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2013年杭州市第一次高考科目教学质量检测英语试卷


2013 年杭州市第一次高考科目教学质量检测

英语试题卷
考生须知: 本试卷分选择题和非选择题两部分。全卷共 12 页,选择题部分 1 至 11 页,非选择题部分 12 页。满 分 120 分,考试用时 120 分钟。 请考生按规定用笔将所有试题的答案涂、写在答题纸上。

选择题部分(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,并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。 1.---Tom often plays the record very loud at midnight in his apartment. ---____________! A. Just your luck B. Better not C. It can?t be helped D. That?s too much 2.In the past three decades,____ significant advance has been made in _____ modem agriculture. A. a;不填 B. the;a C.不填;the D. a;a 3.The knowledge ____ in one?s childhood will make a stronger impression on him than what he learns at any other life stage. A. acquired B. acquiring C. being acquired D having acquired 4.In the office an electrical engineer is looking through the instructions to know ______ the heat system works before the repair work. A. whether B. why C. how D. that 5.Teaching is ______ everybody can do;it requires patience as well as professional training. A. something B. anything C. everything D. nothing 6.More people are choosing to work _____ retirement age,since the living expenses are shooting up sharply. A. under B. beyond C. against D. until 7.You may demand an immediate _____ if the company fails to supply the product in time. A. refund B. justice C. guarantee D. cooperation 8.My mother was in the living room ______ the luggage while my father was playing computer games in his study. A. to pack B. having packed C. packing D. packed 9. ---Sunday is a public holiday,_____ children should get close to nature ---But most of them have several lessons to attend. A. where B. which C. in which D. when 10.The increasing interest in reading is ______ in the larger number of people visiting libraries and bookstores. A. various B. evident C. specific D. stable 11.Jack denied ______ to the police as a suspect and insisted that he was innocent. A. to be taken B. taking C. being taken D. to take 12.In class the teacher _____ the finance project in simple but vivid language to make it easier for us to understand. A. undertook B. clarified C. approved D. submitted 13. I_______ up to $5,000 by the time the new term begins in September. A. have saved B. will have saved C. will be saving D. had saved 14. The film?s ending follows a set pattern, but, _____, it is worth seeing a second time.

A. on the other hand B. in other words C. all in all D. in the meanwhile 15. The situation in the country is_____, yet we are still concerned about its future. A. coming up B. drying up C. breaking up D. picking up 16. Linda felt someone _____ on her way home from work yesterday evening,and therefore she was frightened and looked back from time to time. A. followed B. would follow C. had followed D. was following 17.She paused _____ over the unfamiliar word but soon continued. A. frequently B. briefly C. anxiously D. casually 18.Mr. Smith doesn?t go to his usual club,_____ it is being decorated these days. A. for B. yet C. so D. or 19.If you _____ home without a word, your parents wouldn?t be so worried now. A. didn?t leave B. couldn?t have left C. hadn?t left D. shouldn?t leave 20.---Would 13:00 be convenient? ---_______,but I'll have to check my schedule for sure. A. It won?t do B. It should be fine C. That?s the deal D. It?s up to 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 题所给的四个选项(A、B、C、D)中,选出最佳选项,并 在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。 I was listening to the radio while 1 was driving home from coaching basketball yesterday. I could tell right away that there was something 21 by the mood of the speaker. There had been a plane crash. What made the 22 even more tragic was that Bob Collins,the morning show man, was among those who had been killed. Throughout my 40-minute 23 , I listened as genuine love and affection from the audience 24 .The more I listened about how this man had influenced those around him,the more 25 I became. That was because I wanted to know 26 we as a culture, until somebody has passed away before we tell wait them how much they 27 to us? Why do we wait until it is too late before we 28 someone up after they have died? Yes, 29 memory after memory about someone's good 30 does help us cope with the sadness of losing someone special to us. But as we 30 remember this person, our words fall short of the ears that most need to hear 32 . Just once, 33 a gathering of death,1 would like to see a celebration of life, 34 stories are told, tears fall down,laughter rings out;and as the speaker 35 his or her loving tribute(颂词), the person they are 36 rises from the chair and gives them a 37 hug! Wouldn?t that be 38 ! Life is too short to leave kind words 39 . How I wish that when the inevitable funeral(葬礼) finally comes, we could say 40 with the knowledge that they knew exactly how people felt about them while they were here on earth. 21. A. important B. wrong C. pleasant D. unnoticed 22. A. speaker B. radio C. station D. story 23. A. drive B. silence C. ride D. tour 24. A. poured in B. grew up C. broke out D. got through 25. A. determined B. delighted C. discouraged D. devoted 26. A. what B. that C. if D. why 27. A. impress B. love C. mean D. affect 28. A. bring B. build C. pick D. bury 29. A. recovering B. showing C. sharing D. losing 30. A. qualities B. manners C. records D. attitudes 31. A. barely B. lovingly C. suddenly D. finally 32. A. him B. them C. it D. us

