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浙江省杭州市2016届高三上学期七校模拟质量检测英语试题

2015学年杭州地区七校模拟质量检测
高三年级英语学科 试 题
命题审校人: 塘栖中学  朱炜      场口中学  段卫芳
考生须知:
1.本卷满分120分,考试时间120分钟;
2.答题前,在答题卷密封区内填写班级、学号和姓名;座位号写在指定位置;
3.所有答案必须写在答题卷上,写在试卷上无效;
4.考试结束后,只需上交答题卷。

选择题部分(共80分)
第一部分:英语知识应用(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. —If you make it in the competition, I’ll buy you a drink. 
—Ok. ______!
A. That’s a deal      B. That’s all right    C. Good luck      D. Take care 
2. Nanjing is ___ most beautiful city , where you can see ____ famous Changjiang River.
A. 不填; the   B. a; 不填     C. the; a       D. a; the 
3. Some abstract modern paintings were _________ my understanding; I simply couldn’t figure out what the painters really wanted to tell us.
  A. within   B. behind    C. around     D. beyond
4. — Who______ it be that is knocking at the door?  
 — It _____ be Father, but I’m not sure.
A. can; must    B. can; may   C. must; can      D. may; must
5. —Are you still mad at her?
—Not really, but I can’t _________ that her remarks hurt me.
A. deny    B. refuse    C. abandon   D. decline
6. Everyone is different and that is _________ makes our world so much better.
  A. that     B. which    C. what      D. who
7. The experiment has ________ the possibility of the existence of any life on that planet, but it does not mean there is no life on other planets.
  A. found out    B. pointed out   C. ruled out    D. carried out
8. —Harry, we want to know your view about the reform being carried out in our school.
—Ok. I _____ to that.
A. am coming   B. have come   C. came    D. come
9. ______ Mr. Smith was the last man I wanted to see, I did all in my power to help him.
  A. As    B. When     C. While    D. Since
10. When you look at their new system, ours seems very old- fashioned ___________.
  A. by contrast   B. in case   C. on the contrary     D.in the meanwhile
11. The book written by Mr Jackson _____ people from all walks of life, making it the best seller in England.
   A. owed to     B. contributed to    C. adapted to     D. appealed to
12. With the loss of her husband in the earthquake, the two children mean ________ to the young mother.
  A. nothing    B. anything     C. everything    D. something
13. With the word “PM 2.5” _________ appearing in media reports, people pay greater attention to it and seek health tips for smoggy days..
  A. immediately   B. consequently    C. permanently    D. constantly
14. I am afraid I’m not ____ to help with the talent show, for I am fully occupied with my own project.
  A. reliable     B. convenient    C. available     D. admirable
15. You’d better write down the phone number of that restaurant for future _____.
  A. purpose     B. reference     C. progress      D. memory
16. With the contributions he has made to our country, he _______ all the honors awarded to him.
  A. demands    B. deserves     C. expects      D. cancels
17. —Did Tony win the game?
 —No. Staying up late made him at his worst __________ physical situation.
A. in case of    B. in terms of      C. in favor of     D. in spite of
18. In China, New Year's Day isn't a big moment______ with the Spring Festival.
A.comparing    B.compared    C.to compare   D.being compared
19. A housing bubble is an economic situation _____ occurs when house prices rise much too fast.
  A. which    B. where     C. what     D. where
20. —Do you think their table tennis team will win the first place at the coming Asian Games?
   — ________. Ours is much stronger than theirs.
  A. Of course    B. It depends     C. Don’t mention it.    D. By no means.

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中(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。

The measure of a man's real character is what he would do if he knew he would never be found out.                                   
— Thomas Macaulay
Some thirty years ago, I was studying in a public school in New York. One day, Mrs Nanette O'Neill gave an arithmetic__21__to our class. When the papers were__22__, she discovered that twelve boys had made the same mistakes throughout the test.
"There is really nothing new about__23__in the exams. Perhaps that was why Mrs O'Neill __24__even say a word about it. She only asked the twelve boys to__25__after class. I was one of the twelve.
Mrs O'Neill asked__26__questions, and she didn't__27__us either." She wrote on the blackboard the__28__words by Thomas Macaulay. She then ordered us to __29__ these words into our exercisebooks one hundred times.
I don't__30__about the other eleven boys. Speaking for myself I can say: it was the most important single__31__of my life. Thirty years after being introduced to Macaulay's words, they__32__seem to me the best yardstick(准绳), because they give me a__33__to measure myself rather than others.
_34__of us are asked to make__35__decisions about nations going to war or armies going to battle. But all of us are called__36__daily to make a great many personal decisions.__37__the wallet, found in the street, be put into a pocket or turned over to the policeman? Should the__38__change received at the store be forgotten or__39__? Nobody will know except__40__. But you have to live with yourself, and it is always better to live with someone you respect.

