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2013 届高三英语散装同步试卷 (名校联考卷) 六校联考 (第二次)
参加学校:六十中学、同济二附中、东昌、北虹、卢湾高中、光明中学 学校____班级___学号___姓名____成绩_____ 考生注意: 本卷共 10 页。全卷满分 150 分;答卷时间 120 分钟。 第 I 卷 17-24,81-84 和第 II 卷答

在答题卷上,其余将答案点涂在答题卡上。 第 I 卷(共 105 分) 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. Soon after the meeting, the engineer drove off _________ the direction of the construction site. A. to B. at C. for D. In 26. Our English teacher always reminds us to write our essay _________ line to leave enough space for later improvement. A. every another B. every other C. each other D. each one 27. Days later, my brother called to say he was all right, but _________ say where he was. A. mustn’t B. shouldn’t C. wouldn’t D. ought not to 28. There is little doubt in your mind that he is innocent, _________? A. is there B. isn’t there C. is he D. isn’t he 29. —Thank God you are safe! —I stepped back, just _________ to avoid the racing car. A. in time B. in case C. in need D. in fear 30. One’s life has value __________ one brings value to the life of others. A. so that B. no matter how C. as long as D. except that 31. _________ an important decision more on emotion than on reason, you will regret it sooner or later. A. Based B. Basing C. Base D. To base 32. It was twenty years ago _________ he returned to _________ he was born and brought up. A. since...what B. when...which C. before...which D. That...where 33. After the flooding, people were suffering in that area, _______ urgently needed clean water, medicine and shelter to survive. A. which B. who C. where D. that 34. The president hopes that the people will be better off when he quits than he _________. A. has started B. starts C. started D. will start 35. The notice came around two in the afternoon _________ the meeting would be postponed. A. when B. that C. whether D. how 36. At the beginning of the class, the noise of desks __________ could be heard outside the classroom.

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A. opened and closed B. to be opened and closed C. being opened and closed D. to open and close 37. The chemical process, _________ in the treatment of materials for clothes, _________ the environment badly in some countries, arousing much attention of the entire society nowadays. A. involved...damaged B. involved...damaging C. involving...damaged D. Involving...damaging 38. He is examining the composition he has just finished _________ the possible grammatical and spelling mistakes in it. A. correcting B. to correct C. having corrected D. being corrected 39. Such great fun ________ that most tourists simply ran out of time before realizing the end of their holiday. A. the resort offered B. did the resort offer C. offered the resort D. the resort did offer 40. As a newly-elected president, he has to take great pains to think of ___________ he can react more appropriately on some subtle occasions. A. what B. which C. that D. how 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. plain F. exhibit B. presented G. invention C. movement H. stimulated D. subjects I. revealed E. tastefully J. messy

Investigators were testing the effects of different colored walls on two groups of visitors to a(n) ___41___ of paintings. For the first group the room was painted white; for the second, dark brown. Meanwhile, ___42___ of each group was followed by an electrical system under the carpet. The experiment ___43___ that those who entered the dark brown room walked more quickly, covered more area, and spend less time in the room than the people in the white environment. Dark brown ___44___ more activity, but the activity ended sooner. Another experiment ___45___ three groups of subjects with the same photographs, but each group was in a different kind of room—an "ugly" room like a(n) ___46___ storeroom, an average room, such as a nice office, and a(n) ___47___ designed living room with carpeting and drapes (帘子). Results showed that the ___48___ in the beautiful room tended to give higher ratings to the faces than did those in the ugly room. Other studies suggest that students do better on tests taken in ugly room. Other studies suggest that students do better on tests taken in comfortable, attractive rooms than in ___49___-looking or ugly rooms. 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. Thank you so much, Maggie, for that wonderful introduction and for your student leadership and concern about all of these issues and I'm delighted that your family could be here with you to see the excellent presentation you just made. I could say that it's a pleasure being up here with all of the women ___50___ for President in 2008. But I'd like to make a(n) ___51___: that while there may be plenty of room on this stage tonight -- some day, there will be enough of us to

