. This would be a good opportunity to teach my children to help those less 14 _____ I 15 _____ their situation to my seven-year-old twins , Brad and Martin, and 16 the boys

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to donate some of their less favorite toys. My little daughter, Meghan, 17 _____ quietly when the boys piled up the old toys. After a while ,Meghan walked up 18 _____ Lucy , her much-loved doll, 19 _____ tightly to her chest. She put her round little 20 _____ into Lucy?s ,giving her a final kiss, and then laid her 21 _____ on top of the others. “Oh , honey”,I said,“you don?t have to give Lucy. You love her so much. ” Meghan nodded, trying to 22 _____her tears. “Lucy makes me happy Maybe she?ll make that little girl happy, too. ” The boys watched in surprise 23 _____ their baby sister placed Lucy in the 24 While I stared at Meghan, reflecting upon my donation ,they went, without a word, to their room and both 25 with their valued items. Martin hesitated 26 _____,then looked over at Meghan and put his model car next to Lucy. Amazed ,I removed my old 27 _____ from the box, and 28 _____ it with a new one I had bought the week before, hoping the young woman would 29 _____ it as much. Anyone can give away what they no longer need, but true generosity is giving what you 30 _____ I,who had meant to teach ,was taught.

,Mummy.

11. A. man 12. A. fear 13. A. brands 14. A. optimistic 15. A. announced 16. A. encouraged 17. A. waited 18. A. to 19. A. tied 20. A. eyes 21. A. gratefully 22. A. keep out 23. A. as 24. A. car 25. A. played

B. woman B. anger B. colors B. thankful B. explained B. commanded B, behaved B. with B. hugged B. ears B. swiftly B. take off B. before B. box B. dealt

C. boy C. pity C. sizes C. fortunate C. demonstrated C. requested C. counted C. by C. hung C. face C. painfully C. hold back C. after C. room C. returned
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D. girl D. sympathy D. prices D. wealthy D. translated D. allowed D. watched D. for D. grasped D. head D. gently D. burst into D. once D. picture D. vanished

26. A. anxiously 27. A. doll 28. A. replaced 29. A. wash 30. A. buy

B. briefly B. item B. balanced B. keep B. need

C. again C. newspaper C. mixed C. wear C. intend

D. instead D. jacket D. compared D. love D. dislike

第二部分阅读理解(共两节,满分 50 分)

第一节阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项,
并在 A

答题卡上将该项涂黑。 (共 20 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 40 分)

Most great singers have had learnt singing lessons since childhood. Occasionally, though, a great voice comes through untrained, a voice that is unbelievably, naturally beautiful. Mahalia Jackson had such a voice. Without having had a lesson, she was able to attract listeners with her magnificent voice that never seemed forced or pretended. Mahalia Jackson was a gospel singer. She preferred to sing the soul music or folk songs rather than popular songs or rocks. Since financial rewards didn?t concern her, she refused many opportunities to become wealthy. She sang for the simple country people and also for the rich, sometimes. But she never changed her style or her point of view. At one point, after some discussions, her husband advised her to try out for a regular stage role. Then, she reluctantly paid 2. 5 dollars for a song sheet and went to the interview. All the judges agreed to offer her the part, for they were highly impressed. At this point, however ,her husband got a job ,and she turned down the offer. She wanted to go on singing at concerts. Mahalia Jackson was a down-to-earth person, showing no self-pride. She considered her singing talent a gift from God and accepted it humbly. She would help box-office clerks and would even help sell tickets out front, if necessary. Therefore , was loved by people she around her. Perhaps Mahalia Jackson?s greatest moment was singing “The Star-Spangled Banner” at President John F. Kennedy?s inauguration (就职仪式)The national anthem may never have been sung better.
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31. Mahalia because______

Jackson

was

popular

among

the

people

around

her

mainly

A. she never changed her style or point of view B. she was a gospel singer for country people C. she was a down-to-earth person D. she had a very magnificent voice 32.As underlined in Paragraph 3,the word reluctantly means______. A. unwillingly B. joyfully C. carefully D. thankfully

33. After all her success, Mahalia Jackson always remained______ A. critical B. modest C. shy D. uncertain

34.If Mahalia Jackson saw a young singer was very nervous before a concert, she would probably______. A. amuse her B. ignore her
B

C. encourage her D. train her

Thomas Jefferson, the third president of the United States, was a good and tireless writer, and he wrote The