33. A. as for B. apart from C. except for D. instead of 34. A. where B. because C. whether D. which 35. A. mentions B. writes C. pays D. ends 36. A. staring B. listening C. honoring D. talking 37. A. tight B. quick C. cold D. necessary 38. A. anything B. nothing C. everything D. something 39. A. untouched B. unsaid C. unfinished D. unpacked 40. A. hello B. sorry C. goodbye D. thanks 第二部分:阅读理解(共两节。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、D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题纸上 将该选项标号涂黑。 A Sometimes successful health campaigns can have quite unexpected reactions. The years of warnings about skin cancer mean that Britons are happy to cover themselves in sunscreen or stay out of the sun altogether, but it also means that most of us are not getting enough vitamin D. Scientists announced yesterday that Britons need to increase to three times the amount of vitamin D they get per day. They called on food producers to fortify(强化)their products with more of the vitamin and suggested people should consider taking supplements(补充物)to keep levels up. They also suggested getting out in the sun for short periods more often, but they warned against “sun bingeing”. The government does not publish official advice on the amount of vitamin D people should take due to a lack of research, says Dr Birgit Teucher of the Institute for Food Research. But in the US,the government recommends 5 micrograms a day. By that count, Dr Teucher said that around 90% of Britons between 19 and 64 would be lacking in the vitamin because they only took around 3 micrograms a day. Vitamin D is important for absorption of calcium(钙)by the body,which is needed for healthy teeth and bones. A lack of it can lead to serious diseases in both children and adults. The vitamin can be found in some foods but it can also be obtained from chemicals in the skin reacting to sunlight. Dr Barbara Boucher said adults should get 5 to 25 micrograms a day. Shortage of vitamin D may be linked to diseases such as muscle weakness,high blood pressure and rickets(佝偻病). Dr Teucher gave several reasons for the lack among Britons. Increasing numbers of office-based jobs mean a lack of exposure to the sun; the rise of becoming overweight means that vitamin D—which is fat soluble(可溶 and 解的)一 is increasingly stored in body fat,where it cannot be accessed readily. Professor Brian Wharton of the Institute of Child Health said that children in particular needed to have enough vitamin D to prevent rickets. Professor Graham Bentham, an environmental scientist at the University of East Anglia,added that babies who were only breast-fed probably need to take supplements in case their mother was vitamin D lacking. Those drinking milk were likely to be OK,thanks to the fortification of the drink. The scientists called on food producers to fortify milk, bread and breakfast nutrient to enable people to get their daily amount of the vitamin. Prof Bentham added that 30 minutes of sun exposure to the face and forearms between April and October would be sufficient. Outside these months,the sun is not strong enough in Britain for the body to produce its own vitamin D. But Prof Bentham warned against spending too long in the sun. ??Sun bingeing is well known to be dangerous。 said. “In any case, ”he vitamin D transformation in the skin switches off after a while so short frequent amounts are better for vitamin D formation.” 41.From Paragraphs l&2 we can infer that___________. A. some health campaigns are very successful B. people are lacking in various vitamins C. Britons are advised not to get out in the sun D. vitamin D can be obtained by staying in the sun

