江苏省淮安中学 2014～2015 学年度高一第二学期 3 月学情检测英语试题
第 I 卷(选择题, 共 80 分)
第一部分：英语知识运用(共两节，满分50分) 第一节 单项填空(共20小题；每小题1分，满分20分，参考用时：10分钟) 请阅读下面各题，从题中所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项，并在答题卡上 将该项涂黑。 1. I
know that Thanksgiving Day ________ on the last Thursday of November.Could you tell me how you usually ________ it in your country? A．rests; congratulate B．places; remind C．bids; remember D．falls; observe 2. The unpleasant feeling of coldness disappeared at the ________ of students pouring out of their classroom to give him a warm and wordless welcome. A．sight B．scene C．view D．sign 3. When ________ about the possibility ________ Justin was taken away by aliens, the detective who took charge of the case dismissed the idea. A．asking; that B．asking; which C．being asked; which D．asked; that 4. It is better to ask someone for advice rather than________ something. A．risking doing B．risk to do C．to risk doing D．to risk to do 5. My parents always ________ great importance to my getting a good education. A．have B．attach C．accept D．pay 6. —Have you heard any sound last night? —Yes.At about 2 o’clock in the morning, a gun shot ________. A．rang up B．rang off C．rang back D．rang out 7. It remains to be seen ________ the newly formed committee’s policy can be put into practice. A．that B．which C．what D．whether 8. ________makes our school proud is ________ 11 students have passed the examinations conducted by Peking and Tsinghua universities. A．That; because B．That; what C．What; that D．What; because 9. Studies show that people are more ________ to suffer from back problems if they always sit before computer screens for long hours. A．likely B．possible C．probable D．sure 10. It is reported that the United States uses ________ energy as the whole of Europe. A．as twice B．twice much C．twice much as D．twice as much 11. he band performing in the concert hall ________ a singer, two guitarists and a drummer. A．makes up B．consists in C．is consisted of D．consists of 12. _______ terrible noise made by the traffic around it, our school is a good place to study in. A．Besides B．Aside from C．Instead of D．As to 13.________ with routine tasks, she had no time to attend to her children. A．Occupying B．Occupied C．Being occupied D．To be occupied 14. A lot of college students can’t find jobs, and it’s ______ their knowledge and ability cannot meet the job requirements. A．why B．because C．that D．for 15. The fact that so many people still smoke in public places suggests that we may need a nationwide campaign to ________ awareness of the risks of smoking. A．raise B．rise C．add D．approach
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16. Many people expect that credit cards will eventually ________ paper money for almost every purchase. A．trade B．exchange C．replace D．reduce 17. Production at the factory was ________ for two hours because there was no electricity. A．interrupted B．disturbed C．missed D．lost 18. Hiking by oneself can be fun and good for health.It may also be good for ________ building. A．respect B．friendship C．appearance D．character 19. The news that two bullet trains crashed into each other shocked the public, leading to great ________ about the safety of bullet train. A．balance B．satisfaction C．fear D．concern 20. ________ no need for you to go on a diet; you are only slightly overweight in relation to your height. A It is B．There is C That is D．what is 第二节 完形填空(共 20 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分，参考用时：15 分钟) 请阅读下面短文，从短文后各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项，并在答 题卡上将该项涂黑。 It was my first week in Kansas City, the USA. My friend, Sharon, asked me 21 I’d like to try McDonald’s for a quick lunch. So, there we went. American fast food has been quite 22 in China, so I could easily pick something that I 23 have in Beijing—a Super burger, a coke and French fries, though the names of 24 burgers were different in English. To my 25 , the burger was much bigger than 26 I had back home in China. I thought to myself, after all, most 27 are bigger than Chinese. They must 28 more for lunch. With my lunch set in front of me, I wanted some tomato sauce to 29 with my French fries, so I went to the 30 and asked him for some tomato