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浙江省2016届高三第一次五校联考英语试题

2015学年浙江省第一次五校联考英语试题卷
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。
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. It is now generally believed that a good teacher should be ________ to his/her students.
  A. convenient       B. adequate        C. accessible   D. suitable
3. Each application letter should be ________ by a stamped and addressed envelope, so that we can reply to you in time.
  A. stored            B. bought            C. kept    D. accompanied
4. The handicrafts, ________ had been made by the students, were sold out soon.
  A. most of which      B. most of what       C. most of them  D. most of whom
5. The classical Chinese folk music ________ a wave of homesickness among the overseas students.
  A. set out            B. set off            C. set about   D. set on
6. It is reported that more than half of ________ surveyed on the website say they are content with their current life.
  A. whom            B. them            C. ones    D. those 
7. When the news came that China’s football team ranked ________ 2nd and qualified itself for ________ 2nd round, we all jumped up with excitement.
  A. the; the           B. the; a             C. /; the    D. a; /
8. According to Charles Keeling, the amount of carbon dioxide ________ sharply and steadily over the forty years between 1957 and 1997.
  A. increased         B. had increased       
  C. had been increased     D. was increasing
9. Several underground stations are under construction at the same time these days, ________ the rush hour traffic even worse.
  A. to make           B. makes             C. making   D. made 
10. An ideal job should be one that ______ what you are good at with what you are interested in.
  A. combines         B. connects           C. contacts   D. concentrates
11. It may not work out that one living in an English-speaking country will acquire the language ________.
  A. effectively         B. fluently           C. automatically  D. severely
12. Many of us would agree that improving the countryside through technology has great potentials ______ food development in China.
  A. in terms of        B. regardless of        C. in spite of   D. on account of
13. The discovery was made in the 1950s, while the ________ of it was not recognized until half a century later.
  A. sacrifice          B. difference   C. significance   D. insurance
14. Pointing to a small village at the foot of the mountain, he told us that was ________ he was born and brought up.
  A. what            B. in which   C. how    D. where
15. It is recently reported that quite a number of applications ________ from Apple’s official APP. Store are not safe to use.
  A. downloading       B. downloaded    
  C. having downloaded    D. to be downloaded  
16. The difficulty lies in ________ they will come to our help immediately.
  A. whether           B. that    C. if     D. which 
17. Thanks to the immediate measures taken by the central government, the economy of China ________ soon after the global financial crisis.
  A. took up           B. rose up   C. picked up   D. put up    
18. It is generally cold and dry here in autumn, but sometimes, it ________ also be warm and rainy.
  A. may              B. should    C. must    D. can  
19. The refugee crisis(难民危机) in Europe, if ________ properly, can lead to serious social problems.
  A. not handled      B. not being handled  
  C. not to be handled    D. not having been handled
20. – Excuse me, but is it possible for me to meet Mr. Smith in his office this afternoon?
   – ________. How about 4:30?
  A. Not really         B. I am sure   C. Let me check  D. Never mind

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、D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。
It was hot and humid. I   21   myself out of the house to ride my bike along the Hudson River. I had   22   myself I would learn to ride with no hands and my summer freedom is decreasing.   23   lifting my hands before losing balance, I rode steadily up the bike path.
Later, I parked my bike and lay down on a wooden   24  . Just as I got   25  , a man appeared in my vision. “It looks like it's going to rain,” he said. “I was just like you once,” the man continued. “One day, I went for a bike ride and lay down on a bench,   26   it started to rain. People walking by me probably thought I was   27  .” I listened, with the rain falling down. “Rain is like therapy (治疗),” he said, “  28   you just lie there and let it fall on your face.” 
 “I'm taking a tai chi class, and there's this word, Kua, that means ‘Everything in the   29   is connected.'” He began to sway (摇晃) a little. “When the shoulders move, the hips move. Everything is connected.” The rain fell   30  , and I told the man I'd better get home. “Nice to meet you,” he said, and we called each other's bikes beautiful before   31   forever.
