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江西省南昌市八一中学 2013-2104 学年高一文理分科测试英语试题

第一部分:听力(共两节,满分 30 分) 第一节(共 5 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 7.5 分) 1. What will the woman do first? A. Go to see David. B. Go to the airport. C. Wash the dishes. 2. What is the woman doing at the moment? A. Waiting for her son. B. Driving a car. C. Answering the phone. 3. What bothered the speakers? A. The professor ?s speech. B. The noisy traffic. C. The microphone. 4. Who was badly hurt in the accident? A. Two men. B. A woman and her child. C. No one. 5. What does the woman mean? A. The coat was too expensive. B. The man should return the coat. C. The coat needs to be washed again. 第二节(共 15 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 22.5 分) 请听第 6 段材料,回答第 6、7 题。 6. What are the speakers? A. At the bus stop. B. At a hotel. C. At the railway station. 7. How long will the man have to wait? A. 35 minutes. B. 30 minutes. C. 10 minutes. 请听第 7 段材料,回答第 8 至 9 题。 8. What are the two speakers talking about? A. Gifts for the family. B. Their family?s hobbies. C. Spring Festival. 9. What will they buy for Julie? A. A book. B. A Barbie. C. Flowers. 请听第 8 段材料,回答第 10 至 12 题。 10. What will the speakers do on Friday? A. Listen to some music. B. Watch a movie. C. Climb a mountain. 11. What is the discount on Monday? A. 50%. B. 20%. C. No discount. 12. What is the woman? A. An assistant. B. A student. C. A manager. 请听第 9 段材料,回答第 13 至 16 题。 13. Where are the speakers? A. In a pet store. B. In the street. C. In their house. 14. Who will feed the pet if they get one? A. The man. B. The woman. C. Their child. 15. Which kind of animal does the woman like best? A. Dogs. B. Cats. C. Birds. 16. What will the speakers probably buy? A. A Labrador. B. A Persian. C. A Parrot. 请听第 10 段材料,回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. When did the official festival start? A. In 1874. B. In 1974. C. In 1947.

18. Which is the largest arts festival in the world? A. The original International Festival. B. The Fringe Festival. C. The present International Festival. 19. What are the acts like in the Fringe Festival? A. More traditional. B. More fashionable. C. More interesting. 20. Which event is held in Edinburgh Castle? A. The Jazz and Blues Festival. B. The Film Festival. C. The Military Tattoo. 第二部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分 45 分) 第一节:单项填空(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 分)
从每题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。

21. In China, _____ pressure on passing _____ exams is a headache for students. A. \, \ B. the, the C. the, \ D. \, the 22. I wonder _____ you can come to stay with me when my parents are out. A. that B. if C. which D. what 23. —What do you think of his opinion? —None has given me ___________ piece of advice. A. a better B. a best C. the best D. the better 24. Last summer holiday, I went back to my hometown, ________ the neighbours and the house ________ I used to be familiar with were gone. A. only finding; which B. only to find; that C. to find; whom D. found; that 25. To be frank, I really don't know what SOS _________________. Can you explain it? A. stands by B. stands for C. stands up D. stands with 26. ---Are you going to attend the meeting _____ next Saturday? ---I won't unless invited. A. being held B. held C. will be held D. to be held 27. The head office of the bank is in Beijing, but it has ________ all over the country. A. companies B. branches C. organizations D. businesses 28. Tom, as well as me, ________ that the director is going to attend the ceremony of the film. A. knows B. know C. have known D. am to know 29. It was foolish of him to ______ his notes during that important test, and as a result, he got punished. A. stick to B. refer to C. keep to D. point to 30. You can hardly imagine the difficulty Mrs. A. brought B. to bring bringing D. to have brought 31.Johnson is a (n) ______customer of this shop and he comes here twice a week. A. common B. regular C. normal D. ordinary 32. My transistor radio isn?t working. It ____. A. need repairing B. needs to repair C. needs repairing D. need to be repaired 33. Is it________ sparing some time for your hobby while your classmates are concentrating on their lessons? A. worth B. worthy C. worthwhile D. valuable 34. People around Lucy consider her smart and pretty, and, _____ they are right. A. on their way B. in a way C. in the way D. in their way 35. --- In recent years, natural disasters have become more frequent.

