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首页 2013广东高考英语试题(无答案)

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2013广东高考英语试题(无答案)

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简介:本文档为《2013广东高考英语试题(无答案)doc》,可适用于高中教育领域

绝密★启用前                    试卷类型:A年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试(广东卷)英语本试卷共页,三大题,满分分考试用时分钟注意事项:  答卷前考生务必用黑色笔迹的钢笔或签字笔将自己的姓名和考生号、考场号、座位号填写在答题卡上。用B铅笔讲试卷类型(A)填涂在答题卡相应的位置上。将条形码横贴在答题卡右上角“条形码粘贴处”。选择题每小题选出答案后用B铅笔把答题卡上对应题目选项的答案信息点涂黑如需改动用橡皮擦干净后再选涂其他答案答案不能答在试卷上。非选择题必须用黑色字迹的钢笔或签字笔作答答案必须写在答题卡各题目指定区域内相应位置上如需改动先划掉原来的答案然后再写上新的答案不准使用铅笔和涂改液。不按以上要求作答的答案无效。考生必须保持答题卡的整洁考试结束后将试题与答题卡一并交回。I语言知识及应用(共两节满分分)第一节 完形填空(共小题每小题分满分分)阅读下面短文掌握其大意然后从~各题所给的A、B、C和D项中选出最佳选项并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。Number  sense  isnottheabilityto countItistheabilitytorecognizea  in numberHuman  beingsarebornwiththisability  experimentsshowthatmanyanimals are,tooForexample,manybirdshavegoodnumbersenseIfanesthasfoureggsandyouremoveone,thebirdwillnot  However,ifyouremovetwo,thebird  leavesThismeansthatthebirdknowsthe  betweentwoandthreeAnotherinterestingexperimentshowedabird's  numbersenseAmanwas  tryingtotake aphotoofacrow(乌鸦)thathadanestinatower,butthecrowalwaysleftwhenshesawhimcomingThebirddidnot  untilthemanleftthetowerThemanhadan  HetookanothermanwithhimtothetowerOnemanleftandtheotherstayed,buttheydidnot  thebirdThecrowstayedawayuntilthesecondmanleft,tooTheexperimentwas  withthreemenandthenwithfourmenButthecrowdidnotreturntothenestuntilallthemenwere Itwasnotuntilfivemenwentintothetowerandonlyfourleftthattheywere  abletofoolthecrowHowgoodisahuman'snumbersenseIt'snotverygoodForexample,babiesaboutfourteenmonthsoldalmostalwaysnoticeifsomethingistakenawayfroma  groupButwhenthenumbergoesbeyondthreeorfour,thechildrenare  fooledItseemsthatnumbersenseissomethingwehaveincommonwithmanyanimalsinthisworld,andthatourhumanisnotmuchbetterthanacrow'sArise      Bpattern        Cchange      DtrendAImportantly BSurprisingly  CDisappointedly  DFortunatelyAsurvive      Bcare      Chatch    DnoticeAgennerally    Bsincerely  Ccasually    Ddeliberately.Adistance    Brange    Cdifferent  Dinterval.Aamazing      Bannoying    Csatisfying  DdisturbingArelax      Brecovere    Creact    DreturnAappointment    Bexcuse    Cidea    DexplanationAfool        Bhurt    Ccatch    DkillArepo        Brepeated  Cdesigned  DapprovedAconfused    Bgone    Ctired    DdrunkAgradually    Bluckily    Cstrangely  Dfinally  Asingle      Bsmall    Clocal    DnewAseldom      Btemporarily  Cinerely  DoftenAsight      Bnature    Cability    Dbelief第二节 语法填空(共小题每小题分满分分)阅读下面短文按照句子结构的语法性和上下文连贯的要求在空格处填入一个适当的词或者括号中词语的正确形式填空并将答案填写在答题卡标号为~的相应位置上。Oneday,NickinvitedhisfriendstosupperHewascookingsomedeliciousfoodinthekitchenSuddenly,he(find)thathehadrunoutofsaltSoNickcalledtohisson,”Gotothecillageandbuysomesalt,butpayafairpriceforit:neithertoomuchtoolittle”Hissonlookedsurprised”IcanunderstandwhyIshouldn’tpaytoomuch,Father,butifIcanpayless,notsaceabitofmoney”“Thatwouldbeavery(reason)thingtodoinabigcity,butitcoulddestroyasmallvillagelikeouts,”NicksaidNick’sguests,hadheardtheirconversation,askedwhytheyshoulenotbuysalemorecheaplyiftheycouleNickreplied,”TheonlyreasonamanwouldsellsalealowerpricewoulebebecausehewaidesperateformoneyAndanyonewhotookadcantageofthatsituationwoulebeshowingalackofrespectthesweatandstruggleofthemanwhoworkedveryhardtoproduceit”“Butsuchasmallthingcouldn’t(possible)destroyavillage”“Inthebeginning,therewasonlyverysmallamountofunfairnessintheworld,buteveryoneaddedalittle,always(think)thatitwasonlysamallandnotveryimportant,andlookwherewehaceendeduptoday”Ⅱ阅读(共两节满分分)第一节阅读理解(共小题每小题分满分分)阅读下列短文从每题所给的A、B、C和D项中选出最佳选项并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。