高一英语四川必修 3 第 12 套. 2013~2014学年 创新卷(十二). 编审:本报英语研究中心. 说明:1.考试范围为外研必修3 Modules 1~6。. 2.考试时间120分钟,满分150分。. 第一卷. 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's the probable relationship between the speakers?. A.Host and guest. B.Waiter and customer. C.Husband and wife.
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2013~2014学年创新卷(十二) 编审:本报英语研究中心 说明:1.考试范围为外研必修3 Modules 1~6。 2.考试时间120分钟,满分150分。 第一卷
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's the probable relationship between the speakers? A.Host and guest. B.Waiter and customer. C.Husband and wife.
2.Where does the conversation probably take place? A.At a hospital. B.At an airport. C.At a post office. 3.Why will the woman go to London? A.To have a holiday. B.To study.
C.To visit her friend. 4.What will the robot do while Daniel is at school? A.It'll do the homework. B.It'll do the housework. C.It'll go shopping. 5.Why do people buy robots?
A.They can have more free time. B.Robots can talk to people. C.Robots never go wrong. 第二节 (共15小题;每小题1.5分,满分22.5分) 听第6段材料,回答第6、7题。
6.Where is the woman going on Saturday? A.To the Garden Hotel. B.To the airport. C.To the taxi company. 7.How much does the woman have to pay for the taxi alone? A.60. B.16. C.20.
听第7段材料,回答第8至10题。 8.What season is it now? A.Summer. B.Autumn. C.Winter. 9.What is the most probable relationship between the speakers? A.Guide and traveler. B.Driver and passenger.
C.Assistant and customer. 10.What is the weather like in summer in San Francisco? A.It is warm. B.It is cool. C.It is hot. 听第8段材料,回答第11至13题。
11.Why didn't the man take an examination yes-terday? A.He got sick. B.He didn't want to do so. C.He got the examination date wrong. 12.What did the professor let the man do? A.Have the exam at home.
B.Have an exam sometime later. C.Give up the exam. 13.Why didn't the man drive his car? A.The doctor told him not to. B.His car broke down.
C.He didn't think he was able to. 听第9段材料,回答第14至17题。 14.Why does the man feel nervous? A.He has a little money. B.His keys to the car were locked in his car.
C.It's already too late for the flight. 15.How does the man go home? A.On foot. B.By taxi. C.By car. 16.Why does the man borrow money from the woman? A.To make a call. B.To take a bus.
C.To repair his car. 17.Why can't the woman lend her car to the man? A.Because she has to use it. B.Because she lent it to others. C.Because there's something wrong with it.
听第10段材料,回答第18至20题。 18.How many kinds of cards are there in Japan? A.1,000. B.10,000. C.100,000. 19.When did people in Britain begin to use phone cards? A.In 1975. B.In 1981. C.In 1976.
20.Why does the speaker mention a market in Paris? A.To show that card collecting is popular among young people. B.To show that French and Japanese cards are the most valuable.
C.To show that people can make money out of card collecting. 第二部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分45分) 第一节 单项填空(共15小题; 每小题1分,满分15分) 21.I wanted to catch early train, but
couldn't get ride to the station. A an; the B.不填; the C an; 不填 D the; a 22.We must keep it in mind that about your problems never solves them. A.indicating B.differing C.distinguishing D.complaining
23.The Nobel Prize in Physics 2013 was awarded jointly to Francois Englert and Peter W.Higgs for their to Physics. A.protection B.contribution C.construction D.condition 24.It is not necessary to stay with your children all
the time, but you must make sure that the children won't watch TV programmes. A.previous B.global C.wild D.violent 25.The room is in a terrible mess; it cleaned. A.mustn't have been B.shouldn't have been
C.can't have been D.wouldn't have been 26. —I'm sure Andrew will win the first prize in the final. —I think so.He for it for months. A.is preparing B.was preparing C.had been preparing D.has been preparing
27.By 16:30, was almost closing time, nearly all the paintings had been sold. A.which B.when C.what D.that 28.We promise attends the party a chance to have a photo taken with the movie star. A.who B.whom C.whoever D.
whomever 29.Everyone in the village is very friendly.It doesn't matter you have lived there for a short or a long time. A.why B.how C.whether D.when 30.In fact, Republic of Korea President Park Geun-
hye was the first woman to such a post. A.to elect B.to be electing C.to have elected D.to have been elected 31.—Why do you look worried? —Fred left the company half an hour ago.His work unfinished since.
A.left B.was left C.has left D.has been left 32.What I want an interesting book while what he wants two cups of coffee. A.is; are B.are; is C.is; is D.are; are 33.Experiments of this kind in both the
US and Europe well before the Second World War. A.have conducted B.have been conducted C.had conducted D.had been conducted 34.Those successful deaf dancers think that danc-ing is an activity sight matters more than hearing.
