浙江省杭州新理想高复 2010 届高三上学期第二次月考（英语）
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。 1. --Thank you for ___ fresh vegetables you gave me ! So delicious ! -- ____ pleasure. A. 不填；不填 B. the; 不填 C.the ; a D.不填; a 2. Would it be ____for you to pick me up at four o‘clock and take me to the airport? A. free B. vacant C. handy D. convenient 3. As time went by, the plan they stuck _______ fairly practical. A. to proved B. to proving C. proved D. to be proved 4. If you can‘t spare me an hour, a quarter will . A．do B．help C．work D．suit 5. Is this hotel which offered you a job _______ you stayed the first time you arrived here? A. which B. in which C. that D. where 6. ____ in some rural schools that the teacher is even unable to walk through the rows of desks. A. The classroom was so crowded B. So crowded is the classroom C. As crowded the classroom is D. The classroom is such crowded 7. In modern times, people have to learn to ______ all kinds of pressure although they are leading a comfortable life. A. keep with B. stay with C. meet with D. live with 8. – Yellow Bee, I‘m going to college tomorrow… -- Wow ! College…college, we‘re going to college, haha… -- But I _________ you ! A. am not about to take B. would not take C. could not take D. am not taking 9. As Hillary Clinton has said, the United States and China have entered such a situation _____ they have to cross the river in the same boat. A. which B. why C. where D. when 10. He has put up a private company, but he in the college for about 15years. A. works B. has been working C. worked D. had worked 11. As a result of the serious flood, 68 percent of the buildings in the area . A. need repairing B. needs to be repaired C. needs being repaired D. need to repair 12. He spends _____ 1,000 dollars on stamps each year, but he still hasn‘t got ___ as Amy does. A. as many as, as a big collection B. as much as, as big a collection C. as many as, a collection as big D. as large as, as big as a collection 13. You may cancel the disk check but it is strongly recommended that you ________. A. continue B. will continue C. continued D. must continue 14. After the long journey, the three of them went back home, ______. A. hungry and tiredly B. hungry and tired C. hunger and tired D. hungrily and tired 15.While these were good students， had a score above 60． A．someone B．none C．everyone D．no one
16. —Are you firmly against any independence move by Taiwan? －Of course．That‘s our basic interest lies． A．Why B．when C．where D．what 17. For Senior 3 students，choosing which college to attend be the most exciting time in their entire school lives． A．need B．shall C．would D.can 18. —Some English idioms are difficult to understand． —Exactly, you know the meaning of each word. A．if only B．even though C．as if D．now that 19.The company‘s profit fell _____ in the first three months in 2009 because of the global financial problem. A. automatically B. narrowly C. roughly D. sharply 20. ---Who could have imagined that Barack Obama, a black boy brought up by his white grandparents, would become the President of the USA? ---Well, I don‘t think it‘s any wonder. ______. A. Birds of a feather flock together. B. Like father, like son. C. Every dog has its day. D. The early bird catches the worm. 第二节 完形填空 （共20小题，每小题1分，共20分） 阅读下面短文，掌握其大意，然后从21-40各题所给的4个（A、B、C、D）选项中，选出最 佳选项。 In 1982, Steven Callahan was crossing the Atlantic alone in his sailboat when it struck something and sank. He got into a life boat, but his supplies were 21 . His chances of surviving were small. 22 when three fishermen found him 76 days later, he was alive — much 23 than he was when he started, but alive. His 24 of how he survived is fascinating. His cleverness — how he 25 to catch fish, how he evaporated(蒸发) sea water to 26 fresh water — is very interesting. But the thing that 27 my eye was how he managed to keep himself going when all hope seemed lost, and there seemed no 28 in continuing the struggle. He was starved and 29 worn-out. Giving up would have seemed the only possible choice. When people 30 these kinds of circumstances, they do something with their minds that gives them the courage to keep going. Many people in 31 desperate circumstances 32 in or go mad. Something the survivors do with their thoughts helps them find the courage to carry on 33 difficulties. ―I tell myself I can 34 it,‖ wrote Callahan in his book. ―Compared to what others have been through, I‘m fortunate. I tell myself these things over and over, 35 up courage…‖ I wrote that down after I read it. It 36 me as something important. And I‘ve told myself the same thing when my own goals seemed 37 off or when my problems seemed too terrible. And 38 I‘ve said it, I have always come back to my senses. The truth is, our circumstances are only bad compared 39 something better. But others have been through the much worse, that is to say, in comparison with what others have been through, you‘re fortunate. Tell this to yourself over and over again, and it will help you get through 40 situations with a little more courage. 21. 22. A. full A. And B. rich B. Yet C. few C. Still D. enough D. Thus
23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40.
