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2013 全国及各地高考英语试题全汇编(word 版) 目 录

1.2013 年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试英语(课标卷 I) 2.2013 年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试英语(课标卷 II) 3. 2013 年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试英语(大纲卷) 4. 2013 年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试英语(北京卷) 5. 2013 年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试英语(天津卷) 6.2013 年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试英语(上海卷) 7. 2013 年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试英语(重庆卷) 8. 2013 年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试英语(安徽卷) 9. 2013 年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试英语(福建卷) 10. 2013 年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试英语(广东卷) 11. 2013 年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试英语(湖北卷) 12. 2013 年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试英语(湖南卷) 13. 2013 年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试英语(江苏卷) 14. 2013 年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试英语(江西卷) 15. 2013 年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试英语(辽宁卷) 16. 2013 年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试英语(山东卷) 17. 2013 年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试英语(陕西卷) 18. 2013 年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试英语(四川卷) 19. 2013 年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试英语(浙江卷) 20. 2013 年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试英语(海南卷)

1.2013 年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试英语(课标卷 I)
注意事项: 1.本试卷分第 I 卷(选择题)和第 II 卷(非选择题)两部分。第 I 卷 1 至 13 页,第 II 卷 14 至 16 页。 2.答题前,考生务必将自己的姓名、准考证号填写在本试卷相应的位置。 3.全部答案在答题卡上完成,答在本试卷上无效。 4.第 I 卷听力部分满分 30 分,不计入总分,考试成绩录取时提供给高校作参考。 5.考试结束后,将本试卷和答题卡一并交回。

第I卷
第一部分 听力(共两节,满分 30 分) 做题时,先将答案标在试卷上。录音内容结束后,你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的答案转涂到答题卡 上。 第一节(共 5 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 7.5 分) 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标 在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后,你都有 10 称钟的时间来回答有关小题如阅读下一小题。每段对话 仅读一遍。 例:How much is the shirt? A. £19.15. 答案是 C。 1. What does the man want to do? A. Take photos. B. Buy a camera. C. Help the woman. B. £9.18. C. £9.15.

2. What are the speakers talking about> A. A noisy night. 3. Where is the man now? A. On his way. 4. What will Celia do? A. Find a player. B. Watch a game. C. Play basketball. B. In a restaurant. C. At home B. Their life in town. C. A place of living.

5. What day is it when the conversation takes place? A. Saturday. B. Sunday. C. Monday.

第二节(共 15 小题:每小题 1.5 分,满分 22.5 分) 听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最 佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各个小题,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 6、7 题。 6. What is Sara going to do? A. Buy John a gift. B. Give John a surprise. C. Invite John to France.

7. What does the man think of Sara‘s plan? A. Funny. B. Exciting. C. Strange.

听第 7 段材料,回答第 8、9 题。 8. Why does Diana say sorry to peter? A. She has to give up her travel pan. B. She wants to visit another city. C. She needs to put off her test. 9. What does Diana want Peter to do? A. Help her with her study. B. Take a book to her friend. C. Teach a geography lesson. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 10 至 12 题。 10. Why does the man call the woman? A. To tell her about her new job. B. To ask about her job program. C. To plan a meeting with her. 11. Who needs a new flat? A. Alex. 12. Where is the woman now? A. In Baltimore. B. In New York. C. In Avon. B. Andrea. C. Miranda.

听第 9 段材料,回答第 13 至 16 题。

13. What does Jan consider most important when he judges a restaurant? A. Where the restaurant is. B. Whether the prices are low. C. How well the food is prepared. 14. When did Jan begin to write for a magazine? A. After he came back to Sweden. B. Before he went to the United States. C. As soon as he got his first job in 1982. 15. What may Jan do to find a good restaurant? A. Talk to people in the street. B. Speak to taxi drivers. C. Ask hotel clerks. 16. What do we know about Jan? A. He cooks for a restaurant. B. He travels a lot of his work. C. He prefers American food. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 17 至 20 题 17. What do we know about the Plaza Leon? A. it‘s new building. B. it‘s a small town. C. it‘s public place.

18. When do parents and children like going to the Plaza Leon? A. Saturday nights. B. Sunday afternoons. C. Fridays and Saturdays.

19. Which street is known for its food shops and markets? A. Via del Mar Street. B. Fernando Street. C. Hernandes Street.

20. Why does the speaker like Horatio Street best? A. It has an old stone surface. B. it is named after a writer. C. It is a famous university. 第二部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分 55 分)

第一节 单项填空(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 21.—Why, this is nothing but common vegetable soup! — , madam. It‘s our soup of the day. B. So it is C. Don‘t mention it D. Neither do I

A. Let me see

22. They might just have a place _____ on the writing course — why don‘t you give it a try? A. leave B. left C. leaving D. to leave

23. Try not to cough more than you can ___ since it may cause problems to your lungs. A. check B. allow C. stop D. help

24. If we ____ now to protect the environment, we‘ll live to regret it. A. hadn‘t acted B. haven‘t acted C. don‘t act D. won‘t act

25. Tony can hardly boil an egg, still ____ cook dinner. A. less B. little C. much D. more

26. Police have found ____ appears to be the lost ancient statue. A. which B. where C. how D. what

27. When I first met Bryan I didn‘t like him, but I ____ my mind. A. have changed B. change C. had changed D. would change

28. The driver wanted to park his car near the roadside but was asked by the police ____. A. not to do B. not to C. not do D. do not

29. The door _____ open, no matter how hard she pushed. A. shouldn‘t B. couldn‘t C. wouldn‘t D. mightn‘t

30. At the last moment, Tom decided to _____ a new character to make the story seem more likely. A. put up B. put in C. put on D. put off

31. India attained ____ independence in 1947, after _____ long struggle. A. 不填; a B. the; a C. an; 不填 D. an; the

32. There‘s no way of knowing why one man makes an important discovery _____ another man, also intelligent, fails. A. since B. if C. as D. while

33. ―You can‘t judge a book by its cover,‖ ______.

A. as the saying goes old C. as the old saying goes

B. goes as the old saying D. goes as old the saying

34. It was a real race ____ time to get the project done. Luckily, we made it. A. over B. by C. for D. against

35. The sunlight is white and blinding, ____ hard-edged shadows on the ground. A. throwing B. being thrown C. to throw D. to be thrown

第二节 完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 40 分) 阅读下列短文,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。 I went to a group activity, ―Sensitivity Sunday‖, which was to make us more disabled people. We were asked to ― 37 36 the problems faced by 38 , chose

a disability‖ for several hours one Sunday. Some members,

to use wheelchairs. Others wore sound-blocking earplugs(耳塞)or blindfolds(眼罩). Just sitting in the wheelchair was a 39 experience. I had never considered before how 40 it would be 42 . Then I

to use one. As soon as I sat down, my 41

made the chair begin to roll. Its wheels were not

wondered where to put my 43 . It took me quite a while to get the metal footrest into uneasy look at what was to be my only means of wheelchair‖ is not a temporary(临时的) 46 . I tried to find a 47 position and thought it might be restful, 48

44 . I took my first

45 for several hours. For disabled people, ―adopting a

kind of nice, to be

49

around for a 51 the 53

while. Looking around, I 50 I would have to handle the thing myself? My hands started to ache as I heavy metal wheels. I came to know that controlling the task.

52 of the wheelchair was not going to be a(n)

My wheelchair experiment was soon 54 . It made a deep impression on me. A few hours of ―disability‖ gave me only a taste of the 36. A. curious about 37. A. cure 38. A. instead 39. A. learning 40. A. convenient 55 , both physical and mental, that disabled people must overcome. C. aware of C. adopt C. as usual C. satisfying C. boring D. careful with D. analyze D. like me D. relaxing D. exciting

B. interested in B. prevent B. strangely B. working B. awkward

41. A. height 42. A. locked 43. A. hands 44. A. place 45. A. operation 46. A. exploration 47. A. flexible 48. A. yet 49. A. shown 50. A. realized 51. A. lifted 52. A. path 53. A. easy 54. A. forgotten 55. A. weaknesses

B. force B. repaired B. feet B. action B. communication B. education B. safe B. just B. pushed B. suggested B. turned B. position B. heavy B. repeated B. challenges

C. skill C. powered C. keys C. play C. transportation C. experiment C. starting C. still C. driven C. agreed C. pressed C. direction C. major C. conducted C. anxieties

D. weight D. grasped D. handles D. effect D. production D. entertainment D. comfortable D. even D. guided D. admitted D. seized D. way D. extra D. finished D. illnesses

第三部分 阅读理解(共两节,满分 60 分) 第一节 (共 15 小题;每小题 3 分,满分 45 分) A Some people will do just about anything to save money. And I am one of them. Take my family‘s last vacation. It was my six-year-old son‘s winter break form school, and we were heading home from Fort Lauderdale after a weeklong trip. The flight was overbooked, and Delta, the airline, offered us $400 per person in credits to give up our seats and leave the next day. I had meetings in New York,So I had to get back. But that didn't mean my husband and my son couldn't stay. I took my nine-month-old and took off for home. The next day, my husband and son were offered more credits to take an even later flight. Yes, I encouraged—okay, ordered—them to wait it out at the airport, to "earn" more Delta Dollars. Our total take: $1,600. Not bad, huh? Now some people may think I'm a bad mother and not such a great wife either. But as a big-time bargain hunter, I know the value of a dollar. And these days, a good deal is something few of us can afford to pass up.

I've made living looking for the best deals and exposing(揭露)the worst tricks. I have been the consumer reporter of NBC's Today show for over a decade. I have written a couple of books including one titled Tricks of the Trade: A Consumer Survival Guide. And I really do what I believe in. I tell you this because there is no shame in getting your money‘s worth. I‘m also tightfisted when it comes to shoes, clothes for my children, and expensive restaurants. But I wouldn't hesitate to spend on a good haircut. It keeps its shape longer, and it's the first thing people notice. And I will also spend on a classic piece of furniture. Quality lasts. 56. Why did Delta give the author's family credits? A. They took a later flight. C. Their flight had been delayed. 57. What can we learn about the author? A. She rarely misses a good deal. C. She is very strict with her children. 58. What does the author do? A. She's a teacher. C. She's a media person. 59. What does the author want to tell us? A. How to expose bad tricks. C. How to spend money wisely. B. How to reserve airline seats. D. How to make a business deal. B They baby is just one day old and has not yet left hospital. She is quiet but alert(警觉). Twenty centimeters from her face researchers have placed a white card with two black spots on it. She stares at it carefully. A researcher removes the card and replaces it by another, this time with the spots differently spaced. As the cards change from one to the other, her gaze(凝视)starts to lose its focus — until a third, with three black spots, is presented. Her gaze returns: she looks at it for twice as long as she did at the previous card. Can she tell that the number two is different from three, just 24 hours after coming into the world? Or do newborns simply prefer more to fewer? The same experiment, but with three spots shown before two, shows the same return of interest when the number of spots changes. Perhaps it is just the newness? When slightly B. She's a housewife. D. She's a businesswoman. B. She seldom makes a compromise. D. She is interested in cheap products. B. They had early bookings. D. Their flight had been cancelled.

older babies were shown cards with pictures of objects (a comb, a key, an orange and so on), changing the number of objects had an effect separate from changing the objects themselves. Could it be the pattern that two things make, as opposed to three? No again. Babies paid more attention to squares moving randomly on a screen when their number changed from two to three, or three to two. The effect even crosses between senses. Babies who were repeatedly shown two spots became more excited when they then heard three drumbeats than when they heard just two; likewise(同样地)when the researchers started with drumbeats and moved to spots. 60. The experiment described in Paragraph 1 is related to the baby‘s______. A. sense of hearing B. sense of sight C. sense of touch D. sense of smell

61. Babies are sensitive to the change in______. A. the size of cards C. the shape of patterns B. the colour of pictures D. the number of objects

62. Why did the researchers test the babies with drumbeats? A. To reduce the difficulty of the experiment. C. To carry their experiment further. 63. Where does this text probably come from? A. Science fiction. B. Children‘s literature. C. An advertisement. C It happened to me recently. I was telling someone how much I had enjoyed reading Barack Obama‘s Dreams From My Father and how it had changed my views of our President. A friend I was talking to agreed with me that it was, in his words, ―a brilliantly (精彩地) written book‖. However, he then went on to talk about Mr. Obama in a way which suggested he had no idea of his background at all. I sensed that I was talking to a book liar. And it seems that my friend is not the only one. Approximately two thirds of people have lied about reading a book which they haven‘t. In the World Book Day‘s ―Report on Guilty Secrets‖, Dreams From My Father is at number 9. The report lists ten books, and various authors, which people have lied about reading, and as I‘m not one to lie too often (I‘d hate to be caught out), I‘ll admit here and now that I haven‘t read the entire top ten. But I am pleased to say that, unlike 42 percent of people, I have read the book at number one, George Orwell‘s 1984. I think it‘s really brilliant. The World Book Day report also has some other interesting information in it. It says that many people lie D. A science report. B. To see how babies recognize sounds. D. To keep the babies‘ interest.

about having read Jane Austen, Charles Dickens, Fyodor Dostoevsky (I haven‘t read him, but haven‘t lied about it either) and Herman Melville. Asked why they lied, the most common reason was to ―impress‖ someone they were speaking to. This could be tricky if the conversation became more in–depth! But when asked which authors they actually enjoy, people named J. K. Rowling, John Grisham, Sophie Kinsella (ah, the big sellers, in other words). Forty-two percent of people asked admitted they turned to the back of the book to read the end before finishing the story (I‘ll come clean: I do this and am astonished that 58 percent said they had never done so). 64. How did the author find his friend a book liar? A. By judging his manner of speaking. C. By mentioning a famous name. B. By looking into his background. D. By discussing the book itself.

65. Which of the following is a ―guilty secret‖ according to the World Book Day report? A. Charles Dickens is very low on the top-ten list. C. The author admitted having read 9 books. 66. By lying about reading, a person hopes to A. control the conversation C. learn about the book 67. What is the author‘s attitude to 58% of readers? A. Favorable. B. Uncaring C. Doubtful D D. Friendly . B. appear knowledgeable D. make more friends B. 42% of people pretended to have read 1984. D. Dreams From My Father is hardly read.

The National Gallery
Description: The National Gallery is the British national art museum built on the north side of Trafalgar Square in London. It houses a diverse collection of more than 2,300 examples of European art ranging from 13th-century religious paintings to more modern ones by Renoir and Van Gogh. The older collections of the gallery are reached through the main entrance while the more modern works in the East Wing are most easily reached from Trafalgar Square by a ground floor entrance Layout:

The modern Sainsbury Wing on the western side of the building houses 13th- to 15th-century paintings, and artists include Duccio, Uccello, Van Eyck, Lippi, Mantegna, Botticelli and Memling. The main West Wing houses 16th-century paintings, and artists include Leonardo da Vinci, Cranach, Michelangelo, Raphael, Bruegel, Bronzino, Titan and Veronese. The North Wing houses 17th-century paintings, and artists include Caravaggio, Rubens, Poussin, Van Dyck, Velazquez, Claude and Vermeer. The East Wing houses 18th- to early 20th-century paintings, and artists include Canaletto, Goya, Turner, Constable, Renoir and Van Gogh. Opening Hours: The Gallery is open every day from 10am to 6pm (Fridays 10am to 9pm) and is free, but charges apply to some special exhibitions. Getting There: Nearest underground stations: Charing Cross (2-minute walk), Leicester Square (3-minute walk), Embankment (7-minute walk), and Piccadilly Circus (8-minute walk). 68. In which century‘s collection can you see religious paintings? A. The 13th. B. The 17th. C. The 18th. D. The 20th.

69. Where are Leonardo da Vinci‘s works shown? A. In the East Wing. C. In the Sainsbury Wing. B. In the main West Wing. D. In the North Wing.

70. Which underground station is closest to the National Gallery? A. Piccadilly Circus. B. Leicester Square. C. Embankment. D. Charing Cross.

第二节 (共 5 小题;每小题 3 分,满分 15 分) 根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。 Business is the organized approach to providing customers with the goods and services they want. The word business also refers to an organization that provides these goods and services. Most businesses seek to make a profit(利润)— that is, they aim to achieve income that is more than the costs of operating the business. Commonly called nonprofits, these organizations are primarily nongovernmental service providers. 72 71

Business management is a term used to describe the techniques of planning, direction, and control of the

operations of a business. 73 One is the establishment (制定)of broad basic policies with respect to production; sales; the purchase of equipment, materials and supplies; and accounting. 74 The third relates to the

establishment of standards of work in all departments. Direction is concerned primarily with supervision(监管) and guidance by the management in authority. 75

A. Control includes the use of records and reports to compare actual work with the set standards for work. B. In this connection there is the difference between top management and operative management. C. Examples of nonprofit business include such organizations as social service agencies and may hospitals. D. However, some businesses only seek to earn enough to cover their operating costs. E. The second aspect relates to the application of these policies by departments. F. In the theory of business management, organization has two main aspects. G. Planning in business management has three main aspects. 第 II 卷 注意事项: 用 0.5 毫米黑色笔迹的签字笔将答案写在答题卡上。写在本试卷上无效。 第四部分 写作(共两页,满分 35 分) 第一节 短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 假定英语课上老师要求同桌中间交换修改作文,请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。文中共有 10 处语言 错误,每句中最多有两处,每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。 增加:把缺词处叫个漏字符号(∧) ,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。 I hardly remember my grandmother. She used to holding me on her knees and sing old songs. I was only four when she passes away. She is just a distant memory for me now. I remember my grandfather very much. He was tall, with broad shoulder and a beard that turned from black toward gray over the years. He had a deep voice, which set himself apart from others in our small town, he was strong and powerful. In a fact, he even scared my classmates away during they came over to play or do homework

with me. However, he was the gentlest man I have never known. 第二节 书面表达(满分 25 分) 假定你是李华。请你给笔友 Peter 写封信,告诉他你叔叔李明将去他所在城市开会,带去他想要的那 幅中国画,同时询问他是否可以接机。信中还需说明: 李明:高个子,戴眼镜 航班号:CA985 到达:8 月 6 日上午 11:30 注意:1. 词数 100 左右;2. 可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯; 3. 开头语和结束语已为你写好。

答 案
选择题答案 第一、二、三部分 1—5 ACACB 21-25 BBDCA 41-45 DABAC 61-65 DCDDB 非选择题答案 第四部分: 第一节: I hardly remember my grandmother. She used to holding me on her knees and sing old songs. I was only hold four when she passes away. She is just a distant memory for me now. passed I remember my grandfather very much. He was tall, with broad shoulder and a beard that turned from black well / clearly shoulders 6-10 BBABA 26-30 DABCB 46-50 CDDBA 66-70 BCABD 11-15 BACAA 31-35 ADCDA 51-55 BCADB 71-75 DCGEA 16-20 BCBCC 36-40 CCDAB 56-60 AACCB

toward gray over the years. He had a deep voice, which set himself apart from others in our small town,∧he was to / into him and \ strong and powerful. In a fact, he even scared my classmates away during they came over to play or do when

homework with me. However, he was the gentlest man I have never known. ever 第二节:One Possible Version Dear Peter, How are you doing? I‘m writing to tell you that my uncle Li Ming is going to your city for a conference, and I‘ve asked him to bring you the Chinese painting you‘ve asked for before. Also, I‘d like you to do me a favor. Would you please meet my uncle at the airport and take him to his hotel since this is his first visit to the U.S.? Thank you in advance! His flight number is CA985, and it will arrive at 11:30 am, August 6. My uncle is tall and he is wearing glasses. And he will be in a blue jacket. Looking forward to your reply. Yours, Li Hua

2.2013 年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试英语(课标卷 II)
本试卷分第Ⅰ卷(选择题)和第Ⅱ卷(非选择题)两部分。考试结束,将试题卷和答题卡一并交回。 第Ⅰ卷 注意事项: 1.答第Ⅰ卷时,考生务必将自己的姓名、准考证号填写在答题卡上。 2. 选出每小题答案后,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框。不能答在试卷上,否则无效。 第一部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分 45 分) 第一节 单项填空(共 15 小题:每小题 1 分,满分 15 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,并在答题卡上将该选项涂黑。 例:It is generally considered unwise to give a child A. however 答案是 B。 1.—I'm sorry I made a mistake! B. whatever he or she wants. D. whenever

C. whichever



Nobody is perfect. B. You're right C. Whatever you say D. Take it easy

A. Take your time 2. Would you like to A. come along

with us to the film tonight? B. come off C. come across I didn't want to spend all day with her. C. so I would be staying. C. where the 7:30 train from Paddington C. to catch have done the research on his own. C. would D. need D. having caught D. which D. or D. come through

3. I was glad to meet Jenny again, A. but B. and

4. When I arrived, Bryan took me to see the house_ A. what B. when

5.I got to the office earlier that day, A. caught

B. to have caught

6. Since nobody gave him any help, he A. can 7. We B. must

very early so we packed the night before. B. had left C. were leaving D. have left

A. leave

8. The watch was very good, and he ______ 20 percent down for it. A. paid B. cost C. bought 20 percent down for it. C. the best one D. a best one D. spent

9. The watch was very good, and he A. a good one B. a better one

10. It was only after he had read the papers to complete. A. when B. that

Mr. Gross realized the task before him was extremely difficult

C. which some knowledge of mathematics. C. beyond

D. what

11 A serious study of physics is impossible A. against B. before

D. without properly in this hospital.

12. Only by increasing the number of doctors by 50 percent A. can be the patients C. the patients can be treated 13.Four and with sugar.

