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常州市 2015-2016 高二上学期英语期末统考卷 第一卷:(选择题,共 80 分) 第一部分:听力(20 分) 第二部分:语言知识运用(30 分) 第一节:单项选择(10 分) 21. Poverty is one of the major problems ____ the children living in remote mountainous areas? A. face B. facing C. faced with D. being facing 22. ---Shall we go to the seven o’clock performance or the eight? ---_______ suits you best. A.whatever B.whenever C.however D.Whichever 23. You probably can’t get much sleep if you live near _______ a wedding reception ______. A the place; is being held B the place where; has been held C where; is being held D which; has been held 24. In a debate, ___ the side you don’t believe in can encourage your critical thinking. A taking up B take away C taking on D take in 25. By the time we realize we _____ what we treasure, it’ll be too late to do anything about it. A will lose B lost C have lost D had lost 26. There you are! I have been looking for you everywhere. This is the last place in the world I ____ to find you. A would have expected B would expect C have expected D had expected 27. _____I accept that he’s not perfect in many respects, I do actually quite like the man. A When B As C Because D While 28. ---How did you sleep last night? --- _____. Never slept better. A Like a log B Counting sheep all night C As a pig D Like the early bird 29. Parents should provide children with a wonderful and secure childhood _____ they feel loved, valued and listened to. A that B where C which D how 30. To allow all students ____ to education, China has to increase education spending to 4.5 percent of GDP. A access B opportunity C account D commitment 第二节 完形填空(20 分) A weak old man went to live with his son,daughter-in-law, and a four-year-old grandson. The old man’s hands _31___, his eyesight was poor, and his step was unsteady. The family ate together nightly at the dinner table. But, the elderly grandfather`s shaky hands and ___32_ sight made eating rather difficult. Peas __33__ his spoon onto the floor. When he grasped the glass, often milk spilled on the tablecloth. The son and daughter-in-law became _34____ with the mess.So, the husband and wife _35__ a small table in the corner. There Grandfather __36__ alone , while the rest of the family enjoyed dinner at the dinner table. Since grandfather had broken a dish or two, his food was served in a _37__ bowl. Sometimes when the family glanced in grandfather`s direction, the old man had __38__ in his eyes. _39____,the only words the couple had for him were _40___ scoldings(责骂), when he dropped a fork or spilled food. The four-year-old grandson watched it all __41__. One evening, before supper, the father noticed his son playing with wood pieces on the floor. He asked the child sweetly , “What are you making? Just as sweetly, the boy __42__, “Oh, I am making a little bowl for
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you and Mama to eat your food from when I grow up. ”The four-year-old son smiled and went back to work. The words so _43___ the parents that they were speechless. Then tears started to ___44_ their cheeks. That evening, the husband took Grandfather`s hand and gently led him back to the family table. For the reminder of his days he ate every meal with the family. And, for some reason, neither husband nor wife seemed to care any longer when a fork was dropped, or milk spilled, or the tablecloth__45__. Children are extremely _46___. Their eyes always observe, their ears always listen, and their minds always __47__ the messages they absorb. If they see us patiently provide a happy home _48___ for family members, they will __49__ the attitude for the rest of their lives. The wise parent realize that every day is being __50____ for the child’s future. Let us all be wise builders and role models. 31. A roughed B froze C troubled D trembled 32. A narrowing B sharpening C failing D darkening 33. A rolled off B fell down C broken up D dropped out 34. A relaxed B concerned C worried D annoyed 35. A fetched B set C rent D fixed 36. A ate B waited C watched D cried 37. A plastic B glass C wooden D metal 38. A trust B hate C fears D tears 39. A Instead B Still C So D Therefore 40. A sudden B mild C sharp D polite 41. A in silence B in favor C in anger D at once 42. A repeated B requested C remarked D responded 43. A involved B struck C frightened D bothered 44. A pour from B come off C stream down D make up 45. A burst B bowed C tore D dirtied 46. A aware B sensitive C admirable D awkward 47. A deal with B make closer C comment on D refer to 48. A atmosphere B situation C surrounding D background 49. A adjust B review C copy D polish 50. A applied B paid C supposed D laid 第三部分:阅读理解:(满分 30 分) A October 31st is Halloween, a Western "ghost festival". Chinese people also have ghost festival on July 15 of lunar calendar, which is called "Zhongyuan Festival" or "Hungry Ghost Festival". The ghosts are believed to be released for no more than two days during Halloween, while it's at least for one month during Chinese ghost festival.Stemmed from different cultures, let's see how they are different and how they are similar. Keep evolving & Tradition sustains The Halloween, stemming from a festival of warding spirits in Ireland, has evolved from pagan to Christian, and to secular, with the theme becoming a carnival(狂欢节) for all. Zhongyuan Festival originates from Buddhist traditions, and then integrates Buddhism, Taoism and Confucianism, which still remains a religious observance in China. Expel ghosts & Respect ghosts The two festivals, both themed on ghosts, have different attitudes toward them. During Halloween, people dress up like ghosts to scare away spirits rather than please them. While during Chinese Zhongyuan Festival, people burn paper money and sacrifice the spirits to show their respect.
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Funny & Scary The Halloween has become a full-of-fun carnival when people dress up, play trick-or-treat games, and partying. With its light theme, the festival has been celebrated around the world, also in China. While Chinese Zhongyuan Festival is still a serious thing and people are scared of ghosts when talking about them. There are some taboos during the festival which can avoid the spirits from hurting you, like no swimming and no walking outside late at night. Pumpkin lantern & Water lantern During Halloween, people make pumpkin lights, which are made by hollowing the pumpkin, carving evil faces on the surface and put candles inside, used to drive out the spirits. During Zhongyuan Festival, Chinese people also make river lanterns which are made by pasting paper into a lotus shapes with a lamp or candle placed inside. Lanterns are released to rivers or lakes to guide the way for the dead people to the dark hell. 51. The Halloween is celebrated worldwide because _______. A it is a western culture B people like playing a trick by nature C many activities are held D it provides entertainment for people 52. Which of the following should people avoid doing during Chinese Zhongyuan Festival? A Going outing late that night B Talking about ghosts C Releasing river lanterns D Burning paper money 53. What do the two ghost festivals have in common? A Ghosts enjoy freedom for about one month. B Religious tradition is still kept alive. C People have respect for ghosts. D Lanterns are made to drive away spirits. B My children are unlikely to read this, which is lucky for me, because it would give them support for the ongoing “Can we get a dog or a cat?” argument. Because the research suggests that having one is good for children. A study published in JAMA Pediatrics shows that children who had a dog in their first year of life were 13% less likely to develop asthma(哮喘) by the time they were six than those from dog-free households. It is believed that children are more likely to develop allergies( 过敏 ) if they are brought up in super-clean environments. This study allowed for other factors that increase the risk of asthma, but can still show only an association. It is estimated that 46% of the households in the UK have pets, with dogs and then cats the most common animals. The evidence on the benefit of having cats in reducing allergies is inconsistent, but some research shows that pets make children healthier. A study of 397 Finnish babies in 2012 found that, during their first year of life, those whose parents had dogs or cats had fewer colds and needed less antibiotics(抗生素) than those from homes without pets. Dogs offered more protection than cats. The researchers think this is because they brought in more dirt from outside to cause the babies’ immune system(免疫系统) to function. There is also some evidence that having a pet may make children feel more popular and be more understanding. Older studies found that pets increased the amount of time families spent together as well as the amount of “fun” they had.
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Pets can help children to learn about responsibility, take more exercise (if you get a dog) and deal with loss--who can forget when their family pet got run over? However, the research for health benefits is not strong enough on its own to give good reason for a pet in our home. Both dogs and cats have a tendency to poop(大便), and they can carry worms or other parasites(寄生虫). Also, while I couldn’t find any studies, it seems that few children look after the animals they repeatedly asked their parents for. 54. According to some research, having a pet makes children healthier because_____. A they are unlikely to develop asthma B they live in a super-clean environment C pets can protect them from danger D dirt makes them better able to defend against disease 55. Having pets has the following benefits except ________. A gaining popularity B having more responsibility C increasing the time with family D avoiding suffering from losses 56. What does the last para mainly talk about? A There is no good reason for having pets. B Having pets had its disadvantages. C Children share the care of pets with parents. D Pets may bring diseases to children. 57. What can be the best title for the passage? A Will having a pet make your child healthier. B What benefits do pets bring to your child. C How does having a pet reduce the risk of disease? D Can children have a dog or a cat? C It's easy to assume that when you finally lose those excess pounds, life will change for the better. But dieting can in fact make you miserable and more at risk of depression, a study claims. Researchers found that losing weight didn’t make people happy. Instead, those who successfully slimmed down were almost twice as likely to feel sad, lonely and listless than those who stayed the same weight or got fatter. The research, at University College London, found that the advertising industry tells dieters their lives will be transformed when they are thinner. They then feel disappointed when they discover little has changed other than their weight. In addition, dieting itself can be difficult, which in turn can cause people to feel down. The findings come from a study of almost 2,000 overweight and obese men and women aged 50 and over. They were weighed at the start of the study and answered questions about how often they felt sad, lonely and listless. Four years later, some 14 per cent of the volunteers had lost at least 5 per cent of their body weight – an amount known to improve health. Tests showed their blood pressure and levels of harmful blood fats had dropped, however their mood was also lower. Those who had lost weight were 78 per cent more likely to have symptoms of depression than those who hadn’t. And importantly, the link could not be explained away by participants’ having fallen ill or suffered a bereavement(丧亲) or divorce during the intervening years, the journal PLOS ONE reported. Researcher Sarah Jackson said: ‘We do not want to discourage anyone from trying to lose weight, which has tremendous physical benefits, but people should not expect weight loss to instantly improve all aspects of life.
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The difficulties of sticking to a diet may also have a negative effect on mood, the researchers found. ‘Dieting requires considerable willpower and it might involve missing out on special meals and eating in restaurants. It is not necessarily the most pleasant experience for people. ‘Lots of people want to lose weight thinking it will fix all their problems. But while it will go some way towards fixing their health, it won’t necessarily make them happier in the short-term.’
She added that it is possible that slimmers are happier eventually, especially if they feel a sense of achievement from reaching their target weight and maintaining it. 58. It can be learned from the passage that ______. A the difficulty in dieting makes people feel stressed B overweight women are more likely to suffer depression C with blood pressure dropping, people’s mood dropped too D the more weight one loses, the more depression he is to suffer 59. Researchers Sarah Jackson may agree that ______. A people shouldn’t go on diets B dieting can’t make people fitter and healthier C dieters’ life will be improved when they are thinner D people shouldn’t expect too much from going on diets 60. The writer ’s attitude toward dieting is _____. A objective B subjective C optimistic D pessimistic

