浙江省五校联盟 2013 届高三下学期第一次联考 英语试题
本试题卷分第 I 卷和第 II 卷两部分。满分 120 分，考试时间 120 分钟。
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、D 四个选项中，选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂 黑。 1. The New Year ’s party, ______ we sang and danced until 10 p.m., was ____great success. A. from which; / B. on which; / C. for which; a D. in which; a 2. ______ your watch five minutes ahead is an effective way to avoid being late. A. Set B. Having set C. Setting D. Being set 3. As winter ______ spring, students are looking forward to outdoor activities. A. gives voice to B. gives way to C. gives priority to D. gives birth to 4. We should turn negative thoughts like “I never do anything right ” into positive ____ like “I can succeed”. A. that B. them C. it D. ones 5. The national parks are very important for the protection of these wild animals, which would ______ run the risk of becoming extinct. A. therefore B. instead C. otherwise D. anyhow 6. 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 7. The key to ___ new ideas is to observe daily life carefully, and not to take things for granted. A. coming up with B. getting along with C. catching up with D. ending up with 8. The majority of rural migrants are engaged in the most painstaking, most tiring and dangerous work, _______ college graduates are reluctant to do. A. while B. that C. what D. which 9. Only by doing things that your soul is eager to do _____ life something full of beautiful memories. A. could you make B. you can make C. can you make D. you will make 10. Personally, I prefer to stay up late at night, but not ____ I’ll have to drive to work the next day. A. while B. unless C. until D. when 11. To our great relief, Jack’s illness proved not to be as serious as we _____. A. had feared B. have feared C. would fear D. have been fearing 12. If he weren’t always ready to help, I ______ him to look after my son while I was away. A. couldn’t ask B. wouldn’t have asked C. shouldn’t have asked D. mustn’t have asked 13. Scully has a talent for creating for her students _____ allows them to communicate freely with each other.
A. which B. where C. what D. who 14. “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 15. The Buckingham Palace is a great tourist _____, drawing millions of visitors every year. A. attention B. attraction C. appointment D. arrangement 16. It is necessary for children to exchange ideas with parents from time to time so that the generation gap between parents and children can be _____. A. released B. replaced C. narrowed D. disappeared 17. I ____ in a foreign trade company for three years. Still, I don’t regret giving up the job and living with my family. A. worked B. have worked C. had worked D. have been working 18. As far as I am concerned, education is about learning and the more you learn, _____. A. the more for life are you equipped B. the more equipped for life you are C. the more for life you are equipped for D. you are equipped the more for life 19. After several years of observation, the research group _____ the conclusion that language acquisition is faster when students _____ to the situation where it is spoken. A. has come to; expose B. have arrived at; are exposed C. has concluded; are exposed D. have reached; expose 20. --- I enjoyed a very good weekend in the countryside. --- ______. A. It’s a pleasure B. Congratulations C. Oh, I’m glad to hear that D. That’s very nice of you 第二节：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，并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。 My father was in the navy, which meant that my mother was married to both my father and the sea. As was often the __21__, we had to pack our belongings into boxes and 22 those we had grown to love. We would arrive at our new home and find ourselves once again 23 at the pier（码头）waving good-bye to my father as his ship pulled him away from us. My mother would turn my brother and me around before the ship was out of 24 , wipe our tears, and take us back home to start the process of 25 in the new environment again. Throughout the years of changing 26 , schools and friends, there remained one constant in my childhood — my mother. For both my 27 and me, she was the cook, maid and teacher. She played these roles while 28 some type of part-time job. Leaving a promising career is just one of the 29 which my mother made for my family as we moved around the world with our father every three years or so. 30 she had to deal with only a small budget, my mother 31 managed to make each house the very home that is safe and 32 . This probably sounds like a depressing way to live, 33 with two small children: “single” parenthood, short-term friendships, and the inability to 34 a career or establish a home. But it was not for my mother. She turned this 35 into adventure for us all! Each relocation was a
