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高二英语第一学期期末测试卷
(满分:150分,考试时间:120分钟) 校区: 学生姓名:

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) 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最 佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。 听完每段对话后,你都有 10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题 和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 1. What does the man think of David’s car? A. It’s too expensive. 2. When did the woman go shopping? A. Before sleeping. B. After taking a walk. C. After dinner. B. It’s really cheap. C. It’s rather old.

3. What can we learn from the dialogue? A. The man’s car hit a truck. B. The man is badly injured. C. The car can still work well. 4. How does Peter feel about the results of the test? A. Worried. B. Disappointed. C. Satisfied.

5. Where are the two speakers most probably? A. In a taxi. B. On a bus. C. On a plane.

第二节(共 15 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 22.5 分) 听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个 选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各 个小题, 每小题 5 秒钟; 听完后, 各小题将给出 5 秒钟的做答时间。 每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第 6 段材料,回答第 6、7 题。 6. Who went on a package holiday? A. Tony and Betty. 7. How did the man like the holiday? A. Comfortable. 听第 7 段材料,回答第 8 至 10 题。 8. What’s the probable relationship between the speakers? A. Teacher and student. 9. What does the woman worry about? B. Classmates. C. Father and daughter. B. Disappointing. C. Wonderful. B. Tony and Julia. C. Julia and Betty.

A. Her term paper. 10. What does the man advise her to do? A. Hand in the paper. relaxing. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 11 至 l3 题。 11. Why won’t Susan go to Phoenix? A. She didn’t book a plane ticket. B. She lost her plane ticket. C. She can’t afford the trip.

B. The exams.

C. Her health.

B. Change her major.

C. Do something

12. Where did Susan probably lose her wallet? A. In the street. B. In the bank. C. On the bus.

13. What does the man advise Susan to do? A. To go to the police station. B. To call the bus company. C. To ask someone about it. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 14 至 16 题。 14. What is the rent of the apartment near the park? A. $ 400. B. $ 350. C. $ 415.

15. What is the cheapest two-bedroom apartment like? A. It’s rather noisy. 16. Which apartment do they prefer? A. The one next to the supermarket. B. The one near University Avenue. C. The one on Fifteenth Avenue. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. What is the man speaker probably? A. A zoo keeper. B. A volunteer. C. An animal expert. B. It’s very quiet. C. It’s not furnished.

18. What can we learn about volunteers? A. They can operate on sick animals. B. They are not allowed to do office work. C. They can help animals in their daily life. 19. Which is not mentioned to help abandoned pets? A. The responsibility. B. The medical care. C. The family’s support.

20. Where can you go if you want to help animals?

A. To the nature centers.

B. To the pet shops.

C. To the local hospitals.

第二部分:词汇知识运用(共两节,满分 30 分) 第一节:单项选择(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 21. Although China has developed its economy greatly, its per capital GDP is still _____ one-tenth of the United States. A. slightly B. separately C. originally D. roughly

22. Old batteries can’t be discarded _____ even when they are no longer useful, because they’ll pollute the environment. A. casually B. partly C. gradually D. immediately

23. The Japanese government’s so-called purchase of Diaoyu Islands will inevitably have a(n) _____ impact on China-Japan economic and trade ties. A. effective B. productive C. negative D. creative

24. One of his major shortcomings is that he always bases his judgement on subjective opinions, which often leads to _____ against something or somebody. A. prejudices B. judgements C. figures D. theories

25. The notes for glossary (词汇) are very exact and particular, which could help readers to break the language _____ so directly and effectively. A. defence B. function C. response D. barrier no smoking in the

26. In the questionnaire, the subjects are questioned whether they public area. A. reveal B. advocate C. swear

D. tolerate

27. Reportedly some farmers do not like to sell grain to the State. It remains to be seen how the government will ____ this challenge. A. handle B. blame C. recreate D. raise

28. Sally’s humor functioned well. It was her words that immediately ______ me when I was in low spirits. A. reminded B. rewarded C. refreshed D. recovered

29. The works written by Mo Yan have long ______ all tastes, whether young or old. A. appealed to B. addicted to C. devoted to D. opposed to

30. He insisted on going home _____ getting drunk last night, which made him caught and fined by the police. A. in case of B. in spite of C. in terms of D. on account of

第二节:完型填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 阅读下面短文,从短文后所给各题的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出可以填入空 白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 Mo Yan’s Nobel Prize in Literature soon aroused public curiosity of the 57-year-old Chinese writer: Why was it he that was favored by the Swedish Academy? Chinese media seemed to be 31 as some journalists were reported to be on their way overnight to Gaomi City, Shandong,

Mo’s 32 where he stayed with his family. Born in 1955 into a rural family, Mo 33 out of school and became a farmer when he was 35 after Chinese literary circles started

a(n) 34. He joined the military and devoted himself to rethinking deeply the Cultural Revolution.