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
The Children’s Book-Show Competition is a chance for young readers to be writers.
     Reading, it seems, is coming back in fashion, if a survey by the famous National Literacy Trust (the NLT) is true. It shows that the percentage of children who admit enjoying reading has grown for the first time in the past 8 years.
     So it’s a good time to launch a competition that includes a shed-load of new books for schools as prizes. The Children’s Book-show Competition, backed by The Independent, is taking to the roads again from the start of next term, with a nation-wide tour of 15 big cities, featuring a line-up of a dozen children’s writers and illustrators (插图画家) aiming to persuade pupils to follow their footsteps.
     The competition, launched by the children’s writer and illustrator Jessica Souhami, has two categories: the under-nine’s and nine to 13-year-olds.
     Children are asked to choose their favorite fairy or folk tale and set it in an extraordinary place.
     Then they are to retell it with the aid of drawings and writings-whether it is set at sea, on a distant planet, in the future or in the past. The closing date for the competition is 30th November.
“Tell your tale in pictures and in words, ”say the organizers of the competition. “It can be in a picture book or comic-book format.”
The winner of each competition will receive a signed copy of a book by each of the 12 authors involved in this year’s tour, plus £150 worth of books for their school. The runners-up will receive a signed copy of Souhami’s new book.
41. What can we know about the Book-show Competition? _____
   A. It will be held by the famous NLT.
   B. It will be held in different cities.
   C. It has never been organized before.
   D. Children of all ages will join in it.
42. The underlined word “backed” in Paragraph 3 means_____.
   A. started    B. promoted      C. supported     D. reported.
43. What will be offered as a prize to schools? _________
   A. Pictures and comic books           B. Books worth £150 in all.
   C. Books signed by 12 authors.         D. Jessica Souhami’s new books.
44. Which of the following sentences is right?
A. The survey by the NLT is definitely true.
B. The winner of each competition will receive a signed copy of Souhami’s new book.
C. 12 children’s writers and illustrators are involved in this year’s tour.
D. The survey by the NLT shows that the number of children who enjoy reading is much larger than before.
45. The author’s purpose of writing this passage is to ______.
   A. encourage young readers to become writers.     
B. persuade all children to join in the competition
   C. promote children’s books by famous writers.      
D. introduce the Children’s Book-Show Competition

B
Things Your Pilot Won't Tell You
You may not be getting the airline you paid for.
You may go to an airline website and buy a ticket, and get onto an airplane that has a similar name painted on it, but half the time, you're really on a regional airline.The regionals aren't held to the same safety standards as the majors: their pilots aren't required to have as much training and experience, and the public doesn't know that.
—Captain at a major airline
If you're a nervous flier, book a morning flight.
The heating of the ground later causes bumpier (颠簸的) air, and it's much more likely to thunderstorm in the afternoon.
—Jerry Johnson , pilot, Los Angeles
The smoothest place to sit is often over or near the wing.
The bumpiest place to sit is in the back.If you're in the middle, you don't move as much.
          —Patrick Smith, pilot, and author of Cockpit Confidential
Sit in the front if you want fresher air.
The general flow of air in any airplane is from front to back.So if you're really concerned about breathing the freshest possible air or not getting too hot, sit as close to the front as you can.Planes are generally warmest in the back.
—Tech pilot at a regional airline, Texas
You never know where the safest seat is.
There is no safest place to sit.In one accident, the people in the back are dead; in the next, it's the people up front.
—John Nance, aviation safety analyst and retired airline captain, Seattle
I've been struck by lightning twice.
Most pilots have experienced it.Airplanes are built to take it.You hear a big boom and see a big flash and that's it.You're not going to fall out of the sky.
—Charlotte, pilot for a regional earner,.North Carolina
People don't understand why they can't use their cell phones.
Well, what can happen is 12 people will decide to call someone just before landing, and I can get a false reading on my instruments saying that we are higher than we really are.
—Jim Tilmon, retired American Airlines pilot, Phoenix
46. What can we learn from the captain at a major airline?
A. It is convenient to get your airline tickets from the website.
B. Half of all airlines have a similar name.
C. The major airlines are usually safer than regional airlines.
D. The pilots of regionals have more training and experience.
47.Jerry Johnson advises nervous fliers to ______.
A. avoid flying in bad weather          B. fly in the morning
C. fly with major airlines              D. sit in the back
48.Which of the following is right?
   A. The safest seat is in the front.
   B. The smoothest place to sit is often in the middle.
   C. Most pilots have been struck by lightening twice.
   D. Sit as close to the front as you can if you want to get warm.
49.Passengers’ use of cellphones before landing is likely to ______.
A. increase the risk of being struck by lightning
B. make it difficult for pilots to control the plane
C. cause the instruments of the plane to stop working
D. mislead the pilots about the height of the plane