61. The main idea of the passage is ______. A dieting makes people fitter and healthier B dieting helps people solve many a problem C dieting makes people depressed D dieting makes people lose pleasant experiences D(选择 A 卷的请做此篇) Recently, while eating lunch by myself at a local diner, I realized something that genuinely bothered me: I ’m losing the ability to sit and do nothing. Where I used to be able to sit contently and simply daydream or observe my surroundings, I now feel anxious, restless, and awkward if I’m sitting alone with nothing specific for my hands or brain to do. It didn’t take me long to figure out why. Looking around at the other solo diners that day, I noticed something common: the smart phone. Technology is replacing something many people have never thought was worth doing —sitting still and simply letting your mind wander. I worry that the more dependent we become on technology to help us pass idle time, the less likely we ’ll be to allow our minds to wander in positive ways. It ’s already become common for parents to hand their kids an iPhone when they ’re complaining of boredom. While I recognize the logic-enhancing and hand/eye coordination(协调) benefits of video games in young people, I can’t help but wonder how that constant stimulation is taking away opportunities for them to expand their imaginations, creativity, and overall mindfulness. I’m noticing it in older generations, too. Just the other day, I witnessed a woman walking outside on a beautiful morning with her head down, reading a Kindle. Meanwhile, the natural beauty of her surroundings was going by unnoticed. While it’s true that she was engaging her imagination through the book, her brain was missing out on a different kind of stimulation—the kind you can only get when you allow yourself to truly appreciate the natural world we ’re all apart of. And lest you think stopping to smell the roses or listening to the birds sing isn’t all that important, consider that establishing a true and lasting connection to nature may be only way we ’ll be able to shake society’s general apathy toward climate change and make the real changes necessary to curb its impacts. Which brings me to my favorite argument for why we need to spend more time staring into space rather than into a