Mo’s novel ―Big Breasts & Wide Hips‖ tells a story of a mother who struggled and suffered 36 and tangled (缠结的) fates with Chinese people in the 20th century. His more recent work 37 China’s one-child family policy, which helped 39 brought tragedies to farmers in the past 60 years. 40 is that my works present lives with unique 42 human beings, which goes 38 the country’s

―Frog‖ more directly population explosion

―I think the reason why I could win the

Chinese 41, and they also tell stories from a viewpoint of beyond differences of nations

and races,‖ Mo said to Chinese journalists. Mo also said many

43 arts originated from his hometown, such as clay sculpture, paper cuts, traditional new-year paintings, have 44 and influenced his novels. 45 of

Mo’s prize may give powerful encouragement to the country’s writers as the more Chinese lives their works are, the more possible they 46 as a world literature. 47

As the world’s fast-developing country with a long history, China will

meet conflicts

with western civilizations. 48 , the country faces internally a wide gap between the rich and the poor, 49 environment pollution and an aging population. Paying more attention to such 50 , Chinese writers may create more works that record the nation’s journey to rejuvenation(复 兴).With more Chinese writers like Mo, the world could learn a more real China. Perhaps, this is another reason for the Swedish Academy’s choice. 31.A. astonished 32.A. business 33. A.escaped 34. A.adult 35.A. training 36. A hardship B. ashamed B. birthplace B.ran B. citizen B. writing B. unemployment C. embarrassed C. bookstore C. dropped C. parent C.farming C. disease D. disappointed D. workplace D. moved D. teenager D. speaking D. accident

37. A.adapted 38. A.destroy 39. A.and 40. A. prize 41. A. customs 42.A.particular 43. A.advanced 44. A. inspired 45. A.imaginative 46. A.admire 47. A. uncertainly 48. A. Otherwise 49. A. worsening 50. A. suggestions

B. supported B. cause B. but B. game B. institutions B. usual B. elegant B. interrupted B. reflective B. arise B. unbearably B. Therefore B. softening B. plans

C. criticized C. increase C. or C. respect C. characteristics C. strange C. folk C. prevented C. appreciative C. fail C. unavoidably C. However C. deepening C. arguments

D. praised D. control D. so D. profit D. feelings D. common D. royal D. processed D. productive D. lack D. unacceptably D. Meanwhile D. widening D. problems

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,从每篇短文后所给各题的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项, 并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A With his game-winning three-pointer at the buzzer, Jeremy Lin (林书豪) finished the New York Knicks’ dramatic reversed victory to defeat the Toronto Rapters. The Knicks have won six games in a row, and Jeremy Lin has put up impressive numbers during the continuous period of competitions. Although the season is still young, the Knicks have reversed course in just one week from the NBA’s most disappointing team to a playoff (季后赛) contestant. Lin, not team’s high-paid stars, has saved the Knicks season and likely coach D’Antoni’s job. After nearly 15 years of disappointing, sometimes unsuccessful seasons, Madison Square Garden is alive again, and New York City can't stop talking about the Knicks. To put things into perspective, consider this: Just several years back, Knicks fans protested nightly outside of the Garden calling for the team's ownership to fire their resented coach Isiah Thomas. Now, Madison Square Garden Co. shares are at a record high, the Knicks’ average household television rating is up 70 percent since Lin joined the starting lineup (首发阵容), and jersey sales are increasing very quickly. I watched the Knicks-Lakers game at a bar in Harlem, and have not felt that kind of energy from fans since the great playoff between the Knicks and Miami Heat in

the late 1990s. Beyond the Knicks, Lin may be saving the NBA as well. Just a few months back, the NBA took a massive credibility hit during a multi-month lockout, where the owners did not allow the players to go back to play until they accept the new salary levels. As a consequence, the season did not even begin until Christmas Day. Over the past few years, LeBron James' (勒布朗﹒詹姆斯) relatively long and unpleasant free-agent (自由职业球员) events, combined with poor play around the league, have angered fans and damaged the league's brand. Lin is leading a one-week NBA basketball revival. His legendary story has inspired Asian-Americans, increased NBA sales in China, and turned the basketball world upside down. 51. According to the passage, Jeremy Lin’s excellent performance saved the following except ______. A. The NBA C. The Knicks B. Madison Square Garden Co.’s shares D. Coach Isiah Thomas

