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2013年高三第一次教学质量检测英语试题答案

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合肥市2013年高三第一次教学质量检测

英语试题

(考试时间:120分钟满分:150分)

I卷(三部分,共115分)

第一部分:听力(共两节,满分30分)

回答听力部分时,请先将答案标在试卷上。听力部分结束前,你将有两分钟的时间将您的答案转涂到客观答题卡上。

第一节(5小题;每小题1. 5,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ABC三个选项中选出最佳 选项,并标在答题卷的相应位置。用答题卡的考生,先把选出的最佳选项标在试卷的相应位置,再转涂到答题卡上。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 will the two speakers go?

A. To a movie theatre.             B. To a coffee shop.            C. To a city park.

2. What does the man advise the woman to do?

A. To take a tourist map.          B. To take a hotel card.               C. To go with the guide.

3. What does the woman think of John?

A. Kind.                                 B. Easy-going.                     C. Untrustworthy.

4. What probably happened to the man?

A. He cut his finger.                B. He got burnt.                   C. He felt sick.

5. What is Susan going to do next?

A. To meet a friend at the stadium.

B. To watch a men's relay race.

C. To take part in a sports event.

第二节(15小题,每小题1. 5,满分22. 5分)

听下面5 对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的ABC三个选 项中选出最佳选项,并标在答题卷的相应位置。用答题卡的考生,先把选出的最佳选项标在 试卷的相应位置,再转涂到答题卡上。听每段对话或独白前,你将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67题。

6. Where does this conversation probably take place?

A. In a bank.                          B. In a hotel.                       C. At a street stand.

7. What does the woman want to do?

A. Get a cheaper 2013 calendar.

B. Buy the wall calendar only.

C. Change the calendar for a latest one.

听第7段材料,回答第810题。

8. How often is the garbage collected?

A. Once a week.                     B. Twice a week.                 C. Three times a week.

9. Where will the woman most probably get the bill for waste collection?

A. At the post office.                      B. In the company.              C. At home.

10. What might be the relationship between the speakers?

A. Neighbors.                         B. Husband and wife.           C. Classmates.

听第8段材料,回答第1113题。

11. What does the woman go to China for?

A. Spending a vacation.            B. Visiting her old friends.     C. Buying something cheap.

12. Who helps the woman get a plane ticket?

A. Her son.                             B. Her friend.                      C. Her brother.

13. What are the two speakers mainly talking about?

A. Finding places to visit.          B. Booking tickets online.     

C. Learning to use the Internet.

听第9段材料,回答第1416题。

14. How does the woman like the game?

A. Just SO-SO.                       B. Terrible.                          C. Perfect

15. What is the man's team going to do this weekend?

A. To take a training.                      B. To watch a game.            C. To have a rest.

16. When will the two companiesteams play each other?

A. This Saturday.                    B. This Sunday.                   C. Next Saturday.

听第10段材料,回答第1720题。

17. What can people usually find in a one-room apartment besides a kitchen?

A. A bathroom.                       B. A living room.                  C. Two bedrooms.

18. How much do people need to pay for security deposit?

A. One-month rent.                 B. Two-month rent.             C. Three-month rent.

19. According to the speaker, what makes the rental prices of apartments different?

A. Size and quality.                  B. Quality and location.        C. Location and decoration.

20. What should people do first if they still want to rent the apartment?

A. Pay a full year rent in advance.

B. Have the apartment redecorated.

C. Renew the agreement with the owner.

第二部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分45分)

第一节:单项填空(15小题;每小题1分,满分15分)

ABCD四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并标在答题卷的相应位置。 用答题卡的考生,先把选出的最佳选项标在试卷的相应位置,再转涂到答题卡上。

21. — Thanks for the lift. I do appreciate it.

   — _____.