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___52___ this event from a lecture into a debate. I want to thank the members of Mary Louise Smith's family who have joined us tonight. Talk about a ___53___ woman in public life. Mary Louise Smith started at the grassroots right here in Iowa, working her way up to become the first woman Chair of the Republican National Committee. This was not an easy feat for a woman in 1974. But with her signature poise, and her intelligence and integrity, Mary Louise Smith proved to be more than up to the ___54___. In addition to being a(n) ___55___ organizer and leader, she was also a(n) ___56___ advocate for women's rights, reproductive choice, and many other important causes, whose aim is to ___57___ women in need across the country. She was a role model and a(n) ___58___ for many, and I am honored by this chair that bears her name. And it really is quite a history, isn't it? There has never been a ___59___ time to be a woman in America. It's almost ___60___ to explain to young women today how much things have changed -- even just during the course of my lifetime. Growing up, there were sports we couldn't play, schools we couldn't attend, and jobs that ___61___ had a "men only" sign on them. As an eighth grader I was captivated by space-travel. I wrote to NASA asking how to apply to be an astronaut -- they wrote back explaining that these positions weren't ___62___ to women. Well today, Iowa's own Peggy Whitson has been ___63___ the first female Commander of the International Space Station. Today, women are ___64___ across America as judges, partners, as law professors -- and yes, even successful courtroom lawyers with clean socks. And today, we've sworn in the first Madame Speaker of the House of Representatives. 50. A. applying B. electing C. hoping D. running 51. A. prediction B. performance C. propose D. preview 52. A. participate B. reunite C. transform D. interpret 53. A. involving B. leading C. understanding D. appealing 54. A. production B. tradition C. challenge D. relief 55. A. accomplished B. astonished C. advanced D. obliged 56. A. academic B. passionate C. adaptable D. grateful 57. A. put forward B. take up C. call off D. reach out 58. A. opponent B. enthusiasm C. innovation D. inspiration 59. A. harder B. tougher C. better D. darker 60. A. even B. though C. indeed D. therefore 61. A. essentially B. Hardly C. morally D. likely 62. A. equal B. open C. adapted D. applied 63. A. arranged B. appointed C. demanded D. qualified 64. A. demonstrating B. extended C. varied D. serving Section B Directions: Read the following four 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) ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia – One of the world’s most famous fossils – the 3.2 million-year-old

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Lucy skeleton (骨骼) unearthed in Ethiopia in 1974 – will go on an exhibition tour abroad for the first time in the United States, officials said Tuesday. Even the Ethiopian public has only seen Lucy twice. The Lucy on exhibition at the Ethiopian National Museum in the capital, Addis Ababa, is a replica while the real remains are usually locked in a secret storeroom. A team from the Museum of National Science in Houston, Texas, spent four years discussing with the Ethiopians for the U.S. tour, which will start in Houston next September. "Ethiopia’s rich culture of both the past and today, is one of the best kept secrets in the world,‖ said Joel Bartsch, director of the Houston museum. The six-year tour will also go to Washington, New York, Denver and Chicago. Officials said six other U.S. cities may be on the tour. But they said plans had not been worked out. Travelling with Lucy will be 190 other fossils. Lucy, her name taken from a Beatles song that played in a camp the night of her discovery, is part

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of the skeleton of what was once a 32 -foot-tall ape-man. 65. The author writes this text mainly to ________. A. introduce a few U.S. museums B. describe some research work C. discuss the value of an ape-man D. report a coming event 66. What do the words "a replica‖ in Paragraph 2 refer to? A. A painting of the skeleton. B. A photograph of Lucy C. A copy of the skeleton. D. A written record of Lucy. 67. How many cities has Lucy’s U.S. tour plan already included? A. Four. B. Five. C. Six. D. Eleven. 68. What was the skeleton named after? A. An ape-man. B. A song. C. A singer. D. A camp. (B) Bicycle Safety Operation Always ride your bike in a safe, controlled manner on campus. Obey rules and regulations. Watch out for walkers and other bicyclists, and always use your lights in dark conditions. Theft Prevention Always securely lock your bicycle to a bicycle rack---even if you are only away for a minute. Register your bike with the University Department of Public Safety. It’s fast, easy, and free. Registration permanently records your serial number, which is useful in the possible recovery of the bike stolen. Equipment Brakes Make sure that they are in good working order and adjusted properly. Helmet properly. A necessity, make sure your helmet meets current safety standards and fit

