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 整理 资源来源网络(https://www.kuaiwen.net)” 2013-2014学年度高三复习阶段性检测 英语试题 2014.01 本试卷分第I卷和第II卷两部分,共12页。满分150分。考试用时120分钟。考试结束后,将本试卷和答题卡一并交回。 注意事项: 1.答题前,考生务必用0.5毫米黑色签字笔将自己的姓名、座号、准考证号、县区和科类填写在答题卡和试卷规定的位置上。 2.第I卷每小题选出答案后,用2B铅笔把答题卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑;如需改动,用橡皮擦干净后,再选涂其他答案标号。 3.第II卷必须用0.5毫米黑色签字笔作答,答案必须写在答题卡各题目指定区域内相应的位置,不能写在试卷上;如需改动,先划掉原来的答案,然后再写上新的答案;不能使用涂改液、胶带纸、修正带。不按以上要求作答的答案无效。 第I卷(共100分) 第一部分 知识运用(共两节,满分50分) 第一节	单项选择(共20小题;每小题1分,满分20分) 从A、B、C、D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. Anger is bad emotion, which can do great harm to your health. A.不填;不填 B. the; a C. a; 不填 D. a; a 2. A proper study plan can help students reduce their exam . A. attitude B. anxiety C. curiosity D. attack 3. It was during my stay in Paris studying art I picked up some French. A. where B. which C. when D. that 4. Anyway, I can’t lie about it-it’s my principles. A. against B. with C. on D. by 5. about it earlier, we could have warned people of the danger. A. Would we know B. Should we know C. Have we known D. Had we known 6. You have no idea I have gone through during the last few months. A. what B. which C. that D. when 7. The case of Li Gang became a hot topic and so did of Li Tianyi. A. it B. one C. that D. this 8. The greenbelt, once , will greatly improve the local environment. A. finishing B. finished C. having finished D. to finish 9. Listening, much importance should be attached, is well worth practising every day. A. from that B. from which C. to which D. for what 10. Take the umbrella with you in case it . A. may rain B. will rain C. rained D. rains 11. The alarm clock has stopped. I get it to go again or I might be late tomorrow. A. can B. must C. could D. may 12. the feelings of the neighbouring nations, the Japanese prime minister visited Yasukuni shrine(靖国神灶). A. Apart from B. In addition to C. But for D. Regardless of 13. Jennifer will stop dinner, so she won’t be here very soon. A. to have B. having C. having had D. to have had 14. In China you can see people using mobile phones while driving, is illegal in many other countries. A. where B. when C. which D. who 15.-Do you like my new shoes? They cost only £15. - Wow! That’s cheap, what a ! A. gain B. profit C. bargain D. win 16.- You seem to be familiar with this city. - I here for three years. It’s great to be back for a visit. A. lived B. have lived C. had lived D. live 17. There is always a debate on human beings are born good or bad. A. which B. what C. that D. whether 18. It was of you not to disturb the Senior Three students at night. A. considerate B. patient C. convenient D. modest 19. I remembered that the air conditioners turned off before I left office. A. were B. had been C. were to be D. have been 20. -Here you are at the railway station. - ! I’ve forgotten the ticket! A. So soon B. All right C. Oh no D. Well done 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(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。 Peter Wiggins grew up in a poor family . He worked diligently at his 21 job as teaching assistant in a private kindergarten and put in three more hours at night as a part-time cashier at a 22 . By the time Peter walked home with slow and heavy steps every day. It was often close to 23 . Peter worked very hard in order to 24 his aged parents who had retired as restroom cleaners with 25 savings left after putting Peter and his sister through school. Peter was the only 26 , for his sister, Beth, was often in poor health. One day, as Peter was walking home from ACE Supermarket where he 27 , he stumbled(绊脚) upon a small brown packet on the pavement. The package was slightly 28 So he picked it up to examine it more closely. To his 29 , it contained fifty-dollar bills. Peter knew it was not his to keep and that the 30 might urgently need the money. Without 31 , Peter walked quickly to the nearest police station and handed it over to Mr.Roberts who was the police officer 32 for that night. Surprised to see someone hand in such a large amount of cash 33 ,the police officer said that Peter was indeed a role model others could 34 . “It ‘s nothing really……I was doing what 35 would have done,” Peter’s face turned red as the officer continued to ask for his name and contact number so that the owner could 36 thank him. The next day, Peter received a 37 . The owner of the lost money was none other than Peter’s 38 at the ACE Supermarket! He had found out about Peter from Roberts and had decided to 39 Peter to the position of manager with a handsome increase in salary. He had also decided to pay for Beth’s 40 .Peter was overjoyed. 