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浙江省杭州市五校联盟2016届高三第二次诊断考试英语试卷 Word版含答案.doc


杭州市五校联盟 2016 届高三年级第二次诊断考试 英语试卷
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 和 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。www.ks*5u.co 1.– Sorry, but I must be off now. Better check everything again. – Ok. ________. A. It doesn’t matter B. Don’t mention it C. Catch you later D. Everything is fine

2.Some people think it ________ privilege to study abroad, but it doesn't make _______ sense if you go when you even cannot look after yourself. A. a; / B. a; the C. the; / D. the; a

3.Some schools, including us, will have to make ______ in agreement with the national soccer reform. A. attachments B. adjustments C. comments D. achievements

4.People are always coming in here borrowing my hammer, you know, to fix a cart wheel or ______. A. anything B. something C. everything D. nothing

5.When it comes to the majority of the latest technologies in the next 20 years, ________ has greater potential than the technology being developed in these young people’s company, ________ in my eyes will lead to a revolution. A. nothing; which B. none; where C. nothing; where D. none; which

6.How would you like ________ if you were watching your favorite TV program and someone came into the room and just shut it off without asking you? A. them B. one C. those D. it

7.Hard work and lack of sleep have _____ her beauty and youth in recent years. A. worn out B. tried out C. made out D. sent out

8. This software______ protect computers from being attacked by viruses and it took my brother a

long time to ______ how to start it. A. is intended for; come out C. is mean to; figure out B. intends to ; turn out D. is meant for; work out

9.I don’t want to walk any further. My legs________. A. give out. B. use up. C. wear out. D. give up

10.His eyes ________ on the PPT, Lee listened to the teacher ________. A. fixed; attentively C. fixing; interestingly B. have been fixed; carefully D. fixed; purposefully

11.She has already tried her best. Please don’t be too ________ about her job. After all, she is only 21 and ________ from college. A. picky; graduating C. special; has just graduated B. particular; has just graduated D. hard; just graduated

12.Sometimes I act as a listening ear for fellow students ___ what is bothering them. A. to talk over B. talked about C. talk about D. having talked over

13.An individual human existence should be like a river-small at first, narrowly contained within its banks, and_____ passionately past rocks and over waterfalls. A.to rush B.rushing C.rushed D.rush

14 . The conflict between economic development and environmental protection, if not appropriately _________, can cause disastrous consequences in daily life settings. A. being managed B. to manage C. managed D. managing

15.-Mary,how did your Math test go? -I had thought I _________,but in fact I came in the top 10 in my class. A. should have failed B. couldn’t have failed failed 16._____________ hard you try,it is difficult to lose weight without cutting down the amount you eat. A.Whichever B.Whatever C.However D.Whoever C. have failed D. shouldn’t have

17. In today’s competitive economy, ______ everyone is trying to do more with less, you’ve got to figure out a way to profit from the very beginning. A. which B. that C. how D. where

18.If a man is only interested in your looks, ______ just shows how shallow he is. A. as B. which C. what D. that

19.— Are you in favour of Tom’s suggestion_______ we work around the clock to meet the deadline? — No.But ______ Jimmy suggested to me sounds practical. A. which; what B. that; that C. which; that D. that; what

20.As a grassroots singer, she reads everything she can get hold of and catch every opportunity she meets up with so as to gain _____ progress. A. mild B. widespread C. steady D. Average

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,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出可以填入空白处 的最佳选项。 Reading and learning new words is about finding their meaning and use within a passage. The meaning of unknown words which you __21__ in your reading sometimes can be known

by their _22___ , that is, their contexts. The context of the sentence can tell us the part of speech(词性) of the words can also be _23___ word. Using the context of the paragraph to define unknown __24___ . _25___

Readers often have trouble because they understand the sentence word by word but meaning of a word, when they should identify the way it has been used in the passage.

