2013 年浙江省六校联考 英语试卷
本试卷分卷 I（选择题）和卷 II（非选择题）两部分，共 120 分。考试时间为 120 分钟。
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，并在答题卷上将该项涂黑。 1. Awarded ______ 2012 Nobel Prize in Literature, Mo Yan, ______ productive contemporary Chinese writer，has published dozens of short stories related to the countryside. A. a; a B. the; a C. 不填; a D. a; the 2. As the quality of the city’s air continues to give rise to ______, the residents are encouraged to set off fewer fireworks. A. descriptions B. compromise C. concerns D. emergency 3. His first lecture is of great use to our development. But his latest one is ______ worth attending. A. better B. more C. very D. much 4. After a pause for a drink, I took up my story just _______ I had left off. A. what B. that C. which D. where 5. — Can I have supper now, Kate? — Yes, but we have got no beef left today. I’m afraid you have to go _______ it. A. at B. except C. without D. against 6. You have to take some necessities such as ropes, a flash, boots, ______ you may get lost in the mountain if going hiking. A. so that B. in order that C. now that D. in case 7. I can’t understand why some graduates wouldn’t go to rural areas of our country where large quantities of jobs are _______. A. present B. suitable C. available D. convenient 8. Abe Shinzo (安倍晋三) paid a visit to China again in order to ______ the relationship between the two countries, which was becoming tenser due to the fierce dispute of Diaoyu Island. A. protect B. promise C. recover D. establish 9. —Want to have the bungee jumping with me? —It’s out of the question! I ______ a try even if you paid me a million dollars! A. would have B. wouldn’t have C. would have had D. wouldn’t have had 10. I’m not sure what time I’ll arrive, maybe half past seven. _______, I’ll be there as early as possible. A. Anyhow B. However C. Thus D. Therefore 11. Yao Ming, now a student of Shanghai Jiaotong University majoring in financial management, _______basketball in NBA for nine years. A. has played B. was playing C. has been playing D. played 12. ________, as long as I’m with nature, I don’t care. A. However tough is the journey B. Whatever tough is the journey C. However tough the journey is D. Whatever tough the journey is 13. Due to the policy of free highway fees on major holidays, too many passenger cars are trapped on the highways, causing heavy traffic jams, some even _______ for several hours. A. held up B. broken up C. taken up D. given up 14. We are seeking a prime minister, _____ who will devote himself to the interest of the country. A. he B. him C. that D. one 15. How long do you think _______ the conflict between Japan and China comes to an end? A. will it be until B. will it be when C. it will be before D. it will be that 16. The traffic administration indicates that airline passengers are only allowed to carry their luggage _______ less than 5 kilograms with them. A. being weighed B. weighing C. weighed D. to weigh 17. —Mr. Smith, why are you always asking me to do the difficult work? —Because you _______ do such a thing and nobody else is fit for it.
