絕密★考試結束前 浙江省十校聯盟 2020 屆高三寒假返校聯考 英語試題卷 注意事項： 1. 本卷滿分 150 分，考試時間 120 分鐘； 2. 答第Ⅰ卷前，考生務必將自己的姓名、準考證號填寫在答題卡上。 3. 選出每小題答案后，用鉛筆把答題卡上對應題目的答案標號涂黑。如需改動，用橡皮擦干凈后，再選涂其他答案標號。不能答在本試卷上，否則無效。 第Ⅰ卷 第一部分：聽力（共兩節，滿分 30 分） 做題時，先將答案標在試卷上。錄音內容結束后，你將有兩分鐘的時間將試卷上的答案轉涂到答題紙上。 第一節：（共 5 個小題；每小題 1.5 分，滿分 7.5 分） 聽下面 5 段對話，每段對話后有一個小題，從題中所給的 A、B、C 三個選項中選出最佳選項， 并標在試卷的相應位置。聽完每段對話后，你都有 10 秒鐘的時間來回答有關小題和閱讀下一小題。每段對話僅讀一遍。 1. Where does the woman suggest the key might be? A. Under the mat.B. Above the door.C. Under the flower pot. 2. What makes the girl study harder? A. To get a toy.B. To work as a designer.C. To earn money for a car. 3. What did the notice say about Tom? A. He has finished his research. B. He has been promoted to manager. C. He is going to work in the research center. 4. What will the speakers probably do next? A. Use a flashlight.B. Light a candle.C. Buy a book. 5. What are the speakers mainly talking about? A. The man s job. B. The man s marriage. C. The man s relationship with his assistant. 第二節：（共 15 小題；每小題 1.5 分，滿分 22.5 分） 聽下面 5 段對話或獨白，每段對話或獨白后有幾個小題，從題中所給的 A、B、C 三個選項中選出最佳選項，并標在試卷的相應位置。聽每段對話或獨白前，你將有時間閱讀各個小題，每小題5 秒鐘；聽完后，各小題將給出 5 秒鐘的作答時間。每段對話或獨白讀兩遍。 聽第 6 段材料，回答第 6～7 題。 6. What is the speakers relationship? A. Friends.B. Neighbors.C. Renter and landlord. 浙江省十校聯盟 英語試題卷 第 8 頁 共 8 頁 7. Why does the woman complain about her neighbor? A. He is always rude to her. B. He always wakes her up in the morning. C. He always fixes things late at night. 聽第 7 段材料，回答第 8～10 題。 8. How does Harriet know the time? A. From her iPhone.B. From her watch.C. By the sun. 9. What does Don think about Harriet s explanation? A. It s wrong.B. It s funny.C. It s too scientific. 10. Where might the conversation be taking place? A. In a field.B. In a classroom.C. At a computer lab. 聽第 8 段材料，回答第 11～13 題。 11. What will the speakers celebrate? A. Their wedding anniversary.B. The man’s birthday.C. The hotel’s opening ceremony. 12. Where is the hotel? A. Near the beach.B. In the mountains.C. In the city center. 13. What will the man probably do next? A. Call the hotel.B. Surf the Internet.C. Find his credit cards. 聽第 9 段材料，回答 14～16 題。 14. When did Anna arrive at the company? A. 7 o’clock.B. 9 o’clock.C. 8 o’clock. 15. How long is the meeting? A. One hour.B. Two hours.C. Seven hours. 16. Which will be a punishment for Anna? A. She won t work with Jack. B. She won t have as much work. C. She won t work at the company anymore. 聽第 10 段材料，回答第 17～20 題。 17. What does Robert do? A. A golfer.B. A club organizer.C. A coach. 18. Why did the woman congratulate Robert? A. She was a friend of him. B. She admired him. C. She wanted to get money from him. 19. What did Robert do after hearing the woman s story? A. He paid all hospital bills for her. B. He gave his own prize to the woman. C. He sent the woman s son to the hospital. 20. How did Robert feel after knowing the truth? A. Happy.B. Angry.C. Sad. 第二部分：閱讀理解（共兩節，滿分 35 分） 第一節：（共 10 小題；每小題 2.5 分，滿分 25 分） 閱讀下列短文，從每題所給的 A、B、C 和 D 四個選項中，選出最佳選項，并在答題紙上將該項涂黑。 A My son Joey was born with club feet. The doctors assured us that with treatment he would be able to walk normally — but would never run very well. The first three years of his life were spent in surgery, casts and braces. By the time he was eight, you wouldn t know he had a problem when you saw him walk . The children in our neighborhood ran around as most children do during play, and Joey would jump right in and run and play, too. We never told him that he probably wouldn t be able to run as well as the other children, so he didn t know. In seventh grade he decided to go out for the cross-country team. Every day he trained with the team. He worked harder and ran more than any of the others — perhaps he sensed that the abilities that seemed to come naturally to so many others did not come naturally to him. Although the entire team runs, only the top seven runners have the potential to score points for the school. We didn t tell him he probably would never make the team, so he didn t know. He continued to run four to five miles a day, every day — even the day he had a 39 degree fever. I was worried, so I went to look for him after school. I found him running all alone. When I asked him how he felt, he simply replied “OK“. He had two more miles to go. The sweat ran down his face and his eyes were glassy from his fever. Yet he looked straight ahead and kept running. We never told him he couldn t run four miles with a 39 degree fever, so he didn t know. Two weeks later, the names of the team runners were called. Joey was number six on the list. Joey had made the team. He was in seventh grade — the other six team members were all eighth—graders. We never told him he shouldn t expect to make the team. We never told him he couldn t do it, so he didn t know. He just made it. 21. According to the passage, we can describe Joey as a/anperson. A. ambitiousB. determinedC. independentD. courageous 