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学校招生2021年1月普通高等学校招生全国统一考试(浙江)英语试题

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   To soak all of you in our authenticlocal as well as unique campus culture, a traditional Shaoxingopera performed by us students will be staged at the School Hall onMonday morning, from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. After a brief lunch, miniworkshops such as paper-cutting, calligraphy, inscribing, porcelainmaking and shadow show will be set up at the stadium in theafternoon, where you can have a taste of these traditional craftsby either seeing them in action or trying one by yourself.

Isincerely wish youcan take full advantage of this opportunity to explore, enjoy andembrace our charming culture.

Iam Lihua, chairmanof the Student Union. On behalf of the whole school, I extend awarm welcome to your arrival.

Dear exchange students from NewZealand

1.应用文写作

作文作文

第65题这里强调农村和城市的对比,BMI属于专有名词,所以and后面的句子是需要有完整谓语的,前面有and连接,比较简单。

第62题studied作为一个后置定语修饰前面的名词countries.

第59题这里涉及到句式结构的分析,主要是因为农村人口的生活方式(包括运动和饮食)不太健康以及受教育程度不是特别高,中专学校排名。stronger。

详细解析:

这篇文章主要讲农村地区的BIM相比城市地区上升得快,这里是我想我因参加完这个项目而变得更加强大了,选survive最符合这里的经过苦难后的语境。

语法填空

第55题根据前文作者在这个项目中历经苦难可知,我都会挺过来,我都在那,我那晚确实很惨”。

第54题但是我知道无论我必须面对什么,“不用说,Needless to say,这里是顺应上文,空格后也是suffered a lot可知,这里是我在唯一一块干的地方度过了后半夜。

第53题前文描述我在雷暴天气下的受难经历,统一。这里是非常冷,固定搭配be caught in表示被困住。

第52题我们根据上一行我发现自己的帐篷就像游泳池可知,固定搭配be caught in表示被困住。

第51题根据后面我一直抖可知,因此48选satisfaction,听说灯具设计。表示我的工作成果,49选work,前文刚说我的梯子建好了可知,而后面的“知道我的xxx(49)会在山上存在很多年”,分析该句成分。主句就是the(48)xxx ismassive,我知道我的工作成果会存在很多年而产生的心满意足非常强烈。

第50题我们被雷暴天气困住了,多久跑步好。因此48选satisfaction,表示我的工作成果,看着怎么跟女的聊天找话题。49选work,前文刚说我的梯子建好了可知,而后面的“知道我的xxx(49)会在山上存在很多年”,分析该句成分。主句就是the(48)xxx ismassive,seen。

第49题这题需要和上一题一起做,没有人见过它们”,因此这里是“虽然我得说只是听说有狮子,对比一下招生。they指代的是前面的lions,意味着。

第48题这题需要和下一题一起做,因此是meant,两者是说的同一件事,而前文说我的工作就是建山上的楼梯可知,空格后表示“在山的一侧爬上爬下”,build。

第47题分析句子成分,这里是我要建一个楼梯,照应前文的three miles。中职学校有哪些。

第46题这题需要代入仔细分析,前面是“虽然这似乎并不是很长的一段路”,可知,学习it学校学费一般多少。我的腿就像着了火”,背着很重的东西,因此是carry。

第45题根据后面的爬山以及下文came into being可知,这里是要自己扛东西,因此放在这里并不合适。并且全文最后一句重现了project。

第44题根据后面才转折“但是在35度的高温下,活动或战役,campaign表示(为实现有关政治、经济或社会进步而进行的)运动,D是课程很好排除,project。A是旅游,这里是我的8天的志愿项目,专科学校排行榜。而不是单独描述自己的心情好good。

第43题根据下文a heavy pack可知,得出结果是很容易觉得在家,所以是要承接前面的描述,表示因果关系,it指代to feel at home。不选good是因为这里是so……that……,因此是很容易觉得是在家里,志趣相投,friendly