A. would B. should C. can D. may 18. —________ two months enough for the project to be finished? —I am afraid not. The professor is ill and only after he recovers ________ go on with it. A. Is; he can B. Are; he can C. Are; can he D. Is; can he 19. ________ is surprising to us is that Tom, for _______ English was once boring, can speak English fluently as though he were a native speaker. A. As; whom B. What; whose C. It; whose D. What; whom 20. — I’ve nothing on me except this ten yuan to donate, I’m afraid. — Never mind. ________. We really appreciate your assistance. A. Every little helps B. The more, the better C. It’s better to give than to receive D. No one is perfect. 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，并在答题卷上将该项涂黑。 Whenever we do something wrong, Jesus Christ sees it. He loves us and doesn’t say it. Perhaps he’s wondering how long we’ll keep our mind suffering. A little boy named Johnny was visiting his grandparents on their farm and he was given a slingshot(弹弓) to play with out in the woods. He 21 for some time but he could never hit the target he had set for himself. Getting a little 22 , he walked back to the farmhouse for dinner. As he was _ 23 back, he saw Grandpa’s pet duck. Just out of 24 , he let the slingshot fly , hitting it in the head ,and killed it. In a panic, he 25 the dead duck in the woodpile, only to see his sister Sally 26 be watching him. Sally had seen all this, but she said _ 27_ . After lunch that day Grandma said, “Sally, it’s your turn to wash the dishes.” But Sally said, “Grandma, Johnny told me he wanted to help in the kitchen.” And then she spoke _ 28 to him, “Remember the duck？” So Johnny did the dishes. Later that day, Grandpa asked if 29 wanted to go fishing, but Grandma said, “I’m sorry but I need Sally to help me make supper.” But Sally just smiled and said, “Well, that’s all right because Johnny told me he was too 30 to help you. And she whispered again, “Remember the duck?” So Sally went fishing and Johnny 31 to help make supper. After several days of doing both his 32 and Sally’s, Johnny finally couldn’t 33 it any longer. He came to his Grandma and told her that he had killed the duck .Grandma smiled and gave him a big 34 . “Sweetheart, I know. You see, I was watering the flowers at the window 35 I saw you shoot my duck with the slingshot, and I saw the whole thing. But because I love you, I 36 you. I was just wondering how long you would let Sally 37 _ of you.” In reality, no matter how 38 __ or how uncomfortable it is to admit our wrongdoing, we should always choose to 39 it and work it through instead of running away from it. Hard as it is, it 40 us and makes us who we are. 21. A. promoted B. exercised C. practiced D. consumed 22. A. delighted B. upset C. amazed D. scared 23. A. running B. rushing C. heading D. leaving 24. A. sympathy B. pride C. impulse D. politeness 25. A. hung B. presented C. protected D. hid 26. A. should B. shall C. must D. might 27. A. nothing B. everything C. something D. anything 28. A. loudly B. softly C. guiltily D. innocently 29. A. Sally B. Johnny C. the children D. Grandma 30. A. reluctant B. willing C. curious D. cautious 31. A. kept up B. held back C. left behind D. stayed behind 32. A. chores B. homework C. games D. sports 33. A. accept B. stand C. withdraw D. allow 34. A. hug B. blow C. reward D. award 35. A. whereas B. as C. while D. when 36. A. appreciate B. admire C. forgive D. force 37. A. put the blame B. make friends C. put pressure D. make a slave 38. A. doubtful B. grateful C. harmful D. painful
39. A. reject B. control C. face D. witness 40. A. develops B. shapes C. ruins D. prepares 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，从每题后面所给的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中，选出最佳选项， 并在答题卷上将该项涂黑。
With the development of modern society and high tech, it is becoming more and more convenient for people to communicate. Meanwhile, virtual world has begun to exist. Virtual entertainment sites let you chat, feed the dog and shop in a way that feels real. But they are also the gateway to the real-world trouble. Virtual property(虚拟财产), which you gain through computer games and social networking sites, is a billion dollar global industry. For example, fantasy worlds like Secondlife, and World of Warcraft issue their own currencies, and players can make a profit by trading in the real world or setting up clothing stores. The currencies are bought with hard cash and profits made online can be converted back into real-world money. But even in imaginary worlds, property ownership can go hand in hand with property theft. Last week, several netizens went to Tencent’s headquarters to file a complaint, accusing the company of not adequately protecting their accounts. They’d had their QQ Show avatar and clothes stolen. “Virtual property theft is occurring today all over the world,” says Professor Greg Lastowka, an American specialist in Internet law. “Local police are often confused by claims of virtual theft, thinking it has no real value,” says Lastowka. Reports of stolen virtual property are becoming increasingly frequent, but the law is slow to respond. China has no specific law to protect virtual property. Without clear legal rules, players cannot prove ownership, so the police might not bother with the case. Virtual property may appear to be something that only has meaning in an imaginary world. Yet somebody has spent real-world time and money on making it their own. To them, it has value, and if someone else takes it, that’s theft. In case of theft, users can report it to the Internet department of the local public security bureaus. Users can also take some action to protect their virtual property. They should not accept files from strangers or go to websites with a dubious(可疑的) reputation. Changing passwords every three months can also help. 41. Which of the following is the reason why virtual theft is common in China? A. There is no relevant law to prevent virtual theft. B. The relevant law is not put into practice effectively. C. Netizens think that virtual property has no real value. D. No cases of virtual theft are reported to the police. 42. How can you gain your virtual property according to this text? A. By physical labor. B. By shopping in a mall. C. By playing QQ games. D. By selling clothes in a shop. 43. From the passage we can easily learn that . A. stealing virtual property has already been identified as a crime B. the police have a good knowledge of virtual property C. the police should take the blame for increasing virtual thefts D. stealing virtual property is unavoidable 44. What should we do to prevent the virtual theft? A. Changing the names of users as often as possible. B. Changing passwords every three months. C. Meeting with our online friends in person. D. Accepting files from strangers.
