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2009年高考英语试题-浙江卷[word版]
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2009年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试
英   语
本试题卷分选择题和非选择题两部分。全卷共12页,先择题部分1至10页,非选择题部分11至12页。满分120分,考试120分钟。
 请考生按规定用笔将所有试题的答案涂、写在答题纸上。
选择题部分(共80分)
注意事项:
1.答题前,老先生务必将自己的姓名、准考证号用黑色字迹的签字笔或钢笔填写在答题纸上。
 2.每小题选出答案后,用2B铅笔把答题纸上对应题目的答案标号涂黑。如需改动,用橡皮擦干净后,再先涂其他答案标号。不能答在试题卷上。
第一部分:英语知识 (共两节,满分30分)
第一节:单项填空(共20小题 ;每小题0.5分,满分10分)
 从A、B、C和D四个选项中,迁出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。
1.-Hey, you haven’t been acting like yourself, Everything OK?
   -______.
A. I’m fine, thanks B. Sure, it is   C. That’s good   D. It’s OK
2.I don’t understand what the engineer means, but I’ve got ______ rough idea of _____ project plan.
 A. the; a    B. 不填; the   C. the; 不填   D. a; the
3._______and short of breath, Andy and Ruby were the first to reach the top of Mount Tai.
 A. the; a    B. Tired    C. Tiring    D. Being tired
4.-I’ve read another book this week.
   -Well, maybe _____ is not how much you read but what you read that counts.
A. this   B. that    C. there    D. it
5.The incomes of skilled workers went up. ______, unskilled workers saw their earnings fall.
 A. Moreover  B. Therefore     C. Meanwhile   D. Otherwise
6.The system has been designed to give students quick and easy ______ to the digital resources of the library.
 A. access   B. passage   C. way    D. approach
7.There is a great deal of evidence _______ that music activities engage different parts of the brain.
 A. indicate   B. indicating   C. to indicate   D. to be indicating
8.The medicine works more effectively ______ you drink some hot water after taking it.
 A. as    B. until    C. although   D. if
9.Over the past decades, sea ice _____ in the Arctic as a result of global warming.
 A. had decreased  B. more than    C. attach    D. apply
10.It took ______ building supplies to construct these energy-saving houses. It took brains, too.
 A. other than   B. more than    C. rather than   D. less than
11.The good thing about children is that they _______ very easily to new environments.
 A. adapt    B. appeal    C. attach    D. apply
12.-Is there any possibility ______ you could pick me up at the airport?
-No problem.
A. When   B. that    C. whether  D. what
14.I have reached a point in my life ______ I am supposed to make decisions of my own.
 A. which    B. where   C. how    D. why
15.John is very __________. -if he promises to do something he’ll do it.
 A. independent  B. confident  C. reliable  D. flexible
16.Practisig Chinese kung fu can not only ________ one’s strength, but also develop one’s character.
 A. bring up    B. take up   C. build up   D. pull up
17.- Do you want another drink?
    - __________.
A. I don’t think so.  B. No way  C. Not at all  D. I wouldn’t say no
18.__________, the pay isn’t attractive enough, though the job itself is quite interesting.
 A. Generally speaking B. On the contrary C. In particular  D. To be honest
19.In the good care of the nurses, the boy is ______ recovering from his heart operation.
 A. quietly    B. actually   C. practically    D. gradually
20.- What do you think of the movie?
 - It’s fantastic. The only pity is that I __________ the beginning of it.
A. Missed    B. had missed  C. miss    D. would miss
第二节:完形填空(共20小题; 每小题1分,满分20分)
 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从21~40各题所给的四个选项(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。
 The trip to that city was eye-opening for everyone, and near its end , all the young people in our group began to reflect on what it had meant. We __21__ the first night we had arrived. We had all gone into the markets of the city __22__ the young people could experience its energy. But what we actually saw simply   23  us all –the rundown houses, the children in rags, the people begging for money… Walking home,  24   under a low bridge, we came across  25   families of homeless people seeking a bit of dry ground to sleep on  26   he night. We had to step over bodies as we found our way through the darkness.
The poverty(贫困) was  27   than anything my young companions had ever imagined. Back in the hotel, an air of sadness settled over the group. Many  28   and cried. Spending time in this  29   moves a person to care about humanity.
That evening, our group spent hours talking about what we had  30  . Gently, I encouraged everyone to talk about the difficult  31   that day’s discoveries had inspired. Sitting together  32   a circle as everyone had a chance to speak, we all began to realize that  33   of us was alone in our struggle to cope with our reactions.
Based on my  34   in poverty-stricken areas, I suggested that  35   the emotions we had were painful, they could also be important in helping us to move forward. We all  36   that we had seen things that should never be allowed to happen.  37   , what could we do about it? Together, we began to brainstorm ways we could help to ease the  38   we had seen. As I encouraged group members to focus on  39   they could do, a sense of determination  40   the previous sadness. Instead of despair, these young people began to feel a call to action.
21.A.put up with       B.got back to      C.looked back on      D.made up for
22.A.now that         B.so that          C.as if               D.even if
23.A.puzzled          B.annoyed        C.embarrassed         D.shocked
24.A.marching         B.running        C.passing             D.moving
25.A.entire            B.normal         C.average            D.general
26.A.beyond           B.with           C.till                D.for
27.A.stronger          B.deeper          C.worse             D.less
28.A.gave up          B.broke down      C.set off             D.held on
29.A.environment      B.hotel            C.house             D.background
30.A.inspected         B.attempted        C.witnessed         D.challenged
31.A.feelings          B.decisions         C.thoughts          D.impressions
32.A.along            B.around           C.by               D.in
33.A.neither           B.either            C.none             D.each
34.A.experiences       B.schedules         C.data             D.position
35.A.once             B.while            C.since            D.unless
36.A.supposed         B.advised           C.confirmed        D.agreed
37.A.Surely           B.Rather            C.Now            D.Indeed
38.A.burden           B.suffering          C.anxiety          D.difficulty
39.A.how             B.where            C.what            D.when
40.A.replaced          B.changed          C.covered          D.improved