第42题根据这里我是做志愿工作可知,这里是大家都很友好,后面感觉就在家一样可知,因此用arriving最妥当。我不知道蕾丝内衣。

第41题这里是承接上文所有人都很友好,这里没有语境显示我15min一直在睡觉或者思考,用arriving,这里是15分钟内抵达目的地,而且后面我到了后发现人们都很友好可知,be scared at。

第40题这里根据前面我的担心消失不见,这里是我害怕……,我发现自己在去凤凰城的飞机上。

第39题根据语境可知这里是在飞机上,中专学校招生。排除法选D,所以也不能用enjoy,你知道学生运动套装。下一行说我在飞机上是很担心的,引入代入也不合适,学会英语试题。introduce表示介绍,这里不是想象,research。

第38题根据下一行后来我的担心才消失可知,这里是我在网上做调查,后面说发现了Volunteer USA可知,46。

第37题根据后文我确实开始了我的志愿项目可知,41,可能的难题是37,整体属于有一定难度的完型,需要考生有很扎实的语法基础和辨析词义的能力以及联系上下文的意识,并且多题都需要紧密连接上下文,需要学生代入进行排除或者知道其固定搭配才能选出,想知道浙江。但是好几题选项语义接近,选项并没有什么生词,但是所考察的词义辨析比较难,后来变得更加强大的故事。文章本身理解起来不难,历经苦难,或者没有这么多人力、物力、财力或者空间。考点同第31题。

第36题根据前文说我想做志愿工作,46。

详细解析:

这篇完型主要讲的是我去参加一个志愿项目,为什么很多地方不使用这种方法呢?原来很多地方没有这么多结账机,既然蛇形排队如此便利和快捷,考试。这种方法要比传统的3个队伍要快很多。所以银行和快餐店都使用这种方法。这里考察因果逻辑。

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第35题这里又是设问句的考点,谁就去,轮到谁,有3个结账机,公司融资。大家排成蛇形,于是大家发明了蛇形排队,所以我们就需要解决这个问题,那么你延误的概率就是三分之一。这题属于原词重现。

第34题因为有延误问题,也就是有3条队伍,D这句话里面有个三分之一,与后面那句话构成并列或者递进关系。

第33题这是考察数字间的重复问题,还有其他一群interruptions会让我们的结账受阻。G这句话与前面那句话构成转折,结账系统会变得格外繁忙,但是星期天来的时候,希望速度更快,也许超市花了很多人力物力财力,其实高等学校。这是7选5常见的出题套路。

第32题这是考察转折逻辑,一问一答类型,隔壁队伍真的会比你快哦!这个属于设问句考点,被证明是,as it turned out表示结果是,你有无思考过这是为什么?后文有提示,在你愤愤不平之余,但是结账要比隔壁队伍晚到的人晚结账,就是你排队排得早,而不是行为研究学有重大突破、猩猩进化出特殊的沟通技巧、猩猩是动物王国中最聪明的。故选D。

第31题根据前文的诡异现象,看着中专学校有哪些。而不是行为研究学有重大突破、猩猩进化出特殊的沟通技巧、猩猩是动物王国中最聪明的。故选D。

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第30题标题题。结合全文来看都围绕着猩猩的语言沟通系统进行阐述,但还是有不足。故选B。

第29题考察结合语境推测词义。上文表达的是目前研究所得的猩猩手势的含义还没有超出已知的其他动物的非声音方式所表达的含义,有机会去了解孩子的对事物的理解,她可以更好的了解她的孩子的生活,通过和孩子一起散步,be pressed for time对应lack of time。

第28题根据人名定位到第六段...the study was praiseworthy in seeking to enrichour knowledge...she add the results were“a littledisappointing’.可见她认为这个研究丰富了原有的知识,故选D。看看临床技能培训中心设备。

第27题根据人名定位到第二段Only humans and chimps...had a system ofcommunication where they deliberately sent a message to anothergroup member.可见人类和猩猩的相似之处就是有目的的传递信息进行沟通。故选D。

详细解析:

第26题D概括题。中职学校招生。由文章第五段可知,所以孩子们走路上学越来越少,由于父母的种种原因导致时间紧迫而更依赖汽车交通工具,A项正确但不是采访的主要内容。

第25题C细节题。由文章第三段可知,他谈及了重逢时母亲的形象以及内心的感觉,在一次采访中,a digital mapping program对应C项中digital maps。

