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济源一中 2015-2016 学年高二 9 月月考试题


命题人 :李金萍 黄磊 听力 1—20 略

做题人: 郑晓科


(共两节,满分 40 分)

第一节(共 15 小题:每小题 2 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下列短文,从每题

所给出的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答 题卡上将该项涂黑。 重要提醒:答题卡上从 21 题开始涂! A Henry works in a factory. He comes from a poor family and was in school for only four years. He has to do the hard work, but he is paid less. He likes to watch football matches very much and spends much time on them. One afternoon there was a big football match on the playground. He borrowed some money from his friend and hurried there. There were a lot of people there. And all the tickets were sold out. He was sorry for it. He saw a pole outside the playground and climbed it quickly. A policeman came and said, “It is dangerous to stay on it! Come down!” “Wait a minute, please!” Henry said and just at that moment the policeman heard cheers on the playground and asked in a hurry, “Which team has kicked a goal?” “Ours!” “Wonderful! You can stay there. But take care!” The policeman said happily and left. When the match would be soon over, he came back again and asked, “Who has won?” “Theirs, 3:2” “Come down,” the policeman said angrily. “ Such a match is not worth watching!” Henry had to come down. But soon they heard cheers again. The policeman said in a hurry, “Climb up quickly and see who has kicked a goal.” 21. From the passage we know that _________. A. Henry doesn’t like his work C. Henry doesn’t like the policeman A. he had no money to buy a ticket C. he had no time to buy a ticket A. it was dangerous C. their team kicked a goal B. Henry comes from a rich family. D. Henry is paid less. B. he didn’t want to buy a ticket D. all the tickets were sold out B. Henry had no ticket D. the other team kicked a goal

22. Henry failed to get a ticket for the match that day because ___________.

23. The policeman asked Henry to come down the pole at first because ____________.

24. From the third paragraph, we can guess that _____________. A. the policeman wanted to teach Henry a lesson B. the policeman tried to please Henry C. the policeman didn’t like Henry. D. the policeman was also a football fan. B Once I complained to my husband that he wasn't helping enough with our daughter, and I gave him a long list of the parenting chores (家庭杂务) I was shouldering on my own. "But you like doing all that stuff," he said. I thought about that while reading a new study about the responsibilities

of parenting. Researchers asked 191 college professors, both men and women, who had children 2 or younger, the pleasure they experienced from childcare. On 16 out of 25 childcare tasks—like taking a child to the doctor or buying clothes for a child—women reported statistically higher levels of enjoyment than men. The only parenting issue that gave women less pleasure than it gave men was having to manage who does what for the child. On the whole, women's scores were 10 percent higher than men's. Women are also far more likely to take advantage of family-leave benefits to care for children. In the study, all the universities offered paid family leave, and 69 percent of the women took it, while only 12 percent of the men did. In Sweden, where family leave for both parents is particularly generous, men use about 20 percent of the 480-day benefit. Women use nearly all of it. It's difficult to know how cultural and economic pressures or biological functions influence parenting. Plenty of men change diapers (尿布), and studies show that mothers and fathers alike spend more time with children than they used to. Men have more than doubled the time they spend on childcare since 1985. Yet women still spend twice as much time with the kids as men, says the University of Maryland sociologist John Robinson. Notably in the study, the parenting activity that gave men the most pleasure (and women, too) was playing and talking with their kids. But when men were asked to rate how often they actually did those things, their scores were about 10 and 40 percent lower than women's. In the end, perhaps the issue is not that mothers are doing too many childcare tasks—my husband was right when he said I liked being a mother—but that men, for all their progress as fathers, are still missing out. 25. The author mentioned the disagreement with her husband to A. complain about his husband's irresponsibility B. show the difference between men and women C. bring up the topic of responsibility of parenting D. describe the unpleasant experience of childcare 26. What can we learn from the passage? A. More men take family leave to care for children than before. B. Women gain more pleasure in every childcare task than men. C. Men play and talk with their children more than women. D. Women spend more time with children than before. 27. What is the main idea of the passage? A. Fathers should take more responsibility in childcare. B. Mothers gain more pleasure from childcare than men. C. Fathers are playing a more important part in childcare. D. Mothers should give fathers more chances to look after children. 28. What is the author's attitude towards men's performance on childcare? A. Approving. B. Dissatisfied. C. Appreciative. C You can’t always predict a heavy rain or remember your umbrella. But designer Mikhail Belyaev doesn’t think that forgetting to check the weather forecast before heading out should result in you getting wet. That’s why he created Lampbrella, a lamp post with its own rain sensing D. Objective. .

