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浙江省五校2012届高三第二次联考英语试题(含答案)


2012 年浙江省第二次五校联考 英语试题卷

第 I 卷(共 80 分) 第一部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分 30 分) 第一节:单项填空(共 20 小题;每小题 0.5 分,满分 10 分) 从 A、B、C 和 D 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题纸上 将该项选项的标号涂黑。 1. — I’m going to attend a job

interview. Would you like to tell me something about your experience? — ______. Let me tell after class. A. That’s all right B. Of course C. Go ahead D. It just depends

2. After _______ wolf-like animal was shot dead in Zoucheng, Shandong province, a villager reported he had lost ______ husky dog he had raised at home. A. the; a B. a; the C. the; the D. a; a

3. Nature is at its most beautiful in spring ______ all kinds of flowers are in blossom, ______ attracts people from all walks of life to take a spring outing. A. that; which B. which; where C. when; that D. when; which

4. If it were not for the fact that Anne _______ ill, I would invite her to answer my question now. A. was B. were C. is D. be

5. After about one hour of the play between China and Korea, the ______ was 3-2 in our ______.

A. score; favour

B. score; side

C. point; favour

D. point; side

6. The phrase "Made in China" has become ______ the same meaning for getting what you need on the cheap. A. somewhat B. somehow C. anyhow D. anyway

7. Eating is so important to Chinese ______ we have the term "food culture". But recent reports have the public worried about ______ is on their tables. A. what; that B. which; that C. that; which D. that; what

8. Facts prove that the world’s economic development is not a win-lose game but one in which all ______ be winners. A. shall B. can C. must D. will

9. March 5th is the official ―Learning from Lei Feng Day‖ when people are ______to learn from Lei Feng, a cultural image symbolizing selflessness and contribution. A. called on B. called up C. called in D. called off

10. On the one side of the road grass should be planted, and ______. A. on the other are flowers C. on the other flowers B. on another flowers D. on another are flowers

11. The maker of the popular game Angry Birds announced on Tuesday that it would open its first overseas operation in Shanghai, ______ a clear step to further enter the booming Chinese market. A. to mark B. marking C. marked D. having marked

12. There is a common belief among the students in our school ______ they should make great efforts to learn and reach the peak of their academic performances. A. which B. if C. that D. whether

13. China’s medical reform during the 12th Five-Year plan period will ______ the practice of giving doctors and nurses’ pay through the sale of medicines. A. keep away from B. take away from C. do away with D. get away with

14. — Is there anything to eat in the house? I’m hungry now. — There is only some cold bread in the fridge. Will it ______?[来源:Zxxk.Com] A. do B. work C. fit D. make

15. The directions for operating this machine were so ______ that we could not understand. A. various B. different C. fundamental D. complex

16. Beijing ______ some strong winds, with dust blowing at 20 meters per second in the capital these days. A. sees B. saw C. is seeing D. was seeing

17. They put forward a lot of plans at the meeting, none of ______ carried out in their work. A. which B. them C. what D. that

18. Chinese citizens are to have their fingerprints ______ when applying for or changing their resident identity cards. A. record B. to record C. recording D. recorded

19. ______ send officials abroad for training, I think it is better for the government to directly admit people who have studied and worked overseas. A. Other than B. Rather than C. Less than D. More than

20. — Tom, I made your computer system break down. I will pay someone to repair it.

— Oh. ______. I can solve it by myself. A. Forget it B. Take it easy C. No way D. Don’t say so.

第二节:完型填空(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。 A young student was one day taking a walk with a professor. As they went along, they saw 21 in the path a pair of old shoes, which they 22 belonged to a

poor man who was employed in a field close by. The student turned to the professor, saying, ―Let us play the man a will hide his shoes and wait to see his 24 when he cannot find them.‖ 23 : we

―My young friend,‖ answered the professor, ―we should never amuse ourselves at the pleasure 25 26 of the poor. But you are rich, and may give yourself a much greater the poor man. Put a coin into each shoe, and then we will hide 27 the discovery affects him.‖

ourselves and watch

The student did so, and they both placed themselves behind the bushes close by. The poor man soon finished his work, and came where he had left his shoes. While something hard, 31 29 28 the field to the path 30 32

his foot into one of his shoes, he

he bent down and found the coin. Astonishment and

were seen upon his face. He then looked around himself on all sides, but no person was to be seen. He now put the money into his pocket, and went on to put on the other shoe; but his surprise was him; he fell upon his 35 , looked up to heaven and thanked God aloud. 33 on finding the other coin. His feelings 34

