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湖南省衡阳市八中 2013 届高三第三次教育质量检测试题
总分:150 分 时量:120 分钟 本试卷分为四个部分,包括听力、语言知识运用、阅读理解和书面表达。 PART ONE LISTENING COMPREHENSION (30’) SECTION A (22.5’) Directions: In this section, you’ll hear 6 conversations between 2 speakers. For each conversation, there are several questions and each question is followed by 3 choices. Listen to the conversations carefully and then answer the questions by marking the corresponding letter(A,B or C) on the question booklet. You’ll hear each conversation TWICE. Conversation 1 1. How does the woman feel at night? A. Tired. B. Sleepy. C. Clear-headed. 2. What does the man advise the woman to do? A. Do some exercise. B. Have dinner on time. C. Work hard for her exams. Conversation 2 3. What did the woman buy a month ago? A. A purse. B. A ring. C. A necklace. 4. How much does the shorter necklace cost? A. $260. B. $216. C. $199. Conversation 3 5. What does the woman use to make long distance calls? A. A calling card. B. Her home phone. C. Public telephones. 6. How many numbers does the woman have to dial to make a long distance call? A. 17. B. 19. C. 27 Conversation 4 7. What is wrong with the woman? A. She has a bad headache. B. She catches a slight cold. C. She gets a slight fever. 8. What does the man want to borrow from the woman? A. Some glasses. B. Some sugar. C. Some cups. 9. Where will the man go first? A. To the woman’s. B.To Bob’s. C. To Mary’s. Conversation 5 10. Why does the man want to make an appointment with Dr. Allen? A. To find a part-time job there. B. To have one tooth pulled out. C. To have his teeth cleaned and checked. 11. Who advised the man to see Dr. Allen? A. His former dentist. B. His friend. C. His mother. 12. When do the speakers make the appointment at last? A. On Sunday, the 23rd. B. On Saturday, the 23rd. C. On Saturday, the 22nd. Conversation 6 13. What has the man done so far? A. He has taken many pictures. B. He has visited downtown. C. He has bought a lot of things. 14. When does the woman tell the man to turn left? A. When he reaches Jackson Street. B. When he sees 5th Avenue. C. When he goes 3 miles. 15. What do we know about the woman? A. She is a native. B. She is on vacation. C. She lives 10 blocks away. SECTION B (7.5’) Directions: in this section, you’ll hear a mini-talk. Listen carefully and then fill in the numbered blanks with the information you’ve got. Fill in each blank with NO MORE THAN 3 WORDS.
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Improvement ● Private cars are going to have to be excluded from many central areas. ● People will have to use the various forms of public transport. ● Facilities for crossing walks are gradually 18 . ● Many towns and cities now have streets for shopping which are used only by people on foot.

You’ll hear the mini-talk TWICE.

Britain’s Traffic
● The problem is becoming increasingly serious from not only 16 , but also parking. ● 17 for new roads and parking places is not easy to find in the over-developed city center.

In the center of the cities


● Train services are 19 . ● Bus services are fewer and fewer.

There is now a strong case for 20 new bus services.

