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浙江省宁波市 2014 届高三十校联考

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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 1 0 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.—Hello! This is CGV b

ox office. —Hello! I'd like to book two tickets for tonight's 3D movie. — . A.Of course, please B.At your service C.My pleasure D.A moment, please 2.The heart is a(n) organ, It is of absolute importance to our body and life. A.vital B. energetic C. living D. lively 3.It was playing video games that took the boy too much time that he have spent learning. A.could B. must C. might D. ought to 4.Before we end this program, let's take a at the sports news briefly. A.glare B. glance ' C. stare D. watch 5.This weekend we'll pay a visit to a museum, next to is a nice restaurant where we can have Italian food. A.that B.this C.it D.which 6.With high technology introduced, the average output of the factory is increasing. A.faithfully B.costly C.steadily D.stately 7.The new technology, if to rice growing, will help increase the grain output. A.applying B.applied C.to apply D . having applied 8.The experts present at the conference all insisted that greenhouse gas emission be reduced from now on. A.must B.will C./ D.can 9.The green-hand cook the soup by putting in too much salt accidentally. A. spoiled B.damaged C. injured D. harmed 10.Although our former neighbor here for years, we seldom met with each other. A. lived B. has lived C. was living D. had lived . 11 . All the cloned animals have so far suffered from some serious disorders, many of dying soon after birth. A.that B.whom C.which D.them . 12.Up to now, no one has come Lip with a(n) explanation of why dinosaurs died out, an.d it remains a mystery. A.astonishing B.amusing C.convincing D.puzzling
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13.The black baby boy is at the stage he can only say a few simple words but not yet full sentences. A. when B. where C. which D.why 14.In such a background, his white hair was particularly his dark skin. A.in relation to B.in need of C.in contrast to D.in favor of 15.This is challenging job I mentioned to you the other day. Have you had anyone in mind for it now? A. a, the B. the;/ C. the, the D. a:/ 16.Tom told us all that he said so at.the meeting was really true. A. that B. all C. what D. which 17.After cl 函 1bing the hills in the natural park for hours, my legs _ under me and I failed to keep pace with others. A.gave out B. gave up C. gave in D. gave away 18.—You look tired, Jack. What's wrong with you? —Oh, 1 worked quite late last night. Nothing wrong with me, . A. although B. though C. yet D. still 19.The couple is considering a 3D TV set for their new flat, which is widely considered to be in fashion. A.to buy B.buy C. buying D.to be bought 20.—Wright, I really appreciate your neat handwriting. — . A. Oh, I practice every day B.Well, it's not good enough C. No, I don't write well D.Oh, thank you very much 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。 There was a little boy visiting his grandparents on their farm. And he was given a slingshot (S 单弓)to play with out in the woods.He _ 21 in the woods, 22 he could never hit the 23 .And getting a little discouraged, he headed back to dinner. As he was walking back he saw Grandma's pet duck. Just out of impulse (冲动), he let fly, hit the duck square in the head, and killed it. He was shocked and felt very sorry.In a panic, he hid the 24 duck in the wood pile, only to see his sister 25 .Sally had seen it all, but she said nothing. After lunch that day grandma said, “Sally, let’s wash the dishes.” But Sally said, “Grandma, Johnny told me he wanted to help in the 26 today, didn't you, Johnny?" And then she whispered to him, “Remember, the duck?" So Johnny 27 the dishes. Later Grandpa asked if the children wanted to go fishing, and 28 said, " I’m sorry but I need Sally to help make 29 ." But Sally 30 and said, “Well, that's all right because Johnny told me he wanted to help," and she whispered 31 ,“Remember, the duck?" So Sally went fishing and Johnny 32 . After several days of Johnny doing 33 his various small tasks and Sally's, he 34 .couldn't stand it any longer.He came to Grandma and 35 that he killed the duck.She bent down, gave him a 36 , and said, “Sweetheart, 37 . You see, I was s tanding at the window and I saw the 38 thing. But because I love you, I forgave you. But I was just

