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浙江省杭州二中2014届高三上学期第二次月考英语试题


杭州二中 2013 学年第一学期高三年级第二次月考 英语测试卷
本试题卷分选择题和非选择题两部分。满分 120 分,考试时间 120 分钟 第I卷 选择题部分 (共 72 分)

I. 单项填空(共 20 小题;每小题 0. 5 分,满分 10 分) 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳项,并在答题纸上将该选项 标号涂黑。 1. In the USA, _______ Thanksgiving Day is a harvest festival. Traditionally, it is _______ time to give thanks for the harvest and express gratitude in general. A. the; a B. /; the C. /; a D. the; the 2. One of the requirements for a fire is that the material _________ to its burning temperature. A. is heated B. be heated C. would be heated D. shall be heated 3. Compared with his sister, Jerry is even more ________ to, and more easily troubled by, emotional and relationship problems. A. skeptical B. addicted C. available D. sensitive 4. The thing that _______ is not whether you fail or not, but whether you try or not. A. matters B. cares C. considers D. minds 5. His aunt’s letters ________ memories of those beautiful days when they used to live together in his hometown. A. call at B. call for C. call on D. call up 6. --- Could you take a message for Mr Brown? --- Certainly. I ________ him about something else in any case. So it _______ any bother. A. may see; isn’t B. see; won’t be C. will see; isn’t D. will be seeing; won’t be 7. Don’t take his remarks too seriously. He was so sad that I don’t think he really _________ what he was saying. A. knew B. knows C. was knowing D. had known 8. Without the friction (摩擦力) between feet and the ground, people would ______ be able to walk. A. in no time B. by all means C. on any account D. in no way 9. With more and more forests disappearing, today the public is much concerned about the way _________. A. nature is being ruined B. which nature is ruined C. on which to ruin nature D. of nature to be ruined 10. ______ for the breakdown of the school computer network, Alice was in low spirits. A. Blaming B. Blamed C. To blame D. To be blamed 11. “Sorry” is the hardest word to say sometimes. _______ you know you’ve done something wrong, or something inappropriate, it takes courage to say sorry. A. Only if B. Even if C. If only D. As if 12. ______ when we passed by its nest. A. Up into the blue sky did the bird fly B. Up into the blue sky flew the bird
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C. Up into the blue sky the bird flew D. Flew up into the blue sky the bird 13. If you live in the country or have ever visited there, ______ are that you have heard birds singing to welcome the new day. A. situations B. facts C. chances D. possibilities 14. When she came in, she found a stranger ______ at the back of the classroom with his eyes ______ upon her. A. sitting; fixing B. sat; fixing C. seating; fixed D. seated; fixed 15. The committee asked for these suggestions to be ______ on paper, so that they might study them further. A. brought down B. handed down C. laid down D. put down 16. — You won’t believe it, Sam. I was chosen as an exchange student to China. — Congratulations! _______ A. That’s something. B. You did a good job. C. That’s all right. D. You got it. 17. Mr. Bush is on time for everything. How ____ it be that he was late for the important meeting? A. can B. should C. may D. must 18. A new survey released by Yale University finds that Americans trust scientists most when ______ comes to information on climate change. A. that B. it C. this D. there 19. The food ran out early, but __________ the party us a success according to the guests present that evening. A. therefore B. meanwhile C. otherwise D. however 20. Until the start of the Industrial Revolution, mankind was poor, hungry, and constantly at the _______ of disease and natural disasters. A. power B. limit C. control D. mercy II:完形填空(共 20 小题,每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从21~40各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和D)中, 选出最佳选项,并在答题纸上将该项选项的标号涂黑。 Now you’re a fool for helping. “I don’t want to get 21 ” seems to have become a

national motto. One summer I was driving from my hometown of Tahoe City, California to New Orleans, Louisiana. In the middle of the desert, I passed a young man standing by the roadside. He had his thumb 22 and held a gas can in his other hand. I drove right by him. There was a time

when you’d be called a jerk (混蛋) for passing by somebody _ _23__ . Several days later I was still _24 _ about the hitchhiker (搭便车的人), about how I didn’t

even lift my foot _25_ the accelerator (加速踏板) for him. “Does anyone stop any more?” I wondered. I 26 Blanche DuBois’s famous line—”I have always depended on the kindness of 28 27 .”