B. can the patients be treated D. treated can be the patients break for cheese chocolate and tea

half hours of discussion took us up to midnight, and

A. a; a

B. the; the

C.不填;the

D. a; 不填 .

14. It's an either-or situation - we can buy a new car this year or we can go on holiday but we can‘t do A. others B. either C. another D. both

15.—Are you sure you won't come for a drink with us? — ,if you insist B. It depends C. All right then D.I don't care

A. Not at all

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,从短文后面各题锁哥的四个选项(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。 Michael Greenberg is a very popular New Yorker. He is not famous in sports or the arts, But people in the streets 16 him, especially those who are 17 . For those people, he is "Gloves" Greenberg. How did he get that 18 ? He looks like any other businessman, wearing a suit and carrying a briefcase (公文箱). But he's 19 _. His briefcase always has some gloves。 In winter, Mr. Greenberg does not 20 like other New Yorkers, who look at the sidewalk and 21 the street. He looks around at 22 .He stops when he 24 ,looking for more people with cold On winter days, Mr. Greenberg 25 . 26 gloves. During the rest of the year, he 27 gloves. People who have 23 someone with no gloves. He gives them a pair and then he

heard about him 28 him gloves, and he has many in his apartment. Mr. Greenberg 29 doing this 21 years ago. Now, many poor New Yorkers know him and 30 his

behavior. But people who don't know him are sometimes them 32 . It runs in the 33

31 him. They don't realize that he just wants to make

.Michael's father always helped the poor as he believed it made everyone happier. 34 .A pair of gloves may be a 35 thing, but it can make a big difference in

Michael Greenberg feels the winter. 16.A..know about 17. A. old 18. A. job

B. learn from B. busy B. name

C. cheer for C. kind C. chance

D. look after D. poor D. message

19.A.calm 20.A.act 21.A.cross over 22. A. cars 23.A.helps 24.A.holds up 25.A.hands 26. A. searches for 27. A. borrows 28. A. call 29. A. delayed 30.A.understand 31.A.sorry for 32.A.smart 33.A.city 34.A.honor 35.A.small

B. different B. sound B. drive along B. people B .chooses B. hangs out B. ears B. stores up B. sells B. send B. remembered B. dislike B. satisfied with B. rich B. family B. pain B. useful

C. crazy C. feel C. hurry down C. street numbers C. greets C. moves on C. faces C. gives away C. returns C. lend C. began C. study C. proud of C. special C. neighborhood C. same C. delightful

D. curious D. dress D. keep off D. traffic lights D. sees D. turns around D. eyes D. puts on D. buys D. show D. enjoyed D. excuse D. surprised by D. happy D. company D. cold D. comforting

第二部分阅读理解(共两节,满分 40 分》 第一节(共 15 小题:每小题 2 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项《A、 B、 C 和 D)中。选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂 黑。 A Doctor are known to be terrible pilots. They don't listen because they already know it all. I was lucky: ] became a pilot in 1970, almost ten years before I graduated from medical school. I didn't realize then, but becoming a pilot makes me a better surgeon. I loved flying. As I flew bigger, faster planes, and in worse weather. I learned about crew resource management (机组资源管理), or CRM, a new idea to make flying safer. It means that crew members should listen and speak up for a good result, regardless of positions. I first read about CRM in 1980. Not long after that, an attending doctor and I were flying in bad weather. The

controller had us turn too late to get our landing ready. The attending doctor was flying; I was safety pilot He was so busy because of the bad turn, he had forgotten to put the landing gear (起落架) down. He was a better pilot and my boss - so it felt unusual to speak up. But I had to: Our lives were in danger. I put aside my uneasiness and said, "We need to put the landing gear down now!" That was my first real lesson in the power of CRM, and I've used it in the operating room ever since. CRM requires that the pilot/surgeon encourage others to speak up. It further requires that when opinions are from the opposite, the doctor doesn't overreact, which might prevent fellow doctors from voicing opinions again. So when I'm in the operating room, I ask for ideas and help from others. Sometimes they're not willing to speak up. But I hope that if I continue to encourage them , someday someone will keep me from ‖landing gear up‖. 36.What does the author say about doctors in general? A. They like flying by themselves. C. They pretend to be good pilots. B. They are unwilling to take advice. D. They are quick learners of CRM.

37.The author deepened his understanding of the power of CRM when_______. A. he saved the plane by speaking up C. his boss landed the plane too late B. he was in charge of a flying task D. his boss operated on a patient

38.In the last paragraph‖ landing gear up‖ probably means ______. A. following flying requirements. C. listening to what fellow doctors say 39.Which of the following can be the best title for the text? A.CRM:A New Way to Make Flying Safe C. The Making of a Good Pilot B In 1947 a group of famous people from the art world headed by an Austrian conductor decided to hold an international festival of music, dance and theatre in Edinburgh. The idea was to reunite Europe after the Second World War. At the same time, the ―Fringe‖ appeared as a challenge to the official festival. Eight theatre groups turned up uninvited in 1947,in the belief that everyone should have the right to perform, and they did so in a public house disused for years. B. Flying Makes Me a Better Doctor D.A Pilot-Turned Doctor B. overreacting to different opinions. D. making a mistake that may cost lives

Soon, groups of students firstly from Edinburgh University, and later from the universities of Oxford and Cambridge, Durham and Birmingham were making the journey to the Scottish capital each summer to perform theatre by little-known writers of plays in small church halls to the people of Edinburgh. Today the ―Fringe‖, once less recognized, has far outgrown the festival with around 1,500 performances of theatre, music and dance on every one of the 21 days it lasts. And years early as 1959,with only 19 theatre groups performing, some said it was getting too big. A paid administrator was first employed only in 1971, and today there are eight administrators working all year round and the number rises to 150 during August itself. In 2004 there were 200 places housing 1,695 shows by over 600 different groups from 50 different countries. More than 1,25 million tickets were sold. 40. Point was the purpose of Edinburgh Festival at he beginning? A. To bring Europe together again. C. To introduce young theatre groups. B. To honor heroes of World War 11. D. To attract great artists from Europe.

41. Why did some uninvited theatre groups come to Edinburgh in 1947? A. They owned a public house there. C. They thought they were also famous. 42. Who joined the "Fringe" after it appeared? A. Popular writers C. Artists from around the world. 43. We may learn from the text that Edinburgh Festival. A. has become a non-official event C. gives shows all year round C Given that many people's moods (情绪)are regulated by the chemical action of chocolate, it was probably only a matter of time before somebody made the chocolate shop similar to a drugstore of Chinese medicine. Looking like a setting from the film Charlie &the Chocolate Factory, Singapore's Chocolate Research Facility (CRF) has over 100 varieties of chocolates. its founder is Chris Lee who grew up at his parents' comer store with one hand almost always in the jar of sweets. If the CRF seems to be a smart idea, that's because Lee is not merely a seasoned salesperson but also head of a B. has gone beyond an art festival D. keeps growing rapidly B. University students. D. Performers of music and dance. B. They came to take up a challenge. D. They wanted to take part in the festival.

marketing department that has business relations with big names such as Levi's and Sony. That idea surely results in the imagination at work when it comes to making different flavored(味道)chocolates. The CRF's produce is "green". made within the country and divided into 10 lines, with the Alcohol Series being the most popular. The Exotic Series 一 with Sichuan pepper, red bean (豆).cheese and other flavors 一 also does well and is fun to taste. And for chocolate snobs,who think that they have a better knowledge of chocolate than others, the Connoisseur Series uses cocoa beans from Togo, Cuba, Venezuela , and Ghana, among others. 44. What is good about chocolate? A. It serves as a suitable gift. C. It helps improve the state of mind. 45. Why is Chris Lee able to develop his idea of the CRF? A. He knows the importance of research. C. He has the support of many big names 46. Which line of the CRF produce sells best? A. The Connoisseur Series. C. The Alcohol Series. B. The Exotic Series. D. The Sichuan Series. B. He learns form shops of similar types. D. He has a lot of marketing experience. B. It works as an effective medicine. D. It strengthens business relations.

47. The words "chocolate snobs" in Paragraph 3 probably refer to people who A. are particular about chocolate C. look down upon others D Low-Cost Gifts for Mother's Day Gift No. 1 Offer to be your mother's health friend. Promise to be there for any and all doctor's visits whether a disease or a regular medical check-up. Most mothers always say "no need," another set of eyes and ears is always a good idea at a doctor's visit. The best part ? This one is free. Gift No. 2 Help your mother organize all of her medical records, which include the test results and medical information. Put them all in one place. Be sure to make a list of all of her medicines and what times she takes them. "Having all this information in one place could end up saving your mother's life," Dr. Marie Savard said. B. know little about cocoa beans D. like to try new flavors

Gift No. 3 Enough sleep is connected to general health conditions. "Buy your mother cotton sheets and comfortable pillows to encourage better sleep," Savard said. "We know that good sleep is very important to our health." Gift No. 4 Some gift companies such as Presents for Purpose allow you to pay it forward this Mother's Day by picking gifts in which 10 percent of the price you pay goes to a charity (慈善机构) Gift givers can choose from a wide variety of useful but inexpensive things -many of which are "green" - and then choose a meaningful charity from a list. When your mother gets the gift, she will be told that she has helped the chosen charity. 48. What are you advised to do for your mother at doctor's visits? A. Take notes. B. Be with her. C. Buy medicine. D. Give her gifts.

49. Where can you find a gift idea to improve your mother‘s sleep? A. In Gift No. 1. B. In Gift No. 2. C. In Gift No. 3. D. In Gift No. 4.

50. Buying gifts from Presents for Purpose allows mothers to A. enjoy good sleep B. be well-organized C. bet extra support D. give others help

第二节(共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) 根据根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能坡入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多于选项。 Public Speaking Training · a coach Get 51 , so get help. Since there are about a billion companies out there all ready to offer you public speaking training and courses, here are some things to look for when deciding the training that's right for you. · Focus on positives Any training you do to become more effective at public speaking should always focus on the positive aspects of what you already do well. Nothing can hurt confidence more than being told that you aren't doing well. 52 , so good public speaking training should develop those instead of telling you what you shouldn't do. 53 If you find a public speaking course that looks as though it's going to give you lots of dos and don'ts, walk away! Your brain is so full of what you're going to be talking about. 54 . As far as we're concerned,

there are basically no hard and fast rules about public speaking. Your audience can be your friends.

You are a special person not a clone Most importantly, good public speaking training should treat you as a special one, with your own personal habits. 55 . Your training course should help you bring out your personality, not try to turn you into someone you're not. A. You aren't like anybody else B. You already do lots of things well C. Turn your back on too many rules D. Check the rules about dos and don'ts E. Whatever the presentation, public speaking is tough F .The one thing you don't want is for them to fall asleep G. So trying to force a whole set of rules into it will just make things worse 2013 年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试 英 语

第Ⅱ卷 注意:将答案写在答题卡上。写在本试卷上无效。 第三部分 写作(共两页,满分 35 分) 第一节 短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文,请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。文中共有 10 处语言错 误,每句中最多有两处,每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。 增加:把缺词处加一个漏符号(∧) ,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。 The book I‘m reading of talks about afternoon tea in Britain. It is said to have started in the early 1800‘s. Have tea in the late afternoon provides a bridge between lunch and dinner, that might not be served until 8 o‘clock at night. This custom soon becomes another meal of day. Interesting, it had a connection by the

British porcelain(瓷器) industry. Tea in China was traditionally drank from cups without handles. When tea got popular in Britain, there was a crying need for good cup with handles to suit British habits. This made for the grow in the porcelain industry. 第二节 书面表达(满分 25 分) 假定你是李华,自制一些中国结(Chinese knot) 。给开网店的美国朋友 Tom 写封信,请他代卖,要点 包括: 1.外观(尺寸、颜色、材料) 2.象征意义 3.价格 注意:1.词数 100 左右; 2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯; 3.开头语已为你写好。 选择题:1-5: DAACD 16-20: ADBBA 31-35: DDBCA 6-10: BCABB 21-25: CBDCA 36-40: BADBA 11-15: DBADC 26-30: CDBCA 41-45: DBDCD 46-50: CABCD 51-55: EBCGA

改错题: 1.of 去掉 2. Have 改成 Having 3. that 改成 which 4. becomes 改成 became 5. day 前加 the 6. Interesting 改成 Interestingly 7. by 改成 with/to 8. drank 改成 drunk 9. cup 改成 cups 10. grow 改成 growth Dear Tom, How are you doing? I wonder if you could sell some Chinese knots for me. I made them myself with red silk threads, cloth and other materials. They look really beautiful in the shape of a diamond, about 5 inches long and 4 inches wide. In china, these knots stand for friendship, love and good luck. People can either give them as gifts to friends or hang them in their houses. They are only 12.99 US dollars each. If anyone wants to know more about the knots, let them write to me. Also, do let me know if you need further information. Thank you! Li hua.

2013 年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试英语(大纲卷)
第一部分 听力(共两节,满分 30 分) 做题时,先将答案标在试卷上。录音内容结束后,你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的答案转涂到答题卡

上。 第一节(共 5 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 7.5 分) 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标 在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后,你都有 10 称钟的时间来回答有关小题如阅读下一小题。每段对话 仅读一遍。 例:How much is the shirt? A. £19.15. 答案是 C。 1. What does the man want to do? A. Take photos. B. Buy a camera. C. Help the woman. B. £9.18. C. £9.15.

2. What are the speakers talking about? A. A noisy night. 3. Where is the man now? A. On his way. 4. What will Celia do? A. Find a player. B. Watch a game. C. Play basketball. B. In a restaurant. C. At home B. Their life in town. C. A place of living.

5. What day is it when the conversation takes place? A. Saturday. B. Sunday. C. Monday.

第二节(共 15 小题:每小题 1.5 分,满分 22.5 分) 听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最 佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各个小题,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 6、7 题。 6. What is Sara going to do? A. Buy John a gift. B. Give John a surprise. C. Invite John to France.

7. What does the man think of Sara‘s plan? A. Funny. B. Exciting. C. Strange.

听第 7 段材料,回答第 8、9 题。

8. Why does Diana say sorry to peter? A. She has to give up her travel pan. B. She wants to visit another city. C. She needs to put off her test. 9. What does Diana want Peter to do? A. Help her with her study. B. Take a book to her friend. C. Teach a geography lesson. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 10 至 12 题。 10. Why does the man call the woman? A. To tell her about her new job. B. To ask about her job program. C. To plan a meeting with her. 11. Who needs a new flat? A. Alex. 12. Where is the woman now? A. In Baltimore. B. In New York. C. In Avon. B. Andrea. C. Miranda.

听第 9 段材料,回答第 13 至 16 题。 13. What does Jan consider most important when he judges a restaurant? A. Where the restaurant is. B. Whether the prices are low. C. How well the food is prepared. 14. When did Jan begin to write for a magazine? A. After he came back to Sweden. B. Before he went to the United States. C. As soon as he got his first job in 1982. 15. What may Jan do to find a good restaurant? A. Talk to people in the street.

B. Speak to taxi drivers. C. Ask hotel clerks. 16. What do we know about Jan? A. He cooks for a restaurant. B. He travels a lot of his work. C. He prefers American food. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 17 至 20 题 17. What do we know about the Plaza Leon? A. it‘s new building. B. it‘s a small town. C. it‘s public place.

18. When do parents and children like going to the Plaza Leon? A. Saturday nights. B. Sunday afternoons. C. Fridays and Saturdays.

19. Which street is known for its food shops and markets? A. Via del Mar Street. B. Fernando Street. C. Hernandes Street.

20. Why does the speaker like Horatio Street best? A. It has an old stone surface. B. it is named after a writer. C. It is a famous university. 第二部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分 45 分)

第一节 单项填空(共 15 小题:每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 21.—I'm sorry I made a mistake! — Nobody is perfect. B. You're right C. Whatever you say D. Take it easy

A. Take your time 22. Would you like to A. come along

with us to the film tonight? B. come off C. come across D. come through

23. I was glad to meet Jenny again, A. but B. and

I didn't want to spend all day with her. C. so I would be staying. C. where D. which D. or

24. When I arrived, Bryan took me to see the house_ A. what B. when

25.I got to the office earlier that day, A. caught

the 7:30 train from Paddington C. to catch D. having caught

B. to have caught

26. Since nobody gave him any help, he A. can 27. We A. leave B. must

have done the research on his own. C. would D. need

very early so we packed the night before. B. had left C. were leaving D. have left

28. The watch was very good, and he ______ 20 percent down for it. A. paid B. cost C. bought 20 percent down for it. C. the best one D. a best one D. spent

29. The watch was very good, and he A. a good one B. a better one

30. It was only after he had read the papers to complete. A. when B. that

Mr. Gross realized the task before him was extremely difficult

C. which

D. what

31 A serious study of physics is impossible A. against B. before

some knowledge of mathematics. C. beyond D. without properly in this hospital.

