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富阳二中 2015 学年第一学期高三英语开学考试题

第一部分:听力(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分;满分 30 分) 第一节 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 秒钟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 is the man trying to do? A. Get some small change. meter. 2. Whose English dictionary is the cheapest? A. The woman’s. 3. What does the woman mean? A. The man should consume less salt. B. The man should get the food himself. C. The man should eat fewer fatty foods and more fruits and vegetables. 4. Why is Tracy so happy? A. She has received the latest issue of the journal. B. She has won a prize for her research. C. She has got her paper published. 5. What does the woman mean? A. She is excited to have lunch with the man. B. She can’t go with the man. C. There was something wrong with the man this morning. 第二节 听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有 2 至 4 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。听每段对话或独白前,你将有 5 秒钟的 时间阅读各个小题;听完后,各小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听下面一段对话,回答第 6 至第 8 题 6. What has the woman done? A. She has ordered a big cake. B. The man’s. C. Joan’s. B. Cash a check at a bank. C. Find a parking

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B. She has made the invitations. C. She has planned the activities. 7. What will be served at the party? A. Red wine. B. French dishes. C. Chicken and beef.

8. What does the man think is a great idea? A. That the woman had planned the menu. B. That the woman hired two people to help her. C. That the woman prepared some paper products. 听下面一段对话,回答第 9 至第 11 题 9. Where are the speakers probably? A. In the hospital. B. In a gym. C. In a studio.

10. According to the man, how can people reduce stress? A. By trying a new way of thinking. B. By taking some sleeping pills. C. By changing the way of doing exercise. 11. What does the man advise people to do? A. Take breaks during the day. B. Run down the stairs. C. Take a five-minute walk at lunchtime. 听下面一段对话,回答第 12 至第 14 题 12. What is the man about to do? A. Buy some new movies. B. Go to the cinema. C. Rent some movies. 13. What’s the price of a new movie per day? A. 2 dollars. B. 3.5 dollars. C. 5 dollars.

14. When does the conversation take place? A. On Tuesday. B. On Wednesday. C. On Thursday.

听下面一段对话,回答第 15 至第 17 题 15. What does the woman try to do in the conversation?
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A. To make the man feel happy. B. To persuade the man to shop with his kids. C. To convince the man Christmas is worth spending. 16. When does the conversation take place? A. At a Christmas party. B. Not long before Christmas. C. On some day of April. 17. What will the man most probably do after the conversation? A. Pay off Christmas bills. B. Try to earn more money. C. Prepare for Christmas. 听下面一段独白,回答第 18 至第 20 题 18. Where do people believe the left hand is unclean? A. In Malaysia. B. In Pakistan. C. In Indonesia.

19. When might elderly westerners be offended? A. When others try to help them without their agreement. B. When others teach them new things. C. When others ask too many questions. 20. Why don’t Italians give handkerchiefs as gifts? A. Handkerchiefs mean saying goodbye. B. Handkerchiefs are used in funerals. C. Handkerchiefs are connected with unhappy feelings. 第二部分: 单项选择(共 20 小题,每小题 0.5 分,满分 10 分) 21. --- Would she mind playing against her former teammates? --- ______ She is willing to play against any tough players. A.I think so. C. Of course. B. I’m not surprised. D. Not likely!

22. The hurricane came to ______end at midnight, having caused _______ great damage to the crops of our town. A. /; a B. /; / C. an; a D. an; /
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23. To drink a glass of water before breakfast seemed to me a rule______. A. to never break C. never to have broken B. never to be broken D. never to be breaking

24. I can’t say a thank-you ______ much. I couldn’t have succeeded without your help. A. too B. quite C. that D. very

25. Great changes have taken place in that school. It is no longer _________ it was 20 years ago, _______ was so poorly equipped. A. what, when B. what, which C. which, when D. that, which

26. ---- I don’t think I can go there with you as planned because something urgent has ________. ---- What a shame! A. come up B. cleared up C. stayed up D. set up