  I had never ridden in the rain before. I was   32   that I wouldn't be able to practice my hands-free skills on the way home. But then a(an)  33   thought came into my mind: Why not?  The wind and icy summer rain beat my face   34   my bent knees took turns being first and I   35   my arms in the air, my balance holding strong. I yelled to no one   36  . I'd never been more truly in the moment. Everything was connected.
    For the first time, I saw the cruelty of umbrellas for   37   us from the soft, healing, tapping raindrops. Like an umbrella, the codes of urban society prevent us from having   38  with strangers. The danger is understandable, but the   39   of riding a bike with no handlebars and the refreshment of   40   words from a mysterious stranger is worth getting a little wet.
21. A. withdrew B. dragged        C. guided   D. invited
22. A. promised  B. planned  C. acknowledged D. arranged
23. A. Immediately  B. Frequently C. Occasionally  D. Rarely
24. A. floor B. bed C. chair D. bench
25. A. curious  B. conscious  C. comfortable  D. cautious
26. A. as if  B. even though C. in case D. only if
27. A. sick  B. wet C. mad D. poor
28. A. where   B. when  C. what  D. how
29. A. world B. universe C. sport D. body
30. A. harder  B. more rapidly  C. bigger  D. more suddenly
31. A. parting B. leaving C. breaking D. disappearing
32. A. embarrassed B. disappointed C. satisfied  D. amazed
33. A. considerate B. passive   C. popular D. wild
34. A. which   B. that C. as  D. with
35. A. raised  B. rose  C. arose   D. aroused
36. A. in brief B. in particular C. in general D. in secret
37. A. distinguishing B. trapping  C. moving  D. blocking
38. A. appointments B. conflicts  C. fun D. contact
39. A. excitement B. inspiration C. pain D. trouble
40. A. sharp B. difficult C. enjoyable D. wise
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
The day I became a mom was not the day my daughter was born, but seven years later. Up until that day, I had been too busy trying to survive my abusive marriage. I had spent all my energy trying to run a “perfect” home that would pass inspection each evening, and I didn’t see that my baby girl had become a child. I’d tried endlessly to please someone who could never be pleased and suddenly realized that the years had slipped by and could never be recaptured(重现).
Oh, I had done the normal “motherly” things, like making sure my daughter got to ballet and tap and gym lessons. I went to all of her recitals and school concerts, parent-teacher conferences and open houses — alone. I ran interference during my husband’s anger when something was spilled at the dinner table, telling her, “It will be okay, Honey. Daddy’s not really mad at you.” I did all I could to protect her from hearing the awful shouting after he returned from a night of drinking. Finally I did the best thing I could do for my daughter and myself: I removed us from the home that wasn’t really a home at all.
That day I became a mom was the day my daughter and I were sitting in our new home having a calm, quiet dinner just as I had always wanted for her. We were talking about what she had done in school and suddenly her little hand knocked over the full glass of chocolate milk by her plate. As I watched the white tablecloth and freshly painted white wall become dark brown, I looked at her small face. It was filled with fear, knowing what the outcome of the event would have meant only a week before in her father’s presence. When I saw that look on her face and looked at the chocolate milk running down the wall, I simply started laughing. I am sure she thought I was crazy, but then she must have realized that I was thinking, “It’s a good thing your father isn’t here!” She started laughing with me, and we laughed until we cried. They were tears of joy and peace and were the first of many tears that we cried together. That was the day we knew that we were going to be okay.
Whenever either of us spills something, even now, seventeen years later, she says, “Remember the day I spilled the chocolate milk? I knew that day that you had done the right thing for us, and I will never forget it.”
That was the day I really became a mom. I discovered that being a mom isn’t only going to ballet, and tap and gym recitals, and attending every school concert and open house. It isn’t keeping a spotless house and preparing perfect meals. It certainly isn’t pretending things are normal when they are not. For me, being a mom started when I could laugh over spilled milk.
