丰城中学 2014-2015 学年下学期高二期中考试试卷
命题人：贺群 审题人：曹晓群 2015.4.28 本试卷总分值为 150 分考试时间为 120 分钟 第Ⅰ卷 （选择题 100 分）
第一部分 听力部分（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，你将有 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 woman need to do this weekend? A. To get her car fixed. B. To do her homework. C. To meet a friend. 2. What will the woman buy for the man？ A. Oranges and bananas. B. Apples and oranges. C. Grapes and oranges. 3. What does the man mean? A. The exam seems to be easier than it first appeared. B. He thinks they made the exam difficult on purpose. C. The exam is more difficult than he thought. 4. What is the woman? A. A waitress. B. A doctor. C. A teacher. 5. What will the woman take? A. A taxi. B. A bus. C. The underground. 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 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第 6 段材料，回答第 6 至第 8 题。 6. What is the main topic of the conversation? A. City life. B. Life abroad. C. The climate in California. 7. What does the man think of the people in the city? A. Friendly. B. Hardworking. C. Humorous. 8. Where does the man come from? A. Japan. B. Canada. C. Britain. 听第 7 段材料，回答第 9 至第 11 题。 9. What is the probable relationship between the two speakers? A. Workmates. B. Boss and secretary. C. Manager and job hunter. 10. Why did the woman fail to get the job according to the man? A. She is a woman. B. She is improperly dressed. C. She is not fit for the position. 11. What can we learn from the conversation? A. Carl White is a good manager. B. The man thinks the woman is too proud. C. The woman thinks ability is the only important thing.
听第 8 段材料，回答第 12 至第 14 题。 12. When will the man graduate from college? A. Next June. B. Next July. C. This June. 13. What can we know about the man? A. He has some experience in the job. B. He can speak several languages. C. He is good at his lessons at college. 14. How much will the company pay the man for the first year? A. $10,500. B. $12,500. C. $15,000. 听第 9 段材料，回答第 15 至第 17 题。 15. When did Tom write to his mother last time? A. Last month. B. Last week. C. Yesterday. 16. Who is Mr. Rogers? A. Tom’s friend. B. Tom’s boss. C. Tom’s teacher. 17. What did Tom tell his mother in his last letter? A. He had made some money. B. He had lost his part-time job. C. He had just bought a car. 听第 10 段材料，回答第 18 至第 20 题. 18. Which coaches were derailed (脱轨) from the train D3115 in the incident? A. 1 and 4. B. 4 and 15. C. 15 and 16. 19. Which statement isn’t the cause of this bullet train crash? A. Big problems in emergency and safety management. B. D3115 caught fire after being struck by lightning. C. Due to the signal error. 20. Which statement is incorrect about effects of the incident? A. Visitors’ enthusiasm to the bullet train travel routes decreased. B. The number of people who buy travel insurance is gradually reducing. C. The incident has caused a national outrage(愤怒). 第二部分 阅读理解（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，从每题所给的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中，选出最佳选项。 A An elderly couple lived far away from their children. They noticed that they were beginning to forget many little things around the house. They were afraid that this could be perilous, as one of them might forget to turn off the stove（火炉）and thus cause a fire. They were so worried that they decided to see their doctor to get some help. Their doctor told them that it was unnecessary to take medicine and that many people of their age found it useful to write themselves little notes as reminders. The elderly couple thought this wonderful, and left the doctor ’s office very pleased with the advice. When they got home, the wife said, “Dear, will you please go to the kitchen and get me a dish of ice cream? And why don’t you write that down so you won’t forget?” “Don’t be silly,” said the husband. “I can remember a dish of ice cream!” “Well,” said the wife, “I’d also like some strawberries on it. You should write that down, because I know you’ll forget.” “Come now, my memory’s not that bad,” replied the husband. “A dish of ice cream and some strawberries. I can remember that!” And with that, the husband shut the kitchen door behind him. The wife could hear him getting out pots and pans, and making some noise, preparing the dish. He came out of the kitchen about 15 minutes later.
