成都市 2013 级高中毕业班零诊英语试题及答案 （满分 150 分，考试时间 120 分钟）
第 I 卷(100 分)
第一部分听力（共两节，满分 30 分〉 第一节（共 5 小题;每小题 1 . 5 分，满分 7. 5 分） 1. What was the original price of the T-shirt? A. $ 14. B. $
28. C. $ 40 2. What will Jessica do on the weekend? A. Work on her paper. B. Make some plans. C. Go shopping 3. What has the man decided to do on Saturday? A. To meet a friend. B. Tb visit an exhibition . C. To attend a wedding. 4. Where are the two speakers? A. In a classroom. B. At a hotel. C. In a store. 5. When does the bank close on Saturday? A. At 9 : 00 pm. B. At 5 5: 00 pm. C. At 4:00 pm 第二节（共 15 小題;每小题 1.5 分，满分 22.5 分〉 听第 6 段材料，回答第 6 至第 7 題。 6. What do we know about Linda? A. She lives near the central bus station. B. She likes to work with other girls, C. She prefers a room of her own. 7. What is good about the flat? A. It has a big kitchen B. It has good furniture C. It has a large sitting room. 听第 7 段材料，回答第 8 至第 9 題. 8. Where has Susuan been? A. Florencee B. Milan C. Rome. 9. What has Susan got in her suitcase? A. Stones B. Milan C. Gifts 听第 8 段材料，回答第 10 至 12 题。 10. Who is making the telephone call? A. Jack Cooper. B. Thomas Jerry. C. Leman Brothers. 11. What is the message about? A. A visit to England. B. The date for a trip. C. A business meeting. 12. What relationship is the woman to Mr. Jerry? A. His secretary. B. His boss. C. His wife. 听第 9 段材料，回答第 13 至 16 题。 13. What color was the small car? A. Orange. B. Green. C. Yellow. 14. What was Mrs. Smith doing when the traffic accident took place? A. Getting ready to cross the road. B. Walking along York Avenue. C. Standing outside a hotel.
15. How did the accident happen? A. A bank clerk rushed into the street. B. A car ran into a lorry. C. A lorry hit a car. 16. Who could the man speaker most probably be? A. A police officer. B. The driver of the lorry. C. A person who saw the accident. 听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. What is the talk mainly about? A. The plan for that day. B. The history of the school C. The courses for the term. 18. Where can the visitors learn about the subjects for new students? A. In the school hall. B. In the classrooms. C. In the science labs. 19. What can students do in the practical area? A. attend workshops. B. Take science courses. C. Enjoy excellent meals. 20. When are the visitors expected to ask questions? A. After the welcome speech B. Before the tour of the labs. C. EXiring the lunch hour. 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 Thanks for signing up for the 2014 Black Friday Turkey Trot! This email will provide some basics about the race and some great news! First，your race packet (参赛物品包）is ready and can be picked up at the Fleet Feet Sports Tulsa location you^e specified during registration. Hours for pickup Tuesday, 10 am to 8 pm (Fleet Feet Kings Point) Tuesday, 10 am to 7 pm (Fleet Feet Blue Dome) Wednesday, 10 am to 5 pm (both stores^ closing early for Thanksgiving) Packets can also be picked up on the race day at BOK Center, beginning at 8 s 30 am. Race Start Times 1) 5 mile, 8 s 30 am 2) 1 mile fun run, 9: 30 am Parking There is surface parking to the east of the BOK Center, and some surface parking to the west of the Convention Center. Many lots will be pay-lots. Please pay attention to the signs. We suggest arriving early to find parking. Race Timing The 5km run will be timed using the BIB-TAG system. Your race number will have a timing device attached to the back of the race number? don^t remove or bend this device. Simply wear the Bib on the front of your body on the outside of your clothing so it is visible and facing forward. You don^t need to return the Bibt which is disposable. The Turkey Trot is also a kick-off event for our weekend long " FITNATIC" celebration---we
also have a huge number of events and specials all weekend. For more information, please visit http://www. fleetfeettulsa. fitnatic. Com. See you on Friday! 21. Where should a runner go to pick up his packet at 8: 30 am on Friday? A. Kings Point. B. Convention Center. C. Blue Dome. D. BOK Center. 22. How long will the FITNATIC celebration last? A. Seven days. B. Five days. C. Two days. D. One day. 23. What is the purpose of the passage? A. to attract sports fans to apply for the activity. B. To inform the race participants of the activity. C. To describe details related to the activity. D. To collect money for the parking-lots, B More than 2. 