27. The British boy Oscar Wrigley, aged 2, has an IQ of more than 160, _________ to that of Albert Einstein and Steven Hawking. A. addicted B. fair B. sensitive D. equal

28. If you have any doubts about your health, you’d better ________ your doctor at once. A. convince B. consult C. avoid D. affect

29. Why do you turn to me for help ________ you can easily work out the problem independently? A. until B. after C. unless D. when

30. ----Why _______ you be talking so loudly while we are sleeping? ---- I am terribly sorry. A. shall B. must C. will D. may

31. This new English-English dictionary is useful for me. __________, I’ll buy it. A. How much may it cost C. However much it may cost B. No matter how it may cost D. How may it cost

32. ________ the heavy smog, the school has taken various measures to protect the students.
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A. In favor of

B. In honor of

C. In view of

D. In case of

33. In some countries poisonous snakes can be used to ________ the jewels in shops at night. A. watch over B. watch out C. look out D. take over

34. I appreciate _________ the opportunity to work in your company two years ago. A. giving B. to give C. being given D. to be given

35. He put his heart into the wildlife research, and finally, his efforts _______him great success and fame. A. made B. saved C. earned D. offered

36. __________ in the library regulations that any book borrowed be returned by due time, or the borrower will be fined. A. What is required required 37. The final score of the basketball match was 98:99. Our class was ______ beaten. A. nearly B. slightly C. narrowly D. lightly B. It is required C. As is required D. Which is

38. ---Remember the first time we met? ---Sure. You _______ the novel Cross Country in the library. A. had borrowed B. have borrowed C. were borrowing D. borrowed

39. It is lucky we booked a room, or we __________ nowhere to stay now. A. had B. had had C. would have D. would have had

40. ---- I’ve got to go now. I have an interview this afternoon. ---- __________ I’m sure you’ll succeed. A. That’s my first choice. C. That’s wonderful B. Well done! D. All the best!

第三部分:完形填空(共 20 小题, 每小题 1 分, 满分 20 分) That morning, I got the train as always. I was a publishing director and was looking forward to embracing a new day of work, as usual. I would always turn to the crossword, but that day it didn't __41 . I'd been doing it for 30 years, but trying to read 42 slow and hard. I thought I

this one was like walking through syrup(糖浆): must be tired.

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I said to my assistant. The

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colleague contacted my wife, Beth, and she drove

me straight to hospital. There, confirmation came that I'd had a stroke in the part of my brain that 44 communication. I was now in a condition that means it's difficult 46 . 47 work

or 45 to receive and produce language. It was the only time I

I was back at home a week later, and my goal was to get better and in a couple of months. The way to 48

my language ability was rough. I'd look at 49 round and round in the

simple pictures and try to describe them as my mind darkness, looking for words. As the months passed, it became to my old job. For 25 years, I had 50 51

that I wasn't going to be able to go back myself as a publisher. I was used to a busy 52 I'd had. I didn’t feel ready 53 .

day of meetings. I enjoyed colleagues and the

to say goodbye to my old self. There were times when I felt incredibly In the darkest months, I devoted myself to newspapers, 55 54

. I couldn't manage novels or

I tried reading poetry, and found the shorter lines less

overwhelming(势不可挡的). My speech came back, and I learned how to read again, though much more slowly. I also learned the and started to enjoy it. __57 , I get rid of my old skin. I grieved(感到悲痛) the past, its passing and its absence, and started to 58 it. Now, 10 years later, I look after my grandson 56 to keep up. I allowed myself to slow down,

a day a week, and my relationship with my family is deeper than ever. If you'd asked me 15 years ago to 59 the importance of the things in my life I might have said

work, but now I'm no longer a high-achieving publisher or someone who reads 10 books a week. I'm a 41. A. wear off 42. A. temporarily 43. A. curious 44. A. calls for 45. A. practical 46. A. prayed 47. A. contribute to 60 man, and if I read 10 books a year, that’s pretty good. B. make any sense B. scarcely B. reserved B. deals with B. absurd B. cried B. agree to C. count up C. unbelievably C. serious C. suffers from C. impossible C. failed C. return to D. pay off D. mildly D. concerned D. responds to D. innocent D. withdrew D. appeal to
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48. A. gaining 49. A. slipped 50. A. messy self-evident 51. A. informed 52. A. extinction 53. A. angry 54. A. speaking 55. A. since 56. A. favor 57. A. Gradually 58. A. keep up with live up to 59. A. arrange 60. A. genius

