南昌巨人雷式学校个性化辅导期末测试卷(满分 120) 英语高二年级
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第一部分：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 A,B,C,D 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。 21． our
teacher gave us ! A．How a good advice B．How good advice C．What a good advice D．What good advice 22．The fourth Harry Potter movie is . The film is expected to be released in November 2005 , according to the medias . A．in the way B．on the way C．in a way D．by the way 23．One learns a language by making mistakes and them . A．correct B．corrects C．correcting D．to correct 24． you don’t go there is none of my business . A．What B．Who C．If D．Whether 25．To go to bed early and to get up early A．is ; for A．so 27． A．Who B．is ; to B．as B．Whoever 26．Tom is very confident good C．are ; for Mary is shy and quiet . C．while C ． No D．if matter who one’s health . D．is; at
breaks the law should be punished .
D．Anyone 28. We went ______ holes in the rock, _______ bridges, _______ a dam and ______ the water. A. across, through, on, in B. through, across, over, into C. into, through, over, on D. through, over, into, over 29. The other day, my brother drove his car down the street at ______ I thought was a dangerous speed. A. as B. which C. what D. that 30. It is the ability to do the job______ matters, not where you come from or what you are. A. one B. that C. what D. it
31. It’s suggested that some changes ______ be made about the plan for the meeting. A. would B. should C. must D. might 32. ——Be careful not to drop the Tang Dynasty vase. ——Yes, we can’t be ______ . A. too careful B. very careful C. too carefuless D. careless enough 33．In their hearts , some American women think it is men’s business to earn money and to spend it. A．theirs B．their C．them D．they 34．When ―Fasten seatbelts‖ sign is on , it is advisable to keep your safety belts while still . A．fastened ; sitting B． fastening; seated C． fastened; seating D．fastening; sat 35．Muqtada Al-Sadr, an Iraqi military leader, vowed to fight to the last. ―At no time give in!‖ he said. A．we should B．we shall C．we will D．will we
第二节：完形填空(共 20 小题,每小题 1.5，满分 30 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）中选出能填入相应空 白处的最佳选项。
When I lived in South America , I could speak Spanish very well .When I came back to the United States I couldn’t 36 many opportunities to speak 37 . One of my friends gave me some 38 . She said that I could go back to school to 39 Spanish or that I could get a job 40 I would meet some Spanish-speaking people. I was very 41 . I did both! I signed up 42 a Spanish course at the community college. 43 I couldn’t understand Mr Garcia, the Spanish teacher , but 44 a few weeks I could 45 most of what he said . But I still needed help with my 46 — — I couldn’t speak Spanish without a strong American 47 . When I spoke to Mr Garcia about my 48 , he said that I could go to the language lab 49 my pronunciation and that I would 50 him and his family at the weekend. They could really help me 51 my pronunciation, he said. Well, I went to the Garcia’s 52 one Sunday afternoon and met Mrs Garcia and the three Garcia’s children. Mrs Garcia asked me 53 I could help her with the children in the afternoon after school. I was 54 ! This was just what I needed! I would be able to study Spanish in school 55 improve my pronunciation with the Garcia children every afternoon. 36．A．find B．give C．look D．hope 37．A．English B．French C．Spanish D．Chinese
38．A．plans B．questions C．answers D．advice 39．A．teach B．study C．speak D．work 40．A．where B．which C．when D．that 41．A．worried B．lucky C．unlucky D．afraid 42．A．in B．at C．for D．on 43．A．As a result B．As usual C．At last D．At first 44．A．before B．soon C．after D．later 45．A．understand B．speak C．tell D．say 46．A．homework B．lessons C．grammar D．pronunciation 47．A．sound B．accent C．voice D．noise 48．A．problem B．question C．worry D．mistake 49．A．practice B．practicing C．to practise D． practised 50．A．visit B．tell C．telephone D．invite 51．A．develop B．improve C．exploit D．examine 52．A．office B．school C．shop D．house 53．A．that B．if C．what D．why 54．A．satisfied B．surprised C．worried D．disappointed 55．A．otherwise B．but C．and D．or
第二部分：阅读理解（共 20 小题；每小题 2 分， 满分 40 分） 阅读下列短文，从每题所给的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中，选出最佳选项。 A
