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2013年深圳成考英语招生全国统一考试
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Section C (12 marks)
    Directions:Complete the following passage by filling in each blank with one word that best fits the context.
    Does going to college really pay off?Certainly!
I remember taking __48__ English class in college on the short story. Our first assignment was to read __49__ short stories and then discuss which one was better. After reading both,I wasn’t sure. Over the __50__ several months, my professor taught me __51__ one story was so much better than the other , __52__ was rich in metaphor(隐喻)and character development, while the other was humorous __53__ too shallow. I couldn’t see this at first. Yet, in a few months, my brain got reeducated and __54__ could see the difference between good and bad writing and could appreciate literature at a whole new level.
Going to college helps build a strong mind, which leads __55__ greater success in one’s life.

Part III Reading Comprehension(30marks)
Directions:Read the following three passages. Each passage is followed by several questions or unfinished statements. For each of them there are four choices marked A,B,C and D.Choose the one that fits best according to the information given in the passage.
A
When first entered, Vanak Restaurant does not look like much of a restaurant, but once the pleasant smells of kabob(烤肉串)hit the senses, you are incapable of calling it anything less.
Owned by a local couple, this Persian restaurant has an inviting, homelike atmosphere that many restaurants lack.
The space is small with only a few dining tables and nearly no decoration,but the environment is truly charming.
Lying in a hardly noticeable street corner, the restautant still attracts all customers,  especially those experienced in the delights of Middle Eastem cooking.
A common sight is that of old Persian men sitting in the conrner talking loudly about world topics, watching news events on TV, drinking a black tea known as Persian chai, and reading local Persian newspapers all the while trying to finish off their plate piled with food.
The variety of food at the restaurant is limited, but the amount of each dish is fairly large. Most of the meals can serve two people and are under $10, so not only is it affordable but practical as well.
The food,especially appeals to health-conscious eaters because each dish is very healthy, made with limited fat and oil and served straight off the grill (烤肉架).
The main dish that the restaurant is popular for is its kabobs, which are different style of grilled meat.
One delicious and extremely healthy dish is the Joojeh Kabob,which is made of grilled chicken pieces served with either rice or bread.Another great kabob is the Chelo Kabob, a kabob consisting of grilled beef.
Although the restaurant is small,the atmosphere and the food is delicious.It is a place that should not be overlooked.
56.When first entering the restaurant,one can find that it________________.
A.is splendidly decorated                 B.has pleasant smells of kabobs
C.is crowded with dining tables            D.looks like a common restaurant
57.What activity is also mentioned apart from dining in the restaurant?
A.Watching news events on TV.            B.Drinking a kind of black coffee.
C.Reading local English newspapers.        D.Discussing world topics in low voices.
58.The food of the restaurant _______________.
A.is served in small amouts                B.is rather expensive
C.is rich in variety                       D.is very healthy
59.What is the dish Joojeh Kabob mainly made of?
A.Rice      B.Chicken      C.Bread          D.Beef
60.It can be inferred from the passage that the restaurant ______________.
A.occupies a large space                  B.owns a favorable location
C.is popular for its special food            D.has a quiet environment inside

