2013 届高三英语周末回顾二 I.单词拼写（每空一词） 1. It is amazing to see so many wild plants and animals in African ____________ (丛林). 2. People have lost ____________ (耐心) with the slow pace of reform. 3. We are so disappointed that he gave us an ____________ (模棱两可的) answer. 4. Is English a ____________ (必修) subject in your school? 5. What ____________ (百分比) of his income is paid in income tax? 6. Everyone has his own ____________ (弱点). 7. Sport and ____________ (娱乐) have always been part of university life. 8. Young people are not _________(满足) to stand and look at works of art; they want art they can participate in. 9. He has some ____________ (意料之外的) guests before he left his home, so he had to change his plan. 10. After such a long thirsty journey, the ____________ (旅行者) drank the fresh spring water. 11. A lawyer was a_______（指定） to represent the child. 12. Objective a__________（评价，评估） of the severity of the problem was difficult. 13. She offered me practical a__________（帮助） with my research. 14. When he was 21, he started his ____________ (专业的) life as an actor. 15. I had a holiday in America for a ____________ (两周) last year. 16. Both poets drew their ____________ (灵感) from the countryside. 17. She is officially r_______(登记)as disabled. 18. I must s______（强调） that this disease is very rare. 19. His c______（笨拙的） fingers couldn’t untie the knot. 20.In 1458,the Turks defeated the Greeks and _______(占领) control of Athens. II.单项填空 1. China is a wonderful land ______ minerals. A. is abundant in B. abundant in C. in abundant D. is in abundant 2. Zhongguancun is ______ the Chinese Academy of Sciences and more than ten famous universities. A. the home to B. home of C. home to D. a home to 3. We often associate the name of Li Ning ______ gymnastics. A. with B. by C. to D. in 4. Across the Yangtze River ______ more than one bridge, the Nanjing Changjiang Bridge being the first one. A. lay B. lie C. lies D. laid 5. —Do you let your kids travel alone at night?—______. A. Absolutely B. Absolutely not C. It’s up to you D. Every day counts 6. —What ____ weather!—Yes, it must be the wind that makes it so cold and many roads are ______ hard.
A. freezing; freezing B. frozen; frozen C. frozen; freezing D. freezing; frozen 7. Lizzie was ______ to see her friend off at the airport. A. a little more than sad B. more than a little sad C. sad more than a little D. a little more than sad 8. They said they liked the ______ of your article, but the style wasn’t quite right for the magazine. A. words B. meaning C. content D. lines 9. —What can I do for you? —I’d like to buy a tie ______ this brown shirt. A. to match with B. to fit C. to go with D. to suit 10. Try some of this salad. You will say it’s ______. A. second to none B. the second to none C. best of none D. the best of none 11. —Jack, what do you think of the event which not only promoted ______ of world hunger, but also raised a lot of money to help those poor children.—That’s great . A. loneliness B. contribution C. decide D. awareness 12. The force of ________slows the spacecraft down as it re-enters the earth’s atmosphere. A. friction B. assessment C. appointment D. inspiration 13. He spoke in a ____________ Midlands accent. A. autonomous B. flat C. steady D. clumsy 14. It is ___________ that the Qing Tombs are influenced by the Ming Tombs, especially architecture and the way they are placed among the surrounding mountains and valleys. A. apparent B. fragile C. clumsy D. imperial 15. She offered me practical _____ with my research. A.assistance B. fragile C. assessment D. imperial 16. She is having an ____ with her boss. A. incident B. accident C. affair D. event 17. They tried to _____their differences. A. repair B. mend C. appoint D. assist 18. She was the first woman ______ to the board. A. to be appointed B. having been appointed C. appointing D. to appoint 19. When he was depressed, he felt utterly ______ from reality. A. divorced B. having been divorced C. divorcing D. to divorce 20. ______ the cold, thin air and low oxygen levels also can cause mountain sickness. A. On behalf of B. Apart from C. In terms of D. Except for 21.All the world is stage, and all the men and women are merely players. A. the; the B. a; the C. a; 不填 D. the; 不填 22— Would you mind if I smoked here?— ______. Don’t you see the sign NO SMOKING on the wall? A. You’d better not B. Yes, go head C. You are welcome D. Take your time 23. Overeating is one of the factors _____ his poor health. A. leads to B. resulting from C. that results in D. contributing to 24. —Can you tell me whether I have the chance to see him? —Oh, He will be back
_____. A. for the time being B. in no time C. at no time D. at times 25. How did it _____ that you failed to _____ in time yesterday? A. come up; turn down B. come on; turn over C. come over; turn off D. come about; turn up 26. Though her father did not like the young man, she married him _____. A. somewhat B. anyhow C. whereas D. anywhere 27. —You can pay weekly or monthly. —It’s _____ you. A. depended on B. by C. up to D. with 28. _____ from the past performance, he is not likely to do very well in the contest. A. Judged B. Judging C. Considered D. Considering 29. I do not wish to be associated _____ him because he is now addicted _____ drugs. A. to; to B. with; with C. with; to D. to; with 30. It _____ he _____ his office. A. was until the clock struck 12 when; didn’t leave B. wasn’t until the clock struck 12 when; leave C. wasn’t until the clock struck 12 that; leave D. wasn’t until the clock struck 12 that; left III. 完形填空 Serious Business Let me take you _36_ a couple of years．Come with me as we relearn a lesson, one that has stuck with me, in my present memory, and _37_ me yet． We walked into Elida Road Hardware, an old-fashioned hardware store．No automatic door, not a computer in the building．It was one that I went to fairly often．As we entered the door, two sounds _38 us．The sleigh bells of last year made that sweet, peaceful tinkle as we opened the door．