A. No problem          B. With pleasure           C. Not necessary          D. A piece of cake

22. Currentlymany American women are still faced with the _____ of choosing between work and family commitments.

A. desperation           B. confusion                C. dilemma                  D. concern

23. With economy developing at great speed, our city has _____ quite a few changes in recent years.

A. witnessed             B. accumulated             C. arisen                      D. introduced

24. You have no chance of getting the position. I’m afraid you _____ your time if you apply for it.

A. waste                  B. have wasted             C. have been wasting    D. will be wasting

25. It is difficult for children to change their eating habit later in life. _____parents should encourage healthy eating from an early age.

A. Otherwise            B. Therefore                C. Besides                    D. However

26. — Are these seats available?

Sorry, sir. The seats _____.

A. have reserved       B. are reserved             C. reserved                  D. are reserving

27. Helen has got _____ it takes to be a great tennis player. In other words, she has the potential to become world famous.

A. how                    B. what                       C. when                             D. that

28. I just couldn't understand the former mayor _____ the money raised for children in poor areas.

A. taking                  B. to take                     C. being taken              D. to be taken

29. _____ the instructions very carefully when filling in the form.

A. Following             B. To follow                 C. Follow                    D. Followed

30. I went to that fancy restaurant with my wife yesterday, _____ chefs are really brilliant.

A. when                   B. which                      C. who                        D. whose

31. Doctors strongly recommended that my father _____ more exercise regularly instead of sitting still before a computer all day long.

A. takes                   B. take                         C. took                        D. had taken

32. _____ her leg the last time, Brenda decided not to go on the school skiing trip this year.

A. Breaking              B. Broken                    C. To break                  D. Having broken

33. A huge amount of environmental damage has been _____ by the destruction of the rainforests.

A. brought up           B. brought about           C. brought down          D. brought out

34. According to the rules and regulations, all payments _____ be made in cash in the shopping center.

A. shall                    B. can                         C. must                       D. should

35. _____ these experiments were successfully completed would we think of going into humans.

A. If only                 B. So that                    C. Only if                    D. Even if

第二节:完形填空 (20小题;每小题1. 5, 满分30分)

阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并 标在答题卷的相应位置。用答题卡的考生,先把选出的最佳选项标在试卷的相应位置,再转 涂到答题卡上。

I was assigned to take care of this patient a couple of weeks ago and began to grow closer to her. Communicating with her was  36  because everything she wanted to say to me had to be written on a notepad. As a nursing graduate, I was able to  37  her mind by observing even a slight  38  in a patient's facial expression.

One day, when I was checking the patientshe  39  me on the shoulder to show me a note"Do you think I could be let go  40  the hospital in a month to see my niece get married?,,Taking her hand in mine, I told her that I could not  41  herbecause I did not want to leave her a  42  sense of hope.  43I made her believe that I would be there with her every step of the way on her journey toward  44 . Hearing that, the patient gave me a  45  and a hug.

Day by day, I built her  46  by walking around the floor with her. As I did this, I could see before my own eyes that her health was  47  improving and able to walk more steadily. On her last day in hospital, just before her niece’s  48 she wrote me one last note, I couldn’t have done this  49  you; I love you.” After kissing goodbye, I had a strong sense of achievement. I realized that moments like this were  50  I woke up early for  51  in the hospital and spent long hours with her. I truly felt, and her  52  confirmed, that I was an  53 part of this woman’s recovery. My experience with this patient shows me that this career allows me to touch the  54  of people in ways that people in other  55  will never get to experience.