One consideration in using the context is to determine the unknown word's part, of speech. The words around the unknown word can give you __26___ . Once you know if the word is a noun or an adjective, it is often enough for you to ___27__ reading without having to stop to look

up the meaning of the word. After coming across the word a few more times, you will know its meaning more _28___ than if you had just looked it up. .A comparison is possible

Comparison clues indicate that two or more things are __29_ because the known and unknown words have comparisons can be made. __30__

.Words likewise show you that

___31__clues tell you that an example of an unknown word follows. Example clues are usually _32___ by the following words and phrases: such as, such, other, for example, and like. To find meanings from text -based clues, you should look for clues in the sentence. A second kind

of clue does not ___33_ on specific words to indicate meaning. This kind of context clue is called frame-work -based clue. Your knowledge of the meanings of surrounding words you discover the meaning of a word or sentence. Common __35___ __34__

and your knowledge

of the parts of speech also help in defining unknown words. For example: The angry driver shouted vehemently during his fight with the other driver. What does vehemently__36___? You know what ___37__ means, and you know how people ___38__when they argue. From this, you can _39____ out that vehemently has something to do with strong 21.A. take down 22.A. sentences 23.A.unknown 24.A. unique 25.A. incorrect 26.A. cases 27.A. translate 28.A. strangely 29.A. alike 30.A. properties 31.A. Popularity 32.A. affected 33.A.focus 34.A. prevents 35.A. point 36.A. mean 37.A. angry 38.A. act 39.A. come 40.A. demand B. look up. B. words B. abnormal B. natural B. inconvenient B. reasons B. interview B. uncertainly B. meaningful B. similarities B. Consideration B. adjusted B. spend B. helps B. taste B. use B. grateful B. say B. figure B. ambition C. come across C. topics C. familiar C. helpful C. different C. effects C.continue C. potentially C. proper C. possibilities C.Example C. changed C. carry C. tells C. awareness C. contain C. happy C. take C. feel C. attitude __40___ or intense feeling. D. pick out D. surroundings D. negative D. common D. satisfactory D. clues D. examine D. firmly D. great D. personalities D. Comparison D. introduced D. rely D. displays D. sense D. complete D. anxious D. think D. set D. emotion

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

在答题纸上将该项选项的标号涂黑。 A One evening last summer, when I asked my 14 year old son, Ray, for help with dinner, his response shocked me."What’s a colander(漏勺)?" he asked. I could only blame myself.In the family, nobody else’s hands went in the sauce except my own. But that night, as I explained with a touch of panic that a colander is the thing with holes in it, I wondered what else I hadn’t prepared Ray for. As parents, while we focus on our sons’ confidence and character, we perhaps don’t always consider that we are also raising someone’s future roommates, boyfriends, husbands, or fathers.I wanted to know that I’d raised a boy who would never ask the woman in his life, "What’s for dinner?" So I came up with a plan: I would offer Ray a private home economics course.I was delighted to find that he didn’t say no.For two hours, three days a week, Ray was all mine.One day, as his tomato sauce reduced on the stove, he washed and seasoned a chicken for roasting.Then he rolled out the piecrust (馅饼皮) and filled it with apples, all while listening to my explanation on the importance of preheating an oven. I knew that he would rather have been shooting hoops in the driveway than learning to mend socks with his mother—he tried to beg not to have sewing lessons, even though I insisted that one day, someone would find the sight of him fixing his own shirt very attractive— but it couldn’t be denied that he was learning, and more than just housekeeping."I appreciate what you do as a mom," he told me one day . Ray now understands the finer points of cooking, and more importantly, he realizes there’s nothing masculine (男子气概的) about being helpless. Now, not only can he make his own dinner, but also he can make a big meal for his family.That’s what I call a man.I’m glad that I prepared so great a present for my future daughter in-law. 41.Why was the author shocked at her son’s response? A.Because he was not well behaved. B.Because he refused to help with dinner. C.Because he didn’t know the common kitchen tools. D.Because he was very curious about kitchen tools. 42.In the author’s opinion, some parents pay little attention to _______. A.building up children’s confidence B.telling kids what is right and wrong

C.preparing children for their future life

D.making children live a hard life

43.After learning to do housework, Ray _______. A.fell in love with sewing C.began to be more hardworking B.did other work in the house D.acknowledged his mother’s efforts

44.We can infer from the text that Ray _______. A.made great progress in cooking. C.preferred sewing to cooking. B.always thought housework interesting. D.was unwilling to learn cooking at first.