sauce. “What?” he looked surprised. “Tomato sauce?” I started to feel 31 . I had studied English back home for six years. He should be able to 32 me without any problem. Maybe, it was not called tomato sauce here, I 33 . “I’m not sure what you call that thing,” I tried again, “but it’s American food, and you put tomato sauce on everything.” “ 34 , miss,” he said shaking his head, “but we don’t have tomato sauce here. Never have it.” I walked back to Sharon and asked her the question. She 35 and asked me to wait for a while. A few minutes later, she came back with several 36 that I had asked for. So, they 37 used the same package for the tomato sauce. Oh, no, it’s written right there: “Ketch-up.” “Why? What’s the difference between this Ketch-up and the tomato sauce?” “I don’t know 38 we call it by this name,” said Sharon. “Never think about that. I guess.” Sharon’s smile suddenly made me 39 that the difference between Ketch-up and tomato sauce lay not so much in the food itself 40 in our different culture. 21. A. when B. whether C. why D. how much 22. A. nice B. expensive C. popular D. different 23. A. used to B. could C. never D. sometimes 24. A. cold B. same C. different D. hot 25. A. sorrow B. satisfaction C. joy D. surprise 26. A. which B. what C. that D. whose 27. A. burgers B. Americans C. restaurants D. things 28. A. pay B. supply C. waste D. need 29. A. go B. fill C. mix D. follow
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30. A. conductor 31. A. certain 32. A. hear 33. A. wondered 34. A. Pardon 35. A. talked 36. A. pieces 37. A. already 38. A. how 39. A. tell 40. A. to
B. boss B. uncertain B. serve B. called B. Sorry B. stopped B. tomatoes B. never B. why B. catch B. as
C. waiter C. worried C. understand C. wrote C. Sure C. smiled C. burgers C. even C. that C. know C. with
D. keeper D. excited D. recognize D. explained D. Of course not D. jumped D. packages D. still D. how long D. realize D. like
第二部分: 阅读理解 (共 10 小题; 每小题 3 分, 满分 30 分, 参考用时：15 分钟) 请阅读下列短文，从短文后各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项，并在答 题卡上将该项涂黑。 A If you are studying at school, do be a polite and clever student! There is no excuse for not doing your assignments(作业). If you can’t come to school, you should call your teacher or your classmate and ask about homework. It is your responsibility to find out what homework you have missed. It is not the teacher’s job to remind you of the missed assignments. You must not be absent on a test day. If you are seriously ill, call and let the teacher know you will not be there for the test. If your teacher allows a make-up test，you should take the test again within one or two days after you return to class. Serious illness is the only reason for missing a test. Be on time! It is impolite to be late. Also, it bothers other students. If you must come in late, be sure to do it quietly. Have your books and papers out of your bag before you come into the room. Then go to your seat and sit down quietly. In the USA, it is not necessary to knock before you enter the classroom. Most teachers will give you a low grade if you are often late. In America, you should call your teacher by his or her last name instead of “teacher”. Also you should use Mr, Miss, Ms or Mrs before the last name (such as Mrs Smith or Mr Jones). This is polite. The teacher will tell you the title that he or she likes. It is impolite in the USA to eat, drink or chew gum during class. Don’t do these until the break. Also, removing your shoes in the classroom is not polite. 41. What should you do if you miss a class? A. Give an excuse for missing the assignments. B. Tell the teacher you can’t come to school or do the assignments. C. Ask your teacher to remind you of the missed assignments. D. Call your teacher or your classmate to find out what assignments were given. 42. What does “a make-up test ”in Paragraph 2 refer to? A. A test for all students. B. A test for the students with low scores. C. A test for the students missing the last test. D. A test for whoever missed the last test. 43. When can a student miss a test according to the passage? A. When he/she is late for the test. B. When he/she is really sick. C. When he/she failed another test.