The student stood there

36

affected, and his eyes filled with tears. ―Now,‖ 37 than if you had played your

said the professor, ―are you not much better 38

trick?‖ The youth replied, ―You have taught me a lesson which I will never 39 of those words, which I never understood before: It is

forget. I feel now the more blessed to 21. A. sitting 22. A. imagined 23. A. trick 24. A. impatience 25. A. expense 26. A. in reply to 27. A. why 28. A. across 29. A. rising 30. A. found 31. A. but 32. A. wonder 33. A. advanced 34. A. grasped 35. A. knees 36. A. generally 37. A. excited 40

than to receive.‖ B. lying B. expected B. role B. puzzlement B. risk B. in response to B. when B. around B. rushing B. noticed B. so B. admiration B. improved B. overcame B. hands B. fairly B. satisfied C. hiding C. supposed C. part C. pity C. need C. by means of C. where C. through C. slipping C. kicked C. as C. guilt C. progressed C. inspired C. feet C. deeply C. touched D. laying D. recognized D. game D. disappointment D. poverty D. by way of D. how D. towards D. sliding D. felt D. for D. anxiety D. doubled D. sank D. legs D. naturally D. pleased

38. A. intended 39. A. fact 40. A. reward

B. required B. truth B. win

C. wanted C. reality C. give

D. interested D. faith D. send

第二部分:阅读理解(第一节 20 小题,第二节 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 50 分) 第一节:阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(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。 A When people first walked across the Bering Land Bridge thousands of years ago, dogs were by their sides, according to a study published in the journal Science. Robert Wayne of the University of California, Los Angeles, and Jennifer Leonard of the Smithsonian Institute, used DNA material—some of it unearthed by miners in Alaska—to conclude that today’s domestic dog originated in Asia and accompanied the first humans to the New World about 10,000 to 15,000 years ago. Wayne suggests that man’s best friend may have enabled the tough journey from Asia into North America. ―Dogs may have been the reason people made it across the land bridge,‖ said Wayne. ―They can pull things, carry things, defend you from fierce animals, and they’re useful to eat.‖ Researchers have agreed that today’s dog is the result of the domestication(驯化) of wolves thousands of years ago. Before this recent study, a common thought about the precise origin of North America’s domestic dog was that Natives domesticated local wolves, the descendents(后代) of which now live with people in Alaska,

Canada, and the Lower 48. Dog remains from a Fairbanks-area gold mine helped the scientists reach their conclusion. Leonard, an evolutionary biologist, collected DNA from 11 bones of ancient dogs that were locked in permafrost( 永 冻 层 ) until Fairbanks miners uncovered them in the 1920s. The miners donated the preserved bones to the American Museum of Natural History in New York City, where they remained untouched for more than 70 years. After borrowing the bones from the museum, Leonard and her colleagues used radiocarbon techniques to find the age of the Alaska dogs. They found the dogs all lived between the years of 1450 and 1675 A.D., before Vitus Bering and Aleksey Chirikov who were the first known Europeans to view Alaska in 1741. The bones of dogs that wandered the Fairbanks area centuries ago should therefore be the remains of ―pure native American dogs,‖ Leonard said. The DNA of the Fairbanks dogs would als o expose whether they were the descendents of wolves from North America. Along with the Fairbanks samples, the researchers collected DNA from bones of 37 dog specimens(标本) from Mexico, Peru, and Bolivia that existed before the arrival of Columbus. In the case of both the Alaska dogs and the dogs from Latin America, the researchers found that they shared the most genetic material with gray wolves of Europe and Asia. This supports the idea of domestic dogs entering the New World with the first human explorers who wandered east over the land bridge. Leonard and Wayne’s study suggests that dogs joined the first humans that made the adventure across the Bering Land Bridge to slowly populate the Americas. Wayne thinks the dogs that made the trip must have provided some excellent service to their

human companions or they would not have been brought along. ―Dogs must have been useful because they were expensive to keep,‖ Wayne said. ―They didn’t feed on mice; they fed on meat, which was a very guarded resource.‖ 41. The underlined word ―remains‖ is closed in meaning to ______. A. leftover food environment 42. According to the study described in Paragraph 4, we can learn that ______. A. ancient dogs entered North America between 1450 and 1675 AD B. the 11 bones of ancient dogs are not from native American dogs C. the bones discovered by the gold miners were from North American wolves D. the bones studied were not from dogs brought into North America by Europeans 43. What can we know from the passage? A. Native Americans domesticated local wolves into dogs.[来源:学§ 网] 科§ B. Scientists discovered some ancient dog remains in 1920s. C. Latin America’s dogs are different from North America’s in genes. D. Ancient dogs entered North America across the Bering Land Bridge. 44. The first humans into the New World brought dogs along with them because ______. A. dogs fed on mice B. dogs were easy to keep C. dogs helped protect their resources D. dogs could provide excellent service 45. What does the passage mainly talk about ______. B. animal waste C. dead bodies D. living