No one knows yet the accurate number of lives which have been lost in this terrible fire .But reports suggest that it is more than one hundred. A wall of flames fifty feet high and at least one hundred and fifty miles wide is now racing towards the forests and rich farmlands of southern Victoria . Towns less than one hundred miles from Melbourne will be in danger unless the wind changes . People are rushing excitedly into the streets . The police have warned them not to see the fire but many people are doing so . The cause of the fire is unknown . No rain has fallen in this part of Australia for three months, and the hot , north-west wind from the great central desert is blowing at more than thirty miles an hour . The firefighters are travelling to the fire by road, rail and air. But it is not easy to get there. Flames and fallen trees have cut off or blocked roads and railway lines. The thick smoke often prevents them from finding the air strips (飞机跑道). It is said that the fire has brought the greater danger to the country since the Second World War. 56．By the time the article was written , the fire . A．had just broken out B．had been put out C．was spreading vilently (猛烈地) D．was coming to an end 57．The writer wrote this article mainly to tell people . A．the fire was terrible and dangerous B．it was impossible to put out the fire
C．more than one hundred people died of the fire D．to join in the fight against the fire 58．In the 4th paragraph , the writer suggested that . A．the fire would soon be controlled by the firefighters B．it would be very difficult to put out the fire C．the government was paying great attention to the fire D．the fire had caused great losses and the airport was in ganger 59．The underlined word ― accurate‖ in the first sentence has the same meaning as . A．recent B．whole C．rough （大体的） D．exact B This year some twenty-three hundred teen-agers (young people aged from 13-19) from all over the world will spend about ten months in U.S. homes . They will attend U. S. schools , meet U.S. teen-agers , and form impressions of the real America. At the same time, about thirteen hundred American teen-agers will go to other countries to learn new languages and gain a new understanding of the rest of the world . Here is a two-way student exchange in action . Fred , nineteen ,spent last year in Gemany with George’s family . In turn , George’s son Mike spent a year in Fred’s home in America . Fred , a lively young man , knew little German when he arrived , but after two months’ study , the language began to come to him . School was completely different from what he had expected --- much harder. Students rose respectfully when the teacher entered the room . They took fourteen subjects instead of the six that are usual in the United States . There were almost no outside activities . Family life , too , was different . The father’s word was law , and all activities were around the family rather than the individual (个人). Fred found the food too simple at first . Also , he missed having a car . ―Back home ,you pick up some friends in a car and go out and have a good time . In Germany , you walk , but you soon learn to like it .‖ At the same time , in America , Mike , a friendly German boy , was also forming his idea . ―I suppose I should criticize (批评) American schools .‖ He says , ―it is far too easy by our level . But I have to say that I like it very much . In Germany we do nothing but study . Here we take part in many outside activities . I think that maybe your schools are better in training for citizens . There ought to be some middle ground between the two .‖ 60．The whole exchange programme is mainly to . A．help teen-agers in other countries know the real America B．send students in America to travel in Germany C．let students learn something about other countries D．have teen-agers learn new languages 61．Fred and Mike agreed that . A．American food tasted better than German food
B．German schools were harder than American schools C．Americans and Germans were both friendly D．there were more cars on the streets in America 62．What is particular in American school is that . A．there is some middle ground between the two teaching building B．there are a lot of after-school activities C．students usually take fourteen subjects in all D．students go outside to enjoy themselves in a car 63．After experiencing the American school life , Mike thought . A．a better education should include something good from both America and Germany B．German schools trained students to be better citizens . C．American schools were not as good as German schools D．