22. The author repeats the sentence “so he didn’t know.” in order to. A. criticize the ignorance of Joey B. impress the readers with Joey’s optimism C. show the over protection of Joey’s parents D. emphasize the unlimited potential of human beings 23. Which of the following proverbs is best conveyed in the story? A. Practice makes perfect.B. Rome was not built in a day. C. Nothing is impossible to a willing heart.D. The longest journey begins with the first step. B Experts agree that it is becoming a growing trend that more and more consumers across China are using cashless payment methods. In fact, as early as 1988, the State Council(國務院), released regulations to encourage bank transfers(轉賬) and to reduce using cash during economic activities. “Today, the move toward a cashless society could reduce the risks of using cash, save on costs and as a matter of convenience, prevent illegal activities such as money laundering,“ Dong Ximiao, a research fellow at Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies at the Renmin University of China, told the Global Times. The rapid development of third-party mobile payment tools, to some extent, is helping to boost cashless payments across the country, said Dong. But China is not the first country to seek a cashless society. Developed states like Sweden, Denmark and Singapore are also witnessing increasing cashless payment methods. The rapid development of cashless payments does not mean there are no challenges and criticisms. Alibaba s Hema store, where customers can shop, dine and order commodities for delivery from their mobile phones via Alipay, have come into the spotlight recently. Media reports stated that consumers can t purchase goods with cash there, which would be considered illegal. Alipay and WeChat Pay, the nation s two major third-party mobile payment tools, also launched campaigns to encourage more merchants and customers to use cashless payment methods. Dong emphasized that a cashless society would not mean that cash would completely disappear. As the economy grows, the circulation of cash is still very huge, noted Dong. Also, it s important to remember that nearly half of China s population lives in rural areas, especially in undeveloped western regions, and therefore is not able to enjoy innovation brought by the Internet, Dong said. And when it comes to China s senior citizens, most of them prefer to use cash in their daily lives, he added. 24. What can we infer from the passage? A. Nearly half of China s population lives in poverty. B. Digital payments have brought nothing but convenience. C. Both developed and developing countries are using cash less. D. China recently has released regulations to reduce the use of cash. 25. Which of the following statements would Dong Ximiao agree with? A. All Chinese senior citizens don t tend to pay in cash. B. China has completely stopped the circulation of cash. C. A “cashless society“ has little influence on the national economy. D. Over half of Chinese rural citizens can use cashless payment methods. 26. What is the author s attitude towards a “cashless society“？ A. Supportive.B. Concerned.C. Indifferent.D. Neutral. C Researchers have reported the largest-ever single-year drop in cancer death rates in the United States. The rate of deaths from cancer fell 2.2 percent from 2016 to 2017. That is the largest drop since record-keeping began in 1930. The American Cancer Society says that overall death rates from cancer have fallen about 1.5 percent each year since 1991. Better treatments for lung cancer are part of the reason for the falling numbers, said Rebecca Siegel, the lead writer of the report. She said, “Lung cancer has been the most common cause of cancer death in the United States, and now we have better therapies for our patients and patients are living longer and better than ever before.“ Improved treatments for lung cancer include the areas of surgery, scanning, and use of radiation. In addition to better treatments, fewer people are getting lung cancer because fewer people are smoking. There are also better drugs. Genetic testing helps doctors choose the right drugs for the kind of cancer in a patient. Doctor Jyoti Patel is a lung cancer expert with Northwestern University in Illinois. She said new drugs that get the patient s own immune system to fight the cancer could help make the death rate fall even more. American Cancer Society researchers also found a large decrease in the death rate from melanoma, a kind of skin cancer. It has fallen by 7 percent a year recently. The decrease is largely because of new drugs that became available about nine years ago. There are differences in cancer rates among racial and ethnic groups in the United States. African Americans have for many years had higher rates of cancer than white Americans. However, that gap is shrinking. Hispanic(西班牙的) Americans have generally had the lowest cancer rates. 