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2013 年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试(重庆卷) 英语高考模拟调研卷(六) 一、听力(共三节,满分 30 分) 做题时,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;每小题 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,并标在试题卷的相应位置。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. B.? 9.15. C.? 9.18. 答案选 B. 1. Where does the conversation possibly take place? A.In a gym. B.In a hospital. C.At a bookshop. 2. How does the woman feel? A.Satisfied. B.Angry. C.Happy. 3. Where does the conversation happen? A.At a drugstore. B.At a hospital. C.At a supermarket. 4. When should Miss Johnson go to meet Doctor White? A.At 10:00 next morning. B.At 10:30 next morning. C.At 11:00 next morning. 5. What’s the probable relationship between the two speakers? A.Husband and Wife. B.Father and Daughter. C.Doctor and Patient. 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。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,并标在试题卷的相应位置。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。 请听第 6 段材料,回答第 6~8 题。 6. Why is the man in a hurry? A.Because he thinks he is late for work. B.Because he is afraid he is late for the train. C.Because he is oversleeping. 7. What is the weather like? A.Foggy. B.Rainy. 8. What is the man going to do? A.Go home. B.Take a taxi. 请听第 7 段材料,回答第 9~11 题。 9. What is Rose doing? A.She is having a meeting. B.She is leaving. 10.Who is Celia? A.She is the man’s girlfriend. B.She is Rose’s friend. sister. 11.What does the man suggest?

C.Sunny. C.Have breakfast.

C.She is working. C.She is the man’s

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A.Rose should go to Florida. enjoy the weekend.

B.Rose should work harder.

C.Rose should

请听第 8 段材料,回答 12~14 题。 12.What is wrong with Rick? A.He fell off the tree and had his leg broken. B.He was injured by a car. C.He fell off his bicycle and hurt his leg. 13.What is William’s telephone number? A.563264. B.553264. 14.How will the woman get in touch with William? A.She will ring William. B.She will ride to his office and ask for help. C.She will go to the nearest hospital. 请听第 9 段材料,回答第 15~17 题。 15.How tall is the average American woman? A.5 feet 5 inches B.4 feet 5 inches. 16.What chance of divorce is it for the average American woman? A.12%. B.32%. 17.What can we learn about the average American woman? A.She has religion and believes in God. B.She spends half of her income on housing. C.She has only one credit card.

C.325546.

C.5 feet 4 inches. C.50%.

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,每空限填一个词或一个数。填入 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 18~20 题。 A Storm in South Africa The number of people becoming homeless The time when the storm began What the government did Over Early in the Provided food, 20 18 19 and houses