wondering how 39 you would let Sally make a slave 40 you." 21.A.walked B.played C.practiced D.aimed 22.A.or B.and C.so D.but 23.A.bird B.target C.duck D.woods 24.A.dead B.square C.dying D.living 25.A.surveying B.noticing C.observing D.watching 26.A.toilet B.kitchen C.living-room D.fields 27.A.watched B.dropped C.did D.made 28.A.Grandma B.Grandpa C.Johnny D.Sally 29.A.cook B.lunch C.supper D.breakfast 30.A.laughed B.smiled C.cried D.wept 31.A.again B.only C.twice D.loudly 32.A.followed B.stayed C.remembered D.boated 33.A. all B.either C.neither D.both 34.A.secondly B.firstly C.finally D.thirdly 35.A.lied B.denied C.admitted D.spoke 36.A. beat B.pet C.surprise D.hug 37.A.I know B.you know C.he knows D.she knows 38.A.other B.whole C.funny D.dull 39.A./ B.much C.many D.long 40.A.of B.for C.from D.into 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:阅读下列材料,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项,并 在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。 A A letter of reply is sometimes a most treasured thing. Here is a story that tells about this common and natural human sentiment. The busiest woman in Labrador during one bitter cold Christmas not very long ago, was an Australian nurse by the naI11e of Kate Austen . But Nurse Austen was not too busy to acknowledge with a long, friendly letter every gift of food or clothing received for distribution to the natives in that cold and poor district of the north. Among the gifts was a box of knittings for children, knitted(编织)and sent by a woman in Toronto. Nurse Austen was busy, exhausted and not feeling too well that winter.She could have written just ordinary routine notes of acknowledgement.But that was not her way.She sat down and wrote the woman in Toronto a real letter telling all about the village, and the names of the children who were wearing the knitted gloves and caps, and what they said -when they got them, and how they looked when they wore them.She wanted the woman who had knitted and sent all those lovely knittings "to see how much happiness and warmth she had created." Not long after, she received the following answer from Canada. Dear Miss Austen: Your letter made me happy. I did not expect such a full return. I am eighty years old, and I am blind. There is little I can do except knit, and that is why I knit so many caps and sweaters and scarves.Of course I cannot write this, so my daughter-in-law is doing it for me.She also sewed the seams and made the buttonholes for the knitted things.

I know something of the work you are doing. At the age of nineteen I married a man who was going to China to be a missionary(传教士) . For forty years, with an occasional year at home in America, we Worked in China, a nd during that time our two sons and a daughter were born to us, of whom only one son survives.\After forty years, my husband's health began to fail. We returned to the States where he took charge of a settlement house in Brooklyn, New York. A surprising number of the problems we faced there were similar to the problems we had met in China. When my husband died, I came to Toronto to live with my son and daughter-in-law. They are very good to me, and I pride myself that I am little trouble to them, though it is hard for a blind old lady to be sure of anything. What I most want to say, my dear, is this. For sixty years I have been making up missionary packages of such clothing or food or medicine or books as I could collect. In various parts of the world and to various parts of the world I have sent them. Sometimes I have received a printed note of acknowledgement from the headquarters depot or mission board, sometimes nothing.Occasionally I :have been informed that my contribution was planned for Syria or Armenia or the upper Yangtze. But never before in all that time have l had a personal letter picturing the village and telling me who is wearing the clothing and what they said.I did not suppose that ever in my lifetime I should receive a letter like that. May God bless you. Sincerely yours, 41.The underlined word “sentiment”(in Paragraph l) most probably means“ ”? A. view point B. gentle feeling C. way of thinking D. expression of attitude 42 . The underlined sentence “But that was not her way” ( in Paragraph 3 ) implies that . A. she would not just write an ordinary letter of thanks B. she was too busy to write a note of acknowledgement C. she was not busy, exhaustec3 0r feeling too well that time D. she wrote a letter telling all about the village and the children 43.Why was Laura so happy when she received the letter from Miss Austen? Because . A. the letter was* from an Australian nurse B. she was already eighty years old and blind C. she h.ad never received a letter like that D. the letter was not supposed to reach her 44.Ms. Laura N. Russell is now living in . A. China B. Australia C.Canada D.the States 45.For decades, Ms. Laura has been to and sent contributions to people all over the world. A.Toronto and New York only B. Syria and Armenia once C.the upper Yangtze area alone D. many places of the world B Below is an entry taken from an English dictionary.