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Lights Always have a front headlight---visible at least 500 feet in front of the bike. A taillight is a good idea. Rules of the Road Riding on Campus As a bicycle rider, you have a responsibility to ride only on streets and posted bicycle paths. Riding on sidewalks or other walkways can lead to a fine. The speed limit for bicycles on campus is 15mph, unless otherwise posted. Always give the right of ways to walkers. If you are involved in an accident, you are required to offer appropriate aid, call the Department of Public Safety and remain at the scene until the officer lets you go. Bicycle Parking Only park in areas reserved for bikes. Trees, handrails, hallways, and sign posts are not for bicycle parking, and parking in such posts can result in a fine. If Things Go Wrong If you break the rules, you will be fined. Besides violating rules while riding bicycles on campus, you could be fined for: No bicycle registration---------------------------------------------------$25 Bicycle parking banned--------------------------------------------------$30 Blocking path with bicycle ---------------------------------------------$40 Violation of bicycle equipment requirement -------------------------$35 69. Registration of your bicycle may help you _____________. A. find your stolen bicycle B. get your serial number C. receive free repair services D. settle conflicts with walkers 70. When you ride a bicycle on the campus, ___________. A. ride on posted bicycle paths and sidewalks B. cycle at a speed of over 15 mph C. put the walkers’ right of way first D. call the police before leaving in a case of accident 71. If you lock your bicycle to a tree on the campus, you could be fined _________. A. $25 B. $30 C. $35 D. $40 (C) You are given many opportunities in life to choose to be a victim or creator. When you choose to be a victim, the world is a cold and difficult place. "They‖ did things to you which caused all of your pain and suffering. "They‖ are wrong and bad, and life is terrible as long as "they‖ are around. Or you may blame yourself for all your problems, thus internalizing your victimization. The truth is, your life is likely to stay that way as long as you feel a need to blame yourself or others. Those who choose to be creators look at life quite differently. They know there are individuals who might like to control their lives, but they don’t let this get in the way. They know they have their weaknesses, yet they don’t blame themselves when they fail. Whatever happens, they have choice in the matter. They believe their dance with each sacred moment of life is a gift and that storms are a natural part of life which can bring the rain needed for emotional and spiritual growth. Victims and creators live in the same physical world and deal with many of the same physical realities, yet their experience of life is worlds apart. Victims relish in anger, guilt, and other

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emotions that cause others---and even themselves---to feel like victims, too. Creators consciously choose love, inspiration, and other qualities which inspire not only themselves, but all around them. Both victims and creators always have choice to determine the direction of their lives. In reality, all of us play the victim or the creator at various points in our lives. One person, on losing a job or a special relationship, may feel as if it is the end of the world and sink into terrible suffering for months, years, or even a lifetime. Another with the same experience may choose to first experience the grief, then accept the loss and soon move on to be a powerful creative force in his life. In every moment and every circumstance, you can choose to have fuller, richer life by setting a clear intention to transform the victim within, and by inviting into your life the powerful creator that you are. 72. According to Paragraph 2, creators __________. A. seem willing to experience failures in life B. possess the ability to predict future life C. handle ups and downs of life wisely D. have potential to create something new 73. What can we learn from Paragraph 3? A. Creators and victims face quite different things in life. B. Creators and victims are masters of their lives. C. Victims can influence more people than creators. D. Compared with victims, creators are more emotional. 74. The examples mentioned in Paragraph 4 show that _______________. A. strong attachment to sufferings in life pulls people into victims. B. people need family support to deal with challengers in life. C. it takes creators quite a long time to get rid of their pains. D. one’s experiences determine his attitude toward life. 75. What is the author’s purpose in writing this passage? A. To define victims and creators. B. To evaluate victims against creators. C. To explain the relationship between victims and creators. D. To suggest the transformation from victims to creators. 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. Who does freelancing? B. The pros and cons of freelance C. What is the definition of freelance? D. Key to freelance success E. What is freelancing really like? F. The best way to develop a career