二、单项选择(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,并在答题卡上将该项 涂黑。 例:It is generally considered unwise to give a child he or she wants. A.however B.whatever C.whichever D.whenever 答案是 B. 21.—Could you show me how to use the new photocopier? — . I’ll come around after lunch and show you how easy it is to use it. A.It doesn’t matter B.Never mind C.Sure, no worries D . It never happens 22.—Catherine, can you say something about your job? —Yeah, I first served as a tourist guide, and in a company ever since.
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A.has worked B.was working C.had worked D.had been working 23.Must-have items often go with many different styles. For example, skinny jeans are must-have in today’ fashion. A.the; the B./; the C./; / D./; a 24. Happiness, it seems, is not a factor of you have. You can feel happy listening to a good song, or in any number of ways that don’t require any possessions at all. A.how B.what C.whom D.where 25.Everyone should look back with honesty and think how often you’ve said unkind things the expense of a friend. A.in B.to C.at D.through 26.New York is one of the last American cities some of its policemen on horseback. A.to have B.having C.having had D.has 27.This term, meal pal, refers to such office workers lunch together during work days to share high prices as well as the delicious dishes in nearby restaurants. A.which B.that C.who D.as 28.It takes a strong man to save himself, and a great man to save . A.other B.another C.the others D.the other 29.—That radio’s pretty loud. Could you turn it down, please? — Sorry. ? A.Do I disturb you B.Had I disturbed you C.Was I disturbing you D.will I disturb you 30.—Excuse me, my metro card is broken. Where will I get it replaced? — Sorry, we replace your card here. You need to go to Xidan Station. A.won’t B.mustn’t C.needn’t D.can’t 31. his courage, I don’t think he acted wisely. A.Much as I admire B.As I much admire C.Much do as I admire D.As I do much admire 32.The more help a man has in his garden, the less it him. A.is belonged to B.belongs to C.belongs D.is belonged 33. easy for computer crimes to go It’s if no one checks up on what the computer is doing. A.having been noticed B.to have noticed C.unnoticing D.unnoticed 34. he lives with disabilities, he is grateful everyday that he is still alive. A.Before B.Whether C.Unless D.While 35.—Can I find many bargains at flea markets? — . Because you are a tourist, it might be harder for you to get good prices. A.Of course, all the time B.No, don’t go there C.Well, it really depends D.Surely, believe in yourself 三、完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下面两篇短文,掌握其大意,然后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 In 1994 I wrote a letter which was addressed to me. I put it away and completely forgot about
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it. It wasn’t until we 36 into our new home in 2006 that I found it again. Dear Sherri, By the time you read this you will be 30. At 18 I had so many dreams about where you’d be, what you’d be doing and with whom you’d 37 your life with. Right now I hope you have 38 and seen everything you’ve always wanted to, both in Canada and overseas, and maybe settled down in Australia doing some research in the field of 39 . I hope you’re married to Gwynn, the man of your dreams. If everything 40 according to plan you’ll be living in Australia in a big house in a small town with a dog, Gwynn and your two beautiful children. Hopefully you have a 41 in the medical field, maybe doing research in genetics. 42 , if things don’t go as you like, I wish you all the love and joy and don’t settle for anything 43 than the best since that is absolutely what you 44 . Lov e Sherri “18” When I read this, I think this is really cool. So much of what I wanted for myself has 45 . I’m 46 if you guys have ever written anything to your future self and how it matches your current reality. If you haven’t, will you join me in writing a letter now to yourself in 10 years from now? It’s an interesting little 47 . 36.A.rushed 37.A.end 38.A.spoken 39.A.physics 40.A.goes D.remains 41.A.cause D.company 42.A.However 43.A.more 44.A.please 45.A.realized 46.A.angry 47.A.experiment B.removed B.waste B.traveled B.politics B.comes B.result B.Besides B.few B.deserve B.obtained B.curious B.exam C.moved C.spend C.listened C.history C.keeps C.career C.Then C.less C.try C.showed C.puzzled C.test D.Therefore D.little D.fail D.materialized D.happy D.story D.ran D.cherish D.worked D.biology

B There is a popular belief among parents that schools are no longer interested in spelling. No school I have ever taught in has ever 48 spelling or considered it unimportant as a basic skill. There are, however, different ideas about how to 49 it, or how much priority it must be given over general language development and writing ability. The 50 is, how to encourage a c h i l d t o e x p r e s s h i m s e l f 51 and confidently in writing without holding him back with the complexities of 52 . If spelling becomes the only focus of his teacher’s interest, clearly a bright child will be l i k e l y t o ― p l a y 53 ‖. He will tend to write the only words within his spelling range, choosing to 54 adventurous language. That’s 55 teachers often encourage the early use of dictionaries and
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pay attention to content rather than technical ability. 48.A.noticed 49.A.teach 50.A.trouble 51.A.slowly 52.A.speaking 53.A.safe 54.A.risk 55.A.how B.ignored B.read B.truth B.quickly B.living B.dangerous B.face B.why C.recognized C.understand C.problem C.freely C.reading C.soft C.adopt C.because D.missed D.change D.attitude D.luckily D.spelling D.easy D.avoid D.when