36. A. difficult              B. funny                      C. simple                     D. interesting

37. A. see                    B. know                             C. read                        D. feel

38. A. worry                B. change                    C. pain                        D. excitement

39. A. tapped                B. hit                           C. knocked                  D. struck

40. A. of                      B. to                            C. in                            D. from

41. A. disappoint           B. promise                   C. comfort                   D. trust

42. A. false                  B. strong                     C. right                        D. good

43. A. Therefore           B. Besides                    C However                  D. Furthermore

44. A. death                 B. success                   C. destination               D. recovery

45. A. surprise              B. stare                        C. smile                       D. whistle

46. A. future                B. strength                   C. hope                       D. confidence

47. A. slowly                B. completely               C. rapidly                     D. finally

48. A. presence            B. visit                         C. wedding                  D. presentation

49. A. without              B. behind                     C. except                     D. beside

50. A. what                  B. why                        C. when                             D. how

51. A. work                 B. school                     C. office                             D. exercise

52. A. expression          B. note                        C. feeling                     D. treatment

53. A. irrelevant            B. insignificant             C. instructive                      D. important

54. A. fortunes             B. shoulders                 C. lives                        D. tears

55. A. hospitals             B. areas                       C. lands                       D. fields

第三部分:阅读理解(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(ABCD)中,选出最佳选项,并标在答题卷的相应位置。用答题卡的考生,先把选出的最佳选项标在试卷的相应位置,再转涂到答题卡上。 

A

Ottawa is the capital of Canada. It is the second largest city in Ontario and the fourth largest city in the country.

The Centre Block is the main building on Parliament Hill (国会山). It is also the location of several ceremonial spaces, such as the Hall of Honor and the Memorial Chamber. The present Centre Block is the second iteration of the buildingafter the first was destroyed by fire in 1916and it is one of the most recognizable buildings in Canada.

Downtown Ottawa is the commercial and economic centre of the city. Most of the buildings are office towers. While most of Ottawa’s high tech industry is based elsewhere, it has a significant presence in the downtown core. The downtown also contains a number of apartments, hotels, and the older single family homes and townhouses along its edges.

The National Gallery of Canada is one of Canadas premier art galleries. The Gallery has a large and varied collection of paintings, drawings, sculpture and photographs. Although its focus is on Canadian art, it also holds works by some noted American and European artists.

The Rideau Canal is the oldest continuously operated canal system in North America. At the very beginningthe purpose of the Rideau Canal was military, as it was intended to provide a secure supply and communication route between Montreal and the British naval base in Kingston. It remains in use today primarily for pleasure boating, with most of its original structures remained. The locks on the system open for navigation in mid-May and close in mid-October.

56. What does "iteration" probably mean in the 2nd paragraph? _____.

A. Repair                  B. Design                     C. Copy                       D. Landmark

57. In the core of Downtown Ottawa, we could see _____.

A. a large number of tall towers               B. head offices of Ottawa’ s high tech industry

C. a number of apartments and hotels             D. the older single family homes and townhouses

58. Collections in the National Gallery of Canada are mainly _____.

A. paintings and drawings                             B. sculpture and photographs

C. works by Canadian artists                  D. artwork by Americans and European

59. Which of the following is true about the Rideau Canal? _____.

A. It is the oldest canal system in North America

B. It was originally for the military purpose

C. The original structures remain never changed

D. People can only go boating from May to October

B

My grandma whom we all called Nanny was a solid, first-generation, Italian immigrant. She came to this country with her family on a tiny ship during World War I when she was only 8 years old. During the trip she survived stormy seaslittle food, and an attack by a German U-boat. After getting hereher large family worked hard to build a new life in America. They never had much money but were rich in love.

One daywhen I was about 5 or 6 years old, my parents and brothers went on a trip. It was just me and Nanny in the house for the weekend. Nanny seemed so happy to be taking care of me all by herself. She made me a special breakfast that first morning. However, all I could do was to complain about how the food was not how Mom always made it. Nanny quietly put down the plate and went into the living room. I followed a minute later and saw that she had tears in her eyes. It was the first time I had ever seen my strong and proud grandmother cry and I was the one who had caused it.

I walked over to Nanny, climbed on her lap, and for the first time in my short life I did something else too. I apologized without being told to and asked Nanny to forgive me. She smiled, rubbed my head, and told me I was a good boy even though I didn’t feel like one then.

