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2013-2014学年浙江省杭州市七校高二上学期期中联考英语试卷(带解析)

适用年级:高二 | 试卷年份:2013年 | 省份:浙江 | 试卷类型:期中考试 | 上传日期:累计组卷次数 | 下载word版

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从以下选项中选出适合个段落的首句。选项中有一项是多余的。
A、You’d better plan regularly.
B、You should build a right attitude.
C、You will benefit from a balanced study.
D、It is always better if you keep comprehensive notes.
E、It’s a good habit to share thoughts and views with other students.
F、Studying before class is as important as researching the subject after class.
Studying Tips and Techniques
If you often find yourself struggling with your studies, here are some useful tips and techniques that can help you out…
【小题1】____________ It is a common misconception that self-study can begin only after a particular topic or chapter is taught in class. You should start preparing for the class in advance. After attending classes, it is of great importance that you have time to review the notes that you have taken during the class as well as try and read more about the subject on your own. Be it (无论是)reference books, or e-books, try and find more information about your subject so that you have a comprehensive(全面的)view of the topics. Often while reading and self-studying, it happens that you come across doubts and questions that did not occur to you in the classroom. Try and answer these questions yourself with the help of books or the internet. However in case you fail to answer, write down these questions so that you remember to clarify the questions in your next class.
【小题2】____________ Involve yourself in group discussions about the subjects that you are studying. Group discussions can be a great way to broaden your viewpoint over important issues since group discussions give every group member a chance to voice their understanding, which might not necessarily be alike. Group discussions are thus a healthy and a rather informal way of exchanging information and discussing issues. Many teachers encourage the group discussion technique in their classroom as well.
【小题3】____________ No matter how much people disapprove of the process and the timetables, it is a known fact that having a clear and detailed project makes it easier for a person to reach a goal. According to your convenience, map out your daily / weekly/ monthly study. It is always better to have a weekly or a daily arrangement, so that unexpected changes in class schedules or any other changes can be taken into consideration accordingly.
【小题4】___________ Yes, there exist some species of students who burn the midnight oil. The studying process should be such that it leaves enough room for a student to join in entertainment activities and relaxation. Always chalk out a schedule that will not influence your sleep, your health, your sports / entertainment activities and other routine tasks. Also studying a single subject at a stretch (like an entire week or so), can get boring, for this reason plan a schedule that helps you switch from one subject to another in enough time.
【小题5】_________ Normally students get too caught up with grades, the percentage and the entire marking system. Always remember that if you study with the aim of acquiring knowledge, the grades will be brighter. However, if you just aim for high grades, there is a chance you might get the grades, but you will miss out on acquiring comprehensive knowledge on a particular subject. Always study with the right point of view, and you will never have to worry about your grades. Knowledge is way beyond grades.

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单项选择*

—Do you feel like ___________ there or shall we take a bus?
—I'd like to walk, but since there is no time left, I'd rather we ___________a taxi.

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– I’m sorry I can’t go to your party tonight.
-- ____________? Haven’t we agreed on it?

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-- What’s wrong with your pen?
-- The ink ___________ come out.

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The population of Africa is __________ so rapidly as to cause great concern of the whole world.                                                    

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Living with a host family while studying abroad, in which there may be some other college students, __________ you the chance to learn more about the new culture.

A.giveB.givesC.givingD.to give

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Only after Li Qi focused on his strengths instead of his weakness ___________ himself from his inferiority complex(自卑感).

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In Singapore, people who litter or dirty the street are most likely ___________.

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Joseph __________to evening classes since last month, but he still can’t say “What’s your name?” in Russian.     

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Young people are under great pressure. Therefore, parents shouldn’t expect too much from them, for it will only cause pressure to ____________.

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In a sport team each player has a clear role,and there are few occasions ___________ members are confused or uncertain of their roles.       

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At today’s meeting we are to discuss and decide on the most effective ___________ to the study of mathematics.

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The hurricane damaged many houses and business buildings; ___________, it caused 20 deaths.

A.or else B.thereforeC.after all D.besides

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、Amy thought it was __________ to read English newspapers every day so she subscribed to(订阅)the 21st Century.

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With globalization ___________ the world, learning foreign languages, particularly English, will become increasingly necessary if France is to compete economically.

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What ___________ pleasant surprise! I’ll tell Richard about it ___________ minute he comes home.