四、阅读理解(共 20 小题;每小题 2 分,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 Please excuse me if I’m a little sad today because Mark is leaving. You probably don’t know Mark, but you might be lucky enough to know someone just like him. He’s been the heart and soul of the office for a couple of years combining professional skills with a sweet and gentle nature. He’s never been all that interested in getting credit for the terrific work he does. He just wants to do his job, and to do it superbly well. And now he’s moving on to an exciting new professional opportunity. It sounds like it could be the chance of a lifetime, and we’re sincerely pleased for him. But that doesn’t make it any easier to say goodbye to a dear friend and trusted colleague. Life has a way of throwing these curve balls at us. Just when we start to get comfortable with a person, a place or a situation, something comes along to alter the recipe. A terrific neighbor moves away. Someone in the family graduates. A child finds new love and loyalties through marriage. The family’s bread-winner is laid off. Our ability to cope with change and disruption determines our peace, happiness and contentment in life. But how do we do that? According to the author of Ecclesiastes, comfort can be found in remembering that ―to everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under heaven. Let today embrace the past with remembrance, and the future with longing.‖ ―Change, indeed, is painful, yet ever needful,‖ said philosopher Thomas Carlyle. ―And if memory have its force and worth, so also has hope.‖ We’re going to miss Mark. But rather than dwell on the sadness of our parting, we’ll focus on our hopes for a brighter future —for him, and for us. And then we’ll go out and do everything we can to make that future happen. Until our plans change —again. 56.What will happen to Mark soon? A.He will pass away. B.He will leave for a new job. C.He will get married. D.He will stay with us forever. 57.The underlined word credit means . A.praise B.criticism C.opportunity D.job 58.From the passage, we can learn that . A.any change can make us upset any time B.it is easy to say goodbye to a dear friend and trusted colleague C.our happiness depends on our ability to deal with change

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D.comfort can be found in remembering the sadness 59.The best title of the passage may be . A.My Friend Mark B.Focus on Hopes Sad Story B

C.Always Changing

D . A

Travel The world’s weirdest beaches: Ten unusual beaches, where visitors can expect green sand, hot springs and wandering elephants. Gearing up for Florida 2012 St. Petersburg: readers’ tips Fashion Chloe Green’s shoe debut: Green, daughter of Arcadia boss Sir Philip Green, is launching her CJG shoe range with Topshop. She Wears It Well: Quentin Jones Motoring In pictures: Jaguar’s F-type : Jaguar’s new F-type in disguised prototype form. The two-seater goes on-sale in 2013. Jaguar’s new F-type sports car Mercedes-Benz SL in pictures The best value new cars to buy and run Technology Anonymous mounts China hacking attack Google unveils augmented reality glasses Half a million Macs infected by ―Flashback‖ Trojan Personal Finance National Lottery: what’s the luckiest number? Since the National Lottery began in November 1994 the number 38 ball has been drawn most often. ―Buy oil, not gold‖ House prices rise 2.2pc in March Education ―Middle-class children are being turned into spoilt‖ little Buddhas Top 10 psychology courses School standards at risk from attempts to ―cure social ills‖ Gardening Cornwall Spring Flower Show: in pictures How to water your garden in the drought Plot to beat the drought Food & Drink Stevie Parle’s Easter menu: the recipes The very best Easter eggs Too much fuss about foie gras? MORE FROM TELEGRAPH.CO.UK 60.If you are fond of green sand and hot springs, you can go to . A.St. Petersburg B.the weirdest beaches C.Florida D.Cornwall
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61.Which section will help you to buy a new car? A.Motoring. B.Personal Finance. C . Fashion. D.Technology. 62.Which number will possibly bring you good luck? A.2012. B.1994. C.38. D.10. 63.This passage is probably taken from . A.a diary B.a travel book C.a text book D . a newspaper C The landmark clock tower containing Big Ben at Britain’s Palace of Westminster, is leaning, while media reports Monday said the mother of all parliaments (议会) was slipping into the River Thames, raising fears over its future. The House of Commons commission, which is responsible for the upkeep of the 19th century clock tower, was due to meet Monday. Media reports said it would discuss a surveyor’s report which could recommend lawmakers move out for repairs costing up to one billion pounds, while the Daily Telegraph said another proposal might be to sell to Russian or Chinese developers for about 500 million pounds ($779.7 million). But a commission spokesman said there was no surveyor’s report, and members were only meeting to discuss setting up a group to look at general long-term renovation (整修) of the building. The 96-metre tall clock tower, which houses the bell originally nicknamed Big Ben, leans about 46 cm to the left of its peak. A construction expert who worked on the leaning tower of Pisa in Italy and a multi-storey carpark under the houses of parliament in central London, said there was nothing to worry about, and it would take 10,000 years to reach an angle of concern. Professor John Burland of Imperial College London also said work on the underground Jubilee train line in the 1990s had not caused dramatic movement, while a spokesman for the commission said the leaning could have existed since its construction in 1859. ―The lean which is just visible to the naked eye had been there for years,‖ Burland said. ―It was probably developed at a very early stage because there’s no cracking in the cladding (包层) and we think it probably leant while they were building it and before they put the cladding on. He also removed concern that parliament was slipping into the Thames, while the commission’s spokesman denied the walls around the palace were suffering from a particularly bad sinking problem causing Big Ben to lean. 64.The first paragraph serves to . B.introduce the topic of the passage D.inform people of the news