Declaration of Independence. There is much

we can learn from him. Here are some of the things he said and wrote: Go and see. Jefferson believed that a free man obtains knowledge from many sources besides books, and personal investigation is important as well. Judge for yourself. Jefferson refused to accept other people?s opinions without careful thought. “Neither believe nor reject anything,” he wrote to his nephew. Learn from everyone. Jefferson once visited the French nobleman, Lafayette, and said to him, “You must go into the people?s home as I have done ,look into their cooking pots and eat their bread. If you will only do this, you may find out why people are dissatisfied. ” Do what you believe is right. In a free country, there will always be conflicting ideas , and this is a source of strength. It is not unquestioning agreement but conflict that keeps freedom alive. Though Jefferson was for many years the object of strong criticism, he never answered his critics. He expressed his philosophy, “There are two sides to every question. If you take one side with decision and act on it with effect, those who take the other side will of
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course resent(憎恶)your actions. ” Trust the future and trust the young. Jefferson felt that the present should never be chained to customs which have lost their usefulness. “The earth belongs to the living generation. ” He didn?t fear new ideas, nor did he fear the future. “How much pain has been caused by evils which have never happened?” he remarked,“I expect the best, not the worst. ” 35. The author mentioned Jefferson?s visit to Lafayette to show______. A. Jefferson valued the importance of learning from others B. Jefferson had a close relationship with his people C. Jefferson was a great American president D. Jefferson was dissatisfied with Lafayette 36. Jefferson was determined never to answer his critics because______. A. he believed silence was a source of strength B. he thought it useless to defend obviously correct ideas C. he knew the more he said ,the more people would resent him D. he believed in conflict rather than in unquestioning agreement 37. When writing about Jefferson, the author?s voice sounds______. A. negative B. positive C. interested D. excited

38. What would be the best title of the passage? A. Jefferson?s Philosophy C. Jefferson?s Teaching
C

B. Jefferson?s Great Works D. Jefferson's Life Story

I had a terrible accident and was transferred via a helicopter to the Pittsburgh Hospital. I was conscious of my accident and friends, and family passing out at the sight of me. It was no picnic! Late one evening ,I could hear the nurses in the next room repeatedly talking to a new patient. “Sandy, your mom is here. Open your eyes. ” This had gone on throughout the night. “Sandy , your dad has some flowers for you. Open your eyes and look at them. ” I asked the nurse as she checked in on me what had happened to Sandy. The nurse said that Sandy

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was about 17 and had been involved in a car wreck. She was in a deep coma (昏迷) , not in good shape. Over the next few nights ,I started talking to Sandy. Although, it was said silently, I started to urge her to open her eyes or say something. Her parents visited with me one evening, and they seemed to be from an important family but in much grief, much like the faces of those that had visited me. And there I was speechless, immobile and had no real way of easing (减轻)their pain. It became very important to me to pray for her recovery, not my own. In some strange way, I believed that if Sandy would just open her eyes ,my own situation would get better. Sandy never came out of the coma as far as I know. During my stay in hospital, there were many times I felt like I was in an emotional coma. But I still could hear “just open your eyes. ” Even now I think of her quite often. I remember the long nights in the hospital, the smell of the hospital environment and the helplessness we all felt. Even though Sandy?s situation was bad, I am thankful for understanding what it means to let go of your own problems and concentrate on others,. 39. The nurses repeatedly said “Open your eyes” to Sandy, trying______ A. to help her recognize her parents B. to find whether she is still alive C. to introduce her to the author D. to help her come to life 40. The author prayed for Sandy?s recovery because he felt that______. A. he could help the nurses in the hospital B. Sandy?s parents were sad and helpless C. he would recover if Sandy recovered D. Sandy was in a very bad situation 41. Which word can best describe the author according to the passage? A. Emotional. B. Kind. C. Brave. D. Patient.

42. According to the author, we should______when we all have problems. A. show our care to the unlucky with problems B. try to learn something from these problems
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C. focus on others? than on our own D. always feel lucky for ourselves
D