A. thinner A. attitude A. assisted A. make A. attacked A. operation A. firmly A. deal A. similarly A. pull A. for the lack of A. handle A. rolling A. defeated A. far A. as A. for A. badly
B. stronger B. assumption B. tended B. absorb B. caught B. taste B. completely B. defend B. differently B. take B. in the face of B. carry B. using B. recommended B. long B. each time B. in B. harder
C. worse C. instruction C. managed C. select C. froze C. message C. hardly C. survive C. gradually C. break C. in exchange for C. follow C. building C. introduced C. ever C. for the first time C. at C. rough
D. healthier D. account D. intended D. replace D. cheated D. point D. generally D. observe D. commonly D. give D. as a result of D. inspect D. making D. struck D. even D. unless D. to D. large
第二部分：阅读理解（本题有两小节，第一节共20小题；每小题2分，第二节共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A、B、C、D四个选项中，选出一个最佳选项 A Years ago while lying in my hammock（吊床）and drinking JD from the bottle, I noticed my dog dragging something under the fence. Upon inspection, to my disappointment, I realized it was the next door neighbor‘s 10 – year – old daughter‘s rabbit. For years I had watched her come home from school and head straight out to its cage, free it and play with it in the yard. I knew that day would be no different and fearing for our dog, I had to think fast. The rabbit was quite dirty, as if it had put up quite a struggle, so I washed it, combed it with the dog brush and blew it dry with the leaf blower. Upon finishing its grooming I jumped the fence and replaced it back in its cage hoping its death would be written off as ―natural caused‖. Back to the hammock and JD. Within the hour the neighbor‘s Volvo pulled in as usual and out popped the little girl, and as usual she headed straight for the cage. Only this time she stopped about six feet away and screamed: ―D—A—D—D—Y!!!‖. Her father, panic stricken, stood looking at the cage. Being the good neighbor that I am, I rushed to fence and asked if there was anything I could do. Her father less than calmly shouted, ―What kind of sick individual would dig up a little girl‘s rabbit and put it back in its cage?‖ 41．The girl was shocked because . A．the rabbit was killed by someone B．the rabbit was too clean C．the dead rabbit was cleaned and put back into the cage D．the rabbit was asleep in the cage 42．That day the girl ran to the cage . A．because her rabbit was there
B．because she had a habit of going there to see her rabbit C．because she wanted to see her rabbit again D．because the rabbit was dead 43．We can infer that the rabbit . A．was alive before the writer saw his dog dragging it B．was already dead before the writer saw his dog dragging it C．was in the cage playing with the dog D．was at the fence seeking out for food before it was killed by the dog 44．According to the story, the writer . A．was helpful to his neighbor B．did a smart thing C．was honest D．made a mistake B Anyone who ever wondered why a dying plant, say, a freshly-cut red rose may appeal to a lady friend, might take some comfort in science, which once again offers us a reasonable answer to one of the world‘ s great mysteries. Beyond a common perference in people for blue, ―the long history of color preference studies has been described as ?confusing and contradictory(矛盾的)‘,‖ write scientists Anya Hurlbert and Yazhu Ling of England‘ s Newcastle University, authors of a new study in the journal Current Biology. ―This fact is perhaps suprising,‖ they said, ―though the popularity of the concept that little girls differ from boys in perferring pink.‖ But the scientists believe they have an answer to this scientific mystery, discovering women‘s perference for red, hidden above the average liking for blue. In their study, the pair quickly flashed color cards, displaying many different aspects, at 208 volunteers, mostly Britishers but with a number of Han Chinese, who moved to the United Kingdom recently. Tested in three different experiments, the researchers found out a small but significant preference for reddish colors in the female volunteers. Puzzled, the authors realized that most of the difference between men and women came in the form of a preference for green VS red in the color cards, regardless of the other slight differences such as the slightly blue ones that everyone liked. Why might this be? Evolution might offer an answer, they reason. Human color perception(感知), the assessment of three separate color types — red — green — blue— in our vision (视觉) is a relatively recent addition to our line of mammals(哺乳动物) Adding weight to their argument, they found the women who are most typically feminine(女 性的) on a psychological survey also had the biggest preference for reddish colors. ―My love is like a red, red rose,‖ wrote the Scottish poet Rober Burns in 1794. 45. The scientists discovered the colour mystery that exists between men and women by _____. A. giving examples C. stating causes and effects 46. The word ―pair‖ in Para.4 refers to _____. A. man and woman C. Anya Hurlbert and Yazhu Ling A. men like blue most B. women have perference for red besides blue B. science and evolution D. red and green B. doing experiments D. interviewing volunteers