B. rebuilding B. doubted B. flexible

C. revealing C. wandered C. straightforward

D. improving D. fled D.

B. evaluated B. reward B. cautious B. trying B. until B. patience B. Hopefully

C. reflected C. schedule C. awesome C. writing C. so C. sympathy C. Narrowly

D. defined D. status D. merciless D. managing D. as D. comfort D. Annually C. get around to D.

B. come to terms with

B. compare B. community

C. rank C. dignity

D. declare D. family

第四部分: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 阅读下面材料,根据所给的 4 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 As a lover of languages and cultures, I am shocked to hear that some people refuse to watch foreign movies just because they are subtitled(配字幕). The actor's voice is of vital importance and the emotions that he or she conveys cannot be conveyed by a person reading a voice-over(画外音). Actors invest a lot of time and energy in preparing for and performing their roles. They try to use various techniques to fully express their emotions. Obviously, an actor's voice is one of the most effective methods to impress the audience. Their unique voices help them to shape the characters they play and bring them to life. When it all comes together, the audience can become lost in the action and the characters become real to them.

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I have never liked dubbed(配音的)movies. I remember watching a few dubbed movies when I was a child. The voices didn't match the movements of the actors' mouths, the dubbed voices were exaggerated, and I knew that those people in the movies weren't really speaking English. By the time I was twelve, I was watching subtitled movies and never thought twice about it. Watching subtitled movies from all over the world is highly beneficial. I immediately recognize people speaking Korean, Chinese, Spanish, and Italian when I walk down the street. When I was studying Japanese, watching subtitled movies helped me learn the language and made me a better speaker. I had never heard spoken Swedish until I saw a Swedish movie and I was amazed at some of the similarities between Swedish and English. I laugh when I read movie reviews on Amazon.com where people give movies bad reviews because the DVD only have a subtitled option and no dubbed option. They complain about having to read the movie, as if reading were some difficult task. But once I am into a movie, reading the subtitles also becomes a pleasure. 61. What does the author aim to explain in Paragraph 2? A. How actors impress the audience. C. The importance of actors' voices. characters. 62. When watching dubbed movies as a child, the author felt _____. A. excited B. surprised C. relaxed D. dissatisfied B. How actors prepare for their roles. D. The difficulties of playing

63. According to Paragraph 4, watching subtitled movies allows the author to_____. A. recognize many famous people B. make friends with some foreigners C. know more about foreign languages D. become good at speaking Swedish 64. The reviewers mentioned in the last paragraph_____. A. like to watch dubbed movies C. have no interest in reading books movies
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B. seldom watch movies at home D. need both subtitled and dubbed

65. Which of the following is the best title for the text? A. Foreign films or Chinese films? B. Subtitled films or dubbed films? C. Watching films or reading books? D. Watching films at home or the cinema? B Below is adapted from an English dictionary.

Idiom pull / pul / n. 1 act of pulling; tug: I felt a pull at my sleeve and round. 2 the ~ of sth (a) physical force or magnetic 6 (sl)attract (sb sexually: He can still

pull the girls. bring/pull sb up short/sharply make sb stop suddenly pull the carpet / rug (out) from under sb’s feet (infml) take the help or support away from sb suddenly: His mother pulled the carpet from under his feet by announcing that she was selling the house. pull the strings/wires control events or the actions of other people pull oneself up by one’s (own) bootstraps (infml) try to improve one’s position by one’s own unaided efforts pull up one’s roots move from a settled home, job, etc to start a new life elsewhere pull one’s weight do one’s fair share in a job, project, etc pull (sb) back (cause sb to ) retreat; withdraw (sb): The army pulled back after the battle. pull (sb) down (infml) (of an illness)