25 billion cups of coffee are drunk throughout the world each day, and it?s likely that many taste bitter. Nowt a new study suggests that coffee fans can make their drink sweeter by changing the color of their cups. Researchers from Oxford set out to prove whether the claim that coffee drunk from a white cup tastes bitter was true. They used 36 volunteers and three different colored cups — blue* white and transparent glass —to examine the claim. In one experiment, the white cup increased the intensity of the coffee taste relative to the transparent cup. Then, in a second experiment, coffee drunk from the white cup was found to taste less sweet when compared to the other colored cups* while the blue cup made the coffee taste the sweetest. The scientists believe that the color brown may be associated with bitterness, and coffee in a white cup appears the brownest. "Our study clearly shows that tl?e color of a cup does influence our sense of the coffee taste," leading author Dr. George Doom, wrote in an article for The Conversation. "The effect of the color of the cup on the taste of the coffee reported here suggests that cafe owners should carefully consider the color of their cups,w he said. "The potential effects may spell the difference between a one-time purchase and a return customer. Actually, the idea that color can change the food and drink taste came out many years ago. A study published last year reported that red, strawberry-flavored cake served on a white plate was rated as 10 percent sweeter than the same food presented on a black plate. 24. The passage is mainly about_____. A. he popularity of sweet coffee B. an experiment made in Oxford C. he effect of cup color on coffee taste D. useful tips on how to make coffee 25.which cup will coffee taste the sweetest? A. A white cup. B. A blue cup. C. A transparent cup. D. A brown cup. 26. Cafe owners should consider their cupsy color in order to____.
A. reduce the daily expenses B. show their taste in coffee C. appeal to more customers D. make their cafe different 27. We learn from the passage that_____ . A. coffee in a white cup tastes sweeter than that in a transparent glass B. over 2 billion cups of sweet coffee are drunk worldwide each year C. Dr. George Doom wrote an article about making conversations D. the idea that color could affect the taste of drink is not new C We should feel grateful in our heart when we accept anything others sacrifice for us. However, we often unconsciously do the opposite, which may not be regarded as returning kindness with ingratitude? but have the equal power to harm each other. In particular, the closer the relationship ist the more determined we are. Jennifer, my friend Randy^s mother, is already over 70, poor eyesight and weak legs. But due to her character, she chose to live alone in the suburbs. No matter how busily Randy works* he would go there to visit her once or twice every week. That day as soon as he parked his car?Randy smelt the delicious smell of meal coming from her mother?s house. His mother said， ”Your birthday is coming next week, so I?m preparing pork trotters (猪蹄）for you!" Seeing the steaming delicious trotters，he couldn?t help complaining， "I don?t like these things at all，so fatty.” On his way back，he called me, saying that he felt sorry. In fact，he longed to thank his mother and eat up that bowl of trotters. But he felt sorry that it took her too much time and energy. If he didn^t stop her strictly, he was afraid the same thing would continue. He would rather not eat trotters any more than have his mother overwork. I understand how he felt exactly. Each of us has done like that. Because of feeling sorry for others?sacrifice, we purposely harden our heart against accepting others? favor and even criticize them severely in order to frighten their goodness away and make them never do that again. This method may work, but it will hurt each other ?s feelings. It? s not wrong logically， but we always neglect another sound deep in our heart: because we?re afraid we can?t repay them， we?re unwilling to shoulder others? goodness. So we reduce its value and refuse it severely. But to destroy others^ goodness is also to deny you. 28. Randy refused to eat the pork trotters his mother cooked because . A. Ke disliked them at all B. they were really very fatty C they weren?t his favorite taste D. he didn?t want her to overwork 29. Randy telephoned the author to___. A. express his apology to his mother B. complain about his mother C. apologize for his rudeness D. ask for a bowl of trotters 30. According to the authort we sometimes say “no” to other ?s favor so that_____. A. they can be frightened away B. they won?t continue doing that C. we needn?t repay them later D. we won?t feel sorry for their sacrifice 31. In the last paragraph, the author implies that we should _____ .