32. Only by increasing the number of doctors by 50 percent A. can be the patients C. the patients can be treated

B. can the patients be treated D. treated can be the patients break for cheese chocolate and tea with

33.Four and half hours of discussion took us up to midnight, and sugar. A. a; a B. the; the C.不填;the

D. a; 不填 .

34. It's an either-or situation - we can buy a new car this year or we can go on holiday but we can‘t do A. others B. either C. another D. both

35.—Are you sure you won't come for a drink with us? — ,if you insist B. It depends C. All right then D.I don't care

A. Not at all

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,从短文后面各题锁哥的四个选项(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。 Michael Greenberg is a very popular New Yorker. He is not famous in sports or the arts, But people in the streets 36 him, especially those who are 37 . For those people, he is "Gloves" Greenberg. How did he get that 38 ? He looks like any other businessman, wearing a suit and carrying a briefcase (公文箱). But he's 39 _. His briefcase always has some gloves。 In winter, Mr. Greenberg does not 40 like other New Yorkers, who look at the sidewalk and 41 the street. He looks around at 42 .He stops when he 44 ,looking for more people with cold 45 . On winter days, Mr. Greenberg 46 gloves. During the rest of the year, he 47 gloves. People who have 43 someone with no gloves. He gives them a pair and then he

heard about him 48 him gloves, and he has many in his apartment. Mr. Greenberg 49 doing this 21 years ago. Now, many poor New Yorkers know him and But people who don't know him are sometimes 52 . It runs in the 53 .Michael's father always helped the poor as he believed it made everyone happier. 54 .A pair of gloves may be a 55 thing, but it can make a big difference in 51 50 his behavior.

him. They don't realize that he just wants to make them

Michael Greenberg feels the winter. 36.A..know about 17. A. old 38. A. job 39.A.calm 40.A.act 41.A.cross over 42. A. cars 43.A.helps 44.A.holds up 45.A.hands 46. A. searches for

B. learn from B. busy B. name B. different B. sound B. drive along B. people B .chooses B. hangs out B. ears B. stores up

C. cheer for C. kind C. chance C. crazy C. feel C. hurry down C. street numbers C. greets C. moves on C. faces C. gives away

D. look after D. poor D. message D. curious D. dress D. keep off D. traffic lights D. sees D. turns around D. eyes D. puts on

47. A. borrows 48. A. call 49. A. delayed 50.A.understand 51.A.sorry for 52.A.smart 53.A.city 54.A.honor 55.A.small

B. sells B. send B. remembered B. dislike B. satisfied with B. rich B. family B. pain B. useful

C. returns C. lend C. began C. study C. proud of C. special C. neighborhood C. same C. delightful

D. buys D. show D. enjoyed D. excuse D. surprised by D. happy D. company D. cold D. comforting

第二部分阅读理解(共两节,满分 40 分》 第一节(共 15 小题:每小题 2 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项《A、 B、 C 和 D)中。选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂 黑。 A Doctor are known to be terrible pilots. They don't listen because they already know it all. I was lucky: ] became a pilot in 1970, almost ten years before I graduated from medical school. I didn't realize then, but becoming a pilot makes me a better surgeon. I loved flying. As I flew bigger, faster planes, and in worse weather. I learned about crew resource management (机组资源管理), or CRM, a new idea to make flying safer. It means that crew members should listen and speak up for a good result, regardless of positions. I first read about CRM in 1980. Not long after that, an attending doctor and I were flying in bad weather. The controller had us turn too late to get our landing ready. The attending doctor was flying; I was safety pilot He was so busy because of the bad turn, he had forgotten to put the landing gear (起落架) down. He was a better pilot and my boss - so it felt unusual to speak up. But I had to: Our lives were in danger. I put aside my uneasiness and said, "We need to put the landing gear down now!" That was my first real lesson in the power of CRM, and I've used it in the operating room ever since. CRM requires that the pilot/surgeon encourage others to speak up. It further requires that when opinions are from the opposite, the doctor doesn't overreact, which might prevent fellow doctors from voicing opinions again. So when I'm in the operating room, I ask for ideas and help from others. Sometimes they're not willing to speak up.

But I hope that if I continue to encourage them , someday someone will keep me from ‖landing gear up‖. 56.What does the author say about doctors in general? A. They like flying by themselves. C. They pretend to be good pilots. B. They are unwilling to take advice. D. They are quick learners of CRM.

57.The author deepened his understanding of the power of CRM when_______. A. he saved the plane by speaking up C. his boss landed the plane too late B. he was in charge of a flying task D. his boss operated on a patient

58.In the last paragraph‖ landing gear up‖ probably means ______. A. following flying requirements. C. listening to what fellow doctors say 59.Which of the following can be the best title for the text? A.CRM:A New Way to Make Flying Safe C. The Making of a Good Pilot B In 1947 a group of famous people from the art world headed by an Austrian conductor decided to hold an international festival of music, dance and theatre in Edinburgh. The idea was to reunite Europe after the Second World War. At the same time, the ―Fringe‖ appeared as a challenge to the official festival. Eight theatre groups turned up uninvited in 1947,in the belief that everyone should have the right to perform, and they did so in a public house disused for years. Soon, groups of students firstly from Edinburgh University, and later from the universities of Oxford and Cambridge, Durham and Birmingham were making the journey to the Scottish capital each summer to perform theatre by little-known writers of plays in small church halls to the people of Edinburgh. Today the ―Fringe‖, once less recognized, has far outgrown the festival with around 1,500 performances of theatre, music and dance on every one of the 21 days it lasts. And years early as 1959, with only 19 theatre groups performing, some said it was getting too big. A paid administrator was first employed only in 1971, and today there are eight administrators working all year round and the number rises to 150 during August itself. In 2004 there were 200 places housing 1,695 shows B. Flying Makes Me a Better Doctor D.A Pilot-Turned Doctor B. overreacting to different opinions. D. making a mistake that may cost lives

by over 600 different groups from 50 different countries. More than 1.25 million tickets were sold. 60. What was the purpose of Edinburgh Festival at the beginning? A. To bring Europe together again. C. To introduce young theatre groups. B. To honor heroes of World War 11. D. To attract great artists from Europe.

61. Why did some uninvited theatre groups come to Edinburgh in 1947? A. They owned a public house there. C. They thought they were also famous. 62. Who joined the "Fringe" after it appeared? A. They owned a public house there C. Artists from around the world. 63. We may learn from the text that Edinburgh Festival. A. has become a non-official event C. gives shows all year round C Given that many people's moods (情绪)are regulated by the chemical action of chocolate, it was probably only a matter of time before somebody made the chocolate shop similar to a drugstore of Chinese medicine. Looking like a setting from the film Charlie &the Chocolate Factory, Singapore's Chocolate Research Facility (CRF) has over 100 varieties of chocolates. its founder is Chris Lee who grew up at his parents' comer store with one hand almost always in the jar of sweets. If the CRF seems to be a smart idea, that's because Lee is not merely a seasoned salesperson but also head of a marketing department that has business relations with big names such as Levi's and Sony. That idea surely results in the imagination at work when it comes to making different flavored(味道)chocolates. The CRF's produce is "green". made within the country and divided into 10 lines, with the Alcohol Series being the most popular. The Exotic Series 一 with Sichuan pepper, red bean (豆).cheese and other flavors 一 also does well and is fun to taste. And for chocolate snobs, who think that they have a better knowledge of chocolate than others, the Connoisseur Series uses cocoa beans from Togo, Cuba, Venezuela , and Ghana, among others. 64. What is good about chocolate? A. It serves as a suitable gift. B. It works as an effective medicine. B. has gone beyond an art festival D. keeps growing rapidly B. University students. D. Performers of music and dance. B. They came to take up a challenge. D. They wanted to take part in the festival.

C. It helps improve the state of mind. 65. Why is Chris Lee able to develop his idea of the CRF? A. He knows the importance of research. C. He has the support of many big names 66. Which line of the CRF produce sells best? A. The Connoisseur Series. C. The Alcohol Series.

D. It strengthens business relations.

B. He learns form shops of similar types. D. He has a lot of marketing experience.

B. The Exotic Series. D. The Sichuan Series.

67. The words "chocolate snobs" in Paragraph 3 probably refer to people who A. are particular about chocolate C. look down upon others D Low-Cost Gifts for Mother's Day Gift No.1 Offer to be your mother's health friend. Promise to be there for any and all doctor's visits whether a disease or a regular medical check-up. Most mothers always say "no need," another set of eyes and ears is always a good idea at a doctor's visit. The best part ? This one is free. Gift No. 2 Help your mother organize all of her medical records, which include the test results and medical information. Put them all in one place. Be sure to make a list of all of her medicines and what times she takes them. "Having all this information in one place could end up saving your mother's life," Dr. Marie Savard said. Gift No. 3 Enough sleep is connected to general health conditions. "Buy your mother cotton sheets and comfortable pillows to encourage better sleep," Savard said. "We know that good sleep is very important to our health." Gift No. 4 Some gift companies such as Presents for Purpose allow you to pay it forward this Mother's Day by picking gifts in which 10 percent of the price you pay goes to a charity (慈善机构) Gift givers can choose from a wide variety of useful but inexpensive things -many of which are "green" - and then choose a meaningful charity from a list. When your mother gets the gift, she will be told that she has helped the chosen charity. B. know little about cocoa beans D. like to try new flavors

68. What are you advised to do for your mother at doctor's visits? A. Take notes. B. Be with her. C. Buy medicine. D. Give her gifts.

69. What can be a gift of organization for your mother? A. Keeping her medical information together. B. Buying all gifts for her from one company. C. Making a list of her medical check-ups. D. Storing her medicines in a safe place. 70. Where can you find a gift idea to improve your mother‘s sleep? A. In Gift No. 1. B. In Gift No. 2. C. In Gift No. 3. D. In Gift No. 4.

71. Buying gifts from Presents for Purpose allows mothers to A. enjoy good sleep B. be well-organized C. bet extra support E The oldest and most common source(来源) of renewable energy known to man, biomass is one of the most important forms energy production in the United States and elsewhere. Since such a wide variety of biomass materials is everywhere —- from trees and grasses to agricultural and city —- life wastes —-biomass promises to play a continuing role in providing power and heat for millions of people around the world. According to the Union of Concerned Scientists(UCS), biomass is a kind of renewable energy source that produces no carbon dioxide(二氧化碳), because the energy it contains comes from the sun. When plant matter is burned, it gives off the sun‘s energy. In this way, biomass serves as a sort of natural battery(电池) for storing the sun‘s energy. As long as biomass is produced continuously —-with only as much grown as is used— the ―battery‖ lasts forever. According to the Energy Information Administration, biomass has been one of the leading renewable energy sources in the United States for several years running through 2007, making up between 0.5 and 0.9 percent of the nation‘s total electricity supply. In 2008—-although the numbers aren‘t all in yet—-wind power probably took over first place because of the rapid development of wind farms across the country. Producing power from biomass helps reduce some 11 million tons of carbon dioxide each year. Some homeowners also try to make their own heat by using biomass materials. Such practice may save homeowner‘s money, but it also produces a lot of pollution. So, the best way is to encourage power plants to use it. D. give others help

72. Why is biomass considered as ― a sort of natural battery‖? A. It burns merely plant matter. C. It stores the energy from the sun. 73. We learn from the text that in 2008 ______. A. Wind power would be the leader of renewable energy. B. there was a rapid growth of electricity production C. biomass might become the main energy source D. 0.5~0.9 of power supply came from biomass 74. Why does the author encourage power plants to use biomass? A. To prevent the waste of energy. C. To reduce pollution. 75. Where does the text probably come from? A. A research plan. C. A book review. 第一节 短文改错 In my family, there are three people. My father is hardworking but goes to work in the field every day. He isn‘t good at talk but he gets on well with other people. My mother is very much kind and is friendly to everybody. So when I have the problem I will turn to her for help. My friends say I am clever. When the teacher asks us very difficulty questions, I‘ll think quickly and stand to answer. At home my Father often thinks I‘m silly. He said if I decide To do something, it takes him much times to stop me. This is how I need to improve in the future. 第二节 书面表达(满分 25 分) 假定你是李华,自制一些中国结(Chinese knot) 。给开网店的美国朋友 Tom 写封信,请他代卖,要点 76. _______ 77. _______ 78. _______ 79. _______ 80. _______ 81. _______ 82. _______ 83. _______ 84. _______ 85. _______ B. A science magazine D. A business report. B. To increase production safety. D. To save money. B. It keeps producing electricity. D. It produces zero carbon dioxide.

包括: 1.外观(尺寸、颜色、材料) 2.象征意义 3.价格 注意:1.词数 100 左右; 2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯; 3.开头语已为你写好。

英语试题答案
选择题答案: 第一、二、三部分: 1.A 11.B 21.D 31.D 41.C 51.D 61.D 71.D 2.C 12.A 22.A 32.B 42.B 52.D 62.B 72.C 3.A 13.C 23.A 33.A 43.D 53.B 63.D 73.A 4.C 14.A 24.C 34.D 44.C 54.C 64.C 74.C 5.B 15.A 25.D 35.C 45.A 55.A 65.D 75.B 6.B 16.B 26.B 36.A 46.C 56.B 66.C 7.B 17.C 27.C 37.D 47.D 57.A 67.A 8.A 18.B 28.A 38.B 48.B 58.D 68.B 9.B 19.C 29.B 39.B 49.C 59.B 69.A 10.A 20.C 30.B 40.A 50.A 60.A 70.C

非选择题答案: 第四部分: 第一节: In my family, there are three people. My father is hardworking but goes to work in the field every day. He isn‘t good at talk but he gets on well with other people. My mother is very much kind and is friendly to everybody. So when I have the problem I will turn to her for help. My friends say I am clever. When the teacher asks us very difficulty questions, 76.and 77.talking 78. much 79.a 80.√ 81.difficult

I‘ll think quickly and stand∧ answer. At home my to Father often thinks I‘m silly. He said if I decide To do something, it takes him much times to stop me. This is how I need to improve in the future. 第二节: Dear Tom,

82.up 83.says 84.time 85.what / where

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How are you doing? I wonder if you could sell some Chinese knots for me. I made them myself with red silk threads, cloth and other materials. They look really beautiful in the shape of a diamond, about 5 inches long and 4 inches wide. In china, these knots stand for friendship, love and good luck. People can either give them as gifts to friends or hang them in their houses. They are only 12.99 US dollars each. If anyone wants to know more about the knots, let them write to me. Also, do let me know if you need further information. Thank you! Li hua.

4. 2013 年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试英语(北京卷)
第一部分:听力理解(共三节:30 分) 第一节(共 5 小题;每小题 1.5 分,共 7.5 分) 听下面 5 段对话,每段对话有一道小题,从每题所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最佳选项,听完 每段对话后, 你将有 10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话你将听一遍。 例:What is the man going to rend? A. A newspaper 答案是 A 1.What room does the man want? A. Simple 2.What will the man buy? A. Vegetable 3.What does the man plan to do? A. Go fishing 4.How much is the change? A. $8 B. $ 42 C. $50 B. Go jogging C. Go camping B. Meat C. Bread B. Double C. Twin B. A magazine C. A book

5.What‘s the weather like this afternoon?

第二节(共 10 小题;每小题 1.5 分,共 15 分) 听下面 4 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几道小题,从每题所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出 最佳选项。 听每段对话或独白前,你将有 5 秒钟的时间阅读每小题。听完后,每小题将给出 5 秒钟的 作答时间。每段对话或独白你将听两遍。 听第 6 段材料,回答第 6 至 7 题。 6.When will the woman go to see the movie? A. Friday. B. Saturday C. Sunday

7.Where will the woman sit for the movie? A. In the front. B. In the middle C. At the back

听第 7 段材料,回答第 8 至 9 题。 8.When will the two speakers meet? A. On the 13th 9.What is the man doing? A. Persuading the woman to accept his suggestion. B. Making an apology to the woman. C. Inviting the woman to lunch. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 10 至 12 题。 10.Where are the two speakers? A. In the library. B. In the café . C. In the classroom B. On the 14th C. On the 15th

11.What does the woman like about the summer school? A. The size of the class. 12.Where is the man planning to do? A. Boston B. Washington D.C. C. New York B. The math book. C. The teachers.

听第 9 段材料,回答第 13 至 15 题。

13.Where does the speaker get information for the trip? A. The internet. B. Travel agents. C. Guidebooks.

14. What public transportation does the speaker seldom take? A. Planes. B. Buses. C. Trains.

15.What kind of hotels does the speaker usually stay in? A. Hotels with low prices. B. Hotels providing meals. C. Hotels near sightseeing places.

第三节(共 5 小题;每小题 1.5 分,共 7.5 分) 听下面一段对话,完成第 16 至 20 五道小题,每小题仅填写一个词,听对话前,你将有 20 秒钟的 时间阅读试 题,听完后你将有 60 秒钟的作答时间。这段对话你将听两遍。 Customer Pick-up/Delivery Form

Pick-up △ Name Address Telephone No. Type& Amount 16 18 Smith Apartment No. 23, No.2 Front

Delivery▲ 17

Price& Payment 第二部分:知识运用(共两节,45 分)

One 19_ pizza with mushrooms and extra cheese £12.50, paid in _20

第一节 单项填空(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,共 15 分) 从每题所给的 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。 21.Volunteering gives you a chance A. change lives, including your own. C. changed D. to change

B. changing

22.Don‘t turn off the computer before closing all programs A. or B. and C. but

you could have problems D. so

23.Shakespeare‘s play Hamlet A. had been made 24.

into at least ten different films over the past years. C. has been made D. would be made

B. was made

the course very difficult, she decided to move to a lower level. A. Find B. Finding late? C. To find D. Found

25.—Do you think Mom and Dad —No, Swiss Air is usually on time.

A. were 26.I have an appointment A. to

B. will be

C. would be

D. have been

Dr. Smith, but I need to change it. B. off C. with D. from

27.Many countries are now setting up national parks A. when 28.Hurry up! Mark and Carl A. expect 29.When we saw the road A. block B. which us. B. are expecting

animals and plants can be protected. C. whose D. where

C. have expected

D. will expect

with snow, we decided to spend the holiday at home. B. to block C. blocking I wanted to hire a car. C. ever since D. if only D. blocked

30.I took my driving license with me on holiday, A. in case 31. B. even if

makes the book so extraordinary is the creative imagination of the writer. A. That B. What C. Who D. Which

32.—So what is the procedure? —All the applicants A. interview 33.Experts believe A. why 34.If we before a final decision is made by the authority. B. are interviewing C. are interviewed D. are being interviewed

people can waste less food by shopping only when it is necessary. B. where C. that D. what

a table earlier, we couldn‘t be standing here in a queue. B. booked C. book D. had booked

A. have booked

35.—You needn‘t take an umbrella. It isn‘t going to rain. —Well, I don‘t know. It A. might do. B. need C. would D. should

第二节 完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,共 30 分) 阅读下面短文, 掌握其大意,从每题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题 卡上讲该项 涂黑。 A Leap(跳跃)to Honor Leaping on a narrow balance beam(平衡木) is not easy. But Lola Walter, a 13-year-old gymnast, is an expert

at it. To perfect her skills, Lola 36 for four hours a day, five days a week. At the state championships in March,

she finished seventh out of 16 girls. That‘s especially impressive, 37 she is legally blind, born with a rare condition that causes her eyes to how far away things are. , she was fearless. So her

shift constantly. She often sees double and can‘t _ 38 When she was little, her mom 39

that even though she couldn‘t see 40

mom signed her up for gymnastics when she was three. She loved the her favorite. Though learning gymnastics has been more quit. She doesn‘t let her _ 43

41 right away and gymnastics became

42 for her than for some of her tournaments, she has never

stop her from doing anything that she wants to.

