例：How much is the shirt? A.? 19.15. 答案是 B。 1.How much will the man pay for the tickets? A.? 7.5. B.? 15. C.? 50. B.? 9.15. C.? 9.18.
2.Which is the right gate for the man’s flight?
A.Gate 16. B.Gate 22. C.Gate 25.
3.How does the man feel about going to school by bike? A.Happy. B.Tired. C.Worried.
4.When can the woman get the computers? A.On Tuesday. B.On Wednesday. C.On Thursday.
5.What does the woman think of the shirt for the party? A.The size is not large enough. B.The material is not good. C.The color is not suitable. 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。每段对话后有几个小题，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。每段对话读两遍。 听第 6 段材料，回答第 6、7 题。 6.What can we learn about Mr.Brown? A.He is in his office. B.He is at a meeting. C.He is out for a meal.
7.What will the man probably do next? A.Call back. B.Come again. C.Leave a message.
听第 7 段材料，回答第 8、9 题。 8.What kind of room does the man want to take? A.A single room. B.A double room. C.A room for three.
9.What does the man need to put in the from? A.Telephone and student card numbers. B.Student card number and address. C.Address and telephone number. 听第 8 段材料，回答第 10 至 12 题。 10.What is the relationship between the speakers? A. Fellow clerks. B. Boss and secrecary. C. Customer and salesperson.
11.What does the man like about his job? A.Living close to the office. B.Chances to go abroad. C.Nice people to work with. 12.What do we know about the woman? A.She likes traveling. B.She is new to the company. C.She works in public relstions.
听第 9 段材料，回答第 13 至 16 题。
听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题。 17.What is the first word the baby tried to say? A.Truck. B.OK. C.Duck.
18.How old was the baby when he learned to say that word correctly? A. About 18 months B. About 21 months C. About 24 months
19.What did the father do when the baby screamed that word at the airport? A.He corrected the baby. B.He tried to stop the baby. C.He did himself somewhere.
20.Why did the mother pretend not to know the baby? A.She got angry with the father. B.She was frightened by the noise. C.She felt uneasy about the noisy baby.
第二部分：英语知识运用(共两节，满分 35 分)
第一节：单项填空(共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 分) 请认真阅读下面各题，从题中所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 21. — either he or I to host Talent Show in our school this year？ —I have no idea，either. A. Is B. Am C. Are D. Were
22. —My mother is preparing my favorite dishes. Go with me and have a taste，okay？ — A.I think so . And I'll be glad to meet your parents. B. I'd love to C. I'm sure D.I hope so
23. I'm not surprised that he became a writer. Even as a child he had a A. clear B. cautious C. funny D. vivid
24. Please make my excuse at his party — I've got too much work A.to do to come B.doing coming 25.—Got your driving license？ —No.I A. was too busy to have enough practice，so I didn't take the driving test last week. B. am C. have been D .had been C.to do coming D.doing to come
26. His efforts to raise money for his program were to take a cent out of their pockets. A .in place B. in sight C. in effect 27. So interested
because no one showed any intention
D .in vain
in sunbathing that they often go south with their families
B.the English is C.are the English D.the English are
A.is the English 28. ________hard you try，it is difficult to lose weight without cutting down the
amount you eat. A．However B．Whatever
29. The negotiation finally A.turned down 30. If you
as neither side was willing to co?operate.
B.broke down C.put down
that film late last night，you wouldn't be so sleepy.
C.wouldn't have seen
31. —What made Bill so angry？ — .His girlfriend promised to come at 8∶30，but she hasn't come yet.