chance to 36 another part of the world. My mother _37___ each new culture, climate and neighborhood. Each new house was a 38 to rearrange furniture, make curtains and hang pictures. Every part-time job was an opportunity to learn something new and work with interesting people. No matter how difficult the life was, she was always having a 39 attitude. She always had strength in the face of struggle and change. My mother was so 40 all those years of my childhood — she was my island in a sea of change. She is my hero. 21. A. situation B. case C. matter D. rule 22. A. leave behind B. leave out C. leave off D. leave for 23. A. arriving B. staring C. standing D. looking 24. A. range B. shape C. sight D. control 25. A. adapting B. suiting C. matching D. fitting 26. A. names B. jobs C. addresses D. directions 27. A. father B. classmates C. brother D. relatives 28. A. performing B. seeking C. waiting D. applying 29. A. programs B. sacrifices C. contribution D. cooperation 30. A. Once B. While C. When D. Unless 31. A. somewhere B. somewhat C. sometime D. somehow 32. A. romantic B. comfortable C. mysterious D. wealthy 33. A. generally B. actually C. especially D. unfairly 34. A. desert B. pursue C. affect D. limit 35. A. lifestyle B. value C. journey D. opportunity 36. A. acquire B. explore C. occupy D. realize 37. A. met B. greeted C. agreed D. suspected 38. A. load B. sadness C. result D. challenge 39. A. changeable B. cautious C. positive D. negative 40. A. experienced B. brave C. ordinary D. annoyed 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 答题卡上将该项涂黑。
Short and shy, Ben Saunders was the last kid in his class picked for any sports team. “Football, tennis Cricket—anything with a round ball, I was useless,” he says now with a laugh. But back then he was the object of jokes in school gym classes in England’s rural Devonshire. It was a mountain bike he received for his 15th birthday that changed him. At first the teen went biking alone in a nearby forest. Then he began to cycle along with a runner friend. Gradually, Saunders set his mind building up his body, increasing his speed, strength and endurance. At age 18, he ran his first marathon. The following year, he met John Ridgway, who became famous in the 1960s for rowing an open boat across the Atlantic Ocean. Saunders was hired as an instructor at Ridgway ’s school of Adventure in Scotland, where he learned about the older man’s cold-water exploits( 成 就).Intrigued, Saunders read all he could about Arctic explorers and North Pole expeditions, then decided that this would be his future.
Journeys to the Pole aren’t the usual holidays for British country boys, and many people dismissed his dream as fantasy. “John Ridgway was one of the few who didn’t say, ‘You are completely crazy,’” Saunders says. In 2001, after becoming a skilled skier, Saunders started his first long-distance expedition toward the North Pole. He suffered frostbite, had a closer encounter(遭遇) with a polar bear and pushed his body to the limit. Saunders has since become the youngest person to ski alone to the North Pole, and he’s skied more of the Arctic by himself than any other Briton. His old playmates would not believe the transformation. This October, Saunders, 27, heads south to explore from the coast of Antarctica to the South Pole and back, an 1800-mile journey that has never been completed on skis. 41. The turning point in Saunders’life came when _____ A. he started to play ball games B. he got a mountain bike at age 15 C. he ran his first marathon at age 18 D. he started to receive Ridgway ’s training 42. We can learn from the text that Ridgway _______. A. dismissed Saunders’ dream as fantasy B. built up his body together with Saunders C. hired Saunders for his cold-water experience D. won his fame for his voyage across the Atlantic 43. What do we know about Saunders? A. He once worked at a school in Scotland. B. He followed Ridgway to explore the North Pole. C. He was chosen for the school sports team as a kid. D. He was the first Briton to ski alone to the North Pole. 44. The underlined word “Intrigued” in the third paragraph probably means_____. A. Excited B. Convinced C. Delighted D. Fascinated 45. It can be inferred that Saunders’ journey to the North Pole ______. A. was accompanied by his old playmates B. set a record in the North Pole expedition C. was supported by other Arctic explorers D. made him well-known in the 1960s