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screen: how else can we encourage the cutting-edge ideas, innovations, and solutions that only seem to pop into one ’s mind when it’ s disengaged from a specific task and allowed to wander? I recently read Mason Currey’ s book Daily Rituals: How Artists Work, which is a fascinating rundown of the work habits of 161 of history ’s greatest creative thinkers from Matisse and Mahler to Freud and Einstein. What stood out to me by the end was how many of them took time out of their busy days to take a walk or just sit and seemingly do nothing. Who knows how many world-changing ideas first made themselves apparent during those daily moments of stillness and contemplation? It suggested to me that what we consider “downtime” may actually be the access point to a higher plane of thinking —one that I’m hoping to find my way back into now that I’ve opened my eyes again to the world that exists outside of the phone in my pocket. 来源: Christian Williams is Editor in Chief of Utne Reader; contact him at cwilliams@utne.com or follow him on Twitter: @cwwilliams. He also paints and makes music. View and listen to his work at www.christianwwilliams.com. 62. The author feels awkward at a local diner because he/she ______. A doesn’t have a smart phone B has no company when eating C finds him/herself dependent on technology D is looking at other people dining 63. What can be inferred from para 3 and 4? A Video games are beneficial to expend children’s imaginations B Reading on a Kindle can’t develop imagination like physical books. C Technology has brought great change to the natural world. D Heavy dependence on technology will kill people ’s creative thinking. 64. The underlined word “apathy” (para 4) has the possible meaning of _______. A uncertain attitude C immediate measures B lacking concern D urgent warning