attraction in nature: The tides depend on the pull of the moon. (b) force that influences a person’s behavior, career, etc: the pull of wondering life. 3 (infml) influence over other people: He has a lot of pull in affecting my character. 4 ~(at sth) (a) action of drinking deeply: take a pull at a bottle (b) action of inhaling smoke from a cigarette, pipe, etc: She took a long pull at her cigarette. 5 prolonged effort (in

walking, rowing etc): It was a hard pull up the mountain hut. 6 (esp in compounds)

handle for pulling sth: a bell-pull pull / pul / v 1 (a) use force on sth in order to move it towards oneself: In a tug-of-war, the competitors pull as hard as they can. (b) use this force on (sth); tug:

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Fred pulled his sister’s hair and made her cry. (c) cause (sth) to move (in a specified direction) by using this force; draw sth: How many coaches can that locomotive pull? 2 remove (sth) by using force; draw sth

leave sb in a weak condition: His long illness had pulled him down. pull sth down (a) destroy or demolish: The cinema she used to visit had been pulled down. pull sb in (a) (infml) bring sb to a police station for questioning; detain sb (b)

out: pull a cork, tooth, stopper * pull a gun (on sb), ie from a pocket, holster, * pull (a pint of beer), ie draw it out from a barrel 3 ~(for sth) (cause a boat to ) move through the water by the action of oars: They pulled hard and reached shore. 4 ~at /on sth (a)

attract(audiences, supporters, etc): How many voters can he pull in? pull (sth) over (cause sb/sth to) withdraw from sth: They are pulling their troops out of the battle zone. Pull (your car) over and let me pass! pull (sb) round/ through (infml) (help sb to )recover consciousness or from an illness: She was so ill that it seemed unlikely that she would pull through .

give a tug on sth (b) draw or suck sth 5 move(a switch) in order to operated a mechanism: pull the trigger, ie fire a gun

66. What does the word “pull ” mean in the sentence “Ken is hoping to pull the girl with his flashy new car ” ? A. remove sth. fixed C. move the body with force B. suck smoke in D. attract sb. sexually

67.The word “pull” in the sentence “His family’s name gives him a lot of pull in this town.” can be replaced by ________. A. actions B. effort C. influence D. handles

68. When we say “accomplish one’s job”, we mean _________. A. pull one’s weight C. pull up one’s roots one’s feet 69. Fill in the blank in the sentence “The movie Avatar has ________ huge audiences in this city.” B. pull the string. D. pull the carpet from under

