★绝密启用前2013 05月17日

★绝密启用前 2013 05 月 17 日

more exciting. A. If she came B. Would she come C. Had she come D. Did she come 31.—How long in that company before you work with us? —For eight years. A.were you employed B.have you been employed C.had you employed D.will you be employed 32.There are some tall trees in our campus, some more than forty meters. A.measure B.measured C.measuring D.to measure 33.—We need a man full of wisdom to take charge of the project. — the young man graduating from Harvard have a try? A.Will B.Shall C.May D.Can 34.—What made Kate so excited yesterday? — by her boss, as far as I know. A.Being praised B.Praised C.To praise D.She was praised 35.—Personally, no supper is the best way to lose weight. — .As a matter of fact, it does harm to your health. A.That’s a good point B.That’s not the ease C.I couldn’t agree more D.You can’t be serious 第二部分:完形填空 About two years ago , I had a job interview with a big local company for a post. That was my first 36 _____ interview, so I did a lot of homework. I checked through the possible interview questions and prepared answers, while 37 _____ the company’s background. It took me a whole day to prepare myself. Even so , my voice was still 38 _____ when the interview began. “Tell me about yourself in one minute. Give me an 39 _____ of yourself as a team leader.” I answered these questions without 40 _____ because I already had them on my sheet. Then the interviewer asked, “Why would you like to 41 _____ our company?” I answered her question from both professional 42 _____ and social responsibility of the company. She seemed to be 43 _____ with my performance so far. “Great! Now, tell me about one of your biggest44 ______” I didn’t expect this question. I remembered clearly that it was among the question list , but 45 _____ I didn’t prepare for it. “ Er… I am a...” This is not an 46 _____ question because these weaknesses may prevent the interviewer from 47______ me. After a long pause, I decided to say what came to my 48 _____

丰集高中 2012—2013 届高三第十四次模拟考试
命题人:Mr Shi 时间:2013/05/17 审定:高三英语组

第一部分:语言知识运用 21.—Mary has got a nice job with _____salary of $ 60,000 a year.

一 I’ve got the news, too. It’s said that she gets paid by _____month.
A. the; the B. a; the C. the; a D. a; a

22.Years of efforts ______ when he got a gold medal in the 11th National Games. A. showed off B. took off C. paid off D. went off 23. —I wonder how much you charge for your services. —The first two are free _______the third costs $30. A. while B. until C. when D. before 24.We first met the famous professor and his wife at university, but we _____when exactly. A. forget B. were forgetting C. had forgotten D. Forgot 25. She talked again and again to her friend about careful driving, but _______ just turned a deaf ear to her words. A. another B. other C. others D. the other 26. Everybody was touched _______ words after they heard her moving story. A. beyond B. without C. of D. in 27. The notice has been told to everyone _______ a party will be held in the open air tomorrow. A. whether B. when C. where D. That 28. I’m told that language practising.com is a free website _______learners can not just learn various languages but also chat online. A. where B. which C. that D. what 29. _______ almost all our time to our schoolwork in the past three months, we have almost no time for fun and play. A. Having devoted B. Devoted C. To devote D. To have been devoted 30. She didn’t come to the party last Sunday. _______, she must have made the party

first: “I am a quick person. When something isn’t done in time, I will get 49 _____and try to finish it as soon as possible. ’’ When I finished these words ,I realized that I had lost this 50_____You may not get a job even if you 51_____ many excellent answers ,but you can definitely ruin it with only one 52 _____response. After that interview, I had a talk with my career coach and she said, “Take these interview questions 53 _____ and prepare every one of them well. Only so can you know yourself as an interviewee (参加面试者).You may still 54 _____ some questions that you have never expected before. Don’t worry at this point. Try to bring those answers you already know to 55 _____ that you are the person they are looking for. ” 36. A. formal 37. A. describing 38. A. fading 39. A. introduction 40. A. help 41. A. study 42. A. advantage 43. A. disappointed 44. A. achievements 45. A. surprisingly 46. A. important 47. A. hiring 48. A. memory 49. A. worried 50. A. challenge 51. A. know 52. A. weak 53. A. firmly 54. A. reply to 55. A. decide B. brief B. understanding B. shaking B. application B. thinking B. join B. training B. filled B. weaknesses B. eventually B. extraordinary B. trusting B. notice B. discouraged B. attempt B. provide B. slow B. naturally B. think of B. prove C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. familiar researching changing idea difficulty contact position attracted goals unfortunately interesting receiving mind bored experience make direct lightly come across insist D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. personal collecting breaking example doubt consider practice satisfied problems exactly easy refusing mouth puzzled opportunity find strong seriously work out believe