41. What was the writer mostly engaged in seventeen years ago?
   A. Passing inspection from the community.
   B. Trying very hard to please the baby girl.
   C. Nurturing the baby girl to become a child.
D. Running a perfect home to satisfy her husband.
42. According to the writer, ______ is not the normal “motherly” things.
   A. signing up kids for ballet and gym lessons
   B. attending parent-teacher conferences
   C. protecting kids when they are scolded by the father
   D. going to kids’ school concerts and open houses
43. The underlined phrase “ran interference” can best be replaced by______.
A. informed her       B. covered her      C. pleased her      D. pardoned her
44. It can be inferred from the passage that______.
   A. mum and daughter had led a miserable life before moving out
   B. being a mum is not pretending things are normal when they are not
   C. the daughter spilled the chocolate milk deliberately in the new home
   D. mum and daughter laughed together at the funny paints on the wall
45. According to the passage, when did the writer become a real mom?
   A. The day she gave birth to her daughter
   B. The day she lost contact with her husband
   C. The day she created a relaxing family atmosphere
   D. The day she laughed at the spilled chocolate milk
B
You're not doomed to toss and turn every night. Although you might not be able to control all of the factors that relate to your sleep, you can adopt habits that encourage better sleep. Start with these simple sleep tips.
No. 1: Stick to a sleep schedule
Go to bed and get up at the same time every day, even on weekends, holidays and days off. Being consistent reinforces (加强) your body's sleep-wake cycle and helps promote better sleep at night. If you don't fall asleep within about 15 minutes, get up and do something relaxing. Go back to bed when you're tired.
No. 2: Pay attention to what you eat and drink
Don't go to bed either hungry or stuffed. Your discomfort might keep you up. Also limit how much you drink before bed, to prevent disruptive middle-of-the-night trips to the toilet. Nicotine, caffeine and alcohol deserve caution, too. The stimulating effects of nicotine and caffeine — which take hours to wear off — can ruin quality sleep.
No. 3: Create a bedtime ritual
Do the same things each night to tell your body it's time to wind down. This might include taking a warm bath or shower, reading a book, or listening to light music. Be careful of using the TV or other electronic devices as part of your bedtime ritual. Some research suggests that screen time or other media use before bedtime has impact on sleep.
No. 4: Get comfortable
Create a room that's ideal for sleeping. Often, this means cool, dark and quiet. Consider using room-darkening shades, earplugs, a fan or other devices to create an environment that suits your needs.
Your mattress and pillow can contribute to better sleep, too. Since the features of good bedding are subjective, choose what feels most comfortable to you. If you have children or pets, set limits on how often they sleep with you — or insist on separate sleeping quarters.
No. 5: Limit daytime naps
Long daytime naps can affect nighttime sleep — especially if you're struggling with poor sleep quality at night. If you choose to nap during the day, limit yourself to about 10 to 30 minutes and make it during the mid-afternoon.
If you work nights, you'll need to make an exception to the rules about daytime sleeping. In this case, keep your window coverings closed so that sunlight — which adjusts your internal clock — doesn't interrupt your daytime sleep.
No. 6: Include physical activity in your daily routine
Regular physical activity can promote better sleep, helping you to fall asleep faster and to enjoy deeper sleep. Timing is important, though. If you exercise too close to bedtime, you might be too energized to fall asleep. If this seems to be an issue for you, exercise earlier in the day.
No. 7: Manage stress
When you have too much to do — and too much to think about — your sleep is likely to suffer. To help restore peace to your life, consider healthy ways to manage stress. Start with the basics, such as getting organized, setting priorities and dividing tasks. Give yourself permission to take a break when you need one. Share a good laugh with an old friend.
Nearly everyone has an occasional sleepless night — but if you often have trouble sleeping, contact your doctor. Identifying and treating any underlying causes can help you get the better sleep you deserve.