52. The underlined word ―young‖ in Paragraph 2 probably means ―_________.‖ A. in the early stage B. not old yet. C. not completely grown. D. in the development

53. Which one of the following statements is TRUE according to the passage? A. These Knicks’ stars who were paid well saved the Knicks season B. The fans objected to dismissing Coach Isiah Thomas outside the Garden C. The owners and the players didn’t agree on raising the TV ratings D. The Knicks didn’t satisfy its fans for nearly 15 years until this season 54. The passage is mainly about _______. A. how Jeremy Lin saved the Knicks, probably including the NBA B. why Jeremy Lin became a member of the Knicks C. how the Knicks defeated its opponents in a great playoff D. why the New Yorkers thought well of Jeremy Lin B Once Dr. Mellinkoff invited me to join him at the hospital to discuss interesting cases with his students. The case at hand was a Guatemalan man, aged 34, who had a fever and many other medical problems. His condition was not improving, and there was not much hope he would live. Dr. Mellinkoff asked to see the patient. He introduced himself in Spanish and , in a very gentle voice, asked how he felt. The patient smiled and said everything was all right. Then the doctor asked if he was able to eat. The patient said that he had no desire to eat. ―Are you getting food you like? ‖ The patient said nothing .

―Do you get the kind of food you have at home?‖ The answer was no . The doctor put his hand on the man’s shoulder and his voice was very soft . ―If you had food that you liked, would you eat it?‖ ― Yes, yes.‖ the patient said. The change in the patient’s appearance couldn’t have been more obvious. Nothing was said, but it was easy to tell that a message had been sent and had also been received. Later, the doctor asked why the Guatemalan man wasn’t getting food he could eat. One of the students said, ―We all know how difficult it is to get the kitchen to make special meals.‖ ―Suppose,‖ the doctor replied, ―you felt a certain medicine was absolutely necessary but that our hospital didn’t carry it, would you accept defeat or would you insist the hospital meet your request?‖ ―I would probably insist,‖ the student said. ―Very well,‖ the doctor said. ―You might want to try the same method in the kitchen. It won’t be easy, but I can help you. Meanwhile, let’s get some food inside this man as fast as possible, and stay with it. Or he’ll be killed by hunger. By the way, there must be someone among you who can speak Spanish. If we want to make real progress, we need to be able to talk with him.‖ Three weeks later, Dr. Mellinkoff told me that the Guatemalan man had left the hospital under his own power. It takes more than medicine to help sick people; you also have to talk to them and make them comfortable. 55. The patient had no desire to eat because ________ . A. he was not hungry C. he was given special meals B. he was not satisfied with the food D. he was seriously ill

56. According to the passage , we can conclude that _______ . A. the patient was from another country . B. the patient’s illness was caused by hunger C. Dr. Mellinkoff performed an operation on the patient D. the hospital failed to provide the right medicine for the patient 57. Which of the following words can be used to describe Dr. Mellinkoff ? A. Cold B. Curious. C. Confident. D. Considerate.

58. What do you think Dr. Mellinkoff wanted to tell his students in this case ? A. Doctors should know their patients’ real problems . B. Doctors should be able to speak foreign languages . C. Doctors should try to improve their medical skills .

D. Doctors should give more medicine to patients . C Bekoji is a small town of farmers in the Ethiopian highlands. There, time almost stands still, and the number of horse drawn carts is much greater than that of motor vehicles. Yet, it has consistently produced many of the world’s best distance runners. It’s appealing. When breathing the thin air of Bekoji , to focus on the special conditions of the place. The town sits on the side of a volcano nearly 10,000 feet above sea level, making daily life a kind of high altitude training. Children in this region often start running at an early age. Covering great distances to fetch water and firewood or to reach the nearest school . Their disproportionately (不成比例地) long legs is also advantageous for distance runners. A strong desire burns inside Bekoji’s young runners. Take Millionn Abate for example. Forced to quit school in fifth grade after his father died, Abate worked as a shoe-shine boy for years. He saw a hope in running and joined Santayehu Eshetu’s training program. This 18-year-old ran very fast to the finish of a 12 mile run with his bare feet bleeding. The coach took off his own Nikes and handed them to him. To help Abate continue, the coach arranged a hotel job for him, which pays $ 9 a month. Most families in Bekoji live from hand to mouth and distance running offers the younger generation a way out. Bekoji’s famous person Derartu Tulu, who won the 10,000–meter Olympic gold medals in 1992 and 2000, is a national hero. As a reward, the government gave her a house. She also won millions of dollars in the races. Encouraged by such signs of success, thousands of kids from the villages surrounding Bekoji have moved into town. They crowd the classrooms at Bekoji Elementary School, where Eshetu works as a physical education instructor. All these kids share the same dream. Some day they could become another Derartu Tulu. 59. Which is NOT mentioned as something contributing to the excellence of distance runners in Ethiopia? A. Long distance running in daily life. B. Thin air in the highlands. C. Extraordinarily long legs. D. Well-known coaches. 60. What can we know about Bekoji from this passage? A. It’s the capital of Ethiopia. B. It’s situated near a volcano. C. It’s has trouble handing car accidents.