umbrella. The designer says he came up with the idea after watching people get wet on streets in Russia. “Once, I was driving on a central Saint Petersburg street and saw the street lamps lighting up people trying to hide from the rain. I thought it would be appropriate to have a canopy (伞蓬) built into a street lamp,” he said. The Lampbrella is a standard-looking street lamp fitted with an umbrella canopy. It has a built-in electric motor which can open or close the umbrella on demand. Sensors (传感器) ensure that the umbrella offers pedestrians (行人) shelter whenever it starts raining. In addition to the rain sensor, there’s also a 360° motion sensor on the fiberglass street lamp which detects whether anyone is using the Lampbrella. After three minutes of not being used the canopy is closed. According to the designer, the Lampbrella would move at a relatively low speed, so as not to cause harm to the pedestrians. Besides, it would be grounded to protect from possibl e lightning strike. Each Lampbrella would offer enough shelter for several people. Being installed at 2 meters off the ground, it would only be a danger for the tallest of pedestrians. While there are no plans to take Lampbrella into production, Belyaev says he recently introduced his creation to one Moscow Department, and insists this creation could be installed on any street where a lot of people walk but there are no canopies to provide shelter. 29. For what purpose did Belyaev create the Lampbrella? A. To predict a heavy rain. C. To protect people from the rain. B. To check the weather forecast. D . To remind people to take an umbrella.

30. What do we know from Belyaev’s words in Paragraph 2? A. His creation was inspired by an experience. B. It rains a lot in the city of Saint Petersburg. C. Street lamps are protected by canopies. D. He enjoyed taking walks in the rain. 31. Which of the following shows how the Lampbrella works? A. motor→canopy→sensors C. motor→sensors→canopy 32. What can be inferred from the last paragraph? A. The designer will open a company to promote his product. B. The Lampbrella could be put into immediate production. C. The designer is confident that his creation is practical. D. The Lampbrella would be put on show in Moscow. D The word advertising refers to any kind of public announcement that brings products and services to the attention of people.Throughout history, advertising has been an effective way to promote(促进)the trading and selling of goods.In the Middle Ages,merchants employed “town criers” to read public messages aloud to promote their goods. When printing was invented in the fifteenth century, pages of advertisements (ads) could be printed easily and were either hung in public places or put in books. B. sensors→motor→canopy D. canopy→motor→sensors

By the end of the seventeenth century, when newspapers were beginning to be read by more people, printed materials became an important way to promote products and services.The London Gazette was the first newspaper to set aside a place just for advertising. This was so successful that by the end of the century several companies started businesses for the purpose of making newspaper ads for merchants. Advertising spread quickly throughout the eighteenth century.Ad writers were starting to pay more attention to the design of the ad text.Everything,from clothes to drinks,was promoted with clever methods such as repetition of the firm’s name or product, words organized in eye-catching patterns,the use of pretty pictures and expressions easy to remember. Near the end of the nineteenth century, companies that were devoted to the production of ads came to be known as “advertising agencies (广告商)” . The agencies developed new ways to get people to think of themselves as members of a group.Throughout the twentieth century, advertising agencies promoted consumerism(消费主义)as a way of life,spreading the belief that people could be happy only if they bought the “right” products. 33.What was advertising like in the Middle Ages? A.Merchants were employed to promote products. B.Ad messages were shouted out in public places. C.Product information was included in books. D.Ad signs were put up in towns. 34.What does the word “This” in Paragraph 2 refer to? A.Working with ad agencies. C.Selling goods in markets. A.The Story of Advertising B.The Value of Advertising Designs C.The Role of Newspaper Advertising D.The Development of Printing for Advertising 第二节(共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) 根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。有两项为多余选项。 In an old shabby building in Budapest, the capital of Hungary, tourists pay to be locked up in a room and try to escape by solving a series of mysterious clues, opening locks and finding their way out.. 36 "Rabbit Hole", inspired by the 19th-century English novel Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, is one of some 100 or so escape-room games that have developed quickly in the Hungarian capital in the last three years, becoming a top attraction for tourists. locations for the city's popular "ruin bars" in the past decade. Andras Maldrik and Zeno and Zohan Ferenez, the owners of ExitPointGames which operates three escape rooms in the "ruin bar" Fogaskert, opened their first room in Budapest two years ago, using only about $2,100-$3,000. Now they are exporting their ideas abroad, designing and building escape rooms in Vienna and Bucharest. 38 Team members make great attempt to search for clues and solving puzzles by using logic and mechanica l skills. ExitPointGames attracts visitors who 37 These same spots served as B.Including pictures in ads. D.Advertising in newspapers.

35. Which of the following might be the best title for the text?

come back again to try their luck at the other two rooms. Visitors can recover with some free food and drink after their escape. On TripAdvisor, the world's largest travel site, visitors can play two other escape-room games, TRAP and Claustrophilia. 39 TRAP also has rooms in other European cities. At one of TRAP's two Budapest locations, tourist can do a bit of time travel back to ancient Egypt in a basement that looks like a burial chamber (墓室), or to the Middle Ages in rooms similar to the inside of a medieval castle. 40 Istvan Karacsony, a manager at TRAP, says game assistants watch the players on television and give them clues if they seem to be stuck. As for the future of Budapest's escape games, Maldrik at ExitPointGames says that with these many competitors, the boom times may soon be over. A. They are playing escape games. B. These escape games require various skills. C. What if the player just can't find the way out? D. There is no doubt that they have made great profit from it. E. If they fail to get out, they lose the game and will get the money back. F. They now rank as the second and third most popular attractions to Budapest. G. Escape games take advantage of Budapest's many shabby basements and old houses.