C
Look carefully and you’ll find musicians at the top of almost any industry. The television broadcaster Paula Zahn( cello) and the NBC chief White House correspondent Chuck Todd (French horn) attended college on music scholarships; Both Microsoft’s Mr. Allen and the venture capitalist Rogar McNamee have rock bands. Lorry Page, a co-founder of Google, played saxophone in high school. The former World Bank president James D. Wolfensohn has played cello at Carnegie Hall.
The connection isn’t a coincidence. I know because I asked. I put the question to top-flight professionals in industries from tech to finance to media, all of whom had serious ( if often little-known) past lives as musicians. Almost all made a connection between their music training and their professional achievements.
Will your school music program turn your kid into a Paul Allen, the billionaire co-founder of Microsoft (guitar)? Or a Woody Allen (clarinet ) ?Probably not. These are outstanding achievers. But the way these and other visionaries (有远见的人) I spoke to process music is interesting.
But the key question is: why does that connection exist? Paul Allen offers an answer. He says music “establish your confidence in the ability to create.” He began playing the violin at age 7 and switched to the guitar as a teenager. Even in the early days of Microsoft, he would pick up his guitar at the end of marathon days of programming. The music was the emotional analog (类比) to his day job, both of them show his different creativity. He says, “something is pushing you to look beyond what currently exists and express yourself in a new way.”
For many of the high achievers I spoke with, music functions as a “hidden language,” as Mr. Wolfensohn calls it, one that enhances the ability to connect different or even opposite ideas. When he ran the World Band, Mr. Wolfensohn traveled to more than 100 countries, often taking in local performances (and occasionally joining in on a borrowed cello), which helped him understand “the culture of people”.
Consider the qualities these high achievers say music has sharpened : cooperation, creativity, discipline and the capacity to coordinate (协调) conflicting ideas. All are qualities obviously absent from public life. Music may not make you a genius, or rich, or even a better person. But it helps train you to think differently, to process different points of views --- and most important, to take pleasure in listening.
50. The reason why the author quote so many outstanding people as examples in the first paragraph is ___________.
   A. to prove the popularity and the charm of music
   B. to prove all winners are musicians before
   C. to encourage kids to choose school music program
   D. to prove the connection between success and music
51. What question did the author put to top-flight professionals?
   A. Are success related to music or not?
   B. Why do you choose music training?
   C. What’s the benefit of learning music?
   D. Why do you give up the career as a musician?
52. Which of the following is true?
   A. Everybody knows those well-known people are musicians before.
   B. Musicians exist in all industries.
   C. Music can certainly make you become a better person.
   D. Music helps Mr. Wolfensohn have a better understanding of the different culture.
53. The main idea of this passage is that ____________.
   A. many musicians are found at the top of almost any industry
   B. music plays an important role in achieving success
   C. music can provide a new way to express yourself
   D. music is an absolute necessity for everyone
54. The author develops the passage mainly _________.
   A. by classification    B. by comparison     C. by example     D. by process