A.provide background information C.remind people of the danger

65.Why was the House of Commons commission to meet Monday? A.Because it would discuss a surveyor’s report. B.Because it would recommend lawmakers move out for repairs. C.Because it would discuss setting up a group to look at general renovation. D.Because it would discuss selling clock tower to Russian or Chinese developers.

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A.the leaning was caused by underground Jubilee train line B.parliaments were slipping into the Thames C.The clock tower leans about 96 cm to the left of its peak D.the leaning could have existed a long time ago 67.The underlined sentence in the 4th paragraph means .

A.the houses of parliament will sink into the Thames soon B.the tower of Pisa is still leaning, so is the clock tower C.people will worry about the leaning tower of Pisa in10,000 years D.the leaning of the clock tower is no big deal now D Do you regularly get together to talk with your family about problems or the day’s events? Or is your idea of family communication nodding to one another as you pass each other on the way to the bathroom? Want to improve your family’s communication skills? Try implementing these simple steps. Create opportunities for talking. It’s no secret that Americans are overworked and overscheduled. Parents rush home from work to take kids to soccer practice, piano lessons and Girl Scout meetings. Kids would rather text their friends than chat with Mom or Dad, and we have a family communication crisis. So what can you do? Make time for talking by reducing the number of activities your family is involved in each week. Turn off the radio, the cell phones and the personal game players, and use that opportunity to catch up on the day’s activities. Insist on family meals Family meals creates ritual (仪式的) and routine that kids come to expect. Use the family dinner table as an opportunity to share what’s going on in family members’ lives. Go on individual dates with your family Spending time with each of your children lets them know that they matter and aren’t getting lost in a busy day or large family. Older teens might enjoy going out for a hamburger. Younger children often enjoy going to the supermarket, especially when you let them select their favorite food. Regular date nights for couples and lunches with aging parents keeps those relationships healthy, as well. Remember to listen Listen four times longer than you speak. Sometimes a parent’s first reaction is to scream, especially to negative news. Do your best to avoid this, and if you do explode before your child is finished, apologize quickly and assure him or her that you’re now ready to listen. Use technology to your advantage Why not create a family newsletter by using the computer? Ask everyone in the family to contribute ―articles‖ and information about themselves. Or maybe you could create a family Web site or blog. Create family traditions Tucking (盖好被子) the kids into bed at night, setting up a family movie night or attending
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religious services are all examples of family traditions. If your family is short on traditions, there’s no reason you can’t start some now. 68.The author writes the passage to . A.offer tips for better family communication B.describe what family communication is C.explain why family communication is important D.provide people with information on family 69.The author mentions the Girl Scout meetings to . A.prove that family activities are very good B.suggest a family is involved in too many activities C.say family activities are not necessary D.imply Americans are overworked 70.Why should we go on individual dates with family members? A.Because the date lets them know that they matter. B.Because they are often lost in a busy day. C.Because they are often lost in a large family. D.Because the date is special to them. 71.Which of the following is the author most probably in favor of? A.Family communication is just nodding to one another. B.Parent’s first reaction to negative news is to scream. C.You should create a family newsletter on your own. D.Setting up a family movie night is helpful in family communication. E If you think texting while walking is dangerous, just wait until everyone starts wearing Google’s futuristic, Internet-connected glasses. While wearing a pair, you can see directions to your destination appear actually before your eyes. You can talk to friends over video chat, take a photo or even buy a few things online as you walk around. Google gave a glimpse of ―Project Glass‖ in a video and blog post this week. Still in an early prototype (原型) stage, the glasses open up endless possibilities—as well as challenges to safety, privacy and fashion sensibility. The prototypes Google displayed have a fashionable wrap-around look and appear nothing like heavy 3D glasses. In development for a couple of years, the project is the creation of Google X, the online search-leader’s secret facility that spawned the self-driving car and could one day send elevators into space. If it takes off, it could bring reality another step closer to science fiction, where the line between human and machine blurs (模糊). ―My son is 4 years old and this is going to be his generation’s reality,‖ said Guy Bailey, who works for a university outside Atlanta. He expects it might even be followed by body implants, so that in 10 years or so you’ll be able to get such a ―heads-up display‖ (平视显示) inside your head. In Google’s video, a guy wearing the glasses is shown getting subway information, arranging to meet a friend for coffee and navigating the inside of a bookstore, all with the help of the glasses. It ends with him playing the guitar for a woman and showing her the sunset through a video chat. Google posted the video and short blog post about Project Glass on Wednesday, asking people to offer feedback through its Google Plus social network.
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By Thursday, about 500 people did, voicing a mix of amazement and concern about the new technology. What if people used it in cars and got distracted? What about the effect on your vision of having a screen so close to your eye? 72.Wearing the glasses, you may do many things EXCEPT . A.talk to friends over video chat B.take a photo C.buy a few things online D.send elevators into space. 73.It can be inferred that . A.the glasses have brought reality another step closer to science fiction B.the glasses have become the most popular among people C.the glasses will possibly have a bright future D.the glasses will have a bad effect on eyes 74.What is the passage mainly about? A.Google’s futuristic, Internet-connected glasses. B.the most fashionable Google’s 3D glasses. C.the creation of Google X in the past. D.Google’s heads-up display in the future. 75.What’s the author’s attitude towards the glasses? A.Doubtful. B.Objective. C.Subjective. D.Contented. 五、写作(共两个写作任务,满分 35 分) 写作一(满分 15 分) 要求:1. 请就右图反映出的问题发表你的感受。 2. 有明确的观点,词汇 60 词以上。
In the exam