A. the origin of the North American dogs B. the DNA study of ancient dogs in America C. the reasons why early people entered America D. the difference between Asian and American dogs

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46. Which of the following tickets can be transformed into a 1-Year Pass? A. gift tickets C. tickets booked from a tour operator B. tickets bought from Royal Collection D. tickets bought from an agent

47. If you want to have a 1-Year Pass to Windsor Castle, you DON’T have to ______. A. get your ticket stamped C. buy a ticket B. sign your name D. show your proof of signature

48. If you transformed your ticket to a 1-Year Pass on 15 March, 2012, you could use it on ______. A. 9 April 2012 15 April 2013 49. To book a further admission with a 1-Year Pass, ______. A. you need to pay some money B. you can ask your friend to lend you his 1-Year Pass C. you can have your gift ticket delivered to you B. 4 June 2012 C. 10 March 2013 D.

D. you need to show your passport and credit card on your arrival C Among the Boys is a unique after-school program for boys living in the Highland Park neighborhood of our city. The organizational task is to provide males living in low-income and public housing with opportunities to discover their ability to change challenges into possibilities. The program includes an academic part as well as specific plans for supporting the overall development of the participants. Among the Boys uses painting as an instrument for helping boys examine their world, discuss it, and develop positive ways of handling the challenges they face daily. Young men present personal challenges to the group, such as a recent fight or the long-term drug abuse they observe in their n eighborhood. After guided discussion, the youth work as a team, determining how to best represent the issue at hand in a painting. The resulting paintings and explanations of these paintings provided by the young people suggest that something profound(深远的) occurs through this process. These young men are learning a healthy way to express and cope with the pain and suffering they feel. Art serves as a healing process and a structured method of teaching teamwork, nonviolent values, conflict handling and problem-solving skills. Activities in Among the Boys are in agreement with the best practices in the prevention of high-risk behavior. First, community-based youth development programs are considered important parts of a comprehensive prevention method, particularly in high-risk neighborhoods. Second, compensatory(补偿) education that targets at risk youth for academic failure is also considered an effective prevention method. Third, interventions(介入) aimed at improving youth’s moral reasoning,

social problem-solving, and thinking skills are reported to be effective methods for reducing violence in high-risk populations, especially when carried out with elementary school-aged boys. Finally, Among the Boys has an adapted tutoring part, considered an effective prevention tool. Tutoring is typically a one-to-one match between a tutor and a youth, but Among the Boys employs what is referred to as ―group tutoring.‖ Among the Boys makes up for its high student-tutor ratio(比例) with quality and quantity of time, as the program meets after school, on Saturdays, and all day during the summer, and is staffed primarily by males, an unusual quality among educational programs. Among the Boys is rare and successful form of grassroots program, and represents the dream of a successful male who grew up in the Highland Park neighborhood and has returned to make a valuable contribution to his community. 50. Which of the following most accurately describes the organization of the second paragraph? A. A theory is presented and proved with data. B. A statement is made and supported with examples. C. A problem is put forward and solutions are suggested D. A situation is described and a prediction is provided 51. Which of the following statements is implied in the passage? A. Art programs can promote painting but cannot prevent school failure. B. Social problem-solving skills are not important for high school-age youth. C. Most educational programs have some female staff members. D. Teamwork produces better paintings than does independent work.

52. In discussing Among the Boys’ tutoring part, the author implies that ______. A. Among the Boys employs a traditional tutoring model B. tutoring is effective only with elementary school-age boys C. tutoring prevents the youth’s attention from wandering off D. increased hours with a group can be as effective as a one-to-one tutoring relationship 53. The founder of the program described in the passage ______. A. sought contributions to make his program successful B. designed the program for the same neighborhood in which he grew up C. is seeking reelection for the Highland Park community school board D. was a successful graduate of Among the Boys when he was a youth 54. The attitude of the author of the passage toward Among the Boys is ______. A. forgiving B. doubtful C. praising D My mind went blank when I saw the gun pointing against the car window as we pulled out of the garage. This can’t be happening to me. Then I felt the gun, cold, against my head, and I heard my friend Jeremy saying, ―What do you want? Take my wallet,‖ but at the time I thought of nothing. I remember being a little annoyed when the gunman pulled me from the car by the hair. I remember the walk to the house --- Jeremy, me, the two men with two guns. I remember the fear and anger in the gunmen’s voices because Jeremy was being slow, and I remember wondering why he was being slow. I did not realize that Jeremy had thrown the keys into the bush. But I remember that sound of the gun hitting D. ignorant