Was that possible these days? One way to

this would be for a person to journey across

the US without any money, just __ 29_ _ on the good will of others. What would happen? Would

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he find food, shelter and support? The idea intrigued (激起兴趣) me. The week I turned 37, I realized that I had never done something truly crazy. __ 30_ _ I decided to really do it: travel from the Pacific to the Atlantic without a penny. I would only accept __ 31_ _ of rides, food and places to sleep. For six weeks I hitched 82 rides and covered 4,223 miles across 14 states. I was treated kindly everywhere I went. I was __ 32_ _ by people’s readiness to help a stranger. In Oregon, a house painter named Mike __ 33_ _ the cold weather and asked if I had a coat. I didn’t, so he gave me a big green army-style jacket. A lumber-mill worker in Michigan named Tim invited me to a(n) _ _34_ _ dinner with his family in their shabby house. Then he offered me a tent. I 35 , but Tim insisted, packing it into my bag himself. I found people were generally

compassionate. Hearing I had no money and would take none, people bought me food or __ 36_ _ with them whatever they happened to have. Those who had the _ _37_ _ to give often gave the most. I’m __ 38_ _ to all the people I met for their rides, their food, their shelter and their gifts. My faith in ordinary folks was __ 39_ _. I am proud to live in a country where people are still willing to help. Now about the hitchhiker I met the other day, I am feeling take him along . 21. A. involved 22. A. away 23. A. in danger 24. A. worrying 25. A. off 26. A. concluded 27. A. strangers 28. A. guide 29. A. basing 30. A. But 31. A. jobs 32. A. frightened 33. A. noted 34. A. simple 35. A. understood 36. A. supplied 37. A. grandest 38. A. careful B. crazy B. in B. in need B. considering B. on B. recalled B. relatives B. test B. relying B. So B. supplies B. annoyed B. saw B. rich B. refused B. offered B. most B. grateful
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that I did not stop to

C. blamed C. over C. in action C. concerning C. away C. polished C. friends C. handle C. insisting C. And C. helps C. disappointed C. felt C. awesome C. paused C. shared C. least C. hopeful
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D. rejected D. out D. in favor D. thinking D. from D. submitted D. colleagues D. conduct D. relating D. However D. offers D. amazed D. sensed D. interesting D. disobeyed D. provided D. best D. helpful

39. A. created 40. A. guilty

B. reminded B. sceptical

C. renewed C. delighted

D. returned D. shallow

III:阅读理解(第一节 16 小题,第二节 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 42 分) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出 最佳选项。 A Henry Edwards Huntington was born in 1850 in Oneonta, New York. In 1872 he went to work for his uncle, one of the owners of the Central Pacific Railroad. Twenty years later, Huntington moved to San Francisco at his uncle’s request to share management of the Southern Pacific Railroad. On the way to San Francisco, he visited San Marino, and later bought it, which is home to his collections today. In 1902, Huntington moved his business operations to Los Angeles, where he developed the street railway system that created the structure of the Los Angeles area. He greatly expanded the existing electric railway lines, creating an extensive inter-urban system providing the transportation necessary. Huntington’s business interests continued to grow particularly in the areas of water, power, and land development; at one time he served on as many as 60 corporate boards throughout the United States. At the age of 60, he announced his decision to retire in order to devote time to his book and art collections and the landscaping of the 600-acre farm. In 1911 the large Beaux Arts building, in the charge of the architect Myron Hunt, was completed. In 1913, Huntington married Arabella Duval Huntington. She shared his interests in collecting. As one of the most important art collectors of her generation, she was highly influential in the development of the art collection now shown in the former building. In 1919, Henry and Arabella Huntington signed the agreement that conveyed their San Marino property and collections to a nonprofit educational trust, creating the Huntington, one of the world’s great cultural, research, and educational centers. Henry E. Huntington died in 1927, leaving his great treasures the Huntington, including the world-famous Huntington Library, Art Gallery, and Botanical Gardens in San Marino, California to the public, which hosts more than 500,000 visitors each year.

41. What can you learn about Huntington from the first two paragraphs? A. He worked in many fields before he came to Los Angeles. B. He built a house to store his art collection in San Marino. C. He did a lot to the USA railway development. D. He founded the Central Pacific Railroad. 42. What did Huntington do after his retirement?

