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浙大附中 2015 年高考全真模拟试卷
选择题（共 80 分）
第一部分：英语知识运用 第一节：单项填空（共 20 小题；每小题 0.5 分，满分 10 分） 从题目所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 1. — What do yo
u want to do next? We have half an hour until the basketball game. — ______. Whatever you want to do is fine with me. A.It just depends B. It’s up to you C. All right D. Glad to hear that.
2. Scientists say it may be five or six years _____ it is possible to test this medicine on human patients. A. since B. after C. before D. when
3. The best method to ______ this goal is to unite as many people as possible. A. undertake B.conduct C. perform D. accomplish
4. Why! I have nothing to confess. ______ you want me to say? A.What is it that C. How is it that B.What it is that D.How it is that
5. You may______remember some idioms in the texts but you couldn’t ______ remember all the words in them. A.probably; possibly C.probably; likely B. possibly; likely D. likely; possibly
6. We agreed to accepted ______ they thought was the best tourist guide. A. whatever B. anyone C. whichever D. whoever
7. If you live in the country or have ever visited there, ______ are that you have heard birds singing to welcome the new day. A. situations B. facts C. possibilities D. chances
8. — Why was our foreign teacher unhappy yesterday? — News about the tsunami striking her country ______ an attack of homesickness. A. set for B. set out C. set about D. set off
9. —You didn’t invite Mary to the ball? —___ her, too? A. Must I invite B. Would I have invited
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C. Must I have invited
D. Should I have invited
10. The factory produced many famous cars, none of ____ shipped to foreign countries. A. that B. what C. which D. them
11. By the time I saw the angry expression on his face, I ______ exactly what I was having to face. But not for a moment ______ I should quit. A. had known; I thought C. would know; I would think A. put up with C. come up with A. to live A. take on B. from living B. dress up B. have known; had I thought D. knew; did I think B. keep up with D. get on with C. living C. put on D. live D. get into
12. Julie is one of those women who always _____ the latest fashion.
13. The pollution is getting worse and worse; we must stop pollution ______ a better life. 14. Some kinds of animals can ______ the color of their surroundings. 15. I wonder what it feels like to be one of ______ really rich. The Browns already have Rolls Royce and now they are buying ______ third. A. the; the B. /; a C. the; a D. /; the 16. ----Shall we go and help them with their work? ----We’d better not. They said we’d just be ______ if we tried to help. A. in a way ---______ the exam. A. Because she didn’t pass C. She didn’t pass A. may have A. in this case China. A. sweeping B. striking C. appplying D. experiencing 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。 Vision is the art of seeing what is invisible to others. -- Jonathan Swift I walked into a wild third-grade classroom. Music was playing _21_, children were under tables B. must have had B. in which occasion B. Her not passing D. Because of her not passing C. could have D. might have had B. by the way C. on the way D. in the way 17. ---What do you think made her mother so angry?
18. Had they known what was coming next, they _____ second thoughts. 19. She lost her temper, ______ I decided to go back home. C. at which point D. in the event 20. Korean culture is really popular right now. The Korean Wave is ______ Asian countries including
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applying make-up, kids were throwing a football indoors, and students were _22_ wherever they could find _23_. I was a mid-year _24_. The previous _25_ said he could no longer manage these children and _26_ without notice during the holiday break. As soon as I walked in the room, I realized why he _27_. I sat down _28_ in my chair and began reading their _29_ softly. After each name, I _30_, asking God to help me understand that child. I then nailed a _31_ to the wall next to the chalkboard and began _32_ my name and a reading assignment on the board. I then asked each child to come to me, and tell me their names and what they wanted to learn. It was a _33_ task, because only two children there wanted to learn something! Rules were _34_, boundaries established, parents contacted. But the mirror saved the day -- no, the year! Unbeknownst(不知的) to the children, the mirror allowed me to see their every _35_ while I was writing on the board. They soon became _36_ as to how I knew who was misbehaving while I was writing on the board. When one student finally asked me, I told him I had a special teacher’s eye in the back of my head that my hair _37_. At first they did not believe me. _38_ they did begin to exhibit better behavior, especially while I wrote on the board, thinking I had magical _39_. I never told them differently. Why _40_ a good thing? 21．A. softly 22．A. speaking 23．A. space 24．A. representative 25．A. teacher 26．A. retired 27．A. went 28．A. angrily 29．A. names 30．A. prepared 31．A. board 32．A. noting 33．A. difficult 34．A. dated 35．A. make 36．A. pleased 37．A. covered 38．A. So 39．A. view 40．A. mix up B. clearly B. laughing B. music B. replacement B. headmaster B. remained B. came B. restlessly B. faces B. prayed B. mirror B. copying B. different B. written B. move B. puzzled B. hooked B. However B. scene B. bring up C. loudly C. standing C. partner C. reference C. director C. resigned C. left C. indifferently C. figures C. protected C. cross C. writing C. distant C. worked C. matter C. known C. hung C. And C. eyes C. mess up D. peacefully D. dancing D. joke D. reward D. leader D. returned D. disappeared D. quietly D. minds D. preferred D. picture D. drawing D. direct D. set D. mind D. worried D. displayed D. But D. vision D. burn up
