102 年 - 2013年陕西高考真题（英语）#13731
laugh 【 】
2.2、citizen 【 】
3.3、complete 【 】
4.4、alarm 【 】
5.5、daily 【 】
(A)Not decided yet.
(B)What is it about?
(C)Wow, sounds cool.
(D)Could you pick me up?
(E)Do you want to join me? (F) What about going to a concert?
(G) How about seeing the 3D film Life of Pi?
Lucy: Hi, Kate What are you doing tonight?
Kate: 6 Any suggestions? 【 】
7.【題組】7 I’m planning it for days. 【 】
Kate: A 3D film? Who stars?
Lucy: Suraj Sharma, a handsome young actor.
8.【題組】8 【 】
Lucy: An Indian boy’s unusual experience with a tiger at sea.
9.【題組】9 what time is it on？ 【 】
Lucy： Half past six.
10.【題組】10 【 】
Kate: Sure When and where shall we meet?
Lucy: Let’s meet around six at the gate of Oscar Cinema.
Kate: Great. See you then.
On Monday mornings it usually me an hour to drive to work although the actual distance is only 20 miles. 【 】
12.12. My mom suggests that we eat out for a change this weekend 【 】
13.13. Let those in need that we will go all out to help them. 【 】
14.14. The witnesses by the police just now gave very different descriptions of the fight. 【 】
(C)to be questioned
15.15. —I’m tired I’m taking next week off.
— , honey. You do need a break. 【 】
(A)Not so sure
16.16. is often the case with children, Amy was better by the time the doctor arrive
(D) 【 】
17.17. Jim a late night film at home when, right in the middle of a thrilling scene, the television went blank. 【 】
(D)would be watching
18.18.I have heard a lot of good things about you I came back from abroad.【 】
19.19. Marco Polo is said to have sailed on Pacific Ocean on his way to Java in thirteenth century. 【 】
20.20. It remains to be seen the newly formed committee’s policy can be put into practice 【 】
21.21. The children lost in the woods; otherwise, they would have been at the lakeside camp as scheduled 【 】
(A)must have got
(C)should have got
22.22. Although Rosemary had suffered from a serious illness for years, she lost of her enthusiasm for lif
(E) 【 】
23.23. ----Shall we go for a drink at nine o’clock this afternoon?
---- . Will two o’clock be OK? 【 】
(A)Sure, it’s up to you
(B)Sure, no problem
(C)Sorry, I can’t make it.
(D)Sorry, I’m not available today
24.24. The manager wants to see changes in the company, and I am sure he will .【 】
25.25. My uncle hasn’t been able to quit smoking, but at least he has . 【 】
26.To celebrate the end of our exams, my friends and I went to a fast food restaurant. We 26 hamburgers and Coca Cola at the counter. When our 27 came, I started walking towards an empty table By bad luck, my purse strap（带子）got 28 on a chair and the tray（托盘）that I was holding slipped 29 my hands and went flying in the air. The tray, and its contents, 30 on a man who was just about to 31 a bite of his sandwich. I stared, greatly 32 , as the drinks soaked(浸湿) his white shirt.
Then I 33 my eyes and prepared myself for his burst of 34 . Instead, he said ” It’s OK” to 35 me before he disappeared into washroom.
Still shaky and unsure__36__ to do next, my friends and I went to a table and sat there, trying our best to look___37_ . A moment later, the man came out of the washroom and __38__ our table My heart almost stopped ___39__ . I thought he was going to ask for my father’s ___40__ and call him.
To my surprise, he merely smiled at us, handed us some cash and said, “__41__ yourself new hamburgers.” He then walked ___42__ without even finishing his food.
He could have made what was already an uncomfortable situation worse, ___43__ he chose a different way and gave us a reason to believe that there is still __44__ in this worl
(D)I’ll never __45__ his actions.
(D)demanded 【 】
(D)menu 【 】
(D)tied 【 】
(D)out 【 】
(D)hung 【 】
(D)chew 【 】
(D)annoyed 【 】
(D)closed 【 】
(D)sorrow 【 】
(D)praise 【 】
(D)which 【 】
(D)modest 【 】
(D)laid 【 】
(D)trembling 【 】
(D)job 【 】
(D)Cook 【 】
(D)away 【 】
(D)but 【 】
(D)brightness 【 】
(D)ignore 【 】
46. Who wrote the story about a little boy and a little mouse? 【 】
(B)Michelle O. Donovan.
(C)Dr. Joseph L. Ros
47.【題組】47. The ISBN for the book of poems is _______. 【 】
48.【題組】48. What kind of readers will probably like reading More Things in Heaven? 【 】
(A)Those who are searching for the meaning of life.
(B)Those who are trying to be spiritual leaders.
(C)Those who study the art of writing.
(D)Those who like traveling abroad.
49.【題組】49. Which of the following books explores the origin of humans? 【 】
(A)Seeking the Edge
(B)Creation or Evolution.
(C)Joshua, Helmut, and Bethlehem.
(D)More Things in Heaven.
50.In 1978, I was 18 and was working as a nurse in a small town about 270 km away from Sydney, Australia I was looking forward to having five fays off from duty. Unfortunately, the only one train a day back to my home in Sydney had already left. So I thought I’d hitch a ride (搭便车).