A.when B.whose C.which D.where 35.—Can you show me Mr Jaffer's office, please? —.But I don't know if he is in at the moment. A.Thanks B.Go on C.Sure D.You are welcome
第二节 完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分) I was 15 when I walked into McCarley's Book-store in Ashland.As I was looking at 36 on the shelves, the man behind the counter, the 37 , asked if I'd like 38 .I needed to start 39
for college, so I said yes.I 40 after school and during summers for the lowest wages and the job helped pay for my freshman year of college.I would work many other jobs; I made coffee in the Students Union during college, I was a hotel maid and even made maps for the US Forest Service.But selling books was one of the most 41 .One day
a woman asked me for books on cancer.She seemed fearful.I showed her almost 42 we had at that time 43 and found other books we could order.She left the store less 44 .I've al-ways remembered the 45 I felt in having helped her.
Years later, as a 46 in Los Angeles, I heard about an immigrant child who was born with his fingers connected.His family could not 47 a corrective operation, and the boy lived in 48 , hiding his hand in his pocket. I 49 my boss to let me do the story.After my
story was broadcast, a doctor and a nurse called, of-fering to perform the 50 for free. I visited the boy in the recovery room soon after the operation.The first thing he did was to hold up his 51 and say, “Thank you.” I felt a sense of 52 .
In the past, while I was 53 , I always sense I was working for the customers, not the store.Today it's the same.NBC News pays my salary, 54 I feel as if I work for the 55 , helping them make sense of the world. 36.A.maps B.titles C.articles D.reports
37.A.reader B.student C.owner D.cus-tomer 38.A.a book B.a job C.some tea D.any help 39.A.planning B.saving C.preparing D.studying
40.A.read B.studied C.cooked D.worked 41.A.boring B.surprising C.satisfying D.disappointing 42.A.anything B.something C.nothing D.everything
43.A.in need B.in all C.in order D.in store 44.A.worried B.satisfied C.excited D.puzzled 45.A.pride B.failure C.regret D.sur-prise
46.A.doctor B.store owner C.bookseller D.TV reporter 47.A.pay B.cost C.afford D.spend 48.A.shame B.honour C.horror D.danger 49.A.advised B.forced C.persuaded
D.permitted 50.A.action B.program C.duty D.op-eration 51.A.hand B.book C.head D.foot 52.A.pleasure B.sadness C.interest D.disappointment
53.A.at the TV station B.in the Students Union C.at the US Forest Service D.at McCarleys Bookstore 54.A.so B.and C.but D.because 55.A.readers B.viewers C.customers D.passengers
第三部分:阅读理解(共两节,满分35分) 第一节(共15小题;每小题2分,满分30分) A Treece, Kansas, is a poisoned town.Only one house remains.Tim and Della Busby are the only resi-dents of the community today.And they say they're
staying put.Even if it's poisonous, Treece is still their home. This tiny community in southeast Kansas used to be a busy mining town—with a school, hundreds of homes and bars that got crowded with drunken miners on payday.But, the mines that turned Treece
into a boomtown left it lifeless and abandoned in the end. It's a poisonous ghost town now.All but two resi-dents left when the federal government offered buyouts to the 138 people who stuck around after the mines shut down, the KansasCityStar reports.
The Environmental Protection Agency says decades of zinc (锌) and lead mining have left the soil, water and air polluted.In 2009, the federal government began offering buyouts for the resi-dents of Treece after Congress approved $3.5 mil-lion to empty the town.
Treece was abandoned after nearby Picher, Okla-homa, which sits just across the state line, was bought out by the federal government and bought out for the same reason—lead pollution left by decades of mining.Picher's buyout came first—it was a historic event, the government giving people cash to leave the town they'd lived on their lives.
However, the EPA tried to save Treece.Only one child out of 16 in the town tested positive for hav-ing dangerously high levels of lead.But the damage in Treece was already done, and the residents no longer believed it was safe to live there.After Pich-er was abandoned, the town government in Treece also asked for a buyout.When it finally came, the
EPA offered residents about $40,000 each for their homes.By 2010, 63 out of 64 homeowners sold out and their houses were torn down. 56.What did Treece look like before? A.A poisoned town. B.A town with only one resident.
C.A busy mining town. D.A lifeless and abandoned boomtown. 57.Why did Treece become a poisoned town? A.Because people there wasted the natural re-sources. B.Because the mining has polluted the environ-
ment. C.Because the government limited the development of the town. D.Because zinc and lead are poisonous minerals. 58.How did the government deal with the problem in Treece?
A.Forcing all the residents to leave. B.Closing all the mines. C.Paying cash to all residents to leave. D.Tearing down all the houses there. 59.People have to leave the town because .
A.they believe that the town isn't suitable for liv-ing any more B.all miners are out of work C.they don't love their hometown any more D.they hope to get buyouts from the government B