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高二英语上学期期末测试 110 分(四) 第一部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分 30 分) 第一节 单项填空 (共 15 小题;每小题 l 分,满分 l5 分) 1 --- How did you like Nick’s performance last night? --- To be honest, his singing didn’t ___to me much A. accustom B. appeal C. occur D. refer 2 ___ we know some basic knowledge concerning AIDS, we can protect ourselves from being infected. A. If only B. Even if C. So long as D. Unless 3 ____ of time and energy have been spent in making the earthquake-stricken areas a permanent museum to remind people how disastrous a natural disaster can be. A. A great deal B. A good many C. Large numbers D. Large quantities 4 John went to the hospital alone. If he me about it, I would have gone with him. A. tells B. told C. should tell D. had told 5 So difficult did I find ___ to work out the problem that I decided to ask my partner for help. A. myself B. us C. it D. that 6. There was a long queue for coffee. Having waited for 10 minutes, we ____ gave up. A. absolutely B. actually C. eventually D. occasionally 7. ____ the fog, we should have reached our school in time. A. But for B. Due to C. In case of D. In spite of 8. Why do we have to ____ Joan’s selfish behavior? She should learn to care for others. A. be addicted to B. be opposed of C. get rid of D. put up with 9. ____ himself with necessary knowledge and skills, Tom went to the job market with much confidence. A. Equipped B. Equipping C. Having equipped D. Being equipped 10. I still remember to the Famen Temple and what I saw there. A. taking B. to take C. being taken D. to be taken 11. I don’t mind her blaming me, but ____ is how she does it that I object to. A. it B. that C. this D. which 12. —I’m feeling terrible and lonely all the time, what should I do? —______! Try to talk to your friends, and take good care of your health. A. Go ahead B. Take it easy C. That’s right D. Don’t mention it 13. Jack is late again. It is ____ of him to keep others waiting. A. aggressive B. appropriate C. desperate D. typical 14. He accidentally _____ he had quarreled with his wife and that he hadn’t been home for a couple of weeks. A. let out B. tried out C. ran out D. made out 15. Under no circumstances, he was warned, _____ to give the password to someone else. A. he was B. was he C. he could D. could he 第二节 完形填空 (共 15 小题;每小题 l 分,满分 15 分) I was on a bus one March evening. The driver didn’t intend to start the bus soon because it was not yet 16 . A middle-aged woman got on. Tired and sad, she told her story 17 , not to anyone in particular. On her way to the station, half of her money was stolen. The other half was hidden under her blouse, so she 18 still had some left. A few minutes later, she stopped crying,
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but still looked 19 . When all the seats were taken, the driver started the engine. The conductor began to__20___fares. When she came to an old man in worn-out clothes, he 21 that he had spent all his money when he had accidentally got on a wrong bus and now he was trying to go home. On hearing this, she ordered the old man to get off the bus. The old man was almost in tears as he 22 her to let him take the bus home. The driver took the conductor’s side and repeated the conductor’s 23 . The woman was watching the incident. 24 the driver and the conductor raised their voices at the old man, she interfered. “Stop 25 him! Can’t you see he’s only trying to get home?” “He doesn’t have any money! ” the driver shouted. “Well, that’s no reason to throw him off the bus,” she insisted. Then she reached inside her blouse, took out her 26 money, and handed it to the conductor. “Here’s his fare and mine. Just stop giving him a 27 time.” All heads turned to the woman. “It’s only money,” she shrugged. She rode the rest of the way home 28 a happy smile, with the money she’d lost earlier forgotten. On the road of life, the help of strangers can 29 our loads and lift our spirits. How much sweeter the 30 will be when we make it a little easier for others! 16. A. empty B. full C. crowded D. ready 17. A. tearfully B. seriously C. carefully D. calmly 18. A. strangely B. happily C. secretly D. fortunately 19. A. unsatisfied B. weak C. unhappy D. excited 20.A. gather B. raise C. collect D. rise 21. A. explained B. approved C. found D. repeated 22. A. begged B. instructed C. praised D. thanked 23. A. request B. action C. suggestion D. order 24. A. Unless B. Although C. Until D. When 25. A. attacking B. bothering C. blaming D. wronging 26. A. spending B. collected C. remaining D. borrowed 27. A. busy B. full C. hard D. fearful 28 A. giving B. wearing C. taking D. forcing 29. A. move B. increase C. lighten D. carry 30 A. home B. journey C. smile D. friendship 第二部分 阅读理解 (共两小节,满分 40 分) A the first newspapers were written by hand and put up on walls in public place. The earliest daily newspaper was started in Rome in 59 BC. In the 700's the world's first printed newspaper was published. Europe didn't have a regularly published newspaper until 1609, when one was started in Germany. the first regularly published newspaper in the English language was printed in Amsterdam in 1620. In 1621, an English newspaper was started in London and was published once a week. The first daily English newspaper was the Daily Courant . It came out in March 1702. In 1690, Benjamin Harris printed the first American newspaper in Boston. But not long after it was first published, the government stopped the paper. In 1704, John Campbell started The Boston