A.Having kept waiting B.Being kept waiting C.To be keeping wait D.Being kept waited 32. At 13，Samuel received a training course in drawing for three years， opportunity for further development. A.after that B.after which C.after it D.after this 33. With inspiration from other food cultures, American food culture can take a ______ for the better. A. share B. chance C. turn D. lead from college. D. had graduated he got a good
34. By the time Jack returned home from England, his son A. graduated B. has graduated C. had been graduating
35. --- Better get down to your work, Jack. --- ___. A. It’s my pleasure C. Mind your own business B. Not to mention it D. You’re welcome
第二节：完形填空(共 20 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 20 分) 请认真阅读下面短文，从短文后各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该 项涂黑。 Lose-Win is weak. It’s easy to get stepped on. It’s easy to be the nice guy. It’s easy to give in, all in the name of being a peacemaker. A girl named Jenny once told me about her year before she finally broke My
in the world of Lose-Win during her eighth-grade she said to me sarcastically (讽刺地) “Wow,
: it so literally (字面地) that then and there I decided to close off from
with my mom all started one day
you’re surely lively today.” I her and never
back to her. So every time she would say something
I disagreed with her I
would just say. “Okay,
you want, Mom.” But I really got cold quickly. And my
build. One night I talked to my mom about the school homework and she said, “Oh, that’s went back to mop the floor. “Don’t you ever 46 was me. At last I just blew up. “Mom, this has got to do it because it’s
began to ” and then
?” I thought. But I didn’t say anything and stormed off. She had no idea I
upset. She would have been willing to talk to me had I
her bow important it was to
49 52 53
. You tell me everything you want me to do and I just
than if fighting. Well, I’m sick of it.” This all came as a my feelings with her.
After my blow up, we felt like we were lime. We discuss things now and I always
all over in our relationship. But it’s getting better all the
If you adopt Lose-Win as your basic You’ll also be 36. A. wanderings 37. A. out 38. A. relationship 39. A. as 40. A. regarded 41. A. fight 42. A. even if 43. A. however 44. A. coldness 45. A. true 46. A. care 47. A. also 48. A. warned 49. A. end 50. A. worse 51. A. surprise 52. A. going 53. A. share 54. A. way 55. A. hurting
toward life, then people will wipe their dirty feet on you. D. helplessness D. free D. improvement D. before D. took D. turn D. as though D. too much D. important D. listen D. already D. told D. stop D. less D. harm D. reviewing D. improve D. theory D. hiding
your true feelings deep inside. And that’s not healthy. B. disappointment B. down B. problems B. since B. treated B. struggle B. only if B. whatever B. anger B. impossible B. see B. still B. shown B. change B. easier B. pleasure B. starting B. have B. method B. waking C. lessons C. up C. quarrels C. when C. received C. talk C. which C. so much C. nice C. say C. even C. asked C. last C. more C. gift C. thinking C. discuss C. attitude C. storing
C. disagreement D. hope
第三部分：阅读理解(共 15 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 30 分) 请认真阅读下列短文，从短文后各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该 项涂黑。 A WASHINGTON — It is announced Friday that White House visitor records will be opened up on a regular basis for the first time in modern history, providing the public an unusually detailed look at who gets the opportunity to help shape American policy at the highest levels. “Americans have a right to know whose voices are being heard in the policymaking process,” the president said in a written statement issued by the White House while he vacationed with his family at Camp David. By the end of the year, the White House will begin posting online every month the names of the people who visited in the last 90 to 120 days. Each person’s full name will be listed, along with the date and time they entered and left and the name of the person they visited. About 70,000 to 100,000 people visit the White House each month, and the records will include tourists as well as people conducting business. The White House pointed out several exceptions to the policy: “purely personal guests” of the Obama family; those cases in which the disclosure(透露) of visitors’ names “would threaten national safety interests”; and those who come for “particularly sensitive meetings,” like candidates for a Supreme Court nomination(提名). Officials said only a “small number” will fit in the latter category, and their names would eventually be disclosed after they are no longer secret, like after a nomination is publicly announced. Moreover, they said, the number of undisclosed visitors will be disclosed, to make clear how few they are.