That memory just like my Nanny’s love will stay in my heart forever. It is a sign of both strength and wisdom. Asking for forgiveness helps us to learn, to grow, and to love.

60. Nannys family immigrated to America mainly because _____.

A. they suffered starvation in their homeland

B. they wanted to start a rich life in the new land

C. they tried to get away from the terrible climate

D. their country was in war and they needed peace

61. The boy complained to Nanny that the food _____.

A. wasn't cooked the way his mom did           B. was served a bit later than usual

C. was prepared in a special way                    D. was just to his parentstaste

62. When seeing Nanny crying in the living room, the author felt _____.

A. surprised              B. ashamed                  C. shocked                  D. annoyed

63. The author mainly wants to tell us that _____.

A. forgiveness can be beneficial to people asking for it

B. hardships can make children more indifferent

C. grandparents are more tolerant than their grandchildren

D. family ties can sometimes be misused

C

It may seem to be a hard task to trace back the history of rap music, though you often see the informal music associated with highly informal dance style. As far as the origin of rap music is concerned, most people agree that it is from Afro-American and Latino Street culture of New York City. Not only in this city but in the surrounding areas there is the influence of African people and their culture.

Rap is a vocal (口头的) style in which the performer speaks rhythmically and in rhyme, generally to a beat. The term of rap music is the same with hip-hop music typically-consisting of a rhythmic vocal style called rap. If we see it carefully, then we will definitely notice that the music usually is sung at higher pitches (). Most of the time rap music is associated with chorus. Though rap music was primarily an American music style with African influence over its music and lyrics, recently it has been spread to almost the entire world.

There is hardly any country or nation where rap music cannot be seen in some form or another, and it is one of the most popular music styles among the youngsters. However, when it comes to its history, it is believed that hip-hop or rap music started in the early 1970sand gained much popularity throughout the world during the late 1970s and early 1980s.

The history of rap music and hip-hop music is full of controversies (争议) and bans, as the lyrics sometimes relate to drugs and crime; even most famous pop stars and hip-hop musicians and singers were found to be associated with the controversies in their life. For that reason, no matter how popular this music style was or still is, it has always had a bad reputation in the eyes of mainstream society.

64. The passage is mainly about _____.

A. when rap music started                                   B. how rap music develops

C. what rap music is like                               D. why rap music is popular

65. The characteristics of rap music are _____.

A. solo, rhymesbeats and pops                   B. speaking, rhythmsbeats and solo

C. repeating, speaking, pops and chorus         D. speaking, rhymes, beats and chorus

66. Rap music is now one of the music styles mostly run after by _____.

A. the teenagers in Africa                              B. all kinds of people in the world

C. the youngsters all over the world                      D. the young people in the US

67. Rap music is often not well thought of by the mainstream because _____.

A. it comes from the lower class                   B. it has a short history

C. it is associated with crimes and drugs               D. its music is full of controversies

D

Children today would rather toy with new technologies. The role of children has changed as well as that of teens. The world has truly evolved (进化)throughout the years.

Todaya typical day in the life of a five year old is entirely different from what it once was. A few decades ago children used to work. They did the kind of work parents do today. Today there are shows on which children are putting pounds of makeup on and have flashing things all over their bodies. This makes a child want to paper over all of their imperfections. They think they have to look perfect all the time.

Teens have changed as well. My grandma got married when she was thirteen. Girls who had an arranged marriage had no time to play because they were expected to cook, cleantake care of the kids, and do housework every single day. Todaywe go to school every morning, maybe participate in some after-school activities, and possibly go to work for extra cash. Then we go home and do homework, and eat. After all of this we have to find the time to socialize by texting, talking on the phone, or logging on to social networking sites. We enjoy ourselves a lot.

The generation before us complains about how they did not have the things we have now. They say we are not appreciative and do not value life or just do not care about our futures anymore. Let's make a change! The youth have the power to work on whatever they believe in and make a difference in the world. Take advantage of your resources. It is never too late to make a positive change in our world.