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Half a year before graduation from college, my son began to seek a job.         the financial crisis, fewer companies would like to         new staff. My son targeted a company that was        to hire only one person        there were more than twenty people filling their resumes.
After the interview, there would only be 3 who could enter the final round, which would later      one person to be employed. Everything seemed to go quite        and my son passed the first round and entered the final round in a week.
On the day of the final interview, my son and other two         arrived at the interview place on time,           the test. Unexpectedly, the interview was unbelievably        . The interviewer only said to them,
“All of you are very super. Please go home and wait for our       . We will tell you the        in 3 days. Good luck to all of you!” On the morning of the third day, my son received a text from the company shortly after breakfast that he was not employed. We all felt very        .
In nightfall that day, my son suddenly told me         on the phone, “Dad, I have been employed!” Greatly surprised, I could not wait to ask him, “What’s the whole        ?” My son told me that he received another text saying that he was employed. Actually the first text sent to my son was also         of the test in the interview. Three men received the same text this morning and only my son’s         was “Thank you” while the others said “Goodbye”.
Only then did I know that my son’s “hope”       in that way. That is, when you feel disappointed, do not         to say “thank you” to the one who disappoints you. Saying “thank you” shows respect for others’ work and shows your grand        . Therefore, while under the same condition, you will get the upper hand in terms of         compared with others!

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When you meet someone for the first time, you will form an impression in your mind of that person in the first moment. Your reactions to other people, however, are really just barometers (晴雨表) for how you perceive(理解) yourself. Your reactions to others say more about you than they do about others. You cannot really love or hate something about another unless it reflects something you love or hate yourself. We are usually drawn to those who are most like us and tend to dislike those who display those aspects of ourselves that we dislike.
Therefore, you can allow others to be the mirror to illuminate (阐明;照亮) more clearly your own feelings of self-worth. Conversely(相反地), you can view the people you judge negatively as mirrors to show you what you are not accepting about yourself.
To survive together peacefully with others, you will need to learn tolerance. A big challenge is to shift your perspective from judgment of others to a lifelong exploration of yourself. Your task is to assess all the decisions, judgments you make onto others and to begin to view them as clues to how you can heal yourself and become whole.
Several days ago I had a business lunch with a man who displayed objectionable table manners. My first reaction was to judge him as rude and his table manners as annoying. When I noticed that I was judging him, I stopped and asked myself what I was feeling. I discovered that I was embarrassed to be seen with someone who was chewing with his mouth open and loudly blowing his nose. I was astonished to find how much I cared about how the other people in the restaurant perceived me.
Remember that your judgment of someone will not serve as a protective shield against you becoming like him. My judging my lunch partner as rude does not prevent me from ever looking or acting like him. In the same way, extending tolerance to him would not cause me to suddenly begin chewing my food with my mouth open.
When you approach life in this manner, those with whom you have the greatest dissatisfactions as well as those you admire and love can be seen as mirrors, guiding you to discover parts of yourself that you reject and to embrace your greatest quality. 
【小题1】We can know from the passage that the author advises people to _____________.

A.avoid inappropriate manners.
B.learn tolerance towards others.
C.pay attention to others’ needs and feelings.
D.judge others favorably in any case.
【小题2】The underlined word “objectionable” in Paragraph 4 has the closest meaning to ____________.
A.discouragingB.satisfyingC.unpleasantD.acceptable
【小题3】According to the passage, the following statements are all true except _____________.
A.You can’t really love or hate others if they are similar to you.
B.We are easily attracted by someone who is similar to us.
C.Our first judgment of a person mostly comes from our personal opinion.
D.The moment we see a stranger, our mind forms an impression of that person.
【小题4】Throughout the entire story, the last paragraph serves as a(n) ______________.
A.explanationB.exampleC.backgroundD.conclusion
【小题5】It can be implied from the text that ___________.
A.the writer’s first reaction to the man was to judge him as offensive
B.we will need to learn tolerance to coexist with others
C.we shouldn’t focus on judging others but should constantly reflect on our own
D.the writer didn’t care about other people’s view of him