She likes the determination it takes to do the sport. Her biggest 44 _ is the balance beam. Because she has double vision, she often sees to beams. She must use her sense of touch to help her during her routine. Sometimes she even closes her eyes. ―You have to 45_ your mind that it‘ll take you where you want to go.‖ says Lola. To be a top-level gymnast, one must be brave. The beam is probably the most four inches wide. At the state competition, Lola didn‘t fall highest score yet. Lola doesn‘t want to be 48 differently from the other girls on her team. At the competitions, the judges 47 46 for anyone because it‘s

the beam. In fact, she got an 8.1 out of 10—her

don‘t know about her vision _ 49 _. She doesn‘t tell them, because she doesn‘t think they need to know. Her mom is amazed by her _ 50 attitude.

Lola never thinks about 51__. She is presently at level 7 while the highest is level 10 in gymnastics. Her 52 is to reach level 9. She says she wants to be a gymnastics coach to pass down what she‘s learned to

other kids 53 she grew up. Lola is 54 of all her hard work and success. She says it‘s helped her overcome problems in her life outside gymnastics, too. Her 55 for others is ―just believe yourself‖. 36. A. runs 37. A. since 38. A. tell 39. A. suspected B. teaches B. unless B. guess B remembered C. trains C. after C. assume C. imagined D. dances D. though D. predict D. noticed

40. A. deeply 41. A. task 42. A. boring 43. A. talent 44. A. doubt 45. A. examine 46. A. fearful 47. A. to 48. A. greeted 49. A. pains 50. A. positive 51. A. defending 52. A. standard 53. A. until 54. A. proud 55. A. plan

B. well B. sport B. enjoyable B. quality B. advantage B. express B. harmful B. on B. treated B. stresses B. friendly B. quitting B. range B. as B. tired B. advice

C. ahead C. event C. different C. nature C. challenge C. open C. unfair C. off C. served C. injuries C. flexible C. winning C. view C. when C. ashamed C. reward

D. closely D. show D. unsatisfactory D. condition D. program D. trust D. inconvenient D. against D. paid D. problems D. caution D. bargaining D. goal D. before D. confident D. responsibility

第三部分:阅读理解 (共两节,20 分) 第一节(共 15 小题;每小题 2 分,共 30 分) 阅读下列短文:从每题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出最佳选项,将正确的选项涂在答题卡上。 A EP Portable Heater We all know that the cost of heating our homes will continue to be a significant burden on the family budget. Now millions of people are saving on their heating bills with the EP Portable Heater. With over one million satisfied customers around the world, the new EP heats better and faster, saves more on heating bills, and runs almost silent. The EP has no exposed heating parts that can cause a fire. The outside of EP only gets warm to the touch so that it will not burn children or pets.

The EP will not reduce oxygen in the room. With other heaters, you‘ll notice that you get sleepy when the heat comes on because they are burning up oxygen. The advanced EP also heats the room evenly, wall to wall and floor to ceiling. it comfortably covers an area up to 350 square feet. Other heaters heat rooms unevenly with most of the heat concentrated to the center of the room. And they only heat an area a few feet around the heater. With the EP, the temperature will not vary in any part of the room. The EP comes with a 3-year warranty(保修) and a 60-day. no questions asked. Satisfaction guarantee. If you are not totally satisfied, return it to our expertise and your money will be given back to you. Now, we have a special offer for 10 days, during which you can enjoy a half price discount and a free delivery. if you order that, we reserve the right to either accept or reject order requests at the discounted price. Take action right now! 56.What is mainly discussed in paragraph 2? A. the heat of the EP C. the appearance of the EP 57.From the passage, we can learn that the EP A. doesn‘t burn up oxygen C. makes people get sleepy . B. runs without any noise D. is unsuitable for children and pets . D. equally B. the safety of the EP D. the material of the EP

58.The underlined word ―evenly‖ in paragraph 4 probably means A. continuously B. separately . C. quickly

59.The main purpose of the passage is to A. persuade people to buy the product

B. advise people to save on heating bills

C. report the new development of portable heaters D. compare the difference of different heart brands B Tail Spin Two dolphins race around in a big pool in the Ocean Park. The smaller dolphin Grace, shown off a few of her tricks, turning around and waving hello to the crowd. The most amazing thing about her, however, is that she‘s even swimming at all. She doesn‘t have a tail.

Grace lost her tail as a baby when she got caught up in a fish trap. When the dolphin arrived at the Ocean Park in December 2005, she was fighting for her life. ―Is she going to make it?‖ Her trainer, Abbey Stone, feared the worst. Grace did make it — but her tail didn‘t. She ended up losing her flukes and the lower part of her peduncle. Over the past six years, she has learned to swim without her tail. Dolphins swim by moving their flukes and peduncle up and down. Grace taught herself to move another way—like a fish! She pushed herself forward through the water by moving her peduncles from side to side. The movement put harmful pressure on Grace‘s backbone. So a company offered to create a man-made tail for her. The tail had to be strong enough to stay on Grace as she swam but soft enough that it wouldn‘t hurt her. The first time Grace wore the artificial tail. She soon shook it off and let it sink in the bottom of the pool. Now, she is still learning to use the tail. Some days she wears it for an hour at a time, others not at all. ―The tail isn‘t necessary for her to feel comfortable,‖ says Stone, ―but it helps to keep that range of motion(动作) and build muscles(肌肉).‖ Now, the dolphin is about to get an even happier ending. This month, Grace will star in Dolphin Tale, a film that focus on her rescue and recovery. Her progress has inspired more than just a new movie. Many people travel from near and far to meet her. Seeing Grace swim with her man-made tail gives people so much courage. 60.When Grace first arrived at the Ocean Park, her trainer worried about her A. physical build C. chance of survival 61.A man-made tail is created for Grace to A. let her recover faster C. adjust her way of swimming 62.The story of Grace inspires people to A. stick to their dreams C. treasure what they have . B. treat animals friendly D. face difficulties bravely C Does Fame Drive You Crazy? Although being famous might sound like a dream come true, today‘s star, feeling like zoo animals, face . B. make her comfortable D. help her perform better tricks B. potential ability D. adaptation to the surroundings. .

pressures that few of us can imagine. They are at the center of much of the world‘s attention. Paparazzi (狗仔队) camp outside their homes, cameras ready. Tabloids (小报) publish thrilling stories about their personal lives. Just imagine not being able to do anything without being photographed or interrupted for a signature. According to psychologist Christina Villareal, celebrities — famous people — worry constantly about their public appearance. Eventually, they start to lose track of who they really are, seeing themselves the way their fans imagine them, not as the people they were before everyone knew their names. ―Over time,‖ Villareal says, ―they feel separated and alone.‖ The phenomenon of tracking celebrities has been around for ages. In the 4th century B.C., painters followed Alexander the Great into battle, hoping to picture his victories for his admirers. When Charles Dickens visited America in the 19th century, his sold-out readings attracted thousands of fans, leading him to complain (抱怨) about his lack of privacy. Tabloids of the 1920s and 1930s ran articles about film-stars in much the same way that modern tabloids and websites do. Being a public figure today, however, is a lot more difficult than it used to be. Superstars cannot move about without worrying about photographers with modern cameras. When they say something silly or do something ridiculous, there is always the Internet to spread the news in minutes and keep their ―story‖ alive forever. If fame is so troublesome, why aren‘t all celebrities running away from it? The answer is there are still ways to deal with it. Some stars stay calm by surrounding themselves with trusted friends and family or by escaping to remote places away from big cities. They focus not on how famous they are but on what they love to do or whatever made them famous in the first place. Sometimes a few celebrities can get a little justice. Still, even stars who enjoy full justice often complain about how hard their lives are. They are tired of being famous already. 63.It can be learned from the passage that stars today . A. are often misunderstood by the public C. spend too much on their public appearance 64.What is the main idea of Paragraph 3? A. Great heroes of the past were generally admired. B. The problem faced by celebrities has a long history. C. Well-known actors are usually targets of tabloids. B. can no longer have their privacy protected D. care little about how they have come into fame

D. Works of popular writers often have a lot of readers. 65.What makes it much harder to be a celebrity today? A. Availability of modern media. C. Lack of favorable chances. B. Inadequate social recognition. D. Huge population of fans.

66.What is the author‘s attitude toward modern celebrity? A. Sincere. B. Sceptical. C. Disapproving. D Multitasking People who multitask all the time may be the worst at doing two things at once, a new research suggests. The findings, based on performances and self-evaluation by about 275 college students, indicate that many people multitask not out of a desire to increase productivity, but because they are easily distracted (分心) and can‘t focus on one activity. And ―those people turn out to be the worst at handling different things,‖ said David Sanbonmatsu, a psychologist at the University of Utah. Sanbonmatsu and his colleagues gave the students a set of tests and asked them to report how often they multitasked, how good they thought they were at it, and how sensation-seeking (寻求刺激) or imperative (冲动) they were. They then evaluated the participants‘ multitasking ability with a tricky mental task that required the students to do simple mathematical calculations while remembering a set of letters. Not surprisingly, the scientists said, most people thought they were better than average at multitasking, and those who thought they were better at it were more likely to report using a cellphone while driving or viewing multiple kinds of media at once. But those who frequently deal with many things at the same time were found to perform the worst at the actual multitasking test. They also were more likely to admit to sensation-seeking and impulsive behavior, which connects with how easily people get bored and distracted. ―People multitask not because it‘s going to lead to greater productivity, but because they‘re distractible, and they get sucked into things that are not as important.‖ Sanbonmatsu said. Adam Gazzaley, a researcher at the University of California, San Francisco, who was not a member of the research group, said one limitation of the study was that it couldn‘t find out whether people who start out less focused toward multitasking or whether people‘s recognizing and understanding abilities change as a result of multitasking. D. Sympathetic.

The findings do suggest, however, why the sensation-seeker who multitask the most may enjoy risky distracted driving. ―People who are multitasking are generally less sensitive to risky situations.‖ said Paul Atchley, another researcher not in the group. ―This may partly explain why people go in for these situations even though they‘re dangerous.‖ 67.The research led by Sanbonmatsu indicates that people who multitask A. seek high productivity constantly B. prefer handling different things when getting bored C. are more focused when doing many things at a time D. have the poorest results in doing various things at the same time 68.When Sanbonmatsu and his colleagues conducted their research, they A. assessed the multitasking ability of the students B. evaluated the academic achievements of the students C. analyzed the effects of the participants‘ tricky mental tasks D. measured the changes of the students‘ understanding ability 69.According to Sanbonmatsu, people multitask because of their A. limited power in calculation C. inability to concentrate on one task . . .

B. interests in doing things differently D. impulsive desire to try new things .

70.From the last paragraph, we can learn that multitaskers usually A. drive very skillfully C. fail to react quickly to potential dangers

B. go in for different tasks D. refuse to explain the reasons for their behavior

第二节(共 5 小题;每小题 2 分。共 10 分) 根据短文内容,从短文后的七个选项中选出正确的填入 空白处。选项中有两项为多余选项。 Urbanization Until relatively recently, the vast majority of human beings lived and died without ever seeing a city. The first city was probably founded no more than 5,500 years ago. 71_ . In fact, nearly everyone lived on farms or in

tiny rural (乡村的) villages. It was not until the 20th century that Great Britain became the first urban society in history— a society in which the majority of people live in cities and do not farm for a living. Britain was only the beginning. 72_ .The process of urbanization— the migration (迁移) of people from the

countryside to the city— was the result of modernization, which has rapidly transformed how people live and where they live. In 1990, fewer than 40% of Americans lived in urban areas. Today, over 82% of Americans live in cities. Only about 2% live on farms. 73 .

Large cities were impossible until agriculture became industrialized. Even in advanced agricultural societies. It took about ninety-five people on farms to feed five people in cities. _74 . Until modern times, those living in

cities were mainly the ruling elite(精英) and the servants, laborers and professionals who served them. Cities survived by taxing farmers and were limited in size by the amount of surplus food that the rural population produced and by the ability to move this surplus from farm to city. Over the past two centuries, the Industrial Revolution has broken this balance between the city and the country. 75_ . Today, instead of needing ninety-five farmers to feed five city people, one American farmer is able to feed more than a hundred non-farmers. A. That kept cities very small. B. The rest live in small towns. C. The effects of urban living on people should be considered. D. Soon many other industrial nations become urban societies. E. But even 200 years ago, only a few people could live in cities. F. Modernization drew people to the cities and made farmers more productive. G. Modern cities have destroyed social relations and the health of human beings. 第四部分:书面表达(共两节,15 分) 第一节 情景作文(20 分) 假设你是红星中学高三(1)班的学生李华,请按照以下四幅图的先后顺序,用英文写一篇周记。记 述爸爸出 差期间,妈妈生病,你照顾她的过程。 注意:1. 周记的开头已经为你写好。 2. 词数不少于 60.

Last Monday, 第二节 开放作文(15 分) 请根据下面提示。写一篇作文。词数不少于 50. You are discussing the following picture with your English friend Jim. Now you are telling him how you understand the picture and what makes you think so.

答 案 第一部分:听力 1-5:ACABB 6-10:BACCB 11-15:CCABA 16.Cyril /CYRIL 17. Street /ST. 18. 74829365 19. Large 20. Cash 第二部分: 第一节:单选 21-25: DACBB 25-30: CDBDA 31-35: BCCDA 第二节: 完形 36-40: CAADB 41-45:BCDCD 46-50:ACBDA 51-55:BDCAB

第三部分: 阅读 56-60: BADAC 61-65: CDBBA 66-70:DDACC 71-75: EDBAF 第四部分:作文 第一节:情景作文 内容要点:1. 告别 2.生病 3.照顾. 4.夸奖 Last Monday, my father said goodbye to my mother and me and went on a business trip. He would be away for three days. Just the next morning, I found my mother wasn‘t feeling well. She had a cold. I immediately went to get her some medicine and then prepared some noodles for her, with my special care. My mother recovere d quickly. When my father came back home, my mother told him what had happened he praised me for what I had done. I feel very happy that I have done something for my mother 第二节 开放作文 I think the picture is telling us that there is usually a difference between one‘s dream and reality. People need to learn to face it. Everyone has his dream, however, it is not so easy for people to realize their dreams every time. Just like the man in the picture, instead of the big fish he wishes for. He actually catches a small one. In my opinion, People need to learn to accept the reality and keep on trying. With another try, they may gain what they dream of.

5. 2013 年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试英语(天津卷)
第一部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分 45 分) 第一节:单项填空(共 15 小题,每小题 1 分,满分 15 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。 1.—I‘m going to Venice next week. — .Carnival will be held then. Have fun! B. You‘re lucky C. You‘d better not a band. C. wave D. want meaningful things to do. D. the most D. You never know

A. You‘re crazy

2.If you are in trouble, Mike is always willing to A. lend B. shake

3.I think watching TV every evening is a waste of time—-there are A. less B. more C. the least

4.—Mary‘s been offered a job in a university, but she doesn‘t want to take it.



? It‘s a very good chance. B. So what C. Who cares D. How why

A. Guess what 5.

small, the company has about 1,000 buyers in over 30 countries. A. As B. If C. Although D. Once

6. We have launched another man-made satellite, A. that B. which

is announced in today‘s newspaper. C. who D. what

7.While she was in Paris, she developed a A. way B. relation

for fine art. C. taste D. habit

8.I had hoped to take a holiday this year but I wasn‘t able to A. get away 9. No one A. could B. drop in C. check out D. hold on

be more generous, he has a heart of gold. B. must C. dare D. need in daily conversations. D. used

10. In some languages,100 words make up half of all words A. using B. to use

C. having used she mentioned her own plan. C. why

11. It was not until near the end of the letter A. that B. where

D. when

12. At our factory there are a few machines similar to A. them B. these

described in this magazine. C. those D. ones one of the main pipes. D. are repairing able to speak it much better now. D. would have been

13. The water supply has been cut off temporarily because the workers A. had repaired B. have repaired C. repaired

14. If he had spent more time practising speaking English before, he A. will be 15. B. would be C. has been

I want to tell you is the deep love and respect I have for my parents. B. Which C. Whether D. What

A. That

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,掌握其大意,然后从 16~35 各题所给出的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中选出最佳选项。 As I held my father‘s hands one night, I couldn‘t help but notice their calluses(老茧)and roughness. His hands tell the story of his life as a 16 ,including all his struggles.

One summer, I remember, a drought (旱灾)hit Ontario, turning it into a mornings I was picking sweet corn with my dad to fill the last

17

desert. On one of those hot

18 from the grocery store. Fifty dozen was all quickly. After forty

we needed, which 19 took twenty minutes. That morning, however, the process didn‘t 20

minutes of aimlessly walking in the field, we 21 needed twenty dozen. I was completely frustrated and 22 .Dropping the basket heavily, I declared, ―If the store wants its last twenty dozen, they can pick it

themselves1‖Dad 23 .―Just think, my little girl, only ten dozen left for each of us and then we‘re 24 .‖ Such is Dad—-whatever problem he 25 ,he never gives up. 26 , the disastrous effects of the 27 Dad remained optimistic. He 29

drought were felt all over our county. It was a challenging time for everyone, 28

to be grateful for other things like good health and food on our plated. Only then did I truly begin to

Dad and his faith that guided us through the hard times. Dad is also a living example of real 30 .From dawn to dusk, he walks countless hours to 31 our family.

He always puts our happiness 32 his own, and never fails to cheer me on at my sports games 33 his exhaustion after long days. His loving and selfless nature has inspired me to become more sympathetic and 34 putting others first. Dad, the life 35 I have learned from you will stay with me forever. You are my father, teacher, friend and, most importantly, my hero. 16.A. teacher 17.A. stormy 18.A. order 19.A. repeatedly 20.A. go 21.A. yet 22.A. surprised 23.A. apologized 24.A. lost 25.A. meets with 26.A. Thankfully 27.A. or B. gardener B. lively B. form B. normally B. begin B. still B. nervous B. cried B. done B. brings up B. Hopefully B. for C. farmer C. disappearing C. gap C. finally C. occur C. even C. angry C. complained C. gone C. works out C. Unfortunately C. so D. grocer D. burning D. position D. really D. change D. nearly D. frightened D. laughed D. touched D. thinks about D. Strangely D. but

28.A. happened 29.A. face 30.A. love 31.A. support 32.A. after 33.A. in spite of 34.A. careful 35.A. history

B. seemed B. appreciate B. pride B. settle B. before B. in terms of B. regretful B. motto

C. continued C. examine C. friendship C. start C. beside C. in control of C. considerate C. patterns

D. aimed D. question D. honesty D. impress D. under D. in place of D. humorous D. lessons

第二部分: 阅读理解(共 20 小题;每小题 2.5 分,满分 50 分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出最佳选项。 A Guide to Stockholm University Library Our library offers different types of studying places and provides a good studying environment. Zones The library is divided into different zones. The upper floor is a quiet zone with over a thousand places for silent reading,and places where you can sit and work with your own computer. The reading places consist mostly of tables and chairs. The ground floor is the zone where you can talk. Here you can find sofas and armchairs for group work. Computers You can use your own computer to connect to the wi-fi specially prepared for notebook computers,your can also use library computers,which contain the most commonly used applications,such as Microsoft Office. They are situated in the area known as the Experimental Field on the ground floor. Group-study places If you want to discuss freely without disturbing others,you can book a study room or sit at a table on the ground floor. Some study rooms are for 2-3 people and others can hold up to 6-8 people. All rooms are marked on the library maps. There are 40 group-study rooms that must be booked via the website. To book,you need an active University account and a valid University card. You can use a room three hours per day,nine hours at most per week.