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Walking over to his wife, he presented her with a plate of fried eggs. The wife took a look at the plate, glanced up at her husband and said, “Hey, where’s the toast？” 21. The underlined word “perilous” in the first paragraph can be replaced by “_________”. A. infectious B. dangerous C. exciting D. amazing 22. The couple was worried about___________. A. their bad health B. their lonely life C. their dangerous stove D. their poor memory 23. What was the doctor’s advice to the couple? A. Writing things down. B. Taking some medicine. C. Reminding each other. D. Asking other elderly people for help. 24. What do we know from the wife’s words in the last paragraph? A. The husband did a good job in fact. B. The husband forgot to prepare the toast. C. The wife forgot what she wanted to eat. D. The wife had a better memory than the husband. B
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Several hundred strangers received“love letters”from a young man on the street. The letter was written and given out by Yang Yang， a student majoring in human resources at Chongqing University of Science and Technology, who hoped to show his disappointment with job hunting. Yang's story has caught media attention perhaps because it is similar to those of millions of recent graduates seeking jobs and struggling for survival in the country's wealthiest cities. They have diplomas, rather than professional skills, and come to big cities in hopes of better lives, only to find lowpaying jobs and poor living conditions. They are China's “ant tribe (蚁族)”，a term coined by sociologist Lian Si from Peking University in his 2009 book, Ant Tribe.“They're so similar to ants. They share small and narrow living areas. They're intelligent and hardworking, yet nameless and underpaid.”The term also speaks to their helplessness in a world governed by the law of the jungle－only the strongest survive. A survey in Lian's another book published this year, Ant Tribe Ⅱ， found nearly 30 percent of“ants”are graduates of famous universities－almost three times last year's percentage. Most had degrees in popular majors. In addition, 7.2 percent of “ants”have at least a master's degree compared to 1.6 percent in 2009. An “ant's”average monthly salary is 1,904 yuan, with about 64 percent of them earning less than 2,000 yuan a month. Another survey in the 2010 Annual Report on the Development of Chinese Talent found more than 1 million“ants”live in big cities. “Most ants are from rural families or small towns, and their experiences in universities didn't arm them well enough to fight with competitors in big cities' employment markets.”Professor Zhang Ming at Renmin University of China said. The “ant tribe's” embarrassing living situations have become a serious social problem, and the government should develop smaller cities to attract more graduates from big cities, Zhang believed. However, “ants”expect more study and training opportunities in big cities, which keeps them
positive despite their situations. 25．Yang's story is introduced in order to ________. A．analyze graduates' difficulties in finding jobs B．lead to the topic of the article－“ant tribe” C．tell readers a story about those big cities D．show a clever way of dealing with pressure 26．“Ant tribe”members are similar to ants in the following aspects EXCEPT that ________. A．they live in narrow and small places in groups B．they work hard but earn little for survival C．they are in a world judged by the jungle law D．they are pleased with being nameless and underpaid 27．By writing this article, the author mainly intends to show ________. A．despite better education，“ants” are still struggling B．despite difficulties，“ants” have a promising future C．better education, better job opportunities D．Ant Tribe is a good book to help understand today's China C Scientists have proved that sleeping and learning go hand in hand. Even a short nap can boost our memory and sharpen our thinking. But the relationship goes deeper than that. “The brain is not passive while you sleep,” scientist Anat Arzi said. “It’s quite active. You can do many things while you are asleep.” Arzi and her coworkers didn’t try to teach the sleeping volunteers any complex information, like new words or facts. Instead, the scientists taught volunteers to make new connections between smells and sounds. When we smell something good, like a flower, we take deep breaths. When we smell something bad, we take short breaths. Arzi and her co-workers based their experiment on these reactions. Once the volunteers fell asleep in the lab, the scientists went to