浙江省绍兴二中高三 2017 届英语上学期第四次月考（文科）试 卷
本试卷分第Ⅰ卷（选择题）和第Ⅱ卷（非选择题）两部分。第Ⅰ卷 1 至 12 页。第Ⅱ卷 13 至 14 页。考试结束，将本试卷和答题卡一并交回。
注意事项： 1. 答题前，考生在答题卡上务必用黑色签字笔将自己的姓名、准考证号填写清楚，并贴好 条形码。请认真核准条形码上的准考证号、姓名和科目。 2. 每小题选出答案后，用 2B 铅笔把答题卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑，如需改动，用橡 皮擦干净后，再选涂其他答案标号，在试题卷上作答无效。 第一部分 听力(共两节，满分 30 分) 做题时，先将答案标在试卷上。录音内容结束后，你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上答案转涂到 答题卡上。 第一节（共 5 小题;每小题 1.5 分，满分 7.5 分） 听下面 5 段对话。 每段对话后有一个小题， 从题中所给的 A、 B、 C 三个选项中选出最佳选项， 并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后，你都有 10 秒的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一 小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 1.What will the two speakers do when they get together? A. to discuss the spring sales meeting. B. To discuss the Dominion Light. C. To discuss with Great Forest.
2.What can you infer the man thinks of winter? A. He dislikes winter. B. he likes winter very much. C. He has exercise in the morning in winter.
3.Where does the conversation probably take place? A. At a hospital. B. At a cliniC.C. At a chemist’s
4.How many patients die every day as a result of colo-rectal malignancy (结肠、 直肠恶性病变)? A. 88. B. 18.C. 50.
5.Who will meet the woman when she goes for an interview?
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A. Sam Adams.
B. Helen Jordan.C. David Jones.
第二节(共 15 小题;每小题 1.5 分，满分 22.5 分) 听下面 5 段对话。 每段对话后有几个小题， 从题中所给的 A、 B、 C 三个选项中选出最佳选项， 并标在试卷的相应位置。 听每段对话前， 你将有时间阅读各个小题， 每小题 5 秒钟； 听完后， 各小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话读两遍。 听第 6 段材料，回答第 6、7 题。 6.What kind of courses do summer schools offer? A. Courses on British history. B. Language courses.C. Teacher training courses.
7.How much has the woman got as her change? A. Twelve cents. B. Four cents.C. Eighty cents.
听第 7 段材料，回答第 8、9 题。 8.How does the man control his weight? A. By doing physical exercises. B. By eating anything he wants.C. By eating fruits only.
9.What did one of her friends do for her? A.He went here and there for some special medicine for her. B.He sent out message to doctors around the world through Internet. C.He posted a lot of letters to all doctors in the world.
听第 8 段材料，回答第 10 至 12 题。 10.How long will the cream start to work? A. After a week. B. Within a month.C. Within a week.
11.What does the woman imply about Sam? A. It’s harmful for him to use his voice. C. He hasn’t been taking his medicine.
B. he needs to see a doctor.
12.Which of the following is untrue according to the passage? A.Swiss people are very friendly. B.In evening, everybody is enjoying in the music show in the concert hall. C.Switzerland has a favorable climate for sporting activities.
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听第 9 段材料，回答第 13 至 16 题。 13.What is the place famous for? A. Silk, pottery (陶器) and its Lantern (灯笼) Festival. Lantern Festival. C. Silk, pottery and its Nightingale’s (夜莺) Day.
B. Silk, china and its
14.How much will the man pay if his parcel is one kilogram by regular mail? A. 18.25 dollars. B. 20 dollars.C. About 6.08 dollars.
15.What does the woman see when she passes the lake? A. Lots of people collecting fish there. B. Lots of people sitting there playing cards. C. Lots of people fishing there.
16.How much will a worker be paid at least a week by 2004 if the proposal of the CWU is passed? A. 250. B. 450.C. 500.
听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题。 17.What’s wrong with the man? A.There’s something wrong with his tooth and he has got a flue, too. B.There’s something wrong with his head as well as his mouth. C.Nothing wrong with him.