第三部分:阅读理解(共两节,满分 40 分) A ANCHORACE,Alaska-The 2004 winner of Alaska’s famous 1,000-mile sled-dog race, the Iditarod, won again at age 53 to become the oldest champion in 2013, a year after his son became the youngest winner. Mitch Seavey got his dogs to the finishing line first in 9 days, 7 hours, 39 minutes and 56 seconds . His son, Dallas Seavey, now 26, ended up ranking fourth, behind the older competitor,43-year-old Ally Zirkle, who followed four-time champion Jeff King, now57. Mitch Seavey, who lives in Seward, Alaska, operates a seasonal sled-dog touring business, The race was Mitch Seavey’s 20th Iditarod. This year’s contest was marked by unusual conditions and unseasonable rain in the northern part of the trail, and conditions that Seavey said helped his team. “It seems like the tougher it is, the better we can do.” He also thought of Zirkle, a New England immigrant(移民)who now lives in Two Rives, Alaska. “She’s a great musher (赶狗拉雪橇的人) ,and she’s going to win the Iditarod sometime, and probably more than once. We just had a little more energy, I think. ”Zirkle, one of the most popular mushers, was greeted by shouts of “Aliy, Aliy” from the fans as she drove her dog team approaching the finishing line on Nome’s Front Street.”I am pretty happy to be here,” she said.” I was going for it.” The Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race is one of the few major U.S.sports events in which men and women compete on an equal footing.The name “ Iditarod” dates from a local Athabascan tern meaning “a far, distant place” .Youthful mushers in the race may have some physical advantages-they can do some things more easily. But more importantly, winning the race needs the experience in dog race. The year’s event started on Saturday, March2 with a ceremonial run in Anchorage.Of the 66 mushers who started the race, 10 had dropped out of competition as of Tuesday night. For his victory, Mitch Seavey will take home $50,400 and a new truck. 56.Which of the following is the true according to the passage? A.Mitch Seavey is the oldest competitor in the sled-dog race in 2013. B.Mitch Seavey, who operates a touring business, is a New England immigrant. C.Mitch Seavey won the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race in 2004 and 2013. D.Mitch Seavey managed to help his son become the youngest winner in 2012. 57.On which day did Mitch Seavey probably win the champion in the 2013 Iditarod? A.On Saturday, March2. B.On Monday, March 11. C.On Saturday, March9. D.On Tuesday, March13.

58.Who ranked the 2nd place in the 2013Iditarod according to the passage? A.Aliy Zirkle. B.Dallas Seavey. C.Mitch Seavey. D.Jeff King. 59.According to the passage, we can learn that . A.the sled-dog race is the most important sports event in the US B.experience also has a major influence on the result of the race besides age C.men and women can’t compete in the sled-dog race together at the same time D.all the athletes in the sled-dog race are limited by age to win the sled-dog race B Which comes first, happiness or money? Are richer people happier? And if so, how do people get much richer? A recent study could tell you the answer. The study looked into thousands of teenagers and found that those who felt better about life as young adults tended to have higher incomes by the time they turned29.Those who were happiest earned an average of $8.000more than those who were the most depressed. The researchers, from University College London and the University of Warwick, say that very gloomy teens, no matter how tall or smart they were, earned 10% less than their peers, while the happier ones earned up to 30% more. Happier teenagers have an easier time getting through school, college and a job interview, chiefly because they always feel better about life.It may also be true that happier people find it easier to make friends, who are often the key to homework help or networking. A report in June suggested that professional respect was more important than dollars in terms of workplace happiness.In August scientists announced that they had found the gene for happiness in women, Alas(the same gene doesn’t appear to have the same effect on men) .And in October researchers in the UK and in the US announced that people who eat seven portions of fruit and vegetables a day report being the happiest. The big question is: if it really is true that happier kids end up being wealthier kids, is it necessary of parents to get their kids to do the homework? The fact is that no homework will make kids happy but surely hurt their grades.Studies do show, after all, that more education leads to better-paid jobs, which may give us a deep thought. These findings show that the teenagers, happiness is important to their future success,” one of the report’s authors writes. “But what is the most important is that we should find a way to help children gain more satisfaction form doing schoolwork.” 60.What conclusion can the researchers draw from the recent study? A.Happy teenagers grow up to be wealthier. B.Money can make people become happier. C.Wealth has nothing to do with happiness at all.