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第二部分 阅读理解（第一节 20 小题，第二节 5 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 50 分）第一节: 阅读下列 短文，从每题所给的四个选项（A.B.C.和 D）中，选出最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A Surprisingly, no one knows how many children receive education in English hospitals, still less the content or quality of that education. Proper records are just not kept. We know that more than 850,000 children go through hospital each year, and that every child of school age has a legal right to continue to receive education while in hospital. We also know there is only one hospital teacher to every 1,000 children in hospital. Little wonder the latest survey concludes that the extent and type of hospital teaching available differ a great deal across the country. It is found that half the hospitals in England which admit children have no teacher. A further quarter have only a part-time teacher. The special children’s hospitals in major cities do best; general hospitals in the country and holiday areas are worst off. From this survey, one can estimate that fewer than one in five children have some contact with a hospital teacher—and that contact may be as little as two hours a day. Most children interviewed were surprised to find a teacher in hospital at all. They had not been prepared for it by parents or their own school. If there was a teacher they were much more likely to read books and do math or number work; without a teacher they would only play games. Reasons for hospital teaching range from preventing a child falling behind and maintaining the habit of school to keeping a child occupied, and the latter is often all the teacher can do. The position and influence of many teachers was summed up when parents referred to them as ―the library lady‖ or just ―the helper‖. Children tend to rely on concerned school friends to keep in touch with school work. Several parents spoke of requests for work being ignored or refused by the school. Once back at school children rarely get extra teaching, and are told to catch up as best as they can. Many short-stay child-patients catch up quickly. But schools do very little to ease the anxiety about falling behind expressed by many of the children interviewed. 41．Which of the following statements is true? A. Every child in hospital receives some teaching. B. Not enough is known about hospital teaching. C. Hospital teaching is of poor quality. D. The special children's hospitals are worst off. 42．It can be inferred from the latest survey that________. A. hospital teaching across the country is similar B. each hospital has at least one part-time teacher C. all hospitals surveyed offer education to children D. only one-fourth of the hospitals have a full-time teacher 43．Hospital teachers are found________.
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A. not welcomed by the children and their parents C. not welcomed by the hospitals A. hospital teachers B. schoolmates C. parents
B. necessary D. capable D. school teachers
44．In order to catch up with their school work, children in hospital usually turn to________. 45．We can conclude from the passage that the author is________. A. unfavorable towards children receiving education in hospitals B. in favor of the present state of teaching in hospitals C. unsatisfied with the present state of hospital teaching D. satisfied with the results of the latest survey B The regular use of text messages and e-mails can lower the IQ more than twice as much as smoking marijuana (大麻). That is the statement of researchers who have found that tapping away on a mobile phone or computer keypad or checking for electronic messages temporarily knocks up to 10 points off the user’s IQ. This rate of decline in intelligence compares unfavorably with the four-point drop in IQ associated with smoking marijuana, according to British researchers, who have described the phenomenon of improved stupidity as ―infomania‖. The research conducted by Hewlett Packard, the technology company, has concluded that it is mainly a problem for adult workers, especially men. It is concluded that too much use of modern technology can damage a person’s mind. It can cause a constant distraction of ―always on‖ technology when employees should be concentrating on what they are paid to do. Infomania means that they lose concentration as their minds remain fixed in an almost permanent state of readiness to react to technology instead of focusing on the task in hand. The report also added that, in a long term, the brain will be considerably shaped by what we do to it and by the experience of daily life. At a microcellular level, the complex networks of nerve cells that make up parts of the brain actually change in response to certain experiences. Too much use of modern technology can be damaging not only to a person’s mind, but to their social relationship. 1100 adults were interviewed during the research. More than 62 per cent of them admitted that they were addicted to checking their e-mails and text messages so often that they scrutinized work-related ones even when at home or on holiday. Half said that they always responded immediately to an email and will even interrupt a meeting to do so. It is concluded that infomania is increasing stress and anxiety and affecting one’s characteristics. Nine out of ten thought that colleagues who answered e-mails or messages during a face-to-face meeting were extremely rude. The effects on IQ were studied by Dr Glenn Wilson, a psychologist at University of London. ―This is a very real and widespread phenomenon,‖ he said. ―We have found that infomania will damage a worker’s