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D. When he/she doesn’t want to have the test. 44. In America, if your teacher’s name is Susan Black, what should you call her politely? A. Ms Black. B. Ms Susan. C. Susan Black. D. Teacher Black. 45. Which of the following is NOT true according to the passage? A. A student is thought to be impolite when he/she takes off his/her shoes in the classroom. B. A student is thought to be impolite when he/she eats and drinks in class. C. When a student is late for class, he/she must knock before he/she enters the classroom. D. A student is thought to be impolite when he/she doesn’t come for class on time. B Do you like to eat out? Do you like to eat quickly? Do you like inexpensive food? Some people go to fast-food restaurants for these reasons. In the past, people usually went to diners for these reasons. In fact, many people in the States still go to diners today for the same reasons. A man named Walter Scott had the first “diner” in 1872. It wasn’t really a diner. It was only a food cart （手推车）. People on the street walked up to the cart, to buy food. These carts served late-night workers who wanted a cup of coffee and a late-night meal. The meal was a sandwich or boiled eggs. In 1887, Samuel Jones built the first diner that was big enough to allow the customers to come inside. However, they did not sit down. Later, people built diners with counters and stools (凳 子), and people sat down while they ate. Before long, many diners stayed open around the clock. In other words, people were able to eat in a diner at any time. Diners changed in other ways, too. The original menu of sandwiches and coffee became bigger. It included soup, favorite dishes, and a breakfast menu. In addition, diners soon became permanent（固定的，长久的） buildings. They were no longer carts on wheels. Diners today look similar to the diners of the early 1900s. They are usually buildings with large windows. Inside, the diners have shining counters with stools, booths, tables and chairs. People can eat all three meals in a modern diner. Today, many people eat in fast-food restaurants such as McDonald’s and Burger King. However, the diner remains an American tradition, and thousands of people still enjoy eating there. It was popular a century ago, and it is still popular today. 46. Why is “diner” in quotation marks（引号） in the sentence: “A man named Walter Scott had the first “diner” in 1872.”? A. Because it is spelled differently from “dinner”. B. Because the first diner was not a real diner. C. Because “diner” was a new word at that time. D. Because it is a special kind of restaurant. 47. What meals did the first diners serve? A. Only breakfast. B. Only lunch. C. Only night-meals. D. All of the above. 48. According to Paragraph 3, diners changed in ways. A. two B. three C. four D. five 49. Which of the following is NOT true according to the passage? A. Diners existed before fast-food restaurants. B. The menu included more food than sandwiches and coffee. C. Burger King is a fast-food restaurant. D. Sandwiches were bigger in the early 1900s. 50. The main idea of the passage is .
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A. the diner is a traditional, popular place to eat in the United States B. Samuel Jones built the first diner big enough to allow the customers to come inside C. American diners serve many types of food 24 hours a day to their customers D. diners are different from fast-food restaurants in many ways
第Ⅱ 卷(非选择题, 共 20 分)
第三部分：单词拼写( 注意词形变化 ) (共 10 小题，每小题 1 分，参考用时 5 分钟) 51. I am extremely g________ (感激) to all the teachers for their help. 52. He watched with r_________ (宽慰) as the girl nodded. 53. Someone f___________ (预测) that the economy will grow by 2% this year. 54. The young should take an active part in v__________ (志愿) work.. 55. He was so worried that s_________ (汗水) began to pour down his face. 56. C___________(相反) to expectation, he didn’t win in the contest.. 57. I made a few repairs to the stairs where some boards had become l________ (松的) 58. As soon as we heard his a___________ (口音), we knew he was from Sichuan.. 59. The basic v_____________ (词汇) of a language is those words that must be learnt. 60. The beauty of the city consists in the u____________ (独特的) style of its buildings. 第四部分：利用所学课文将下面句子连成两段小短文。(共 2 小题，10 分，参考用时 15 分钟) 一．昨天，一场大雾(fog)降临到了这座城市，因为雾太大了，公交车不能运行(too ...to ...)， 所以玛丽不得不步行回家。 黑暗中一个人也看不见(in sight)， 玛丽非常害怕。 她多么希望(wish for) 有人能来帮她(come to one’s aid)一下！这时一只手伸(reach out)过来并抓住(grasp)了她的胳膊。 玛丽有点担心，她抬头盯着(stare up at)一个年轻人，原来是她的同学，现在她知道自己可以安 全地回家了。(5 分) 二．众所周知，英语是由语法和词汇(vocabulary)组成的(be made up of)。英语的发展经历 了三个时期——古英语、中古英语和近代英语。 古英语是由盎格鲁人(Angle)和撒克逊人(Saxon)语言混合(mixture)组成的(consist of)。中古英 语从大约 12 世纪到 15 世纪。古法语对中古英语做出了许多贡献。近代英语出现在 16 世纪， 英语在这期间经历了许多变化，毫无疑问(there is no doubt)，这一过程(process)将继续下去。(5 分)