I waited by the side of the highway for three hours but no one stopped for me Finally, a man walked over and introduced himself as Gordon. He said that although he couldn’t give me a lift, I should come back to his house for lunch. He noticed me standing for hours in the November heat and thought I must be hungry. I was doubtful as a young girl but he assured （使…放心）me I was safe, and he also offered to help me find a lift home afterwards. When we arrived at his house, he made us sandwiches. After lunch, he helped me find a lift home.
Twenty-five years later, in 2003, while I was driving to a nearby town one day, I saw an elderly man standing in the glaring heat, trying to hitch a rid
(E)I thought it was another chance to repay someone for the favour I’d been given decades earlier. I pulled over and picked him up. I made him comfortable on the back seat and offered him some water.
After a few moments of small talk, the man said to me, “You haven’t changed a bit, even your red hair is still the same.” I couldn’t remember where I’d met him. He then told me he was the man who had given me lunch and helped me find a lift all those years ago. It was Gordon.
The author had to hitch a ride one day in 1978 because . 【 】
(A)her work delayed her trip to Sydney
(B)she was going home for her holidays
(C)the town was far away from Sydney
(D)she missed the only train back home
51.【題組】51. Which of the following did Gordon do according to Paragraph 2? 【 】
(A)He helped the girl find a rid
(B)He gave the girl a ride back home.
(C)He bought sandwiches for the girl.
(D)He watched the girl for three hours.
52.【題組】52. The reason why the author offered a lift to the elderly man was that .【 】
(A)she realized he was Gordon
(B)she had known him for decades
(C)she was going to the nearby town
(D)she wanted to repay the favour she once got
53.【題組】53. What does the author want to tell the readers through the story? 【 】
(A)Giving sometimes produces nice results.
(B)Those who give rides will be rapid.
(C)Good manners bring about happiness.
(D)People should offer free rides to others.
54.According to sociologists（社会学家）, every modern industrial society has some form of social stratification（阶层）. Class, power and status are important in deciding people’s rank in society.
Class means a person’s economic position in society. A commonly used classification is lower class, middle class and upper class. While sociologists disagree on how these terms should be exactly defined, they do describe societies like the United States quite well. One study shows that 53% of Americans belong to the lower class, 46% the middle class, and 1% the upper class. Interestingly, a surgeon earning ＄500,000 a year and a bus driver earning ＄50,000 a year both regard themselves as the middle class!
Power refers to the amount of control a person has over other peopl
(E)Obviously, people in positions of great power (such as governors) exercise（行使）big power, but people who take orders from others have less power. Power and class do not always go hand in hand, however. For example, the governor of a state has great power, but he or she may not belong to a corresponding （相应的）economic class. Generally, however, there is a relationship between power and class.
To our knowledge, there aren’t too many people who aren’t millionaires in the U.S. Senate!
Status is the honor or respect attached to a person’s position in society. It can also be affected by power and class, but not necessarily so. For example, a university professor may have a high status but not belong to a high social class or have a lot of power over others.
What can we learn about “the middle class” from Paragraph 2? 【 】
(A)People earning ＄50,000 a year belong to the middle class.
(B)Nearly half Americans belong to the middle class.
(C)People generally consider bus drivers as the middle class.
(D)Sociologists have a clear definition of the middle class.
55.【題組】55. According to the text, we know that _____. 【 】
(A)power and class do not always correspond with each other
(B)status refers to a person’s economic position in society
(C)people with high status have a lot of control over others
(D)class is less important in deciding a person’s social rank
56.【題組】56. Which of the following shows the structure of the whole text? 【 】
57.About 30 years ago, I left Cuba for the United States with my son. After getting settled finally in Brunswick, New Jersey, I enrolled(注册) my son in kindergarten. Several weeks later, my son’s teacher asked me to meet him at his office.
In the teacher’s office, and exchange of greetings was followed by his questions: “Is your son mentally retarded(弱智的)？Does he suffer from any kind of mental disability?”
Was he talking about my wonderful Scola? NO, no, it can’t b
(E)What a helpless, lonely moment! I told him that Scola was a quiet, sweet little boy, instead I asked him why he was asking me all these questions.
My son could not follow the teacher’s directions, he told me, and thus, Scola was disrupting the class, Didn’t he know my son did not speak English yet?
He was angry; “Why hasn’t your son been taught to speak English? Don’t you speak English at home?”
No, I didn’t speak English at home, I replied I was sure my son would learn English in a couple of months, and I didn't want him to forget his native language Well, wrong answer! What kind of person would not speak in English to her son at home and at all time? “Are you one of those people who come to this country to save dollars and send them back to their country, never wanting to be a part of this society?”
Needless to say, I tried to tell him I was not one of “those people.” Then he told me the meeting was over, and I left.
As I had expected, my son learned to speak English fluently before the school year was over. He went on to graduate from college and got a job, earning close to six figures. He travels widely and leads a well-adjusted, contented lif
(E)And he has benefited from being bilingual(双语的)。
Speaking more than one language allows people to communicate with others; it teaches people about other cultures and other places—something very basic and obviously lacking in the “educator” I met in New Jersey.
The teacher asked the author to his office__________. 【 】
(A)to discuss Scola’s in-class performance
(B).to get Scola enrolled in kindergarten
(C)to find a language partner for Scola
(D)to work out a study plan for Scola
58.【題組】58.What does the underlined word “disrupting”in Paragraph 4 probably mean? 【 】
59.【題組】59.The author’s attitude towards being bilingual may best be described as_______. 【 】
60.【題組】60.This text is likely to be selected from a book of _________. 【 】