65. Mason Curry’ s book is mentioned in the last para to indicate____. A how artists work in their spare time B even great thinkers do nothing sometimes C doing nothing encourages inspiration D stillness makes a quick access to being great thinkers D(选择 B 卷的同学请做此篇) Being busy has somehow become a symbol of honor. The popular idea is that if you aren ’t super busy, you aren’t important or hardworking. The truth is, busyness makes you less productive. When we think of a super busy person, we think of a ringing phone, a flood of e-mails, and a schedule that’s bursting with major projects and side-projects hitting at the same time. Such a situation leads to multi-tasking and interruption, which are both deadly to productivity. David Meyer from the University of Michigan published a study recently that showed that switching what you ’re doing mid-task increases the time it takes you to finish both tasks by 25%.“Multitasking is going to slow you down, increasing the chances of mistakes,” Meyer said. Microsoft decided to study this phenomenon in their workers and found that it took people an average of 15 minutes to return to their important projects (such as writing reports or computer code) every time they were interrupted by e-mails, phone calls, or other messages. They didn ’t spend the 15 minutes on the interrupting messages, either; the interruptions led them to stray to other activities, such as surfing the web for pleasure. Beyond interruptions, busyness reduces productivity because there ’s a bottleneck in the brain that prevents us from concentrating on two things at once. When you try to do two things at once, your brain lacks the capacity to perform both tasks successfully. In a breakthrough study, Ren é Marois and his colleagues at Vanderbuilt University used MRIs to

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successfully pinpoint a physical source for this bottleneck. The study suggested that practicing mindfulness increases your ability to focus and concentrate because it increases brain density in the anterior cingulate cortex (ACC). As it turns out, multitasking has the opposite effect on this critical brain area. Researchers from the University of Sussex compared the amount of time people spend on multiple devices (such as texting while watching TV) to MRI scans of their brains. They found that high multitaskers had less brain density in the ACC. It ’s as if being busy all the time (via multitasking) trains your brain to be mindless and unproductive. I doubt these findings completely surprise you as we ’ve all felt the distracting pull of competing tasks when we ’re busy. So why do we keep doing it? Researchers from the University of Chicago have the answer. They found that the belief that busyness is a sign of success and hard work is so prevalent that we actually fear inactivity. The researchers also found that we use busyness to hide from our laziness and fear of failure. We burn valuable time doing things that aren’t necessary or important because this busyness makes us feel productive. For instance, responding to non-urgent e-mails when you know you have a big project that you need to finish. We are naturally drawn to being busy despite the fact that this hinders our productivity. As it turns out, you really do have to slow down to do your best. When you don ’t, the consequences can be severe. 来源:https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/how-being-busy-makes-you-less-productive-dr-travis-bradberry 62. Busyness makes you unproductive because_____. A the possibility of making mistakes increases by 25%. B people are likely to be interrupted by other messages. C people spend too much time on urgent things D the less time you will spend on tasks 63. According to the studies, the less brain density in the ACC you have, _____. A the more focused you will be on work B the less productive you will become C the more tasks you can take at once D the less time you will spend on tasks 64. People are drawn to being busy all the time for the following reasons except ____. A busyness makes you feel more productive B busyness means you are hardworking C busyness has become a sign of success D busyness can prevent you from failure 65. Which of the following best shows the structure of the passage?

第二卷(非选择题 共 40 分) 第四部分:任务型阅读(满分 10 分) Was Jesus happy? Americans tend to think Jesus was happy, extrovert(外向的), agreeable, kind and caring. Koreans, on the other hand, associate Jesus more with suffering, sacrifice, and pity, according to a recent analysis in Personality and Social Psychology