(共两节,满分 45 分)

第一节:完形填空 (共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出可以填入空白处 的最佳答案,并在答题卡上将该选项涂黑。 As I drove my blue Buick into the garage, I saw that a yellow Oldsmobile was __41___ too close to my space. I had to drive back and forth to get my car into the ___42___ space. That left __43__ enough room to open the door. Then one day I arrived home __44__, and just as I turned off the engine, the yellow Oldsmobile entered its space --- too close to my car, ___45__ . At last I had a chance to meet the driver. My patience had __46___ and I shouted at her, “Can’t you see you’re not ___47___ me enough space? Park farther over.” Banging(猛推) open her door into ___48___, the driver shouted back: “Make me!” ___49____ this she stepped out of the garage. Still, each time she got home first, she parked too close to my ___50___ . Then one day, I thought, “What can I do?” I soon found __51___. The next day the woman __52____ a note on her windshield(挡风玻璃): Dear Yellow Oldsmobile, I’m sorry my mistress(女主人) shouted at yours the other day. She’s been sorry about it. I know it because she doesn’t sing anymore while _____56____ her. Your neighbor, Blue Buick When I went to the ___57___ the next morning, the Oldsmobile was gone, but there was a note on my windshield: Dear Blue Buick, ___53___ . It wasn’t like her to scream ___54____. Fact is, she’d just got bad news and was taking it out on you two. I ___55___ you and your mistress will

My mistress is sorry, too. She parked so __58___ because she just learned to drive. We will park much farther over after this. I’m glad we can be ___59___ now. Your neighbor, Yellow Oldsmobile After that, whenever Blue Buick ___60____ Yellow Oldsmobile on the road, their drivers waved cheerfully and smiled. 41.A.driven 42.A.complete 43.A.quite 44.A.hurriedly usual into 47.A.keeping 48.A.mine 49.A.For 52.A.put 53.A.working 54.A.on end 55.A.hope 56.A.comfort 58.A.crazily 59.A.neighbors 60.A.followed B.parked B.close B.nearly B.first planned about B.saving B.hers B.With B.area B.a result B.wrote B.driving long B.know B.flat B.eagerly B.friends B.passed C.stopped C.narrow C.seldom C.finally well out C.offering C.itself C.From C.front answer C.sent C.returning that C.suppose C.forgive C.noisily C.drivers C.found D.stayed D.fixed D.hardly D.timely yet off D.leaving D.ours D.Upon D.side D.a chance D.discovered D.any more D.suggest D.please D.garage D.early D.writers D.greeted instruction

第二节: (共 10 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 15 分) 阅读下面材料,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。 It was now raining heavily. My husband was away. I did not want to ask anyone else to go with me. So I went to the hospital by 61 quietly on a table. This wasn’t 63 first time Lina had taken too many pills. I knew she would sleep deeply 64 ( do) its harm. 65 . “I’m sure I’ve been 66 for about twelve hours until the poison(毒)had stopped . I was taken to a small room. Lina 62 (lie) sleeping

I sat down by Lina’s side and watched her sleep. The room was still. I looked around. The room seemed familiar. “Have I been here before?” I wondered. I looked around Lina seventeen years ago. 67 happy I was then! 69 (take) in this room,” I told myself. Then I remembered. It was in this very room that I gave birth

Lina used to be such a bright, healthy and nice child. “What ___68___(turn) her into a dope-taker (吸毒者)?” I asked myself. “And why are millions of young people like her dope to destroy themselves? There must be something What is it?” 70 (serious) wrong with our society.

61.______ 62.________ 63._________ 64.__________ 65._________ 66.______ 67.________ 68._________ 69.__________ 70._________

第三部分 写作(共两节,满分 35 分)
第一节 短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文,请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。文中共 有 10 处语言错误,每句中最多有两处,每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。删除: 把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。 增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(^),并在其下面写出该加的词。 修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。 注意:1.每处错误及其修改均仅限一词; 2.只允许修改 10 处,多者(从第 11 处起)不计分。 I believe that everyone in the world loves their mother. So am I. My mother is a ordinary teacher. She works hard at school, just as other mothers do every day. In fact, she isn't good health. She has been suffering from arthritis for many year. In spite of this, she never stops working or giving up hope. I still remember the day and when my mother received a card of congratulations for Teacher's Day from her director. The card reads “Thank you for your hard works; Happy Teacher's Day to you!” At that moment, I was so moving that tears came to my eyes. I am proud of my mother because she is my best teacher as good as my mother. 第二节:书面表达 (满分 25 分) 第二节: 书面表达 假设你是李华,你的美国朋友 Tom 上个月来到北京学习。七月份你将去北京参加暑期中学生 英语演讲比赛(speech contest),你在资料搜集、语言运用等方面遇到了困难。请根据以下要点 给 Tom 写一封电子邮件: 1.询问 Tom 的生活和学习情况; 2.谈谈你的困难并请 Tom 帮忙; 3.告诉 Tom 你打算赛后去看他。 注意: 1.词数:100 字左右 2.可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。



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