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Newsletter , the first newspaper published in the American colonies. By 1760, the colonies had more than thirty daily newspapers. There are now about 1,800 daily papers in the United States. Today, as a group, English language newspapers have the largest circulation (发行量) in the world. But the largest circulation for a newspaper is that of the Japanese newspaper Asahi Dhimbun . It sells more than eleven million copies every day. 31.The first daily newspaper came out in _____. A. 59 BC B. 700's C. 1609 D. 1620 32The first regular published newspaper in Europe was printed in _____. A. England B. Germany C. France D. Sweden 33.The first printed newspaper in America came out in _____. A. Washington B. New York C. Boston D. New Orleans 34. Today there are about _____ daily newspaper printed in the United States. A. 1621 B. 1704 C. 1760 D. 1800 B Like many residential (住宅的) buildings in the US, the White House is now decorated with a shiny Christmas tree. However its most famous resident(居民) appears upset with Santa. When it comes to gifts, “I give nicer stuff than I get,” President Barack Obama said half-jokingly in an interview with talk show queen Oprah Winfrey on December 13. Asked about Christmas-time giving by Winfrey, Obama’s frankness got a complaint from his co-interviewee, First Lady Michelle Obama. “No way!” she shot back. “I gave you good gifts last year.” Michelle Obama may not be alone in questioning the president’s claim to gift-giving greatness. The 48-year-old was earlier criticized when he presented British Prime Minister Gordon Brown a DVD set of Hollywood films, which apparently did not work on a European player. He also raised eyebrows by giving the Queen of England an iPod. Obama has received a taekwondo outfit (跆拳道服) from South Korean President Lee Myung-bak, and a book which looks at the effects of foreign intervention (干涉) in Latin America in the past five centuries, from Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez. In the interview, the US president said his all-time favorite gifts were a 10-speed bicycle he received one year and a basketball his father gave him one Christmas. “You know, I do remember the one time I met my father he was visiting during Christmas and he gave me a basketball and – the degree to which I came to love basketball – it wasn’t until much later in life that I realized, ‘Actually, he gave me that basketball,’ I think there was some cause and effect there in terms of the degree to which I just ended up taking up the sport as a kid who didn’t know his dad.” 35 The underlined part “its most famous resident” refers to _______. A. Barack Obama B. Michelle Obama C. Oprah Winfrey D. the Queen of England 36. Which of the following statements is TRUE according to the text? A. Oprah has been invited to the Christmas celebrations at the White House. B. Michelle complained to Oprah about her husband’s Christmas gift-giving. C. Barack Obama has been criticized for giving inappropriate state gifts. D. The most unusual gift Barack Obama has received is a taekwondo outfit. 37. We can infer from the last two paragraphs that _______. A. the only gift Obama got from his father was a basketball B. Obama treasures the Christmas gift his father gave to him C. Obama plays basketball well thanks to his father’s training
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D. Obama and his father both love to play basketball 38. The article seems to suggest that US President Barack Obama _______. A. gives nicer gifts than he gets B. is not very good at gift-giving C. only remembers his favorite gift D. likes to share his favorite films with foreign leaders C During World War II, Polish pilots in great Britain were famous for showing off their flying skills. One morning, I was returning from a flight test and made the mistake of beginning my land approach at too low a speed. Just as I crossed the airfield, something was wrong with my plane and it dropped from 2000 feet onto the landing trip and bounced back (弹起) into the air. I gave it full speed, but the plane leaned onto its left wing, and I was off the runway. In despair, I cut all power and used full right brake (制动闸). The plane turned 180 degrees back onto the landing trip, tail first. The firm P51 was not damaged. Did you see that plane? a visiting air official said breathlessly. Don't worry, sir, the Air Force commanding officer replied, it's only one of those Polish pilots trying to show off. 39.The writer of the story was _____. A. a Polish pilot B. an English official C. a visitor D. an officer 40.The pilot who flew the plane _____. A. was showing off his flying skills B. had great difficulty in landing the plane C. repaired the plane before landing D. landed on the airfield without difficulty 41. The plane bounced back into the air because _____. A. the pilot began his landing approach too late B. the pilot suddenly decided not to land C. something was wrong with the left wing D. it was out of control D If you smoke and still don’t believe there’s a definite link between smoking and bronchial(支气 管的) troubles, heart disease and lung cancer, then you are certainly misleading yourself. This needn’t make you too uncomfortable because you are in good company. Whenever the subject of smoking and health is raised, the governments of most