AImagination and fantasy can play animportantroleinachiebvingthethingswefearChildrenknowthisverywellFredEpstein,inhisbookIfIMakeIttoFive,tellsastoryheheardfromoneoffriendsaboutTom,afouryearoldboywithacancerinhisbackboneHecamethroughseveraloperationsandalotofpainbymasteringhisimaginationTomlovedtopretend,andheparticularlylovedtoplaysuperheroes,DrEpsteinexpainedthatitwasactuallyabrilliantwayforhisyoundmindtohandletheterrifyingandpainfullifeheledThedaybeforehisthiretriptotheoperatingroom,Tomwasterrblyafraid”MaybeIcouldgoasSuperman,”hewhisperedtohismomHearingthis,themoterhesitatedforawhileShehadavoidedbuyingtheexpensivecostume(戏装)不痛finallysheagreedThenextdayTomappearedasthepowerfulSuperman,showingoffthroughthehospitalhallsandcoollywavinghishandtothepeoplegreetinghimalongthewayAndTom,withthestrengthofhisfantasy,successfullymadeitthroughtheoperationThepowerofimaginationneednotbereservedforchildrenonlyweallhacethepowertouseourfantasiestoattemptthingsweneverthought possible,togothroughthosethingsthatseemimpossible,andtoachievewhatweneverbelievedwecould,JustasDrEpsteinputsit,”Ifyoucandreamit,youcandoit”Itdoesn‘tmeanthatyoushoulddressasasuperheroforyounextjobinterviewBut,nexttimeyouaretextedinawaythatseemsimpossible,imaginewhatitwouletaketoovercomeitBecomethepersonyouneedtobecometowinoveryourchallengeanddoitinyourmaindfirstSo,letyourimaginationrunwild,anddaretodreamWhatdoweknowaboutTomAHewasseriouslyillBHewasadishonestboyCHewascrazyaboutmagicDHewasDrEpstein’spatientWhatcanbe inferredaboutTom’smotherAShewasarichladyBSherefusedTom’srequestCShewantedTomtobeasuperheroDShewantedtogetTomthroughthepainWhenTomwentforthethirdoperation,he    ApretendedtobepainfulBactedlideasuperheroCappearedinpoorspiritsDarguedwithhismotherInthelastparagraph,youareadvised    AtogothroughsomedifficulttestsBtowakeupfromyourwilddreamsCtobecomeapowerfulpersoninyourmindDtowearexpensiveclothesforjobinterviewsWhatisthepurposeofthepassageATotellusaninterestingstoryBTohelpusmakerightdecisionsCToadviseustocareaboutchildrenDToencourageustouseourimaginationBSomepeoplethinkthatsuccessisonlyforthosewithtalentorthosewhogrowupintherightfamily,andothersbelievethatsuccessmostlycomesdowntoluckI’mnotgoingtosayluck,talent,andcircumstancesdon’tcomeintoplaybecausetheydosomepeoplearebornintotherightfamilywhileothersarebornwithgreatintelligence,andthat’sjusttherealityofhowlifeisHowever,tosucceedinlife,onefirstneedstosetagoalandthengraduallymakeitmorepracticalAnd,inadditiontothat,inordertogerreallygoodatsomething,oneneedstospendatleast,hoursstudyingandpracticingTobecomegreatatcertainthings,it’llrequireevenmoretime,timethatmostpeoplewon’tputinThisisabigreasonwhymanysuccessfulpeopleadviseyoutodosomethingyouloveIfyoudon’tenjoywhatyoudo,itisgoingfofeellikeunbearablepainandwilllikelymakeyouquitwellbeforeyoueverbecomegoodaiitWhenyouseepeopleexhibitingsomegreatskillsorhavingachievedgreatsuccess,youknowthattheyhaveputinahugepartoftheirlifetogetthereatahugecostIt’ssometimeseasytothinktheygotluckyortheywerebornwithsomeraretalent,butthinkingthatwaydoesyounogood,andthere’sahugechancethatyou’rewronganywayWhateveryoudo,ifyouwanttobecomegreatatit,youneedtoworkdayinanddayout,almosttothepointofaddiction,andoveralongperiodoftimeIfyou’renotwillingtoputinthetimeandwork,don’texpecttoreceiveanyrewardsConsistent,hardworkwon’tguaranteeyouthelevelofsuccessyoumaywant,butitwillguaranteethatyouwillbecomereallygoodatwhateveritisyouputallthatworkintoParagraphmainlytalksaboutAthereasonsforsuccessBthemeaningofsuccessCthestandardsofsuccessDtheimportanceofsuccessInParagraph,theunderlinedwordthatreferstoAbeinggoodatsomethingBsettingapracticalgoalCputtinginmoretimeDsucceedinginlifeSuccessfulpeoplesuggestdoingwhatonelovesbecauseAworkmakesonefeelpainBonetendstoenjoyhisworkConegivesuphisworkeasilyDittakesalotoftimetosucceedWhatcanweinferfromParagraph