PART TWO LANGUAGE KNOWLEDGE (45’) SECTION A (15’) Directions: Beneath each of the following sentences there are four choices marked A,B ,C and D. Choose the one answer that best completes the sentence. 21. Helping others is a habit, ________ you can learn even at an early age. A. it B. that C. what D. one 22. The Hengxin Square is located in ____________ used to be our canteen. A. what B. where C. which D. the place 23. Mr. Black is very happy because the clothes made in his factory have never been _________. A. popular B. more popular C. most popular D. the most popular 24. He is writing a novel, so he shuts himself up, ________ to receive guests. A. refuses B. to refuse C. refusing D. refused 25. Only when I read the Frog by Moyan a second time _________ to appreciate his magic realism. A. did I begin B. I began C. had I begun D. I have begun 26. The discovery of gold in Australia led thousands to believe that a fortune __________. A. is made B. would make C. was to be made D. had make 27. Because of the Mid-autumn Day happening to come along, we have just enjoyed a longer National Day vacation than ever before, but it is estimated that it will be 38 years ___________ we can experience such a coincidence again. A. that B. before C. since D. when 28. I have told you the truth. ________ I keep repeating it? A. Must B. Can C. May D. Will 29. The girl arranged to have piano lessons at the training center with her sister ________ she would stay for an hour. A. where B. who C. which D. what 30. Bob would have helped us yesterday, but he ____________. A. is busy B. had been busy C. has been busy D. was busy 31. The fact has worried the people across the world ___________ the earth is becoming warmer and warmer these years. A. what B. which C. that D. where 32. The international agreement, __________to help people kick off the habit of smoking, was signed two years ago. A. intended B. intending C. intends D. to intend 33. Peter was so excited _________ he received an invitation from his friend to visit Chongqing.
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A. where B. that C. why D. when 34. Being exposed to loud music too much ________ caused hearing loss in some teenagers. A. is B. has C. are D. have 35. __________ everything a shot because you never know what is going to change your life. A. Giving B. To give C. Give D. Given SECTION B (18’) Directions: For each blank in the following passage there are four words or phrases marked A. B. C. and D. Fill in each blank with the word or phrase that best fits the context. I was blind, but I was ashamed of it if it was known. I refused to use a white stick and 36 asking for help. After all, I was a teenage girl, and I couldn’t bear people to look at me and think I was not 37 them. I must have been a terrible danger on the roads. Coming across me wandering through the traffic, motorists probably would have to step 38 on their brakes. Apart from that, there were all sorts of disasters that used to occur on the way to and from work. One evening, I got off the bus about halfway home where I had to change buses, and as usual I 39 something. “I’m awfully sorry,” I said and stepped forward only to run into it again. When it happened a third time, I realized I had been 40 to a lamppost. This was just one of the 41 things that constantly happened to me. So I carried on and found the bus stop, which was a request stop, where the bus wouldn’t stop 42 passengers wanted to get on or off. No one else was there and I had to try to guess if the bus had arrived. Generally in this situation, because I hated 43 I was blind by asking for help, I tried to guess at the sound. Sometimes I would 44 a big lorry and stand there feeling stupid as it drew away. In the end, I usually managed to 45 my pride and ask someone at the stop for help. 46 on this particular evening no one joined me at the stop; it seemed that everyone had suddenly decided not to travel by bus. Of course I heard plenty of buses pass, or I thought I did. But because I had given up stopping them 47 making a fool of myself. I let them all go by. I stood there alone for half an hour without stopping one. Then I gave up. I decided to walk on to the next stop. 36. A. tended B. liked C. hated D. objected 37. A. like B. against C. at D. for 38. A. bravely B. rapidly C. slowly D. cautiously 39. A. came into B. ran into C. got into D. turned into 40. A. saying B. talking C. apologizing D. arguing 41. A. unexpected B. arbitrary C. objective D. stupid 42. A. if B. when C. unless D. as long as 43. A. showing B. accepting C. representing D. understanding 44. A. plan B. stop C. get on D. ask for 45. A. reveal B. substitute C. submit D. swallow 46. A. But B. So C. For D. While 47. A. in spite of B. for fear of C. instead of D. in terms of SECTION C (12’) Directions: Complete the following passage by filling in each blank with one word that fits the context. If we agree that the function of education is to prepare us for life, then there is very little time to waste. So, while we can, we ought to concentrate 48. ________ teaching children something really useful. Politeness is a mark of civilization. 