Storage of Study Material The library has lockers for students to store course literature,When you have obtained at least 40 credits(学 分),you may rent a locker and pay 400 SEK for a year‘s rental period. Rules to be Followed Mobile phone conversations are not permitted anywhere in the librar. Keep your phone on silent as if you were in a lecture and exit the library if you need to receive calls. Please note that food and fruit are forbidden in the library, but you are allowed to have drinks and sweets with you. 36. The library‘s upper floor is mainly for students to A. read in a quiet place C. take comfortable seats 37. Library computers on the ground floor A. help students with their field experiments B. contain software essential for schoolwork C . are for those who wan to access the wi-fi D. are mostly used for filling out application forms 38. What condition should be met to book a group-study room? A group must consist of 8 people C. One should first register at the university 39. A student can rent a locker in the library if he A. can afford the rental fee C. has nowhere to put his books 40. What should NOT be brought into the library? A. Mobile phones B. Orange juice. C. Candy B Last night‘s meteor(流星) shower left many people in the community dissatisfied and demanding answers. According to Gabe Rothsclild, Emerald Valley‘s mayor,people gathered in the suburbs of the city, carrying heavy telescopes,expecting to watch the brightly burning meteors passing through the sky. What they found instead was D. Sandwiches B. attends certain coursed D. has earned the required credits B. Three-hour use per day is the minimum D. Applicants must mark the room on the map B. have group discussions D. get their computers fixed

a sky so brightened by the city‘s lights that it darkened the light of the meteors passing overhead. ―My family was so frustrated,‖ admitted town resident Duane Cosby, ―We wanted to make this an unforgettable family outing,but it turned out to be a huge disappointments. ‖ Astronomers—scientists who study stars and planets—-have been complaining about this problem for decades. They say that light pollution prevents them from seeing objects in the sky that they could see quite easily in the past. They call on people and the government to take measures to fight against it. There is yet a population besides professional and amateur star observers that suffers even more from light pollution. This population consists of birds,bats frogs,snakes,etc. For example,outdoor lighting severely affects migrating(迁徙的)birds. According to the International Dark-Sky Association. ―100 million birds a year throughout North America die in crashes with lighted buildings and towers. ‖ Countless more animals casualties(伤亡)result from the use of artificial lighting. Clearly,people enjoy the benefits of lighting their evenings,but some scientists think it can be harmful for humans,too. They worry that exposure to light while sleeping can increase person‘s chances of getting cancer. Emerald Valley is only one community that is becoming aware of the negative effects of hight pollution. For years,Flagstaff,Arizona,has enforced lighting regulations in its city in order to assist astronomers at the Lowell Observatory. Similar efforts have been made worldwide,and a movement is underway to remind us to turn off lights when we are not using them,so that other creatures can share the night. 41.It happened last night that A.the city‘s lights affected the meteor watching C. the city light show attracted many people 42. What do the astronomers complain about? A. Meteor showers occur less often than before C. Light pollution has remained unsolved for years B. Their observation equipment is in poor repair D. Their eyesight is failing due to artificial lighting B. the meteors flew past before being noticed D. the meteor watching ended up a social outing

43. What the author concerned about according to Paragraph 4? A. Birds may take other migration paths B. Animal‘living habits may change suddenly C. Varieties of animals will become sharply reduced D. Animals‘survival is threatened by outdoor lighting

44. Lighting regulations in Flagstaff,Arizona are put into effect to A. Lessen the chance of getting cancer C. ensure citizens a good sleep at night 45. What message does the author most want to give us? A. Saving wildlife is saving ourselves B. Great efforts should be made to save energy C. Human activities should be environmentally friendly D. New equipment should be introduced for space study C Poet William Stafford once said that we are defined more by the detours(绕行路)in life that by the narrow road toward goals. I like this image. But I as quite by accident that I discovered the deep meaning of his words. For years we made the long drive from our home in Seattle to my parents‘ home in Boise in nine hours. We traveled the way most people do:the fastest,shortest easiest road,especially when ai was alone with four noisy,restless kids who hates confinement(限制)and have strong opinions about everything. Road trips felt risky,so I would drive fast,stopping only when I had to. We would stick to the freeways and arrive tired. But then Banner,our lamb was born. He was rejected by his mama days before our planned trip to Boise. I had two choices:leave Banner with my husband,or take him with me. My husband made the decision for me. That is how I found my self on the road with four kids,a baby lamb and nothing but my everlasting optimism to see me through. We took the country roads out of necessity. We had to stop every hour, let Banner shke out his legs and feed him. The kids chased him and one another. They‘d get back in the car breathless and energized, smelling fresh from the cold air. We explored side roads, catching grasshoppers in waist-high grass. Even if we simply looked out of the car windows at baby pigs following their mother, or fish leaping out of the water, it was better than the best ride down the freeway. Here was life. And new horizons(见识). We eventually arrived at my parents‘ doorstep astonishingly fresh and full of stories I grew brave with the trip back home and creative with my disciplining technique. On an empty section of road, everyone started quarreling. I stopped the car, ordered all kids out and told them to meet me up ahead. I parked my B. create an ideal observation condition D. enable all creatures to live in harmony

car half a mile away and read my book in sweet silence. Some road trips are by necessity fast and straight. But that trip with Banner opened our eyes to a world available to anyon adventurous enough to wander around and made me realize that a detour may uncover the best part of a journey—-and the best part of yourself. 46. Why did the author use to take freeways to her parents‘ home? A. It was less time C. Her kids would feel less confined 47. The author stopped regularly on the country roads to A. relax in the fresh air C. take care of the lamb B. take a dep breath D. let the kids play with Banner B. It would be faster and safer D. She felt better with other drivers nearby

48. What does the author discover from the trip according to Paragraph 6? A. Freeways are where beauty hides. B. Getting close to nature adds to the joy of life C. Enjoying the beauty of nature benefits one‘s health D. One should follow side roads to watch wild animals 49. Why did the author ask the kids to get out of the car on their way back home? A. To give herself some time to read C. To play a game with them. 50. What could be the best title for the passage? A. Charm of the Detour C. Creativity out of Necessity D When asked about happiness, we usually think of something extraordinary, an absolute delight, which seems to get rarer the older we get. For kids, happiness has a magical quality. Their delight at winning a race or getting a new bike is unreserved(毫不掩饰的). In the teenage years the concept of happiness changes. Suddenly it‘s conditional on such things as excitement, love and popularity. I can still recall the excitement of being invited to dance with the most attractive boy at the B. The Road to Bravery D. Road trip and Country Life B. To order some food for them D. To let them cool down

school party. In adulthood the things that bring deep joy—-love, marriage, birth—-also bring responsibility and the risk of loss. For adults, happiness is complicated(复杂的) My definition for happiness is ―the capacity for enjoyment‖. The more we can enjoy what we have, the happier we are. It‘s easy to overlook the pleasure we get from the company of friends, the freedom to live where we please, and even goo health. I experienced my little moments of pleasure yesterday. First I was overjoyed when I shut the last lunch-box and had the house to myself. Then I spent an uninterrupted morning writing, which I love. When the kids and my husband came home, I enjoyed their noise after the quiet of the day. Psychologists tell us that to be happy we need a mix of enjoyable leisure time and satisfying work. I don‘t think that my grandmother, who raised 14 children, had much of either. She did have a network of close friends and family, and maybe this is what satisfied her. We, however, with so many choices and such pressure to succeed in every area, have turned happiness into one more thing we‘ve got to have. We‘ve so self-conscious about our ―right‖ to it that it‘s making us miserable. So we chase it and equal it with wealth and success, without noticing that the people who have those things aren‘t necessarily happier Happiness isn‘t about what happens to us—-it‘s about how we see what happens to us. It‘s the skillful way of finding a positive for every negative. It‘s not wishing for what we don‘t have,but enjoying what we do possess. 51. As people grow older, they . B. associate their happiness less with others D. tend to believe responsibility means happiness

A. feel it harder to experience happiness C. will take fewer risks in pursuing happiness

52. What can we learn about the author from Paragraph 5 and 6? A. She cares little about her own health C. She is easily pleased by things in daily life 53. What can b informed from Paragraph 7? A. Psychologists think satisfying work is key to happiness B. Psychologists‘ opinion is well proved by Grandma‘ s case C. Grandma often found time for social gatherings B. She enjoys the freedom of traveling D. She prefers getting pleasure from housework

D. Grandma‘s happiness came from modest expectations of life 54. People who equal happiness with wealth and success A. consider pressure something blocking their way C. are at a loss to make correct choices 55. What can be concluded from the passage? A. Happiness lies between the positive and the negative C. Success leads to happiness 英语 笔试 B. Each man is the master of his own fate D. Happy is he who is content B. stress then right to happiness too much D. are more likely to be happy

第Ⅱ 卷 注意事项: 1.用黑色墨水的钢笔或签字笔将答案写在答题卡上。 2.本卷共 6 小题,共 35 分。 第三部分: 写作 第一节:阅读表达(共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) 阅读短文,并按照题目要求用英语回答问题。 My name is Clara. I still remember that chilly December day, sitting in science class. I‘d finished a worksheet early and picked up a TIME for Kids magazine. A piece of news caught my eye: NASA was holding an essay contest to name its Mars rover(火星探测器).Before I even knew anything else about it, a single word flooded my 11-year-old mind, Curiosity. I couldn‘t want for the bell to ring so I could get started on my essay. That afternoon, I raced home, sat down at the computer, and typed until my fingers ached. ―Curiosity is an everlasting flame that burns in everyone’s mind...‖ Five months later, my mom received a phone call, and immediately, a wide smile spread across her face. On August 5,2012,at 10:31 p.m, the rover named Curiosity touched down safely on the surface of Mars, and I was honored to have a front-row seat in NASA. Curiosity is such an important part of who I am. I have always been fascinated by the stars, the planets, the sky and the universe. I remember as a little girl, my grandmother and I would sit together in the backyard for hours. She‘d tell me stories and point out the stars, Grandma lived in China, thousands of miles away from my home in

Kansas, but the stars kept us together even when we were apart. They were always there, yet there was so much I didn‘t know about them. That‘s what I love so much about space. People often ask me why we go to faraway places like Mares. My answer is simple because we‘re curious. We human beings do not just hole up in one place. We are constantly wondering and trying to find out what‘s over the hill and beyond the horizon. 56.How did Clara get the new about the essay contest?( no more than 10 words) 57.Why did Clara have a front-row seat in NASA?( no more than 10 words) 58.What does Clara remember about the time spent with Grandma?( no more than 15 words) 59.What does the underlined phrase ―hole up‖ mean?(1 word) 60.In your opinion, why is curiosity important?( no more than 20 words) 五、书面表达 61.假设你是某大学的学生李津, 你校英语俱乐部将选举新一届副主席, 负责规划、 组织俱乐部的相关活动, 你欲参选,请按以下提示,写一篇竞选演讲稿。 ? ? ? ? 注意: 1. 2. 3. 4. 词数不少于 100; 请勿提及真实学校姓名 可适当的加入细节,以使内容充实,行文连贯; 开头、结尾已给出,不计入总词数。 个人的优势介绍(如性格、特长等) 组织校内的活动的设想(如举办讲座、英语晚会等) 组织校际交流活动的设想(如举办辩论赛、演讲比赛等) 表达竞选的愿望。

参考词汇: 副主席:vice president 竞选: run for Good afternoon, my dear friends, My name is Li Jin, Thank you.

参考答案 单选 1-15 完形 16-35 阅读 36-55 阅读表达 第二节 By reading a Time for Kids magazine Or: From a Time for kids magazine 57.She won the essay contest held by NASA. Or: She named the Mars rover ‖Curiosity‖ Or: ―Curiosity‖ was chosen as the name of the Mars rover 58.She sat together with Grandma listening to her stories about the stars Or: Her grandma told her stories about the stars Or: They sat together talking about the stars. 59.Stay/Remain/Live/Hide 60.Curiosity is important because it leads to discovery or invention. Or: With curiosity,we keep asking questions and exploring the world unknown Or: Curiosity drives us through our lives so that we never stop wondering about the things beyond our knowledge. Good afternoon, my dear friends, My name is Li Jin. I feel excited to have the honor of running for vice president of our English Club. I think I am fully qualified for the job. Firstly, I am easygoing and can communicate with others in English fluently. Secondly, as a dynamic person, I have rich experience in organizing activities, such as English parties and all kinds of lectures. I will make good plans and spare no efforts to do more exchanges with other schools by holding English Speech Competition and debates if I get the chance. If I am lucky enough to be elected, I will make great contributions to serve students and try to make their life more colorful! I sincerely hope you can give me a chance. Thank you! BABDC CDABA ABCDD BCAAD BCDBA ACDBC ACDBD CDCBA BCBDA ABACD ACDBD

6.2013 年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试英语(上海卷)

第Ⅰ 卷(共 105 分)
I. Listening Comprehension

Section A Directions: In section A, you will hear ten short conversations between two speakers. At the end of each conversation, a question will be asked about what was said. The conversation and the question will be spoken only once. After you hear a conversation and the question about it, read the four possible answers on your paper, and decide which one is the best answer to the question you have heard. 1. A. A basketball player. C. A window washer. 2. A. She is not hungry. C. She is not tired. 3. A. Promising. B. Isolated B. A laundry worker. D. A rock climber B. She wants to cook. D. She wants to dine out. C. Crowded. B. To a gymnasium. D. To a news stand. B. The food is not tasty enough. D. The food is worth the price. B. She also finds the book difficult to read. D. She knows well how to remember names. B. The post office is closed for the day. D. The delivery boy has been dismissed. B. She will skip the class to see the film. D. She does not want to see a film. B. School learning is a must for fashion designers. D. The woman should become a fashion designer. B. Drivers usually obey traffic rules. D. The police stop most drivers for speeding D. Modern

4. A. To a stationery shop. C. To a paint store. 5. A. The man can see a different view. C. The man cannot afford the food. 6. A. She reads different kinds of books. C. She is impressed by the characters. 7. A. The man will go to the post office. C. The woman is expecting the newspaper. 8. A. She is not sure if she can join them. C. She will ask the professor for leave. 9. A. Fashion designing is a booming business. C. He hopes to attend a good fashion school. 10. A. Few people drive within the speed limit. C. The speed limit is really reasonable. Section B

Directions: In section B, you will hear two short passages, and you will be asked three questions on each of the passages. The passages will be read twice, but the questions will be spoken only once. When you hear a question, read the four possible answers on your paper, and decide which one would be the best answer to the question you

have heard. Questions 11 through 13 are based on the following passage. 11. A. A book publisher. C. A magazine editor. 12. A. Some training experience. C. Russian assistants' help. 13. A. Lynn‘s devotion to the family. C. Lynn‘s great performance at work. B. A company manager. D. A school principal. B. A happy family. D. A good memory. B. Lynn‘s busy and successful life. D. Lynn‘s efficiency in conducting programs.

Questions 14 through 16 are based on the following passage. 14. A. Economic questions. C. Academic questions. 15. A. Work experience. C. Problem-solving abilities. 16. A. Features of different types of interview. C. Changes in three interview models. Section C Directions: In section C, you will hear two longer conversations. The conversations will be read twice. After you hear each conversation, you are required to fill in the numbered blanks with the information you have heard. Write your answers on your answer sheet. Blanks 17 through 20 are based on the following conversation. Complete the form. Write ONE WORD for each answer. Latest Conference Information Date: Place: Registration fee: Speaker: Speech topic: 8th 17 Palace 18 , Shanghai $ 19 Carla Marisco from Milan University Opportunities and Risks in the 20 B. Routine questions. D. Challenging questions. B. Educational qualifications. D. Information-gathering abilities. B. Skills in asking interview questions. D. Suggestions for different job interviews.

Market

Blanks 21 through 24 are based on the following conversation. Complete the form. Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer.

An Interview with David, a Skateboarding (滑板运动) Lover What was David's schoolwork like? What was his only problem at school? Why did he say the new headmaster He let students 23 of their own. was wonderful? How was his new style different from It was robot-like, with other skaters? 24 . He was able to get his schoolwork done 21 . He was unable to 22 in class.

II. Grammar and Vocabulary
Section A 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. 25. — I‘m looking for a nearby place for my holiday. Any good ideas? — How about the Moon Lake? It is ________ easy reach of the city. A. by B. beyond C. within D. from

26. Those who smoke heavily should remind ________ of health, the bad smell and the feelings of other people. A. theirs B. them C. themselves D. oneself

27. Bob called to tell his mother that he couldn‘t enter the house, for he ________ his key at school. A. had left B. would leave C. was leaving D. has left

28. It‘s a ________ clock, made of brass and dating from the nineteenth century. A. charming French small C. small French charming B. French small charming D. charming small French

29. The school board is made up of parents who ________ to make decisions about school affairs. A. had been elected C. have been elected B. had elected D. have elected

30. They promised to develop a software package by the end of this year, ________ they might have. A. however difficult C. whatever difficulty B. how difficult D. what difficulty

31. The judges gave no hint of what they thought, so I left the room really ________. A. to be worried B. to worry C. having worried D. worried

32. The students are looking forward to having an opportunity ________ society for real-life experience. A. explore B. to explore C. exploring D. explored

33. I have no idea ________ the cell phone isn‘t working, so could you fix it for me? A. what B. why C. if D. which

34. Young people may risk ________ deaf if they are exposed to very loud music every day. A. to go B. to have gone C. going D. having gone

35. Sophia got an e-mail ________ her credit card account number. A. asking for B. ask for C. asked for D. having asked for

36. I cannot hear the professor clearly as there is too much noise ________ I am sitting. A. before B. until C. unless D. where

37. ________ at the photos, illustrations, title and headings and you can guess what the reading is about. A. To look B. Looking C. Having looked D. Look

38. An ecosystem consists of the living and nonliving things in an area ________ interact with one another. A. that B. where C. who D. what

39. Among the crises that face humans ________ the lack of natural resources. A. is B. are C. is there D. are there

40. Some people care much about their appearance and always ask if they look fine in ________ they are wearing. A. that Section B Directions: Complete the following passage by using the words in the box. Each word can only be used once. Note that there is one word more than you need. A. restore F. locating B. recall G. instead C. processing H. fascinating D. previously I. elsewhere E. necessary J. composition 41 of our B. what C. how D. which

As infants, we can recognize our mothers within hours of birth. In fact, we can recognize the mother‘s face well before we can recognize her body shape. It‘s 42

how the brain can carry out such a function

at such a young age, especially since we don‘t learn to walk and talk until we are over a year old. By the time we are adults, we have the ability to distinguish around 100,000 faces. How can we remember so many faces when many of us find it difficult to 43 such a simple thing as a phone number? The exact process is not yet fully

understood, but research around the world has begun to define the specific areas of the brain and processes 44 for facial recognition. Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology believe that they have succeeded in 45 a

specific area of the brain called the fusiform face area (FFA), which is used only for facial recognition. This means that recognition of familiar objects such as our clothes or cars, is from 46 in the brain. Researchers also have found that the brain needs to see the whole face for recognition to take place. It had been 47 thought that

we only needed to see certain facial features. Meanwhile, research at University College London has found that facial recognition is not a single process, but 48 involves three steps. The first step appears to be an analysis of

the physical features of a person‘s face, which is similar to how we scan the bar codes of our groceries. In the next step, the brain decides whether the face we are looking at is already known or unknown to us. And finally, the brain furnishes the information we have collected about the person whose face we are looking at. This complex 49 is done in a split second so that we can behave quickly when reacting to certain situations.