56. Why will the White House visitor records be open to the public? A. To attract more visitors to the White House. B. To allow people to know more about the life of the Obama family. C. To let the public know who are influencing the policies. D. To ask the public help correct the policies made by the government. 57. From the passage we can learn that ________. A. All the visitors’ names will be posted online soon after their visits B. Not all visitors are allowed to visit the White House C. Some visitors’ names can be found online until they’re not secret D. The records of the visitors will be kept for at least 4 months 58. According to the passage, whose name might be kept secret for some time? A. A tourist. B. A businessman. D. A foreign minister. C. A foreign student.
59. What’s the main idea of the passage? A. The White House will open the records of the visitors to the public. B. In America more and more people are becoming policy makers. C. The Americans have a right to know who are making policies. D. President Obama has announced a new policy while on holiday. B I once had my Chinese MBA students brainstorming on “two-hour business plans”. I separated them into six groups and gave them an example: a restaurant chain. The more original their idea, the better, I said. Finally, five of the six groups presented plans for restaurant chains. The sixth proposed a catering service. Though I admitted the time limit had been difficult, I expressed my disappointment. My students were middle managers, financial analysts and financiers from state owned enterprises and global companies. They were not without talent or opinions, but they had been shaped by an educational system that rarely stressed or rewarded critical thinking or inventiveness. The scene I just described came in different forms during my two years’ teaching at the school. Papers were often copied from the Web and the Harvard Business Review. Case study debates were written up and just memorized. Students frequently said that copying is a superior business strategy, better than inventing and creating. In China, every product you can imagine has been made and sold. But so few well developed marketing and management minds have been raised that it will be a long time before most people in the world can name a Chinese brand. With this problem in mind, partnerships with institutions like Yale and MIT have been established. And then there’s the “thousand talent scheme”: this new government program is intended to improve technological modernization by attracting top foreign trained scientists to the mainland with big money. But there are worries about China’s research environment. It’s hardly known for producing independent thinking and openness, and even big salary offers may not be attractive enough to overcome this. At last, for China, becoming a major world creator is not just about setting up partnerships with top Western universities. Nor is it about gathering a group of well educated people and telling them to think creatively. It’s about establishing a rich learning environment for young minds. It’s not that simple. 60. Why does the author feel disappointed at his students? A. Because there is one group presenting a catering service. B. Because the six groups made projects for restaurant chains.
C. Because all the students copied a case for the difficult topic. D. Because the students’ ideas were lacking in creativeness. 61. Which of the following scenes is NOT considered as lack of creation? A. Papers were often downloaded from the Internet. B. Students often said that copying is a preferable business strategy. C. Students combine knowledge and critical thoughts to solve a problem. D. Case study debates were written up as well as recited. 62. The underlined word “scheme” in the forth paragraph means ________. A. timetable B. theme C. project D. policy 63. We can infer from the passage that ________. A. China can make and sell any product all over the world B. high pay may not solve the problem of China’s research environment C. cooperation with institutions has been set up to make a Chinese brand D. the new government program are aimed at encouraging imagination 64. Which is the best title of the passage? A. Look for a New Way of Learning. B. Reward Creative Thinking. C. How to Become a Creator. D. Establish a technical Environment. C Whether in the workplace or on the football field, effective teamwork can produce amazing results． However, working successfully as a team is not as easy as it may seem． Effective teamwork certainly does not just happen automatically; it take s a great deal of hard work and compromise．There are a number of factors that must be in place to make a good team． Effective leadership is one of the most important components of good teamwork．