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performance by reducing their mental sharpness and changing their social life. Companies should encourage a more balanced and appropriate way of working.‖ 46．We can learn from the passage that ―infomania‖ ______. A. has a positive influence on one’s IQ B. results in the change of part of the brain C. lies in the problem of lack of concentration D. is caused by too much use of modern technology 47．The research mentioned in the passage is most probably about ______. A. the important function of advanced technology B. the damage to one’s brain done by unhealthy habits C. the relevance between IQ and use of modern technology D. the relationship between intelligence and working effectiveness 48．The underlined word ―scrutinized‖ probably means ―______‖. A. examined carefully C. corrected quickly 49．What is the main idea of this passage? A. The regular use of text messages and e-mails can be compared to smoking marijuana. B. The regular use of text messages and e-mails can harm your IQ. C. Modern technology can damage a person’s mind. D. Electronic messages have side effects on the user ’s life. B. copied patiently D. admitted freely
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C ―My work is done.‖ Those words were some of the last penned by George Eastman. He included them in his suicide note. They mark an ignoble end to a noble life, the leave taking of a truly great man. The same words could now be said for the company he left behind. Actually, the Eastman Kodak Company is through. It has been mismanaged financially, technologically and competitively. For 20 years, its leaders have foolishly spent down the patrimony of a century’s prosperity. One of America’s bedrock brands is about to disappear, the Kodak moment has passed. But George Eastman is not how he died, and the Eastman Kodak Company is not how it is being killed. Though the ends be needless and premature, they must not be allowed to overshadow the greatness that came before. Few companies have done so much good for so many people, or defined and lifted so profoundly the spirit of a nation and perhaps the world. It is impossible to understand the 20th Century without recognizing the role of the Eastman Kodak Company. Kodak served mankind through entertainment, science, national defense and the stockpiling of family memories. Kodak took us to the top of Mount Suribachi and to the Sea of Tranquility. It introduced us to the merry old Land of Oz and to stars from Charlie Chaplin to John Wayne, and Elizabeth Taylor to Tom Hanks. It showed us the shot that killed President Kennedy, and his brother bleeding out on a kitchen floor, and a fallen Martin Luther King Jr. on the hard balcony of a Memphis motel. When that sailor kissed the nurse, and when the spy planes saw missiles in Cuba, Kodak was the eyes of a nation. From the deck of the Missouri to the grandeur of Monument Valley, Kodak took us there. Virtually every significant image of the 20th Century is a gift to posterity（繁荣） from the Eastman Kodak Company. In an era of easy digital photography, when we can take a picture of anything at any time, we cannot imagine what life was like before George Eastman brought photography to people. Yes, there were photographers, and for relatively large sums of money they would take stilted（不自然的） pictures in studios and formal settings. But most people couldn’t afford photographs, and so all they had to remember distant loved ones, or earlier times of their lives, was memory. Children could not know what their parents had looked like as young people, grandparents far away might never learn what their grandchildren looked like. Eastman Kodak allowed memory to move from the uncertainty of recollection, to the permanence of a photograph. But it wasn’t just people whose features were savable; it was events, the sacred and precious times that families cherish. The Kodak moment, was humanity’s moment. And it wasn’t just people whose features were savable; it was events, the precious times that families cherish. Kodak let the fleeting moments of birthdays and weddings, picnics and parties, be preserved and saved. It allowed for the creation of the most egalitarian art form. Lovers could take one another’s pictures, children were photographed walking out the door on the first day of school, the person releasing the shutter decided what was worth recording, and hundreds of millions of such decisions were made. And for centuries to come, those long dead will smile and dance and communicate to their unborn progeny（子孙）. Family