46. Which of the following is helpful to have quality sleep at night?
   A. listening to light music before bed
   B. working out in the gym only in the day time
   C. using expensive pillows that sell well
D. drinking lots of water instead of coffee before bed
47. Which of the following sleep tips is not mentioned in the passage?
A. Control your daytime sleep time.
B. Adopt healthy ways to handle stress.
C. Follow a flexible sleep timetable.
D. Schedule your daily physical activities.
48. According to the passage, in what situation do you need to contact your doctor?
   A. You can not nap in the day time.
   B. You frequently have trouble sleeping.
   C. You do not fall asleep within 15 minutes.
   D. You have too much to think about before bed.
49. What’s the purpose of this passage?
   A. To provide advice on promoting better sleep at night.
   B. To inform readers of different sleep habits before bed.
   C. To offer tips on various relaxing activities before bed.
   D. To convince readers of the importance of quality sleep at night.
C
Note: 1gigawtt = 1000 megawatts
    SAN FRANCISCO — Apple is cleaning up its manufacturing operations in China to reduce the air pollution caused by the factories that have assembled (装配) hundreds of millions of iPhones and iPads during the past eight years.
    The world's most valuable company is working with its Chinese suppliers to eventually produce 2.2 gigawatts of solar power and other renewable energy.
    The commitment announced Wednesday represents Apple's latest attempt to prevent the popularity of its devices and digital services from increasing the carbon emissions that are widely believed to change the Earth's climate.
Apple Inc. estimates (估计) 20 million tons of greenhouse gas pollution will be avoided as more of its suppliers rely on renewable energy between now and 2020. That's like having four million fewer cars on the road for a year.
 Panels capable of generating (生产) about 200 megawatts of solar power will be financed by Apple in the northern, southern and eastern regions of China, where many of its suppliers are located. The company is teaming up with its Chinese suppliers to build the capacity for the remaining 2 gigawatts of renewable energy, which will be a mix of solar, wind and hydroelectric power.
    Foxconn, which runs the factory where the most iPhones are assembled, is pledging to contribute 400 megawatts of solar power as part of the 2-gigawatt commitment. The solar panels to be built by 2018 in China's Henan Province are supposed to produce as much renewable energy as Foxconn's Zhengzhou factory consumes while making iPhones.
    Apple has made protecting the environment a higher priority since Tim Cook replaced the late Steve Jobs as the company's CEO four years ago.
    "Climate change is one of the great challenges of our time, and the time for action is now," Cook said in a statement. "The transition to a new green economy requires innovation, ambition and purpose."
    Apple just completed projects in China that generate 40 megawatts of solar energy to cover the power required by its 24 stores and 19 offices in the country. All of Apple's data centers, offices and stores in the U.S. already have been running on renewable energy.
    "When you look at all the air pollution in China, all the manufacturing that is done there has a lot to do with it, so this is a significant step in the right direction," said Gary Cook, a senior analyst for Greenpeace, a group devoted to protecting the environment.
    Apple also has a financial motivation to help make China a better place to live. The greater China region is Apple's second biggest market behind the U.S. Tim Cook has made it clear that he wants the company to make even more progress as rising incomes enable more of China's population to buy smart phones and other gadgets.
    Apple can easily afford to go green. The company had $203 billion in cash at the end of June. This story has been reflected to correct that Apple and its suppliers haven't set a timetable for producing the 2.2 gigawatts of renewable energy in China.