46. “Be careful not to scratch the furniture" most probably means “Be careful not to ”. A. remove any marks B. damage its surface C. make any noises D. change its position 47.The word "scratch" in "Some drawings had been scratched on the back of the door" has the same meaning as in“ ”. A.We scratched some of the dirt away B.The car's paintwork is badly scratched C.The dog; kept scratching at the door to go out. D.They scratched lines in the dir t to make marks 48.“She.had scratched because of a knee injury" might imply that “She couldn't .
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A. take part in a race B. cancel a prepared activity' C.make a living af6ne D. make enough money 49 . When the French girl says "I learned German from scratch iii six months she means she . A.had previously well prepared B.was unsatisfied with her German C.knew no German before that D.found few materials available C Imagine you’re in a dark room, running your fingers over a smooth surface in search of a single dot the size of this pe riod, How high do you think the dot must be for your finger to feel it? Scientists have determined that the human finger is so sensitive it can detect a surface bump - just one micron(l0 6m)"high. The human eye, by contrast, can't tell anything much smaller than100 microns.No wonder we rely on touch rather than eyesight when faced with a new roll of toilet paper. Biologically, touch is the mother of all sensory(感觉的) systems.It is an ancient sense in evolution: even the simplest single-celled living things can feel when something brushes up against them and will respond by moving closer or pulling away. It is the first sense aroused during a baby’s development and the last to weaken at life's peak. Patients in a deep coma (昏 迷)who seem otherwise lost to the world will show skin reaction when touched by a nurse. “Touch ,is so central to what we are that we almost cannot imagine ourselves without it,” said Chris Dijkerman . “It's 'not like eyesight, where you close your eyes and you don't see anything. You can't do that with touch.It's always there." Long ignored in favor of the sensory heavyweights of eyesight and hearing, the study of touch lately:: has been gaining new concern among scientists.They're exploring the effects of recently reported false touch impressions, of people being made to feel as though they had three arms, for example, with the hope of gaining the true understanding of how the mind works. Others are turning to touch for more practical purposes: to build better touch screen instruments and robot hands, a more well-rounded virtual life. 。“There's a fair amount of research into new ways of offloading information onto our sense of touch," said Lynette Jones. "To have your cell phone buzzing (making a low sound) as opposed to ringing turned out to have a lot of advantages in.some situations." Touch is our most active sense, our means of seizing the world and experiencing it 'first hand. Dr.Susan Lederman pointed out that while we can become aware of something by seeing or hear,ing7;-.from a distance and without really trying, if we want to learn about something by means of touch, we must make a move.We must rub the cloth, or pet the cat. Touching is a two-way street, and that's not true for seeing or hearing. If you have a soft object and you squeeze it, you change its shape. The physical world reacts back." Our hands are smart and can do many tasks automatically - button a shirt, fit a key in a lock, play the; piano for others.Dr.Lederman and her colleagues have shown that blindfolded subjects can easily recognize a wide range of common -objects placed. in their hands. But on some feeling tasks, touch is all thumbs (very clumsy) . When people are given a raised line drawing of a common object, they're puzzled. “If all we've got is outline information;" Dr. Lederman said,. “no weight, no texture, no temperature information, well, we're very, very bad with that." Touch also turns out to be easy to fool, Among the sensory tricks now being investigated is
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something called the Pinocchio illusion. Researchers have found that if they shake the band of the biceps(二头肌), many people report feeling that their forearm is getting 'longer, their hand floating ever further from their elbow(肘) . And if they are told to touch the forefinger of the shaken arm to the tip of their nose, they feel as though their nose was lengthening, too. 50.Which of the following statements is true acco rding to the passage? A. Our eyes are more sensitive than our fingers. B. Our fingers are more sensitive than our eyes. C. Our eyes are more sensitiv e than our ears. D. Our noses are less sensitive than our ears. 51.The sense that is firstly awaked during a child's development is the sense of . A. sight B. taste C. hearing D. touch 52.The underlined sentence “You can't do that with touch” here means “You can't ”. A. close your skin B. close your eyes ' C. touch anything D. see anything 53.Scientists are lately getting interested in the following except . A. living a well-rounded virtual life B. understanding how the mind works C. favoring eyesight and hearing D. building better 'touch screen objects 54.In the view of , movement is needed when we want to know something by touching. A. the author B. Chris Dijkerman C. Lynette Jones D. Susan Lederman D Oscar-winning actress Joan Fontaine, who rose to fame during Hollywood's golden age as the star of several Alfred Hitch.cock classics, died from natural causes at her home in Carmel, northern California on December 16, 2013 aged 96, US media reports said. Born in Japan to British parents, Fontaine moved in 1919 to California, where she and her elder sister -screen idol Olivia de Havilland-were to shape successful movie careers.Fontaine and de Havilland remain the only sisters to have won lead actress honours at the Academy Awards.Yet the two sisters also had an uneasy relationship, with Fontaine recording a bitter competition in her own account "No Bed of Roses ". Fontaine began her acting ca reer in her late teens with Largely less important roles on the stage and later in mostly B-movies in the 1930s. It was not before famous British film director Hitchcock spotted her a decade later that her career took off. Greatly surprised by her ex pressive looks, the suspense (悬念) master cast Fontaine in his first US film, a 1940 adaptation of the Daphne du Maurier novel "Rebecca". She received an Academy Award nomination(提名) for her performance as a troubled wife. A year later, Fontaine finally won the long-sought golden figure, for her role as leading lady in "Suspicion" opposite Cary Grant, becoming the first and only actress to earn the title for a Hitchock film. Although her sister, Olivia de Havilland, preceded her in gaining Hollywood fame, Fontaine was the first of the sisters to win an Oscar, beating Olivia's nomination as best actress in Mitchell Leisen's "Hold Back the Dawn". The dislike ,between the sisters was felt at the Oscars ceremony. "I froze.I stared across the table, where Olivia was sitting.'Get up there!' she whispered commandingly," Fontaine said."All the dislike we'd felt toward each other as children…all came rushing back in quickly changing pictures…I felt Olivia would spring across the table and seize me by the hair."