21.A. any-time B. short-time C. day-time D. night-time 22.A. supermarket B. night school	C. restaurant D. hotel 23.A. morning B. noon C. evening D. midnight 24.A. settle B. impress C. support D. treat 25.A. more B. some C. little D. much 26.A. son B. breadwinner	C. one D. assistant 27.A. stayed B. shopped C. worked D. visited 28.A. old B. torn C. familiar D. heavy 29.A. joy B. disappointment	C. shock D. relief 30.A. leader B. assistant C. boss D. owner 31.A. success B. fear C. hesitation D. doubt 32.A. on behalf B. on duty C. on watch D. on purpose 33.A. unfinished B. unused C. untouched D. unexpected 34.A. look at B. look up to C. look down on	D. look forward to 35.A. few B. none C. anybody D. policemen 36.A. independently	B. personally C. cautiously D. regularly 37.A. letter B. notice C. call D. packet 38.A. colleague B. boss C. consumer D. enemy 39.A. introduce B. expose C. promote D. lead 40.A. university education B. travel costs C. holiday parties D. medical treatment 第二部分	阅读理解(共25小题;每小题2分,满分50分) 阅读下列短文,从每小题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A “Mom, I can’t do this.” My teenage son Bret stood in front of me with his hands full of papers. “Can’t do what?”I asked while preparing supper. “All these!” he waved his hands up and down. “There’s no way I can do everything my teachers are asking me to do.” I stopped what I was doing and turned to face him. I had never seen him so upset. He was my jovial son. He made good grades in school and nothing ever seemed to bother him. As I studied his face, I could see his eyes filled with tears. Walking over to the kitchen table, I sat down and asked him to join me. “Show me what you have to do .” Bret sat down in a chair and dropped the papers in front of him. “Mr. Jones, my chemistry teacher, wants me to make a project for the Science Fair.” “Okay , And what else?” “I have an algebra test next week, and that will be one-third of our grade this school term!” “And I have to write an English essay. And midterms are the next week! I need to study for them and I have to get help with Spanish. There’s no way I can do everything!” His hands shook as he picked up each assignment. It broke my heart to see him so stressed out. I wanted to help him, yet I couldn’t do the work for him. I looked at Bret and said. “You don’t have to do everything at once. You can do one at a time. Let’s make a list of what you need to do.” So, one by one, we listed each item. Then we put the duedate next to the item. Next we separated the items into parts. For instance, the chemistry project needed supplies. So we put a deadline on getting the supplies. He had a friend who could help him with Spanish, so we had to put that time in. During the process, I saw my son visibly relax. When we finished with the list, I asked, “Do you think you can do this now?” He smiled and I saw his confidence return . “sure! Thanks, Mom!” There is a saying that asks, “How do you eat an elepharnt?” The answer is, “One bite at a time.” 41. Why was Bret so upset? A. He had quarreled with his chemistry teacher. B. He was poor in many of his school subjects. C. The algebra test would be too difficult for him. D. He felt helpless with the huge amount of school work. 42. The underlined word “Jovial” in Paragraph 4 means “ ”. A. honest B. modest C. happy D. generous 43. How did the writer feel at the sight of Bret’s shaking hands? A. Annoyed B. Puzzled C. Frightened D. Heartbroken. 44. What did the writer help Bret do? A. She bought some articles for Bret’s chemistry project.. B. She arranged the tasks according to levels of urgency. C. She found a friend to teach Bret Spanish at once. D. She prepared the material for Bret’s Ehglish composition. 45. Which of the following best describes the writer of the passage? A. Strict, pretty and kind. B. Loving , patient and wise. C. Busy and hardworking. D. Honest and warmhearted. B In the Dutch colonial town later known as Albany, New york, there lived a baker, Van Amsterdam, who was as honest as he could be. He took great care to give his customers exactly what they paid for- not more and not less. One Saint Nicholas Day morning, when the baker was just ready for business, the door of his shop flew open. In walked and old woman wrapped in a long black shawl. She asked for a dozen of the baker’s Saint Nicholas cookies. Van Amsterdam counted out twelve cookies. But the woman insisted that a dozen is thirteen. Van Amsterdam was not a man to bear foolishness. He refused. The woman turned to go without the cookies but she stopped at the door, saying, “van Amsterdam! However honest you may be, your heart is small and your fist is