50. The commitment announced Wednesday shows that ______.
   A. Apple wanted to change its public image eagerly           
   B. Apple wanted to contribute to protecting the environment          
   C. Apple wanted to cut down its expenses by using renewable energy
   D. Apple wanted to stop the popularity of its product from polluting the environment
51. It is estimated that with Apple's new commitment, ______.
   A. There will be four million fewer cars on the road for a year
   B. 20 billion tons of greenhouse gas pollution will be avoided
   C. Much of its greenhouse gas pollution will be avoided between now and 2020
   D. China will become Apple's second biggest market behind the US
52. Which of the following statements is TRUE?   
   A. Apple has enough cash in store for switching to renewable energy supply.
   B. The 2 gigawatts of renewable energy will be a mix of solar, wind and electric power.
   C. Apple's data centers, offices and stores already have been running on renewable energy.
   D. Apple will eventually produce 2.2 gigawatts of solar power and other renewable energy. 
53. What is Gary Cook's attitude towards Apple's commitment?
   A. Optimistic          B. Supportive       C. Doubtful      D. Indifferent
54. Where is this passage probably taken from?
   A. A science report.     B. A textbook.    C. An advertisement.    D. A newspaper.
                                      D
    In 1945, a 12-year-old boy saw something in a shop window that set his heart racing. But the price-five dollars-was far beyond Reuben Earle's means. Five dollars would buy almost a week's groceries for his family.
    Reuben couldn't ask his father for the money. Everything his father made through fishing went to her mother, Dora, who struggled to feed and clothe their five children.
    Nevertheless, he opened the shop's weathered door and went inside. Standing proud and straight in his flour-sack shirt and washed-out trousers, he told the shopkeeper what he wanted, adding ,“But I don't have the money right now. Can you please hold it for me for some time?”
   “I'll try,”the shopkeeper smiled.“Folks around here don't usually have that kind of money to spend on things. It should keep for a while.”
    Reuben respectfully touched his worn cap and walked out. He would raise the money and not tell anybody. On hearing the sound of hammering from a side street, Reuben suddenly had an idea. People built their own homes in Bay Roberts, using nails purchased in sacks from a local factory. Sometimes the used sacks were disposed of at the construction site, and Reuben knew he could sell them back to the factory for five cents a piece.
    That day he found two sacks, which he sold to the man in charge of packing nails.
    The boy's hand tightly clutched the five-cent pieces as he ran the two kilometers home.
    Near his house stood an ancient barn. Reuben found a rusty soda tin and dropped his coins inside. Then he climbed into it and hid the tin beneath a pile of hay.
    It was dinnertime when Reuben got home. His father was ready to serve dinner as Reuben took his place at the table. He looked at his mother and smiled. Slim and beautiful, she was the center of the home, the glue that held it together. Her chores were never-ending, but she was happy as her family and their well-being were her highest priority.
    Every day after chores and school, Reuben scouted the town, collecting the nail sacks. Summer vacation came, and no student was more delighted than Reuben. Now he would have more time for his mission. All summer long, despite chores at home weeding and watering the garden, cutting wood and fetching water — Reuben kept to his secret task.
    Then all too soon fall arrived, and the winds blew cold and gusty from the bay. Reuben wandered the streets, diligently searching for his treasures. Often he was cold, tired and hungry, but the thought of the object in the shop window sustained him. Sometimes his mother would ask:"Reuben, where were you? We were waiting for you to have dinner."
     “Playing, Mum. Sorry.”
    Dora would look at his face and shake her head. Boys.
    Finally the time had come! He ran into the barn, climbed to the hayloft and uncovered the tin can. He poured the coins out and began to count.
    Then he counted again. He needed 20 cents more. Could there be any sacks left anywhere in town? He had to find out and sell them before the day ended. Reuben ran down Water Street. The shadows were lengthening when Reuben arrived at the factory. The sack buyer was about to lock up.
   “Mister! Please don't close up yet.”
    The man turned and saw Reuben, dirty and sweat stained.
    “Come back tomorrow, boy.”
    “Please, Mister. I have to sell the sacks now — please.”The man heard a tremor in Reuben's voice and could tell he was close to tears.
    “Why do you need this money so badly?”
    “It's a secret.”
    The man took the sacks, reached into his pocket and put four coins in Reuben's hand. Reuben murmured a thank you and ran home.
     Then, clutching the tin can, he headed for the shop.
    “I have the money,”he solemnly told the owner.
     The man went to the window and retrieved Reuben's treasure.
     He wiped the dust off and gently wrapped it in brown paper. Then he placed the parcel in Reuben's hands.