D.Schoolwork can help teens achieve success. 61.The main reason why happier people have more chances to succeed is that . A.they are easy to communicate with others B.they are good at doing their schoolwork C.they are hopeful and optimistic about their life D.they eat much more fruit and vegetables a day 62.The underline word “gloomy” in Paragraph 3 probably means “ ”. A.upset B.glorious C.happy D.wealthy 63.What can be the title for the text? A.The way to educate kids. B.The source of happiness. C.How to achieve your goal. D.The secret of being wealthier. C Another day begins with the call of the phone’s alarm. Where are you? Open your eyes.Turn the alarm off and you will start working out on your apps(应用软件) . First stop, weather. Sunny day. Look outside the window. Oh, no it isn't. Second stop, Air Quality Index: 344, hazardous, Level 6 Severely Polluted. (Health warnings of emergency conditions. The entire population is more likely to be affected.)". Mental recheck required: It really is a sunny day and the weather app isn't lying or in need of being replaced, it's just that you can't see the sun through the thick fog. Note to self: Cycling to work is out, face mask is in. Has the world stopped turning? News app merely confirms that it's business as usual. Another government has fallen, your soccer team has lost, again, and China's economy is still increasing steadily. Diary app informs you of all the things you failed to do the previous day and loads you up with another half-dozen tasks. Next, browse a couple of social networking apps to determine the status updates of friends. Another sound from the phone, it's a message from your significant friend who is already at work, saying the Taobao.com order for Italian cheese is about to arrive. Apps have become part of our “every-moment” lives. Apps provided so much information.But the dark side to all this connectivity would be lack of privacy, being a slave to the app.The only real problem is that once you lose your smart phone you lose your life. Some friends and family do not have smart phones, but prefer the old-fashioned Nokia that merely makes phone calls and sends instant messages. While I respect their purity and desire to be free of the control of technology, it's obvious they are outsiders, and their lives are loaded up with paper and old devices. They're still buying books at stores, complaining the lack of CDs on

the market, watching TV and missing out on complete news cycles. Though I would add, they have lives that aren't spent inside small screens. My phone is a palm-sized one-stop shop and about the only thing it doesn’t do is teleport (心灵运输) .What’s not to like? 64 . The functions of apps mentioned in the passage can be listed as follows EXCEFT that . A.the apps can show you weather forecast B.the apps can tell you bow to work directly C.the apps can inform you the latest news D.the apps can tell you what you failed to do 65.According to the passage, the author thinks that . A.people’s life is governed by apps B.people feel bored about the use of apps C.people can’t live without apps D.people hate apps with powerful function 66.It can be inferred from the last paragraph but one that . A.more and more people like Nokia more than apps B.using Nokia can be free of the control of technology C.all people don’t kike the advanced smart phones D.ordinary people don’t like shopping online D “ Dining out”,or “ eating out ”,is a phrase people use in Britain when they eat in a restaurant or a pub. Eating out is more popular in Britain today than ever before. However, eating out can be expensive. Restaurants are normally more expensive than pubs, though many pubs serve very good , simple food. As British people don’t dine out every night of the week ,eating in a restaurant is often seen as a special occasion. When going for the first date, or if celebrating an anniversary or a birthday ,many people like to go to a restaurant. People often eat in a restaurant before going to the cinema or the theatre. As in all cultures, there are many rules of etiquette (礼节)surrounding food and eating, and nowhere is this more pronounced than when eating in a smart restaurant. People are almost always expected to eat with a knife and fork and these should be held in the correct hand and used in the correct way. It is also impolite to have your elbows on the dining table when you are eating.