47. According to the study the scientists have carried out in the passage, _____.
C. generally speaking boys prefer slight pink to blue D. girls also love slight green 48. Which statement best explains the meaning of ―take some comfort in science‖ in Para.1? A. Science can make people feel more comfortable. B. When we are bored, we can turn to science for help. C. Science can make our study confusing and contradictory. D.Scientific research contributes to people‘s discovering the mystery. C
Alone in the wilderness. Nothing but jungle. A world of shadow with the rays of light falling like blonde hair from the crowns of the giant trees. Jungle in the midday sun. Everything motionless. Not a sound from sky or earth. Complete silence. Only some coconuts falling, at long intervals, very far away. The world reduced to the soft touch of cool grass along my naked back, and a sweet smell of rich soil and vegetation. Stretched out with closed eyes beside my heavy burden of fruit and firewood, I enjoyed the feeling of fresh blood streaming through every part of my body and fresh jungle air filling every corner of my lungs. Resting motionless, I could see the sun through my closed eyelids, alone in the sky, as lonely as I, and as motionless and silent as everything else. The earth had surely stopped turning and somewhere on this planet there was supposed to be roaring traffic in busy streets. What a crazy, unbelievable thought! Another coconut fell, to make the world come to a complete standstill. I had to roll over onto my stomach to feel that at least I could move and make noises. Then I found company. A little brown ant was struggling to find its way with a bit of dry straw through the jungle of leaves and grass below my nose. I wondered if I could give the little fellow a lift with its burden, but it showed not the slightest sign of tiredness and struggled on with all six legs, head first or head last, waving its feelers energetically as if the trip had just started. Who ever saw a tired ant? Tiredness, disagreeable tiredness, is restricted to hunted animals, slaves and modern man . It is as great an effort for an office clerk to walk five blocks with a loaded brief-case as it is for a jungle-dweller to cross a valley with a goat on his back. It is as hard to get up and climb or run when you have been seated for years as it is to get up and walk when you have been in bed for months. The body is strange. Spare it, and you get really tired for almost nothing; use it, and almost nothing makes you really tired. 49．The author mentions coconuts‘ falling to . A．show his loneliness B．add beauty to the jungle C．express his love of nature D．stress the absolute silence 50．How does the author feel about the ant? A．He admired its attitude toward work. B．He was amazed at its tireless efforts. C．He showed sympathy for the little ant. D．He was content to have it as a companion. 51．We can learn from the passage that the author . A．enjoyed being alone B．had an exciting adventure C．missed his busy life in the city D．experienced a world of quietness
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Over the past ten years, we have made some big steps forward in our common struggle for development, security and human rights. Aid and debt relief have increased, making the world economy somewhat fairer. At last, the world is taking action against HIV/AIDS. There are fewer wars between countries than there used to be; and many civil wars have ended. More Governments are elected by, and responsible for, the people whom they govern. And all States protect people from war crimes, racial cleansing and crimes against humanity. But there is so much that still needs doing. The gap between rich and poor continues to grow. Many people still face serious crime, discrimination, and racial conflict. Nuclear weapons require urgent attention. Terrorism, and the reaction to it, is spreading fear and suspicion. It seems that we don't even agree which threats are most important. Those who live on small islands may see global warming as the biggest danger. Those who live in a city that has suffered terrorist attacks, like New York, or Mumbai, or Istanbul, may feel that fighting against terrorism is more urgent. Others again may cite poverty, disease, or genocide. The truth is, these are all global threats. All of us should be concerned about all of them. Otherwise, we may" not succeed in dealing with any of them. At this time of all times, we cannot afford to be divided. I know that you, the peoples of the world, understand this. Thank you for all the support and encouragement you have given me throughout these ten difficult but exciting years. Please urge your leaders to work with my successor, and make the United Nations ever stronger and more effective. Long live our planet and its peoples！