tight. ”Then she was gone. From that day on, everything went wrong in Van Amsterdam’s bakery. His bread rose too high of not at all. His pies were sour or too sweet. His cookies were burnt or doughy (半熟的). His customers soon noticed the difference and slipped away. A year passed. The baker grew poorer and poorer. Finally, on the day before Saint Nicholas Day, no customer came to his shop . Staring at his unsold Saint Nicholas cookies, he prayed that Saint Nicholas could help him. That night, the baker had a dream. He was Saint Nicholas pulling out gifts from his baskets for a crowd of happy children. No matter how many presents Nicholas handed out , there were always more to give. Then somehow, Saint Nicholas turned into the old woman with the long black shawl ! Van Amsterdam awoke with a start. He suddenly realized that he always gave his customers exactly what they paid for, “But why not give more?” The next morning, on Saint Nicholas Day, the baker rose early to make cookies. And to his surprise, the cookies were as fine as they could be . When he had just finished, the old woman appeared at his door again . She asked for a dozen of Van Amsterdam’s Saint Nicholas cookies. In great excitement, Van Amsterdam counted out twelve cookies – and one more. When people heard he counted thirteen as a dozen, he had more customers than ever and became wealthy. The practice then spread to other towns as a common custom. 46. Which of the following would be the best title for this passage? A. A Dozen, Twelve of Thirteen? B. Saint Nicholas, a Selfless Giver C. How to Become a Good Baker D. An Old Woman with a Long Black Shawl 47. The underlined part in Paragraph2 is closest in meaning to . A. you are very honest B. you are not generous C. your heart and fist are abnormal D. you are cruel and likes fighting 48. Why did the strange things happen in Amsterdam’s bakery? A. Saint Nicholas was teaching him a lesson. B. The workers in the bakery were dissatisfied with the pay. C. The materials for his products were poor in quality. D. His customers stopped buying his products. 49. Why did Amsterdam give the old woman one more cookie later? A. He had become wealthy and didn’t care about money. B. He wanted to become a selfless person like Saint Nicholas. C. He was trying to get rid of his bad reputation. D. He was too excited to count the cookies correctly. 50. Why did the baker become excited when he was the old woman again? A. He wanted her to taste his delicious cookies. B. He had a chance to let her pay for all his losses. C. He wanted to tell her a dozen is twelve. D. He had a chance to show her he had corrected his mistake. C Most of the guests who come on our trips have never been to Egypt before .We want to make everyone comfortable and at ease, but we do always get the same questions in advance of trip. So here I will give you some travel tips. What should I wear? If you’re lucky enough to visit Egypt between November and February, pack a sweater. You’ll need it-the desert gets rather cold at night. During the day, the temperature will be agreeable and comfortable. Any other time, pack as if you’re going to Phoenix of Vegas in August. For the ladies, bathing suits are normal if there's a pool where you are going,but leave the string bikini at home –it is a Muslim country, after all.Last, if you are planning on visiting any mosques(清真寺)or certain parts of upper Egypt, ladies will need to plan on bringing something that comes at least to the elbow(肘部), and no shorts for men of women in those areas. What special things do I need to pack? One of my favorite things in the world to bring to Egypt is and Evian Mister, a sprayer with a fine mist of Evian water. You may be able to find it in your local drug store. Spray a little on your face of head , and your body temperature will feel like it’s dropped 10 or 15 degrees. Other items include your camera, sun block and extra batteries. How do I communicate with home? Internet cafes are plentiful everywhere, especially in Cairo, luxor, and Alexandria. If you have international calling on you phone, you should be able to use it-AT&T and Sprint both work internationally for sure, but make sure you have the international coverage. A satellite phone is best if you are certain to need coverage in the middle of the country, like while sailing up the Nile , but for most people these days a cell phone is fine. What medical preparation do I need? In a word: none! The one thing you may come down with in Egypt is politely called “Pharoah ’s Revenge. ” The thing that gets rid of pharoah’s Revenge is a regionally produced medicine, and is available at every drugstore for $1 a box . DON’T	drink local water. DO drink bottled water, avoid the skins of fresh vegetables, and you’ll be fine. 51. What clothing is proper for ladies visiting a mosque? A. String bikinis B. Bathing suits C. Long-sleeve clothes D. Shorts. 