Jeremy’s head and the feeling as the man who had hold of my hair released me. And I remember the split second when I realized he was looking at Jeremy, and I remember wondering how far I could run before he pulled the trigger. But I was already running, and upon reaching the car across the street, I didn’t crouch(蹲伏) behind it but screamed instead. I remember thinking there was something ridiculous and illogical about screaming ―Help, help!‖ at eight o’clock on a Tuesday evening in December and changing my plea(恳求) to the more specific ―Help, let me in, please let me in!‖ But the houses were cold, closed, unfriendly, and I ran on until I heard Jeremy’s screams behind me announcing that our attackers had fled. The neighbors who had not opened their doors to us came out with baseball bats and helped Jeremy find his glasses and keys. In a group they were very brave. We waited for the police to come until someone said to someone else that the noodles were getting cold, and I said politely, ―Please go and eat. We’re O.K.‖ I was happy to see them go. They had been talking of stricter sentences for criminals, of bringing back the death penalty(处罚) and how the President is going to clean up the country. I was thinking, they could be saying all of this over my dead body, and I still feel that stiffer sentences wouldn’t change a thing. In a rush all the anger I should have felt for my attackers was directed against these contented people standing in front of their warm, comfortable homes talking about all the guns they were going to buy. What good would guns have been to Jeremy and me? People all over the neighborhood had called to report our screams, and the police turned out in force twenty minutes later. They were ill-tempered about what

was, to them, much trouble about nothing. After all, Jeremy was hardly hurt, and we were hopeless when it came to describing the gunmen. ―Typical,‖ said one policeman when we couldn’t even agree on how tall the men were. Both of us were able to describe the guns in horrifying detail, but the two policemen who stayed to make the report didn’t think that would be much help. The policemen were matter-of-fact about the whole thing. The thin one said, ―That was a stupid thing to do, throwing away the keys. When a man has a gun against your head you do what you’re told.‖ Jeremy looked properly embarrassed. Then the fat policeman came up and the thin one went to look around the outside of the house. ―That was the best thing you could have done, throwing away the keys,‖ he said. ―If you had gone into the house with them…‖ His voice became weaker. ―They would have hurt her‖ --- he twisted his head toward me – ―and killed you both.‖ Jeremy looked happier. ―Look,‖ said the fat policeman kindly, ―there’s no right or wrong in the situation. There’s just luck.‖ All that sleepless night I replayed the moment those black gloves came up to the car window. How long did the whole thing last? Three minutes, five, eight? No matter how many hours of my life I may spend reliving it, I know there is no way to prepare for the next time --- no intelligent response to a gun. The fat cop was right. There’s only luck. The next time I might end up dead. And I’m sure there will be a next time. It can happen anywhere, anytime, to anyone. Security is an illusion(幻觉); there is no safety in locks or in guns. Guns make some people feel safe and some people feel strong, but they’re fooling themselves.

55. When the writer saw the gun pointing against the car window, ______. A. she felt very annoyed C. she felt very much nervous B. she lost consciousness D. she lost the power of thinking

56. What most possibly drove the two gunmen away?[来源:学科网] A. Jeremy’s fighting C. Their neighbour’s brave action B. The author’s screaming D. The police’s arrival

57. When the author called for help, the neighbors didn’t come out immediately because ______ A. they were much too frightened B. they were busy preparing dinners C. they needed time to find baseball bats D. they thought someone was playing a trick 58. The author was happy to see the neighbors go because ______. A. she hated to listen to their empty talk B. she did not want to become an object of pity C. she was angered by their being late to come to her help D. she wanted to be left alone with Jeremy to get over the shock 59. The police were rather angry because ______. A. the author was not hurt and gave a false alarm B. they thought it was a case of little importance C. the author and Jeremy could not tell the police anything D. the gunmen had already fled when they arrived on the scene 60. What the author wants to tell us is that______.

