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江苏省南京市第三中学2013-2014学年高二10月月考英语试题

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考试时间 120 分钟 总分 120 分 第一部分 听力(共两节,满分 20 分) 第一节(共 5 小题;每小题 1 分, 满分 5 分) 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。 1. What does the

woman want the man to do? A. Do his homework B. Turn down the radio C. Use earphones 2. When did the woman go to bed last night? A. At 11:00 pm B. At 11:40 pm C. At 2:00 am 3. What does the woman want the man to do? A. Buy some stuff B. Give her a call C. Have lunch with her th 4. What are they going to do on the 30 ? A. Take an exam B. Hand in their paper C. Go to a concert 5. When will the party be held? A. On the 8th B. On the 9th C. On the 10th 第二节(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最 佳选项,并标记在试卷的相应位置上。听每段对话或独白前,你都有时间阅读各个小题,每小题 5 秒钟; 听完后,各小题给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第 6 段材料,回答第 6、7 题。 6. Where does the conversation probably take place? A. At a bookstore B. On the Internet C. In a coffee bar 7. What do we know about Nancy? A. She likes milk B. She is 16 years old C. She is younger than the woman 听第 7 段材料,回答第 8 至 10 题。 8. What did Mike do? A. He yelled at the boss. B. He tried to cover up his mistake. C. He fixed someone else’s mistake. 9. What did the man think Mike should have done? A. He should have turned to his boss. B. He should have admitted his mistake bravely. C. He should have corrected his mistake immediately. 10. What does the woman think of the man? A. He’s smart. B. He’s a fool. C. He makes mistakes sometimes. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 11 至 13 题。 11. What has happened? A. The woman had an accident. B. The man’s store was robbed. C. A car ran into the man’s store. 12. Why does the woman think they don’t need to worry? A. Because no one was hurt. B. Because they have insurance. C. Because their claim will be paid soon. 13. What’s the probable relationship between the two speakers? A. Husband and wife. B. Boss and employee. C. Colleagues. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 14 至 17 题。 14. What is the probably relationship between the two speakers?
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A. Colleagues. B. A couple. C. Neighbors. 15. What’s the woman’s idea for losing weight? A. To go to a gym B. To ask the man for help. C. To take diet pills. 16. How much weight did the man’s wife lose earlier this year? A. 5 pounds B. 3 0 pounds C. 13 pounds 17. When will they start walking? A. Tomorrow morning B. At tomorrow’s lunchtime C. This afternoon 听第 10 段材料,回答第 18 至 20 题。 18. How thicker was the snow in Redfield than that in Oswego? A. 2 feet B. 3 feet C. 5 feet 19. Why were the kids happy? A. Because they could go skiing. B. Because they could go ice skating. C. Because they needn’t go to school and could play. 20. How long were they schools closed? A. For the whole winter. B. For a week. C. For a month 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) 21. The author of the article believes that it is the test system, ______ teachers, that is responsible for the heavy burden of the middle school students nowadays. A. other than B. or rather C. rather than D. more than 22. She is rather difficult to make friends with, but her friendship, _____, is truer than any other. A. once gained B. once gaining C. as gained D. while gaining 23. My money _________. I must go to the bank to draw some of my savings before I’ve none in hand. A. has run out B. is running out C. has been run out of D. is being run out 24. ---Haven’t you finished your report yet? --- How I regret ________ the weekend _________ TV! A. wasting; to watch B. to waste; to watch C. to waste; watching D. wasting; watching 25. We are looking forward to the concert next Monday and ___________ the latest songs sung by pop stars. A. to hear B. heard C. hear D. hearing 26. ______ the economic crisis getting more and more serious, the government is searching for ways to improve people’s life. A. As B. With C. When D. If 27. ----- The last one __________ pays for the meal. ----- Agreed. A. arrived B. arrives C. to arrive D. arriving 28. ________ that he had made the same mistake again, his face turned red. A. Hearing B. Having heard C. He heard D. When he heard 29. The teacher didn’t know who ______ for the broken window because it happened while he was out. A. is to blame B. to be blamed C. blamed D. was to blame 30. I thought we’d be late for the concert, but we ______ getting there ahead of time. A. turned out B. led to C. ended up D. contributed to 31. AIDS is said _________ the biggest health problem in Africa over the past years. A. to be B. being C. to have been D. that it has been 32. –The plane is due to take off a t 7:50 from the airport. ______ we fail to arrive there in time? --Try to take another flight then.’ A. What if B. As if C. Even if D. Only if 33.___________to give up smoking ,he threw away his _______cigarettes. A. Determined ; remained B. Determined ; remaining C. Determining ; remained D. Determining ;remaining