45.What would the author like to convey in the text? A.Useful education for boys B.The importance of housework

C.Boys should be involved in housework. D. Cooking and sewing make boys masculine. B The British Museum is a museum dedicated to human history, art, and culture, located in the Bloomsburyarea of London. Its permanent collection, numbering some 8 million works, is among the largest and most comprehensive in existence and originates from all continents, illustrating and documenting the story of human culture from its beginnings to the present. The British Museum was established in 1753, largely based on the collections of the physician and scientist Sir Hans Sloane. The museum first opened to the public on 15 January 1759 in Montagu House in Bloomsbury, on the site of the current museum building. Admission and opening times ? Free, open daily 10:00–17:30. ? The Museum is open every day except for 24, 25 and 26 December and 1 January. ? Museum galleries are open daily 10:00–17:30, and most are open until 20:30 on Fridays. Closing starts from 17:20 (20:20 on Fridays). Tips for your school visit It‘s a good idea to come and see the Museum before your visit. Whatever your plans, please book in advance via the Ticket Desk to make sure you get the most out of your trip. ? Booking your visit Contact the Ticket Desk at+44 (0)20 7323 8181 or tickets @ britishmuseum.org ? Cancellation If you are not able to attend a session you must inform the Ticket Desk at least three weeks before the session date. Failure to do so may incur a charge.

? Gallery availability Please book at least one term in advance and wait for confirmation before making travel plans. Greek and Egyptian galleries book up quickly. Opening times of some galleries may be limited at short notice –- you will be contacted if necessary. ? Access and special educational needs The majority of galleries and all special exhibitions are fully accessible. There is a range of facilities for visual, hearing and mobility impaired students. Parking There is little on-street parking available. The nearest car park to the Museum is located at Bloomsbury Square, WC1A 2RJ. There is limited parking in the Museum ‘s forecourt for disabled visitors only. To make arrangements please telephone +44 (0)20 7323 8299 at least 24 hours in advance. You will be asked to provide the registration number, make and model of your vehicle and the date of your visit. Support us Your support is vital in enabling the Museum to fulfill its mission to share its collection with the world. The British Museum relies on funding from a wide range of sources and there are many ways that you can donate to help ensure the display, care and preservation of the collection for future generations. Please consider supporting the British Museum today. 46. Who can be admitted to the British Museum? A. Mary arriving at the museum at 12:00 on December 26 B. Jennifer reaching the museum at 10:00 on New Year‘s Day C. George getting to the museum at 13:15 on Monday D. Elizabeth coming to the museum at 20:25 on Friday 47. The underlined word ―incur‖ in the passage can best be replaced by ______________. A. avoid B. free from C. escape D. bring about 48. What do we know about the British Museum? A. Sir Hans Sloane donated 8 million works to the museum. B. All the cars can park in the Museum‘s forecourt. C. Greek and Egyptian Galleries are quite popular with the school visitors.