写作二(满分 20 分) 假设你是李华,你得知重庆大学将于 2013 年 12 月 9 日 举办为期一周的―中国语言文化冬令营‖活动。你的美国朋 2013 中国语言文化冬令营 日常会话、汉字书写 友 David 计划来中国旅行并了解中国文化,请你写信介绍冬 主要课程 川剧、中国民乐、中国绘画欣赏 令营活动并建议他参加。 主要活动 重庆火锅制作 参考词汇:中国语言文化冬令营 游览瓷器口老街 Chinese Language and Culture Winter Camp 活动时间 2013 年 12 月 9 日—15 日 注意:1.词数 80 词左右,信的开头和格式已为你写好。 2.可根据内容要点适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。 Dear David, You mentioned in your last email that you wanted to come to China to learn more about Chinese culture. Y ours, L i hua

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2013 年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试(重庆卷) 英语高考模拟调研卷(六)参考答案 1~5 CBABA 16~17 CA 18.200 21~25 CADBC 36~40 CCBDA 51~55 CDADB 56~59 BACC ABAD 72~75 DCAB 6~10 BACCA 19.morning 26~30 ACBCD 41~45 CACBD 60~63 BACD 11~15 CCBAC 20.clothes 31~35 ABDDC 46~50 BABAC 64~67 BCDD 68 ~ 71

写作任务一 It is known to us all that some students cheat in examinations at school. They are lazy and don’t work hard at their lessons. So when taking examinations, they sometimes cheat in order to get better results to please their parents and teachers. In my opinion, it is wrong to cheat in examinations because it breaks the rules of schools. We students should be honest and try to get good results by studying hard instead of cheating in examinations. What’s more, we should improve our study methods and get well prepared for examinations. 写作任务二 Dear David, You mentioned in your last email that you wanted to come to China to learn more about Chinese culture. I’d like to tell you about a camp called ―2013 Chinese Language and Culture Winter Camp‖. The camp is organized by Chongqing University from December 9th to 15th . In the camp they will teach some simple everyday Chinese and how to write Chinese characters. They will also introduce Sichuan Opera, Chinese folk music , as well as Chinese painting . Most interesting of all is that you will have a chance to learn and try Chinese cooking–the Hot Pot. Sight-seeing tours include the local old street Ciqikou. I hope you can come and take part in the camp. If you have any questions, please let me know. ours, i hua

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