--- _______ . It?s time to take action to protect the environment. A. I couldn?t agree more. B. Probably not. C. That?s not the point. D. Not at all.

In front of the church down the street, a manger(马槽) had been set up, with Mary, Joseph, and the barn animals in 47.______ the arrival of baby Jesus. As I walked home, I 48._____ that the story of Joseph and Mary wandering from door to door seeking shelter was much like my own. Leaving Puerto Rico was still a 49._____in my soul and I was struggling with whom I had become in my 15 years in the United States. I?d mourned my losses, 50._____for the first time, I recognized what I?d gained. I was 51.______, and educated and healthy. My life was still before me, full of 52. ______. Sometimes the best 53.____ is the one you give yourself. That Christmas, I gave myself credit 54.____ I?d accomplished so far and permission to go 55. ______ unafraid. It was the best gift I?ve ever received, the one that I most treasure. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. A. chosen A. working A. crowded A. looking for A. finally A. patient A. friends A. beautiful A. pleased A. hated A. achieved A. search A. imagined A. effort A. but A. excited A. desires A. gift B. bothered B. laughing B. expensive B. looking at B. easily B. strict B. dreams B. interesting B. upset B. loved B. refused B. expectation B. sighed B. belief B. so B. independent B. possibilities B. lesson C. allowed C. studying C. cheerful C. looking through C. quickly C. alone C. guests C. clean C. surprised C. missed C. preferred C. position C. realized C. wound C. because C. ordinary C. ideals C. purpose D. accompanied D. thinking D. large D. looking over D. likely D. private D. customers D. empty D. curious D. forgot D. offered D. control D. expressed D. wish D. though D. worthless D. advantages D. memory

54. A. on B. in C. at D. for 55. A. upward B. down C. around D. forward 第三部分:阅读理解(共 20 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 40 分) 阅读下列短文,然后从各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项。 A When I was 18, I had a motorbike accident that put me in a coma for three months. The doctors said there was little chance of my coming out of it, but my identical twin, Marcus, didn ?t believe them and carried on talking g to me. My first words when I came to myself were, “ Hello, Marcus.” Even though I had no memory of my own name , or that the woman crying at my bedside was my mother , I knew Marcus immediately; it was like a genetic (遗传的)memory. I just felt close to him.

56. Which of the following words best describes Marcus? A. Dishonest. B. Thoughtful. C. Careful. D. Strict. 57. According to the text, the author ________. A. felt very close to Marcus when he first woke up B. didn?t get his memories back until months later C. had been very popular before the accident D. remembered nothing but his own name when he first woke up 58. How did the author feel when he first got his memories back? A. Angry. B. Excited C. Guilty D. Lonely. 59. What was the author ?s purpose in writing the text? A. To tell us the importance of being honest. B. To explain the meaning of success. C. To express his gratitude to his twin. D. To show how he had suffered. 60. Which of the following would be the best title for the text? A. My Twin Rewrote My Childhood. B. An Accident Destroyed My Life C. Family Will Always Be with You D. Friends Share Everything B Rhinos(犀牛) are big and can be dangerous. They are also shy and seldom seen. Once there were hundreds of rhino species, but today there are only five. One ancient rhino called Indricotherium was the largest land mammal that ever lived. It was 5m high at the shoulders, and 8.5m long— twice the size of today?s biggest elephant! The living rhinos are still big, averaging 2-3m long and weighing up to 3,600kg.