There’re many such “unspoken” rules — they are normally only important when eating in a very elegant and expensive restaurant, and vary slightly from restaurant to restaurant and place to place. A recent nationwide survey showed that there was a divide in manners between the north and south of Britain 一 the “worst” manners were in Scotland and the northeast, and the “best” in Wales and the southeast! However, this survey was almost certainly conducted by someone in the southeast, so it may not be entirely fair. Naturally, restaurants vary greatly in quality and price. However, almost all British cities have a vast range of food and cooking styles to choose from as well as traditional British food, . from the very cheap to the very expensive — French, Italian, Indian, Greek, Thai, Japanese and many more. In fact, when asked what their favorite food is, many British people say an Indian curry (咖喱菜)rather than any other dish! As well as dining in a restaurant ,when people are too tired to cook after work they often get a “takeaway”. This means they order from a takeaway or takeout restaurant by phone, then go to collect it and take it home to eat. Many takeout restaurants also deliver to your house. While you can normally find a takeout restaurant for almost any cuisine ,the most popular are Italian ,Indian and Chinese — and all you have to do is to open the door, pay and eat! 67. What can be concluded from the first two paragraphs?

A. The British spend more eating out than cooking at home. B. The British pay great attention to eating in a restaurant. C. The British often dine out when celebrating festivals. D. People tend to eat in a restaurant after watching a movie. 68.The underlined word “pronounced" in Paragraph 3 probably means “_____ A. polite 69. B. expensive C. strange D. obvious According to the passage, which of the following statements is true?

A. There exist great differences of rules in different restaurants. B. People from Wales and southeast Britain are the most polite. C. Your order in a takeout restaurant can be sent to your home. D. Traditional British food is seldom served in British restaurants. 70. What does the passage mainly talk about? B. Table manners in Britain. D. Traditional and foreign foods in Britain. A. Restaurant culture in Britain. C. Different restaurants in Britain.

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。 E Many of us are so busy with work, school and home life that often there is no time left over to do something that you enjoy. What follows are some ways to carve out that essential time you need to slow down, enjoy life and relax yourself. Scheduling Time with Yourself ___71 . Try to save certain weeknights just for you. If others ask you to do things those nights, just tell them you have plans. Use the time for gardening, reading, exercise, thinking or the ultimate luxury of doing nothing! Monthly Treat. 72 . It could be on your lunch break, a weekend or it could be leaving work early. Maybe you get a spa treatment, go see a movie, a haircut, play golf or whatever treat you’re always thinking about but rarely get to. Schedule it in and it will happen! Buy Tickets in Advance. Sports, theater, concerts or any other event you would enjoy. Schedule the plans with a friend later. ____73______. ____74_________. Huh? Yes, many of us stay at work late on a regular basis. If this is you, make it a point to leave work exactly on time at least once a week, if not more. And then enjoy that time! Leave work at work. Join a Group. Here are some ideas of groups that can allow you some time away from work and home: singing group, gardening group, astronomy society, book club, biking clubs, ski club, etc. What are you interested in? Strike while the iron is hot. find a club, consider starting one yourself! A Schedule a treat for yourself once a month. B listen to your favorite music! C Look up a club in your area today and join! D Having the tickets already in hand will force you to make it happen! E. Evenings with Yourself. F. Take an Adult Education Class. G Leave Work on Time. 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( ),并在其下面写出该加的词。 __75_ _. If you can’t

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。 Sometimes you feel stressed because of frequently exams. Right? But don’t worry about the problem. Here are some suggestions on what to deal with it. First of all, you should have confidences and hold on to your dreams. It’s important to make a good study plan and carry them out. To stay healthy and energetic ,you’d better to do some sports after school , such as playing basketball , swimming or running. Besides , balanced diet is helpful. You should eat more vegetables and fruit or avoid food with too much fat. It’s a good idea to turn out to your parents and teachers with help when you get into trouble. They will surely help you out. Last but not least, listening to music also makes you feel relaxing. 第二节书面表达(满分 25 分) 假定你是李华,你的澳大利亚笔友 Mark 对中国高中生的毕业庆祝活动很感兴趣,他来信 想了解这方面的情况。请你按照下面内容要点用英语给他回信。 1.介绍常见的庆祝方式及其利与弊; 2. 你认为更有意义的庆祝方式及理由。 注意: 1.词数:100 左右(开头和结尾已为你写好,不计入总词数); 2.可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。 Dear Mark, Glad to hear from you. I’m very happy you’re interested in the ways that we Chinese high school students celebrate our graduation. _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ With best wishes, Yours, Li Hu