In the digital age, getting students into classrooms is an increasingly challenging mission for college and university teachers, not to mention retaining their attention. “It?s much harder to teach the post-90s,,said Chen Jixiu , a math professor at Fudan , University. “They use smart-phones and tablets to search for information, even during class. They get knowledge from a variety of sources, and consider it ?a small cake ,to skip classes. ” According to Chen, this situation has forced teachers to adopt “odd tricks” for attracting students to class. Here are some interesting ideas picked up by 21st Century. Food for Thought: Rather than providing only moral encouragement, teachers at Wuhan University are offering real-life related rewards to improve student attendance. Students sitting in the first row of the health psychology course taught by professor Lei Wuming are rewarded with snacks. “I?ve got 7,000 fans on my micro-blog (微博) ,and most of them are my students, ”said Lei , director of the university?s Education Institution. “I do want to express my thanks to those coming to listen, and to make the class more lively. ” Teacher vs Phone; In the broadcasting and hosting course of Hankou University, teacher Huang Huiqiong gives students permission to busy themselves with their cell phones during class. They keep their heads down until they hear something interesting. If not, they can sit through the entire class without being disturbed and even give the teacher advice following the class. “A teacher is not the boss and students have the right to make content suggestions,,said Huang. , Friendly Blogs: You might hesitate to participate in class discussions, but what if you could send a message instead of speaking out loud? In the computer science course at Changsha University of Science Technology (CUST),students can voice opinions via their cell phone. “I open a micro-blog webpage,and when students text a message to the account, it appears on the screen,,said teacher Huang Qiang. Su Ying, 19,a sophomore , at CUST, said:“I feel relaxed as I don?t like standing up and getting everybody?s attention. ”
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43. Teaching the post-90s students is getting harder because______ A. they all use smart-phones and tablets B. they are focused on digital stuff C. they are more likely to skip classes D. they have a bigger resource to learn 44. How does Lei Wuming improve his students? attendance? A. He sets up a micro-blog for his students. B. He expresses thanks to all his students. C. He offers some food as rewards. D. He uses moral encouragement. 45. Huang Huiqiong allows her students to play with cell phones in class because A. she doesn?t like to disturb her students in class B. her students can hear something interesting C. she thinks students are the main role in class D. her students may feel much more relaxed 46. How can Huang Qiang?s students make use of his micro-blog? A. They can express themselves by texting a message. B. They can get relaxed without standing up. C. They can put their opinions on the screen. D They can get everybody?s attention.
E

Certain plants and animals can survive under what seem like impossible conditions. Blind fish live freely under ocean depths that are absolutely dark and cold. Bacteria live at temperatures of 600 ° or a higher in places where the heat comes from the deep earth. F One of the most remarkable achievements that we can observe directly is the ability of the plants and animals in the desert. In the Death Valley ,temperatures of 134 ° in the shade have been officially reported F Yet lizards live there ,along with 600 species of plants, 30 species of mammals? and even fish. While the days are terribly hot, the nights are extremely cold. Temperatures can fall down by as much as 50 ° F.
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Plants called xerophytes are perfectly adapted to the extremely dry conditions. These plants have survived by developing techniques for coping with their environment. Like all living things ,they must have water ,and they get it in several ways. The mesquite and the prickly (多刺的)pear pick up moisture in opposite ways. The mesquite sends its roots down as deep as 60 feet to tap the water table. The prickly pear, on the other hand ,spreads its roots wide. These roots are shallow but they pick up whatever moisture is available at ground level. The paloverde saves water by shedding leaves in times of extreme drought The barrel cactus makes sure of a water supply by storing water in the plant itself. The saguaro cactus stores so much water that it can survive years of drought. But even the saguaro will die sooner or later if there is no rain. All these plants , although well adjusted to their environment, must eventually get water. Even if the parent plants die, there are always seeds to keep the species alive. Since the desert is so tough, thousands of seeds must be released to produce one plant. To get rooted, these seeds must have exactly the right conditions. They can lie dormant(休眠)for months, even years, until a little water stimulates the sparks of life. 47. Which of the following can best express the main idea of the passage? A. The Death Valley is a living museum ,where many plants and animals exist. B. Plants and animals can survive in the desert by adjusting to the environment. C. Days in desert can be deadly hot, while nights can be terribly cold. D. Bacteria survive in the ocean depth and the desert burning heat. 48. The prickly pear survives in the desert by______. A. shedding leaves in times of drought B. sending its roots down 60 feet C. spreading its roots wide D. storing water in itself 49. The word xerophytes possibly comes from two Greek word roots that have the meaning of______ A. special techniques C. water sheds B. living animals D. dry plants
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50. What is the most important information the writer wants to tell readers in the last paragraph? A. Seeds can keep plants alive. B. Water is a must in the desert. C. Desert plants depend on seeds as well as water. D Seeds get dormant for a very long time in the desert.