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A. He devoted himself to his personal interests. B. He worked part time for non-profit business. C. He was in charge of an educational center. D. He shared his wife’s interests with her.

43. Which of the following can best describe Huntington? A. An excellent artist. C. An ambitious educator. 44. This article is most probably taken from_______. A. a science fiction B. a newspaper report B In the second half of each year, many powerful storms are born in the tropical Atlantic and Caribbean seas. Of these, only about a half a dozen generate (引起,导致) the strong, circling winds of 75 miles per hour or more that give them hurricane status, and several usually make their way to the coast. There they cause millions of dollars of damage, and bring death to large numbers of people. The great storms that hit the coast start as innocent circling disturbances hundreds--- even thousands--of miles out to sea. As they travel aimlessly over water warmed by the summer sun, they are carried westward by the trade winds. When conditions are just right, warm, moist air flows in at the bottom of such a disturbance, moves upward through it and comes out at the top. In the process, the moisture in this warm air produces rain, and with it the heat that is converted to energy in the form of strong winds. As the heat increases, the young hurricane begins to swirl in a counter-clockwise (逆时针方向) motion. The average life of a hurricane is only about nine days, but it contains almost more power than we can imagine. The energy in the heat released by a hurricane’s rainfall in a single day would satisfy the entire electrical needs of the United States for more than six months. Water, not wind, is the main source of death and destruction in a hurricane. A typical hurricane brings 6 to 12 inch downpours resulting in sudden floods. Worst of all is the powerful movement of the sea, the mountains of water moving toward the low-pressure hurricane center. The water level rises as much as 15 feet above normal as it moves toward shore. 45. When is an ordinary tropical storm called a hurricane? A. When it begins in the Atlantic and Caribbean seas. B. When it hits he coastline. C. When it is more than 75 mils wide. D. When its winds reach 75 miles per hour. 46. What is the worst thing about hurricane? A. The destructive effects of water. B. The heat they release. C. That they last about nine days on the average. D. Their strong winds. 47. The counter-clockwise swirling of the hurricane is brought about by . A. the low-pressure area in the center of the storm B. the force of waves of water. C. the trade winds D. the increasing heat 48. Apparently the word “downpour” in the fourth paragraph means .
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B. A talented architect. D. A successful businessman.

C. a novel

D. a biography

A. heavy rainfall C. the progress of water to the hurricane center

B. dangerous waves D. the increasing heat

C Wolves travel in groups, and they perform almost all the other activities of their lives in the company of fellow wolves. This is one of the most important facts that modern science have learned about wolves and one of the things that most clearly explain their way of life. The pack is usually a family group. It is made up of animals related to each other by blood. The centre of a pack is a pair of wolves----an adult male and female that have produced young. The other members of the pack are their offspring (后代): young wolves ranging in age from pups to two- and three-year-olds. Most packs have 6 or 7 members, although some may include as many as 15 wolves. Relationships among creatures that live close together in groups are often very complex, and this is true of the ties that connect the members of a wolf pack. Scientific studies of captive(被捕 获的) wolves and wolf packs in the wild have shown that many complex rules of behavior seem to govern the way that the animals relate to each other. When wolf pups are born into a pack, one of the most important things they must learn is the “language” of the group, the method by which pack members keep in touch with each other, sharing information and communicating their feelings. Scientists have discovered that wolves have a very complex system of communication. The most famous wolf sound is, of course, the howl, and it is a very important part of wolf language. When people think about howling, they usually imagine a sad, lonely sound made by a wolf sitting all alone on a hilltop in the moonlight. However, this picture in most human beings’ mind is not completely true. Wolves howl at any time, not just at night, and they often howl together, not alone. Group or chorus howling is another means by which the members of a wolf reaffirm(重申) their ties with each other and their closeness as a group. One wolf----often the male leader----will point its nose at the sky, open its mouth, and start to howl. Immediately the other members of the pack rush to stand beside him, shoulder to shoulder, and join their voices to his. Each wolf howls on its own note so that a big chorus of slightly different sounds is produced. Chorus howling often takes place before a wolf pack goes out to hunt. At the end of a successful hunt, the pack may also celebrate with a group howl. While wolves are on the track of prey(猎物),they are usually silent. There are occasions when a wolf will howl by itself. This may happen when an animal is separated from the pack. Pack members seem to recognize each other ’s voices and will keep responding to the howl of their wandering relative until the group is reunited. Because howling is a sound that carries over a considerable distance, it is very useful in communications among separated members of a pack. Howling is also used when members of different packs have to get in touch with each other to pass on information about their locations and their purposes. 49. What makes communication the most important part of wolves’ lives? A. Living in packs B. Hunting at night C. Occupying a large area
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D. Finding fellows