work. They gave them a whiff of something pleasant and meanwhile played a particular musical note. They didn’t wake up, but they heard—and sniffed(吸气) deeply. Then the scientists gave the volunteers a whiff of something terrible and played a different musical note. Again, the volunteers heard and smelled—a short snort this time—but didn’t wake up. The researchers repeated the experiment. After just four repetitions, volunteers made a connection between the musical notes and their paired smells. When the scientists played the musical tone that went with good smells, the sleepers breathed deeply. And when the scientists played the musical tone that went with bad smells, the sleepers breathed briefly—despite there being no bad smell. The next day, the volunteers woke up with the sound-smell connection. They breathed deeply when hearing one tone and cut their breaths short when hearing the other, which must have been unusual for them. Imagine walking down the street and taking a deep breath upon hearing a particular sound! 28. In the study, the volunteers were taught _______. A. to become active during sleep B. to tell the difference between smells C. to learn new words and scientific facts D. to make sound-smell connections 29. How did the volunteers react when smelling something nice and hearing musical notes? A. They took a deep breath. B. They had a wonderful dream. C. They woke up at once. D. They took a short breath. 30. When the volunteers woke up the next day, they_______.
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A. learned how to play to musical tones B. forgot what happened during their sleep C. continued with the sound-smell connection D. changed their reaction when hearing the sound 31. The passage mainly tells us _______. A. special smells and sounds can improve our memory B. our brain can actually learn something new during sleep C. the volunteers will always hear similar sounds on the street D. our brain can tell the difference between smells during sleep D Google Works Miracles Google(www.Google.com) is a daily miracle to millions of people. If the Internet had only this very fast search engine, it would have justified its existence many times over. It is the most popular search engine on the web with a 54% market share, ahead of Yahoo! You type almost anything, however unclear, into the space provided and in a second it has come up with hundreds of references. If knowledge is power, then Google commands the gateway. Yahoo Becomes Giant Yahoo(www.yahoo.com) was the first wonder of the web, and in many respects, it still is. It started in January 1994 w hen two California graduate students, Jerry Yang and David Filo, started compiling a database of links, mainly for their personal use. But well before the end of the year, it had become recognizable as Yahoo we know today. In the past seven years, Yahoo had grown rapidly, partly through a long string of buys. Yahoo now offers almost everything you could want: emails, instant messages, chats, clubs, photo albums and a lot more. eBay Enables Everyone to Buy and Sell eBay(www.ebay.com),which deals with online trading and shopping services, is the most impressive large Internet company where people buy and sell goods and services worldwide. It has, for instance, opened up a global marketplace in which people from Beijing, San Francisco, or Moscow can bid against each other for products put up for sale by someone in London. The company’s online service permits sellers to list items for sale, buyers to bid on items of interest, and eBay users to browse through listed items that is available online seven days a week. Amazon Makes Buying a New Experience Amazon(www.amazon.com)started out as an online bookstore, constantly putting up new book titles it offered for sale. In the late 1990s, Amazon had more than four million titles after adding CDs, videos, DVDs and games, It continued to add new lines of business including toys, computer software, electronics, like MP3 players, power tools, home improvement products and online sales. For regular users, Amazon has made itself the shortest possible path between wanting and buying. 32. What is Google used mainly for? A. Commanding the gateway. B. Searching for information. C. Storing reference books. D. Providing extra space. 33. How long did it take for Yahoo to be recognized? A. One year. B. A month. C. Several years. D. Overnight. 34. What goods did Amazon sell when it started its business? A. Power tools. B. Mp3 players. C. Different books. D. Videos and games. 35. Which of the following is true? A. Buying and selling can only be done through Amazon.