34. As a student, to study hard and be admitted to a key university _________ his goal of struggle. A. is B. are C. was D. were 35. The boy _____on the ground _____ to his father that the hen ______ two egges that day. A. laying ;lied; laid B. lying; lied; laid C. lying; lay; lied D. lay; lied; laid 三、完型填空(20’)

It was finally time for her to take the examinations yesterday. Miss Lovely didn’t come to work. We 43 she would drive her new car to our company this morning. But to our 44 she came here by taxi and didn’t tell anybody about it. None of us asked her the 45 but her face clearly showed she had 46 in the exams. This afternoon one of our workmates told us 47 had happened to the girl when she was 48 . Yesterday the chief examiner had asked her some questions, but she could answer only a 49 .For example,“Would you run over a man or a dog if you see them both in the middle of the 50 ?” “Of course I’d run over the dog, sir”, Miss Lovely answered without 51 . “I’m sorry to tell you, Miss Lovely,”the examiner shook his 52 and said ,“you have to take the examination again!” “I don’t think my answers were 53 ,sir” girl said in a hurry. the “I 54 run over a man, you know!” “Iagree with your 55 , Miss Lovely,”the chief examiner said with a smile,“but why not brake(刹 车)?” 36.A. old B. foolish C. clever D. kind 37.A. by taxi B. by train C. on foot D. by plane 38.A. time B. money C. energy D. room 39.A. teach B. plan C. operate D. learn 40.A. find B. apply for C. look for D. make 41.A. learn B. forget C. teach D. break 42.A. take B. prepare C. explain D. pass 43.A. suggested B. described C. thought D. replied 44.A. surprise B. joy C. anger D. pleasure 45.A. name B. reason C. rule D. notice 46.A. believed B. heard C. found D. failed 47.A. why B. how C. what D. when 48.A. ill B. alone C. in D. out 49.A. few B. several C. all D. lot 50.A. room B. playground C. hospital D. road 51.A. asking B. thinking C. discussing D. advising 52.A. foot B. nose C. ears D. head 53.A. wrong B. correct C. right D. true 54.A. can B. needn’t C. can’t D. need 55.A. car B. opinion C. fact D. purpose 四、阅读理解(30’) A When you hear the word ―recycling‖, what comes to your mind? The color green or global warming? What if I were to tell you there is a dark side of recycling? A type of recycling that does more than good. The dark side of recycling has nothing to do with the environment but rather has a lot to do with the recycling of ideas. Environmental unrest isn’t the only trouble we must face. Idea pollution is quickly becoming widespread

across the online world. Think about it. When was the last time you read an original blog post? I’m guessing it has been quite a while. Why do you think top bloggers of today win so much respect? Do you think they recycle their ideas? With each recycled idea the online world becomes much more polluted. Used content contributes to the ever increasing mass of digital smog. The first step to reduce pollution is simple: stop recycling. When you stop recycling, you will then be forced to take up the task of creating from your own ideas. When you recycle an excellent idea, it soon becomes good. When you recycle a good idea, it soon becomes just OK. The chain continues until the key part of what used to make the idea good is saturated(饱和), leaving you nothing but a pile of mess. In order not to pollute, your ideas must go beyond ―just recycled‖. Your ideas must stand out from the pollution of the web. For your voice and talent to be heard and seen, you must go far beyond the standard copy of your neighbors’ ideas. For the next week, make a promise not to recycle. Let your ideas flourish and flow. Believe in your ability to create, because the death of recycling starts with YOU. 56. The 5th paragraph mainly talks about ______. A. the bad effects of recycling ideas. B. the good effects of stopping recycling C. how to stop recycling good ideas online D. how to recycle good ideas online 57. This passage is written mainly for _______. A. top bloggers B. common bloggers C. environmental polluters D. net researchers 58. The main purpose of this passage i s _______. A. to remind people to pay attention to environmental protection B. to prove that the web environment is becoming worse and worse C. to warn people not to pollute our web environment with bad words D. to call on people to write online more creatively instead of repeating B