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A. pulled over

B. pulled in C

C. pulled down

D. pulled through

In the gym of Croxteth Community School, Liverpool, 50 boys have completed a course on boxing that is seen as a pilot for its return to state schools. The Schools Amateur Boxing Association (SABA) has developed the Kid Gloves scheme (方案) ,a non-contact (非接触)version of the sport where outside coaches teach a range of basic skills. Chris Andrews, assistant secretary of the SABA, said the scheme was regarded as a way of changing the decline in boxing in state schools which began 25 years ago. Safety fears and the poor image of professional boxing had accelerated the sport’s decline. Concern was worsened by incidents such as the death of the professional boxer Bradley Stone. But the Croxteth example was winning more supporters. Mr. Andrews said the idea was particularly well received in the north-east of England. “The interest shown so far has been enormous,” he said. “I believe that boxing will come back into schools. A video has been produced to promote boxing in schools, and a bid has been made for a Sports Council grant (拨款).” He said, “I think there is a genuine recognition that there are aspects to boxing, if it is controlled and properly run, that really are very beneficial for children. This scheme takes away the dangers. I hope boxing can be promoted throughout the country in a more coordinated(协调的)way.” Such an idea horrifies such groups as the British Medical Association (BMA) and the British Safety Council, both critics of the idea. Dr Jeffrey Cundy, the joint author of a BMA report on boxing, accepted that the scheme in Liverpool was non-contact, but he was still opposed. He said, “We feel that children should still not be introduced to boxing, because they will then be encouraged to take up an activity which is uniquely dangerous when actual contact takes place.” He added, “There is a whole range of sports which will teach the discipline that comes from boxing without the dangers. We see this reintroduction in schools as an unhealthy development.”
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At the 800-pupil Croxteth school, Steve Stewart, head of PE, said boxing had helped to improve self-confidence, self-discipline, self-awareness and self-respect in those taking part. Everybody could get involved and, because all were starting from scratch, the improvements could be quickly seen. Certificates were presented to the pupils at the end of the course by Paul Hodgkinson, a local boxer who is a former world champion. Next year, the course will be repeated and if possible girls will be allowed to take part following requests from them. Gerry Thompson and Tony Curry, both 12,have enjoyed the boxing sessions and say they will both join a local boxing club. “I thought it was brilliant,” said Gerry. “I would rather be a professional boxer than a footballer. It’s more enjoyable” 70. What’s the present situation of the Croxteth school boxing course? A. It’s declining due to the safety worries. B. Girls can be admitted as long as they’re willing to. C. It’s becoming increasingly popular among the children. D. Some pupils have been trained to be world champions. 71. Dr. Cundy’s attitude towards the return of boxing to schools can be described as _______. A. supportive objective 72. The Kid Gloves scheme is developed by SABA primarily to ________. A. provide more fun for students B. encourage students to be better-behaved C. help students gain a sense of achievement D. promote the boxing course in a less dangerous way 73. The underlined part “all were starting from scratch” probably means ______. A. starting the course was difficult B. scratching was the first step to learn boxing C. students would easily get hurt during the course D. everyone was inexperienced and started from the very beginning
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B. unconcerned

C. disapproving

D.

74. In which section of a newspaper can we most likely read the passage? A. Lifestyle Business D At Denver there was an crowd of passengers into the coaches(车厢)on the eastbound B. & M. express. In one coach there sat a very pretty young woman dressed in elegant taste and surrounded by all the luxurious belongings of an experienced traveler. Among the newers were two young men, one of handsome presence with a bold, frank face expression and manner; the other a ruffled, glum-faced person, heavily built and roughly dressed. The two were handcuffed(拷上手铐)together. As they passed down the aisle of the coach the only seat available was a reversed one facing the attractive young woman. Here the linked couple seated themselves. The young woman's glance fell upon them with a distant, swift disinterest; then with a lovely smile brightening her face and a tender pink tingeing(稍加染色,影响) her rounded cheeks, she held out a little gray-gloved hand. When she spoke, her voice, full, sweet, and deliberate, proclaimed that its owner was accustomed to speaking and being heard. "Well, Mr. Easton, if you will make me speak first, I suppose I must. Don't you ever recognize old friends when you meet them in the West?" The younger man aroused himself sharply at the sound of her voice, seemed to struggle with a slight embarrassment which he threw off instantly, and then clasped her fingers with his left hand. "It's Miss Fairchild," he said, with a smile. "I'll ask you to excuse the other hand; "it's otherwise engaged just at present." He slightly raised his right hand, bound at the wrist by the shining "bracelet" to the left one of his companion. The glad look in the girl's eyes slowly changed to a bewildered horror. The glow faded from her cheeks. Her lips parted in a vague (含糊,犹豫), relaxing distress. Easton, with a little laugh, as if amused, was about to speak again when the other forestalled him. The glum-faced man had been watching the girl's face expression with veiled glances from his keen, shrewd eyes.
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B. Education

C. Science

D.