To see all five species of living rhino you would need to do a bit of exploring. First you might visit Africa for a look at the white rhino and the black rhino. They live in Africa?s dry woodlands and grasslands. Then you could head to India and Nepal for a look at the Indian rhino. It lives in the high grasslands near rivers, where you have to ride an elephant to find one. Finally you might travel to the rainforests on the islands of Indonesia to see the Sumatran and Javan rhinos. These are the smallest and rarest rhinos in the world and extremely difficult to find. Most rhinos are gentle and timid (胆小的).They have a bad reputation for being very aggressive, but that may be partly because they get frightened easily. Also, they have poor eyesight. They rely on their strong sense of smell to tell them a stranger is approaching, but if the wind is blowing the wrong way, they may not know someone is there until it?s too late. Rhinos can be found only in their habitats, which is why habitat destruction has caused rhino populations to decline. As they disappear from certain places, their absence leads to many changes to the landscape. For example, black rhinos in Africa only eat shrubs (灌木) and small trees, pruning (修剪) the plants and limiting their growth. Many other species benefit from this, and as rhinos disappear, so do many other animals sharing their habitat. Bushes and trees take over the land and force species like the antelope to leave in search of food. In a short time the whole habitat has changed. 61. From the text we learn that ______. A.rhinos are all big and dangerous B.rhinos are twice as large as elephants C.rhino numbers have declined greatly D.Indricotherium is the world’s biggest living animal now 62. The white rhino can be found in______. A.Indonesia’s island B.Nepal’s high grasslands C.Africa’s dry woodlands and grasslands D.India’s high grasslands near rivers 63. What can we conclude from Paragraph 2? A.Most rhinos live alone. B.Rhinos’ habitat ranges from rainforests to grasslands. C.The five rhino species are all different in colour. D.Rhinos are disappearing from their habitats. 64. The underlined word “aggressive” in Paragraph 3 can be replaced by_____. A.energetic B.fierce C.useless D.attractive 65. The example of the black rhinos in the last paragraph is mainly to show that_____. A.the disappearance of rhinos has led to habitat change B.all rhinos are endangered C.all the habitat of rhinos has been damaged D.rhinos only eat plants C Hilton Shanghai, the city's first international hotel, has been recognized as a top business hotel in shanghai for its convenient(方便的) location and outstanding facilities(设施) for more than 20 years. However, the hotel's newly appointed(任命) general manager Gerd Knaust says it is the people that make the hotel successful. More than 380 employees have been working with the hotel for more than 15 years. Some of them have personal relationships with customers. ''It's a people-relations business,'' Knaust says. ''They really tell me about the stories in the last 15

years. It's something very nice to listen to. It's also a lasting memory for the guests.'' In fact, over the years, some of the guests have stayed in the hotel 200 or even 300 times. Knaust, who has been working in the hospitality (招待) industry for more than 30 years, started his career as a chef in Germany. During his early 30s, Knaust already moved to the top in the culinary (烹调的) field as director of kitchen of Hyatt Regency Cologne in Germany. After holding several general manager positions in Mandarin Oriental hotels, Knaust joined Hilton International as the general manager to open the Conrad and Doubletree by Hilton at Haitang Bay, Sanya in 2010. When he was appointed as the general manager of Hilton Shanghai in November, he not only was heavily involved(参与) in recruitment(招募新人), sales and marketing strategies(战略) but also he worked closely with the food and beverage ( 饮料 ) team to develop the hotel's restaurant concepts(理念) and menus. ''I believe that we should offer quality and healthy food.'' he says. Knaust believes that a hotel must value(重视) the customers' comments on Ctrip, Trip Advisor and other platforms(平台), etc. ''It keeps us more on guard to be 100 percent professional(专业的),'' he says. 66. Why do business travelers choose Hilton Shanghai? A. Because it is in Shanghai. B. Because of its location, facilities and good service. C. Because its general manager is excellent. D. Because some customers are the staff's relatives. 67. From the passage we know ______ . A. Hilton Shanghai is the first international hotel in China B. Gerd Knaust thinks that the staff(工作人员) is the most important in making the hotel successful C. Gerd Knaust has worked in Hilton Shanghai for more than 20 years D. most of the employees in Hilton Shanghai have personal relationships with customers 68. Knaust joined Hilton International as the general manager to ______. A. open the Conrad and Doubletree B. be involved in recruitment C. start his career as chef D. develop the hotel?s restaurant concepts and menus 69. Trip Advisor in the last paragraph but one is likely to be______. A. a person who can give you some advice about trip B. a website where travelers can leave their advice C. an organization which can give you some advice D. a place where you can have a good trip 70. What is the passage mainly about? A. First international hotel in Shanghai. B. How to manage a hotel well. C. Knaust's management idea. D. Knaust's life story. D
On February 1, 1960, I met three of my friends at the North Carolina A & T College library in Greensboro, and together we walked the mile to Woolworth?s. At that time in the South, African Americans weren?t allowed to eat with whites. Woolworth?s had a separate lunch counter in the basement for “Negroes”(黑人). My friends and I had agreed that we would sit down at the white lunch counter and ask to be served. And we did just that. Immediately, spoons stopped halfway to people?s mouths. Every eye was on us. Again, we asked the waitress for coffee and said it was a custom not to serve the black people. And I asked, “But you do agree that the custom is wrong, don?t you?”