countries hear no evil, see no evil and smell no evil. Admittedly, a few governments have taken cautious measures. In Britain for instance, cigarette advertising has been banned on television. The conscience(良心) of the nation is satisfied, while the population continues to puff its way to smoky, cancerous death. You don’t have to look very far to find out why the official reactions to medical findings have been so lukewarm(温热). The answer is simply money. In tax takings alone, the government of Britain collects enough from smokers to pay for its entire educational facilities. So while the official powers point out ever so unnoticeably that smoking may, possible, be harmful, it doesn’t do to shout too loudly about it. It’s surely the most short-sighted policy you could imagine. While money is eagerly collected in vast sums with one hand, it is paid out in increasingly vaster sums with the other. Enormous amounts are spent on cancer research and on efforts to cure people suffering from the disease. Countless valuable lives are lost. In the long run, there is no doubt that everybody would be much better-off if smoking were banned altogether. If the governments of the world were honestly concerned about their people, you’d think they’d conduct aggressive anti-smoking campaigns. Far from it! The tobacco industry is allowed to spend shocking sums on advertising. Its advertising is as dangerous as it is dishonest, which always
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associates smoking with being manly, great open-air life, with beautiful girls, true love and togetherness. What extreme nonsense! For a start, governments could begin by banning all cigarette and tobacco advertising. Smoking should be banned in all public places. Great efforts should be made to inform young people especially of the awful consequences of taking up the habit. A horrific warning should be included in every packet of cigarettes. As individuals, we are certainly weak, but if governments acted honestly and courageously, they could protect us from ourselves. 42. What does the sentence “because you are in good company” in the first paragraph mean? A. You are accepted by the government. B. You have governments as good friends. C. Companies have good business with you. D. Governments are blind to evils of smoking too. 43. Why do a few governments take cautious measures toward smoking? A. Because they are afraid of the smokers. B. Because diseases cost so much. C. Because they fear their takings will decrease. D. Because they are quite afraid of medical findings. 44 We can infer from the fourth paragraph that ______. A. the tobacco industry is misleading people with dishonest advertisements B. the tobacco industry is dangerous by associating smoking with being manly C. the tobacco industry is spending shocking sums of money D. the tobacco industry is advertising great open-air life with beautiful girls 45. What does the writer suggest the governments should do? A. They should spend smaller sums of money on advertising. B. They should conduct aggressive anti-smoking campaigns. C. They should ban all cigarette and tobacco in all places. D. They should frighten people with horrific warnings everywhere. E. Difficult times often bring out the best in people. And this was the case for basketball star Yao Ming, who hosted a television show in Shanghai that raised US $ 300, 000 to help researchers find a cure for SARS. Fundraising, or charity, is an act of goodwill towards others. Charities in the West have more flexible ways. Look at a typical day for Ruth, a wealthy woman in the UK, for example. Ruth wakes up in the morning and collects her post. There’s a letter addressed to her with a picture of a half-dead, beaten horse. It’s from a charity asking Ruth to donate money to save the animals. The door bell rings and there, on Ruth’s doorstep, is an old woman asking for money to help the aged. She turns on the television, hears sad music and sees a picture of a wide-eyed child dying of hunger in Africa with an appeal for money to help the child. Ruth then goes shopping for a dress to wear to that evening’s large party for the rich and famous. The ticket cost her a small fortune, but she doesn’t mind because most of the money is going to a charity that fights AIDS. She feels good about going because she’s helping the sick. Within five minutes of walking down the street, Ruth has passed a charity shop. She doesn’t stop because she doesn’t think she would find a suitable dress there—it’s full of old , secondhand clothes . But, many other people enter and buy all sorts of bargains. Edna, a little old lady, looks after the shop. Any profit it has made goes to a cancer charity. Now that she has retired, she has plenty of spare time to offer her services for free. For people like Yao Ming , Ruth and Edna , charity is a virtue that holds the same importance in life as faith and hope. “As you look back on your life , the moments that stand out are the moments
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when you have done things for others,” said Scottish author Henry Drummond . 46. Which of the following is NOT mentioned in the story as a way of fundraising ? A.Charity party. B.Charity post. C.Charity TV program . D.Charity for beggars. 47. What does the word “raise” in the first paragraph mean ? A.Collect. B.Donate. C.Increase. 48. We can infer from the passage that . D.Bring to someone’s attention.