"You'll excuse me for speaking, Miss, but, I see you’re acquainted with(认识, 熟悉) the officer here. If you'll ask him to speak a word for me when we get to the pen(围栏,监狱) he'll do it, and it'll make things easier for me there. He's taking me to Leavenworth prison. It's seven years for cheating." "Oh!" said the girl, with a deep breath and returning color. "So that is what you are doing out here? An officer!" "My dear Miss Fairchild," said Easton, calmly, "I had to do something. Money has a way of taking wings with itself, and you know it takes money to keep step with our crowd in Washington. I saw this opening in the West, and???well, an officer isn't quite as high a position as that of ambassador, but?" "The ambassador," said the girl, warmly, "doesn't call any more. I needn't ever have done so. You ought to know that. And so now you are one of these brave Western heroes, and you ride and shoot and go into all kinds of dangers. That's different from the Washington life. You have been missed from the old crowd." The girl's eyes, fascinated, went back, widening a little, to rest upon the glittering handcuffs. "Don't you worry about them, Miss," said the other man. "All officers handcuff themselves to their prisoners to keep them from getting away. Mr. Easton knows his business." "Will we see you again soon in Washington?" asked the girl. "Not soon, I think," said Easton. "My butterfly days are over, I fear." "I love the West," said the girl irrelevantly. Her eyes were shining softly. She looked away out the car window. She began to speak truly and simply without the gloss of style and manner: "Mamma and I spent the summer in Denver. She went home a week ago because father was slightly ill. I could live and be happy in the West. I think the air here agrees with me. Money isn't everything. But people always misunderstand things and remain stupid." "Say, officer," shouted the glum-faced man. "This isn't quite fair. I'm needing a drink, and haven't had a smoke all day. Haven't you talked long enough? Take me in the smoker now, won't you? I'm half dead for a pipe."
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The bound travelers rose to their feet, Easton with the same slow smile on his face. "I can't deny a require for tobacco," he said, lightly. "It's the one friend of the unfortunate. Good-bye, Miss Fairchild. Duty calls, you know." He held out his hand for a farewell. "It's too bad you are not going East," she said, reclothing herself with manner and style. "But you must go on to Leavenworth, I suppose?" "Yes," said Easton, "I must go on to Leavenworth." The two men sidled down the aisle into the smoker. The two passengers in a seat nearby had heard most of the conversation. Said one of them: “That officer is a good sort of man. Some of these Western fellows are all right.” "Pretty young to hold an office like that, isn't he?" asked the other. "Young!" exclaimed the first speaker, "why--Oh! Didn't you catch on? Say--did you ever know an officer to handcuff a prisoner to his right hand?" 75. From the first three paragraphs, we know that_________. A. the two young were seated opposite to the young woman by accident B. it was not difficult for the woman to find the men were handcuffed C. the young woman found she knew one of the men at the first sight of them D. the young woman may not be good at communicating 76. What would be the possible sentence following the underlined “and ??..“ A. and it is not easy to make such a fortune B. and I do the cheating things to collect money C. and I tried my best to be a good officer D. and the West is bond to be wealthy 77. When Easton uttered the underlined sentence "My butterfly days are over, I fear", his real meaning was that__________ A. he would have to focus on his work C. his chance of being with butterfly is small B. he would be put in prison D. his workload as an officer
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was heavy 78. Why did the glum-faced man urge Easton to the smoker? A. Because he needed a drink and tobacco badly. B. Because he was angry that Miss Fairchild did not say any good words for him C. Because he was bored and tired with Miss Fairchild and Easton’s talk. D. Because he was afraid Miss Fairchild would find the truth. 79. Which of the following can NOT be inferred from the passage? A. Miss Fairchild was an ambassador B. Easton was an officer with his prisoner C. the glum-faced was considerate and careful D. Easton had been trying to make a big fortune in the West 80. What was the best title of the passage? A. Miss Fairchild’s Trip C. The Story of a Handcuff B. Hearts and Hands D. The Meeting of Two Friends

第二节:下面文章有 5 处(第 61~65 题)需要添加小标题。请从以下选项(A、B、C、D、E 和 F)中选出符合各段意思的小标题。选项中有一项是多余选项。 A. How inner beliefs can help B. How to develop positive habits C. Improve your life D. You can do it E. Action plan F. Why are habits so important The single most important factor that contributes to success is what you do every single day. It is as simple as that. Your habits will determine whether you are successful or not. If you have strong and healthy positive habits, it does not matter whether or not you fail today because you are guaranteed to succeed in the long run. 81. ________ Because you repeat the same actions and the same behaviors every single day,