D. Disabled students are limited to some special galleries and exhibitions. 49. What does the museum mainly depend on to operate? A. Money from selling its admission tickets. B. Income from selling some famous works. C. Donation and fund from a wide variety of sources. C In February, 2015, a South Korean woman was sleeping on the floor when her robot vacuum(吸尘器) ate her hair, forcing her to call for emergency help. It surely isn’t what Stephen Hawking warned us that intelligent devices ―mean the end of the human race‖. But it does highlight one of the unexpected dangers of inviting robots into our home. There are many examples of intelligent technology going bad, but more often than not, they involve cheating rather than physical danger. Meanwhile, increasing evidence suggests that we , especially children, tend to tell our deepest, darkest secrets to human robots. So how do we protect ourselves from giving-away code? Once you’ve invited a robot into your home, you need to manage your expectations. Movies and marketing may have told us to expect deep interaction with robots friends but we’ve still got a long way to go before they are as socially aware as described. Given the gulf between expectation and reality, it’s important to avoid being tricked. The message is clear: as robots became increasingly connected to the internet, and able to respond to natural language, you need to especially cautious about figuring out who or what you are talking about. We also need to think about how information is being stored and shared when it comes to robots that can record our every move. Some recording devices may have been designed for entertainment but can easily be adapted for more dangerous purposes. Take Nixie, the wearable camera that can fly off your wrist at a moment’s notice and take shots around you in the air. It doesn’t take much imagination to see how such technology could be taken advantage of. Most people protect their secrets in the presence of a recording device. But what happens once we get used to a robot around the house, answering every instruction and call? We may be at risk of letting our guard down, treating them as extended member of our family. If the technology around us is able to record and process speech, images and movement, or listen secretly to us, what will happen to that information? Where will it be stored? Who will have access? If our internet history can be a mirror, these details could be worth their gold weight to advertisement company. If we grow accustomed to having trustworthy robots getting into our daily lives, our words and deeds could easily become over-exposed. So, what is the safest way to welcome robots into our homes, public spaces, and social lives? We should be cautiously optimistic that intelligent machines could become enriching companions,

while acknowledging that we need to determine strict boundaries for robots. We might think of expanding the reach of consumer protection agencies or creating new robot-centered policies. Advances in robots may call for a body responsible for the combination of robots with society. There should be someone to turn to should your robot commit a crime, steal your card… or try to eat your hair. 50. The hair-eating story in Paragraph 1 is intended to _______. A. show the poor quality of the product C. introduce the topic of the discussion 51. According to the writer, it is wise to ________. A. tell our deepest, darkest secrets to human robots straightly B. have deep interaction with robots friends eagerly C. make robots more socially aware than they are described D. manage our expectations and adjust our trust towards robots 52. The last two paragraphs are mainly about _______. A. some reasons why we should be careful with robots B. some background information of the writer ’s conclusion C. some measures to be taken to deal with the problem D. some conclusion drawn from a series of experiments 53. The underlined word body in last paragraph is closest in meaning to _______. A. institute A. positive B. community B. objective D Andy is the most unreasonable, pigheaded life form in the world, and he makes me so angry I could scream! Of course, I love him like a brother. I have to because he is my brother. More than that, he is my twin! That’ s right. Andy and Amy (that’ s me) have the same curly hair and dark eyes and equally stubborn characters. Yet, though we may look alike, on most issues we usually take completely opposite positions. If I say day, you can count on Andy to say night. Just this week, the hot topic in school was all about the PTA’S proposal (提议) to adopt a school dress principle. Every student would be required to wear a uniform. Uniforms! Can you imagine? Oh, they would be uniforms in color. The dress style would be sort of loose and free. Boys would wear white or blue button-down shirts, a school tie, blue or gray pants, and a navy blue blazer (运动夹克). Girls would wear white or blue blouses or sweaters, blue or gray pants or skirts, along with a navy blue blazer. C. society C. pessimistic D. company D. critical 54. The writer’s attitude to our over-trusting robots can best be described as ______. B. warn us to keep far away from vacuum D. appeal to us to take pity on the victim