27. What does the underlined word “therapies“ in Paragraph 2 mean? A. Medical treatments.B. Medical services. C. Medical supplies.D. Medical organizations. 28. The drop in lung cancer rates in the USA mainly lies in . A. Government s efforts in shrinking the gap B. people s awareness of the damage of the disease C. the application of surgery, scanning, and use of radiation D. the joint efforts of treatment, less smoking and better drugs 29. What can be a suitable title for the passage? A. U.S. Cancer Deaths Decline Sharply B. Improved Treatments for Lung Cancer C. Study Finds Drop in Cancer Deaths in U.S. D. Lung Cancer to Remain Major Health Issue in U.S. 30. Where does this passage most probably come from？ A. A Science Fiction.B. A Newspaper. C. A Research Paper.D. A. Health Survey. 第二節：（共 5 小題；每小題 2 分，滿分 10 分） 根據短文內容，從短文后的選項中選出能填入空白處的最佳選項。選項中有兩項為多余選項。 Top tips for finals week No one ever said finals week is easy. Late-night cramming(抱佛腳)accompanied by cup after cup of coffee can wear you out, not to mention all of the test stress. 31 . Here are some tips on dieting, dressing and sleeping you can follow to stay energized. Food and drink The most important thing to remember about eating and drinking is to do just that: eat and drink. Your brain needs nutrition if you have any hope of memorizing information. ● Eat healthily and regularly Grabbing a cake from the vending machine is tempting. 32 . However, A banana or orange with some trail mix(什錦雜果)or yogurt will fill you up better than junk food. Eat a wholesome breakfast, lunch, and dinner at the same times you always do. ● Stay hydrated Drink plenty of water, and then drink some more. 33 . Add flavor to your water with fruits like lemon, or swap it for unsweetened flavorful tea. Dressing As temperatures rise, you ll want to stick to something short-sleeved as a top. Even so, it could get chilly in the caféor exam room if the air conditioner is turned down to compensate for the weather outside. 34 . Sleeping All of that studying during finals week will be for nothing if you don t get enough sleep. Lack of sleep is all too common as the semester wraps up. ● Ensure solid sleep Plan your time carefully to stay ahead of the game. You know your body, your study habits, and your finals schedule. 35 . ● Take naps Take time for short naps here and there as well. Put your head down or lie down and set an alarm for half an hour to get some quick power sleep to recharge. A. Sugary soft drinks will do no good. B. A coke will refresh you when you nod off. C. A large order of French fries can also replace your regular meal. D. Therefore, plan accordingly to squeeze in six to eight hours of solid sleep. E. Thus, cramming overnight with less sleep will do nothing harm to your body. F. Be sure to throw your favorite coat into your bag to make sure you’re not shivering during the exam. G. But while you strive to review as many books as possible to prepare for your test, don’t forget your health. 第三部分：語言運用（共兩節，滿分 45 分） 第一節：完形填空（共 20 小題；每小題 1.5 分，滿分 30 分） 閱讀下面短文，從短文后各題所給的 A、B、C 和 D 四個選項中，選出可以填入空白處的最佳選項，并在答題紙上將該項涂黑。 After long hours of waiting for my friend at the bus station, I got tired and was tempted to just leave and plan another meeting. As I was still 36 , there came a man selling culture shoes and started showing them 37 to me so that I could buy some, I just smiled and said thank you. I didn t know if it was the smile or 38 that made the young-man 39 and start talking to me. “You know I didn t just 40 like this, selling shoes. I had a life.had a family but one day life just turned 41 and all was gone just like that,“ he said. Those were his words, — 42 , his wife stole all his money, and sold his car and house. It was really a hard time for him and he was 43 hurt. A lot happened and then he decided to pick up the 44 of his life and try to make ends meet. that s when he started making culture shoes and selling them to make a 45 . As I stood there listening to him pour out his 46 , I was 47 surprised how in the world someone could be so 48 to a total stranger like that. Meanwhile, it 49 on me that some people got 50 that way. You see, a lot of times we meet people and most of them have 51 in their hearts. Some of them don t even have a person to listen to them, 52 I ve learned to be good to all people and always give them my 53 to listen to what they have to say. By doing this, it will not only help that 54 person but also the one listening since you get to learn something from them and see the other side of 55 . This will make the world a better place to live in for all of us. 36. A. leavingB. decidingC. standingD. jumping 37. A. offB. aroundC. inD. up 38. A. whenB. howC. whoD. what 39. A. step forwardB. back offC. move onD. set out 40. A. come upB. show upC.