42.The word “sufficient” (Paragraph 8) is the closest in meaning to ___________. A. enough B. proper C. familiar D. available 43.From the passage,we can conclude_____________. A. the babies who were only breast—fed certainly need to take vitamin D supplements B. a large quantity of vitamin D stored in body fat is the primary reason for being overweight C. the sunlight can produce adequate vitamin D that the body needs all year round D. vitamin D is vital for the body to absorb calcium needed for healthy teeth and bones 44.The government doesn?t give official advice on the amount of vitamin D because_____________. A. they think it is harmful for health B. they don?t want to be blamed C. they aren?t confident of its function D. they haven?t concrete proof 45.Which best describes the writer's tone in the passage? A. Humorous. B. Objective. C. Pessimistic. D. One-sided. B Below are news briefs from a newspaper. ◆ The secrets of longevity In a study of 75-year-olds, researchers found that those who lived into their 90s shared some important traits (诀窍). They didn't smoke. They remained physically active and pursued a variety of leisure activities. And they kept a strong social network. The research reaffirms what doctors have been advising for years: stay active and stay connected for good physical and mental health. On average, men in this study who followed a healthy lifestyle lived six years longer, and women five years longer, compared with those who did not follow such a lifestyle. ◆ Chinese white collars ambitious for wealth According to MSN China and Research, more than 50% of Chinese white collars believe a personal fortune of at least 5 million yuan is necessary. The survey was conducted online, covering 100,000 odd respondents. The average monthly income of a senior white collar in big Chinese cities is around 10,000 yuan. That is to say, it will take a white collar approximately 42 years to accumulate 5 million yuan of personal wealth. Thus it is an unpractical goal, despite the fact that 75% of white collars have faith in making investment. Being too covetous for wealth is bad for one's health, particularly mental health. ◆ Glove keyboard enables use of devices with ◆ Artist seeks a garden in the sky Artist Stephen Glassman wants you to look one hand Computer engineering students at The University up. The Los Angeles-based artist is looking to of Alabama in Huntsville have designed a tool that create an urban air garden above the streets of could revolutionize new ways of using electronic L.A. Right now the air garden is at the concept devices with just one hand. It's called a Gauntlet stage. If enough money is raised ( Glassman is Keyboard, a glove device that functions as a wireless seeking $100,000), the City of Angels will keyboard. Instead of tapping keys on a keyboard, be home to a floating garden of bamboo, which the user simply touches his thumb to points on his will appear to be floating but actually be supfingers assigned a letter or other keyboard function. ported by pillars. Even in a city like L. A. where anything goes, the garden would be sure to turn heads.

◆ $600 car issued more than$100,000 in ◆ Supermarket owner gives away stores to parking tickets his 400 employees An abandoned car in Chicago worth an This is the season of giving,and a grocery estimated $600 has been issued more than -store owner is doing just that. Joe Lueken, who $1 00.000 in parking tickets over the past three owns and manages two grocery stores in years. Jennifer Fitzgerald,3 1,is currently stuck Bemidji,Minnesota,and one in Wahpeton, with the bill but says the 1999 Chevy Monte North Dakota,is retiring at age 70. Instead of Carlo actually belongs to an ex-boyfriend who selling his stores to the highest bidder,though, registered the ear in her name without her he will transfer ownership to the stores?400 or so knowledge. From May 23,2009,through April employees. The employees will participate in 30,2012,the Chicago Department of Finance an employee stock ownership program,receiving issued 678 tickets against the car , totaling shares of Lueken?s Village Foods based on length $105,76 1.80. But Fitzgerald says she doesn?t of service and salary——and at no cost to them. owe the city a dime and has filed a lawsuit Joe explained his reason for turning over against the city of Chicago and the ex-boyfriend. ownership to his employees:“My employees are largely responsible for any Success I've had,and they deserve to get some of the benefits of that.” 46.The most important feature of a Gauntlet Keyboard is that____________. A. its appearance is similar to that of a glove B. it has the functions of a wireless keyboard C. it can be operated with just one hand D. it's designed by engineering students 47.Chevy Monte Carlo is the name of _____________. A .an abandoned car B. a police officer C. a street in Chicago D. Fitzgerald?s ex-boyfriend 48.Why does Joe Lueken give away his stores.'? A. To enjoy life after retirement. B. To reward his employees. C. To benefit from his employees. D. To start an ownership program. 49.According to the given information,we can draw the conclusion that_________________. A. what doctors say about living a long life isn?t always true B. floating gardens will be built in both Los Angeles and the City of Angels C. on average females enjoy a much longer life than males do D. many Chinese white collars don?t have a right attitude towards wealth