B
 My father was Chief engineer of merchant ship, which was sunk in Word War II, The book Night of the U-boats told the story.
 Memories
 In September, 1940, my mother, sister and I went to Swansea, where my father’s ship was getting ready to sail. We brought him a family photograph to be kept with him at all times and keep him safe.
 Then I remember my mother lying face down, sobbing. She had heard from a friend that the ship had been sunk by a torpedo(鱼雷).
 I can remember the arrival of the telegram(电报),Which in those days always brought had news. My grandmother opened it. It read,” Safe, Love Ted.”
 My most vivid memory is being woken and brought down to sit on my father’s knee, his arm in a bandage.
 He was judged unfit to return to sea and took a shore job in Glasgow for the rest of the war. For as long as I can remember, he had a weak heart, Mother said it was caused by the torpedoes. He said it was because of the cigarettes, Whichever, he died suddenly in his early 50s.
 Ten years later I read Night of the U-boats and was able to complete the story.
 Torpedo
 One torpedo struck the ship, Father was in the engine room, where the third engineer was killed. He shut down the engines to slow the ship making it easier for it to be abandoned.
 By the time he got on deek(甲板) he was alone. Every lifeboat was gone except one which had stuck fast. When he tried to cut it free it swung against the ship, injuring his hand and arm.He had no choice but to jump—still with the photogeaph in his pocket.
 Three days later, he and other survivors were safe in Glasgow.All 23 with him signed the back of the photograph.
    A Toast
 In my room is the book and the photograph. Often, glass in hand, I have wondered how I would have dealt with an explosion, a sinking ship, a jump into a vast ocean and a wait for rescue? Lest(以免)we forget, I have some more whisky and toast the heroes of the war.
61.We can infer that the mother and children went to Swansea______.
A. to meet a friend                        B. to see the father off
C.to take a family photo                    D.to enjoy the sailing of the ship
62.What did the author leam about the father from the telegram?
A.he was still alive.                       B.His knee was broken.
C.His ship had been sunk.                  D.He had arrived in Glasgow.
63.The underlind word”it” in Paragraph 6 refers to the father’s______.
A.weak heart                            B. taking a shore job
C.failure to return to sea                   D.injury caused by a torpedo
64.What can we know about the author’s father after his ship was attacked?
A.He lost his arm                       B.He repaired the engines.
C.He managed to take a lifeboat.           D.He was the last to leave the ship.
65.What is the nassage mainly about?
A.A group of forgotten heroes              B.A book describing a terrifying battle.
C.A ship engineer’s wartime experience.      D.A merchant’s memories of a sea rescue.

C
A recent study of ancient and modern elephants has come up with the unexpected conclusion that the african elephant is divided into two disinct (不同的)species.
The discovery was made by researchers at York and Harvard Universities when they were examining the genetic relationship between the ancient woolly mammoth and mastodon to modern elephants ----the Asian elephant , African forest elephant and African savanna elephant.
Once they obtained DNA sequences (序列) from two fossils (化石),mammoths and mastodons , the team compared them with DNA from modern elephants , they found to their amazement that modern forest and savanna elephants are as distinct from each other as Asian elephants and mammoths.
The scientists used detailed genetic analysis to prove that the African savanna elephants and Afican forest elephants have been distinct species for several million years the divergence of the two species took place around the time of the divergence of Asian elephants and woolly mammoths , this result amazed all the scienitsts
There has long been debate in the scientific community that the two might be separate species, but this is the most convincing scientific evidence so far that they are indeed different species.
Previously, many naturalists believed that African savanna elephants and African forest elephants were two populations of the same species despite the elephants’ significant size differences , the savanna elelphant has an average shoulder height of 3.5 metres while the forest elephant has an average shoulder height of 2.5 metres , the savanna elephant welghs between six and seven tons, roughly double the weight of the forest elephant, but the fact that they look so different does not neccssarily mean they are different species, however the proof lay in the analysis of the DNA.
Alfred Roca , assistant professor in the Department of Animal Sciences at the University of Illinois,  said “we now have to treat the forest and savanna elephants as two different units for conservation purpose,  since 1950,  all African elephants have been conserved as one species. Now that we know the forest and the savanna elephant are two very distinctive animals, the forest elephant should become a bigger priority (优先)for conservation purposes.”
66.one of the fossols studied by the reaearchers if that of ____________
A the Asian elephant    B the forest elephant   C  the savanna elephant   D the mastodon elephant
67.the underlined word “divergence”in paragraph 4 means “____________ ”
A evolution      B exhibition       C separation      D examination
68.The researchers conclusion was based on a study of the African elephant’s ____________
A  DNA        B  height        C  weight       D  populalion
69.What are Alfred Roca’s words mainly about ?
   A. The conservation of African elephants.       
B. The purpose of studying African elephants.
   C. The way to divide African elephants into two units.
   D. The reason for the distinction of African elephants.
70. Which of the following can be the best title for the passage ?
   A. Naturalists’Beliefs about Elephants         B.Amazing Experiment about Elephants.
   C.An Unexpected Finding about Elephants.     D. A Long Scientist Debate about Elephants
 