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Connections. Responses to the simple question about Jesus and happiness, whose Biblical depiction is essentially the same worldwide, turn out to involve complex factors, such as shared life histories among groups of people, culture and possibly even genetics. "Americans meet far more strangers than others and need to be more extroverted than the Japanese, Koreans and others who tend to interact with a small number of people repeatedly, so extroversion is a highly valued asset in the U.S.," Shigehiro Oishi, lead author of the study, told Discovery News. "In the end, happiness, extroversion, and kindness are all highly valued qualities among Americans, and they might just see Jesus to have these highly desirable characteristics." Oishi said that "Buddhism and other religions had been firmly in place in Korea before the introduction of Christianity, and life is suffering in Buddhism. The main goal of Buddhism was to reduce pain and suffering.” Other cultural differences may further explain the American and Korean responses. Oishi said such differences pose "an egg and chicken problem" involving genetics and shared life experiences, since one can affect the other. It is also unclear if the image of Jesus might be culturally constructed to fit an existing ideal, or if it could reflect an individual's self-image. Casey Eggleston, a researcher at the University of Virginia, told Discovery News that language differences also come into play, with the meaning of happiness differing across cultures over time. "The historical definition included concepts of luck and good fortune, but that meaning has fallen out of use in the U.S., where many believe they can pursue and obtain happiness by their own effort, while it remains a major part of the concept in most other cultures," she explained. "Similarly, the emotional connotation of the word happy varies substantially. While the American concept typically includes upbeat positive emotions like excitement, the concept in East Asia tends to focus more on calm positive emotions like peace and contentment." The researchers chose to focus on two particular countries, but they expect respondents in other nations with a large Christian base would also provide different, culture-predicted responses to the question, "Was Jesus happy?" As for Oishi's answer to whether or not Jesus was happy, he said, "I don't know for sure, but I don't think so. He had a tough life." 来源:http://news.discovery.com/human/psychology/jesus-happy-120406.htm discovery news Theme Different ___66_____ Various _68___ in differences ? __73____ ? ? the Was Jesus happy? Americans are more likely to associate Jesus with __67____ meanings while Koreans with negative ones. Life history Culture More social __69__ leads Americans to value extroversion more than Koreans. ? Long before Christianity was __70__ to Korea, Koreans believe in Buddhism, whose teachings foucus on _71___. The image of Jesus may be created to fit for or __72_ the culture.

Happiness has different meanings __74__ on different cultures over time. Historically, happiness is no longer associated with luck in the USA as in other cultures. __75__, happiness can mean excitement to Americans but peace and contentment to Asians.

Conclusion

There is no definite answer to the question.

第五部分:单词拼写:(5 分) 76. They collect 1.35 yuan per day from each member and add it to some money c______ by the government.

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77. Many Chinese people remain “too shy” to express their great a_____ for their parents. 78. She accepted his i________ to join him for lunch this weekend. 79. The students p_____ actively in school activities are more likely to be outgoing persons. 80. My job with the UN is not paid but v______, and I visit countries to help those in need. 81. Many job seekers seem to have no interest in certain positions, with 800 left _____( 空缺的). 82. More practice is the key to ______ (保证) a successful performance. 83. I couldn’t stand other people ____(取笑) about my red hair when I was at school. 84. Women were becoming more ______(政治) active and trying to bring about social change. 85. Online learning requires much time, ____ (全心投入) and discipline to keep up with the flow of the course. 第六部分:书面表达(25 分) A卷 下面是一位名叫 Mary 的女孩写给某报编辑的一封信,请以编辑的身份给她回一封信。 Dear editor, I’m an ordinary girl. I haven’t got a lovely shape. I don’t do well in my studies. To make more friends in my class, I am always kind to others and never say no to them if they ask me to do anything. However, I don ’t feel happy. Sometimes I even feel they treat me badly. What should I do? How can I stop feeling that way? I ’m looking forward to your reply. Mary 你的回信必须包括: 1. 描述 Mary 的问题(不照抄原文); 2. 针对她的问题,提出建议。 注意: 1. 词数 150 左右。开头和结尾已经写好,不计入总词数。 2. 文中不得提及个人身份信息(如真实姓名、学校名称等)。 Dear Mary, After reading your letter, I know that you have some growing pains.

_________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________ Wish you a happy school life. Editor B卷 假设你班班长打算在寒假组织一次班级活动,有三种方案:一、慈善义卖帮助家庭困难的同学;二、聘请英语专家介绍 文化差异;三、组织一次沙龙活动,探讨中学生如何快乐学习。作为班级一员,请你根据实际情况,在三项活动中选择其一, 提出对该项活动的建议并谈谈理由。 你的写作中必须: ? ? ? 在三项方案中选择其一; 对该方案提出建议; 包括支撑你选择和建议的理由或论据。

注意: 1.词数 150 左右。开头和结尾已经写好,不计入总词数。 2.文中不得提及个人身份信息(如真实姓名、学校名称等)。 3.参考词汇:沙龙 salon Our class is planning a class acitivity during winter vacation. Of the three choices, _____________________.

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