When you meet someone for the first time, you will form an impression in your mind of that person in the first moment. Your reactions to other people, however, are really just barometers
(晴雨表) for how you perceive(理解) yourself. Your reactions to others say more about you than they do about others. You cannot really love or hate something about another unless it reflects something you love or hate yourself. We are usually drawn to those who are most like us and tend to dislike those who display those aspects of ourselves that we dislike. Therefore, you can allow others to be the mirror to illuminate (阐明;照亮) more clearly your own feelings of self-worth. Conversely, you can view the people you judge negatively as mirrors to show you what you are not accepting about yourself. To survive together peacefully with others, you will need to learn tolerance. A big challenge is to shift your perspective from judgment of others to a lifelong exploration of yourself. Your task is to assess all the decisions, judgments you make onto others and to begin to view them as clues to how you can heal yourself and become whole. Several days ago I had a business lunch with a man who displayed objectionable table manners. My first reaction was to judge him as rude and his table manners as annoying. When I noticed that I was judging him, I stopped and asked myself what I was feeling. I discovered that I was embarrassed to be seen with someone who was chewing with his mouth open and loudly blowing his nose. I was astonished to find how much I cared about how the other people in the restaurant perceived me. Remember that your judgment of someone will not serve as a protective shield against you becoming like him. Just because I judge my lunch partner as rude does not prevent me from ever looking or acting like him. In the same way, extending tolerance to him would not cause me to suddenly begin chewing my food with my mouth open. When you approach life in this manner, those with whom you have the greatest dissatisfactions as well as those you admire and love can be seen as mirrors, guiding you to discover parts of yourself that you reject and to embrace your greatest quality. 45. The purpose of the author writing this passage is to advise people to _________. A. Avoid inappropriate manners. B. Learn tolerance towards others. C. Pay attention to others’ needs and feelings. D. Judge others favorably in any case. 46. The underlined word “objectionable” in Paragraph 4 has the closest meaning to _________ . A. discouraging B. disappointing C. disgusting D. distinguishing 47. According to the passage, the following statements are all true except ________. A. You can’t really love or hate others if they are similar to you. B. We are easily attracted by someone who is similar to us. C. Our first judgment of a person mostly comes from our personal opinion. D. The moment we see a stranger, our mind forms an impression of that person. 48. Throughout the entire story, the last paragraph serves as a(n) _________. A. explanation B. example C. background D. conclusion 49. It can be implied from the text that __________. A. the writer’s first reaction to the man was to judge him as offensive B. we will need to learn tolerance to coexist with others C. we shouldn’t focus on judging others but should constantly reflect on our own D. the writer didn’t care about other people’s view of him
I had the meanest mother in the whole world. While other kids ate candy for breakfast, I had to have cereal, eggs or toast. While others had Cokes and candy for lunch, I had to eat a sandwich. As you can guess, my supper was different from the other kids’ too. But at least, I wasn’t alone in my sufferings. My sister and two brothers had the same mean mother as I did. My mother insisted upon knowing where we were at all times. She had to know who our friends were and where we were going. She insisted if we said we’d be gone an hour, then we should be gone one hour or less -- not one hour and one minute. And she always insisted upon us telling the truth. Now you can see how mean she was. The worst is yet to come. We had to be in bed by nine each night and up at eight the next morning. We couldn’t sleep till noon like our friends. So while they slept - my mother actually