Olivia did not win her first Oscar until 1946, for her role as the lover of a World War I pilot in Leisen's " To Each His Own". Fontaine later made it kn own that her. sister had slighted her as she attempted to offer congratulations.“She to ok one look at me, ignored my hand, seized her Oscar and wheeled away,” she said. The sisters were also reportedly competitors in love . Howard Hughes, a strange businessman who dated the elder de Havilland for a time, offered marriage to Fontaine several times."I married first, won the Oscar before Olivia did, and if I die first, she'll undoubtedly be extremely angry because I beat her to it!" Fontaine once joked. As her film career fruited in the 1950s, Fontaine turned to television and dinner theatre, and also appeared in several Broadway productions, including the Lion in Winter". Anything but the ordinary lady, Fontaine was also a licensed pilot, a champion balloonist, an accomplished golfer, a licensed .decoration designer and a first-class cook. 55.When she moved to California, Joan Fontaine was years old. A. two B. twelve C. twenty D. twenty -two 56.Fontaine did not become successful or popular until the _ . A. 1930s B. 1940s C. 1950s D. 1960s 57.Fontaine won her Oscar for her role in the film of “ ”. A. Rebecca ' B. Suspicion C.To Each His Own D. Hold Back the Dawn 58.Which of the following statements is true according to the passage? A. Olivia preceded Fontaine in getting married. B. Olivia gamed Hollywood fame after Fontaine. C. Fontaine won an Oscar before her sister Olivia, D. Fontaine wanted to meet her death before Olivia. 59.The dislike between Fontaine and Olivia began when they . A.competed for an Oscar B.competed for a husband C.were small children D. were successful actresses 60.As can- be seen from the passage, Fontaine was a person who was . A. disliked by her family B. always a troubled wife C. able to do few jobs D. gifted in many ways 第二节:下面文章中有 5 个段落需要添加小标题(第 61-- 65 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.An apple a day keeps the doctor away. B.Taking a swim after eating will threat your life, C.Eating more carrots improves your health. D.Going out in the cold with wet hair causes sickness. E.Lightning never strikes the same place twice. F.More crime occurs during a full moon. Old Wives' Tales Proven Untrue We all grew up with sayings that were intended to frighten us into being good or convince us to eat better. Looking back, some of these childhood proverbs don’t even make much sense. (Ever hear the claim that swallowed gum stays in your stomach for seven years? Uh-huh, sure. ) However, there are quite a few out there that people still believe in.That's why we decided to