III. Reading Comprehension
Section A 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. Over the past few decades, more and more countries have opened up the markets, increasingly transforming the world economy into one free-flowing global market. The question is:Is economic globalization 50 for all? 51 in

According to the World Bank, one of its chief supporters, economic globalization has helped reduce

a large number of developing countries. It quotes one study that shows increased wealth 52 to improved education and longer life in twenty-four developing countries as a result of integration (融合) of local economies into the world economy. Home to some three billion people, these twenty-four countries have seen incomes 53 at an average rate of five percent—compared to two percent in developed countries. Those who 54 globalization claim that economies in developing countries will benefit from new

opportunities for small and home-based businesses. 55 , small farmers in Brazil who produce nuts that would

originally have sold only in

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open-air markets can now promote their goods worldwide by the Internet. the gap between the rich

Critics take a different view, believing that economic globalization is actually 57

and poor. A study carried out by the U.N.-sponsored World Commission on the Social Dimension of Globalization shows that only a few developing countries have actually 58 from integration into the world economy and that 59 , they maintain that

the poor, the uneducated, unskilled workers, and native peoples have been left behind.

globalization may eventually threaten emerging businesses. For example, Indian craftsmen who currently seem to benefit from globalization because they are able to could pot them out of 60 their products may soon face fierce competition that

61 . When large-scale manufacturers start to produce the same goods, or when superstores 62 and will be crowded out.

like Wal-Mart move in, these small businesses will not be able to

One thing is certain about globalization—there is no 63 . Advances in technology combined with more open policies have already created an interconnected world. The 64 now is finding a way to create a kind of globalization that works for the benefit of all. 50. A. possible 51. A. crime 52. A. contributing 53. A. remain 54. A. doubt 55. A. In addition 56. A. mature 57. A. finding 58. A. suffered 59. A. Furthermore 60. A. consume 61. A. trouble 62. A. keep up 63. A. taking off 64. A. agreement Section B B. smooth B. poverty B. responding B. drop B. define B. For instance B. new B. exploring B. profited B. Therefore B. deliver B. business B. come in B. getting along B. prediction C. good C. conflict C. turning C. shift C. advocate C. In other words C. local C. bridging C. learned C. However C. export C. power C. go around C. holding out C. outcome D. easy D. population D. owing D. increase D. ignore D. All in all D. foreign D. widening D. withdrawn D. Otherwise D. advertise D. mind D. help out D. turning back D. challenge

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 you have just read. A For some people, music is no fun at all. About four percent of the population is what scientists call ―amusic.‖ People who are amusic are born without the ability to recognize or reproduce musical notes (音调). Amusic people often cannot tell the difference between two songs. Amusics can only hear the difference between two notes if they are very far apart on the musical scale. As a result, songs sound like noise to an amusic. Many amusics compare the sound of music to pieces of metal hitting each other. Life can be hard for amusics. Their inability to enjoy music set them apart from others. It can be difficult for other people to identify with their condition. In fact, most people cannot begin to grasp what it feels like to be amusic. Just going to a restaurant or a shopping mall can be uncomfortable or even painful. That is why many amusics intentionally stay away from places where there is music. However, this can result in withdrawal and social isolation. ―I used to hate parties,‖ says Margaret, a seventy-year-old woman who only recently discovered that she was amusic. By studying people like Margaret, scientists are finally learning how to identify this unusual condition. Scientists say that the brains of amusics are different from the brains of people who can appreciate music. The difference is complex, and it doesn‘t involve defective hearing. Amusics can understand other nonmusical sounds well. They also have no problems understanding ordinary speech. Scientists compare amusics to people who just can‘t see certain colors. Many amusics are happy when their condition is finally diagnosed (诊断). For years, Margaret felt embarrassed about her problem with music. Now she knows that she is not alone. There is a name for her condition. That makes it easier for her to explain. ―When people invite me to a concert, I just say, ?No thanks, I‘m amusic,‘‖ says Margaret. ―I just wish I had learned to say that when I was seventeen and not seventy.‖ 65. Which of the following is true of amusics? A. Listening to music is far from enjoyable for them. B. They love places where they are likely to hear music. C. They can easily tell two different songs apart.

D. Their situation is well understood by musicians. 66. According to paragraph 3, a person with ―defective hearing‖ is probably one who __________. A. dislikes listening to speeches C. has a hearing problem B. can hear anything nonmusical D. lacks a complex hearing system

67. In the last paragraph, Margaret expressed her wish that __________. A. her problem with music had been diagnosed earlier B. she were seventeen years old rather than seventy C. her problem could be easily explained D. she were able to meet other amusics 68. What is the passage mainly concerned with? A. Amusics‘ strange behaviours. C. Musical talent and brain structure. B. Some people‘s inability to enjoy music. D. Identification and treatment of amusics. B Home Laundry Automatic Dryer Product Full Two Year Warranty (保修) Limited Five Year Warranty on Cabinet (机箱) Warranty Provides for: FIRST TWO YEARS Amana will repair or replace any faulty part free of charge. THIRD THRU FIFTH YEARS Amana will provide a free replacement part for any cabinet which proves faulty due to rust (生锈)。 Warranty Limitations: Owner’s Responsibilities: ? Warranty begins at date of original purchase. ? Provide sales receipt. ? Applies only to product used within the United ? Normal care and maintenance. States or in Canada if product is approved by ? Having the product reasonably Canadian Standards Association when shipped accessible for service. from factory. ? Pay for service calls related to product ? Products used on a commercial or rental basis installation or usage instructions. not covered by this warranty. ? Pay for extra service costs, over normal ? Service must be performed by an Amana service charges, if servicer is requested 69. servicer. to Warranty Limitations, a product can be under warranty if __________. According to perform service outside servicer‘s ? Adjustments covered during first year only. A. shipped from a Canadian factory normal business hours. B. rented for home use

C. repaired by the user himself D. used inno event shall Amana be responsible Warranty Does Not Cover It If: In the U.S.A. ? Product has damage due to product alteration, for consequential damages.﹡ 70. According to Owner’s Responsibilities, an owner has to pay for __________. connection to an improper electrical supply, *This warranty gives you specific legal shipping and handling, accident, fire, floods, rights, and you may have others which lightning or other conditions beyond the control vary from state to state. For example, of Amana. some states do not allow the exclusion or ? Product is improperly installed or applied. limitation of consequential damages, so this exclusion may not apply to you.

A. the loss of the sales receipt C. the product installation

B. a servicer‘s overtime work D. a mechanic‘s transportation

71. Which of the following is true according to the warranty? A. Consequential damages are excluded across America. B. A product damaged in a natural disaster is covered by the warranty. C. A faulty cabinet due to rust can be replaced free in the second year. D. Free repair is available for a product used improperly in the first year. C A team of engineers at Harvard University has been inspired by Nature to create the first robotic fly. The mechanical fly has become a platform for a series of new high-tech integrated systems. Designed to do what a fly does naturally, the tiny machine is the size of a fat housefly. Its mini wings allow it to stay in the air and perform controlled flight tasks. ―It‘s extremely important for us to think about this as a whole system and not just the sum of a bunch of individual components (元件),‖ said Robert Wood, the Harvard engineering professor who has been working on the robotic fly project for over a decade. A few years ago, his team got the go-ahead to start piecing together the components. ―The added difficulty with a project like this is that actually none of those components are off the shelf and so we have to develop them all on our own,‖ he said. They engineered a series of systems to start and drive the robotic fly. ―The seemingly simple system which just moves the wings has a number of interdependencies on the individual components, each of which individually has to perform well, but then has to be matched well to everything it‘s connected to,‖ said Wood. The flight device was built into a set of power, computation, sensing and control systems. Wood says the success of the project proves that the flying robot with these tiny components can be built and manufactured. While this first robotic flyer is linked to a small, off-board power source, the goal is eventually to equip it with a built-in power source, so that it might someday perform data-gathering work at rescue sites, in farmers‘ fields or on the battlefield. ―Basically it should be able to take off, land and fly around,‖ he said. Wood says the design offers a new way to study flight mechanics and control at insect-scale. Yet, the power, sensing and computation technologies on board could have much broader applications. ―You can start thinking about using them to answer open scientific questions, you know, to study biology in ways that would be difficult

with the animals, but using these robots instead,‖ he said. ―So there are a lot of technologies and open interesting scientific questions that are really what drives us on a day to day basis.‖ 72. The difficulty the team of engineers met with while making the robotic fly was that __________. A. they had no model in their mind C. they had no ready-made components B. they did not have sufficient time D. they could not assemble the components

73. It can be inferred from paragraphs 3 and 4 that the robotic fly __________. A. consists of a flight device and a control system B. can just fly in limited areas at the present time C. can collect information from many sources D. has been put into wide application 74. Which of the following can be learned from the passage? A. The robotic flyer is designed to learn about insects. B. Animals are not allowed in biological experiments. C. There used to be few ways to study how insects fly. D. Wood‘s design can replace animals in some experiments. 75. Which of the following might be the best title of the passage? A. Father of Robotic Fly C. Robotic Fly Imitates Real Life Insect Section C Directions: Read the following text and choose the most suitable heading from A—F for each paragraph. There is one extra heading which you do not need. A. Healthy way of life giving way to overuse of medicine B. Different findings as to taking additional vitamin C. EU‘s response to overuse of health products D. Worrying increase in multivitamin advertising E. EU directive for the benefit of individuals F. EU directive against prediction in novels 76. The use of health supplements such as multivitamin tablets has increased greatly in the western world. B. Inspiration from Engineering Science D. Harvard Breaks Through in Insect Study

People take these supplements because advertising suggests that they prevent a range of medical conditions from developing. However, there is concern that people are consuming worryingly high doses of these supplements and the European Union (EU) has issued a directive that will ban the sale of a wide range of them. This EU directive should be supported. 77. Research suggests that people who take Vitamin C supplements of over 5000 milligrams a day are more likely to develop cancer. This shows how much damage these health supplements do to people‘s health. A spokesman for the health supplement industry has argued that other research shows that Vitamin C supplements help prevent heart disease, but we can dismiss this evidence as it is from a biased source. 78. Science fiction of the 1960s and 1970s predicted that pills would replace meals as the way in which people would get the fuel they needed. This, it was argued, would mean a more efficient use of time as people wouldn‘t have to waste it preparing or eating meals. The EU directive would help prevent this nightmare of pills replacing food becoming a reality. 79. Peop0le already take too many pills instead of adopting a healthier lifestyle. For example, the consumption of painkillers in Britain in 1998 was 21 tablets per year for every man, woman and child in the country. People do not need all these pills. 80. Some might argue that the EU directive denies people‘s right to freedom of choice. However, there are many legal examples for such intervention when it is in the individual‘s best interests. We now make people wear seatbelts rather than allowing them to choose to do so. Opposing the EU directive would mean beneficial measures like this would be threatened. Section D Directions: Read the passage carefully. Then answer the questions or complete the statements in the fewest possible words. A study of more than five million books, both fiction and non-fiction, has found a marked decline in the use of emotional words over time. The researchers form the University of Bristol used Google Ngram Viewer, a

facility for finding the frequency of terms in scanned books, to search for more than 600 particular words identified as representing anger, dislike, fear, joy, sadness and surprise. They found that almost all of the categories (类别) showed a drop in these ―mood words‖ over time. Only in the category of fear was there an increase in usage. ―It is a steady and continuous decrease,‖ said Dr Alberto Acerbi. He assumed that the result might be explained by a change in the position occupied by literature, in a crowded media landscape. ―One thing could be that in parallel to books the 20th century saw the start of other media. Maybe these media—movies, radio, drama—had more emotional content than books.‖ Although both joy and sadness followed the general downwards trend, the research, published in the journal PLOS One, found that they also exhibited another interesting behaviour:the ratio (比率) between the two varied greatly, apparently mirroring historical events. During the Roaring Twenties the joy-to-sadness ratio reached a peak that would not occur again until before the recent financial crash. But the ratio plunged at the height of the Second World War. Nevertheless, the researchers held a reserved opinion about their claim that their result reflected wider social trends. In the paper, they even argue that the reverse could be true. ―It has been suggested, for example, that it was the suppression (压抑) of desire in ordinary Elizabethan English life that increased demand for writing ?filled with romance and sex‘… perhaps,‖ they conclude, ―songs and books may not reflect the real population any more than catwalk models reflect the average body.‖ (Note:Answer the questions or complete the statements in NO MORE THAN TEN WORDS.) 81. A study of more than five million books indicated a decline in ―mood words‖ over time except _______________. 82. According to Dr Alberto Acerbi, one reason for the drop of ―mood words‖ in books may be that _______________. 83. What were the two periods when the joy-to-sadness ratio was at its highest? _______________. 84. While the researchers found some changes in the use of ―mood words‖ in books, they were not sure that _______________.

第Ⅱ 卷

I. Translation
Directions: Translate the following sentences into English, using the words given in the brackets. 1. 今年元旦我们玩得很开心。(enjoy) 2. 舅舅昨天寄给我一张卡片,祝贺我 18 岁生日。(congratulate) 3. 经过多年的建设,这个小镇现在和地震前一样充满了活力。(as...as) 4. 演出以一段五十多岁的人耳熟能详的经典音乐开始。(familiar) 5. 她一看完那个关于已灭绝物种的电视节目,就立志加入野生动物保护组织。(No sooner)

II. Guided Writing
Directions: Write an English composition in 120-150 words according to the instructions given below in Chinese. 上海博物馆拟举办一次名画展,现就展出场所(博物馆还是社区图书馆)征集公众意见,假设你是王 敏,给上海博物馆写一封信表达你的想法。你的信必须满足以下要求: 1. 简述你写信的目的及你对场所的选择; 2. 说明你的理由(从便利性,专业性等方面对这两个场所进行对比) 。

2013 年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试(上海卷)

英语试题参考答案
第I卷 第一大题第 1 至第 10 小题,每题 1 分;第 11 至第 16 小题,每题 2 分;第 17 至第 24 小题,每题 1 分, 共 30 分。 1—5 CDBAD 6—10 BCABA 18. Centre / Center 22. sit still 11—16 DDBBCA 19. 850 23. plan /create PE classes 20. African 24. new tricks

17. November / Nov. 21. with good grades

第二大题每小题,共 25 分 25 C 41—45 JHBEF 26—30 CADCC 46—49 IDGC 31—35 DBBCA 36—40 DDAAB

第三大题第 50 至 64 小题,每题 1 分;每 65 至 75 小题,每题 2 分;第 76 至 80 小题,每题 1 分;第 81 至 84 小题,每题 2 分。共 50 分。 50 C 65—68 ACAB 51—55 BADCB 69—71 DBC 56—60 CDBAC 72—75 CBDC 61—64 BADD 76—80 CBFAE

81. in the category of fear 82. the literary position has changed in a crowded media landscape / other media—movies, radio, drama— had more emotional content 83. During the roaring Twenties and before the recent financial crash. 84. their research result reflected wider social trends / songs and books reflected the real population 第Ⅱ 卷

I. Translation
翻译 第 1 题 3 分,第 2-4 题每题 4 分,第 5 题 5 分,共 20 分。 1. We enjoyed ourselves this New Year‘s Day this year. 2. My uncle sent me a card yesterday to congratulate / congratulating me on my 18th birthday. 3. After years of / years‘ construction, the little town is now as lively as it was before the earthquake / it used to be before the earthquake. 4. The performance began with a piece of classical music which was familiar to people in their fifties. 5. No sooner had she watched the TV program on the extinct species than she made up her mind to join the wildlife protection organization.

II. Guided Writing
Possible version 1 Dear Sir or Madam: I have heard from the newspaper that you, the Shanghai Museum, are planning to organize a famous painting exhibition. And you are now collecting suggestions about whether to hold it in your museum or the art gallery. I am now writing to express my opinion that the exhibition should be held in the museum. My reasons are as follows. In terms of convenience, the museum has more advantages over the gallery. First, it is located in the People‘s Square, which is the center of the city. So people can enjoy convenient transportation such as the subway line 1, 2 and 8, which are available to people from nearly every district. It saves the visitors a lot of time and trouble of traffic jam. Another advantage is that it is easy to be found by those from other provinces around the country. After all the Shanghai Museum is a landmark of our city familiar to nearly every Chinese. With regard to the professional function, though it seems natural that an art exhibition be set in the gallery,

in a more general sense, I think the museum has more advanced facilities to make the exhibition successful and to preserve the paintings well. As we know, the museum has successfully held many national and international exhibitions and its advertising and organizing experience is of no match; also its staff is qualified and professional. To sum up, I am sure the show will be fantastic if it is held in Shanghai Museum. (248 words) Possible version 2 To whom it may concern: I‘ve learned that an art exhibition is to be held and that you‘re collecting suggestions on its location. I‘m writing this letter to share with you my opinions. In my opinion, it is more advisable to hold the art exhibition in Shanghai Museum than in community libraries. My reasons are as follows. On one hand, it is more convenient for people to get to Shanghai Museum which is located in the center of the city. And the museum is much more spacious than community libraries, which provides visitors with a more comfortable environment for appreciating art. On the other hand, as a well-known museum, Shanghai Museum is more professional and experienced in holding art exhibitions. Its professional security guards and advanced facilities can better protect those famous paintings from being damaged or stolen. Therefore, I suggest the exhibition be held in the museum. Wang Min

7. 2013 年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试英语(重庆卷)
一、听力(共三节.满分 30 分) 做题时.请先将答案划在试题卷上。录音内容结束后,你将有两分钟的时间将试题卷上的答案转涂或转 填到答题卡上。 第一节(共 5 小题;每小越 1.5 分,满分 7.5 分) 请听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有一个小题.从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最佳选项。听完每 段对话后,你都有 10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 1.How many sisters does the woman have?

A. One. 2. What is woman going to do tonight? A. Meet the man. 3. Who has a dictionary? A. The man.

B .Two.

C. Three.

B. Go out for dinner.

C. Prepare for a meeting.

B. Lucy.

C. Tina.

4. What are the two speakers most probably? A. Students. B.Workers. C.Teachers.

5. What are the two speakers talking about? A.A language. B. An interest. C.A class.

第二节(共 12 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 18 分) 请听下面 4 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的 A,B,C 三个选项中选出最佳 选项。听每段对话或独白前.你将有时间阅读各小题,每小题 5 秒钟;听完后,各小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答 时间.每段对话或独白读两遍。 请听第 6 段材料,回答第 6 至 8 题。 6. Which city is the woman going to? A. Chicago. B. Boston. C. New York.

7. How much will the woman pay for her ticket? A. $30. B. $50. C. $60.

8. Where does the conversation most probably take place? A. At an airport. B. At a bus stop. C. At a railway station.

请听第 7 段材料,回答第 9 至 11 题。 9. When did the woman begin to collect stamps? A. At the age of 9. B. At the age of 12. C. At the age of 20.

10. What does the woman advise the man to do? A. Join a reading club. B. Travel to other countries. C.Collect stamps. 11. What are the two speakers mainly talking about?

A.Stamps.

B. Hobbies.

C. Books.

请听第 8 段材料,回答第 12 至 14 题。. 12. What is the woman going to do on Friday? A.Attend a meeting. B. Go on vacation. C. Make a phone call.

13. Who is most probably going to meet the man at the airport? A.Th e woman. B. The man's brother. C.The woman's sister.

14. What is the possible relationship between the two speakers? A. Parent and teacher. B. Brother and sister. C. Husband and wife.

请听第 9 段材料,回答第 15 至 17 题 I5. At what time are they leaving (or the Natural Museum? A.7:30 a. m. B.8:30 a. m. C. 3:30 p. m.

16. What will they possibly do right before supper? A. Swim at the beach. B. Do some shopping. C. See an exhibition.

17. What is the speaker mainly talking about? A.An arrangement for a day. B.An introduction to a place. C. An experience of culture.