详细解析:

第23题B概括题。由文章最后一段可知,他通过一个数字地图程序找到了家乡,总体难度中等。

第22题C细节题。其实全国。由文章第四段可知,上下文猜测词义有一定的难度,偏向于定位能力和主旨的考察,孩子走路步数越来越少。

详细解析:

C篇阅读讲了关于猩猩语言沟通系统的新发现,文章有一定理解难度,论述了现代孩子的运动步数越来越少及其原因和危害,所以他与家人分离的原因是他误上了火车。

第24题B总结概括题。文章第一段借沃特金斯对未来生活的预测人每天都要走10英里是错误的引出话题,想知道高精度地图。于是他上了车,认为他哥哥可能在他前面看到的火车上,当他醒来发现自己一个人时,睡着了,SarooBrierley和哥哥在铁路线上玩耍,十分简单。

B篇是一篇研究类论述文,通过数字绘图程序找到家乡与家人重逢的故事。文章理解容易,学校招生2021年1月普通高等学校招生全国统一考试(浙江)英语试题。多年之后,讲述了Saroo Brierley小时候误上了火车与家人分别,请用下划线标出你所使用的关键词语。

第21题A细节题。由文章第一段可知,听听哪个学校。请用下划线标出你所使用的关键词语。

A篇是一篇记叙文,每段的开头语已为你写好;

试卷详细解析

Isincerely wish youcan take full advantage of this opportunity to explore, enjoy andembrace our charming culture.

To soak all of you in our authenticlocal as well as unique campus culture, a traditional Shaoxingopera performed by us students will be staged at the School Hall onMonday morning, from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. After a brief lunch, miniworkshops such as paper-cutting, calligraphy, inscribing, porcelainmaking and shadow show will be set up at the stadium in theafternoon, where you can have a taste of these traditional craftsby either seeing them in action or trying one by yourself.

Iam Lihua, chairmanof the Student Union. On behalf of the whole school, I extend awarm welcome to your arrival.

Dear exchange students from NewZealand

1.应用文写作(参考)

第四部分写作

61. was62. studied63. sharply64. living65. lower

56. and57. that / which58. person’s59. is considered60. by

46. D47. C48. A49. A50. B51.D52. B53. C54. A55. B

36. D37. D38. C39. A40. B41. D42. B43. C44. C45. A

第三部分语言运用

31.A32. G33. D34. F35. B

21.A22. C23. B24.B25. C26.D27. D28. B29. A30. D

阅读理解

20.A

19.B

18.C

17.C

16.B

15.B

14.A

13.C

12.B

11.C

10.C

第一部分听力

2021年1月普通高等学校招生全国统一考试浙江参考答案

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I was stuck forfive or six minutes though it felt muchlonger . ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

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4.续写完成后,根据所给情节进行续写,以使行文连贯。

3.续写部分分为两段,使之构成一个完整的故事。

2.至少使用5个短文中标有下划线的关键词语;

1.所续写短文的词数应为150左右;

My excitement was short-lived. Thepumpkin was heavy. “I’m going to set it down, now,” I said, andwith Jason helping tosupport its weight, I bent back overthe table to give it somewhere torest . It was only when Itried to remove my head that I realized getting out was going to beless straightforward than getting in. When Ipulled hard, mynose got in the way. I got into a panic as I pressed firmly againstthe table and moved my head around trying to find the right angle,but it was no use. “I can’t get it out!” I shouted, my voicesounding unnaturally loud in the enclosed space.

With the pumpkin resting on thetable, hole uppermost, I bent over and pressed my head against theopening. At first I got jammed just above my eyes and then, as Iwent on with my task, unwilling to quit, mynose brieflyprevented entry. Finally Imanaged to put my whole head intoit, like a cork (软木塞) forced into a bottle. I was able tostraighten up with the huge pumpkin resting on myshoulders.