had the courage to break the Child Labor Law. She made us work. We had to wash dishes, make beds, and learn to cook. We had to wear clean clothes and take a bath every day. The other kids always wore their clothes for days. We reached the height of disgrace because she made our clothes herself, just to save money. I believe she laid awake at night thinking up mean things to do to us. Through the years, things didn’t improve a bit. We could not lie in bed “sick” like our friends did, and miss school. Our marks in school had to live up to expectations. Our friends’ report cards had beautiful colors on them, black for passing, red for failing. My mother, being as different as she was, would be satisfied with nothing less than ugly black marks. As the years rolled by, first one and then the other of us was put to shame. We graduated from high school. With our mother behind us, talking, hitting and demanding respect, none of us was allowed the pleasure of being a drop-out. My mother was a complete failure as a mother. Out of four children, a couple of us attained some higher education. None of us have ever been arrested or divorced. Each of my brothers served his time in the service of this country. She forced us to grow up into God-fearing, educated, honest adults. I am now trying to raise my three children. I am filled with pride when my children call me mean. Why? Because now I thank God every day for giving me the meanest mother in the whole world. 50. According to the article, the author’s mother will ask her children to do all the following EXCEPT _________. A. eat as much candy as they want B. wear clean clothes made by her C. be honest about what kind of friends they make D. go to bed and get up at fixed times 51. The author’s mother wanted her children to _________. A. be top students in school and graduate with honors B. do their best at school and be educated and respected citizens C. stop seeing her friends who pretended to be sick to skip classes D. bring home colored report cards like her friends did 52. Which of the following statements is TRUE according to the text? A. The author has a deep hatred for her mother. B. The author’s mother set timetables for her children whenever they went out. C. Some of the children weren’t able to go to college because of their mean mother. D. As a parent, the author is following her mother’s example. 53. It can be inferred from the passage that________. A. All the other kids at school studied better than the author. B. The author worked hard and usually got good grades in studies. C. Mother was punished for breaking the Labor Law. D. The author’s family lived a miserable life. 54. The passage was written in a way of ________ tone. A. hateful B. ridiculous C. critical D. humorous
FRIDAY, Aug.3 (Health Day News) -- Middle school students who are physically fit are likely to score higher on standardized tests measuring reading and math abilities, a new study has found. And, the average scores went up in connection with levels of fitness, the findings showed. “The more physically fit kids were, the higher their scores,” said the study’s lead author, Trent Petrie, director of the Center for Sport Psychology at the University of North Texas in Denton. “Parents should encourage their kids to be physically active. There are some real cognitive(认知的) and academic benefits that come from physical fitness,” Petrie said. Results of the study are scheduled to be presented Friday at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association in Orlando, Fla. The study included more than 1,200 middle school students from five schools in a suburban area of Texas, with 561 boys and 650 girls. About 57 percent of the children were white, and nearly one-quarter were Mexican American. Nine percent were black and about 2 percent were of Asian descent.