52. What’s the use of an Evian Mister? A. To relieve your thirst. B. To cool yourself down. C. To prevent sunburns. D. To drive away insects. 53. What information is provided about distance communication? A. A cell phone is enough for most people. B. AT&T and Sprint offter free service in Egyph. C. A satellite phone doesn’t work in Mid-Eghpt. D. Internet cafes are only available in big cities. 54. What does“Pharoah ‘s Revenge” probably refer to in the last paragraph? A. A battle B. A tale C. A disease D. A plant 55. The purpose of this passage is to . A. describe a journey to Egypt to the tourists B. offer some practical tips on traveling in Egypt C. warn readers of the awful insects in Egypt D. appeal to more possible tourists to the journey D The majority of Indian women wear a red dot between their eyebrow. While it is generally taken as an indicator of their marital(婚姻的)status, the practice is primarily related to the Hindu religion. The dot goes by different names in different Hindi dialects, and “bindi” is the one that is most commonly known . Traditionally, the dot carries no gender restriction:Men as well as women wear it. However, the tradition of men wearing it has faded in recent times, so nowadays we see a lot more women than men wearing one. The position of the bindi is standard; center of the forehead, close to the eyebrows. It represents a third, or inner eye. Hindu tradition holds that all people have three eyes: The two outer ones are used for seeing the outside world, and the third one is there to focus inward toward God. As such, the dot signifies, piety(虔诚)and serves as a constant reminder to keep God in the front of a believer’s thoughts. Red is the traditional color of the dot. It is said that in ancient times a man would place a drop of blood between his wife’s eyes to seal their marriage. According to Hindu beliefs, the clolor red is believed to bring good fortune to the married couple. Today, people go with different colors depending upon their preferences. Women often wear dots that match the color of their clothes. Decorative of sticker bindis come in all sizes, colors and variations, and can be worn by young and old, married and unmarried people alike. Wearing a bindi has become more of a fashion statement than a religious custom. 56. Why did people in India start wearing a red dot on their forehead? A. To indicate their social rank. B. To stress their family background. C. To display their financial status. D. To show their religious belief. 57. The underlined word “gender ”in the first paragraph most probably refers to . A. sex B. age C. colour D. nationality 58. What is the function of the third eye in Hindu tradition? A. To look to the distance. B. To see the outside world. C. To pay respect to God. D. To help the other eyes see better. 59. Why was red chosen as the original color of the bindi? A. The red dot represented the blood of God. B. Red stood for a wife’s love for her husband. C. The word “bindi”means “red”in some Hindi dialects. D. Red was believed to be a lucky colour for husband and wife. 60. Which of the following statements is true about bindis today? A. Biondis are worn anywhere on the face now. B. Bindis are now used to make people look better. C. Most Indian women do not wear bindis anymore. D.More men than women wear bindis in India. E What do you use to get around town? A car? A bike? Your feet ? perhaps you should try a segway! The Segway is perfect for short journeys. It’s an electric vehicle that consists of a platform between two wheels, with a pole that connects the platform to the handlebars. To ride it , you step up onto the platfoum, and control the Segway by moving your body. Lean forwards to go faster, and back-wards to solw down. On older models, direction was controlled by a twist grip(扭转把手)on the left handlebar. This varies the speeds between the two motors, and a decrease in the speed of the left wheel would trun the Segway to the left . With newer models you simply lean to the left or right. Meanwhile, a gyroscope (陀螺仪)detects your movements and prevents the machine from falling over. The Segway has a maximum speed of 19 km per hour and a range of about 38 km. after that, you need to plug it and recharge the battery. Segways are used for a variety of purposes. People with mobility problems can now enjoy walks in the country with their friends and family. Some golfers see them as an alternative to the golf cart . And dog owners now have an easier way to take the dog to the park. A few police forces use Segways, too. They allow officers to more quickly while maintaining contact with the publick. They’re also becoming a common sight on airport . However, the most popular use is in tourism , particularly for city tours . Visit any major tourist city in summer, sit outside a cafe for a while and there’s a good chance you’ll see a group of tourists passing on Segways. 