第三节(共 3 小题;每小题 1.5 分.满分 4.5 分) 请听下面一段独白,用所听到的独白中的词或数填空.每空限填一个词或-个数。填人的内容要写在答 题卡相应的位置上。在听本段独白前.你将有时间阅读各小题.每小题 5 秒钟;听完后.各小题将给出 5 秒钟的 作答时间。本段独白读两遍. 请听第 10 段材料,回答第 18 至 20 题 Introduction to Competitors Name Peter SMITH TomAnderson Jack Brown Age 18 28 36 Occupation Enginner Salesman 20 Strengths Art and literature 19 and history Language and culture

二、单项天空{共 15 小题:每小题 1 分.满分 15 分) 请从 A,B,C,D 四个选顶中.选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该选项的标号涂黑。 21. I felt very tired when I got home, and I straight to bed.

A. go

B. went

C. had gone

D. have gone

22. — Would you like a glass of wine? — . I don't drink. B. Yes, please C. I don't like it D. It's my favorite

A. No, thanks

23. It's not easy to change habits, A. for B. or

with awareness and self—control, it is possible. C. but D. so are family members. D. whom

24. John invited about 40 people to his wedding, most of A them 25. B. that

C. which

we have enough evidence, we can't win the case. B As long as C. Unless D. Since

A. Once

26. — What are you doing this Saturday? — I‘m not sure, but I go to the Rolling Stones concert. A. must B. would C. should D. might

27. It was with the help of the local guide A. who 28. B. that

the mountain climber was rescued. C. when D. how

struck me most in the movie was the father‘s deep love for his son. B. It C. What D. Which

A. That

29. — It rained cats and dogs this morning. I‘m glad we took an umbrella. — Yeah, we would have got wet all over if we A. hadn‘t B. haven't . C. didn't D. don't

30. When I was little, my mother used to sit by my bed, A. having told B. telling

me stories till I fell asleep. D. to tell . D. one

C. told

31. Recycling is one way to protect the environment; reusing is A. another B. the other

C. one another

32. The parents were shocked by A. a;/

news that their son needed C. the; an

operation on his knee. D. a; an

B. the; /

33. A Midsummer Night's Dream A. opens

at the Theatre Royal on 19th June, and then tours throughout Scotland. C. will open D. will be opened

B. is opened

34. The engine just won't start. Something seems A. to go B. to have gone

wrong with it. C. going D. having gone

35.— Forgotten something? I can keep an eye on your kids if you want to go and get it. — Thank you all the same. B. Oh, how careless of me! D. Well, I can do without it.

A. It's very kind of you. C.I might as well go and get it.

三、完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) 请阅读下面两篇短文,掌握大意,然后从 36-55 各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C、D)中,选出最佳选 项,并在答题卡上将该选项的标号涂黑。 When Joe was about to start school. all signs pointed to success. Yet things turned out to be quite 36 .The fourth grade even found him at the 37 of the class. Joe struggled day and night, but it did not 38 -until one stormy aftermoon . On that aftermoon ,39 the math teacher started to introduce difficult concepts, dadk Clouds covered the sky, and the stone ad in. Hard thou she tried to make the kids, ,the thunder won the battle for their attention .No one 40 41 the concepts. Except Joe. He undemtood them and answered all the questions correctly. The teacher patted him on the back. and told him to go around to the others and explain how he had managed it. 42 by his newfound success. Joe moved quickly throughout the room. Soon math time was followed by the time for 43 .All children naturally drew 44 pictures on such a day. Except for Joe. Since then, Joe started 45 . Though he never made it to the top, his math teacher was always 46 and curious about the change: Why had that stomry day changed Joe? On the day Joe graduared, he presented the teacher with his moat 47 possession—the picture of.bright yellow sun .On the picture Joe had written: This is the day I 48 my brightness. 36.A.unfair 37.A.center 38.A.happen 39.A .until 40.A .concentrte 41.A.challenged B. boring B.top B. work B. since B. change B. grasped C.disapporinting C.beginning C. finish C. because C. hide C. doubted D.dangerous D.bottom D. last D. as D. sit D. admitted

42.A.Relieved 43.A. class 44.A .great 45.A .improving 46.A. worried 47.A .familiar 48.A.woke up to

B. surprised B. sports B. dark B. painting B. amazed B. expensice B. put up with

C. Encouraged C. art C. different C. recovering C. friendly C. admirable C. got on with B

D.Puzzled D. tea D. strange D. studying D. cautious D. precious D. loked down upon

It is easy to overlook the rolethat your body plays in influencing your mood(情绪).when you are 49 ,you may find yourself blaming work pressures or an unknown future.However,it could just be that you‘ve

been sitting behind you desk too long. One way to improve your mood is 50 your life .Also,in the process,you may aim for .Psychologically,it provides you with a break from the stresses in 51 goals,like a mew personal running record or a better body 52 .That is why

shape.The achievement of a particular goal makes you feel good and contributes to your exercise has been shown to 53 your self-respect. 54

You do not have to train yourself is

to feel the psychological benefits of exercise.What really matters

55 ,not intensity (强度) your exercise.You can try walking for 30 minutes five times per week or simply of

gardening on weekends. 49.A.ill 50.A.play 51.A.clear 52.A.ability 53.A.tear down 54.A.hard 55.A.time B.poor B.communication B.present B.relationship B.build up B.everywhere B.length C.unhappy C.sleep C.common C.confidence C.set aside C.carefully C.form D.unsuccessful D.exercise D.early D.business D.give out D.late D.frequency

四、阅读理解(共 20 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 40 分) 请阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该 选项的标号涂黑。

A The morning had been a disaster.My tooth was aching,and I‘d been in an argument with a friend.Her words still hurt:―The trouble with you is that you won‘t put yourself in my place.Can‘t you see things from my point of view?‖Ishook my head stubbomly—and felt the ache in my tooth.I‘d thought I could hold out till my dentist came back from holiday,but the pain was really unbearable.I started calling the dentists in the phone book,but no one coule see me immediatcly.Finally,at about lunchtime,I got lucky. ―If you come by right now,‖the receptionist said,―the dentist will fit you in .‖ I look my purse and keys and rushed to my car.But suddenly I began to doubt about the dentist.What kind of dentist would be so eager to treat someone at such short notice?Why wasn‘t he as busy as the others? In the dentist‘s office,I sat down and looked around.I saw nothing but the bare walls and I became even more worried.The assistant noticed my nervousness and placed her warm hand over my ice-cold one. When I tole her my fears,she laughed and said ,―Don‘t worry.The dentist is very good.‖ ―How long do I have to wait for him?‖I asked impatiently. ―Come on ,he is coming.Just lie down and relax.And enjoy the artwork,‖the assistant said. ―The artwork?‖Iwas puzzled. The chair went back,suddenly I smiled.There was a beautiful picture,right where I could enjoy it :on the ceiling.How considerate the dentist was !At that moment,I began to understand what my friend meant by her words. What a relief! 56.Which of the following best describes the author‘s feeling that morning? A.Cheerful. B.Nervous. C.Satisfied. D.Upset.

57.What made the author begin to doubt about the dentist? A.The dentist‘s agreeing to treat her at very short notice. B.The dentist‘s being as busy as the other dentists. C.The surroundings of the dentist‘s office. D.The laughing assistant of the dentist. 58.Why did the author suddenly smile? A.Because the dentist came at last. B.Because she saw a picture on the ceiling.

C.Because she could relax in the chair.

D.Because the assistant kept comforting her.

59.What did the author learn from her experience most probably? A.Strike while the iron is hot. C.Put oneself in other‘s shoes B.Have a good word for one‘s friend D.A friend in need is a friend indeed.

60. Why did Andrew Zuckerman choose the fifty elders for his project? A.Because their wisdom deserves to be passed on. B. Because they are physically impressive. C. Because their accomplishments inspired him. D. Because they have similar experiences. .

61.According to the web page, Federico Mayor Zaragoza A. has won many awards for his work in politics C. has devoted all his life to the field of science

B. has served as the president of a university D. has made achievements in different areas

62. Who most probably said―My education has been the library and books" in the interview reflecting on his/her experience? A.Andrew Zuckennan. C. Nadine Gordimer. 63. What is the main purpose of this web page? A. To show Zuckennans awards. C. To spread the wisdom of the three people. B. To publicize Zuckenman's project. D. To celebrate the achievements of the three people. C Almost every machine with moving parts has wheels, yet no one knows exactly when the first wheel was invented or what it was used for. We do know,however,that they existed over 5,500years ago in ancient Asia. The oldest known transport wheel was discovered in 2002 in Slovenia. It is over 5,100 years old. Evidence suggests that wheels for transport didn't become popular for .while, though . This could be because animals did a perfectly good job of carrying farming tools and humans around. But it could also be because of a difficult situation. While wheels need to roll on smooth surfaces, roads with smooth surfaces weren't going to be constructed until there was plenty of demand for them. Eventually,road surfaces did become smoother, but this difficult situation appeared again a few centuries later. There had been no important changes in wheel and vehicle design before the arrival of modern road design. In the mid-1700s,a Frenchman came up with a new design of road--a base layer (层)of large B. Federico Mayor 7,aragoza. D. Dave Brubeck.

stones covered with a thin layer of smaller atones. A Scotsman improved on this design in the 1820s and a strong,lasting road surface became a reality.At around the same time,metal hubs(the central part of awheel)came into being,followed by the B

One of the greatest gifts one generation can give to other generations is the wisdom it has gained from experience.This idea has inspired the award-winning photographer Andrew Zuckerman.He interviewed and took photos of fifty over-sixty-five-year-olds all over the world.Hisproject explores various aspects of their lives.The photos and interviews are now available on our website. Click on the introductions to read the complete interviews.

Let us now have a culture of peace. —Federico Mayor Zaragoza,Spain Federico Mayor Zaragoza obtained a doctorate in pharmacy 药学) ( from the Complutense University of Madrid in 1958 .After many years spent in politics,he became Director-Ceneral of UNESCO in 1987.In 1999,he for a Culture of Peace,of which he is now the president.In addition to many he has published four collections of poems and several books of eaasys.

Writing is a discovery. —Nadine Cordimer,South Africa Due to a weak heart,Nadine ordimer attended school and university briefly.She read widely and began writing at an early age .She published her first short story at the age of fifteen,and has completed alarge number been translated into forty languages.In 1991,Cordimer won the Nobel Prize

Jzaa is about the only form of an today. —Dave Brubeck,USA Dave Brubeck studied music at the University of the Pacific and graduated in 1942.After World War Two he was encouraged to play jazz.In 1951,he recorded his first album(专辑).Brubeck‘s 1959 album has become a jazz a Grammy lifetime Achievement Award in 1996.

For more figures CLICK HERE. 60.Why did Andrew Zuckerman chose the fifty elders for his project? A. Because their wisdom deserves to be passed on. C. Because their accomplishments inspired him. 61.According to the web page,Federico Mayor Zaragoza A. has won many awards for his work in politics C. has devoted all his life to the field of science B. Because they are physically impressive. D. Because they have similar experiences. . B. has served as the president of a university D. has made achievements in different areas

62.Who most probably said ―My education has been the library and books‖ in the interview when reflecting on his/her experience? A. Andrew Zuckerman. C. Nadine Gordimer. 63.What is the main purpose of this web page? A. To show Zuckerman‘s awards. C. To spread the wisdom of the three people. C Almost every machine with moving parts has wheels,yet no one knows exactiy when the first wheel was invented or what it was used for.we do know,however,that they existed over 5,500 years ago in ancient Asia. The oldest known. Transport wheel was discovered in 2002 in slovenia. It is over 5.100 years old.Evidence suggests that wheels for transport didn‘t become popular for a while,though.this couid be because animals did a B. To publicize Zuckerman‘s project. D. To celebrate the achievements of the three people. B. Federico Mayor Zaragoza. D. Dave Brubeck.

perfectly good job of carrying farming tools and humans around. But it could also be because of a difficult situation.while wheels need to roll on smooth surfaces,roads with smooth surfaces weren‘t going to be constructed until there was plenty of demand for them.Eventually,road surfaces did become smoother,butthis difficult situation appeared againa few centuries later.There had been no important changes in wheel and vehicle design before the arrival of modem road design. In the mid-1700s,a Frenchman came up with a new design of road—a base layer(层)of large stones covered with a thin layer of smaller stones.A Scotsman improved on this design in the 1820s and a strong,lasting road surface became a reality. At amund the same time,metal hubs(the centrnl part of wheel)came into being,followed by theWheels were invented in 1967, sixty years after the appearance of tarmacked roads(泊油路). As wheel design took off, vehicles got faster and faster. 64.What might explain why transport wheels didn‘t become popular for some time? A.Few knew how to use transport wheels. C. Animals were a good means of transport. 65. What do we know about road design from the passage? A. It was easier than wheel design. C. It was promoted by fast-moving vehicles. 66. How is the last paragraph mainly developed? A. By giving examples. C. By following time order. 67.What is the passage mainly about? A.The beginning of road deaign. C.The history of public transport. D Not all bodies of wather are so evidently alive as the Atlantic Ocean, an S-shaped body of water covering 33 million square miles. The Atlantic has, in a sense, replaced the Mediterranean as the inland sea of Weatern civilization. Unlike real inland seas, which seem strangely still, the Atlantic is rich in oceanic liveliness. It is perhaps not surprising that its vitality has been much written about by ancient poets. ―Strm at Sea‖, a short poem written around 700, is generally regarded as one of mankind‘s earliest artistic B.The development of transport wheels. D.The invention of fast-moving vehicles. B. By making comparisons. D. By making classifications. B. It improved after big changes in vehicle design. D. It provided conditions for wheel design to develop. B.Humans carried farming tools just as well. D. The existence of transport wheels was not known.

representations of the Atlantic. When the wind is from the west All the waves that cannot test To the east must thunder on Where the bright tree of the sun Is rooted in the osean‘s breast. As the poem suggests, the Atlantic is never dead and dull. It is an ocean that moves, impressively and endlessly. It makes all kinds of noise-it is forever thundering,boiling, crashing,and whistling. It is easy to imagine the Atlantic trying to draw breath-perhaps not so noticeably out in mid –ocean,but where it meets land, its waters bathing up and down a sandy beach. It mimics(模仿)nearly perfectly the steady breathing of a living creature. It is filled with symbiotic existences,too; unimaginable quantities of creatures,little and large alike,mix within its depths in a kind of oceanic harmony, giving to the waters a feeling of heartbeat, a kind of sub-ocean vitality. And it has a psychology. It has personalities: sometimes peaceful and pleasant, on rare occasions rough and wild; always it is strong and striking. 68.Unlike real inland seas, the Atlantic Ocean is __________. A.always energetic C.shaped like a square B.lacking in liveliness D.favored by ancient poets

69.What is the purpose of using the poem‖Storm at Sea‖ in the passage? A.To describe the movement of the waves. C.To represent the power of the ocean. 70.What does the underlined word‖symbiotic‖ mean? A.Living together. C.Moving harmoniously. B.Growing fast. D.Breathing peacefully. B.To show the strength of the storm. D.To prove the vastness of the sea.

71.In the last paragraph, the Atlantic is compared to __________. A. a beautiful and poetic place C.a wonderful world E It is widely known that any English conversation begins with The Weather. Such a fixation with the weather B.a flesh and blood person D.a lovely animal

finds expression in Dr.Johnson‘s famous comment that ―When two English meet, their first talk is of weather.‖ Though Johnson‘s observation is as accurate now as it was over two hundred years ago, most commentators fail to come up with a convincing explanation for this English weather-speak. Bill Bryson, for ezample, concludes that,as the English weather is not at all exciting,the obsession with it can hardly be understood. He argues that‖To an outsider,the most striking thing about the English weather is that there is not very much of it.‖ Simply, the reason is that the unusual and unpredictable weather is almost unknown in the British Isles. Jeremy Paxman, however, disagrees with Bryson, arguing that the English weather is by nature attractive. Bryson is wrong, he says,because the English preference for the weather has nothing to do with the natural phenomena.‖The interest is less in the phenomena themselves, but in uncertainty.‖ According to him, the weather in England is very changeable and uncertain and it attracts the English as well as the outsider. Bryson and Paxman stand for common misconceptions about the weather-speak among the English. Both commentators, somehow, are missing the point. The English weather conversation is not really about the weather at all. English weather-speak is a system of signs ,which is developed to help the speakers overcome the natural reserve and actually talk to each other. Everyone knows conversations starting with weather-speak are not requests for weather data. Rather, they are routine greetings,conversation starters or the blank‖fillers‖, In other words, English weather-speak is a means of social bonding. 72.The author mentions Dr.Johnson‘s comment to show that________. A.most commentators agree with Dr.Johnson B.Dr.Johnson is famous for his weather observation C.the comment was accurate two hundred years ago D.English conversations usually start with the weather 73.What does the underlined word‖obsession‖ most probably refer to? A.A social trend. B.An emotional state. C.A historical concept. D.An unknown phenomenon.