The school district provided the researchers with information on the children’s race, age, grade level and whether they qualified for the free school lunch program, which was an indicator of the family’s socioeconomic status. The schools also provided scores to the tests, which were given between one and four months after the researchers had assessed the children’s levels of fitness. Fitness tests were administered during physical education classes to determine the youngsters’ heart and lung health (cardiorespiratory fitness), as well as their body mass index (BMI), an indicator of how much body fat a person has. The children also filled out questionnaires that helped the researchers determine factors such as self-esteem and social support. After accounting for factors such as age, sex, family income and self-esteem, the researchers found that for both boys and girls, higher levels of heart and lung health predicted better scores on both the math and reading tests. For boys, perceived(感观的) social support also seemed to increase their reading scores, the investigators found. In girls, while being physically fit predicted higher reading scores, so too did a higher BMI -- which indicates more body fat. “We were a little surprised by this finding,” Petrie said. “It was not as strong an association as the one with physical fitness,” he added. The authors suspect it may have something to do with girls this age entering adolescence, which may be related to a higher BMI and slightly higher brain development. He said he plans to make great effort to look for this relationship again in larger studies to see if it was a chance finding, or if the association holds up. “While we can’t say 100 percent that physical fitness causes better academic performance, we can say that there is a strong and predictive relationship between physical fitness and academic performance,” Petrie said. “It’s hard to tease apart(梳理) the exact reason for this association,” said Becky Hashim, an attending clinical psychologist and assistant professor in the departments of psychiatry and pediatrics at the Children’s Hospital of Montefiore, in New York City. “It may be that the children are getting more oxygen. When the heart and lungs are working at a higher capacity, it may allow the brain to work at peak performance. Children who are less fit may be sleepier during school,” she noted. “I personally feel that there’s probably a strong relationship between the confidence you get from being able to do something physical well and academic performance.” Whatever the reason behind this association may be, “there’s certainly no harm in pushing physical fitness,” Hashim added. “Physical fitness may make you feel better, give you more confidence and improve your performance across the board,” she said. Petrie agreed. “Physically fit kids are happier, have higher self-esteem and, tend to have better relationships, and now we’re beginning to see that there also seem to be benefits cognitively and academically. Our study sends a strong warning to policymakers to reconsider the service program of physical education classes for kids,” he said. 55. How did the school district help the researchers carry out the study? A. By analyzing the data of fitness tests. B. By giving some basic information. C. By completing some questionnaires. D. By offering a certain amount of Money. 56. According to the passage, the result of the study will be published __________ . A. in a book B. in a journal C. at a conference D. on the Internet 57. What’s the suitable title of the passage? A. Parents should be aware of the benefit of fitness. B. Fitter kids are likely to make better grades. C. Fitness affects kids’ social behavior greatly. D. Teachers should value physical education classes. 58. What’s Becky Hashim’s attitude towards the relationship between physical fitness and academic performance? A. supportive B. Indifferent C. Critical D. Doubtful 59. What does the underlined word “one” in Paragraph refer to? A. The BMI. B. The body fat. C. The brain development. D. The test score. 60. From the last paragraph we can infer that physically fit kids ____________.
A. deserve to be treated well B. live much longer than others C. get along well with others D. enjoy a peaceful life 第二节：任务型阅读（每题 2 分，满分 10 分） 。 探险家 Ranulph Fiennes 在电视节目中回答了主持人的有关野外求生的 5 个问题 （第 1-5 题） 。 请从下列提问 （A,B,C,D,E,和 F） 中选出与他的回答相匹配的问题。 选项中有一项是多余选项。 （每题 2 分， 满分 10 分） Questions: A. Do you think people should be decisive in the wild? B. How to make hunting tools? C. Do you think people should send an SOS while they are in danger? D. How to make a fire in the wild? E. How to set a trap to hunt animals? F. How to build a shelter in the wild? 1.___________ Answer: If you are in a desert environment, try to build an underground shade shelter to avoid prolonged sun exposure, obviously only for hot climates. So you can be more comfortable in cooler temperatures to avoid sweating. If your environment is damp, use branches laid and criss-crossed on top of one another to create a solid and dry foundation for an open bed pad. Raise the foundation above ground level as much as possible. 2._________ Answer: Yes, I think so. For example, if you think the best survival course of action is to look for help and civilization, don’t wait 4 or 5 days before you come to this conclusion. Take action on the 1st or 2nd day if possible while you still have strength and endurance working for you. 3.__________ Answer: Use dry wood and sticks to start your fire. Fire is started by using three kinds of wood: tinder, kindling, and fuel. Tinder is any kind of flammable wood shavings, usually light and wispy. You can take two pieces of dry wood, sharpen one of them and use it to drill into the other piece. Place any highly flammable objects you can find next to the drill bit. The moment the flammable object catches a spark, use a rock to swiftly tip the object onto a nest of leaves and little branches. 4. __________ Answer: Get an ordinary block of wood and hit it with a rock repeatedly until the wood sharpens. In this case, use the rock as your sharpener. You could also take a rock and break off some of the edges and then use another rock and some water like a wet stone and sharpen. In an ideal situation, obsidian stone would be used for its infamous sharpness. 5.____________ Answer: Use two more sticks to hold up a “teepee”, similar to your shelter. Place an item of your choice you think an animal will come after, if you’re lucky, the animal will be trapped. Dig a hole in the ground about 2m-3m deep and 1m-2m across. Take two thin branches and place them criss-crossed across the hole. Cover it with leaves and put something the animals like to eat. You can also put a few wooden spikes sharpened by your knife at the bottom. Don’t forget to build a ladder or you might not be able to climb out of the hole.