     Racing home, Reuben burst through the front door. His mother was busy in the kitchen.
   “Here, Mum! Here!”Reuben exclaimed as he ran to her side. He placed a small box in her work-roughened hand.
     She unwrapped it carefully, to save the paper. A blue-¬velvet jewel box appeared. Dora lifted the lid, tears beginning to blur her vision. In gold lettering on a small, almond-shaped brooch was the word "Mother". It was Mother's Day, 1946.
    Dora had never received such a gift; she had no finery except her wedding ring. Speechless, she smiled radiantly and gathered her son into her arms.
55. Why did Reuben enter the shop? 
   A. Because he wanted to bargain with the shop keeper.
   B. Because he wanted to ask the shop keeper for a favor.
   C. Because he wondered if he could get what he wanted for free.
   D. Because he wanted to have a better look at the thing that appealed to him.
56. Reuben must have felt ______ after talking with the shop keeper.
   A. relieved and nervous      B. disappointed and sad
   C. stressed but hopeful    D. happy but determined
57. What is the possible meaning of the underlined word in the tenth paragraph?
   A. visited           B. searched           C. wandered      D. escaped
58. How did Reuben manage to raise the 20 cents short for his purchase?
   A. By begging some passers-by for a favor.
   B. By demanding a discount from the shop keeper .
   C. By asking for some extra pocket money from his mother.
   D. By sweating himself in collecting and selling more sacks.
59. What message is conveyed through the story?
   A. Happiness comes from giving.  B. Money can't buy everything.
   C. Where there is a will, there is a way. D. A mother understands what a child does not say.
60. What would be the best title for the passage?
   A. A Boy with a Mission    B. A Valuable Gift   
   C. A Special Mother's Day   D. An Unforgettable Experience

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。
A. Decide to settle when growth is guaranteed.
B. Follow other people's paths.
C. Blame others for the fault.
D. Have faith in overnight success.
E. Only pay attention to the dreams themselves.
F. Believe someone else has the answers for you.
 
FIVE WAYS TO KILL YOUR DREAMS
    I dedicated the past two years to understanding how people achieve their dreams. When we think about the dreams we have, and the footprint we want to leave in the universe, it is striking to see how big of an overlap there is between the dreams that we have and projects that never happen. So I'm here to talk to you today about five ways how not to follow your dreams.
61. ______
    You know the story, right? The tech guy built a mobile app and sold it very fast for a lot of money. You know, the story may seem real, but I bet it's incomplete. If you go investigate further, the guy has done 30 apps before and he has done a master's on the topic, a Ph.D. He has been working on the topic for 20 years. This is really interesting. I myself have a story in Brazil that people think is an overnight success. I come from a humble family, and two weeks before the deadline to apply to MIT, I started the application process. And, voila! I got in. People may think it's an overnight success, but that only worked because for the 17 years prior to that, I took life and education seriously. Your overnight success story is always a result of everything you've done in your life through that moment.
62. ______
    Constantly, people want to help out, right? All sorts of people: your family, your friends, your business partners, they all have opinions on which path you should take: "And let me tell you, go through this pipe." But whenever you go inside, there are other ways you have to pick as well. And you need to make those decisions yourself. No one else has the perfect answers for your life. And you need to keep picking those decisions, right? The pipes are infinite and you're going to bump your head, and it's a part of the process.
63. ______
    So when your life is going great, you have put together a great team, and you have growing revenue, and everything is set — time to settle. When I launched my first book, I worked really, really hard to distribute it everywhere in Brazil. With that, over three million people downloaded it, over 50,000 people bought physical copies. When I wrote a sequel, some impact was guaranteed. Even if I did little, sales would be okay. But okay is never okay. When you're growing towards a peak, you need to work harder than ever and find yourself another peak. Maybe if I did little, a couple hundred thousand people would read it, and that's great already. But if I work harder than ever, I can bring this number up to millions. That's why I decided, with my new book, to go to every single state of Brazil. And I can already see a higher peak. There's no time to settle down.