D. It’s home to several Derartu Tulus. 61. What is the goal of Bekoji’s school kids? A. To become PE teachers. B. To work as hotel managers. C. To win in international competitions. D. To perform well academically at school. 62. What can be inferred from this passage? A. More distance runners may appear in Bekoji. B. Nike will sponsor the young distance runners in Bekoji C. Bekoji will host an international long-distance competition. D. The Ethiopian government has spared no efforts in promoting running. D If you are an experienced manager with strong leadership skills who is looking for a challenging new career opportunity. Join the Sbarro team today! Job Responslbilities As a Restaurant General Manager, you will supervise (监督) all matters connected with cooking in the kitchen, and build sales and profits for your store. As a Restaurant General Manager, you will take ownership of (全心地投入) all aspects of your restaurant. Your specific duties as a Restaurant General Manager will include; ● Making staff schedules and supervising payroll (工资单) ● Hiring, developing, evaluating and coaching staff members ● Developing relationships with mall employees Job Requirements High energy, honesty and a strong work principle are important as a Restaurant General Manager’s work is not single, ranging from growing sales to sweeping the floor. ● 3~5 years of management experience as a kitchen manager in a leadership role in a service industry; previous restaurant experience preferred ● Enjoying service industry ● Ability to keep a strong team ● Proficiency (熟练) with computer (particularly Microsoft Excel) ● Education — Minimum High School; College degree a plus Benefits As a Restaurant General Manager, you will be given four weeks of training in food preparation, financials, ordering, scheduling, operation of restaurant equipment and computer programs. Base

salary is $5,000 per month. We value your hard work and will reward you with a competitive salary package which includes base salary. Monthly performance bonuses and other benefits. Your benefits package as a Restaurant General Manager will include: ● Life insurance ● Short / long term disability insurance ● Meal discount ● Paid vacation For further information, please visit the website www. careerbuilder.com. 63. What can we know about the Restaurant General Manager according to the passage? A. He doesn’t know staff’s salaries. B. His work is flexible. C. He should coach his staff once a week. D. He must develop relationships with mall employers. 64. If you want to be the Restaurant General Manager, you must A. have a college degree C. have great interest in service industry .

B. have restaurant experience D. have a certificate in Computer Science .

65. Sbarro Restaurant provides training for a new General Manager to A. help do the daily work well B. help improve personal quality C. help build self-confidence in the leadership role D. help develop creativity in restaurant operations 66. Once hired by Sbarro Restaurant as a Restaurant General Manager, you will A. enjoy meals for free B. own four weeks of vacation each year C. have to receive training for about a month D. get bonuses much more than your base salary E

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When it comes to getting older, humans aren’t so special after all. It turns out their pattern of aging isn’t too different from most other primates, such as chimps, monkeys and baboons, new research shows. A team led by Anne Bronikowski of studied data on primate aging collected over decades around the world and compared it with statistics on modern Americans. Aging was defined as the increased risk of dying from natural causes while getting older. Some experts have thought that because people have relatively long life spans, humans aged differently from other mammals.

The research team believed that any major difference between humans and primates was most likely to show up with modern people, rather than a hunter-gatherer culture, Bronikowski said in a telephone interview. ―And the fact that we don’t find a difference there is more compelling." The basic pattern they found is a relatively high risk of dying in infancy (幼儿时期), a low risk of death during the juvenile years and then an increased risk of dying as aging progressed. Also, they found that in most cases males don’t live as long as females. The authors wrote it in a study published online Thursday in the Journal Science. The only exception to the general pattern was the muriqui monkey in Brazil; males and females have similar life spans. Unlike other primates, muriqui males do not compete with each other for access to females. Instead, they cooperate with each other, explained co-author Karen Strier, an anthropologist at the University of Wisconsin who has studied muriquis since 1982. The researchers said the reason males of other species die earlier than females may be a result of stress of competition. Joseph W. Kemnits of the Wisconsin National Primate Research Ceter called the study ―an important step‖ because it provides the first assessment of patterns of aging in large populations of nonhuman primates living in their natural environments. Kemnits was not part of the research team. ―The study of other primates contributes to understanding human aging because we share so much of our basic physiology,‖ added anthropology professor Kristen Hawkes of the, who was not part of the research team. 67. What is the main idea of the passage? A. Humans and apes have similar aging pattern. B. Males don’t live as long as females. C. Humans aged differently from other mammals. D. Males and females have similar life spans. 68. Who is the research team member? A. Hawkes. B. Karen Strier. C. Kemnits. D. Bronikowski.