The “Bystander Apathy （漠不关心）Effect” was first studied by researchers in New York after neighbours ignored—and in some cases turned up the volume on their TVs—the cries of a woman as she was murdered (over a half-hour period). With regard to helping those in difficulty generally, they found that: (1) women are helped more than men; (2) men help more than women; (3) attractive women are helped more than unattractive women. Other factors relate to the number of people in the area, whether the person is thought to be in trouble through their own fault, and whether a person sees himself as being able to help. According to Adrian Furnham, Professor of University College, London, there are three reasons why we tend to stand by doing nothing: (1) “Shifting of responsibility”一 the more people there are, the less likely help is to be given. Each person excuses himself by thinking someone else will help, so that the more “other people’
there are, the greater the total shifting of responsibility. (2) “'Fear of making a mistake'’一 situations are often not clear. People think that those involved in an accident may know each other or it may be a joke, so a fear of embarrassment makes them keep themselves to themselves. (3) “Fear of the consequences if attention is turned on you and the person is violent.” Laurie Taylor, Professor of Sociology at London University, says: “In the experiments I’ve seen on intervention(介入), much depends on the neighborhood or setting. There is a silence on public transport which is hard to break. We are embarrassed to draw attention to something that is happening, while in a football match, people get involved, and a fight would easily follow. ” Psychotherapist Alan Dupuy identifies the importance of the individual: “The British as a whole have some difficulty intervening, but there are exceptional individuals in every group who are prepared to intervene, regardless of their own safety: These would be people with a strong moral code or religious ideals.” 46. Which of the following statements is true according to the passage? A. Pretty women are more likely to be helped. B. People on a bus are more likely to stop a crime. C. Religious people are more likely to look on. D. Criminals are more likely to harm women. 47. Which factor is NOT related with intervention according to the passage? A. Sex. B. Nationality. C. Profession. D. Setting. 48. Which phenomenon can be described as the “Bystander Apathy Effect”? A. When one is in trouble, people think it’s his own fault. B. In a football match, people get involved in a fight. C. Seeing a murder, people feel sorry that it should have happened. D. On hearing a cry for help, people keep themselves to themselves. 49. The author wrote this article ______. A. to explain why bystanders behave as they do B. to urge people to stand out when in need C. to criticize the selfishness of bystanders D. to analyze the weakness of human nature
50. This passage is mostly about _______. A. what nonverbal communication is B. human conversation C. the life of Edward T. Hall D. human behavioral use of space 51. Edward T. Hall identified ________. A. interactions between strangers B. angry people C. four zones of personal space D. the Industrial Revolution 52. If you and a close friend began talking when you were eight feet apart, you would probably soon ______. A. move closer together B. move farther apart C. begin talking more softly D. ask another friend to join the conversation 53. The third paragraph provides ________. A. a historical perspective on personal space B. an economic reason for person space C. an overview of Edward T. Hall’s field of study D. a definition of personal space 54. The word dynamics means ______. A. difficulties B. forces or influences that cause change C. largeness D. explosions so large that they are beyond belief
I tried not to be biased, but I had my doubts about hiring Stevie. His social worker assured me that he would be a good, reliable busboy. But I had never had a mentally handicapped