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Write a winning story!
You could win £1,000 in this year’s Fiction Prize and have your story printed in Keep Writing magazine. Ten other lucky people will win a cheque for £100.
Once again, we need people who can write good stories. The judges, who include Mary Littlejohn, the novelist, Michael Brown, the television reporter, and Susan Hitchins, the editor of Keep Writing, are looking for interesting and original stories. Detective fiction was extremely popular last year, although the competition winner produced a love story. You can write down about whatever you want but here’s some advice to start your thinking:
Write about what you know
This is the advice which every writer should pay attention to and, last year, nearly everyone who wrote for us did exactly that. Love, family, problems with friends ---- these were the main subjects of the stories. However, you need to turn ordinary situations into something interesting that people will want to read about. Make the reader want to continue reading by writing about ordinary things in a new and surprising way.
Get your facts right
It’s no good giving a description of a town or explaining how a jet engine works if you get it wrong. So avoid writing anything unless you’re certain about it.
Hold the reader’s attention
Make the beginning interesting and the ending a surprise. There is nothing worse than a poor ending. Develop the story carefully and try to think of something unusual happening at the end.
Think about the characters
Try to bring the people in your story alive for the reader by using well-chosen words to make them seem real.
Your story must be your own work, between 2,000 and 2,5000 words and typed, double-spaced, on one side only of each sheet of paper.
Even if you’re in danger of missing the closing date, we are unable to accept stories by fax or email. You must include the application form with your story. Unfortunately your story cannot be returned, nor can we discuss our decisions.
You should not have had any fiction printed in any magazine or book in this country ---- a change in the rules by popular request ---- and the story must not have happened in print or in recorded form, for example on radio or TV, anywhere in the world.
Your fee of £5 will go to the Writers’ Association. Make your cheque payable to Keep Writing and send it with the application form and your story to:
Keep Writing
75 Broad Street Birmingham
B12 4TG
The closing date is 30 July and we will inform the winner within one month of this date. Please note that if you win, you must agree to have your story printed in our magazine.
【小题1】How should writers deal with ordinary situations while writing?

A.They should make them appealing to readers.* f/ f$ X) D C# M2 [3 G Q
B.They should copy others’ ideas.* f/ f$ X) D C# M2 [3 G Q
C.They should change some facts to make them interesting. * f/ f$ X) D C# M2 [3 G Q
D.They should describe them as they are.* f/ f$ X) D C# M2 [3 G Q
【小题2】What shouldn’t a writer do?
A.Making the contents interesting.* f/ f$ X) D C# M2 [3 G QB.Getting the facts right.* f/ f$ X) D C# M2 [3 G Q
C.Meeting the deadline.* f/ f$ X) D C# M2 [3 G QD.Making the end ordinary.* f/ f$ X) D C# M2 [3 G Q
【小题3】Writers should present their works in the following ways except that ____________.
A.they should write originally* f/ f$ X) D C# M2 [3 G Q
B.they can type their stories as they like* f/ f$ X) D C# M2 [3 G Q
C.they should follow some rules* f/ f$ X) D C# M2 [3 G Q
D.they should hand in their stories in time* f/ f$ X) D C# M2 [3 G Q
【小题4】Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage?
A.Late stories can be faxed if necessary.* f/ f$ X) D C# M2 [3 G Q
B.Entry needs no fee.* f/ f$ X) D C# M2 [3 G Q
C.Winners can have their stories printed in other magazines.* f/ f$ X) D C# M2 [3 G Q
D.All stories should be presented by mail.* f/ f$ X) D C# M2 [3 G Q

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My parents have certainly had their troubles, and as their child I’ll never know how they made it to 38 years of marriage. They loved each other, but they didn’t seem to like each other very much. Dad was too fond of his beer, and he talked down to Mom a lot. When she tried to stand up to him, a fight would unavoidably follow.
It was my dad’s disease that began to change things. The year 1998 was the beginning of a remarkable transformation for my family. My father, Jim Dineen, the always healthy, weightlifting, never-missed-a-day-of-work kind of dad, discovered he had kidney (肾)disease.
The decision to go ahead with a transplant for my father was a long and tough one, mostly because he had liver damage too. One physician’s assistant told him, “According to your file, you’re supposed to be dead.” And for a while, doctors mistakenly thought that he would need not just a kidney transplant, but a liver transplant too. Dad’s future hung in midpoint.
When the donor testing process finally began in the spring of 2003, numerous people, including me, my uncle Tom, and my mom, came back as matches of varying degree. But Mom was the one who insisted on going further. She decided to donate a kidney to my father. She said she was not scared, and it was the right thing to do. We all stepped back in amazement.
At last a date was chosen – November 11, 2003. All of a sudden, the only thing that seemed to matter Dad was telling the world what a wonderful thing Mom was doing for him. A month before the surgery, he sent her birthday flowers with a note that read, “I love you and I love your kidney! Thank you!”
Financially, the disease was upsetting to them. So my sister and I were humbled and surprised when, shortly before his surgery day, Dad handed us a diamond jewelry that we were to give to Mom after the operation. He’d accumulated his spare dollars to buy it.
At the hospital on the day of the transplant, all our relatives and friends gathered in the waiting room and became involved in a mean euchre (尤克牌游戏) tournament. My family has always handled things with a lot of laughter, and even though we were all tense, everybody was taking bets on how long this “change of conduct” would last in my parents.
We would inform Dad that if he chose to act like a real pain on any particular day after the operation, he wasn’t allowed to blame it on PMS just because he’d now have a female kidney.
The surgeries went well, and not long afterward, my sister and I were allowed to go in to visit. Dad was in a great deal of pain but again, all he could talk about was Mom. Was she okay? How was she feeling? Then the nurses let us do something unconventional. As they were wheeling Mom out of recovery room, they rolled her into a separate position to visit Dad. It was strange to see both my parents hooked up to IVs and machines and trying to talk to each other through tears. The nurses allowed us to present the diamond jewelry to Mom so that Dad could watch her open it. Everyone was crying, even the nurses.
As I stood with digital camera in hand, I tried to keep the presence of mind to document the moment. My dad was having a hard time fighting back emotion, and suddenly my parents unexpectedly reached out to hold each other’s hands.
In my nearly 35 years of existence, I’d never seen my parents do that, and I was spellbound. I snapped a picture and later rushed home to make sure I’d captured that enormous, life-defining moment. After so many years of disagreement, it was apparent to me that they finally understood how much each loved the other. 65—70
【小题1】From the first paragraph we can learn that ____________.