A. neighbors are not helpful in moments of difficulty B. the police are not reliable when one is in trouble C. security is impossible as long as people can have guns D. preventing robbers entering your house is the best choice 第二节:下面文章中有 5 处 (第 61~65) 需要添加小标题。请从(A、B、C、D、 E 和 F)中选出符合各段意思的小标题, 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选项。

A. Explore All Your Talents B. Be Ready for the Up-coming Competition C. Set a Down-to-Earth Gool D. Prepare Yourself Emotionally E. Look for a competitive college F. Consider Talent Search Programs in Junior High

Many aspects of college planning are the same for most college-bound students. However, if you’re in any academically gifted and talented program, you have additional things to think about. Here are some actions you should consider. 61.______ Talent search programs provide educational opportunities for seventh-and eighth-graders who are mathematically or verbally talented. Some of these programs use SAT scores to identify academically gifted students. Although most students take the SAT in junior or senior year of high school, gifted and talented student often take

it earlier. 62. ______ Many gifted students have the potential to succeed in multiple academic areas. Don't miss opportunities by focusing too early on one that you excel in; carefully examine all your strengths and interests. Discover what you really like to study and the topics you may want to pursue in college. Pursue your interest and passion for learning to the fullest extent possible while you’re still in high school. 63. ______ Gifted students often feel that they have to be accepted by very competitive colleges to be considered successful. And while a competitive college may be the right place for you, don’t let selectivity be the only factor. The most important aspect of college planning is finding a college that’s a good fit. 64. ______ Many gifted students are used to being at the top of their junior high and high school classes. Be prepared to meet other gifted students in college — students who do just as well as you, or better, in the classroom. It can be unsettling. Handle it by staying focused on your own studies and skills and aiming to do your personal best. 65. ______ Although your academic qualifications and abilities may exceed those of your high school classmates, your age is the same as theirs. High school is a time for adolescence, while college requires emotional maturity. A 15-year-old high school graduate may not be prepared to live on a campus 1,000 miles from home with other students who are 18 and older. Think about wha t you are ready for emotionally, as

well as academically, when you’re narrowing down your college list.

第Ⅱ (共 40 分) 卷 第三部分:写作(共两节,满分 40 分) 第一节:短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 下面短文中有 10 处语言错误,请在有错误的地方增加、删除或修改某个单 词。 增加:在缺词处加一个漏词符号(∧ ),并在其下面写上该加的词。 删除:把多余的词用斜线(﹨)划掉。 修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写上修改后的词。 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 the I was completely free then, so I’ll to say “yes”. I’ll arrive in Bristol at around 8 pm in am on Friday evening.

It is

good to see that today more people have realized the importance exercising and are playing sports regular. But the problem is that there are not enough sports facilities to meet the public growing demand. I love pla ying basketball and often play with my friends on weekends. Therefore, it is difficult to rent a basketball field and impossible to find a free one. It seems that all courts in the city were always full. Weather permitted, we can play in outdoors. But on rainy days or in winter we have to turn to indoor courts. There are not much in my city, and the charge is expensive. The

government should build more public sports facilities, so easier accesses will encourage more people to participate in sports. 第二节:书面表达(满分 30 分) 请根据下图写一篇 120 词左右的短文。你的短文应包括下列要点: 1. 简要描写图画内容; 2. 说明图画含义; 3. 谈谈你的看法。 参考词汇 智商:IQ

注意:短文的开头已给出(不计词数)。 As is shown in the picture above,

________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ _____________________

、2011 学年浙江省第二次五校联考 英语答案

一、单项选择 1-5 BDDCA 二、 完形填空 21-25 BCABA 三、 阅读理解 41-45 CDDDA

6-10 ADBAC 26-30 CDACD 46-49 BDCA

11-15 BCCAD 31-35 BADBA 50-54 BCDBC

16-20 CBDBA 36-40 CDABC 55-60 DBAABC

四、任务型阅读 61-65 FACBD 五、改错 It is good to see that today more people have realized the importance∧ exercising a n d a r e p l a y i n g

of[来源:学+科+网] sports regular. But the problem is that there are not enough sports facilities to meet t h regularly public’s growing demand. I love playing basketball and often play with my friends on w e e k e n d s . T h e r e f o r e , i t e p u b l i c

However is difficult to rent a basketball field and impossible to find a free one. It seems that a l l c o u r t s i n

the city were always full. Weather permitted, we can play in outdoors. But on rainy d a are y s o permitting r i n

winter we have to turn to indoor courts. There are not much in my city, and the charge i many expensive. The government should build more public sports facilities, so easier a high access encourage more people to participate in sports. c c e s s e s w i l l s

六、作文 As is shown in the picture above, the teacher is questioning one of the students why he doesn’t study in the classroom. The response from the bored boy is that his IQ is too low to study. The teacher is astonished by the answer received. The boy uses an absurd excuse to escape from the responsibility of study. His answer reflects a passive and pessimistic learning attitude. It is not rare that nowadays some students put the blame for their poor performance in study on their low IQ. Actually, few people are born with high IQ and most people need formal education to broaden their horizons and enrich their knowledge. Continuous and diligent study can develop one’s potential and intelligence. Without proper learning,

even high IQ would be wasted. (122words)


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