the easy life in the American schools was more helpful to the students . C In one way of thinking , failure is a part of life . In another way , failure may be a way towards success . The ―spider story‖ often told , Robert Bruce , leader of the Scots in the 13th century , was hiding in a cave from the English . He watched a spider spinning a web . The spider tried to reach across a rough place in the rock . He tried six times without success . On the seventh time he made it and went on to spin his web . Bruce is said to have taken heart and to have gone on to defeat the English … Edison , the inventor of the light bulb , made hundreds of models that failed before he found the right way to make one . So what ? First , always think about your failure . What caused it ?Were conditions right ? Were you in top form yourself ? What can you change so things will go right next time ? Second , is the goal(目标)you’re trying to reach the right one ? Try to do some thinking about what your real goals may be . Think about this question .― If I do succeed in this , where will it get me ?‖ This may help you prevent failure in things you shouldn’t be doing anyway . The third thing is to bear in mind that failure is a part of life . Learn to ― live with yourself‖ even though you may have failed . Remember , ―You can’t win them all .‖ 64．This passage deals with two sides of failure . In paragraph 1 , the author talks mainly about . A．the value of failure B．how people would fail C．famous failures D．the cause of failure 65．The lesson the spider taught Robert Bruce seems . A．productive B．straight forward C．sad D．deep 66．The author tells you to do all things except . A．to think about the cause of your failure B．to check out whether your goals are right for you C．to consider failure as a part of life
D．to bear in mind that you will never fail in your life 67．Which of the following is NOT true ? A．Bruce and Edison were successful examples . B．Failure may be regarded as a way towards success . C．Edison learned a lot from the lesson the spider taught Robert Bruce . D．One may often raise a question whether his goals are worth trying . D At Harton College—an English boarding school for boys —there are many rules . 15-year-old Bob Sanders often breaks them . The boys can go into the town in the afternoon after class . But they must return to the school at six o’clock . One afternoon Bob walked to the town . He looked at the shops and then went to the cinema . After the film , he looked at his watch . It was after eight o’clock . He was a little worried . He walked back to Harton College as fast as possible . When he arrived , he ran quickly to the main entrance . It was locked . He went round the school building to another door , which was locked too . He looked up at the window of his dormitory on the third floor . The window was open . But it was quite dark , and he could not climb up the wall easily . Then he saw another open window on the ground floor . It was the window of the headmaster’s study . He looked into the room —no one was there . Bob quickly climbed on to the window sill（窗台）and jumped into the room . Just then he heard a noise . Then someone turned on a light in the corridor（走廊）. Bob looked around and then hid under the sofa . One minute later , Mr. Mannering , the headmaster , came in . He turned on the light on his desk , and sat down on the sofa . Then he opened a book and began to read . Bob lay under the sofa as quietly as possible . He couldn’t move . The floor was cold and uncomfortable . He looked at the headmaster’s shoes and socks for an hour . ―Why doesn’t he get up and go to bed ?‖ Bob thought . Mr. Mannering read his book for another hour . Finally , the headmaster closed his book and stood up .He put the book on a shelf and walked towards the door . ―Thanks heavens , he didn’t find me under the sofa ,‖ thought Bob . Then Mr. Mannering stopped and spoke towards the sofa . ― Would you turn off the light when you leave ?‖ He said , and left the study . 68．Bob didn’t go to his dormitory because . A．its door was locked B．the window was shut C．it was quite dark D．the wall was too high for him to climb up 69．Who had turned on a light in the corridor ? A．Bob himself B．Another pupil C．An office clerk D．Mr. Mannering 70．When the headmaster came in , Bob .
A．was sitting on the sofa B．was lying under the sofa C．hid himself behind the bookshelf D．hid himself under the sofa 71．It can be inferred that Mr . Mannering A．knew that Bob was still at the cinema B．knew that Bob was in the dormitory C．knew exactly where Bob was D．didn’t know clearly where Bob was