Long live the United Nations! 52. From the second paragraph we learn ___________. A. which problems are the most important B. the task to improve our world is not so difficult C. we still have a long way to go to achieve world peace D. the future of the world is not certain 53. According to the text, which of the following is NOT true? A. Islanders care more about terrorism than global warming. B. More leaders are voted for by the people for. whom they are responsible, whom they govern. C. The speaker has spent almost all his professional life working for the United Nations D. People around the world don't agree which threats are most important, 54. The speech must have been made by the_________________. A. prime minister of the UK B. president of the US C. president of the PRC D. Secretary-General of the UN 55. The tone of the passage may probably be ________. A. passive B. depressed C. indifferent D. sensible E There are two basic ways to see growth: one as a product, the other as a process. People have generally viewed personal growth as an external（外在的）result or a product that can easily be identified and measured．The worker who gets a rise, the student whose grades improve, the foreigner who learns a new language—all these examples of people who have measurable results to show for their efforts． By contrast （对照） the process of personal growth is much more difficult to determine, since , it is a journey and not the specific signposts or landmarks along the way．The process is not the
road itself, but the attitudes, feelings people have , and their caution or courage, as they meet with new experiences and unexpected difficulties．In this process, the journey never really ends；there are always new ways to experience the world, new ideas to try, new challenges to accept． In order to grow, to travel new roads, people need to have a willingness to take risks, to face the unknown, and to accept the possibility that they may ―fail‖ at first．How we see ourselves as we try a new way of being is necessary for our ability to grow．Do we see ourselves as quick and curious? If so, we tend to take more chances and be more open to unfamiliar experiences．Do we think we‘re shy and indecisive? Then our sense of fear can cause us to hesitate, to move slowly, and we think we are slow to adapt（适应）change or that we‘re not smart enough to deal with a new challenge．Then we are likely to take a more passive role or not try at all． These feelings of insecurity（不安全）and self-doubt are both unavoidable and necessary if we are to change and grow．If we protect ourselves too much, then we stop growing．We become trapped inside a shell of our own making． 56．In the author‘s eye, one who views personal growth as a process would ______． A．succeed in climbing up the social ladder B．grow up from his own achievements C．face difficulties and take up challenges D．aim high and reach his goal each time 57．Which of the following can be viewed as the process of personal growing? A．Our manager was always willing to accept new challenges． B．Jane won the first prize in the speech competition． C．Jerry picked up French during his stay in Paris． D．Father‘s salary rose from 5, 000 to 7,000． 58．For personal growth, the author is in favor of all the following EXCEPT _______． A．being curious about more changes B．being quick in self-adaptation C．having an open mind to new experiences D．staying away from failures and challenges 59．Which of the following is NOT true according to the passage? A．It is not so easy to measure personal growth． B．To try and fail on the new road facing the unknown is unavoidable． C．There are only two ways to see a person‘s growth． D．If you are too shy to take any risks in life, you cannot grow up． 60．The best title for this passage should be ______． A．Facing New Challenges B．Growth—Product or Process C．Two Basic Ways of Growth D．Overcoming Internal Fears 第二节：阅读下列材料, 从所给的六个选项(A、Ｂ、Ｃ、Ｄ、Ｅ、和F) 中，选出符合各小 题要求的最佳选项。选项中有一项是多余项。 Directions: The following people are going to take part in job interviews. Match the interviews (marked with A, B, C, D, E and F) with the people so that they can have a greater chance of being employed. There is one extra paragraph that you don‘t need. 61. Tom is a university student graduating soon. He is smart, swift and quick-minded. He is fond of challenges. He can react to sudden changes very well. 62. Mary is a graduate who often can communicate and cooperate with others well and can make friends easily. 63. Tim is a hardworking person. He has done several jobs but still hasn‘t found his favorite. Every time before he goes for an interview, he‘ll make full preparations as to what interviewers may ask about him.