The team’s leader should possess the skills to create and preserve a positive working environment and motivate and inspire the team members to take a positive approach to work and be highly committed．An effective team leader will promote a high level of spirit and make them feel supported and valued． Communication is a vital factor of all interpersonal relationship and especially that of a team． Team member s must be able to articulate their feelings, express plans and goals, share ideas and see each other’s opinions． Conflicts will arise no matter how well a team functions together．The best way to deal with conflicts is to have some organized methods of handling conflicts．Team members should be able to voice their concerns without fear of offending others． Instead of avoiding conflict issues, a hands-on approach that settles them quickly is much better．It is often advised that the team leader sit with the conflicting parties and help work out their differences without taking sides and trying to remain objective if possible． The team leader must set a good example to create good teamwork．In order to keep team members positive and committed and motivated, the team leader herself / himself needs to show these qualities．The team turns to the leader for support and guidance．So any negative words or behaviors on the leader’s part can be disastrous． Regardless of what type of work you are in, knowing how to effectively work on and with a team is going to be extremely important to your success and that of your team． 65．Effective leadership is important partly because ___________________． A．it creates a positive working environment B．it helps a leader to develop lots of skills C．it makes a leader fee l supported and valued D．it depends on interpersonal relationship of a team
66．When conflicts arise among team members, the team leader should __________． A．worry about the team members B．ignore the team members’ voices C．work out their differences D．try to avoid conflict issues 67．Which is the best title for the passage? A．Football And Teamwork B．Communication And Teamwork C．What Makes Effective Teamwork D．How to Handle Conflicts in a Team D In the Caucasus region of Russia, nearly 50 out of every 100,000 people live to celebrate their 100th birthday, and many don’t stop at 100! By comparison, in America only 3 people in 100,000 reach 100. But these Russian old people aren’t alone. The Pakistanis, who live high in the Himalaya Mountains, and the Ecuadorans of the Andes Mountains seem to share the secret of long life, too. These people remain healthy in body and spirit despite the passage of time. While many older persons in industrial societies become weak and ill in their 60s and 70s, some Caucasians aged 100 to 140, work in the fields beside their great-great-grandchildren. Even the idea of aging is foreign to them. When asked “at what age does youth end?”most of these old people had no answer. Several replied, “Well, perhaps at age 80.” What accounts for this ability to survive to such old age, and to survive so well？First of all, hard physical work is a way of life for all of these long-lived people. They begin their long days of physical labor as children and never seem to stop. For example, Mr . Rustam Mamedov is 142 years of age. His wife is 116 years old. They have been married for 90 years. Mr. Mamedov has no intention of retiring from his life as a farmer. “Why？What else would I do？”he asks. All these people get healthful rewards from the environment in which they work. They all come from mountainous regions. They live and work at elevations of 1,660 to 1,000 meters above sea level. The air has less oxygen and is pollution-free. This reduced-oxygen environment makes the heart and blood vessel(血管) system stronger. Another factor that may contribute to the good health of these people is their isolation. To a great extent, they are separated from the pressures and worries of industrial society. Inherited factors also play some role. Most of the longest-lived people had parents and grandparents who also reached very old ages. Good family genes may, therefore, be one factor in living longer. 68．The example of Mr. And Mrs. Mamedov implies that some Caucasians aged 100 to 140 ____. A．become weak and hopeless B．are too old to work in the fields C．benefit from physical work D．are still working in the fields 69．What is the main way of life for all of these long-lived people? A．Retiring from their lives as farmers. B．Having been married for 90 years. C．Hard physical work. D．Having no intentions. 70．Which of the following factors isn’t helpful to people’s health and long life?
A．Clean mountain air. C． Good genes
B．Daily hard work. D．. Stress and pressure.