49. _________ sooner children learn this, the better. In any case, a lot can be accomplished by a smile and good manners. Like it or not, our adult lives will be consumed by the struggle for money, but we don’t make an effort to teach children 50. __________ to mange it. So our schools have a duty to teach them this ability from the beginning. Children should learn to take care 51. ________their health. They should know that 52. ________they eat junk food, they will become fat and unhealthy. They should be very clear about 53._________ will happen to their bodies when they smoke or drink. All of 54___________ are part of society. We have rights and responsibilities. We have to know a little bit of our history and geography, because we need to have an environment in which to relate to the people around us. Our school should spend every moment they have telling this to our children: “This is life, this is what you are going to face,55 ________ this is how you deal with it. PART THREE READING COMPREHENSION (30’)
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Directions: Read the following three passages. Each passage is followed by several questions or unfinished statements. For each of them there are four choices marked A.B.C and D. Choose the one that fits best according to the information given in the passage. A “It's really cool to have a dad who flies fighter jets,”thought 11-year-old Casey as she was watching him fly overhead. Living on an Air Force base was not as bad as some people might think. Casey rather enjoyed being around friends who had something in common with each other. They had their own school, bowling area, and movie theatre. She especially loved it when her dad would come home each day and greet her with a new joke and tickles. Today was different, though. When her dad walked into the room, he looked sad for some reason. He just kissed her on the forehead and told her mum that he needed to talk to her. Casey knew something was wrong. When her mum and dad came out of the other room, mum was crying. Dad sat down and began to explain that he has been called to go to Iraq to help with the war effort. Casey was so surprised that she couldn't speak for a moment. She began to feel tears in her eyes. How could she live without her dad for a whole year? Soon, the day came. Her dad was leaving. As Casey and her mom watched him climb up the steps to his cockpit, the tears began to flow and it felt like they would never end. It was hard for Casey to believe that she wouldn't be seeing her dad for so long. They depended on him for so many things. Who would fix the broken window? Who would greet her with jokes and tickles at the end of the day? And then the thought hit her, “ What if he doesn’t make it home?” Casey began to sob more than ever. 56. According to the story, one thing Casey enjoyed on the base was that ___________. A. there was a friendly girl of her age living next door B. she could travel around in her father’s jet C. her friends had something in common with her D. her dad was going to fight abroad 57. Casey knew something was wrong from all the following EXCERT___________. A. her dad’s sad look B. her dad’s joke C. her dad’s simple kissing D. her parents’ talking without her 58. What does the underlined word “they” in the last paragraph refer to? A. Wars. B. Days. C. Difficulties D. Tears 59. What can we know from the story? A. Casey’s dad volunteered to help with the war. B. Casey’s parents didn’t let her know the truth. C. Casey’s dad amused her in the morning usually. D. Children living on the base could see movies in their theater. 60. What is the main idea of the last paragraph? A. Casey was worried that hey couldn’t live without her father. B. Casey saw her father off at the airport. C. Casey’s dad looked sad. D. Casey’s father left home. B Irene’s Thai For Reservations Call 62473579 12.24 Christmas Eve Dinner 198 RMB per person including coffee and tea. Each guest invited to select a special surprise from our Xmas Tree. 12.25 Special Christmas Thai buffet brunch from 11 am to 4 pm. Includes soft drinks, coffee & tea. 98 RMB per person. 12.31 New Year Buffet Dinner 200 RMB per person. You can eat with exotic Thai Dancing. Show times at 8 pm & 9 pm. Monday & Friday, you can eat AlaCarte Menu. 150 RMB, including soft drinks & draught beer. Book now for your Christmas Party The Place: Club Pegasus