employee. He was short, a little fat with the smooth facial features and thick-tongued speech of Down’s Syndrome(唐氏综合症). I thought most of my customers would be uncomfortable around Stevie so I closely watched him for the first few weeks. I shouldn't have worried. After the first week, Stevie had my staff wrapped around his fat little finger, and within a month my regular truck customers had adopted him as their official truck stop mascot(吉祥物). After that, I really didn't care what the rest of the customers thought of him. He was like a 21-year-old in blue jeans and Nikes, eager to laugh and eager to please, but fierce in his attention to his duties. Every salt and pepper shaker was exactly in its place, not a coffee spill was visible when Stevie got done with the table. Our only problem was persuading him to wait to clean a table until after the customers were finished. Over time, we learned that he lived with his mother, a widow who was disabled after repeated surgeries for cancer. Money was tight, and what I paid him was probably the difference between them being able to live together and Stevie being sent to a group home. That's why the restaurant was a gloomy place that morning last August, the first morning in three years that Stevie missed work. He was at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester getting a heart surgery. His social worker said that people with Down’s Syndrome often have heart problems at an early age so this wasn't unexpected, and there was a good chance he would come through the surgery in good shape and be back at work in a few months. A ripple of excitement ran through the staff later that morning when word came that he was out of surgery, in recovery, and doing fine. Frannie, the head waitress, did a little dance when she heard the good news. Belle Ringer, one of our regular trucker customers, stared at her and asked, "OK, Frannie, what was that all about?" "We just got word that Stevie is out of surgery and going to be okay." "I was wondering where he was. I had a new joke to tell him. What was the surgery about?" Frannie quickly told Belle Ringer and the other two drivers about Stevie's surgery, then sighed: "Yeah, I'm glad he is going to be OK," she said. "But I don't know how he and his Mom are going to handle all the bills. From what I hear, they're barely getting by as it is." Belle Ringer nodded thoughtfully, and Frannie hurried off to wait on the rest of her tables. After the morning rush, Frannie walked into my office. She had a couple of paper napkins in her hand and a funny look on her face. "What's up?" I asked. "I cleared off that table where Belle Ringer and his friends were sitting after they left, and I found this was folded and put under a coffee cup." She handed the napkin to me, and three $20 bills fell onto my desk when I opened it. On the outside, in big, bold letters, was printed "Something For Stevie". That was three months ago. Today is Thanksgiving, the first day Stevie is supposed to be back to work. His social worker said he had been counting the days until the doctor said he could work. I arranged to have his mother bring him to work, met them in the parking lot and invited them both to celebrate his day back. I led them toward a large corner booth. I could feel and hear the rest of the staff following behind as we marched through the dining room. We stopped in front of the big table. Its surface was covered with coffee cups, and dinner plates, all sitting slightly bent on dozens of folded paper napkins. "First thing you have to do, Stevie, is clean up this mess," I said.
Stevie looked at me, and then at his mother, then pulled out one of the napkins. It had "Something for Stevie" printed on the outside. As he picked it up, two $10 bills fell onto the table. Stevie stared at the money, then at all the napkins peeking from beneath the tableware, each with his name printed on it. I turned to his mother. "There's more than $10,000 in cash and checks on that table, all from truckers and trucking companies that heard about your problems. "Happy Thanksgiving !" Well, it got really noisy about that time, with everybody hollering and shouting, and there were a few tears, as well. But you know what's funny? While everybody else was busy shaking hands and hugging each other, Stevie, with a big, big smile on his face, was busy clearing all the cups and dishes from the table. 55. Why did the author have doubts about hiring Stevie? A. Stevie was not that reliable. B. Stevie was mentally disabled. C. Stevie was too short and fat. D. Stevie was bad-tempered. 56. According to the story, which of the following sentences is true? A. Stevie made customers uncomfortable. B. Stevie couldn’t fix his attention on his work. C. Stevie often spilled coffee out of cups. D. Stevie usually cleaned the table too early. 