As you go into the kitchen and prepare to pour your breakfast cereal into a bowl, you hear: ―To lose weight, you shouldn’t eat that,‖ from your shoes. They read the tiny electronic code on the cereal box to find out the nutrition details. You decide to listen to your shoes. ―Kitchen, what can I have for breakfast?‖ A list of possible foods appear on the counter as kitchen checks its food supplies. ―Ready for your trip to space. You ask your son and daughter.‖ In 2005 only specially trained astronauts went into space.— and very few of them. Today anyone can go to space for day trips or longer vacation. Your best friend even works in space. Ha nding your children three strawberries each, you add, ―The doctor said you need these for space travel.‖ Thanks to medical advices, vaccination shots are a thing of the past. Ordinary foods contain specific vaccines. With the berries in their mouths, the kids head for the front door. It’s time for you to go to work. Your car checks your fingerprints and unlocks the doors. ―My office. Autopilot,‖ you command. Your car drives itself down the road and moves smoothly into traffic on the highway. You sit back and unroll your e-newspaper. The latest news downloads and fills the viewer. Looking through the pages, you watch the news as video films rather than read it. 59. What changes the color of your shirt? A. The mirror. B. The medicine. C. The counter. D. The shirt itself. 60. How do the shoes know that you shouldn’t eat the breakfast cereal? A. By checking the nutrition details of the food.

B. By listening to the doctor’s advice. C. By testing the food supplies in the kitchen. D. By pouring the breakfast into a bowl. 61. The strawberries the children eat serve as ______. A. breakfast B. lunch C. vaccines 62. How is the text organized? A. In order of time B. In order of place . C. In order of preference. D. In order of importance.
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C Three in ten Americans commit" financial infidelity (出轨)by lying to their partners about money, sometimes suffering consequences such as separation or divorce, according to a new survey. The Harris Interactive online poll of 2019 adults released on Thursday showed 31 percent of American couples who have combined finances were not truthful about issues such as hiding cash or a bank account or about debt or earnings. "Financial infidelity may be the new normal," said Forbes.com, which performed the survey with the National Endowment for Financial Education. One-third of respondents also say they have been cheated, and both sexes lie to their partners about money in equal numbers . "These unwise behaviors cause great damage, to the relationship, which is really not worthwhile.We must consider how important a family is to all of us.We must be honest to our partners in everything including money," said Ted Beck, chief executive of the National Endowment for Financial Education. Sixteen percent o f couples affected by financial infidelity said the cheat led to a divorce and 11 percent said it caused a separation.Sixty-seven percent said it led to an argument and for 42 percent it lessened trust in the relationship.What a great damage it is to the family members! The most common lie, at 58 percent, was hiding cash.Fifty-four percent of respondents admitted hiding a minor purchase, 30 percent hid a bill, 16 percent did not disclose a major purchase and 15 percent hid a bank account. Eleven percent lied about debt and an equal number were untruthful about earnings, the survey showed.It is suggested that all the couples should learn a lesson from this matter. 63.What does Ted Beck think of Americans' committing financial infidelity? A.Rewarding. B.Unlawful. C.Unwise. D.Unfair. 64.What does the underlined word "lessened" mean in the fifth paragraph? A.Raised. B.Dropped. C.Harmed. D.Reduced. 65.Most Americans lie to their partners about ______. A.hiding cash B.bank account C.debt D.earnings 66.What is the best title of the passage? A.Americans like to lie most B.Three in ten Americans commit financial infidelity C.Americans have the largest percentage of divorce D.Americans like to hide their partners' cash D Do you want to live forever? By the year 2050, you might actually get your wish—if you are willing to leave your biological body and live in silicon circuits(硅电子) .But long before then, perhaps as early as 2020, some measures will begin offering a semblance of immortality(永生) . Researchers are confident that technology will soon be able to track every waking moment of your life.Whatever you see and hear, all that you say and write, can be recorded, analyzed and added to your personal chronicles .By the 2030, it may be possible to catch your nervous systems(神经系统) through electrical activities, which would also keep your thoughts and emotions. Researchers at the laboratories of British Telecommunications have given the name of this idea as Soul Catcher.Small electronic equipment will make preparation for Soul Catcher.It would use a wearable supercomputer, perhaps in a wristwatch, with wireless links to micro sensors under your scalp(头皮) and in the