Socks or tights could be black, gray, blue, or white. The teachers are divided: Some are in favor of the uniforms, others are opposed. The headmaster has asked the students to express their opinions by voting on the issue before making their decisions. She will have the final word on the dress principle. I think a dress principle is a good idea. The reason is simple. School is tough enough without worrying about looking cool every single day. The fact is, the less I have to decide first thing in the morning, the better. I can’t tell you how many mornings I look into my closet and just stare, unable to decide what to wear. Of course, there are other mornings when my room looks like a storm had hit it, with bits and pieces of a dozen different possible clothes on the bed and on the floor. I also wouldn’t mind not having to see guys wearing oversized jeans and shirts. And I certainly would welcome not seeing kids showing off designer-labeled clothes. Andy is surprised at my opinion. He says he can’t believe that I would be willing to give up my all-American teenage birthright by dressing like — well, like a typical teenager. Last night, he even dragged out Mom and Dad’s high school photo albums. What a couple of peace-loving hippies (嬉皮士) they were! “Bruce Springsteen never wore a school uniform. Bob Dylan wouldn’t have been caught dead in a school uniform! “If I have to wear a uniform, I won’t feel like me!” he declared. To which I replied, “So your personal heroes didn’t wear school uniforms. Big deal! They went to high school about a million years ago! I feel sorry for you, brother dear. I had no idea that you are so fragile that you would be completely destroyed by gray or blue pants, a white or blue shirt, a tie, and a blazer.” That really made him angry. Then he said, “You’re just mimicking (模仿) what you hear that new music teacher saying!” “That is so not true. I’ m saying exactly what I think,”I said, raising my voice in what mom would call “a very rude manner.” “You have always been stupid, and you know it!” he shouted. “Is that so? Anyone who doesn’t agree with you is automatically stupid. And that’s the stupidest thing of all!” I said. Fortunately, the bell rang before we could do each other physical harm, and we went

thankfully to our separate classes. The vote for or against uniforms took place later that day. The results of the vote and the headmaster’ s decision will be announced next week. I wonder what it will be. I know how I voted, and I’m pretty sure I know how Andy voted. How would you vote — for or against? 55. Amy and Andy quarrel because A. they share a cupboard C. they both have the word for dress principle views on issues 56. The story is about . . B. Amy likes to show off D. they always take the opposite

A. a conflict of opinions between boys and girls B. a historical event and is told in the third person C. a personal experience and is told in the first person D. a school policy decision that will affect parents and students 57. Amy’s opinion on school uniforms are most likely based on A. logical conclusions drawn from her own personal experience B. an emotional reaction to what she has been told by people in authority C. her preference for designer-labeled clothes D. not liking anything her brother likes 58. Which of the following is the best statement of Andy’s opinions? A. School clothing should reflect parents’ values. B. Teenagers should never follow the latest fashions in dress. C. How one dresses should be an expression of one’s individuality. D. Wearing school uniforms means one less decision every morning. 59. Which of these statements from the story is a form of an emotional appeal? A. The teachers are divided: some are in favor of uniforms; others are opposed. B. You are so fragile that you would be completely destroyed by gray or blue pants. C. The results of the vote and the headmaster’s decision will be announced next week. D. The hot topic in school was all about the PTA’s proposal to adopt a school dress principle. 60. What is the best title for the passage? .