第二部分: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,并在答题卡将该选项标号涂黑。
A
I was in a rush as always, but this time it was for an important date I just couldn’t be late for! I found myself at a checkout counter behind an elderly woman seemingly in no hurry as she paid for her groceries. A PhD student with not a lot of money, I had hurried into the store to pick up some flowers. I was in a huge rush, thinking of my upcoming evening. I did not want to be late for this date.
We were in Boston, a place not always known for small conversation between strangers. The woman stopped unloading her basket and looked up at me. She smiled. It was a nice smile –warm and reassuring –and I returned her gift by smiling back.
“Must be a special lady, whoever it is that will be getting those beautiful flowers,” she said.
    “Yes, she’s special,” I said, and then to my embarrassment, the words kept coming out.
“It’s only our second date, but somehow I am just having the feeling she’s ‘the one’. Jokingly, I added, “The only problem is that I can’t figure out why she’d want to date a guy like me.”
“Well, I think she’s very lucky to have a boyfriend who brings her such lovely flowers and who is obviously in love with her,” the woman said.” “My husband used to bring me flowers every week –even when times were tough and we didn’t have much money. Those were incredible days; he was very romantic and – of course – I miss him since he’s passed away.”
I paid for my flowers as she was gathering up her groceries. There was no doubt in my mind as I walked up to her. I touched her on the shoulder and said, “You were right, you know. These flowers are indeed for a very special lady.” I handed her the flowers and thanked her for such a nice conversation.
It took her a moment to realize that I was giving her the flowers I had just purchased. “You have a wonderful evening,” I said. I left her with a big smile and my heart warmed as I saw her smelling the beautiful flowers.
I remember being slightly late for my date that night and telling my girlfriend the above story. A couple of years later, when I finally worked up the courage to ask her to marry me, she told me that this story had helped to seal it for her –that was the night that I won her heart.
41.Why was the writer in a hurry that day?
A.He was to meet his girlfriend.          B.He had to go back to school soon.
C.He was delayed by an elderly lady.      D.He had to pick up some groceries.
42.What does the underlined phrase “her gift”(Paragraph 2) refer to?
A.Her words.       B.Her smile.      C.Her flowers.      D.her politeness.
43.Why did the writer give his flowers to the elderly lady?
A.She told him a nice story.              B.She allowed him to pay first.
C.She gave him encouragement.           D.She liked flowers very much.
44.What is the message conveyed in the story?
A.Flowers are important for a date.        B.Small talk is helpful.
C.Love and kindness are rewarding.       D.Elderly people deserve respecting.

Below are same classified ads from an English newspaper.

Classified adsFOR DORECT CLASSIFIED SERVICE CALL 800-0557 10 A.M.-4P.M.
MONDAY-FRIDAY

FOR SALE
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COME to our moving sale-Plants, pottery, books, clothes, etc.Sat,Dec.14th ---9a.m.-5p.m.1612 Femdale,Apt.1,800-4696USED FUR COATS andJACKETS ,Good condition$30-$50.Call 800-0436 after12 noon.MOVING; Must sell.TV21”,$50; AM/FM radio A/C orbattery, $15; cassette taperecorder, $10.Call Jon orPat, 800-0739 after 5p.m. orWeekends.SHEEPSKIN COAT: man’ssize 42, 1year old. $85 after6 p.m., 800-5224.

LOST AND FOUND
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FOUND; Cat, 6 months old,black and white markings.Found near Linden and SouthU. Steve.800-4661.LOST; Gold wire rim glassesIn brown case. Campus area.Reward. Call Gregg 800-9662,FOUND: Nov.8th-----A black andwhite puppy in Packard-Jewettarea 800-5770. 

PERSONAL
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OVERSEAS JOBS—Australia,Europe, S. America, Africa.Students  all professions andoccupation, $700 to $3000monthly. Expenses paid,overtime sightseeing. Freeinformation at STUDENTS’UNION.