A. refuse others^ favor immediately C. repay othersJ goodness actively
B. deal with others? favor wisely D. shoulder others?goodness completely
D For a while, I wrote a “Tuesday tip” on my blog Lyonsdertmom. com. It was about easy week-night dinners，organizing parties or perhaps finding time out for friends. About a year ago, I ran out of tips. The truth? As a busy working mom with five busy kids, I probably do have a few tips to share. But honestly, the bar is set pretty low—on a recent day when I was walking our dog, a stranger who knew I had five kids said，"Wow! You have a dog，too?! And it even looks like you showered today!" Yes, it?s true, I shower. Not every day，but most days. See, I?m telling the truth. Honestly, in this cold winter, I?m probably taking a shower more to warm up than to clean up. Other funny truths? I?m tired. In fact，for the past year，I?ve been too tired to type up any update on our life here in Lyons Den. It?s hard to arrange a career with all these kids. Although folks just believe that it must be so much easier now since all the kids are in school, I?m here to tell you, it?s not. It?s really not. When I get home from work, I?m often tearfully greeted by five tired kids and five homework folders filled with math facts, invitations, notices and artwork. All those happy smiling faces I share on Facebook are real. We are a happy family — thank God for that! But we?re not always smiling, and even in those rare best times when I can get all five kids looking at the camera, the odds would be that one of them isn?t wearing underwear, one is pinching (捏） someone behind the scenes and one is just perfectly pronouncing " Damn!" So，less perfectly-posed pictures, but more telling the truth. Even if only on Tuesdays. 32. It seems that the author^s life used to be _____ . A. tiring B. busy C. relaxing D. funny 33. Which of the following is true about the author? A. She can?t get along well with her neighbors. B. She?s living a happy life with her family. C. She likes to have a shower every day. D. She has already closed her blog now. 34. Which of the following words can best take the place of the word ,roddsM? A. answers. B. chances. C. solutions. D. ways. 35. The passage mainly talks about_____ A. the happiness of a working mother B. the worry of a working mother C. the hardship of a working mother D. the bittersweet of a working mother 第二节（共 5 小题;每小题 2 分，满分 10 分）根据短文内容，从短文后的选项中选出能填 人空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。 People tend to become more personal and hide less of themselves when using email. Some Britain researchers have found in a recent study that there are good reasons for this. The team of researchers asked 83 pairs of students, all strangers to each other, to solve a problem. They had to discuss this question： 36 The pairs of students had to talk over the problem either face to face or by computers. Dr. Johnson said, "They told their partners four times as much about
themselves when they talked over the Internet as when they talked face to face. When the computers were fitted with cameras so that students could see each other, this limited the personal side of the conversation. 37 It was mainly about things such as where they went to school, or where they used to live. But some students discussed their love stories, and personal childhood experiences. Dr. Johnson believes that emailing encourages people to focus on themselves. 38 "If you cannot see the other person，it becomes easier to talk about yourself. This is because you are not thinking what the other person is thinking of you. So emailing has become the modern way of talking,” said Dr. Johnson. 39 " In the 19th century people started to use the ?telegraph? to communicate. Now the same kind of thing has happened and people ended up speaking more freely. Dr. Johnson thinks that emailers need to know about these effects of emailing, especially when they start work in a company, " 40 "
A. Love stories are a popular choice. B. However, this style of talking is not entirely new. C. Generally, the information was not extremely personal. D. The more personal information you give?the more friends you can make. E. And when they do this?they become more open, especially if there are no cameras. F. If only five people in the world could be saved from a world disaster, who should they be? G. If you didn^t know about it, you could find yourself saying more about yourself than you wanted to do.
第三部分完形填空(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， 选出可填人空白处的 最 佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 Samuel was back at the bookshop. He had only one goal in mind — to find a book that he had not 41 the previous day. The book was one of the seven that he had 4 2 to buy. But at the last moment, he changed his 4 3 . He put all seven back on the shelf. Samuel had a personal 44 at home with over 1,000 books — almost all unread. He had more reading materials in his small 45 than he could finish in two lifetimes, yet his 46 for more remained burning. He finally 47 to put his foot down. "Not one more book”, he told himself, “ 48 it is really special. " In fact，yesterday?s book fitted the bill. It was a biography of one of his favorite authors — Stephen King, one of America?s most 49 fiction authors. But it wasn?t 50 for King himself— early in his 51 ， he got hundreds of rejection (退稿）notices, Samuel wanted to be a great 52 and King was his role model.