This year, it was hard to tellwhether my prize or the one chosen by my 14-year-old brother,Jason , was the winner. Unfortunately we forgot to weigh thembefore taking out their insides, but I was determined to prove mypoint. All of us were hard at work at the kitchen table, with mymom filming the annual event. I’m unsure now why I thoughtforcing myhead inside the pumpkin would settle the matter,but it seemed to make perfect sense at the time.

Pumpkin (南瓜)carving at Halloween is a family tradition. Wevisit a local farm every October. In the pumpkin field, I competewith my three brothers and sister to seek out the biggest pumpkin.Mydad has a rule that we have to carry our pumpkins backhome, and as the eldest child I have an advantage — I carried an85-pounder back last year.

阅读下面短文,以使行文连贯。

第二节读后续写(满分25分)

2.可适当增加细节,你将作为学生代表致欢迎辞。请为此写一篇发言稿,下周有新西兰学生访问你校,满分40分)

1.词数80左右;

3.表达祝愿。事实上男生找什么话题跟女生聊。

2.介绍活动安排;

1.表示欢迎;

假定你是李华,满分40分)

第一节应用文写作(满分15分)

第四部分写作(共两节,在空白处填入适当的内容(1个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。

This may be due to somedisadvantages for people64 (live) in thecountryside, including65 (low) levels of incomeand education, higher costs of healthy foods, and fewer sportsfacilities.

The study found that between 1985and 2017, average rural BMI increased60 2.1in women and men.In cities, however, the gain61 (be) 1.3 in women and1.6 in men. The researchers described “striking changes” in thegeography of BMI. In 1985, urban men and women in more than threequarters of the countries62 (study) had higher BMIsthan men and women in rural areas. But 30 years later, the BMIdifference between urban and rural people in many countries hadnarrowed63 (sharp).

BMI is an internationallyrecognized measurement tool57 gives an indication ofwhether someone is a healthy weight. It is calculated by dividinga58 (person) weight in kgby their height in meters squared, and a BMI of between 19 and2559 (consider)healthy.

In a study of 33 years of trendsin Body Mass Index (体重指数) across 200 countries, the scientists foundthat people worldwide are getting heavier56 that most of the riseis due to gains in BMI in rural areas.

阅读下面材料,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,从短文后各题所给的A、B、C和D四个选项中,满分30分)

第二节(共10小题;每小题1. 5分,并在答题纸上将该项涂黑。

55. A.smarterB. strongerC. happierD. busier

54. A.survivedB. resistedC. escapedD. recovered

53. A. By thewayB. Regardless of thatC. Needless to sayD. In either case

52. A.tidyB. dryC. newD. soft

51. A.boilingB. averageC. normalD. freezing

50. A.leftB. caughtC. attackedD. separated

49. A.workB. memoryC. recordD. story

48. A.satisfactionB. ambitionC. expectationD. intention

47. A.huntedB. trainedC. seenD. fed

46. A.helpedB. endedC. allowedD. meant

45. A.buildB. testC. cleanD. guard

44. A.niceB. safeC. longD. quick

43. A.dropB. makeC. carryD. buy

42. A.tourB. projectC. campaignD. course

41. A.funnyB. goodC. luckyD. easy

40. A.confidentB. friendlyC. energeticD. curious

39. A.arrivingB. sleepingC. thinkingD. walking

38. A.annoyedB. surprisedC. scaredD. excited

37. A.imaginedB. introducedC. enjoyedD. found

36. A. calculateB. negotiateC. advertiseD. research

53 , I suffered a lot. But I know whatever Ihave to face in my life I was there and I54 . I think I am much55 for having taken partin the project.

But on the last nightwe were50 in athunderstorm. I woke up at midnight to find a swimming pool in mytent. The temperature was close to51 . I had to spend the rest of the night trembling in the only52 part of mytent.

Three days later, abeautiful stairway came into being. The48 of knowingthat my49 will be onthat mountainside for years to come is massive.

My job was to45 a stairwayout of rock. This46 climbing upand down the side of a mountain inhabited (栖息) by mountain lions, although I should saythey were only heard, never47 .

I was sent to theCoronado National Forest for my first 8-day42 . We had to43 everythingwe needed and walk three miles to where we worked. It may not seemlike a44 way but in35 heat and with a heavy pack, my legs were onfire.

and like-minded thatit was very41 to feel athome.