E For years, many people would not believe that smoke could attack so many parts of the body in so many ways. Study shows, however, that tobacco isn’t one single thing. At least 60% of it is gas—20 different kinds of gas. And one of these is the deadly carbon monoxide (CO)（一氧化碳）. In factories, the amount of this gas in the air is measured, and it must be kept under fixed, safe level. But there is 640 times this safe amount in cigarette smoke. Oxygen is carried through your body by the red blood cells. But this poison gas, CO, will get to the blood cells before the oxygen can. So, if you smoke your blood carries five to ten times more of this deadly gas than is normal. To make up for this, your body must make more red cells. The oxygen in your blood passes into your tissues（组织）. But here again CO makes trouble. It keeps the oxygen from passing into your tissues as fast as it should. Because of this, cigarette country is always about 8000 feet above sea level. Someone who smokes and lives at sea level gets as little oxygen as a nonsmoker at an altitude （高度）of nearly two miles. This happens to everyone who smokes, no matter how old or how young. Anyone who competes in sports can tell you that those who smoke run out of breath more quickly than those who do not. 72．The gas amount in cigarette smoke is . A．640 times higher than the gas safe levels in factories B．640 times lower than the gas safe levels in factories C．640 times as much as that in factories D．as dangerous as that in factories 73．If you smoke, . A．your blood carries more oxygen than is normal B．your blood carries much more CO than is normal C．you can have five to ten times of blood than usual D．your blood will be poisonous 74．Those who smoke . A．all live at sea level B．don’t live at an altitude of two miles C．breathe as much oxygen as non-smokers D．only get the same amount of oxygen at the sea level as non-smokers at an
altitude of nearly 2 miles 75．Smokers are . A．easily hurt B．easily excited
C．easily tired D．healthy
第二卷（共 35 分） 第三部分：写作（共二节，满分 35 分） 第一节：短文改错(共 10 小题,每小题 1 分，满分 10 分) 此题要求改正所给短文中的错误。对标有题号的每一行作出判断：如无错误，该行右边横线 上画一个勾（√ ） ；如有错误（每行只有一个错误，则按下列情况改正： 此行多一词：把多余的词用斜线（/）划掉；在该行右边的横线上写上该词，并也用斜线划 掉。此行缺一词：在缺词处加一个漏字符（＾） ，在该行右边的横线上写上该加的词。此行 错一词：在错的词下划一横线，在该行右边横线上写出改正后的词。 注意：原行没有错的不要改。 To everyone in the world, money was a sensitive(敏感的) topic. 76. __________ No one can live without money in modern society. People 77. __________ have different opinions on them. Some people think one should 78. __________ live to make money, and others make money to live. 79. __________ In my opinion, the latter will reasonable. 80. __________ We should not be the slave of money. Although money 81. __________ means a lot in our life, but it does not mean everything. 82. __________ We cannot exchange it for friendship or love. Money indeed could 83. __________ make a person to enjoy his life for a while but not all his life. 84. __________ In a word, money is something but not anything. 85. __________ 第二节 书面表达（满分 25 分） 有一个加拿大中学生访华团到你校进行一天的参观访问。 假如你是学生会主席， 负责接 待工作，代表团到校后你需先把这一天的活动安排（见下表）向他们作简要介绍，并征询他 们的意见和要求，用 100 个左右的英语单词写出这段介绍的内容，开头已给出（不记入要求 的字数） 。 时 间 上 午 下 午 晚 上 活 动 内 容 校长介绍学校情况；参观图书馆，实验室，学生宿舍及校办工厂等 各班举行茶话会，外宾分组到班去与同学们自由交谈 欢迎晚会；向访华团赠送纪念品——校徽（school badge ）
Dear Canadian friends, Glad to meet you and welcome to our school . Now let me tell you the arrangement for your visit .
第一部分：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) 21 – 25. DBCDA 26 – 30. CBBCB 31 – 35. BAA AD 第二节：完形填空(共 20 小题,每小题 1.5 满分 30 分) 36-40. ACDBA 41 – 45. BCDCA 46 – 50. DBACA 51 – 55. BDBAC 第二部分：阅读理解（共 20 小题；每小题 2 分， 满分 40 分） 56—60 CABDC 61 – 65. BBAAD 66 – 70. DCDDD 71 – 75. CCBDC 第三部分：写作（共二节，满分 35 分） 第一节：短文改错(共 10 小题,每小题 1 分，满分 10 分) 76. was → is 77. √ 78. them → it 79. and → while 80. will 后加 be 81. slave → slaves 82. 去 but 83. could → can 84. 去 to 85. anything → everything 第二节 书面表达（满分 25 分） One possible version: Dear Canadian friends, Glad to meet you and welcome to our school. Now let me tell you the arrangement for your visit. This morning our headmaster will meet you and introduce the general conditions of the school to you. Then you’ll be shown around our library, labs, students’ bedrooms and the school factory. This afternoon you’ll be invited in little groups to some classrooms to attend the tea party, where you can talk with the Chinese students freely. To welcome you we’ll hold an evening party. And each of you will get a school badge of ours as a gift then. I wonder if you like the plan. If you have any requests, please let me know. I hope you have good time at our school. Thanks.