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Today?s amazing newspaper headline! First family of four to walk to the South Pole wearing Mickey Mouse ears and clown?s shoes. No,not really. It isn?t true. I invented it. But I wouldn?t be surprised to see it one day soon. It seems that every week someone becomes ?the first? or ?the youngest? or ?the oldest? or even ?the first married couple? to do something that doesn?t seem to be very useful to the rest of humanity. This year I've seen headlines saying ?The youngest person to sail the Atlantic alone?,?The youngest Briton to climb Mount Everest?,and ?The first people to fly around the world in a hot air balloon?. Why do they do it? Don?t they have better things to do with their time and money? And why should I be interested anyway? Human beings have already climbed the highest mountains,sailed across the oceans and flown around the world. People have already reached the most remote parts of our planet. Many of these things were done a long,long time ago. There just isn?t anything left to explore nowadays. I suppose there?s still a lot of the universe left,and the bottom of the oceans is still a bit of a mystery, you need a lot of technology to explore areas like that. So, but those people who feel the need for adventure can only do things that have been done before. So they have to try and do it in a new way,or be ?the fastest? or ?the youngest? or ?the oldest? to do something that isn?t really new at all.

What is so great about climbing Mount Everest these days anyway? It’s become a popular tourist trip. People pay thousands of dollars to be taken up the mountain by the local Sherpas,who lead the way and carry the bags. At any one time there are about a thousand people either climbing up or on their way back down. As a result,Everest is covered with rubbish and the Sherpas have to make special trips up the mountain to pick it up. The climbers are often inexperienced and when they get into trouble other people have to risk their lives to bring them down to safety. Helicopter crews have been killed trying to reach people who were stuck on the mountain. In January 2003 a helicopter carrying two British men crashed into the sea near Antarctica. I'm not quite sure what they were trying to be ?the first? or ?the youngest? to do. The Chilean navy picked them up after a nine—hour rescue mission that cost tens of thousands of pounds,all paid for by the Chilean and British taxpayers. Talking of taxpayers,many Australians are getting a bit fed up with record breakers. A lot of people trying to break sailing or rowing records get into trouble in the seas around Australia,so the Australian navy has to send ships to save them. There have been a lot of difficult,time-consuming rescue missions in recent years costing the Australian government millions of dollars. I suppose we can?t just leave them to drown, personally, think we but I should give the bill to the people who are rescued. Perhaps they would think twice about doing it if they had to pay for expensive insurance premiums(保费).Then 1 wouldn?t have to read about them in the newspapers either. 50.The writer invents the newspaper headline in Paragraphs 1&2 to _________. A. persuade readers of a new theory B. remind readers of an important event C. get readers interested in the topic D. entertain readers with his humor 51. By saying “It?s become a popular tourist trip”, the writer actually wants to express that___________. A. it's impossible to climb up Mountain Everest without help B. Mount Everest is now covered with a lot of rubbish C. climbing Mount Everest has already lost its true meaning D. people without experience may get in trouble or even danger 52.Which of the following is the reason why many Australians dislike the record breakers? A. They have to pay for the costs of rescuing the record breakers. B. A great number of people try to break records in the seas around Australia. C. The Australian navy was not something intended for rescue work. D. The record breakers should pay for their insurance premiums themselves. 53.The writer?s purpose of writing this article is to______________. A. explain the reasons why modern people prefer to adventure B. criticize the newspaper headlines that get readers shocked C. complain about all the high taxes people have to pay D. question the necessity of what record breakers are doing 54.Which of the following is the best title of the passage? A. It?s A11 Been Done Before B. Adventures Around the World C. What?s Record Breakers? Life Like D. Rescue Costs and Insurance D With one smooth motion Quentin took the football from the quarterback,held the football tightly under his arm, headed for the goal line. When he was less than ten yards away, player from the opposing team rushed and a toward him,hoping to prevent him from scoring. But Quentin did his trademark “Quentin quick—change” and sidestepped the opponent?s open arms. The crowd cheered as Quentin crossed the goal line and held the football high up. In the locker room after the game,the crowd?s cheers were still in Quentin?s ears。taking him back to that victorious moment. “Nice run,Quentin,”Coach Calzi said,patting him on the back. “It was nothing, Coach,”Quentin replied. “I could do it without even trying.”