We were very polite----our goal was to make sure that people did the right thing. So we sat there, waiting. An angry policeman came in, and stopped right behind me. I could feel his hot breath on my neck as he stood over me. I said to myself, “This is it.” But he just stood there for a minute, and then backed away and started pacing up and down. I came to realize: he didn?t know what to do. A little old white lady sitting farther down the counter finished her sandwich and headed straight for us. I prepared myself for a blast(一阵) of abuse. Instead, she put her hands on our shoulders and said, “Boys, I am so proud of you. I only regret that you didn?t do this ten years ago.” That added to my determination to see it through. We went back to that lunch counter every day for six months until African Americans were finally served in every restaurant. 71. What does the underlined word, “abuse” in the third paragraph probably mean? A. Great encouragement. B. Good praise. C. Unkind words. D. Direct advice. 72. Why did people focus on the author when he asked to be served? A. Because he sat at the white people?s lunch counter. B. Because he asked for coffee, which wasn?t served there. C. Because he was very loud and was disturbed other people. D. Because he was new to the Woolworth?s restaurant. 73. Which of the following words best describes the author? A. Strange. B. Kind-hearted. C. Courageous. D. Stubborn. 74. Which of the following is TRUE, according to the text? A. The author?s friends were disappointed with him. B. The old lady was in support of the author. C. The old lady called the policeman in to deal with the matter. D. The author?s friends stopped the matter from getting worse. 75. What can be inferred from the text? A. The author ?s goal was to fight with white people. B. The author was not satisfied with the service at Woolworth?s. C. The policeman was very rude and the author was afraid. D. African Americans had a long struggle for equal rights.

第四部分 写作 第一节 阅读表达 阅读下面短文并回答问题(请注意问题后的词数要求) 。 After calling 120 for emergency medical help, Ling Kai, 23, turned promptly to his injured colleague Xiao Xu, binding the wound to stop the bleeding and gingerly(谨慎地) fixing a make-do splint(夹板) around his broken legs with some strips of material. A group of doctors arrived at the scene of the accident 10 minutes later. They were pleased with Ling. “You have really helped him have a greater chance of survival,” Chen Zhi, a doctor with 120 center, told him. The scenario(情节) was only make--believe, but the first-aid training may one day prove invaluable to the participants. In Beijing only one in every 180 people has first-aid skills compared with one in four in the United States and one in 16 in Singapore. This figure is something Beijing is trying to improve. Ling, a new employee with the Beijing Sources Environmental Protection Technology Co Ltd, was among 18 workers to be given first-aid training at the firm. The company?s Zhao Yong, chief of work safety, told China Daily that the employees are subject to many dangerous working conditions. “Fire, poisonous gas and other eventualities are all possible threats to our staff,” Zhao said

The company spends tens of thousands of yuan each year on safety equipment and related training. “Fist aid is the most important training class we have ever had,” he said During the two—day training session, the basics of how to stop bleeding are taught as well as the preliminary(初级的)treatment of fractures(骨折)and what to do if someone has stopped breathing. “I never thought that I would be able to be helpful to others when they are in such critical situations,” Ling said. Ling believed the first-aid course could benefit himself, his family and his colleagues. “It?s a kind of life-saving training,” said Ling: “If you have some first-aid skills, you can help save a life,” Chen said. He recounted a case in which a young man had been stabbed(刺) in the stomach. He died because he got the wrong treatment on his way to hospital. “If the bleeding had been stopped, he could have survived even if he was sent to a hospital an hour away.” Chen said. Chen and his co-workers had just finished a two-day training session for employees at a petrochemical corporation.

听力 1-20 CABCB CAABB ABABB CCBCC 单选 21-35 CBABB DBABC BCCBA 完型 36-55 DBAAA CADBC ABCCA BBADD 阅读 56-60 BAACA CCBBA BBABC CACBD 阅读表达 76. He bound the wound to stop the bleeding and gingerly fixed a make-do splint around his broken legs with strips of material. 77. Because the employees are subject to many dangerous working conditions. Fires, poisonous gas and other eventualities are all possible threats to them. 78. The basics of how to stop bleeding, the preliminary treatment of fractures and what to do if someone has stopped breathing. 79. We can help save a life. 80. Because he got the wrong treatment on his way to hospital.



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