18.What happened to a girl at Oxford University? A.She fell in illness all of a sudden and lost her consciousness (知觉). B.She was knocked down and taken to a hospital in a hurry. C.She fell off from a high place and lost her consciousness.
19.What does the man mean? A.He wonders whether the new chef (厨师) is an improvement. B.He hopes the new chef will stay longer than the old one did. C.He’s going to see the new chef tonight.
20.Which lift do the two speakers take? A. One of the lifts on the left. B. One of the lifts on the right. C. One of the lifts in the middle.
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第一部分 英语知识运用（共两节，满分 45 分） 第一节 单项填空(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分，满分 15 分) 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 21. I’ve ordered some pizza, so we ____ worry about cooking when we get home tired. A. can’t B. dare not C, needn’t D. may not
22. Group activities will be organized after class __ children develop team spirit. A. helping B, having helped C. helped D. to help
23. We’ll reach the sales targets in a month _____ the year. A. which B. where C. when D. what
we set at the beginning of
24. There is some doubt A.that B.which
he is the best man for the job. C.whether D.why
25. On hearing the news of the accident in the coal mine, she A．got B．changed C．went D．appeared
26. Film has a much shorter history, especially when such art forms as music and painting. A. compared to B. comparing to C. compare to D. having compared to
I’m concerned,he had worked in a car factory before he became a soldier. A.As long as B.As far as C.So long as D.As well as
29.He was once in low spirits and even considered . A.to go away B.to going away C.going away D.having gone away
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30. He and trained in this way. A . has been brought up B. has brought up C. has been brought in D. has brought in
31. Mary is really good at taking notes in class. She can teacher says. A. put out B. put down C. put away
almost every word her D. put together
32. You’d better write down her phone number before you ____ it. A. forget B. are forgetting c. forgot D. will forget
33. You are late for the appointment again.I don’t want to make friends with a(n) man. A.rude B.punctual C.strict D.unpunctual
34. When I got off the crowded bus,I found my pocket the important documents gone. A.picked B.stolen C.missing D.lost
and the disk in it with
35. regular exercise is very importan, it’s never a good idea to exercise too close to bed room. A.If B.As C.Although D. Unless
第二节 完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文，从短文后所给各题的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中，选出可以填入空白处的 最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 When I come across a good article in reading newspapers, I often want to cut and keep it. But just as I am about to do so I find the article on the 1 side is as much interesting. It may be a discussion of the way to 2 in good health, or 3 about how to behave and conduct oneself in society. If I cut the front article, the opposite one is likely to 4 damage, leaving out half of it or keeping the text 5 the title. Therefore, the scissors would 6 before they start, 7 halfway done when I find out the 8 result. Sometimes two things are to be done at the same time, both worth your 9 . You can only take up one of them, the other has to wait or be 10 up. But you know
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the future is unpredictable (不可预料的)—the changed situation may not allow you to do what is left 11 . Thus you are 12 in a difficult position and feel sad. How 13 that nice chances and brilliant ideas should gather around all at once? It may happen that your life 14 greatly on your preference of one choice to the other. In fact that is what 15 is like: we are often 16 with the two opposite sides of a thing which are both desirable like a newspaper cutting. It often occurs that your attention is drawn to one thing only 17 we get into another. The 18 may be more important than the latter and give rise to divided mind. I 19 remember a philosopher’s remarks: “When one door shuts, another opens in life.” So a casual (不经意) 20 may not be a bad one. 1. A. front 2. A. get 3. A. advice 4. A. suffer 5. A. on 6. A. use 7. A. or 8. A. satisfying impossible 9. A. courage 10. A. given 11. A. near behind 12. A. filled struck 13. A. dares 14. A. improves 15. A. study 16. A. faced 17. A. before 18. A. following 19. A. still 20. A. treatment remark B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. same keep news reduce for handle but regretful C. either C. lead C. a theory C. prevent C. without C. prepare C. so C. surprising C. attention C. made C. about C. caught C. deals progresses C. nature connected C. until above once C. choice D. opposite bring a report D. cause off D. stay for D.