The other sound was the electronic beeper that reminded Andy of our _39_． "Good afternoon, Ryan," _40_ the cheerful greeting．Andy was a very _41_ sort of owner．He was of medium build and height, and the smile on his face welcomed us． We walked across the old wood floor．Andy asked us what he could help us with．I told him we were _42_ a spring．He very patiently replied, "I have lots of springs．You're going to need to be more _43_．" "Just a spring for an old-fashioned screen door．" "That's it．A screen door spring．Right down there．" We _44_ where he was pointing, and sure enough, there they were．Andy knew his store, and his products．That was why I came here instead of Meijer． The service couldn't be beaten． The price —Yes． But service and _45_ —No． I picked up one and followed him to the _46_． He 47_ the price, doing the math in his head．"$ 1．88, with tax: comes to $ 1．99．" Put it on my dad's account．" He nodded and smiled, "Good dad's account．" He laughed．"I don't know what you boys would do _48_dad's account!" He handed me the ticket and as I _49_ it I asked, "You really trust my signature?" His reply surprised, _50_ delighted ,me．"When I can't trust Jerry Hoover's boys I can trust nobody!" We left, and the brain _51_ started to forget things, in order of importance．But what Andy said that day rang in my ears． And it rings in my ears today． That's a tall order to live up to． It's a high
standard of _52_．My father made a fame for that name, and I get to _53_ the benefits．But on account of this, I must _54_ that fame．And that's _55_ business． 36．A．back B．away C．on D．in 37．A．excites B．shocks C．amazes D．inspires 38．A．greeted B．hugged C．heard D．sensed 39．A．absence B．guests C．shopping D．presence 40．A．replied B．said C．came D．cried 41．A．special B．friendly C．ordinary D．appropriate 42．A．looking up B．looking for C．looking into D．looking at 43．A．specific B．special C．particular D．practical 44．A．got to B．turned to C．stuck to D．referred to 45．A．description B．determination C．satisfaction D．imagination 46．A．comer B．cashier C．counter D．door 47．A．figured up B．made up C．took up D．put up 48．A．with B．without C．by D．for 49．A．received B．signed C．wrote D．touched 50．A．yet B．still C．even D．also 51．A．immediately B．eventually C．merely D．possibly 52．A．devotion B．fortune C．consideration D．honesty 53．A．realize B．believe C．use D．enjoy 54．A．maintain B．obtain C．contain D．entertain 55．A．wonderful B．optimistic C．serious D．successful IV.阅读理解 Human remains of ancient settlements will be reburied and lost to science under a law that threatens research into the history of humans in Britain, a group of leading archaeologists say．In a letter addressed to the justice secretary．Ken Clarke, 40 archaeologists write of their "deep and widespread concern" about the issue．It centers on the law introduced by the Ministry of Justice in 2008 which requires all human remains unearthed in England and Wales to be reburied within two years, regardless of their age．The decision means scientists have too little time to study bones and other human remains of national and cultural significance． "Your current requirement that all archaeologically unearthed human remains should be reburied, whether after a standard period of two years or further special extension, is contrary to basic principles of archaeological and scientific research and of museum practice," they write． The law applies to any pieces of bone uncovered at around 400 dig sites, including the remains of 60 or so bodies found at Stonehenge in 2008 that date back to 3,000 BC．Archaeologists have been granted a temporary extension to give them more time, but eventually the bones will have to be returned to the ground． The arrangements may result in the waste of future discoveries at sites such as Happisburgh in Norfolk, where digging is continuing after the discovery of stone tools made by early humans 950,000 years ago．If human remains were found at Happisburgh, they would be the oldest in northern Europe and the first indication of what this species was．Under the current practice of the law those remains would have to be reburied and effectively destroyed． Before 2008, guidelines allowed for the proper preservation and study of bones of sufficient age and historical interest, while the Burial Act 1857 applied to more recent remains．The Ministry of
Justice assured archaeologists two years ago that the law was temporary, but has so far failed to revise it． Mike Parker Pearson, an archaeologist at Sheffield University, said: "Archaeologists have been extremely patient because we were led to believe the ministry was sorting out this problem, but we feel that we cannot wait any longer．" The ministry has no guidelines on where or how remains should be reburied, or on what records should be kept． 68．According to the passage, scientists are unhappy with the law mainly because _____． A．it is only a temporary measure on the human remains B．it was introduced by the government without their knowledge C．it is unreasonable and thus destructive to scientific research D．it is vague （含糊的） about where and how to rebury human remains 69．Which of the following statements is true according to the passage? A．Temporary extension of two years will guarantee scientists enough time． B．Human remains will have to be reburied despite the extension of time． C．Human remains of me oldest species were dug out at Happisburgh． D．Scientists have been warned that the law can hardly be changed． 70．Which of the following might be the best title of the passage? A．New discoveries should be reburied, the government demands． B．Research time should be extended, scientists require． C．Law could bury ancient secrets forever, archaeologists warn． D．Law on human remains needs thorough discussion, authorities say． 2013 届高三英语周末回顾二答案 单词 jungles patience ambiguous compulsory percentage weaknesses recreation content unexpected traveler appointed assessment assistance professional fortnight inspiration registered stress clumsy seized 单选 BCACB DBCCA DABAA CBAAB CADBD BCBCD 完型 ADADC BBABC CABBA ADDAC 阅读 CBC