64. ______
   I constantly see people saying, "Yes, I had this great idea, but no investor had the vision to invest." "Oh, I created this great product, but the market is so bad, the sales didn't go well." Or, "I can't find good talent; my team is so below expectations." If you have dreams, it's your responsibility to make them happen. Yes, it may be hard to find talent. Yes, the market may be bad. But if no one invested in your idea, if no one bought your product, for sure, there is something there that is your fault. Definitely. You need to get your dreams and make them happen. And no one achieved their goals alone. But if you didn't make them happen, it's your fault and no one else's. Be responsible for your dreams.
65. ______
    Once I saw an ad, and it was a lot of friends, they were going up a mountain, it was a very high mountain, and it was a lot of work. You could see that they were sweating and this was tough. And they were going up, and they finally made it to the peak. Of course, they decided to celebrate, right? I'm going to celebrate, so, "Yes! We made it, we're at the top!" Two seconds later, one looks at the other and says, "Okay, let's go down." Life is never about the goals themselves. Life is about the journey. Yes, you should enjoy the goals themselves, but people think that you have dreams, and whenever you get to reaching one of those dreams, it's a magical place where happiness will be all around. But achieving a dream is a momentary sensation, and your life is not. The only way to really achieve all of your dreams is to fully enjoy every step of your journey. That's the best way.
 
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。
 
    I am a middle school student. I’m doing well in my studies, and ready to help another. In the school I like to talk with my classmates. However, I have a problem that troubled me all the time. It is the relationship between my desk-mate and mine.
    My desk-mate is a hardworking student, he keeps the school rules good. However, he is a person of a few words. What’s more, he loses his temper easily. I don’t know to communicate with him. Maybe it’s why we have seldom sat down and changed our feelings and thoughts. I hope we can know each other better. I do hope we’ll be close. What can I do?

第二节:书面表达(满分30分)
书面表达:
进入高三以来,各个高考科目每周都增加了课时,有些同学觉得还是多些时间让我们自己复习比较好。请就此写一篇短文,发表自己的看法并说明理由。词数:120左右。
注意:文中不能出现任何相关学校信息。
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2015学年浙江省第一次五校联考英语答案

一、单项填空 1-5 CCDAB  6-10 DCACA  11-15 CACDB  16-20 ACDAC
二、完型填空21-25 BACDC 26-30 BCBDA 31-35 ABDCA 36-40 BDDAD
三、阅读理解41-45 DCBAC 46-49 ACBA  50-54 BCABD 55-60 BDBDCA
四、任务型阅读61-65 DFACE
五、改错
1. another 改为 others
2. troubled 改为troubles
3. mine 改为 me
4. he 改为 who
5. good改为 well
6. a few 的 a 去掉
7. don’t know 后加how
8. why 改为 because
9. changed 改为 exchanged
10. close 改为 closer
六、作文
Possible version 1:
I believe it a wise decision for the school to arrange for us to have some extra classes now. As over the years, we have been so used to following the teachers closely. Our teachers also have had much experience in preparing us for the examinations. They know what is important for us and what may not be so relevant. As long as we listen attentively in class, finish our homework in time, we can surely do well in the various examinations. If we have more extra time, some of us may be at a loss, not knowing what to accomplish every day. As a result, their academic result will surely suffer. So I think it right and necessary for the school to add more classes concerning the exam-related subjects.

Possible version 2:
    In my view, we should be allowed more time of our own. It might be true that adding some extra classes will be of some help to a few passive students. However, we cannot expect to always rely on someone else to decide for us what is necessary for our success. Besides, where we are weak can also vary from person to person. What our teachers do in class can rarely meet the needs of individual students. Thus, if we can have more free time, we can focus on where we are weak and balance our energy on different subjects. Anyway, if we can talk to our teachers and make an appropriate plan for our study, it will be wise. 

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