D. D. D. D.
B. strength B. held B. alone B. attracted B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. comes changes society supplied after next also action
D. patience D. picked D. D. D. does D. goes D. life D. fixed D. as D. former D. almost D.
C. C. C. C.
第三部分 阅读理解(共 20 小题;每小题 2 分，满分 40 分) 阅读下列短文，从每题所给的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中，选出最佳选项，并在答题卡 上将该项涂黑。 A In 1909 an English newspaper offered ￡ 1,000 to the first man to fly across
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the English Channel in an aeroplane. Today, modern jets cross it in minutes. But at that time it still seemed a good distance. The race to win the money soon became a race between two men. Both were very colourful. One was Louis Bleriot. He owned a factory in France that made motor car lamps. He was already well known as a pilot (飞行员) because he had had accidents several times. Some people laughed at him. One man said, “He may not be the first to fly across the Channel but he will certainly be the first to die in an accident!” But Bleriot was really a good and brave pilot. He also had many good ideas about aeroplane design. The other man was Hubert Latham. He was half French and half English. He took up flying when his doctors told him he had only a year to live. “Oh, well,” he said, “if I’ m going to die soon, I think I shall have a dangerous and interesting life now.” Latham was the first to try the flight (飞行) across the Channel. Ten kilometres from the French coast, his plane had some trouble. It fell down into the water and began to sink under the water. A boat reached Latham just in time. He was sitting calmly on the wing and was coolly lighting a cigarette (香烟). Bleriot took off six days later. He flew into some very bad weather and very low cloud. He somehow got to the English side and landed in a farmer’s field. When he did so, a customs (海关) officer rushed up to his plane. Planes have changed since then, but customs officers have not. “Have you anything to declare?” The officer demanded. 1. The story took place ____ . A. in the early 20th century B. in the 19th century C. right after World War I D. at a time not mentioned in the passage 2. Bleriot was well known as a piton because ____ . A. he was unusually brave B. he was quite rich C. he had many good ideas about aeroplane design D. he had had a few accidents 3. The flight for Bleriot was ____ . A. a sad one B. a dangerous one C. his first one D. an easy one 4. Why did Hubert Latham want to fly across the Channel? A. He thought he could manage it easily. B. He wanted to be the first one to cross the Channel. C. He knew he only had a year to live. D. He had always been interested in flying. 5. Which of the following is NOT true? A. Latham became a pilot on the doctor’s advice. B. He was told he could live another year. C. His plane had some trouble. D. He was saved by a boat when his plane was sinking. 6. Why did the costumes officer rush to the plane? A. To see if everything was all right with the plane. B. To make sure that the pilot was not hurt. C. To ask why the plane had landed in a farmer’s field.
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D. None of the above. 7. “Do you have anything to declare?” means ____ . A. “Do you want any help?” B. “Is there anything wrong?” C. “Have you brought anything on which custom duties must be paid?” D. “Do you have anything to say to the public?”
B The flying fox is not a fox at all. It is an extra large bat that has got a fox’ s head, and that feeds on fruit instead of insects (昆虫). Like all bats, flying foxes hang themselves by their toes when at rest, and travel in great crowds when out flying. A group will live in one spot for years. Sometimes several hundred of them occupy (占据) a single tree. As they return to the tree toward sunrise, they quarrel among themselves and fight for the best places until long after daylight. Flying foxes have babies once a year, giving birth to only one at a time. At first the mother has to carry the baby on her breast wherever she goes. Later she leaves it hanging up, and brings back food for it to eat. Sometimes a baby bat falls down to the ground and squeaks (尖叫) for help. Then the older ones swoop (俯冲) down and try to pick it up. If they fail to do so, it will die. Often hundreds of dead baby bats can be found lying on the ground at the foot of a tree. 1. The passage tells us that there is no difference between the flying fox and the ordinary bat in______. A. their size. B. their appearance. C. the kind of food they eat. D. the way they rest. 2. Flying foxes tend to ______. A. double (翻一番) their number every year. B. fight and kill a lot of themselves. C. move from place to place constantly. D. lose a lot of their young. 3. At daybreak every day flying foxes begin to______. A. fly out toward the sun. B. look for a new resting place. C. come back to their home. D. go out and look for food. 4. Flying foxes have fights ______. A. to occupy the best resting places. B. only when it is dark. C. to protect their homes from outsiders (外来者). D. when there is not enough food. 5. How do flying foxes care for their young? A. They only care for their own babies.