A. A School Dress Principle

B. My Stubborn Twin Brother

C. Endless Fights with My Brother D. For or Against? — That Is the Question 第二节:下面文章中有 5 处 (第 61~65) 需要添加小标题。请从(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。 Realizing your dreams is not a matter of possibility; it’s a matter of motivating yourself to focus on the right things.You know you should be doing something, but sometimes you just don’t feel like doing anything.This discouraging situation can last a long time if you don’t head it off and take action.Here are some daily motivation tricks that might work for you. 61.________ This is by far the most important tip in this article, because in the end, all of the other tips in the world won’t make as much of a difference as this simple and timeless instruction: Sit down and get a move on! Do you feel the push-back of laziness? Reading more about motivation won’t help. Reviewing your to-do lists won’ t help. Only doing actually helps get everything going. So stop thinking about how hard the task is going to be or how long it’s going to take you.Not starting is failing.Tell yourself, “As soon as I get going, I’ll feel more motivated.” And you’ ll realize it’s not nearly as hard as you thought it would be. 62.________ Be aware of your self-talk and stay confident.You have the choice to replace negative self-talk with a more encouraging and friendly voice.A voice that will consider your aim as not just a possibility, but a probability; A voice that does not look at the possibility of success before taking action, but rather uses self-belief as its driving force; A voice that all things are possible to those who commit to their dream. Tell yourself over and over again that you can do it. See what effect it has. Persist with this kind of positivity and eventually you’ll feel better about whatever it is you want to get done, and you’ll even start to fool yourself into believing it’s true. 63._______ There is no better way to recharge yourself for improvement than spending time with someone who motivates you.They are smart and can always encourage you to be better.Study their qualities. Study their habits. Surround yourself with them, talk to them, learn from them; they

are already living and producing results at a level you admire and expect to.Compare stories, successes and failures.Let their inner light guide you. 64.________ You have made so much progress, you just don’t realize it.Open your eyes and give yourself credit for all that you have done . Think about it . Write down your past successes. Consider using a journal to keep track of them. You’ ll probably be pleasantly surprised when you review your results. It’ s a great motivator to see how much you have improved and how far you have come.Be happy with your progress and move on. 65.________ Do not judge unsuccessful attempts and mistakes as an indication of your future potential, but as part of the growth process.Something does not have to end well for it to have been one of the most valuable experiences of a lifetime.When times get tough, take a deep breath, and know that most great things come when you least expect it.Being defeated is a temporary condition; giving up is what makes it permanent. And most people that gave up didn’ t realize how close they were to success.Push through! A.Get started! B.Forget your failures. C.Find and use your positive voice. D.Think about how far you have come. E.Spend time with people who inspire you. F.Accept failure as a positive learning experience. 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:在缺词处加一个漏词符号(∧) ,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。

One day I was in the back yard teaching my little nephew how to play football. He said that play football was something easier. His words immediately bring back memories of my childhood. As a little boy, I told my uncle I wanted to become football star like him. However, he taught me how to kick the ball. After some practice, I told him it was hardly for me to kick the ball the way he kicked them. He talked to me about not giving up on how I really wanted to do. Thank to his guidance and encouragement, and I’ve become a football star in my school. 第二节:书面表达(满分 30 分) 书面表达: 假如你是李华,你的美国中学生网友( Nick)来信询问你春节期间在家乡当导游的打工经历。 请你用英语给他写一封电子邮件,内容包括: 1.当地旅游资源优势;2.你的优势条件及收获;3.分享风景照片。 注意:1.词数 100 左右;2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;3.结束语已为你写好。 Dear Nick,

Best wishes ! Yours sincerely, Li Hua

英语试卷参考答案 一、英语知识运用 第一节 单项选择 1-20. CABBD DACAA BABCC CDDDB 第二节 完形填空 21-40.CDACA DCDAB CDDBD AACBD 二、阅读理解 第一节 A 篇:CCDAC 第二节 ACEDF 三、短文改错 1. play---playing 2. easier--easy 3. bring---brought B 篇:CDCC C 篇:CDCAD D 篇:DCACBD

4. football---a football 5. However---Therefore 6. hardly--hard 7. them--it 8. how---what 9. Thank--Thanks 10. and I’ve---I’ve 四、书面表达 参考范文 Dear Nick, I'm glad to receive your letter asking me about my experience as a guide during the Spring Festival. I worked as a guide during the Spring Festival in my hometown. My hometown is known for many national tourist attractions, which attract a large number of tourists, especially in holidays. I'm an expert about those places and I always do well in communicating with people from different places. I gained much experience as well as some money from it. In short, I think it's a job worth doing. With this e-mail, I'd like to share with you several pictures of the scenery in my hometown. I'm sure you'll like them very much! (111 words) Best wishes! Yours sincerely, Li Hua


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