The coach looked at Quentin thoughtfully for a moment and then walked away without saying anything more. One month after the season ended,Coach Calzi called the team together to begin postseason training. The team members didn?t complain because they knew that conditioning was the main reason their team enjoyed winning seasons year after year. The coach first described the exercises he wanted everyone to do every day. Then he gave specific instructions to each player that would help overcome areas of particular weakness. Quentin knew that he was in excellent physical shape, he expected that his exercises would be relatively easy. so He was totally unprepared for what the coach said next. “Quentin,”said Coach Calzi,“1 want you to join the debate team.” “Join the debate team?” Quentin questioned. “I can?t spend all winter arguing different sides of an issue. Besides,I want to be a professional football player,not a lawyer. Right now I?m the best halfback on the team. I need to stay in shape!” “Yes,you are the best,Quentin,”Coach Calzi agreed. “In fact,you?re the best player this school has seen in many years. But even the best players can learn to be better. I think you will learn some valuable things about playing football by being on the debate team.” Quentin was still thinking about his assignment when he went to the debate team meeting the following Monday. “Hi,Quentin,”Rick called out. “We?re glad you?re joining us. Our debate topic is whether college athletes should have to maintain a C average in order to play. I'll bet you can give us some valuable wisdom.?? “Hey,this might be easy after all,”Quentin thought. But it wasn?t. As the team worked on its debate,Quentin found that his opinion wasn?t what mattered. The team needed facts to back up its position,so the members spent hours in the library researching and developing their arguments. When the other team presented its position, Quentin?s team needed to listen carefully, identify any weaknesses, then argue against the other team?s stand and in a convincing manner. He noticed the way team members worked together to help each other to victory. They shared information,built each other's confidence,and developed a strategy for responding to their opponents. ??This is like playing football.” Quentin realized one day. “It?s like preparing for a big game.?? By the end of the semester,Quentin had made a lot of progress. He had become a seasoned debater and had helped his team advance to the championship tournament. During the finals Coach Calzi was in the audience. The opposing team had been quite persuasive in presenting their position. When it was Quentin?s turn, was ready to he present the response his team had prepared. But suddenly he thought of a more effective way to argue against their opponents. Quickly he whispered his idea to his debate partner. His new argument caught the other team off guard,and they were unable to respond effectively. It was like the “Quentin quick—change” of the football field. His alertness and reactive strategy helped his debate team win the championship. After the debate Coach Calzi congratulated Quentin. “You were fight,Coach,”Quentin said as they shook hands. “Debating has taught me a lot about playing football.1 will never assume I'm so good that I don?t need to try. When I try out for football next year,1 won?t be just physically tough;I'll be mentally tough as well!” “Good for you,Quentin,”Coach Calzi replied. “I knew you could be better than ?the best.?” 55.Which of these is the best summary of the passage7 . A. Quentin does not understand why his football coach wants him to join the debate team,so he reminds the coach that he wants to be a professional football player and that he needs to stay in shape. B. Quentin is the best halfback on the football team because he has a special talent for doing an unexpected side step to avoid being attacked by his opponents. C. Quentin learns that debating requires hours of researching topics,developing arguments,and listening carefully to identify weaknesses in the other team?s arguments. D. Quentin, the football team?s best halfback,is told by his coach to join the debate team,where he learns the similarity between debate and football and helps the debate team win the championship. 56.The underlined words “his assignment?? in the passage most probably refer to____________.