The days of making easy money from ringtones—short clips of music for mobile phones—are over. What has been a hugely profitable business is coming under pressure from a narrowing of the craze to a smaller group of mostly younger people, a shift in the nature of ringtones themselves, and growing competition among distributors(经销商). In the UK and other European countries, where the fashion first took hold, many of the people who once paid￡2 ($3. 5) or more for a 10-second clip have given up buying ringtones, said Chris Jones, an analyst at Canalys, a technology industry consultancy(咨询公司): People were doing it
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because it was a new thing to do. That has worn off with a big part of the market. In the US, where the business is at a much earlier stage, the craze appears to have stalled even before it has reached a huger market. Only about one in 10 mobile subscribers is buying ringtones. That is the same proportion as a year ago, according to InfoSpace, a US ringtone company that occupies 47 percent of the US market, though it adds that reliable statistics about the market are difficult to come by. At the same time, a new band of distributors that sprang up to sell ringtones is finding the fat profits much harder to come by. Users are starting to switch away from the familiar polyphonic(多音 的) renditions of famous tunes to short clips of the original music known as truetones or realtones. Most of the profits from these go straight to the record companies, not the middlemen who once made a killing from earlier roughly-made versions. 61. What would be the best title for the passage? A. Decreasing ringtones B. The disadvantages of ringtones C. Why people do not buy ringtones D. Ringtones—a losing tone 62. From the first two paragraphs we can infer that ________. A. in the past ringtone companies made money mainly from young men B. now the number of people who buy ringtones is decreasing C. the quality of the ringtones is becoming worse D. distributors can easily make money from ringtones 63. According to Chris Jones, ________ . A. people paid for clips of music because they were cheaper than now B. new things made people curious C. people like trying new things in America D. the ringtone fashion came into being in the UK 64. Which of the following statements is TRUE? A. In America, the ringtone business has been developing at a fast speed. B. InfoSpace is the largest ringtone company in the US. C. InfoSpace has not got the reliable statistics about the ringtone market. D. A new band of distributors has appeared because of the easy fat profits. 65. We can infer from the last paragraph that ________. A. Many people used to be fond of polyphonic renditions of famous tunes. B. Truetones or realtones are much more beautiful than ringtones in the past. C. Record companies use middlemen to sell their ringtones. D. Middlemen have never made much money from the record companies.
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淮安中学 2014～2015 学年度第二学期高一 I 部周知识回顾 英语答题纸
姓名 学号 考场 考试号 （密 封 线 内 请 勿 答 题） ????????????密??????????????封??????????????线???????????? 第三部分：单词拼写(请写出单词的完整形式) (共 10 小题，每小题 1 分，满分 10 分) 51. __________ 56. __________ 52. __________ 57. __________ 53. __________ 54. __________ 55. _________ 58. __________ 59. __________ 60. _________
第四部分：小写作：(共 2 小题, 满分 10 分)
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选择题 1-5 DADCB 6-10 DDCAD 11-15 DBBBA 16-20 CADDB 21-25 BCACD 26-30 BBDAC 31-35 BCABC 36-40 DCBDB 41-45 DCBAC 46-50 BCBDA 单词拼写 51. grateful 52. relief 53. forecasts 54. volunteer ‘5. sweat 56. Contrary 57. loose 58. accent 59. vocabulary 60. unique 话题作文： Yesterday_a_thick_fog_fell_on_the_city.It_was_too_foggy_for_the_bus_to_run,_so_Mary_h ad_to_walk_home.There_being_no_one_in_sight_in_the_darkness,_Mary_felt_very_frightened.H ow_she_wished_for_someone_to_come_to_her_aid!_Just_then_a_hand_reached_out_and_graspe d_her_arm.Mary_was_a_little_anxious_and_stared_up_at_a_young_man.It_was_her_classmate.N ow_she_knew_she_could_get_home,_safe. As_we_all_know,_English_is_made_up_of_grammar_and_vocabulary.Its_development_exp erienced_three_periods_—_Old_English,_Middle_English_and_Modern_English. Old_English_consisted_of_a_mixture_of_the_Angles’_and_Saxons’_language.Middle_ English_was_from_around_the_12th_century_to_the_15th_century.Old_French_made_many_con tributions_to_Middle_English.Modern_English_appeared_in_the_16th_century.English_went_thr ough_many_changes_during_this_period.There_is_no_doubt_that_this_process_will_continue.