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B. They share the feeding of their young. C. They help when a baby bat is in danger. D. They often leave home and forget their young.
C Hank Viscardi was born without legs. He had—not legs but stumps(残肢) that could he fitted with a kind of special boots, People stared at him with cruel interest. Children laughed at him and called him ‘Ape Man’ (猿人) because his arms practically dragged on the ground. Hank went to school like other boys. His grades were good and he needed only eight years to finish his schooling instead of the usual twelve. After graduating from school, he worked his way through college. He swept floors, waited on table, or worked in one of the college offices. During all this busy life, he had been moving around on his stumps. But one day the doctor told him even the stumps were not going to last much longer. He would soon have to use a wheel chair. Hank felt himself got cold all over. However, the doctor said there was a chance that he could be fitted with artificial legs(假腿). Finally a leg maker was found and the day came when Hank stood up before the mirror, For the first time he saw himself as he has always wanted to be——a full five feet eight inches tall. By this time he was already 26 years old. Hank had to learn to use his new legs. Again and again he marched the length of the room , and marched back again. There were times when he fell down on the floor, but he pulled himself up and went back to the endless marching. He went out on the street. He climbed stairs and learned to dance. He built a boat and learned to sail it. When World War II came , he talked the Red Cross into giving him a job. He took the regular training. he marched and drilled along with the other soldiers. Few knew that he was legless. This was the true story of Hank Viscardi, a man without legs. 1. Children laughed at Hank and called him ‘Ape Man’ because ______. A. he didn’t talk to them B. he kept away from them C. his arms touched the ground when he moved D. he couldn’t use his arms 2. It can be inferred from the story that five feet eight inches tall is ______. A. an average height for a fully grown person B. too tall for an average person C. too short for an average person D. none of the above 3. The sentence “he talked the Red Cross into giving him a job” implies that the Red Cross _____. A. was only glad to give him a job B. gave him a job because he was a good soldier
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C. gave him a job after he talked to someone whom he knew in the organization D. was not willing to give him a job at first 4. When Hank marched and drilled along with the other soldiers, he ______. A. did everything the other soldiers did B. did most of the things the other soldiers did C. did some of the things the other soldiers did D. took some special training 5. The writer suggests that Hank Viscardi _______. A. had no friends B. never saw himself as different from others C. was very shy D. was too proud to accept help from others
D The cultural and natural values of Kakadu National Park were recognized internationally when the Park was placed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. This is an international register of properties that are recognized as having outstanding cultural or natural values of international significance. Kakadu is the largest national park in Australia and is the second largest national park in the world. Kakadu is a biological wonderland, which is almost 8,000 square miles. The wildlife in Kakadu National Park includes over 280 kinds of birds, 60 kinds of native mammals, 55 kinds of freshwater fish, thousands of insects, and many reptiles, the most famous of which is the salt-water crocodile. All life in the park depends on water. Kakadu is not only home to the wildlife but the area is also famous for the longest continuous human culture that exists in the world. Aborigines have been living in this area for at least 40,000 years. The descendants( 后 裔 ) of these First Australians still live in Kakadu today. Kakadu contains one of the longest continuous records of rock art in the world, with around 5,000 paintings, with rock sites dating back 25,000 years. More than 1,000 sites have been recorded. Kakadu has been given double World Heritage status by the United Nations. It is one of only 17 of the 469 World heritage Areas listed for both natural and cultural values. It is Australia’s largest national park, but it isn’t just the size that surprises visitors—it is the sense of something very old and grand. Creation of the 500 km escarpment (悬崖) began 2,000 million years ago. Today those gorges are filled with rainforests, washed by waterfalls. Kakadu is one of the world’s special places. It is hard to pick the ideal time to visit Kakadu. In the wet season large areas of the park are closed to the public. It would not be possible to enter or exit from the park through the Kakadu Highway. Most of the people there agree that the best time to visit is at the end of the dry season. Some areas of Kakadu have restricted visiting times, and some are not open to the general public. Over 230 000 tourists visit Kakadu National Park every year. As you enter Kakadu National Park, you will be required to buy a permit. Part
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of this money is paid to the Traditional Owners of the land and the rest is given to the repairs of the park. 6. Why does the author mention so much wildlife in Paragraph 1? A. To represent the scene of the nature. B. To attract readers’ attention. C. To take the wildlife for example. D. To show the value of the park. 7. Kakadu is given double World Heritage status by the United Nations because of _____. A. the descendants of these First Australians still in Kakadu today B. the particular environment and the unusual rock art C. the longest continuous human culture that exists in the world D. Aborigines living in this area for at least 40,000 years 8. The followings are mentioned in the passage except _____. A. living things in Kakadu B. the escarpment and the gorges C. the history of the park D. the weather of the area 9. The underlined word gorges in Paragraph 3 means _____. A. narrow valleys between hills or mountains B. buildings where cases are determined C. large and open structures for sports events D. places where something is located 10. What does the author advise visitors to do when they go to Kakadu? A. To get more information about the special place. B. To make a better choice between the wet and dry season. C. Not to enter the national park without permission. D. Not to go there through the Kakadu Highway.