50. What most likely happens to young wolves after the age of four? A. They leave the pack and live alone. B. They leave the pack to form packs of their own. C. They continue to live as part of the pack. D. They take over the leadership from their parents. 51. How many members do most wolf packs consist of? A. 3—4 B. 4---5 C. 6---7 D. 10---15 52. To what human activity could wolves’ “chorus howling” best be compared? A. A baby crying from hunger B. A family having an argument C. A group of people singing at a concert D. A sports team cheering before a game 53. When will wolves howl according to the passage? A. Only during the night. B. When separated from the pack C. When there is moonlight D. While on their way to tracking prey D

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注意:把下面 5 小题涂在答题卡 61---65 上面。 第二节: Joe, Bill, Marsha, Linda 和 Ann 正在寻找促进身心健康的锻炼项目(第 61---65 题) 。 阅读以下 6 个选项(A,B,C,D,E 和 F)的内容,选出符合他们要求的最佳选 项,并在答题纸上将相应选项的标号涂黑。选项中有一项是多余的。 61. Joe wants to attend an activity that enables him to relax fully and reduce workplace anxiety effectively. 62. Bill wants to attend a course which prepares him for the challenges in the workplace after he returns from vacation. 63. Marsha wants to shape her body with enough exercises while experiencing the exciting music and learning the vibrant, sexy steps. 64. Linda wants to find a course that ensures a healthy life style and a specialized approach of losing weight. 65. Ann wants to attend a course that helps her work out a workable plan for her exercise, an exercise that costs her almost nothing. A. Do you hate going to the gym? Have trouble sticking to those boring exercise programs? Then learn how to dance your way into shape and get a great cardiovascular(心脏血管的) workout to music that really makes you want to move. This exciting 50-minute solo dance workout is perfect for anyone who wants to burn calories, tone muscles and learn the hottest Latin dance moves----all at the same time. You’ll dance your way to a slimmer, healthier and sexier you to the exciting rhythms of salsa and cha-cha. B. Looking to start an exercise program? Find out if aerobics (气健术) are for you. Review six popular aerobics activities and examine the skill and intensity level of each activity, the benefits and disadvantages of a particular option, the duration, and the required equipment. C. Feeling stressed lately? Taking the time to breathe or stretch may change your entire day. Yoga provides safe and healthy stress management to help you effectively improve your overall health. Explore a number of exercises that can be incorporated into your busy lifestyle and choose the techniques that best suit you. D. Running is inexpensive, increases your energy, and takes little time. It’s a personal activity that can help you stay fit and feel better. Whatever your motivation is for starting a running schedule, the tips you acquire here will help you set realistic goals, stay motivated, plan a
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routine and avoid injury. E. Fitcorp Asia offers Thailand’s only total lifestyle approach to fat loss and weight management. We incorporate all the essential tools and techniques to ensure immediate long term results through a combination of functional strength training with our dedicated and experienced personal trainers and an easy to follow nutritional meal plan created individually to meet the unique needs of each and every client. The program has been developed to become a part of your everyday life. There are no fad( 时尚 ) diets, not short cuts, just proven lifestyle techniques through exercise and good nutritional habits. We have developed the secrets that WORK! F All MTa’s activities are designed to provide trainers with powerful, effective activities that replicate(模仿) real work place situations and require members to get involved, understand how to improve their performance and transfer their learning into the work place. MTa International’s experiential training activities have been designed with the following criteria (标准) in mind: ★ engage everyone mentally, physically and emotionally ★ provide challenge, but only where required for learning ★ raise issues that relate to work ★ stimulate ★ are targeted at specific training needs ★ involve a well developed review process ★ enable effective learning transfer ★ include an element of fun