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The Party: New Year’s Eve!!! The Price: 100 RMB Open Bar!!! 8:00 pm — 1:00 am The Reason: Great Music, Beautiful People, Life, Love, Fun, Excitement!!! Merry Christmas from the crew at Pegasus 50 RMB Entrance includes two complimentary (赠送的) drinks. Champagne Toast at Midnight If ever there was a time to enjoy oneself, that time is now!!! 61. The best way to make a reservation at Irene’s is by ______. A. phone B. e-mail C. fax D. post 62. The Thai buffet brunch costs per person ______. A. 98 RMB B.198 RMB C. 200 RMB D. 150 RMB 63. Which of the following is NOT a reason to go to Pegasus? A. The music. B. The excitement. C. The price . D. The people. 64. 50 RMB on Christmas at Pegasus will get you ______. A. a meal B. a meal and drinks C. an entrance ticket D. an entrance ticket and 2 free drinks 65. You can probably find the passage from ____________. A. a science fiction B. a newspaper C. a review D. a survey C It can greet people, show DVDs and hand out balloons. “Ubiko”, a robot-on –wheels with a catlike face, is joining the crew of temporary workers supplied by a Japanese job-referral company, Ubiquitous Exchange, to stores, events and even weddings. Next month, the 44-inch tall robot will be selling mobile phones at a store. Ubiko can be hired as a temporary worker for two hours for 105,000 yen, or $890. “We see this as serious business. There are jobs that robots are better at,” Akiko Sakurai said “people do develop a relation with the robot, and it’s lovable.” The $255,000 robot, which is equipped with a camera and sensors, greets customers with a nasal electronic voice, shows DVDs with a projector in its head and hands out balloons and other goods with wireless remote-controllable arms. Ubiko sounds like a Japanese female name, which often ends with “ko”. Tmsuk, the Japanese company that makes the robot, sold three last month to hospital, where they are working as full-time, rather than temporary, receptionists and guides. One of the hospital’s robots serves as a receptionist and has been programmed to greet visitors. It also has a touch-panel(控制板) on its body, and visitors can use it to get directions for where they want to go. “Just give it electricity, and a robot can work for long hours, even do repetitive work, and you don’t have to worry about labor laws,” Sudo said. Japan’s lower birth rate means that in the coming years it could face a labor shortage, and some experts believe robots could be part of the key to that problem. Robots are very popular in Japan partly because of the popularity of cartoons that describe robots as friends and assistants to humans. 66. The news report is mainly to _________________. A. give praise to advanced robots in Japan B. introduce the development of robots in Japan C. tell readers the advantage of the robots in Japan D. introduce a newly-developed robot in Japan 67. We can learn from the passage that ____________. A. the price of Ubiko is $890 B. the purpose for a store to buy the robot is to greet customers C. Ubiko can work for long hours without using energy D. three robots have been sold to a hospital 68. Which of the following can be inferred about Ubiko according to the passage? A. It sounds beautiful, like a girl’s voice. B. It is named after a Japanese girl. C. It will have a wider market.
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D. It was designed for hospitals. 69. Which of the following makes robots more popular in Japan? A. The low price of robots. B. The interesting shapes of robots. C. The function of showing DVDs and handing out balloons. D. Cartoon’s showing good relationship between robots and humans. 70. Which of the following about Ubiko is NOT true? A. It has a face of female. B. There is a projector in its head. C. It is equipped with a camera and sensors. D. It has wireless remote-controllable arms. PART FOUR WRITING (45’) SECTION A (10’) Directions: Read the following passage. Complete the diagram by using the information from the passage. Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer. Experiencing bad dreams every night can be horrifying for anybody. Bad dreams can disturb the sleep and make a person feel stressed throughout the next day. That’s why one should take steps to stop them as soon as they become an everyday occurrence. Before knowing how to get rid of bad dreams, we need to understand what can result in them. Researches have shown that when a person is under some sort of physical or mental stress, he is more likely to get bad dreams and disturbed sleep. So, to stop bad dreams, it’s necessary to find out the causes of physical and mental stress in your life and remove these. For instance, if you’re overworked, learn to take things slow. Don’t be ambitious to the point that it starts affecting your health. Besides, some trauma(损伤) that a person might have experienced recently or in the past which they’re unable to get over can make the person suffer from bad dreams. Death of a very close family member is often seen to be the reason behind recurrent nightmares. In such a case, taking therapy and dealing with the trauma is the only solution to stop bad dreams. Eating fatty and high-protein foods in dinner is also known to cause bad dreams in some people. So, bad dreams occurring because of these reasons can be stopped if the diet is changed. Taking a light dinner of soups and salad is the best, both for the health and for stopping disturbed sleep in some cases. Besides these, there are many other things a person can do to have a good night’s sleep. For example, your bedroom should be the most comfortable place in the world. So, get rid of all electronic gadgets including television. In addition, if you have negative thoughts, it can have side effects on the kind of dreams you have. So, from now on try to be a happy and positive person.