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history will be not only names on paper, but smiles on faces. The cash flow not just provided thousands of people with job, but also allowed the company’s founder to engage in some of the most generous charity in America’s history. Not just in Kodak’s home city of Rochester, New York, but in Tuskegee and London, and at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He bankrolled（资助） two historically black colleges, fixed the teeth of Europe’s poor, and quietly did good wherever he could. While doing good, Kodak did very well. Over all the years, all the Kodakers over all the years are essential parts of that monumental legacy. They prospered a great company, but they – with that company – blessed the world. That is what we should remember about the Eastman Kodak Company. Like its founder, we should remember how it lived, not how it died. History will forget the small men who have scuttled this company. But history will never forget Kodak. 50. According to the passage, which of the following is to blame for the fall of Kodak? A. The invention of easy digital photography B. The poor management of the company C. The early death of George Eastman D. The quick rise of its business competitors 51. It can be learnt from the passage that George Eastman A. died a natural death of old age. B. happened to be on the spot when President Kennedy was shot dead. C. set up his company in the capital of the US before setting up its branches all over the world. D. was not only interested in commercial profits, but also in the improvement of other people’s lives. 52．Before George Eastman brought photography to people, A. no photos has ever been taken of people or events B. photos were very expensive and mostly taken indoors C. painting was the only way for people to keep a record of their ancestors. D. grandparents never knew what their grandchildren looked like. 53．The person releasing the shutter (Paragraph 5) was the one A. who took the photograph B. who wanted to have a photo taken C. whose decisions shaped the Eastman Kodak Company D. whose smiles could long be seen by their children 54．What is the writer’s attitude towards the Eastman Kodak Company? A. Disapproving B. Respectful C. Regretful D.Critical 55．Which do you think is the best title for the passage? A. Great Contributions of Kodak C. Kodak Is Dead B. Unforgettable moments of Kodak D. History of Eastman Kodak Company . . .
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D Across the planet there are millions of people who engage in some type of meditation, the practice of concentrating and clearing the mind to bring the body into a state of peace, at least a semi-regular basis. For some, particularly among practitioners of Eastern religions such as Buddhism and Hinduism, this is part and parcel of their religious practice. For others, particularly in Western cultures, meditation tends to be a response to stress. With the world economy approaching meltdown and people worried about their job or their ability to keep their home, it’s a way for people to attain a state of peace of mind and well-being. For those interested in taking up the practice, instruction in meditation for beginners can be found in literally thousands of sources. One of the most popular styles of mediation in the West, with classes offered in most major cities, is called Transcendental Meditation. TM, as it is known among its practitioners, first came to worldwide attention when the Beatles began practicing it in 1967. For direct, guided, personal instruction in meditation for the beginner, TM may be the hallmark. Part of the confusion about how to practice meditation effectively is due to the fact that there are literally hundreds of techniques championed by various groups and individuals. As a general principle, it might be said that all meditation techniques seek to have the practitioner attain a state of consciousness that is different to our ordinary state of awareness. They attempt to train people to clear their minds and achieve a sense of inner peace. It sounds simple enough, but of the huge number of people experiment with meditation, very few are able to maintain its practice over the long haul. In most cases, this is due to frustration over the inability to experience any dramatic, instantly recognizable effects. This is quite a sad state of affairs, that so few these days are willing or equipped to persist in something that doesn’t provide immediate life-changing results. It reflects a culture in which demands for discipline and sustained effort are considered unnecessary or even unfair. It is no surprise therefore that many people abandon their efforts at meditation before they have a chance to bear fruit. But for anyone who does decide to take up this worthwhile practice, please remember: You must clear your mind, relax and ―take it as it comes‖. Maintain the practice with a sense of discipline and devotion, and eventually benefits of inner peace and calm will be yours. 56．The underlined part ―part and parcel of‖ in paragraph 1 is nearest in meaning to ________. A. closely associated with C. usually sent from 57．The goal of meditation is ________. A. to clear the mind C. to develop a technique A. It has two main types. B. to practice a religion D. to carry out an experiment B. very different to D. an important element of
58．What can we infer about meditation from the passage?