D
The end of my sophomore year was approaching. Mom called me at the dorm one evening during the last week of May. My summer break would be spent with grandma and grandpa, helping out around their farm. The arrangement made good sense to all the family. I wasn’t fully convinced of that myself but guessed it was just one summer. Next year would be my little brother’s turn.
I arrived late that afternoon. Grandma had fixed more food than the three of us could possibly eat. She loved me entirely too much. The next morning, Grandpa fixed breakfast for the two of us. He told me Grandma had tired herself out yesterday and was going to rest in bed a little longer. I made a mental note to myself to not ask her to do things for me while I was there. I was there to help, not be a burden.
Weeks passed. I gradually settled into a routine of daily work with Grandpa. In the evenings I usually read or talked with Grandma. She never grew tired of hearing about college or anything I was involved in. She told me stories about her childhood, family and the early years after she and Grandpa had married.
The last Saturday in June, Grandpa suggested going fishing. We hadn’t expected what we saw when we got to the pond that morning: One of the swans was dead. Grandpa had given the pair of swans to Grandma on their 50th anniversary. “Why don’t we see about buying another one,” I suggested, hoping the situation could somehow be righted. Grandpa thought for a few moments before answering.
He finally said, “no. . . it’s not that easy, Bruce. You see, swans mate for life. ” He raised his finger to point, holding the fishing pole in his other hand. “There’s nothing we can do for the one that’s left. He has to work it out for himself. ”
A few days later, we drove by the pond while doing our morning check on the cows. We found the other swan lying near the same spot we had found the first one. It, too, was dead.
The month of July started with me and Grandpa putting up a new stretch of fence. Then July 12 came. That was the day Grandma passed away. Grandma had died suddenly that morning of a stroke. By the afternoon, my parents were there. The old house was soon crowded with relatives and Grandpa’s friends.
The funeral was held the next day. Grandpa had insisted on having it as soon as possible. On the second day after the funeral, Grandpa announced at the breakfast table, “This is a working farm. We have a lot of things to do. The rest of you should get back to your own lives. ” Most of the family had already left, but this was Grandpa’s way of telling the rest it was time for them to go home. My parents were the last to leave after lunch.
Grandpa was not a man who could outwardly express his grief around others, and we all worried about him. The rest of the summer flowed by. We stayed busy working. I thought there was something different about Grandpa but couldn’t quite put my finger on it.
September was nearing, and part of me did not want to leave. I thought of skipping the fall semester and staying around a few more months. When I mentioned it, grandpa quickly told me that my place was back at college.
The day finally came for me to pack my car and leave. I shook his hand and chanced a hug. As I drove down the driveway, I saw him in the rearview mirror. He waved to me and then walked to the pasture gate to start the morning livestock check.
Mom called me at school on a stormy October day to tell me Grandpa had died. A neighbor had stopped by that morning for coffee and found him in the kitchen. He died of a stroke, the same as Grandma. At that moment, I understood what he’d clumsily tried to explain to me about the swan on that morning we fished together by the pond.
55. We can learn from Paragraph 1 that            .
A. the brothers took turns to attend their grandparents
B. Bruce longed to enjoy himself freely on the farm
C. Bruce regarded working on the farm as a rare chance
D. Bruce was not happy with his parents’ arrangement
56. What did the writer think at the sight of the first dead swan?
A. Another swan should be bought in place of the dead one.
B. The living can do nothing for the dead.
C. The other was bound to die since swans mate for life.
D. Grandma would be in deep sorrow over its death.
57. Grandpa quickly dismissed the family after the funeral because            .
A. he took for granted the matter of life and death
B. he tended to deal with grief in life by himself
C. he wanted to carry on with his farm work
D. he didn’t want his normal life disturbed
58. By “I couldn’t put my fingers on it”, the writer means that            .
A. I was so busy that I couldn’t give a hand to Grandpa
B. I could do nothing to help him out of grief
C. I stayed busy working and couldn’t keep Grandpa’s company
D. I couldn’t tell exactly what was different about my Grandpa
59. Which of the following best describes Grandpa’s character?
A. Romantic, outgoing and loyal.             B. Outgoing, clumsy and considerate.
C. Talkative, clumsy and independent.     D. Loyal, considerate and independent.
60. Which of the following can be the best title for the passage?
A. Mate For Life         B. Unforgettable Summer Break
C. Death of Swans      D. Everlasting Love Story

第二节:下面文章中有5个段落需要添加首句(第61-65题)。请从以下选项(A、B、C、D、E和F)中选出适合各段落的首句,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. Believe that you are able to change.
B. Look for a role model.
C. Have a positive attitude.
D. Identify and understand what you want to change.
E. Choose the right company.
F. Think about how your attitude change will affect your life