74.According to the passage,Jeremy Paxman believes that________. A.Bill Bryson has little knowledge of the weather B.there is nothing special about the English weather] C.the English weather attracts people to the British Isles

D.English people talk about the weather for its unccrtainty 75.What is the author‘s main purpose of writing the passage? A.To explain what English weather-speak is about. B.To analyse misconceptions about the English weather. C.To find fault with both Bill Bryson and Jeremy Paxman. D.To convince people that the English weather is changeable. 五、写作(共两个写作任务.满分 35 分) 写作一(满分 15 分) 请结合材料,按要求用英文写作。 A mother said,‖My son is always on the phone,sleeping, out with his friends.or in his room.He never has time to talk to me.‖ 要求: (1)就此材料发表你的看法; 写作二(满分 20 分) 调查显示,中国长江江豚(finless porpoise)受人类活动影响而频临灭绝,目前总数不足 1000 只。暇设 你是李华,现请用英文给 WWF(世界自然保护基金组织)写一封信,请他们关注这一状况并提供帝助。内容 应包括:· 说明写信目的 · 简述江豚现状 · 希望 WWF 如何帮助(比如:资助江豚保护项目等) · 表示感谢并期待回复 注意: (1)词数不少于 80; (2)在答题卡上作答 (3)书信格式及开头均已给出(不计入总词数) 。 Dear Sir or Madam, I‘m a student from Chongqing,China. ___________________________________________________________________________________________ Yours sincerely, Li Hua 参考答案 (2)紧扣材料, 有明确的观点; (3)词数不少于 60; (4)在答题卡上作答。

一、听力 1-5BCBAC 6-10BACAA 11-15BACCB 16-17BA 20.driver/Driver/Taxi-driver/Taxi-driver

18.37/Thirty-seven/thirty-seven 19.geography/Geography 二、单项填空 21-25BACDC 三、完形填空 36-40CDBDA 四、阅读理解 56-60DABCA 五、写作 写作一 参考答案 61-65DCBCD 66-70CBACA 41-45BCCBA 46-50BDACD 26-30DBCAB 31-35ACABD

51-55ACBAD

71-75BDBDA

―My son is always on the phone, sleepinr g, out with his friends, or in his room. He never has time to talk to me.‖ The words above show the deep sadness and loneliness of her as well as other old parents. Nowadays, young men look so busy in modern society that they will never feel free to live or talk with their parents, even on some festival days. However, to the parents, what they really hope for is that their children can come to see them just for a little time to give them a frequent telephone call. The older they get, the more our old parents will feel. However busy we may be, wwe should try our best to spend more time talking with them and accompanying them. It isnot just because they once gave us so much selfless love, but it‘s our duty to look after them well. 写作二 参考答案 Dear Sir, How are doing?Hope everything goes well with you! Right now I am writing to you to tell you something about Yangtze Finless Porpoise. On account of lack of human protection, the number of Yangtze Finless Porpoise is becoming smaller and smaller, only 1000 left up to now. Most of them are dying out. Therefore, it‘s time we took immediate measures to change the situation. So I hope WWF will do something to help Yangtze Finless Porpoise by setting up a special fund organization

or drawing up some rules on how to protect it and so on. I will be looking forward to your reply. Thank you! Li Hua

8. 2013 年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试英语(安徽卷) 第I卷
第一部分 听力(共两节,满分 30 分) 做题时,先将答案标在试卷上,录音内容结束后,你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的答案转涂到答题卡 上。 第一节(共 5 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 7.5 分) 听下面 5 段对话,每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标 在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后,你都有 10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题,每段 对话仅读一遍。 例:How much is the shirt? A. ? 19.15 答案是 C 1.What does the man want to do? A. Take photos B. Boy a camera C. Help the woman B. ? 9.18 C. ? 9.15

2.What are the speakers talking about? A. noisy night 3.Where is the man now? A. On his way 4.What will Celia do? A. Find a player B. Watch a game C. Play basketball B. In a restaurant C. At home B. Their life in town C.A place of living

5.What day is it when the conversation takes place? A. Saturday B. Sunday C. Monday

第二节(共 15 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 22.5 分) 听下面 5 段对话或独白,每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最 佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各个小题,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 6、7 题。 6.What is Sara going to do? A. Buy John a gift B. Give John a surprise C. Invite John to France

7.What does the man think of Sara‘s plan? A. Funny 听第 7 段材料,回答第 8,9 题。 8.Why does Diana say sorry to Peter? A. She has to give up her travel plan B. She wants to visit another city C. She needs to put off her test 9.What does Diana want Peter to do? A. Help her with her study 听第 8 段材料,回答第 10 至 12 题 10.Why does the man call the woman? A. To tell her about her new job B. To ask about her job program C. To plan a meeting with her 11.Who needs a new flat? A. Alex 12.Where is the woman now? A. In Baltimore B. In New York C. In Avon B. Andrea C. Miranda B. Take a book to her friend C. Teach a geography lesson B Exciting C. Strange

听第 9 段材料,回答第 13 至 16 题 13.What does Jan consider most important when he judges a restaurant? A. Where the restaurant is B. Whether the prices are low C. How well the food is prepared 14.When did Jan begin to write for a magazine?

A. After he came back to Sweden B .Before he went to the United States C. As soon as he got his first job in 1982 15.What may Jan do to find a good restaurant? A. Talk to people in the street 16.What do we know about Jan? A. He cooks for a restaurant B. He travels a lot for his work C. He prefers American food 听第 10 段材料,回答第 17 至 20 题 17.What do we know about the Plaza Leon? A. It‘s a new building B. It‘s a small town C. It‘s a public place B. Speak to taxi drivers C. Ask hotel clerks

18.When do parents and children like going to the Plaza Leon? A. Saturday nights B. Sunday afternoons C. Fridays and Saturdays

19.Which street is known for its food shops and markets? A. Via del Mar Street B. Femando Street C. Hemandes Street

20.Why does the speaker like Horatio Street best? A. It has an old stone surface B. It is named after a writer C. It has a famous university

第二部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分 45 分) 第一节 单项填空(共 15 小题,每小题 1 分,满分 15 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,并在答题卡将该项涂黑。 21.From space, the earth looks blue. This is A. why B. how about seventy-one percent of its surface is covered by water. C. because D. whether a book about it. D. to

22.Before you pay a visit to a place of interest, look in your local library A. on B. at C. for you have similar interests. C. even though

23.It‘s much easier to make friends A. unless B. when

D. so that

24.I‘m calling about the apartment you

the other day. Could you tell me more about it?

A. advertised

B. had advertised

C. are advertising ?

D. will advertise

25.This is your order, a hamburger and an apple pie. A. Anything else B. Is that OK

C. For here or to go

D. Something to drink on their

26.Traditionally, college students hold a graduation ceremony to encourage themselves before they life journey. A. give up B. settle down C. get through D. set off

27.This project requires close teamwork. A. Nothing 28.I B. Anything

will be achieved unless we work well together. C. Something D. Everything

to my cousin‘s birthday party last night, but I was not available B. had gone C. would go D. would have gone made one of the Chinese people‘s

A. went

29.Mo Yan was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2012, long-held dreams come true. A. it 30.David is A. curious about B. that C. what

D. which

animal fur, so he won‘t visit anyone who has cats or dogs in the house. B. allergic to C. satisfied with D. food of ,they will learn to take care of

31.If parents have children help with housework, the children will feel needed. themselves. A. On the contrary 32. B. In a word C. That is to say

D. What‘s more

in the early 20th century, the school keeps on inspiring children‘s love of art. B. Founding C. Founded large as what it was. C. twice much D. much twice D. Having founded

A. To found

33. It‘s said that the power plant is now A. twice as 34.It A. may B. as twice

be the vocabulary that caused you the problem in the exercise because you know a lot of words. B. couldn‘t C. should D. needn‘t

35.—How did your interview with the manager go? — He seemed interested in my experience, but he didn‘t ask for references. B. I‘m not sure. C. That‘s right. D. Couldn‘t be better.

A. Perfect!

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,选出适合填入空白处的最佳选项, 并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 If you want to learn a new language, the very first thing to think about is why. Do you need it for a ___36____ reason, such as your job or your studies?___37____ perhaps you‘re interested in the ___38____ ,films or music of a different country and you know how much it will help to have a ___39____ of the language. Most people learn best using a variety of ___40____, but traditional classes are an ideal(理想的)start for many people. They ___41___ an environment where you can practice under the ___42___ of someone who‘s good at the language. We all lead ___43___ lives and learning a language takes __44___. You will have more success if you study regularly, so try to develop a ___45___. It doesn‘t matter if you haven‘t got long. Becoming fluent in a language will take years, but learning to get by takes __46___. Many people start learning a language and soon give up. ―I‘m too __47___,‖ they say. Yes, children do learn languages more __48___ than adults, but research has shown that you can learn a language at any ___49___. And learning is good for the health of your brain, too. I‘ve also heard people ___50___ about the mistakes they make when ___51___. Well, relax and laugh about your mistakes __52____ you‘re much less likely to make them again. Learning a new language is never ___53___. But with some work and devotion, you‘ll make progress. And you‘ll be ___54____ by the positive reaction of some people when you say just a few words in ___55___ own language. Good luck! 36.A. technical 37.A. After 38.A literature 39.A view 40.A paintings 41.A. protect 42.A. control 43.A. busy 44.A. courage 45.A. theory B. political B. So B. transport B. knowledge B. regulations B. change B. command B. happy B. time B. business C. practical C. Though C. agriculture C. form C. methods C. respect C. guidance C. simple C. energy C. routine D. physical D. Or D. medicine D. database D. computers D. provide D. pressure D. normal D. place D. project

46.A. some risks 47.A. old 48.A. closely 49.A. age 50.A. worry 51.A. singing 52.A. if 53.A. tiresome 54.A. blamed 55.A. their

B. a lot less B. nervous B. quickly B. speed B. hesitate B. working B. and B. hard B. amazed B. his

C. some notes C. weak C. privately C. distance C. think C. bargaining C. but C. interesting C. interrupted C. our

D. a lot more D. tired D. quietly D. school D. quarrel D. learning D. before D. easy D. informed D. your

第三部分 阅读理解(共 20 小题;每小题 2 份,满分 40 分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A The Healthy Habits Survey(调查)shows that only about one third of American seniors have correct habits. Here are some findings and expert advice. 1.How many times did you brush your teeth yesterday? Finding:A full 33% of seniors brush their teeth only once a day. Step:Remove the 300 types of bacteria in your mouth each morning with a battery-operated toothbrush. Brush gently for 2 minutes, at least twice a day. 2.How many times did you wash your hands or bathe yesterday? Finding: Seniors, on average, bathe fewer than 3 days a week. And nearly 30%wash their hands only 4 times a day-half of the number doctors recommend. Step:We touch our faces around 3,000 times a day-often inviting germs(病菌)to enter our mouth, nose, and eyes. Use toilet paper to avoid touching the door handle. And, most important, wash your hands often with hot running water and soap for 20 seconds. 3. How often do you think about fighting germs? Finding:Seniors are not fighting germs as well as they should. Step:Be aware of germs. Do you know it is not your toilet but your kitchen sponge(海绵)that can carry

more germs than anything else? To kill these germs, keep your sponge in the microwave for 10 seconds. 56.What is found out American seniors? A. Most of then have good habits. B. Nearly 30%of then bathe three days a week . C. All of then are fighting germs better than expected . D. About one third of them brush their teeth only once a day 57. Doctors suggest that people should wash their hands A. twice a day B. three times a day . D. eight times a day

C. four times a day

58.Which of the following is true according to the text ? A. We should keep from touching our faces. B. There are less than 300 types of bacteria in the mouth . C. A kitchen sponge can carry more germs than a toilet . D. We should wash our hands before touching a door handle . 59. The text probably comes from A. a guide book . C. a book review B Using too much water or throwing rubbish into our rivers are clear ways that humans can put our water supply in danger ,but we also affect our water supply in less obvious ways .You may wonder how paving(铺砌) a road can lead to less useable fresh water. A major part of the water we use every day is groundwater. Groundwater does not come from lakes or rivers .It come from underground. The more roads and parking lots we pave, the less water can flow into the ground to become groundwater. Human activity is not responsible for all water shortages(短缺). Driver climates are of course more likely to have droughts(干旱) than areas with more rainfall, but in any case, good management can help to make sure there is enough water to meet our basic needs . Thinking about the way we use water every day can make a big difference, too. In the United States, a family of four can use 1.5 tons of water a day! This shows how much we depend on water to live, but there‘s a lot we can do to lower the number. You can take steps to save water in your home. To start with ,use the same glass for your drinking water all D .an official document

B. a popular magazine

day. Wash it only once a day. Run your dishwasher (洗碗机)only when it is full. Help your parents fix any leaks in your home. You can even help to keep our water supply clean by recycling batteries instead of throwing them away. 60. Which of the following is most likely to lead to less groundwater ? A. Using river water . C. paving parking lots . 61. What can be inferred from the text ? A. All water shortages are due to human behavior . B. It takes a lot of effort to meet our water needs . C. There is much we can do to reduce family size. D. The average family in America makes proper use of water . 62. The last paragraph is intended to A. show us how to fix leaks at home C. prove what drinking glass is best for us 63. The text is mainly about . B. how much we depend on water to live D. how human activity affects our water supply C When 19-year-old Sophia Giorgi said she was thinking of volunteering to help the Make-A-Wish Foundation (基金会), nobody understood what she was talking about .But Sophia knew just how important Make – A –Wish could be because this special organization had helped to make a dream come true for one of her best friends. We were interested in finding out more, so we went along to meet Sophia listen to what she had to say . Sophia told us that Make – A –Wish is a worldwide organization that started in the United States in 1980.‖It‘s a charity(慈善机构)that helps children who have got very serious illnesses. Make – A –Wish help children feel happy even though they are sick, by making their wishes and dreams come true ,‖ Sophia explained . We asked Sophia how Make – A –Wish had first started .She said it had all begun with a very sick young boy called Chris ,who had been dreaming for a long time of becoming a policeman .Sophia said lots of people had wanted to find a way to make Chris‘s dream come true —-so, with everybody‘s help , Chris, only seven years old . B. tell us how to run a dishwasher D. suggest what we do to save water at home B .Throwing batteries away . D. Throwing rubbish into lakes .

A. Why paving roads reduces our water C. why droughts occur more in dry climates

at the time ,had been a ―policeman‖ for a day. ―When people saw how delighted Chris was when his dream came true, they decided to try and help other sick children too ,and that was the beginning of Make–A–Wish,‖ explained Sophia Sophia also told us the Foundation tries to give children and their families a special, happy time. A Make-AWish volunteer visits the families and asks the children what they would wish for if they could have anything in th e world. Sophia said the volunteers were important because they were the ones who helped to make the wishes come true. They do this either by providing things that are necessary, or by raising money or helping out in wha tever way they can. 64. Sophia found out about Make-A-Wish because her best friend had A. benefited from it C. dreamed about it 65. According to Sophia, Make-A-Wish A. is an international charity C. raises money for very poor families 66. What is said about Chris in Paragraph 3? A. He has been a policeman since he was seven. B. He gave people the idea of starting Make-A-Wish C. He wanted people to help make his dream come true. D. He was the first child Make-A-Wish helped after it had been set up. 67. Which of the following is true about Make-A-Wish volunteers? A. They are important for making wishes come true. B. They try to help children get over their illnesses. C. They visit sick children to make them feel special. D. They provide what is necessary to make Make-A-Wish popular. D ―People are ruder today because they are rushed and more ?time poor‘ than ever before,‖ says Patsy Rowe, ― Manners have fallen off the radar(雷达).‖ Due to our strong attraction to electronic equipment it is a wonder more people don‘t wake up each morning and greet the singing birds with a complaint(抱怨)about the noise. Here B. was understood by nobody at first D. started by drawing the interest of the public .

B. volunteered to help it D. told the author about it

are some examples of rudeness. Some people prefer to do almost everything over the internet. To them, dealing with an actual human is like an evolutionary step backward. It feels very slow because humans don‘t work at 4G speeds. When you have dinner with friends, you will often notice someone paying more attention to his mobile phone. We have programmed ourselves to think that every new message brings life-changing news, so taking calls and checking our texts are more important than talking to the people we are with. What is worse, some people even tend to send anonymous (匿名的) rude messages by email. However, rudeness is never acceptable, Don‘t assume it is OK to be rude if the person you‘re in touch with won‘t recognize you. If you have something awful to say, have the courage to face the person and say it, write a letter or email and sign it, or forget it. Upsetting people with unsigned messages is cruel and disgusting. We shouldn‘t blame technology for our shortcomings. Technology is here to help us, but we should not allow it to take over our lives. An important step is acknowledging our shortcomings. People spend a lot of time pointing out bad manners but it would be even more help if we‘d publicly acknowledge good manners when we see them. 68.What can be inferred from the underlined sentence in Paragraph I? A. People can tell good from bad behavior. C. People care little about their behavior. B. Radar is able to observe human behavior. D. Radar can be used to predict human behavior. .

69.Some people are less willing to deal with humans because A. they are becoming less patient C. they have to handle many important messages 70.The author thinks sending unsigned awful messages is A. Ridiculous B. disgusting

B. they are growing too independent D. they have to follow an evolutionary step backward. . C. acceptable D. reasonable

71.What can we learn from the last paragraph? A. We should applaud good behavior. C. We should keep pointing out mistakes. E Argentina in the late nineteenth century was an exciting place. Around 1870,it was experiencing an economic(经济的)boom, and the capital, Buenos Aires, attracted many people. Farmers, as well as a flood of B. Technology can never be blamed D. Technology will take over lives one day.

foreigners from Spain and Italy, came to Buenos Aires seeking jobs. These jobs didn‘t pay well, and the people felt lonely and disappointed with their new life in the city. As the unhappy newcomers mixed together in the poor parts of the city, the dance known as the tango(探戈舞)came into being. At the beginning the tango was a dance of the lower classes. It was danced in the bars and streets. At that time there many fewer women than men, so if a man didn‘t want to be left out, his only choice was to dance with another man so that he could attract the attention of the few available women. Gradually, the dance spread into the upper classes of Argentinean society and became more respectable. In Europe at this time, strong interest in dance from around the world was beginning. The interest in international dance was especially evident in Paris. Every kind of dance from ballet(芭蕾舞)to belly dancing could be found on the stages of the Paris theaters of the Paris theaters. After tango dances from Argentina arrive in Europe, they began to draw the interest of the public as they performed their exiting dance in cafes. Though not everyone approved of the new dance, saying it was a little too shocking, the dance did find enough supporters to make it popular. The popularity 流行) the tango continued to grow in many other parts of the world. Soldiers who returned ( of to the United States from World War I brought the tango to North America. It reached Japan in 1926,and in 2003 the Argentinean embassy in Seoul hired a local tango dancer to act an a kind of dance ambassador, and promote tango dancing throughout South Korea. 72.The origin of the tango is associated with A Belly dances B. American soldiers C. Spanish city D. the capital of Argentina

73.Whith of the following is true about the tango? A. It was created by foreigners from Spain and Italy. B. People of the upper classes loved the tango most C. It was often danced by two male in the beginning D.A dancer in Seoul became the Argentinean ambassador. 74.Before World War I, the tango spread to A. America B. Japan C. France D. South Korea

75.What can be the best title for the text? A. How to Dance the Tango B. The History of the Tango

C. How to Promote the Tango 第四部分 写作(共两节,满分 35 分)

D. The Modern Tango Boom

第一节 任务型读写(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 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。 Aristotle once wrote that ―happiness is a state of activity‖. In other words, whether you‘re seeking life-long satisfaction or a few moments of good cheer, you‘ve got to move forward. We‘ve interviewed the experts and found five steps to take toward a sunny mood(心情): Over a 30-year period, University of Illinois researchers asked nearly 120,000 people how income, education, political participation, volunteer activities and close relationships affected their happiness. Reported Newsweek‘s Sharon Begley on the findings, ―The highest levels of happiness are found with the most stable and satisfying relationships.‖ Singing aloud, talking to a stranger, raising your hand: all may increase a feeling of happiness, according to a study from Wake Forest University. Participants(参与者)followed the development of their moods for two weeks and reported feeling happier when they were more outgoing and less happy when reserved or withdrawn. The editors of forbes. Com gave $5 or $20 to 46 strangers by chance. Half the group was told to spend the money on themselves, while the other half was told to spend it on others. Those who‘d shared the wealth felt much happier at the end of the day than those who‘d spent it on themselves. There was no difference in happiness between those who spent $5 or $20, suggesting that it‘s not how much money you spend, but how you spend it, that inspires the spirit. Studies from the Positive Psychology Center showed that discouraged people who wrote down three good things that happened to them each day for six months reported an improved attitude. Drinking water really can help keep you cheerful. A small 2012 study from the University of Connecticut suggested that even slight dehydration(脱水) affected the moods of its female participants.

第二节 书面表达(满分 25 分) 假设你校英语社团举办以―讲求文明,从我做起‖为主题的征文活动, 请你以―On the Way to School‖为题,写一篇英语短文。 内容主要包括:1.遵守交通法规; 2.注意举止文明。 注意:1.词数 120 左右; 2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯; 3.短文中不能出现与本人相关的信息; 4.短文的题目已为你拟好,不计入总词数 第一部分: 1-10. ACACB BBABA 第二部分: 21-30 CCBAC DADDB 41-50 DCABC BABAA 第三部分: 56-65 DDCBC BDDAA 第四部分: 第一节: 76. Look(ing)/Search(ing) /Seek(ing ) 77. forward /ahead/on 78. experts/researchers 11-20 BACAA BCBCC 31-40. DCABB CDABC 51-55. DBDBA 66-75 BACAB ADCCB

79. steps/ways 80. greatest 81. Express 82. sharing 83. Focus/Concentrate 84. feeling/mood/sense 85. these/those These days, breaking traffic rules and littering are not uncommon, causing serious harm to life and the environment. Changing this situation requires co

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