nerves(神经) that carry all five sensory signals.So wearing a video camera would no longer be required. At first, the Soul Catcher's companion system —the Soul Reader —might have trouble copying your thoughts in complete details.Even in 2030, we may still be struggling to understand how the brain is working inside, so reading your thoughts and understanding your emotions might not be possible.But these signals could be kept for the day when they can be transferred to silicon circuits to revitalize minds everlasting entities (永生 实体).Researchers can only wonder what it will be like to wake up one day and find yourself alive inside a machine. For people who choose not to live in silicon, semblance of immortality would not be as useless as they thought.People would know their lives would not be forgotten, but would be kept a record of the human race forever.And future generations would have a much fuller understanding of the past.History would not be controlled by just the rich and powerful, Hollywood stars, and a few thinker s in the upper society. 67.The main idea of this passage is that _______. A.human beings long for living forever B.there are many difficulties in making the Soul Catcher C.people can live forever as technology develops D.the invention of Soul Catcher has great importance 68.According to this passage, a Soul Catcher will be ______. A.a new machine on which research measures have already been made B.a new invention in order to catch and keep human's thoughts C.made by British scientists to offer something that looks like living forever D.made of silicon circuits which can catch people's nervous activity 69.The meaning of the underlined word "revitalize" in the fourth paragraph is close to . A.make dead B.make famous C.make known D.make active 70.We can infer from the passage that semblance of immortality is ______ A.to be a reality sooner or later B.far from certain C.just an idea that couldn't t be realized at all D.a fading hope 五、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最恰当的单词。 There are two types of people in the world. Although they have equal degree of health and wealth and other comforts of life, one becomes happy, the other becomes unhappy. This arises from different ways in which they consider things, persons, events and the resulting effects upon their minds. People who are to be happy fix their attention on the convenience of things. The pleasant parts of conversation, the well prepared dishes, the goodness of the wine, the fine weather. They enjoy all the cheerful things. Those who are to be unhappy think and speak only of the opposite things. Therefore, they are continually dissatisfied. By their remarks, they sour the pleasure of society, hurt many people, and make themselves disagreeable everywhere. If this turn of mind were founded in nature, such unhappy persons would be the more to be pitied. The intention of criticizing and being disliked is perhaps taken up by imitation. It grows into a habit, unknown to its possessors. The habit may be strong, but it may be cured when those who have it realize its bad effects on their interests and tastes. I hope this little warning may be of service to them, and help them change this habit. Though in fact it is chiefly an act of the imagination, it has serious results in life since it brings on deep sorrow and bad luck. Those people hurt many others; nobody loves them, and no one treats them with more than the most common politeness and respect. This frequently puts them in bad temper and draw them into arguments. If they aim at getting some advantages in social position or fortune, nobody wishes them success. Nor will anyone start a step or speak a word to favor their hopes. If they bring on themselves public objections, no one will defend or excuse them, and many will join to criticize their wrong doings. These should change this bad habit and be pleased with what is pleasing, without worrying needlessly about themselves and others. If they do not, it will be good for others to avoid any contact with them. Otherwise, it can be disagreeable and sometimes very inconvenient, especially when one becomes mixed up in their quarrels.