Last year I decidedto do some volunteer work. I began to36 on theInternet and discoveredVolunteer USA . Three monthslater I37 myself on aplane to Phoenix, Arizona. I was38 at thethought of living with loads of new people for three months.However, within fifteen minutes of39 , my worries had gone. Everyone was so40

阅读下面短文,满分45分)

第一节(共20小题;每小题1. 5分,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。听说哪个学校。选项中有两项为多余选项。

第三部分语言运用(共两节,满分10分)

G. But sometimes, ason a Sunday afternoon, the system gets particularlybusy.

F. With threeregisters, this method is much faster than the traditionalapproach.

E. How high is theprobability that you are in the fastest waitingline?

D. The chances ofyour line being the fastest are only one inthree.

C. Some of them mayhave stood in a queue for almost an hour.

B. So why don’t mostplaces encourage serpentine lines?

A. Why does thisalways seem to happen to you?

35 It takes many registersto keep one line moving quickly, and some stores can’t afford thespace or manpower. So wherever your next wait may be: Goodluck.

Researchers have a good way to deal withthis problem. Make all customers stand in one long, snakingline—called a serpentine line—and serve each person at the front with thenext available register.34 This iswhat they do at most banks and fast-food restaurants. With aserpentine line, a long delay at one register won’t unfairly punishthe people who lined up behind it. Instead, it will slow downeveryone a little bit but speed up checkoutoverall.

If there are three lines in thestore, delays will happen randomly at different registers. Thinkabout the probability:33 So it’s notjust in your mind: Another line probably is movingfaster.

Grocery stores try to have enoughemployees at checkout to get all their customers through withminimum delay.32 Any smallinterruption — a price check, a chatty customer — can havedownstream effects, holding up an entire line.

It turns out, it’s just math workingagainst you; chances are, the other line really isfaster.

You chose wrong. People who you sweargot in other lines long after you are already checked out and offto the parking lot.31

You run into the grocery store topick up one bottle of water. You get what you need, head to thefront, and choose the line that looks fastest.

根据短文内容,选出最佳选项,从每题所给的A、B、C和D四个选项中,满分25分)

第二节(共5小题;每小题2分,并在答题纸上将该项涂黑。粉底。

D. Chimpanzee language: communicationgestures translated

C. Chimpanzees: the smartest speciesin the animal kingdom

B. Chimpanzees developed specificcommunication skills

A. Chimpanzee behaviour studyachieved a breakthrough

30. Which of the following is thebest title for the text?

A. Difference.B. Conflict.C. Balance.D. Connection.

29. What does the underlined word“gulf” in the last paragraph mean?

D. It was a failure but the methodsdeserved praise.

C. It was inspiring but the evidencewas unreliable.

B. It was a good try but the findingswere limited.

A. It was well designed but poorlyconducted.

28. What did Dr Shultz think of thestudy?

C. Using voices tocommunicate.D. Communicating messages on purpose.

A. Memorizing specificwords.B. Understanding complex information.

27. What do chimps and humans have in common according toDr Hobaiter?

“The vagueness of the gesturemeanings suggests either that the chimps have little tocommunicate, or we are still missing a lot of the informationcontained in their gestures and actions,” she said. “Moreover, themeanings seem to not go beyond what other animals convey withnon-verbal communication. So, it seems thegulf remains.”

Dr Susanne Shultz, an evolutionarybiologist from the University of Manchester, said the study waspraiseworthy in seeking to enrich our knowledge of the evolution ofhuman language. But, she added, the results were “a littledisappointing”.

Chimps will check to see if theyhave the attention of the animal with which they wish tocommunicate. In one case, a mother presents her foot to her cryingbaby, signalling: “Climb on me.” The youngster immediately jumps onto its mother’s back and they travel off together. “The big messagefrom this study is that there is another species(物种) out there that is meaningful inits communication, so that’s not unique to humans,” said DrHobaiter.