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B. It is practiced by many famous artists. C. Its benefits are not immediately obvious. D. Most people find it a very good way to relax. 59． According to the writer, what has attracted many Western people to meditation practices in recent years? A. Their improved understanding of foreign culture. B. The need to fill in their growing free time. C. Increasing employment instability. D. Migration from countries in which meditation is traditional. 60．Who is the probable audience for this article? A. Experienced meditation practitioners. B. People interested in starting to learn meditation. C. Buddhists and Hindus. D. People who are very religious. 第二节：根据短文内容，从下框的 A～F 选项中选出能概括每一段主题的最佳选项，并在答题卡上将 该选项涂黑。选项中有一项为多余项。 A. Be well-organised. B. Close with a Q & A. C. Don’t be contradictory. D. Bring it to a specific end. E. Speak slowly and pause. F. Drop unnecessary words Speaking to a group can be difficult, but listening to a bad speech is truly a tiresome task—especially when the speaker is confusing. Don’t want to confuse your audience? Follow these suggestions: 61. ______ When it comes to understanding new information, the human brain needs a little time. First, we hear the words; then, we compare the new information to what we already know. If the two are different, we need to pause and think. But a breathless speaker never stops to let us think about what he or she is saying and risks confusing us. Slow it. 62. ______ Sometimes we all start a sentence one way and then switch directions, which is very difficult to follow. When you confuse your listeners with opposing information, you leave the audience wondering what part of the information is right and what part they should remember. Instead of relying and keeping correcting yourself, work to get the facts clear and straight. 63. ______
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Jumping from point to point as it comes to your mind puts the onus (责任） on your listeners to make up for your lack of organisation. And it’s confusing for them to listen, reorganise, and figure out what you’re saying all at once. But going smoothly from one point to the next helps them understand information more easily. You can arrange things from beginning to end, small to large, top to bottom or by some other order. Just be sure to organise. 64. ______ Repeated use of um, ah, like, you know and some other useless noises can drive an audience crazy. It makes the speaker sound uncertain and unprepared, and it can leave listeners so annoyed that they can’t pay attention. Recently I attended a speech that was marked by so many ums that audience members were rolling their eyes. Was anybody grasping the intended message? Um, probably not. 65. ______ Many speakers finish up their speeches with question-and-answer (Q & A) sessions, but some let the Q & A go on without a clear end. The audience is often left confused about whether the meeting is over and when they can get up and leave. Do your listeners a favour by setting a time limit on questions, and close your speech with a specific signal—even if it’s something simple like, ―If you have any more questions, you know where to reach me.‖ Or even more to the point, conclude your speech with ―Thanks for your time. ‖
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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） 增加：在缺词处加一个漏字符号（∧） ，并在其下面写出该加的词。 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一词； 2．只允许修改 10 处，多者（从第 11 处起）不计分 I couldn’t believe my ears when I heard my name calling. I was chosen to play the leading role in the play，that was my dream. As a shy and thin girl，I used to be quite afraid of speaking in the public. But my parents and teachers always encourage me to do so. Now I have changed great. In class，I am often the first one to stand up and answer questions even if I may take some mistakes. No pains，no gains. Now I am always brave enough overcome the difficulty in my heart and have changed in a lively girl. So my experience shows that we should not be afraid of losing face but only in this way can we make progresses. 第二节：书面表达（满分 30 分） 学校计划举行英语作文竞赛，主题为“We Need Advice from Older Generations” 。请根据以下要
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求写一篇 100-120 词的作文： 你遇到了困难或问题，不知该怎么办。你去请教一位长辈，后来问题得到了解决。要求写清楚 下面三点： 1． 当时面临的困难或问题是什么？ 2． 你获得的指教是什么？ 3． 结果如何？ 注意：不能在作文中出现所在学校的校名和本人姓名。 ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________
一、单项填空： 1---5 BCDAA 6---10 DDDDD 1---15 DBAAC 16---20 DBDCA
二、完型填空 21-25 CDABA 26-30 CCDAB 31-35 BCADB 36-40 BADDC 三、阅读理解 41-45 BDBBC 46-49 DCAB 50-55 BDBABC 56-60 DACCB 61-65 ECAFD 四、短文该错 1. calling - called 2. that – which 3. in public 4.encourage – encouraged 5.great – greatly 6. take – make 7. to overcome 8 in – into 9. but- and 10. progresses – progress
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五、书面表达 One year ago, I was in great trouble. I worked hard at English and devoted all my spare time to practising English. But I failed to pass the mid-term examination. I felt very disappointed. So I asked my grandpa for advice when I went home. Hearing what I told him, he said examination resulted more or less on a fortuitous phenomenon. We can’t judge our improvement only by one examination. He encouraged me to stick to working hard for a long time to check my results. I took my grandpa’s advice and have been doing it as he told me to since then. Now my English is much better than before. From my experience, I feel that we need advice from older generation.
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