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第五部分 单词拼写 (共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 1. When asked ,the young usually hesitate before r________(回答). 2.She was ___________(考上/录取) to Beijing University last year, which made us very proud. 3.Ever since I had my son, my ________(焦点,重点) is not me, it’s on him. 4.Some children may be highly _________(敏感的)to sounds, smells, or touch. 5.If you ever got into a __________(不一致) with any one of your best friends, how would you deal with it? 6.Tom had s________that he would never let out the secret, but he disappointed me. 7. I would a__________ it if you tell me when we will have the meeting. 8.I do agree that we should produce more things from materials that have been r____________. 9.I believe that you had better a__________ to her at once for having kept her waiting for one hour. 10.We must awaken people to the importance of e___________ protection, or it will be too late. 第六部分 句型翻译(共 5 小题,每题 3 分,满分 15 分) 1. 小测验之后,我说起话来听上去一定洋洋自得,说它实在太简单了,我肯定能取得好成绩。 ___________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________ 2. 他被惹火了,说如果他的球技不如我,那可不是他的错,还说我不该以这种方式和他说话。 _____________________________ ______________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________ 3. 男孩和女孩对待友谊有着不同的态度,女孩之间的友谊通常建立在共同的情感和互相支持之上,而男 孩之间的友谊则以共同的活动或兴趣为基础。 ___________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________ 4. 但是,我非常赞同我们应该更多地利用回收材料制造产品,减少原材料的使用,因为原材料的供应正 变得越来越紧张。 ___________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________ 5. 这对依赖长江用水的人来说是个不好的消息,对生活在江中或岸边的大量鱼类和野生生物来说也是个 不好的消息。 ___________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________

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三.完型填空(20’) 1. C.由下文可知,此空应该填 clever。Lovely 认为自己很聪明,所以她很少跟别人说话。 2. A.她的住处离公司有点儿远,她每天都得坐出租车上班 3. B.每天坐出租车她当然要花很多钱。 4. D.她决定买车,所以她两个月前开始学开车。 5. B.她会开车了,她在买车前得申请领取驾照。 6. A.她用了一周的时间记住了交通规则。 7. D.她很有把握自己能通过考试。 8. C.我们以为 Lovely 今天早晨会开着自己的新车来公司上班。 9. A.但令我们惊奇的是,她坐出租车来上班。 10. B . 名词辨析。我们谁也没问她这其中的原因,但她的脸色清楚地表明她没有通过考试。 11. D.解析同上。

四.阅读理解(30’) ABD DACA CDAB CBDA

五.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最恰当的单词。 1.Similarities 2.Paying 3. inconvenience 4. unhappy 5. Founding 6. imitating 7.forming 8. pleasure 9. objections 10. worry 单词拼写: 1. responding 2.admitted 3 focus 4.sensitive 5.disagreement 6.sworn 7.appreciate 8.recycled 9.apologize 10.environmental 翻译句子: 1、小测验之后, 我说起话来听上去一定洋洋自得, 说它实在太简单了, 我肯定能取得好成绩。

(P2 line8) I must have sounded very proud of myself after the quiz, saying how easy it was and how I was sure to get a good grade. 2、他被惹火了, 说如果他的球技不如我, 那可不是他的错, 还说我不该以这种方式和他说话。 (P3, L39-40) He got annoyed, saying it wasn’t his fault if he couldn’t play as well as me, and that I shouldn’t talk to him in this manner. 3、男孩和女孩对待友谊有着不同的态度, 女孩之间的友谊通常建立在共同的情感和互相支持 之上,而男孩之间的友谊则以共同的活动或兴趣为基础。 (P18,L9-11) Boys and girls have different attitudes towards friendship. Friendships between girls are usually anchored in shared feelings and support, but friendships between boys are based on shared activities or interests. 4、但是,我非常赞同我们应该更多地利用回收材料制造产品,减少原材料的使用,因为原材 料的供应正变得越来越紧张。(P23, L43-44) However, I do agree that we should produce more things from materials that have been recycled, and less from raw materials, the supply of which is growing smaller and smaller. 5、这对依赖长江用水的人来说是个不好的消息, 对生活在江中或岸边的大量鱼类和野生生物 来说也是个不好的消息。(P38, L4-6) This is not good news for the people who rely on the Yangtze River for water. Nor is it good news for the wide range of fish and wildlife that live in or along the river.


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