Part Ⅳ   Writng  (45marks)
Section A  (10marks)
    Directions: Read the following passage.Fill in the numbered blanks by using the information from the passage.
   Write NO MORE THAN THRER WORDS for each answer.
     A person searches various websites for different reasons, such as school, work, or enterainment. For teenagers, many informative resources on the Intemet can be used. As a matter of fact, there are educational, music and art websites that are truly helpful to teenagers, because they can help make one’s life easier.
Educational websites are helpful to a teenager in doing school work and searching for a college.Some can help studying for tests, explainging a lesson, and doing homework. Some can help find the right schools based on one’s interests. And still others have pages devoted to the social life at each of  the colleges or the specific activitiies that occur at a certain school.
    Some free music sites enable a teenager to diversify their musical tastes.On these sites, all types of music are available such as pop, cock, jazz, and country. One can type in a song, category or artist and his or her entire catalog appears.Then, the listener can make multiple playlists without creating an account(账户)with the site.
    There are various art websites that can help students to appreciate and create art pieces.On these sites, a student can view numerous photos and art pieces from different mediums or create an account with the website to upload their art pieces for people to see. In addition, one can enjoy various art projects that people have created on display for the rest of the world.
    Truly informative resources are offered on the Intemet,The best suggestion one can receive is to try to look for new websites that can help in the educational, music, or art area, so one can become well-rounded and informed
Truly Helpful Websites for Teenagers
Many    71     are available on various websites
I. Educational sites: helping one ____72____ and search for a college
•Study for tests, explain a lesson, and do homework
•Find the right school that one ____73____
•Learn information about college school life and ____74______ 
II. Free music sltes: _____75_____ to diversify muslcal tastes
•Listen to all types of music
•Type in a song,category,or arlist to get an entire catalog
•Make multiple playlists _____76_______
III. _____77_____ :helping one appreciate and create works
•View photos and works from mediums
•____78_____ for others to see
•____79_____ on display
Helpful websites can make teenagers_____ 80______

Section B(10 marks)
Diretions:Read the folloning passage.Answer the questions according to the information given in the passage
My First Long Run
Two weeks ago, I had a quarrel with my husband, After he had driven off in anger,I realized that I wasn’t going to feel any better just sitting there. Feeling abandoned and guilty, I put on my gym shoes to get some fresh air.
   Our driveway has a slope(斜坡) that is easier just to jog down if you are lazy, taking advantage of gravity. Instead of stopping at the end of the slope. I decided t see if I could just jog to the end of the street. I had tried a few months ago and failed miserably. Since that first attempt I had been jogging regularly and was significantly fitter, but still very lazy. However this time around I mangaged to reach the stop sign with ease and I figured I would go a little further.
   After about one kilometer, however, I notice that my upper body was tense. To make the movement easier, I had to to relax my body, and tried to take deep breaths of fresh air.
    I kept giving myself the excuse to stop. No one would be disappointed. No one would even know. But I didn’t stop. I wanted to keep going harder, better, stronger. To my great surprise, I ran 4.9 km in 31 minutes. When I got back, I had tears in my eyes. I did something I thought I could never do.
It was the first long run of my life. Since then, I have improved my stride (步幅) and time, after  every run, I feel fitter, happier and motivated to keep progressing. I love the runner’s high, I normally jog beasuse I want to look good. I want to run because it makes me feel good.
81.Why did the author feel guilty?      (No more than 9 words )
                                                                        
82.What did the author fail to do miserably a few months ago?  ( no more than 11 words) (2 marks)                                          
                                                                         
83.What excuses did the author keep giving herself to stop? (no more than 9 words ) (3 marks)                                           
                                                                         
84.How is running different from jogging to the author?  (no more than 14 words)  (3 marks)
                                                                       

Secction C (25 marks)
  Directions;write on rnglish composition according to the instruchons given below in chtnese.
  假设你参加所在年级的英文写作比赛,请按如下要求完成一篇短文:
1. 简要描述下图内容,并点名主题;
2. 联系实际,表达该图带给你的启示

注意:1.词数不少于120个;
2.不能使用真实姓名和学校名称