 “Our attitude towards life determines life's attitude towards us.” We’ve all heard about the power of our attitude, and that it's our attitude that determines how much we succeed in life.
 61. __________ The first step towards change is clearly understanding what needs to be changed. Setting clear goals is the key to success in any endeavor. When it comes to changing your attitude, you need to do an honest and in-depth self-evaluation so you could point out exactly which of your traits need to be improved or totally changed.
62.__________ We all need to know that what we're trying to accomplish can in fact be achieved; that we can be more optimistic, more social or more patient. Find someone who has the kind of attitude that you want to have, and let his or her life give you inspiration and encouragement to move beyond your temporary failures in your journey towards becoming a better person.
63. __________ To be able to hurtle through (克服) all the difficulties that lie ahead of you in your journey towards self betterment, you need to figure out exactly what this supposed change could bring to your life. Will changing your attitude mean a happier family or social life? Will a change in your attitude mean a more successful career or business? Fix your mind on the things that would come as a result of your attitude change and you will have a greater chance of reaching your goal.
64.__________ As they say, “Bad company corrupts good character.” You don't expect yourself to be able to change if you go on surrounding yourself with people who possess all the negative traits that you want to change. Consider befriending new people, especially those who are optimistic and have a healthy attitude towards life. You will see that your effort to change will be easier with these kinds of people as friends.
 65. __________ Often, the greatest obstacle between us and our goals is ourselves or our inability to trust in what we are able to do. If you don't believe in yourself or believe that you or your life can change, it just won't happen—you will either never start, or give up quickly so you won't have even given yourself the opportunity to succeed.

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,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。
   例如:
      It was very nice to get your invitation to spend ∧ weekend with you. Luckily I was
                                            the                        am
completely free then, so I’ll to say “yes”. I’ll arrive in Bristol at around 8p.m. in Friday
on
evening.
I was playing at my cousin house. Since his family was rich than mine, he had more toys than I did. There was one on particular I’d always wanted. I put into my pocket when he wasn’t looking. I guessed, even at that age, I would never be able to enjoy to playing with the toy or faced my cousin again; I would always know I’d done something wrong. Late on, my aunt drove me home. When she dropped me off, I pulled out the toy slow and gave it back. She knows what had happened, but she thanked me and ever mentioned it again.
第二节: 书面表达(满分30分)
学校将组织一次远足活动,现有两种方案,一种是去自然风景区 (a scenic spot),另一种是去历史文化遗址 (a historical site)。假如你是李越,请你用英语给组织活动的陈老师写一封100-120个词的信,选择其中的一种方案,并陈述你的理由。
 注意:信的开头已给出(不计入词数)。
Dear Mr. Chen,
I’m writing to recommend _________________________________
________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________

Yours sincerely,
Li Yue
 

2015学年杭州地区七校模拟检测
     高三年级英语学科参考答案
最终定稿人:塘栖中学  朱炜     联系电话:18968095178

单选:
1-5 ADDBA   6-10 CCACA    11-15 DCDCB   16-20 BBBAD

完形填空(共20小题:每小题1分, 满分20分)
21-25 ACBAC  26-30 ADADB   31-35CBABC    36-40 DAADB

阅读理解
A 【答案】     41-45  BCBCD    

B 【答案】     46-49  CBBD

C【答案】      50—54 DADBC   

D【答案】      55—60 D A B D D A

任务型阅读     61----65 DBFEA

第一节:短文改错(满分10分)
【小题1】 cousin → cousin’s
【小题2】 rich →richer
【小题3】 on →in
【小题4】 put ∧into →it/that
【小题5】 enjoy to playing →去掉to
【小题6】 faced →face
【小题7】 Late →Later
【小题8】 slow →slowly
【小题9】 knows →knew
【小题10】ever →never

书面表达:
【答案】
Dear Mr. Chen,
 I’m writing to recommend that we go hiking in a scenic spot nearby for the following reasons.
 First of all, the breath-taking scenery and refreshing air can help rid us of pressure and anxiety resulting from the tight class schedule. With a relaxing and happy mood, we students will perform better in our studies. Moreover, it would be a great opportunity for us students to get close to nature and have a better idea of wild animals and plants, which our textbooks cannot provide for us. In addition, a wide variety of activities, such as a picnic, can be organized to add more fun to the trip.
 With birds singing beautifully and amazing scenery in sight, we are sure to enjoy ourselves and have a wonderful time.                           
Yours sincerely,
Li Yue

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