第二节根据对话内容, 从对话后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项,然后 将答案 写到答题卡相应的位置上。选项中有两项多余选项。 (共 5 小题;每小题 2 分, 满分 10 分)
A: Hi, Susan. Are you interested in buying some used books? You can really save some money. B: 51______ A: Er... Let me see. I have a science book called selling it for 30 dollars. B: 52______ A: Maybe so, but I bought it for 60,and I put lots of notes in it. That should help you. B: 53______ A: Oh, I?ve got an English writing textbook for 14 dollars ,a math book for 23 and a novel for only 7. B: Er…. A: You know, these things go fast. 54______ B:Well..., OK, I?ll take the writing textbook and the novel. I need both of them for sure. A: No more textbooks? B; 55 ______Teachers are always changing their minds about textbooks. A: All right. Here are the books you need,21 dollars in total.

Today's World, and I?m

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B: OK. Here is the money. A. Not now. B. It?s up to you. C. That sounds great. D. Well ,what do you have? E. What else are you selling? F. How much do I need to pay you? G. 30? That’s too expensive for an old book like that.



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非选择题,共

60

分)

第三部分写作(共三节,满分 60 分)

第一节阅读表达(共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分)
阅读下面短文并回答问题,然后将答案写到答题卡相应的位置上(请注意每题 词数要求)。
A new smart-phone has caused excitement recently. It is Mi-2, launched by a Chinabased company called Xiaomi Technology. Lei Jun , man behind Xiaomi , the won the Best Newcomer at 2012 CCTV China Economic Person of the Year Awards. The company he founded less than three years ago is valued at $ 4 billion. “People become great because they have dreams. ” said Lei. As a student in Wuhan University, he read a book,

Fire In the Valley, which tells the story of Apple?s

Steve Jobs. Encouraged by the book, the 21-year-old set up a company. But his venture soon failed because he lacked a long-term plan. After graduation, Lei joined Kingsoft, a software company. In 16 years, he became one of the top IT company leaders. His life could have continued this way, successful and steady. But he always felt his dream calling for him every night. At 38,he left Kingsoft and started his own company. This time, he knew what would make a promising new company: following the trends but keeping your innovation. He entered the smart-phone market. Lei is a big fan of the iPhone. But instead of creating a copy of it, ____. Most big
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companies view phones as an accessory (附属品) computers. However, Lei wanted to to replace computers with smart-phones. The greatest challenge was making the phone?s input and output methods as convenient as a computer?s. Mi Liao, a chat tool on Mi smart phones ,is Lei?s idea. With access to the Internet, you can send voice messages rather than typing to your friends. Mi Liao was launched in December 2010, one month earlier than Tencent?s WeChat. Meanwhile, Lei managed to make smart-phones affordable. Mi-2 has high-end functions comparable to the Samsung Galaxy S3,but sells at half the price. “Lei is a visionary founder focusing on cutting-edge innovation,,Forbes commented. , Becoming a household name in such a short time seems “mission impossible,”but Xiaomi has accomplished it. That?s also what Mi is short for. 56. What is the key to Lei Jun?s success? (1 word) ______ 57. What does Mi stand for? (Within 3 words) ______ 58. Why did Lei Jun leave Kingsoft? (Within 8 words) ______ 59. Fill in the blank in Paragraph 4 with proper words. (Within 10 words) ______ 60. What did Lei Jun do to make Mi-2 a household name in such a short time? (Within 15 words) ______

第二节短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 1. 5 分,满分 15 分,将答案写到答题卡相应的

位置上) 下文中共有 10 处语言错误,每行中最多有两处。每处错误仅涉及一个 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,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。 注意:1.每处错误及其修改均仅限一词;
2.只允许修改 10 处,多者(从第 11 处起)不计分。

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A performance in our dty is making people to think more about the overuse of plastic bags. In front of a supermarket, five volunteers wore white plastic bags and walk around and through the crowd. The performance called on people to use less cloth bags instead of plastic ones. Some
of the plastic bags wore by the performers were collected from customer in two food

markets and all others were collected by 700 students from a secondary school On that day,after leaving the food markets, customers were asked to hand in the plastic shopping bags that we didn?t need Several hundreds plastic bags were collected for just two hours.

第三节书面表达(满分 35 分,将答案写到答题卡相应的位置上)

随着微博的普及, 许多行业精英或公众人物通过微博发布消息和表达观点,给 社会带来 不同影响。现在,请你用英语就此写篇简评,内容包括:
1. 上述情况日趋普遍; 2. 这种做法的利与弊; 3. 微博是否应受到监管?为什么?

注意:1.词数:120 字左右;
2. 参考词汇:微博 micro-blogs n (pl.) 行业精英 industry elites n. (pl)

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