69. The underlined word ―juvenile‖ in Par 4 refers to ________. A. old B. early C. adolescent D. babyhood

70. Which section does the passage belong to? A. Entertainment. B. Science. C. Politics. D. Technology.

第四部分:书面表达(满分 50 分) 第一节:完成句子(20 分)

阅读下列各小题,根据括号内的汉语提示,用句末括号内的英语单词完成句子,并将 答案写在答题卡上的相应题号后。 71. ________________ computer games does great harm to our health and studies, so we must get rid of the bad habit. (addict) 沉迷于网络游戏对我们的健康和学业很有害,所以我们必须摆脱这个坏习惯。 72. He is said ______________ music, though his maths is not so good. (gift) 据说他在音乐上有天赋, 尽管数学不那么好。 73. ________________________ Wuhan ten years ago, great changes have taken place. (compare) 与十年前的武汉相比, 巨大的变化已经发生了。 74. I ________________ this morning when he phoned me.(leave) 今天早晨我正要离开家, 这时他给我打来电话。 75. _________________ his new house, he set about writing his next new book. (settle) 在新房子里住下来以后, 他就着手写他的下一本新书了。 76. Unluckily, yesterday I had a case me feel extremely terrible. (accuse) 很不幸,昨天我碰到这种情况:有人指责我偷了东西,这令我感到糟糕透了。 77. It is I for the traffic accident that happened just now. (blame) stealing something, which made

是我应该为刚才发生的交通事故负责任。 78. According to the new traffic regulations, under no circumstances 根据新交通法规,醉驾决不允许的。 79. Personally, I don’t think __________ to spend all the savings on this trip. I’ll persuade them to give up the plan. (worthwhile) 我个人认为他们把所有积蓄都花在这次旅行上不值得。我会说服他们改变计划。 80. now.(take) 如果我早上出门带了雨伞,现在就不会淋湿。 第二节:短文写作(30 分) 请根据以下提示,结合学习中的一个事例,谈谈你对这句话的理解,用英语写一篇短文。 It is known to all that it is diligence that makes up for the deficiency. ( 勤能补拙 ) 注意: 1、无须写标题,不得照抄英语提示语; 2、除诗歌之外,文体不限; 3、内容必须结合生活学习中的一个事例; my umbrella with me when I came out this morning, I would not be wet . (permit)

4、文中不得透露个人姓名和学校名称; 5、词数为 120 左右。

参考答案
第一部分:听力 (共两节,满分 30 分) 1-5 BBCCA 6-10 BBABC 11-15 BCBAC 16-20 CCCBA 第二部分:词汇知识运用(共两节,满分 30 分) 第一节:单项选择 (共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 21-25DACAD 26-30BACAB

第二节:完型填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 31-35ABCDB 36-40ACDBA 41-45CDCAB 46-50BCDAD

第三部分:阅读理解(共 20 小题; 每小题 2 分,满分 40 分) 51-54DADA 55-58BADA 59-62DBCA 63-66BCAC 67-70ADCB

第四部分:书面表达(满分 50 分) 第一节:完成句子(20 分) 71. Being addicted to 72. to have a gift for (be gifted in) 75. Having settled in 73. Compared with (to)

74. was about to leave home 77. who (that) am to blame 80. If I had taken 第二节:短文写作(30 分) One possible version:

76. where (in which) I was accused of

78. is drunk driving permitted 79. it (is) worthwhile for them

Diligence makes up for the deficiency, which means that hard work can compensate for weaknesses. To my way of thinking, diligence is of great importance to our study and work. Take Tong Dizhou, the famous Chinese biologist, for example. It was when he was 17 that he attended middle school. Poor as he was in Maths, he didn’t give up, because he held the belief that diligence makes up for the deficiency. Determined to catch up with his classmates, he got up early to read. Only after he reviewed what he learned in the daytime did he go to bed. At length, he became a world famous biologist. From his experience, it is safe to say it’s diligence that really makes a difference. In a nutshell, diligence, which can make up for the deficiency, is not only a positive attitude towards life but also a reliable way to guide us toward success. So, everybody, be diligent and your efforts will pay off.


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