B. If you feed in something unclear, Google will refuse to do the searching. C. Yahoo owns more market shares than any other companies on the web. D. eBay Company’s online service is always there for its users. 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。选项中有两项为多余 选项。 How to show respect to your co-workers If you want to reduce the stress in your work environment, one of the best things you can do is to respect your co-workers. Showing respect will earn you respect.__36______ Respect is the first building block for the success of a relationship. Use your manners. Greet your co-workers as you enter and exit your work place. Always use “please”, ”thank you” and “pardon me “.If you do ,all of your requests will be seen as just that, and not orders.__37____ It means everything from covering your mouth when you sneeze or yarn ,to holding a door open or an elevator open when you see a co-worker coming. Make a pleasant small talk, but don’t go too far with this concept. You don’t have to talk for hours or know everything about your co-workers .Generally, people feel more comfortable in working environments where they know each other. Lend a helping hand. This doesn’t mean that you have to be a martyr(受苦者). Don’t always take the “that’s not my job.” attitude. If you are having a particularly light day ,or you see one of your co-workers drowning in work, offer to help.__38____ It will probably make you feel good too. Apologize if you are wrong and be humble. No one likes a show off. You can talk about the good characteristics, traits, and relationships in your life without making people feel like you are better than them. ___39 Co-workers will take notice. _40__Being positive not only lifts your spirits, but also lifts the spirits of those around you .No one wants too be around someone who is constantly negative or always complaining. A. Manners can be actions as well. B. Speak encouraging words to others. C. Actually some co-workers don’t need our respect. D. Your co-workers will appreciate your generous efforts. E. Avoid standing , sitting or talking too close to someone. F. It also allows you to get to know and befriend your co-workers. G. No one is perfect, but what makes up your character is how you handle your mistakes. 第三部分 英语知识运用（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，从短文后各题所给出的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中，选出可以填入空白处 的最佳选项。 Loving Today's Challenge! My 13-year old son and I had quite the adventure this morning! We frequently walk by a 41 landscaped（美化的）yard with a nice little flower garden. I wanted to 42 my thanks for the time and effort put i n by the 43 , but I've never seen him or her, so we went to a local nursery and bought a gift card that l will leave with a 44 and a smile card the next time that I pass by. We also ran to Walmart and 45 a few $10 gift cards along with some note cards and our other 46 . While we were putting our things away in the car, my son 47 that a lady that had just parked next to us looked a little 48 . As soon as she entered the 49 , we grabbed （夺取） a note card, made a note 50 , and added a gift card for her to find when she got back to her 51 , hoping to comfort her feelings.
After that, we went for a（n）52 breakfast. The restaurant was pretty 53 and the people working in the kitchen seemed to be busy forever. A young couple 54 across the dining room from us was having some trouble with their 55 , who looked to be about four or five. He grew 56 and impatient with the wait and they had their hands 57 keeping him from making troubles. I remember being in their 58 , so I stopped their 59 and had their breakfast added to my check. Great 60 to my day, and I can't wait to do it again l 41．A．smoothly B．carelessly C．roughly D．beautifully 42．A．express B．recognize C．design D．accept 43．A．nurse B．dentist C．gardener D．passer-by 44．A．present B．note C．book D．diploma 45．A．bought B．borrowed C．sold D．imported 46．A．instruments B．desserts C．vegetables D．groceries 47．A．suspected B．observed C．imagined D．reserved 48．A．elegant B．generous C．excited D．upset 49．A．store B．clinic C．bank D．nursery 50．A．slowly B．unwillingly C．quickly D．shyly 51．A．house B．car C．bike D．bench 52．A．early B．delicious C．expensive D．late 53．A．decorated B．empty C．crowded D．deserted 54．A．lain B．loaded C．seated D．arranged 55．A．kid B．daughter C．dog D．pet 56．A．defenseless B．tireless C．careless D．restless 57．A．available B．full C．normal D．necessary 58．A．shorts B．gloves C．shoes D．socks 59．A．waitress B．child C．customer D．hostess 60．A．end B．start C．story D．dream 第Ⅱ卷