Title: Bad Dreams

SECTION B (10’) Directions: Read the following passage. Answer the questions according to the information given in the passage and the required words limit. Write your answers on your answer sheet. Scientists have been studying the reasons why some people don't like the taste of certain vegetables. They found that people inherit(遗传)some genes from their parents that cause them to like or dislike certain
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vegetables. In their research about tastes, scientists found that there are three types of people in the world. First, there are non-tasters, who are not very sensitive to sweet-tasting foods or bitter-tasting foods. The people of the second type are just called tasters, and those of the third are super tasters who are very sensitive to sweet and bitter flavors. Children of the third type, who are super-tasters, will probably not like vegetables such as broccoli and Brussels sprout because of their bitter taste. This is unfortunate, because super-tasters might avoid eating foods that are important for their health. The scientists said that thousands of years ago. On the other hand, super tasters actually had an advantage over other types of people. At that time, super-tasters could avoid eating bitter-tasting poisonous plants which other types of people would eat. From this research about tastes, we learn some interesting things about super-tasters. For one thing, super-tasters have more taste buds(味蕾)on their tongues. And, to super-tasters bitters foods taste very bitter, and sweet foods taste very sweet. Super-tasters might also not like spicy food made with chili pepper, because it would be too hot for them. Furthermore, female supper-tasters probably won't be very fat, but they do seem to enjoy cooking more than other types of people. 81. Find in the passage a word closest in meaning to the underlined word "spicy". _______________________________________________________________. 82. What do scientists call those people who are not very sensitive to sweet-tasting or bitter-tasting foods? (回 答词数不超过 2 个) _____________________________________________________________. 83. According to the scientists, why don't some people like the taste of certain vegetables? (回答词数不超过 9 个) _____________________________________________________________. 84. What would prevent a super-taster from eating food important for their health? (回答词数不超过 8 个) _____________________________________________________________. SECTION C (25’) Directions: Write an English composition according to the instructions given below in Chinese. 目前,有些高中学生在校谈恋爱。请写一篇 120 词左右的短文,内容应包括学生和家长、老师的意见 看法,并简要陈述你自己的观点。 开头已给: It is not difficult to notice the phenomenon that some students fall in love at high school. Should a student have a lover at an early age?

湖南省衡阳市八中 2013 届高三第三次教育质量检测试题 英语参 考 答 案
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48. on 阅读理解 56—60 CBDDB 阅读填空

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简答题 81. Hot 82. Non-tasters. 83. Because they inherit some genes from their parents. 84. Being very sensitive to( bitter) flavors. 【参考范文】 It is not difficult to notice the phenomenon that some students fall in love at high school. Should a student have a lover at an early age? This topic has been discussed for many years. Although most of the students disapprove of having a boyfriend or a girlfriend at high school, they still hold a different view from their parents’ and teachers’. The students argue that parents and teachers should care more for them and not blame them because criticism makes things worse. However , parents and teachers believe that love at school will definitely have a bad effect on study since love prevents students focusing on their studies. Therefore, when noting young lovers , parents and teachers will always criticize the lovers and tell them only the disadvantages of falling in love. As far as I am concerned, adults should explain the importance of learning to the teenagers so that the young can realise their duty as students. Then, I suppose, the seed of love can be kept in mind and become a beautiful memory.

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