THE INTERNATIONAL
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CENTER plans to publish abooklet of student traveladventures . If you’d like towrite about your foreignexperiences, unusual or justplain interesting, call us(800-9310) and ask for Mikeor Janet.

UNSURE WHAT TO DO?Life-Planning Workshop. Dec.13th-15th. Bob and MargaretAtwood, 800-0046.

ROOMMATES
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FEMALE ROOMMATEWANTED: Own room near-campus. Available December1# . Rent $300 per month untilMarch 1#. $450 thereafter. CallJill for details, 800-7839.NEED PERSON to assumelease for own bedroom in apt.near campus, $380/mo.startingJan. 1# Call 800-6157 after5 p.m.  

DOMESTIC SERVICE
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EARLY HOUR WAKE-UPSERVICE: For prompt,courteous wake-up service,call 800-0760.

HELP WANTED
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BABYSITTER—MY HOMEIf you are available a few hours during the day, and someevening to care for 2school-age children, pleasecall Gayle Moore, days800-1111, evening and weekends 800-4964.PERSONS WANTED forDelivery work OwnTransportation Good payApply 2311 E. Stadium. Office101, after 9a.m.TELEPHONE RECEPTION-IST WANTED. NO experienceNecessary Good pay. Apply2311 E. Stadium. office 101,after 9a.m.WAITRESS WANTED:10a.m.-2p.m.or 10:30 a.m.-5p.m. Apply inperson,2075Main. Curtis Restaurant.HELP WANTED for houseCleaning 1/2 day on weekendsWhen—to be discussed formutual convenience. Goodwages. Sylvan Street. Call800-2817.

45. Where will you post a notice if you need someone to look after your children?
A. PERSONAL.                      B. HELP WANTED.
C. DOMMESTIC SERVICE.            D. ROOMMATES.
46. A second-hand jacket will probably cost you________.
   A. $60     B. $40      C. $20     D. $10
47. To have your travel notes published, you may contact_________.
   A. Students’ Union                     B. Gayle Moore
   C. The International Center              D. Life-Planning Workshop
48. If you want to have someone wake you up in the morning, you may call_________.
   A. 800-5224                           B. 800-5770
   C. 800-7839                           D. 800-0760
C
Plants can’t communicate by moving or making sounds, as most animals do. Instead, plants
Produce volatile compounds, chemicals that easily change from a liquid to a gas. A flower’s sweet
smell, for example, comes from volatile compounds that the plant produces to attract insects such as
Bugs and bees.
Plants can also detect volatile compounds produced by other plants. A tree under attack by
Hungry insets, for instance, may give off volatile compounds that let other trees know about the
Attack. In response, the other trees may send off chemicals to keep the bugs away ---- or even
Chemicals that attract the bugs’ natural enemies.
     Now scientists have created a quick way to understand what plants are saying: a chemical
Sensor(传感器)called an electronic nose. The “e-nose” can tell compounds that crop plants make
When they’re attacked Scientists say the e-nose could help quickly detect whether plants are being
Eaten by insects. But today the only way to detect such insects is to visually inspect individual
Plants. This is a challenging task for managers of greenhouses, enclosed gardens than can house
Thousands of plants.
     The research team worked with an e-nose than recognizes volatile compounds. Inside the
device, 13 sensors chemically react with volatile compounds Based on these interactions, the
e-nose gives off electronic signals that the scientists analyze using computer software.
    To test the nose, the team presented it with healthy leaves from cucumber, pepper and tomato
plants, all common greenhouse crops. Then scientists collected samples of air around damaged
leaves from each type of crop, These plants had been damaged by insects, or by scientists who made
holes in the leaves with a hole punch(打孔器).
The e-nose, it turns out, could identify healthy cucumber, pepper and tomato plants based on
The volatile compounds they produce, It could also identify tomato leaves that had been damaged.
But even more impressive, the device could tell which type of damage ---- by insects or with a hole
Punch ---- had been done to the tomato leaves.
With some fine-tuning, a device like the e-nose could one day be used in greenhouses to quickly spot harmful bugs, the researchers say. A device like this could also be used to identify fruits that are perfectly ripe and ready to pick and eat, says Natalia Dudareva, a biochemist at Purdue University in West Lafayette, Ind. who studies smells of flowers and plants. Hopefully, scientists believe, the device could bring large benefits to greenhouse managers in the near future.
49. We learn from the text that plants communicate with each other by____.
A. making some sounds        B. waving their leaves
C. producing some chemicals   D. sending out electronic signals
50. What did the scientists do to find out if the e-nose worked?
A. They presented it with all common crops.
B. They fixed 13 sensors inside the device.
C. They collected different damaged leaves.
D. They made tests on damaged and healthy leaves.
51. According to the writer, the most amazing thing about the e-nose is that it can___.
A. pick out ripe fruits
B. spot the insects quickly
C. distinguish different damages to the leaves
D. recognize unhealthy tomato leaves
52 We can infer from the last paragraph that the e-nose_____.
A. is unable to tell the smell of flowers
B. is not yet used in greenhouses
C. is designed by scientists at Purdue
D. is helpful in killing harmful insects

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