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a single positive action will not change your life, but the same action repeated 1,000 times will have a significant impact on your life. For example, if you go to the gym one time, you won't see a big difference in your life. However, if you go to the gym 1,000 times over a five year period, you will see a big difference in your body. The same principle applies to finance, health, relationships, work, career, and school. Simple positive actions repeated every single day will have a great impact on your life in the long run. 82. ________ There's nothing easier than developing positive habits. You simply have to do every single day the action you want to make a habit. If you want to develop the habit of running, run almost every day. If you want to develop the habit of eating healthy, eat healthy every day. If you want to develop the habit of reading, read every day. Habits are created by repetition. The more you do an action, the easier it becomes in the long run. 83. ________ If you want to be successful in changing your habits, you should think about changing your inner beliefs about your habits. For example, your old belief was: "I love cigarette because it makes me feel good and relaxed. I need cigarette to be happy and relaxed." If you keep this belief, you won't be able to keep your resolution to stop smoking for very long. Instead, you should adopt this new belief: "I love yoga because it makes me feel good and relaxed. Cigarette is poisonous and destroys my body. Yoga makes me happy." You should analyze your beliefs and make sure they won't stop you from changing your habits. The same is true when you try to form positive habits. If you want to start eating healthy food, here are some positive beliefs you should start thinking about: "Healthy food is very good for my health. It gives me a lot of energy and I feel very good." 84. ________ It's now time for you to develop positive habits in your life and avoid your negative habits. Write down 3 positive habits that you would like to develop and 3 negative habits that you would like to get rid of. For each positive habit, write
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down exactly what actions you're going to take every single day in order to develop the new habit. For each negative habit, write down exactly what actions you're not going to take in the next weeks. Here are some positive habits that will lead to success: exercise, healthy food, reading, saving, studying, healthy relationships, hard work, etc... Here are some negative habits to get rid of: gambling, drug and alcohol abuse, overeating, shyness, etc. 85. ________ Everybody can change. All it takes is courage and commitment. Decide right now to improve your life by changing your habits. Take action right now! Don't be afraid. Yes, you will probably make mistakes along the way. But never forget that success is guaranteed for you if you have positive habits in your life. If you refuse to quit, success will be yours.

第五部分:短文改错 (共 10 处错误,每处错误 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。 One year ago, I was in great trouble. I worked hard at English and devote all my spare time to practise it. But I failed to pass the mid-term examination, which made me great disappointed. So I asked my grandpa for advice when I got to home. Hearing that I told him, he said, “To some extent, examination results are sometime unexpected by your study level. You can’t judge your progress by one examination.” He encouraged myself to work hard for long time to check my results. I took my grandpa’s advice. Now I realize that the process of learning is much more important and my English is more better than before. From my experience, I feel that we should listen to opinion from old people.

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第六部分:书面表达(满分 30 分) 进入高三后,部分住校生要求通校。针对住校还是通校,各方反应不一。校方委托英语校 刊进行大讨论。请根据下面的提示写一篇英语短文。 1. 选择住校的理由; 2. 选择通校的理由; 3. 我的看法及理由。

注意: 1. 开头已给出, 请接着写;词数 120 左右; 2. 正反两方理由至少写两条; Opinions are divided on whether students should board at school or not. ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________

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富阳二中 2015 学年第一学期开学考答题卷 英 ?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? 密 封 装 订 线 ?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? 语

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One year ago, I was in great trouble. I worked hard at English and devote all my spare time to practise it. But I failed to pass the mid-term examination, which made me great disappointed. So I asked my grandpa for advice when I got to home. Hearing that I told him, he said, “To some extent, examination results are sometime unexpected by your study level. You can’t judge your progress by one examination.” He encouraged myself to work hard for long time to check my results. I took my grandpa’s advice. Now I realize that the process of learning is much more important and my English is more better than before. From my experience, I feel that we should listen to opinion from old people.

学校______________

第六部分:书面表达(满分 30 分) Opinions are divided on whether students should board at school or not.
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