第四部分：任务型阅读(共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分)
请认真阅读下列短文，并根据所读内容在文章后表格中的空格里填入一个最恰当的单词。 注意：请将答案写在答题卡上相应题号的横线上。每个空格只填一个单词。 If Mickey Mouse is a westerner who has captured the world，Hello Kitty is the world’s sweetheart from Asia. With its two innocent black eyes and the cute ribbon on its ear，this white-faced kitten has captivated(迷住）the hearts of women of all ages since 1974. Hello Kitty is found on more than 50 thousand items，including toys，school supplies， make-up and even neckties. To celebrate the character’s 38' birthday，an exhibition called“Inside Kitty" is underway at the Seongnam Arts Center in Yatab-dong. “Kitty was not popular at all at first，even in Japan. Only since 1985，11 years after it was born，have people started to pay attention to it， ”Yuko Yamaguchi，one of the designers of the character，told the press. “Hello Kitty was only for kids then. But in 1987，I got a letter from a high school student who said that her friends teased her because she had a Hello Kitty product. She asked the company to make something that did not look strange for her to carry around. Since then we’ve tried to come up with things that all ages can enjoy， ”Yamaguchi said. Hello Kitty became popular after being displayed in Anna Sui boutiques(精品店）in the United States. Young women from all over the world have been in love with the character ever since. The boutique of MAC，a make-up brand，packed，on the day the brand was released，its first products made in collaboration with Hello Kitty. “The character has to communicate with people. It should change over time，and always stay fashionable，＂Yamaguchi said. “Inside Kitty" starts by viewing the past of the character. Kitty fans will be delighted to see Hello Kitty items from throughout the past 38 years on display. Hello Kitty 71____________ its 38th birthday Appearance Two innocent 72__________ eyes, a cute ribbon on its ear, and a white face. Related products About 50 thousands items 73_________ toys, school supplies, and make-up. 74________ ? It came into 75_______ in
? It has been 76________ since 1985, 11years after its 77_______. ? In 1987, it was designed to appeal to all ages instead of only to
78_______. The 38th birthday celebration An exhibition 79_________ “Inside Kitty” is being held where Hello Kitty items from throughout the past 38 years will be on 80_______.
第五部分：书面表达(满分 25 分)
81. 假设你是新华中学的学生李华，父母答应你今年高三毕业后去英国进行为期 10 天的观光旅游。请你 给你的英国网友 Tom 写一封电子邮件，咨询以下事情： 1. 不随旅游团的食宿、交通等问题； 2. 必看景点与时间安排； 3. 邀请他到中国观光。 注意：注意： 1. 可围绕主题适当发挥，以使行文连贯。 2. 作文词数 150 左右； 3. 作文中不得提及有关考生个人身份的任何信息，如校名、人名等。 Dear Tom, How is everything going?_________________________________________ I am looking forward to your early． Yours, Li Hua
英 语 试 题
二卷答题卡 第四部分：任务型阅读(共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分) 71______________72__________73____________74____________75___________ 76______________77__________78____________79____________80___________ 第五部分：书面表达(满分 25 分) Dear Tom, How is everything going?____________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________
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I am looking forward to your early． Yours, Li Hua
2013-2014 年度高三阶段考试卷英语试题参考答案 第一部分(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分，共 20 分)
第三部分 (共 15 小题;每小题 2 分，共 30 分) 阅读理解 56—59 CCDA 60—64 DCCBA 65--67 ACC 68—70 CCD
第四部分任务型读写(共10小题;每小题1分，共10分) 71. celebrates 72. black 73. including 74. Development 78. kids / children 79. named/called 80. display/show 第五部分(满分 25 分) 81.书面表达评分标准：1. 超字或字数不够扣 2 分。2. 拼写错误 3 处扣 1 分；句型错 1 处扣 2 分。3. 卷面 乱扣 5 分。4. 几乎每句都有错 10 分以下。 One possible version Dear Tom, How is everything going? I cannot wait to tell you the good news that my parents have just promised me to make a 10-day tour of England after my graduation from senior high school this summer． That will be a really good chance for me to experience English culture close up, meanwhile to practise my oral English． I have learned English for many years, but after all it is only book knowledge． As I don’t like to join in a group, could you please offer me some advice on where to stay, what to eat and how to travel in such a short time? I’d appreciate it if you could tell me the must-see tourist attractions and the time arrangement for the tour． I’m sure your advice will surely make my visit enjoyable and worthwhile． I’d like to invite you to visit China in your convenient time． I`m looking forward to your early reply． Yours, LiHua 75.being/ existence 76. popular77. birth