investigate some common old wives' tales to see how they hold up under scientific scrutiny.From the moon's affect on crimes to the true causes of colds, this list is sure to surprise even the most enlightened among you. 61. False: Countless kids were scared into thinking that if they went back in the water less than 60 minutes after eating, they would suddenly cramp up (the muscles get suddenly tightened) and drown. But according to MayoClinic. com, it's perfectly safe to swim after you eat a light meal or snack. The site does recommend taking a short break after eating a big meal, however, not because of cramping, but due to extreme lack of energy. As is known to us all, after eating, more of our blood goes to help the digestive system. 62. Partially True: This saying has been around since before the discovery of an apple's vital nutrients: Vitamin C and polyphenols. Regardless, the core of the matter is that while this fruit will help keep you well, it's not always enough to keep you out of the medical danger zone; When you're ill, your body r equires nutrients from all the different types of food in a well-balanced diet, including fruits, vegetables, yogurt, protein and, of course, chicken soup.Only one kind of specific fruit or food can not solve all the problems. 63. False: According to the National Weather Service, lightning can strike the same place numerous times, especially if it's a tall, pointed and isolated object. For example, the EmPire State Building, a skyscraper on Fifth Avenue, New York City, USA, which was for long the tallest building in the world, 'is hit an average of 25 times a year. That is the reason why it was once used as a lightning laboratory . Lightning often strikes more than three miles from the thunderstorm and laughs at two inches of rubber! 64. False: Neither wet nor dry hair significantly increases your chances of getting sick.WebM D.com says colds are solely caused when viruses are passed from one person to another, so you should be more concerned with how often you wash your hands, not your hair. A proper way to keep healthy is to develop good personal habits of life. Prevention is always the best cure, better than any drug and treatment. 65. False: Many interesting things are thought to increase during a full moon emergency room visits, accidents, ability to have babies, werewolves.Almost all these phenomena are attributed to the Lunar Effect, which tries to link unusual, unbelievable, or unacceptable behavior and the phases of the moon. However, according to myth-buster and syndicated columnist, Cecil Adams, there is no truth at all behind the theory. 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(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 下面短文中有 10 处语言错误。请在有错误的地方增加、删除或修改某个单词。 增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧) ,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,在该词下而写上修改后的词。 注意:1.每处错误及其修改均仅限一词;
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2.只允许修改 10 处,多者(人第 11 处起)不计分。

Dear the teachers and schoolmates, it's a great honor for me to be here today and share my experience of learning English with you. I want to learn English good to take good job, so I learn English in some difference ways. In class, I learn new words, useful expressions and grammar and take efforts to understand the texts under the help of our English teacher. After class, you do a lot of exercises prepare for the college entrance examination. I also read news and watch videos on the Internet and from other source. I have a lot of fun specially when learning English with cartoon movies.

第二节:书面表达(满分 30 分) 有消息称北京 2016 年高考英语考试总分将山 150 分降至 100 分, 其中听力 50 分; 实行 一年考两次的方式;学生可多次参考,并以最好成绩计入高考总分,成绩 3 年有效。人们对 此有不同的看法,例如:

请你就这件事发表白己的看法并说明理山。短文内容要求: 1、简略陈述事件; 2、表明自己的观点: 3、简要说明理由(可参考上表) 。 注意:词数 100~120。开头已给出,不计词数。 It is reported that the weighting of English in Beijing's College Entrance Examination will


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