A. his winning season B. his physical exercises C. his task to learn from the debate team D. his topic for the debate team 57.Which activities in football would be most like researching and developing arguments in debate? A. Playing fair and winning. B. Looking for and electing a captain. C. Exercising and practicing plays. D. Losing and being a good sport. 58.Coach Calzi can best be described as——————————. A. wise B. sympathetic C. alarming D. optimistic 59.Which of these events happened first? A. Quentin?s team won the debate championship. B. Coach Calzi congratulated Quentin on his scoring run. C. Quentin went to the debate team meeting. D. Coach Calzi gave instructions for postseason training. 60.What message is conveyed in the story? A. Each coin has two sides. B. The opproaches are different,but results are excellent. C. Two heads are better than one. D. Well begun is half done. 第二节:下面的文章是一家旅行社的宣传单,其中有 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. No Smoking Comfort B. Speeial Features C. Your Questions Answered D. We?re Proud of Our Tradition E. Time to Leave F. Seat Reservation SPRI.NG IS IN THE AIR! Welcome to our Spring Daybreak programme which continues the tradition of offering daytrips and tours at unbeatable value for money. All the excursions in this brochure will be operated by Premier Travel Services Limited or Millers Coaches:both companies are part of the CHL Group, which owns Cambridge?S Cambus fleet. 高三英试· 10 页(共 12 页) 第 61. ____________________ Premier was established in 1936;the Company now offers the highest standards of coach travel in today?s competitive operating environment. Millers has an enviable reputation stretching back over the past 20 years, offering value for money coach services at realistic prices. We?ve travelled a long way since our early days of pre—war seaside trips. Now our fleet of 50 modem coaches f few are more than five years old)operate throughout Britain and Europe but we?re pleased to maintain the high standards of quality and service that were the trademark of our founders nearly sixty years ago. 62.____________________ All Daybreak fares(unless specifically stated otherwise)include admission charges to the attractions,shows and exhibits we visit. Many full day scenic tours are accompanied by a fully trained English Tourist Board? Blue Badge? guide or local experienced driver/guide. Some Daybreaks include lunch or afternoon tea. Compare our admission inclusive fares and see how much you save. The cheapest is not necessarily the best and value for money is guaranteed with Daybreaks. If you compare our bargain Daybreak fares beware—most of our competitors do not offer an all inclusive fare. 63. ____________________ We value the freedom of choice,so you can choose your seat when you book. The seat reservation is guaranteed and remains yours at all times when aboard the coach. 64._____________________

With the comfort of our passengers in mind,coaches on all our Daybreaks are no smoking throughout. In the interests of fellow passengers? comfort, we kindly ask that smokers observe our ?no smoking? policy. On scenic tours and longer journeys,ample refreshment stops are provided when. of course,smoking is permitted. 65.______________________ Do I need to book? Booking in advance is strongly recommended as all Daybreak tours are subject to demand. Subject to availability,stand—by tickets can be purchased from the driver. What time does the coach leave? The coach departs from Cambridge Drummer Street(Bay 12)at the time shown. There are many additional joining points indicated by departure codes in the brochure. If you are joining at one of our less popular joining points,you will be advised of your pick up time(normally by telephone) not less than 48 hours before departure. In this way, can minimise the length of pick-up routes and reduce journey times for the majority of passengers. we What time do we get back? An approximate return time is shown for each excursion. The times shown serve as a guide, road conditions but can sometimes cause delay. If your arrival will be later than advertised. your driver will try to allow for a telephone call during the return journey.

非选择题部分(共 40 分)
第三部分写作(共两节,满分 40 分) 第一节:短文改错(满分 10 分) 下面文中共有 10 处语言错误,要求你在错误的地方增加、删除或修改某个单词。 增加:在缺词处加一个漏词符号(∧),并在该句下面写出该加的词。 删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。 修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。 注意:1.每处错误及其修改均仅限~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 your invitation to spend ∧ weekend with you. Luckily I was the am completely free then, so I?ll to say “yes”. I?ll arrive in Bristol at around 8 pm in Friday evening. on Dear Gary, I?m really sorry about my using the mobile phone in your lecture the last week.Please receive my apology for being such rude a student. But I didn?t use the mobile phone for any reason. I was trying to find a part-time job last week and that day,I got a job offer and they need my further informations immediately. However,I had no other choice but try sending them a text message in class. I promise it will ever happen again. But I do need my phone back to get in touch with others. Will you be kindly enough to give it back to me? Thank vou. Tom 第二节:书面表达(满分 30 分) 你校正在进行“英语读书周”活动,该活动要求学生摘录名言佳句(quote)并相互交流。以下是某同学摘 录的句子:“Honesty is the best policy.”。请按下列要求用英语写一篇 100—120 个词的短文: 1.针对摘录句中的观点谈谈你的看法; 2.举例说明理由 注意:短文的开头已给出(不计词数)

In the English Reading Week, one of my classmates recommended a quote to us which goes like this: “Honesty is the best policy.”

2013 年杭州市第一次高考科目教学质量检测 英语参考答案及评分标准 (客观题部分)

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) 1—5 DAACD 6—10 BACDB 11—15 CBBCD 16—20 DBACB

第二节:完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 21—25 BDAAC 26—30 DCBCA 31—35 BBDAD 36—40 CADBC

第二部分:阅读理解(共两节。第一节 20 小题,第二节 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 50 分) 第一节: 41—45 DADDB 第二节: 61—65 DBFAC 46—49 CABD 50—54 CCADA 55—60 DCCABB


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