第三部分： 写作（ 共两节，满分 40 分） 第一节 短文改错 （10 分） 下面短文中共有 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：在缺词处加上一个漏字符号（∧） ，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。 Hello, everyone. It’s nice to speak about that we can do for our school, and I think small
actions can make big difference. The first thing we can do is to make our campus more beautifully. Every one of them may plant a tree in the school or to organize a thorough cleaning on the campus. We can also form a good habit of putting rubbishes into trashcans. Never forget to turn off the lights and close the doors. We should not leave the tap water run or waste any materials in the laboratory class. In that case, I believe we’ll turn our school in a better place to study and live in. How I wish we can enjoy a better school life! Thank you for listening! 第二节：书面表达（30 分） 请根据以下提示，结合事例，用英语写一篇短文。 Optimism (being optimistic) plays a very important role in study. It may help you out of trouble and even contributes to your progress and success in your study. 注意： （1）无须写标题，文章开头已经给出，不得照抄英语提示语； （2）除诗歌外，文体不限； （3）文中不得透露个人姓名和学校名称； （4）词数为 120 左右。
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2013 年浙江省六校联考 英语答案
单项选择： 1--5. BCADC 6--10. DCCBA 11--15. DCADC 16--20. BCDDA 完形填空： 21--25.CBCCD 26--30.AABCB 31--35.DABAD 36--40. CDDCB 阅读理解： 41-44 ACDB 45-49 BCADC 50-54 ABDBD 55-60 BCBADC 61-65 FADBE 短文改错 Hello, everyone. It’s nice to speak about that we can do for our school, and I think small what actions can make big difference. The first thing we can do is to make our campus more beautifully. ∧a campus. us We can also form a good habit of putting rubbishes into trashcans. Never forget to turn off the rubbish lights and close the doors. We should not leave the tap water run or waste any materials in the or running into How I wish we can enjoy a better school life! could Thank you for listening! 书面表达范文 laboratory class. In that case, I believe we’ll turn our school in a better place to study and live in. beautiful Every one of them may plant a tree in the school or to organize a thorough cleaning on the
In my opinion, Optimism is so essential in our life that it helped and still helps a lot achieving success. It makes us more confident in ourselves to reach our personal goals. We can form, develop and maintain our optimism as much as we can. I know of a disabled girl named Mary whose story of optimism has always inspired me. When she was only three years old, she was diagnosed with a fatal disease. She was informed that she couldn’t live as long as 18 years old. But Mary was optimistic and never gave in to fate. Eventually, she recovered from the disease and enjoyed a better life. Mary not only struggles against the disease but also creates a life of which she can be proud. Mary sets a good example to me. I believe life is very much like a mirror: if you smile upon it, it smiles back upon you; but if you frown and look doubtful on it, you will get a similar look in return. Obviously, optimism is an intellectual choice. I will look on the cheerful side in life.