ASuccessfulpeopleliketoshowtheirgreatskillsBPeoplesometimessucceedwithoutluckortalentCPeopleneedtoachievesuccessatthecostoflifeDIthelpstothinkthatluckortalentleadstosuccessWhatisthemainthemeofthepassageAHavingagoalisvitaltosuccessBBeinggoodisdifferentfrombeinggreatCOnecannotsucceedwithouttimeandpracticeDLuck,talentandfamilyhelptoachievesuccessCOneday,whenIwasworkingasapsychologistinEnglandanadolescentboyshowedupinmyofficeItwasDavidHekeptwalkingupanddownrestlessly,hisfacepale,andhishandsshakingslightlyHisheadteacherhadreferredhimtome "Thisboyhaslosthisfamily,"hewrote "Heisunderstandablyverysadandrefusestotalktoothers,andI'mveryworriedabouthimCanyouhelp”IlookedatDavidandshowedhimtoachairHowcouldIhelphimThereareproblemspsychologydoesn’thavetheanswerto,andwhichnowordscandescribeSometimesthebestthingonecandoistolistenopenlyandsympatheticallyThefirsttwotimeswemet,Daviddidn'tsayawordHesatthere,onlylookinguptolookatthechildren'sdrawingsonthewallbehindmeIsuggestedweplayagameofchessHenoddedAfterthatheplayedchesswithmeeveryWednesdayafternoon一incompletesilenceandwithoutlookingatmeIt'snoteasytocheatinchess,butIadmitImadesureDavidwononceortwiceUsually,hearrivedearlierthanagreedtookthechessboardandpiecesfromtheshelfandbegansettingthemupbeforeIevengotachancetositdownItseemedasifheenjoyedmycompanyButwhydidheneverlookatme"Perhapshesimplyneedssomeonetosharehispainwith,"Ithought"PerhapshesensesthatIrespecthissuffering”Somemonthslater,whenwewereplayingchess,helookedupatmesuddenly"Ifsyourturn,"hesaidAfterthatday,DavidstartedtalkingHegotfriendsinschoolandjoinedabicycleclubHewrotetomeafewtimesabouthisbikingwithsomefriends,andabouthisplantogetintouniversityNowhehadreallystartedtolivehisownlifeMaybeIgaveDavidsomethingButIalsolearnedthatone一withoutanywords一canreachouttoanotherpersonAllittakesisahug,ashouldertocryon,afriendlytouch,andanearthatlistensWhenhefirstmettheauthor,David    AfeltalittleexcitedBwalkedenergeticallyClookedalittlenervousDshowedupwithhisteacherAsapsychologist,theauthor    AwasreadytolistentoDavidBwasskepticalaboutpsychologyCwasabletodescribeDavid'sproblemDwassureofhandlingDavid'sproblem.David enjoyed being with the author because heA.wanted toask the author for adviceB.need to share sorrow with the authorC.liked the children’s drawings in the officeD.bear the author many times in the chess game.What can be inferred about DavidA.He recovered after months of treatmentB.He liked biking before he lost his familyC.He went into university soon after starting to talkD.He got friends in school before he met the author.What made David changeA.His teacher’s helpB.The author’s friendshipC.His exchange of letters with the authorD.The author’s silent communication with himDWhile Jennifer wasathose taking an online exam for her business law class,a monitor(监控器)a few hundred miles away was watching her every moveUsing a web camera equipped in Jennifer’s Los Angeles apartment,the monitor in Phoenix tracked how frequently her eyes moved form the computer screen and listened for the secret sounds of a possible helper in the roomHer Internet access was lockedremotelyto prevent Internet searches,and her typing style was analyzed to make sure she was whoshesaid she was:Did she enter her student number at the same speed as she had in the pastOr was she slowing downIn the battle against cheating ,this is the cutting edge anda key to encourage honesty in the booming field of online educationThe technology gives trust to the entire system,to the institution and to online education in general Only with solid measures against cheating,experts say,can Internet universities show that their exams and diplomas are validthat students haven’t just searched the Internet to get the right answersAlthoughonlineclasseshaveexistedformorethanadecadetheconcernovercheating hasbecomesharperinthelastyearwiththegrowthof"openonlinecourses"Privatecollegespublicuniversitiesandcorporationsarejumpingintotheonlineeducationfieldspendingmillionsofdollarstoattractpotentialstudentswhilealsotakingstepstohelpguarantee honestyatadistance

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