第 II 卷 非选择题部分 (共 48 分) IV. 课文填空 (共 8 小题,每题 0.5 分,共 4 分) 66. Science is my most challenging subject as my students ________________doing experiments. 67. We walked two and a half hours to get there—first up a mountain to _________________ we had fantastic views … 68. She walked down the platform to catch the train to New York __________________. 69. Realizing that this was no ordinary fish, the fisherman _________________ to damage it in any way. 70. He __________________ political life and has gone abroad. 71. All those __________________ towards the gift will sign their names in a large album which will be sent to the headmaster ’s home.
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72. Such creatures _____________________by man as they live at a depth of six hundred feet. 73. It is____________________ the day before his retirement, Mr Page will have been teaching for a total of forty years. V. 单词拼写 (共 8 小题,每题 0.5 分,共 4 分) 74. You have done so much work. You are b________ to pass the exam. 75. Some people would rather die with d_________ than give in to cruel enemies. 76. Then a law was passed, a_________ slavery. Slaves were free at last. 77. A________ of murder by the police, Tom was sentenced to prison for life. 78. It was greatly to his c________ that Arthur gave back the money he found on the street. 79. E_______ yourself to the sun for too long does harm to your skin. 80. It’s of v________ importance for students to master a foreign language. 81. A growing number of students rent a house near the school just for c_________. VI. 短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 下面文中共有 10 处语言错误,要求你在错误的地方增加、删除或修改某个单词。 增加:在缺词处加一个漏词符号(/\) ,并在该句下面写出该加的词。 删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。 修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。 注意:1. 每处错误及其修改均仅限一词; 2. 只允许修改 10 处,多者(从第 11 处起)不计分。 例如: It was very nice to get your invitation to spend /\ weekend with you. Luckily I was the am completely free then, so I’ll to say “yes”. I’ll arrive in Bristol at around 8 pm in Friday on evening.

My plane was an hour late when it landed at Kansas City International Airport. Standing right next to my luggages, I wondered how I should do in case no one would turn up to meet us. On the one hand, I wish this wouldn’t happen. On the other hand, I was secret excited about the possibility of having to find out my own way around this strange place. A tall white guy in brown hair and blue eyes walked towards me with big smile on his face. “Are you Xuedan?” he asked in not very good Chinese. That was Marc, a member of a church group attached to the University in some strange way. He was very nice to me, told me all the stories about buildings and places along the road back to

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the city. Forty minutes late, we arrived at a small house.

VII. 书面表达(满分 30 分) 目前我国餐桌浪费现象严重。 请用英语写一篇 100-120 词的短文, 标题为: Anti-waste and “Clear the Plates” Campaign 内容如下: 1. 阐述目前餐桌浪费现象。 2. 谈谈你对这个活动的看法。 文章的题目和开头已给出(不计词数) 。 参考词汇:好客 hospitality: n. 公款吃喝 banquets at public expenses 发起 launch: v. Anti-waste and “Clear the Plates” Campaign Nowadays, food waste is serious in China. ________________________________________________________________________

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高三英语参考答案 1---5 CBDAD 6--10 DADAB 11—15 BBCDD 16—20 AABCD 21-25 ADBDA 26--30 BABBB 31--35 DDAAB 36--40 CCBCA 41---44 CADD 45—48 DADA 49—53 ABCDB 54—56 CBD 66. have no concept of 67. a ridge from where 68. feeling both excited and nervous 69. made every effort not 70. is now retiring from 71. who have contributed 72. have rarely been seen alive 73.a curious coincidence that 74. bound 78. credit 1. luggage 6. out---\ 75. dignity 79. Exposing 2. how—what 7. in—with 76. abolishing 80. vital 3. us—me 8. with ^ a big 77. Accused 81. convenience. 4. wish—wished 9. told—telling

61—65 CFAED

5. secret—secretly 10. late--later

One possible version: Anti-waste and “Clear the Plates” Campaign Nowadays, food waste is serious in China. To show their hospitality in interpersonal communication, some customers order far more than what is enough, causing much food to be untouched and thrown away. What is even more unbearable lies in the fact that banquets at public expenses cost the reputation of our government as well as a huge amount of money, which can have actually been spent in helping those in need. Consequently, such waste really makes people disappointed and depressed. To our delight, as a nationwide campaign against waste at the dining table has been launched, “Clear the Plates” is gaining more acceptance and support. Therefore, the nation’s “Clear the Plates” is most likely to become the mainstream idea of hospitality through everyone’s efforts. (117 words)

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