57. By saying the underlined sentence in Para. 3, the author meant that the money she paid Stevie ________. A. could help Stevie out of the money trouble. B. couldn’t thoroughly solve Stevie’s problem. C. could make a great difference to Stevie’s life. D. couldn’t send Stevie to a group home. 58. Why did Frannie sigh after she got word that Stevie would be OK ? A. She was worried that the owner would fire Stevie. B. She was worried about Stevie’s health. C. She was worried about Stevie’s finance problem. D. She was worried that no one would help Stevie. 59. Why did the author ask Stevie to clean up the mess on the table after he returned? A. It was Stevie’s duty to clean the table. B. The table was so dirty that it needed cleaning. C. Stevie would find the money that was given to him. D. She wanted to congratulate Stevie on his coming back. 60. Stevie was popular among the staff and customers in the restaurant because of ______. A. his special appearance. B. his hard work and optimism. C. his funny speeches and actions. D. his kind-hearted behaviours. 第二节：下面文章中有 5 处（第 61-65 题）需要添加小标题。请从以下选项 (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. It will not take a long time to retrain a slow reader B. Fast readers understand and remember better than slow readers C. Rapid readers can relax and enjoy their reading D. Most people can read fast
E. More practice is required to increase reading speed F. Rapid reading is applicable to both easy and difficult material 61.______ Fast readers are alert, active and efficient readers. Vast research as well as records kept by speed-reading teachers prove the faster, the better understanding the readers will develop. On the other hand, slow readers tend to be passive and unskilled. Their comprehension or understanding is often low because they work too far below their potential to remain alert and interested. As a result, their minds wander. 62. ______ Research and the records of hundreds of teachers show that anyone with average intelligence (and good sight) can read and understand simple material at 800-1,200 words per minute. The brain can absorb more rapidly than one can send material to it. A habit of lazy, passive reading has produced slow readers. Eye muscles will respond to training. One needs a mental “set” to absorb material quickly. 63. ______ It is true that efficient readers do not read everything at the same rate. They vary speed and techniques according to the difficulty of the material and their purpose for reading it. They will find, however, that as their basic rate improves, their rate for other material will also improve. Their rapid, medium, and slow rates will all increase. Thus, a well- trained reader may be reading difficult material twice as fast as a nontrained reader reads easy material. Remember: rapid readers can read as slowly as they choose and as fast as they choose. 64. ______ Once rapid reading has become a habit, readers enjoy and savor style just as much as they did before at slower speeds. It takes time to make rapid reading a habit. But, once the habit has been formed, readers feel no more strain than they did at their old slower rates 65. ______ It has been proved many times in school and reading clinics that readers can double or triple their rates in thirty to sixty days. The increase depends upon the amount of daily practice time.
第Ⅱ卷（共 40 分）
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 l 分，满分 l0 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：在缺词处加一个漏字符号(^)，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。 Good morning, ladies and gentlemen, Some of us are having problems about our parents, as they often look into our school bags or read our diaries. I fully understand why we are comfortable about it, but it is no need to feel too sadly. Our parents are checking in our bags or diaries to make sure we’re not getting into troubles. They have probably heard of some horrible stories about other kids and thinking we might do the same. Or perhaps they just want to connect with us and are doing it all wrong. My suggestion is: Tell them we want them to trust us as many as we’d like to trust them. If you don’t think you can talk to them, write them a letter and leave it lie around --- they are bound to read it. Thank you! 第二节：书面表达(满分 30 分) 假设你是新光中学的学生李华，你校最近开展了“校园安全周”活动，并组织了征文比 赛。请你根据以下要点，撰写一篇 120 词左右的文章。 内容包括：1. 安全意识的重要性； 2. 在校内注意人身安全； 3. 同学间发生矛盾一定要冷 静理智；4. 逐步将“安全校园”活动转化为全体师生的实际行动。
浙江省五校联盟 2013 届高三联考 英语（含 1B 模块） 参考答案
Keys: 单项选择：1---5 DCBDC 完形填空：21---25 BACCD 阅读理解：41--- 45 BDADB 61---65 BDFCA 短文改错： 6---10 DADCD 26---30 CCABB 46---49 ACDA 11---15 ABCBB 31---35 DBCBA 50---54 DCAAB 16---20 CABBC 36---40 BBDCB 55---60 BDBCCB
英语自选模块 参考答案 05 号题 1. E 2. A 3. D 4. B 5. The unfair treatment of Franklin. 06 号题 1. politely 2. dressed 3. but 9. it 10. value
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