A.Dad was fond of drinking' b* Z4 d, c9 A$ e9 fB.My parents got along well' b* Z4 d, c9 A$ e9 f
C.Dad often beat Mom' b* Z4 d, c9 A$ e9 fD.Mom never obeyed Dad' b* Z4 d, c9 A$ e9 f
【小题2】The underlined part “Dad’s future hung in midpoint” in Para.3 suggests that ____________.
A.Dad was bound to die' b* Z4 d, c9 A$ e9 f
B.Dad came to a serious moment in his life' b* Z4 d, c9 A$ e9 f
C.Dad’s future was decided by doctors' b* Z4 d, c9 A$ e9 f
D.Dad faced a tough decision in his life' b* Z4 d, c9 A$ e9 f
【小题3】Before the surgery, which of the following words can best describe the feeling of the families?
A.Worried and negative.' b* Z4 d, c9 A$ e9 fB.Anxious and helpless.' b* Z4 d, c9 A$ e9 f
C.Nervous but optimistic.' b* Z4 d, c9 A$ e9 fD.Relaxed and positive.' b* Z4 d, c9 A$ e9 f
【小题4】Which of the following is TRUE according the passage?
A.Dad bought a diamond jewelry to Mom for their wedding anniversary.' b* Z4 d, c9 A$ e9 f
B.Dad asked the nurse to visit Mom soon after the operation.' b* Z4 d, c9 A$ e9 f
C.Despite a lot of pain, Dad was eager to know Mom’s condition soon after the operation.' b* Z4 d, c9 A$ e9 f
D.On the day of the transplant, the families involved in a euchre tournament to relax themselves.' b* Z4 d, c9 A$ e9 f
【小题5】What’s in the writer’s photo?
A.Everyone was crying, even the nurses.' b* Z4 d, c9 A$ e9 f
B.His parents were trying to talk to each other.' b* Z4 d, c9 A$ e9 f
C.Dad watched Mom opening the gift.' b* Z4 d, c9 A$ e9 f
D.His parents were holding each other’s hands.' b* Z4 d, c9 A$ e9 f
【小题6】What’s the best title for the passage?
A.Dad’s disease' b* Z4 d, c9 A$ e9 fB.Mom’s decision' b* Z4 d, c9 A$ e9 fC.The Gift of Life' b* Z4 d, c9 A$ e9 fD.The photo of hands' b* Z4 d, c9 A$ e9 f

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下面短文中共有10处错误,错误涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。
增加:在缺词处加一个漏词符号(∧),并在此符号下面写出该加的词。
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。
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Lin Qiaozhi, lived from 1901 to 1983, was a specialist in women’s diseases. She lived in a generation that girls’ education was second to boys’. It was hard work and determination which got her into medical school. What made her success later on was the kindness and consideration she showed to her patients. There is story after story of how she, tiring after a day’s work, went late at night to deliver a baby for a poor family who could not pay for her. She was said to have devoted her whole life to her patients and safe delivered about 50,000 babies. She also wrote a book intended for woman in the countryside, explaining how to cut the death rate from having or caring for babies.

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请用英语写一篇100个词左右的短文,记述一件发生在你身上(边)的助人为乐的事迹。要求如下:
1. 描述事情经过;   2. 谈谈你的感想。
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