Samuel immediately 53 one of the books he piled up yesterday, and in minutes, he found all except one — the Stephen King book. "What a 54 !” he thought， "the one that I want to find is the one that I can?t find." Samuel took a walk 55 the shop, knowing that people often pick up something in one place and then leave it in another. The book was a thick paperback with a red cover. But it was 56 to be found. So for Samuel, the big 57 was on. Every bookshop he went to would involve a search for the King book. This new search added the 58 to his bookshop life. Samuel had held something special in his hands. But only when he 59 did he realize its value. When he found it again, it would 60 be his favorite book that he never got around to reading. 41. A. found B. bought C. missed D. ordered 42. A. got B. asked C. refused D. intended 43. A. habit B. attitude C. mind D. emotion 44. A. relationship B. computer C. library D. choice 45. A. office B. apartment C. bed D. desk 46. A. house B. plan C. stove D. thirst 47. A. decided B. offered C. hoped D. agreed 48. A. because B. unless C. when D. if 49. A. popular B. qualified C. traditional D. unsuccessful 50. A. important B. terrible C. tiring a easy 51. A. childhood B. calendar C. career a creation 52. A. writer B. collector C. thinkerD. reader 53. A. took B. spotted C. selected D. ignored 54. A. deal B. book C. joke D. pity 55. A. into B. outside C. towards D. throughout 56. A. nowhere B. somewhere C. anywhere D. everywhere 57. A. inspiration B. shopping C. hunt D. walk 58. A. goal B. curiosity C. pressure D. money 59. A. thought it over B. got it through C. finished it off D. let it go 60. A. formally B. certainly C. possibly D. generally
第 II 卷(50 分)
第一节 语篇型语法填空（共 10 小题;每小题 1. 5 分，满分 15 分）
阅读下面材料，在空白处填入适当的内容(不多于 3 个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。 Eddie drove over to Betty^s to see her, only to find she wasn^t home, so he wrote a note:
“ Hi，Betty. I love you and I miss you, w He was about 61 (tape) the note onto her front door when he saw her car pull up. She walked up the 62 (stair). Instead of the big smilet hug, and kiss that she usually greeted him with?she simply said, “What,s up?” “You didn?t call me back for 63 last two days, honey，so 1 came over to see you. He gave her the note. She 64 (open) it, read it, and put it on the kitchen table. "That?s sweet," she said, 65 (walk) into her bedroom. Eddie followed her and tried to hug her. "I have to wash my hands," she said. When she came out of the bathroom, she toid Eddie that he should go home. She said she was hungry after a whole 66 (tire) day, and was going to eat something 67 take a nap. She added that she might call him 68 (late). 69 Eddie?s entire five-minute visit, Betty constantly avoided his eyes. Instead of walking him out to his car, Betty locked her front door as soon as Eddie was outside her apartment, much to his 70 (disappoint). 第二节短文改错(共 10 小题;每小題 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。错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。 增加：在缺词处加一个漏字符号（A ),并在其下面写出该加的词。 删除:把多余的词用(\)划掉。 修改：在错的词下画一横线，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。 Last weekend, I helped rry grandparnts prepare for our trip to Xi?an. On Saturday morning, together with them, I searched the Intanet for the train schedule, the weather in Xi?an, or some hotel informations. In the afternoon, I went to the train station and manage to buy two tickets for them since there was a long queue. After cinner, I packed all the things that might be need into suitcase . And the next morning, I went to the station to see them away off. Wave goodbye to them on the platform, I felt very happy for them and wished them a safer journey. 笫三节书面表达（满分 25 分） 假如你是李明。你从朋友 Chris 处借的电子词典不幸遗失。现在，请用英文给他写封信， 内容包括： 1. 告知词典遗失并致歉； 2. 描述遗失经过； 3. 说明暂时无法赔偿及原因； 4. 承诺一定赔偿并再次请求原谅。 注意：1. 字数：100 词左右; 2. 信的开头与结束语已为你写好，并不计人总词数。 Dear Chris, …… Yours; Li Ming
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61. to tape 62. stairs 63. the 64. opened 65. walking 66. tiring/ tiresome 67. and 68. later 69. During 70. disappointment Last weekend, I helped rry grandparnts prepare for our trip to Xi?an. On Saturday morning, their together with them, I searched the Intanet for the train schedule, the weather in Xi?an, or some and hotel informations. In the afternoon, I went to the train station and manage to buy two tickets information manage for them since there was a long queue. After cinner, I packed all the things that might be need though/ Although into ∧suitcase . And the next morning, I went to the station to see them away off. Wave a 去掉 Waving goodbye to them on the platform, I felt very happy for them and wished them a safer journey. Safe Dear Chris， I?m sorry to tell you that I?ve lost your new electronic dictionary. Now I?m expressing my deepest apology for my carelessness. Actually，I put the dictionary in my schoolbag after we met in McDonald?s yesterday. But to my sorrow， it was stolen on my way home. I tried to get it back but failed. How angry and guilty I felt! This morning, I went to buy the same dictionary in some bookstores but it?s very expensive. However, I promise that I Ml tighten my belt these days to get you a completely new one by the end of this month. Please forgive me again and accept my sincere apology. Best wishes! (110 words) Yours， Li Ming