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Freelance is a word that goes back to medieval times when it was used to describe soldiers who sold their skills to those prepared to pay their market rate. Today it’s an increasingly common way of working for people in a range of occupations and appeals to many who feel constrained by corporate culture. 77. What you gain is freedom of movement, what you can lose is a sense of belonging. You can end up feeling isolated from normal support networks, because suddenly you are responsible for your own welfare, training, safety, career development, equipment, professional updating and a thousand other things, it is easy to remain unaware of these things in the relatively cosseted existence of full-time employment. So before you leap up into this exciting and potentially rewarding way of working, stand back and take a look at the risks. 78. Freelancing has always been a common way of working for writers, artists and performers, but the range of occupations with a substantial number of freelancers is growing steadily. Anyone with a marketable skill can choose to go it alone. Websites offer a free directory listing for those with skills to sell. Their categories include accountants, healthcare consultants, landscape architects and computer trainers. Areas of work that have problems recruiting staff are always keen to employ freelancers. 79. Being a freelance is different from other forms of self-employment — you still work for an employer or several employers but have to develop a completely different set of relationships with them. Employers are now your customers, you are their supplier. You have to become indispensable (不可缺少的) to them, providing solutions to their problems, some of which they may not even realized they had. In many ways you have to behave like their dream employee, being more willing and available than you may have got used to whilst in a "proper job‖. 80. You also have to be aware of, and sensitive to, the fact that you can be seen as a threat by your customer’s conventional employees, who may regard you as taking work they could do. Successful freelancing relies on the co-operation of everyone you come into contact with. Work that brings you into conflict with an existing workforce can be more trouble than it’s worth. Section D Directions: Read the passage carefully. Then answer the questions or complete the statements in the fewest possible words. Parents are often upset when their children praise the homes of their friends and regard it as a slur (诋毁) on their own cooking, or cleaning, or furniture, and often are foolish enough to let the teenagers see that they are annoyed. They may even accuse them of disloyalty, or make some unpleasant remark about the friends’ parents. Such a loss of dignity and attack on childish

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behavior on the part of the adults deeply shocks the teenagers, and makes them decide that in future they will not talk to their parents about the places or people they visit. Before very long the parents will be complaining that the child is so secretive and never tells them anything, but they seldom realize that they have brought this on themselves. Disillusionment (醒悟) with the parents, however good and adequate they may be both as parents and as individuals, is to some degree inevitable. Most children have such a high ideal of their parents, unless the parents themselves have been unsatisfactory, that it can hardly hope to stand up to a realistic evaluation. Parents would be greatly surprised and deeply touched if they realized how much belief their children usually have in their character and correctness, and how much this faith means to a child. If parents were prepared for this teen-aged reaction, and realized that it was a sign that the child was growing up and developing valuable powers of observation and independent judgment, they would not be so hurt, and therefore would not drive the child into opposition by offending and resisting it. The teenager, with his passion for sincerity, always respects a parent who admits that he is wrong, or ignorant, or even that has been unfair or unjust. What the child can’t forgive is the parents’ refusal to admit these charges if the child knows them to be true. Victorian parents believed that they kept their dignity by retreating (伪装) behind an unreasoning authoritarian attitude; in fact they did nothing of the kind, but children were then too frightened to let them know how they really felt. Today we tend to go to the other extreme, but on the whole this is a healthier attitude both for the child and the parent. It is always wiser and safer to face up to reality, however painful it may be at the moment. (Note: Answer the questions or complete the statements in NO MORE THAN TEN WORDS.) 81. What do parents tend to do when their children praise the homes of their friends? 82. According to the passage, on what condition would the children respect their parents? 83. The phrase ―high ideal‖ in paragraph 3 refers to __________________________. 84. In the passage, ―__________________‖ has the same meaning of parents’ covering themselves with an unreasonable strict attitude.

第 II 卷(共 45 分) I. Translation Directions: Translate the following sentences into English, using the words given in the brackets. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 科幻小说总是值得一读再读。(worth) 未经允许就拿走架子上的字典是不礼貌的。(manners) 必须强调野生动物保护,否则许多濒危物种将受到灭绝的威胁。(emphasis) 虽然肉眼看不见这些细小的细菌,但是他们对环境有很大影响。(invisible) 实话告诉你,昨天发生在校门口的事故不能怪我,我问心无愧。(blame)

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II. Guided Writing Directions: Write an English composition in 120 - 150 words according to the instructions given below in Chinese. 目前―反对浪费‖已经成为全社会的热点。饭店提醒顾客适量点餐,或者剩菜打包(take home leftover food/doggy bags),你对此现象如何看待?请给出自己赞成或反对的理由。再联 系自己学生的身份谈谈如何从我做起节约粮食。


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