E It doesn’t matter when or how much a person sleeps, but everyone needs some rest to stay alive. That’ s what all doctors thought, until they heard about AI Herpin. AI Herpin, it was said, never slept, Could this be true? The doctors decided to see this strange man themselves. AI Herpin was 90 years old when the doctors came to his home in New Jersey. They thought for sure that he got some sleep of some kind. So they stayed with him and watched every movement he made. But they were surprised . Though they watched him hour after hour and day after day, they never saw Herpin sleeping , In fact, he did not even own a bed. He never needed one. The only rest that Herpin sometimes got was sitting in a comfortable chair and reading newspapers. The doctors were puzzled by this strange continuous sleeplessness. They found only one answer that might explain his condition. Herpin remembered some talk about his mother having been injurted(伤害)several days before he was born. But that was all. Was this the real reason? No one could be sure.
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Herpin died at the age of 94. 1. The main idea of this passage is that _______. A. large numbers of people do not need sleep B. a person was found who actually didn’t need any sleep C. everyone needs some sleep to stay alive D. people can live longer by trying not to sleep 2. The doctors came to visit Herpin , expecting to ______. A. cure him of his sleeplessness B. find that his sleeplessness was not really true C. find a way to free people from the need of sleeping D. find out why some old people didn’t need any sleep 3. After watching him closely, the doctors came to believe that AL Herpin ________. A. was too old to need any sleep B. often slept in a chair C. needed no sleep at all D. needed some kind of sleep 4. One reason that might explain Herpin’s sleeplessness was ________. A. that he hadn’t got a bed B. that he had gradually got rid of the sleeping habit C. his mother ’ s injury before he was born D. his magnificent physical condition 5. AI Herpin’s condition could be regarded as ______. A. a common one B. one that could be cured C. very healthy D. a rare one
浙江省绍兴二中高三 2017 届英语上学期第四次月考（文科）试 卷
注意事项： 3. 答题前，考生在答题卡上用黑色签字笔将自己的姓名、准考证号填写清楚，然后贴好条 形码。请认真核准条形码上的准考证号、姓名和科目。 4. 第Ⅱ卷共 2 页，请用黑色签字笔在答题卡上各题的答题区域内作答，在试题卷上作答无 效。 第四部分 写作(共两节，满分 35 分) 第一节 短文改错（共 10 小题;每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） Dear Sally, Now I’d like to tell you something about my part-time job, in it I work like a guide
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in a travel agency. This is the first time when I have earned money. I’ve realized what hard my parents work to support for the family. I was used to ask them for money, but now I’ll never waste money or learn to share worry with my parents. I’ve learnt how to get along well with other. What’s more, I have gained some social experience and I have learnt something can’t be learnt from textbooks. In the word, I had a wonderfully and valuable summer vacation. 第二节 书面表达(满分 25 分) 用英语给朋友写一个便条，告诉她今天早晨开会你去晚了，因为自行车出故障了。 请她别生气。
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