第一节 （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。 If you read a newspaper or listen to a newscast(news report) recently, you may hear or read a strange word, “staycation.” Staycation is _61___ new word the American press(newspapers, radio, and television) is using __62___(describe) a vacation very close to your own home, __63____simply staying at home during your vacation. It is a __64____(combine) of the words “stay” and “vacation”. According to many news reports, these staycations are very popular among American families this year. Why? The high price of gasoline for cars and airplanes has made it very expensive for Americans to travel __65____(compare) to past years. When you combine this with the weak American dollar, it all adds up to people deciding to stay close to home ___66____their traditional summer vacations. Of course, some places are more ___67____(interest) to “stay at home” than others. And if you live in a very small town, well, you may just want to skip your vacation and save your time up to next year! Everything is __68____(expense) nowadays, and let’s face it—a vacation just may not be in
your plan this year. You don’t have to give up family fun just because you can’t get away; instead, follow my tips for an economical staycation filled with old favorites and new adventures! Staycations ___69____ (achieve) high popularity in current hard economic times in which __70_____(employ) levels and gas prices are high. 第四部分 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） 英语课上，老师要求同桌同学相互修改作文。假设以下小短文为你同桌所写，请你对其进行 修改。短文中共有 10 处错误，每句中最多有两处。错误涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。 增加：在缺词处加一个漏词符号（∧） ，并在此符号下面写出该加的词。 删除：把多余的词用斜线（\）划掉。 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。 3．必须按答题要求做题。否则不给分。 He wants everyone to call him farmer, for that’s how he regards himself. Although he is one of China’s most famous scientist, Yuan Longping works on the land to do with his research. Indeed, his sunburn face and arms and his slim, strong body are just like that of millions of other Chinese farmers, with whom he has struggled for the past five decades. Dr. Yuan grows which is called super hybrid rice. In 1973, he became the first agricultural pioneer in the world to grew rice that has a high output. This special strain of rice make it possible to produce 20% much of the crop in the same fields.
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第二节 书面表达（满分 25 分） 某校英文报开辟了一个专栏：Experience。本期话题是如何解决学习中遇到的困难。请你 以“My Approach to Difficulties in Learning”为题，用英语写一篇短文。谈谈自己的一些做法。 要求：1.词数 120 左右 2.短文中不能出现本人的相关信息。
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He wants everyone to call him Λ farmer, for that’s how he regards himself. Although he is one of a China’s most famous scientist, Yuan Longping works on the land to do with his research. Indeed, his scientists sunburn face and arms and his slim, strong body are just like that of millions of other Chinese farmers, sunburnt those with whom he has struggled for the past five decades. Dr. Yuan grows which is called super hybrid rice. for what In 1973, he became the first agricultural pioneer in the world to grew rice that has a high output. This grow special strain of rice make it possible to produce 20% much of the crop in the same fields. makes more 书面表达 My Approach to Difficulties in Learning As high school students, we run into one difficulty after another in the process of learning. Everyone has their own way to deal with them. Here I would like to share mine. When I am faced with a difficulty, I usually choose to refer to relevant learning materials or Web pages. In this way, I can not only it out but also improve my ability to overcome problems all by myself. However, when it is something beyond my competence, I turn to cl assmates or teachers for help. Sometimes I also ask my parents for advice. As a result, I have made steady progress in my studies. 听力材料 Text 1 M: Why can’t we go for a trip this weekend? W: First, I’m busy this weekend. I need to get my car fixed. Second, you have a lot of homework to do. Text 2 W: I’m going to the supermarket. What would you like me to buy for you? M: Well, please buy some oranges and apples for me. Text 3 W: You said you’d be finished in an hour or two, but you’ve been working since noon. M: This exam isn’t as easy as it appears. Text 4 W: May I take your order now, sir? M: Yes, a cup of milk and two pieces of bread, please. W: OK. Just a moment. Text 5 M: If you are in a hurry, you can take the underground. If you want to go sightseeing, take a bus. W: Now I want to go sightseeing.