64. Helen has worked in an advertising company for 8 years before and now she is considering finding a job in a bigger advertising company. She is a talented woman and possesses outstanding skills. 65. Mike is a brave and honest person. He often says what‘s in the mind. He has many true friends. A You‘ll be asked a lot of questions concerning a wide variety of subjects. For example, you will be asked about the political affairs to see whether you keep an eye on the things happening at home and abroad. Of course, you should also know about the company itself very well—the basic information, the policy, the market, and the potential. B You may be interviewed with one or two other interviewees. The interviewer may ask you to solve problems which require you and your partner to work together. It‘s as important to lead as to listen. So, team spirit matters. C The interviewer explores certain predetermined areas using questions which have been written in advance. You may be required to list your past experience, skills and personality. Your experience and skills are compared to specific job tasks to see whether you are fit for the job. D The interviewer intentionally attempts to upset you to see how you react under pressure. You may be asked questions that make you uncomfortable or you may be interrupted when you are speaking. At those times, your quick responses count. E In some job interviews, you will be asked about your social relationship. Sometimes, the interviewer will even ask you how much hard liquor (酒) you can drink. Just keep to the fact and tell the truth, or you‘ll suffer later. F Situations are set up which simulate (copy) common problems you may meet with on the job. Your responses to these situations are measured against predetermined standards. The way of dealing with the problem really matters. The interviewers can determine whether you have the basic qualifications for the job.
第三部分：写作（共二节，满分40分） 第一节: 短文改错 (共10小题; 每小题1分, 满分10分) 此题要求改正所给的短文中的10处错误。要求你在错误的地方增加、删除或修改某单词。 增加：在缺词处加一个漏词符号（∧） ，并在该词下写出该加的词。 删除：把多余的词用（∕）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, 多该不计分。 When I first learned to write in English, I run into many difficulties．The main problem was in that I always thought in Chinese but tried to translate everything into Chinese．My teacher
advised me to keep diaries． followed her advices． I Happily it worked． Soon I began to enjoy talk to myself on paper as I was learning to express me in simple English．One day I wrote a short story and showed it my teacher．She liked it very much that she read it to the class．Everyone said the story was the good one, I was great encouraged by their words． 第二节: 书面表达（本题满分30分） 在09年的两会(two sessions)上，一些代表委员提议：大学教育实行五年制，第一年实施 军训。这项提议引起了社会各界的激烈讨论。支持者和反对者各执一词，如下表所示． 态度 理由 支持 1. 进 行 爱 国 主 义 教 育 (patriotic education); 有 利 于 国防(national defense)建设； 2. 延长大学生在校时间，缓 解一定时期的就业压力。 …… 反对 1. 一年军训后学生会把高中 课程忘干净； 2. 拿一年时间军训是把人的 青春当儿戏。
作为即将步入大学校园的你， 对此有何看法呢?现请你根据上表内容写一篇130词左右的 英语短文，介绍表格内容并谈谈自己的想法，然后向校英文报投稿。 Recently, a proposal was put forward in the two sessions that college be extended to five years by adding one-year of military training for freshmen.
浙江省杭州新理想高复 2010 届高三上学期第二次月考（英语） 参考答案
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Recently, a proposal was put forward in the two sessions that college be extended to five years by adding one-year of military training for freshmen. Those who are for it believe that military training will give patriotic education to the younger generation, provide them with knowledge necessary for all-round development, and benefit our national defense. What's more, having students stay at college for one more year can help relieve the pressure on employment. However, others are against it for the following reasons. On the one hand, they think that much of what has been learned in high school will have been forgotten after a one-year absence from classes. On the other hand, it's a waste of one's golden youth to devote a whole year to such training. In my opinion, a two-month military training period would be acceptable. I think by taking advantage of the first year, students will not only be able to build up their body but also broaden their horizons by taking part in social activities. (144 words)