68. The role of children and teens has changed mainly because _____.

A. new technologies are developing and widely used

B. they don't have to work hard as their parents did

C. their world has truly evolved

D. they look perfect all the time

69. The underlined phrase (in the 2nd Para. ) probably means to _____.

A. put up with          B. make up for             C. put aside                  D. cover up

70. We can learn from the text that nowadays teenagers _____.

A. do housework as their parents did                     B. are having a social life in richer ways

C. are seldom satisfied with what they have     D. don't appreciate and value life

71. The author's attitude towards changes of teen’s life is _____.

A. critical                 B. neutral                     C. optimistic                D. complaining

E

Snow falls in the Earth’s extreme North and South throughout the year. However the heaviest snowfalls have been reported in the mountains of other areas during winter. Snow is even known to fall near the Equator (赤道)but only on the highest mountains.

Snow contains much less water than rain, but much of the water the world uses comes from snow. Melting snow provides water for rivers, electric power stations and agricultural crops. In the western United States, mountain snow provides up to seventy-five percent of all surface water supplies.

Snowfall helps to protect plants and some wild animals from winter weather. Fresh snow is made largely of air trapped among the snow crystals (晶体). Because the air has trouble moving, the movement of heat is limited. Snow also influences the movement of sound waves. The surface of the snow takes in, or absorbs, sound waves. As snow grows older or if there have been strong winds, it can become hard and flat. Then, the snows surface will help to send back sound waves.

Snow may be beautiful, but it can be deadly. It is responsible for the deaths of hundreds of people. Many people die in traffic accidents on roads covered with snow and ice or from being seriously stuck in the winter storm. Others die from heart attacks caused by too much physical activity out in the cold.

People may not be able to avoid living in areas where it snows often. However, they can avoid becoming victims of snowstorms. People should stop driving and stay at home until the storm has passed. People living in these areas should carry emergency supplies in their vehicle. These include foodemergency medical suppliesand extra clothing to stay warm and dry.

72. Mountain snowfall _____.

A. is heavier than that in the South and the North Poles

B. has never occurred near the Equator of the earth

C. brings less of the water the world uses than rain does

D. provides up to seventy—five percent of water supplies worldwide

73. Snow protects plants and wild animals from cold weather by _____.

A. supplying much more air                            B. limiting heat movement

C. absorbing strong winds                              D. sending back sound waves

74. Snow can be deadly mainly because it can _____.

A. cause road accidents                                  B. make people stuck in winter storms

C. lead to heart attacks                                   D. make people victims of snowstorms

75. What will the text probably tell us following the last paragraph? _.

A. How to drive during snowstorms                 B. Where we can get emergency supplies

C. How to prevent heart attacks out in cold             

D. Why we should stay warm and dry in winter

II(非选择题,共35分)

第四部分:写作(共两节,满分35分)

第一节任务型读写 (10小题;每小题1,满分10)

阅读下面短文,根据所读内容在表格中的空白处填入恰当的单词。

注意:每个空格只填一个单词。

True friends are rare to come by these days. Even if you believe you’ve connected with someone, how do you really know he is a true friend? And often you will find that someone who you thought you could trust may have let you down. There are ways you can know if a friendship is true and how you can hold onto that friend.

A true friend is someone who will be there for you no matter what happens. Through good times and bad timesthey will stand by you. They will accept you for who you are without trying to change youand they will be there to help you grow in new ways.

Trust is another important aspect. A true friend will keep your secrets. They will be honest and be someone you can depend on. They will listen and be someone you know you can talk things over witheven if they may not have advice to share with you.

Friendship is a two-way street though. To find true friends and keep them, you must in turn be the same as well. Be there for them in their hard times and share the good times with them. Be someone your friends can depend on as well and offer them the same things they give to you. A friendship will fall apart fast if only one person is giving and putting all the effort in. If you are the only one making an effort, be honest.