A.Yao Ming is very proud of what he did for SARS B.Edna may not be a rich lady but she is willing to do something for others C.Ruth leads a busy life and she feels very tired D.Ruth is angry because so many people ask her for money every day. 49. What’s the writer’s attitude towards charity ? A.The writer thinks it’s something only people like Ruth can afford to do. B.The writer just wants to inform us of the different ways to practice charity. C.The writer thinks it’s a virtue and admires the people who practice it. D.The writer doesn’t make it clear in the story. 50. The underlined part in the last paragraph probably means that . A.when you look back sometimes , you need stand out B.when you want to do something for others , you need stand out C.the moment you stand out , you can do something for others D.what impresses people deeply is what they have done for others 第三部分 写作:(共两节,满分 40 分) 第一节 阅读表达(共 5 小题;每小题 3 分,满分 15 分) 阅读下面短文,根据要求回答问题。 (注意括号内的字数要求) First aid means the aid or the help that can be given to an injured person first, that is, before any other help arrives. Nowadays there is usually a telephone not far away and the first things we should do, if a serious accident happens, is_____________________________. Sometimes quick action by us may save someone’s life. Shock. People often suffer from shock after receiving an injury, sometimes even when the injure is a small one. The face turns gray, and the skin becomes damp and cold. They breathe quickly. They should be kept warm. Cover them with a blanket and give them a warm drink. Broken bones. Do not move the patient. Send for an ambulance at once. Bleeding. A little bleeding doesn’t harm. It washes dirt from the wound. But if the bleeding continues, try to stop it by placing a clean cloth firmly over the wound until the bleeding stops or helps arrive. Poison. A person who has taken poison should be taken to a hospital at once. With some poisons, sleeping pills, for example, it is a good thing to make the patient throw up by pressing your fingers down his throat. Remember: When an accident happens, telephone for an ambulance at once. Keep the injured person warm and quiet. Give him plenty of air. Do not let other people crowd around him. 51. What’s the best title for the passage? ___________________________________________________ 52 What’s the symptom when someone goes into shock? ________________________________________________________ 53. Please fill in the blank in the first paragraph with proper words or phrases to complete the
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sentence. ________________________________________________________ 54. What’s the author’s purpose of writing the passage? ________________________________________________________ 55. Translate the underlined sentence in the last but one paragraph into Chinese. ________________________________________________________ 第二节 书面表达(满分 25 分) 假如你是李明,你跟你的朋友 Paul 聊天,他表示学习压力很大,请你给他写封信,给他 提一些建议。 【写作要求】1.将自己的问题告诉老师和同学,请求得到他们的帮助。 2.不要总想着考试成绩,要多想想自己在哪些方面进步了,这样就会给自己自信。 3.多做运动,运动可以帮助自己缓解压力,并且有助于睡眠。 4.你对他的祝福。 注意:词数 120 左右。 Dear Paul, I quite sympathize (同情) with you and understand the great trouble you are suffering from. ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________

单项填空 1- 5:BCDDC 6-10 CADCC 完型填空 16-20 BADCC 21-25 AADDB 阅读理解 31-34 ABCD 35-38 ACBB 阅读表达 51. First Aid

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52. The face turns gray, the skin becomes damp and cold, and they breathe quickly. 53. To telephone for an ambulance / to make a call for help 54. To tell us some advice on how to deal with common accidents. 55.如果有人服用了有毒的药物,比如安眠药,比较好的办法是用手指压在他的喉咙上使他呕 吐。
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书面表达 One possible version: Dear Paul, I quite sympathize(同情)with you and understand the great trouble you are suffering from. No matter what is troubling you, don’t blame yourself for not doing well. I suggest you communicate your trouble to your teachers and classmates, as they may help you out of the tough situation. You are not supposed to think about your exams all the time, which only makes you more depressed. Instead, you should think about the progress you have made in your study, which will surely increase your own confidence. In addition, I advise you to do more exercise in your spare time to relieve your stress, because sports will also help you sleep better at night. Only when you feel energetic can you concentrate on your study. I hope you will get out of your trouble soon and live happily. Yours sincerely, Li Ming

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