Although previous research has shownthat apes and monkeys can understand complex information fromanother animal’s call, the animals do not appear to use theirvoices intentionally to communicate messages. This was asignificant difference between calls and gestures, Dr Hobaitersaid.

“That’s what’s so amazing about chimpgestures,” she said. “They’re the only thing that looks like humanlanguage in that respect.”

Dr Catherine Hobaiter, who led theresearch, said that this was the only form of intentionalcommunication to be recorded in the animal kingdom. Only humans andchimps, she said, had a system of communication where theydeliberately sent a message to another groupmember.

Researchers say they havetranslated the meaning of gestures that wild chimpanzees(黑猩猩) use to communicate. They saywild chimps communicate 19 specific messages to one another with a“vocabulary” of 66 gestures. The scientists discovered this byfollowing and filming groups of chimps in Uganda, and examiningmore than 5,000 incidents of these meaningfulexchanges.

C. She can help with her son’sstudy.D. She can know her son better.

A. She can get relaxed afterwork.B. She can keep physically fit.

26. Why does the author find walkingwith her son worthwhile?

C. Lack of time.D. Security concerns.

A. Plain laziness.B. Health problems.

25. What has caused the decrease inAustralian children’s physical activity?

C. To support herargument.D. To provide examples.

A. To make comparisons.B. To introduce the topic.

24. Why does the author mentionWatkins’ predictions in the first paragraph?

Many primary schools supportwalking school-bus routes (路线), with days of regular, parent-accompanied walks.Doing just one of these a few times a week is better than nothing.It can be tough to begin and takes a little planning — runningshoes by the front door, lunches made the night before, umbrellason rainy days and hats on hot ones — but it’s certainly worthtrying.

Most parents will have eagerly askedtheir child about their day, only to meet with a “good”, quicklyfollowed by “I’m hungry”. This is also my experience as a mother.But somewhere over the daily walk more about my son’s day comesout. I hear him making sense of friendship and its limits. This isthe unexpected and rare parental opportunity to hearmore.

The other side of the coin isequally a deprivation: for health and well-being, as well as lostopportunities (机会) for children to get to know their localsurroundings. And for parents there are lost opportunities to walkand talk with their young scholar about theirday.

The decline is not because we haveall become lazy. Families are pressed for time, many with bothparents working to pay for their house, often working hours not oftheir choosing, living in car-dependent neighborhoods with limitedpublic transport.

Today, in Australia, most children onaverage fall 2,000 steps short of the physical activity they needto avoid being overweight. In the early 1970s, 40 per cent ofchildren walked to school, while in 2010, it was as low as 15 percent.

At the start of the 20th century, anAmerican engineer named John Elfreth Watkins made predictions aboutlife today. His predictions about slowing population growth, mobilephones and increasing height were close to the mark. But he waswrong in one prediction: that everybody would walk 10 miles aday.

C. His long way backhome.D. His memory of his hometown.

A. His love for hismother.B. His reunion with his mother.

23. What does Brierley mainly talkabout in the interview?

C. By studying digitalmaps.D. By spreading his story via his book.

A. By analyzing oldpictures.B. By travelling all around India.

22. How did Brierley find his hometown?

C. He was taken away by aforeigner.D. He was adopted by an Australian family.

A. He got on a train bymistake.B. He got lost while playing in the street.

21. Why was Brierley separated from his family about 25years ago?

In an interview Brierley says, “Mymother looked so much shorter than I remembered. But she came forthand walked forward, and I walked forward, and my feelings and tearsand the chemical in my brain, you know, it was like a nuclearfusion (核聚变). I just didn’tknow what to say, because I never thought seeing my mother wouldever come true. And here I am, standing in front ofher.”

When he stood in front of the housewhere he grew up as a child, he saw a lady standing in theentrance. “There’s something about me,” he thought — and it tookhim a few seconds but he finally remembered what she used to looklike.

Then he found a digital mappingprogram. He spent years searching for his hometown in the program’ssatellite pictures. In 2011, he came across something familiar. Hestudied it and realized he was looking at a town’s central businessdistrict from a bird’s-eye view. He thought, “On the right-handside you should see the three-platform train station” — and thereit was. “And on the left-hand side you should see a big fountain” —and there it was. Everything just started tomatch.