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Text 6 W: Michael, I’d like to ask you some questions about your life in our country. M: Sure, what do you want to know? W: You have stayed here for five months. What’s your impression of the city? M: You see, people are nice. They are warm-hearted and they always lend their hands to me when I’m in need. It’s a nice city. W: It’s very kind of you to say so. Now since you come from London, don’t you mind the fire, earthquakes and the sunshine in California? M: Not really. I used to be out on business a lot. W: Great! Many strangers often say that they can’t stand those things. M: I just feel at home here. California is suitable for me. Text 7 W: We’ve got a new manager in our department. M: Who is it? Who got the job, I mean? W: Someone called Carl White. He’s been with the company only two years. I’ve been here longer. And I know more about the job, too! M: Hmm, why do you think they gave the job to him but not to you? W: Because I’m a woman, of course. M: By the way, what sort of clothes does he wear? W: A dark suit, white shirt and a tie. Why? M: Perhaps that had something to do with it. W: You mean I didn’t get the job because I come to work in jeans and a sweater. M: Yes. W: Do you really think I should wear different clothes? M: Well, you should think about it. W: Why should I do that? I’m good at my job! That’s the only important thing! M: Hmm, but it isn’t. Not in our company. Text 8 W: Please sit down. Let me see. You are Mr. Reagan, right? M: Yes, I’ll graduate from college next June. W: Have you ever done any work in this field? M: No, nothing. I just did some practice work in class. W: You seem to be doing well at college, as Mr. Thomas said. What kind of pay are you hoping to get? M: From what I’ve read in your advertisement it seems that the pay at the beginning will be around $12,500 a year. W: Here we’ll start at $10,500 for the first year, a kind of training period. Then you will get $15,000. After that your raises depend on how well you work. M: That sounds fair enough. What about the other things, such as vacations and medical insurance?
W: Those are explained in this paper. You can take it along and look at it at home. M: Thank you, bye. Text 9 W: What are you doing, Tom? M: I’m writing to my mother. W: But you wrote to her only yesterday. M: Yes, but I have something new to tell her. W: Something new? M: Yes. I am telling her I’ve decided to take up a part-time job as a shop assistant. W: What do you mean? You’ve been working at that shop nearly three months. Have you been fired by Mr. Rogers? M: No. My mother doesn’t know I have a part-time job. W: You mean you didn’t tell her before? M: No. I didn't want her to worry about my study. W: But why are you telling her now? M: I don’t want her to worry about my life here. You see, I told her that I’d just bought a car in my last letter. Text 10 At 8: 34 pm July 23, a deadly train accident occurred at the section of Xiaoao Shuangyu town near Wenzhou. The incident has confirmed total of six coaches were derailed(脱轨), the first four coaches of D301 and the 15th and 16th coaches of D3115. The death rose to 40 until July 29. What caused such a terrible incident? Ministry of Railways confirmed that the cause of the accident after their preliminary investigation, it was due to the train D3115 suffered a power failure after being hit by lightning and stopped on the track, then the train D301 ran into it from behind and caused the derailment. On July 28, an investigation team plenary meeting held by the State Council. The Shanghai Railway Bureau said the accident caused by the wrong signaling. State Administration of Work Safety Member, Chief Engineer, spokesman Huang Yi attended People’s Strong Nation Forum, indicate that the 7.23 bullet train accident definitely not a natural disaster, it was a serious and avoidable railway accident. The accident has revealed big problems in emergency and safety management. After this train accident, visitors’ enthusiasm to the bullet train travel routes decreased. Journalists learned yesterday, passengers who still travel with bullet trains began to purchase travel insurance. The accident has leaded outrage across the country. There are many bloggers pray for the victims of this terrible disaster via micro blog, wish the dead of all the best!