There will be barriers in the road but that is the test of true friendship. If it can survive those barriersit will be stronger and better than ever. St Thomas Aquinas said, There is nothing on this earth more prized than friendship" and it holds true.

How to find a true friend?

The writer’s (76) ____ on friends nowadays

True friends (77) ____ come by nowadays.

Those who you regarded as your friends may make you (78) ____.

Characteristics of true friendship

A true friend will (79) ____ you whatever happens.

A true friend will keep your secrets and be a good (80) ____.

Ways to ( 81 ) ____ friendship

Stay with your friends when they are in (82) ____.

Be someone who your friends can (83) ____.

(84) ____ is the key to keep a friendship if you are the only one making efforts.

Conclusion

True friendship can stand up to various (85) ____ and grow stronger and better.

第二节 书面表达 (满分25分)

20121111,中国作家莫言获得2012年诺贝尔文学奖。请根据表格中所提供的信息,写一篇介绍莫言的英语短文:

注意:1.词数:120词左右,短文的开头已给出,不计入总词数;

2.可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。

 

管谟业

  

  

  

  

 

 

出生年月

1955. 2. 17

  

作家/教师

    

1986年毕业于人民解放军艺术学院People's Liberation Army Art School

1991年毕业于北京师范大学Beijing Normal University,获文学艺术硕士学位

代表作和发表时间

《春夜雨霏霏》Falling Rain on a Spring Night (1981)

《透明的红萝卜》A Transparent Radish (1984)

《红高粱家族》Red Sorghum Class (1986)

《蛙》(2011)

主要获奖及时间

2011年获茅盾文学奖

2012年获诺贝尔文学奖

被改编成电影的主要作品

《红高粱》(1987)

《幸福时光》(2000)

             

 

On 11 October 2012, the Swedish Academy announced that Mo Yan had received the Nobel Prize in Literature. _______________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

英语试题参考答案及评分标准

第一部分 听力 (共两节,满分30分)

1—5 BBCAC  6—10 CABCA  11—15 AABBC  16—20 CABBC

第二部分 英语知识运用 (共两节,满分45分)

第一节:单项填空(15小题; 每小题1; 满分15分)

2125 ACADB  2630 BBACD  3135 BDBAC

第二节:完形填空 (20小题;每小题1. 5分,满分30)

3640 ACBAD  4145 BACDC  4650 BACAB   5155 ABDCD

第三部分阅读理解(共铷小题;每小题2,满分40}

5659 CBCB  60—63 DABA     64—67 BDCC     68—71 ADBC  72—75 ABDC

第四部分写作(共两节,满分35分)

第一节:任务型读写(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)

76. opinions/views/viewpoints      77. rarely/seldom/hardly/infrequently

78. disappointed 79. support  80. listener  81.   keep/hold/maintain

82. trouble/difficulty/hardship/misfortune/need    83. trust  84. Honesty

85. tests / barriers

 

第二节:书面表达(满分25)

One possible version

On 11 October 2012, the Swedish Academy announced that Mo Yan had received the Nobel Prize in Literature.

Guan Moye was born in Shandong Province on 17 February 1955, China by the pen name Mo Yan. He is a Chinese teacher, novelist and short story writer.

His first novelFalling Rain on a Spring Night, was published in 1981. He released his notable novel Red Sorghum Class in 1986.

Mo Yan graduated from People's Liberation Army Art School in 1986. In 1991 he obtained a master's degree in Literature from Beijing Normal University.

Mo Yan has published dozens of novels in Chinese. Two of his notable works are A Transparent Radish (1984), and Frog (2011). Several of Mo Yan's works have been adapted for film, such as Red Sorghum and Happy Times.

Besides the Nobel Prize in literature, Mo Yan also won Mo Dun Literature Prize in 2011.

编辑:葛平
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