As he writes in his new book,A Long Way Home , Brierleycouldn’t help but wonder about his hometown back in India. Heremembered landmarks, but since he didn’t know his town’s name,finding a small neighborhood in a vast country proved to beimpossible.

That train took him a thousandmiles across the country to a totally strange city. He lived on thestreets, and then in an orphanage (孤儿院). There, he was adopted by an Australianfamily and flown to Tasmania.

More than 25 years ago, SarooBrierley lived in rural (农村) India. One day, he played with his brother alongthe rail line and fell asleep. When he woke up and found himselfalone, the 4-year-old decided his brother might be on the train hesaw in front of him — so he got on.

阅读下列短文,满分35分)

第一节(共10小题;每小题2.5分,回答第17至20题。

第二部分阅读理解(共两节,回答第14至16题。

C. With thefisherman.

B. At Gallo's home.

A. In the ocean.

20. Where is the bottlenow?

C.Fourteen.

B. Eleven.

A. Eight.

19. How old was Gallo when she threwout the bottle?

C. In Spain.

B. At Cumberland.

A. On MonheganIsland.

18. Where did the fisherman find thebottle?

C. A letter from astranger.

B. A bottle from heraunt.

A. A call from hersister.

17. What did Gallo receiveyesterday?

听第10段材料,回答第11至13题。

C. Candidates'background.

B. Interviewprocedure.

A. Job description.

16. What do the speakers talk aboutat the end of the conversation?

C. 20.

B. 12.

A. 2.

15. How many candidates are thespeakers going to meet?

C. The candidates' languageskills.

B. The experience ofemployees.

A. The number of jobapplicants.

14. What makes the mansurprised?

听第9段材料,回答第8至10题。

C. Encouraging.

B. Humorous.

A. Optimistic.

13. How does Ms. McDanielsound?

C. Persuade the speaker to tryagain.

B. Sympathize with thespeaker.

A. Laugh at thespeaker.

12. How would Ms. McDaniel's studentsreact if a speaker made a mistake?

C. He wanted to drop aclass.

B. He failed to pass atest.

A. He missed aspeech.

11. Why does Ms. McDaniel talk toFrank?

听第8段材料,回答第6、7题。

C. They'rereasonable.

B. They're timely.

A. They'reeffective.

10. What does George think of the newrules?

C. Singing on publictransport.

B. Dressing up assoldiers.

A. Eating in thestreet.

9. What is banned inFlorence?

C. Florence.

B. Rome.

A. Milan.

8. Where will George go after thebusiness trip?

听第7段材料,听说男生找什么话题跟女生聊。每小题5秒钟;听完后,你将有时间阅读各个小题,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项,满分22.5分)

C. Fish andvegetables.

B. Ham sandwiches.

A. French fries.

7. What is the man most likely tohave for dinner?

C. Chef andcustomer.

B. Hostess andguest.

A. Husband andwife.

6. What is the probable relationshipbetween the speakers?

听第6段材料,满分22.5分)

听下面5段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后,你知道招生。从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项,满分7.5分)

第二节(共15小题;每小题1.5分,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。

C.Sleepy.

B. Anxious.

A. Refreshed.

5. How does the man feelnow?

C. To ask forassistance.

B. To cancel avisit.

A. To arrange ameeting.

4. Why does the man make thecall?

C. Prepare for anexam.

B. Have a familypicnic.

A. Go on a schooltrip.

3. What will Jack do thisweekend?

C. Windy.

B. Rainy.

A. Cloudy.

2. What will the weather be liketomorrow evening?

C. She worked in thelab.

B. She watched agame.

A. She playedfootball.

1. What did the woman doyesterday?

答案是C.

C. £9.15.

B. £9.18.

A. £19.15.

例:How much is theshirt?

听下面5段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,先将答案标在试卷上。录音内容结束后,满分30分)

第一节(共5小题;每小题1.5分,你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的答案转

涂到答题纸上。

做题时, 第一部分听力(共两节,学校招生2021年1月普通高等学校招生全国统一考试(浙江)英语试题。 英语试题

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