61.Which of the following pictures shows the Segways being used? 62. How do you trun to the left on a Segway of the new model? A. Lean to the left B. Adjust the twist grip C. Press the left bar D. Control the gyroscope 63. How far can you travel on a Segway at most? A. Less than 19 km B. About 19 km C. About 38 km D. Over 45 km 64. The Segway is most commonly used by . A. families B. golfers C. police D. tourists 65. Which of the following correctly shows the order in which information about the Segway is provided? A. Introduction→Ways of application→ structure→Principle of operation B. Introduction→ Principle of operation→Structure →Ways of application C. Introduction → Structure → Principle of operation →ways of application D. Structure→ Introduction→Principle of operation→Ways of application 第II卷(共50分) 第三部分 书面表达(共两节,满分50分) 第一节 阅读表达(第67、68、69、71题每题2分,第66、70、720题每题4分,满分20分) 阅读下面短文并回答问题,将答案写到答题卡相应的位置上(清注意70、71和72小题后面的词数要求)。 [1] A new study has found evidence of aggressive behavior in children who drink four or more servings of soft drinks every day. Information for the study came from the mothers of3,000 5-year-olds. The research is part of a large study called the Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing Study; it follows5,000 poor mothers and their children in 20 American cities. Earlier studies of young adults have found the highest blood-sugar levels in those who carry weapons and show signs of negative social behaviors. [2] Researchers asked the women to keep a record of how many servings of soft drinks their children drank over a two-month period. The women were also asked to complete a checklist of their children’s behavior. The researchers found that 43 percent of the boys and girls drank at least one serving of soda daily, and 4 percent of the youngsters had four or more sodas to drink every day. [3] Shakira Suglia worked on the study with researchers from the University of Vermont and Harvard University School of Public Health. She says they found that children who drank the most soda were more than two thimes as likely as those who drank no soda to show signs of aggression, “For the children who consumed fou of more soft drinks per day, we see an association between aggressive behaviors, attention problems and withdrawn behaviors.”The aggressive behaviors included destroying possessions belonging to others, taking part in fights and physically attacking people. [4] Shakira Suglia says the researchers identified the link after they considered socio-demo-graphic(社会人口)factors like the child’s age and sex. They also considered other possible influence,such as whether the boys and girls were eating sweets or giving fruit drinks on a normal day. In addition, the researchers examined parenting styles and other social conditions that might be taking place in the home. [5] Doctor Suglia says it’s not clear why young children have behaveior problems , “We can’t prove that this is a direct cause-and-effect relationship. There are a lot of ingredients(成分)in soda that have not been examined in relation to behavior.” [6] A substance often found in soft drinks is caffeine,which helps to make people feel energetic. Doctor Suglia suggests that caffeine could be causing the 5-year-olds to be more aggressive. 66. Translate the underlined sentence in Paragraph 1 into Chinese. 67. What were the mothers asked to do in the study? 68. Give one example for each of the problems: ①aggressive behaviors: (必做,做对得满分) ②attention problems: (选做,加分不扣分) ③withdrawn behaviors: (选做,加分不扣分) 69. Find the word in Paragraph 3 which means the same as the underlined word“link”in Paragraph 4. 70. Fill in the blank in Paragraph5 with proper words.(no more than 7 words) 71. What might have caused the aggressive behaviors according to Doctor Suglia?(no more than 5 words). 72. What is the main idea of this passage?(no more than 12 words) 第二节 写作(满分30分) 假设你目前在英国参加语言培训班,住在Mrs. William家。你需要完成培训老师布置的作业;用英语介绍你的房东。内容要点如下: 1.外貌特征; 2.对中国感兴趣; 3.与你相处融洽。 注意: 1.词数:120-150;开头已给出,不计入总词数; 2.可适当发挥,以使行文连贯; I am now staying at Mrs. William’s ·11· 
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