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第一部分听力(共两节,满分 20 分) 第一节(共 5 小题;每小题 l 分,满分 5 分) 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话仅读一遍。 1.When will the man most probably meet Dr Jones? A.At 9:00 . B. At 9:15. C. At 10:00. 2.Where does the conversation probably take place? A.At an airport . B.At a train station . C.At a restaurant . 3.What is the woman probably? A.A doctor . B.A nurse . C.A secretary . 4.What do you know about the speakers ? A.They’re out of gas . B.Their car is broken . C.They get lost . 5.How much training does the man get each week ? A.2 hours. B.3 hours. C.6 hours. 第二节(共 15 小题:每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 请听下面 5 段对话或独白,选出最佳选项。 请听第 6 段材料,回答第 6 至 8 题 6.Who is the man probably ? A.A firefighter. B. A policeman . C. A doctor. 7.What do we know about the man ? A.He was hurt seriously . B. He didn’t save the girl . C. He breathed in much smoke. 8.What is the most probable relationship between the speakers? A.Policeman and victim . B.Husband and wife . C.Doctor and patient . 请听第 7 段材料,回答第 9 至 11 题 9.What are the speakers doing ? A.Cooking. B.Shopping . C.Eating. 10.What happened to the man’s finger ? A .It was cut. B.It was burned . C.It was bitten . 11.What was put on the man’s finger ?

A.Some ice . B.Some bandage . C.Some medicine . 请听第 8 段材料,回答第 12 至 14 题 12.What is the matter with the man ? A.He hurt his leg in a road accident . B.He hurt his foot in a football match. C.He had his leg burnt in a fire . 13.What does the man advise the man to do ? A.Move a little bit . B.See her in three days .. C.Stay in bed till next Friday . 14.What is the man going to do next week ? A.Take part in a football match . B.Watch a football match . C.Go to another hospital . 请听第 9 段材料,回答第 15 至 17 题 15.Why was Bill unhappy ? A.He didn’t work well . B.He had a quarrel with Mr. O’Neil. C. He didn’t receive Mr. O’Neil’s reply . 16.What does the man think Bill might do ? A.See Mr. O’Neil. B.Work in his office . C.Have a walk . 17.What do we know about the woman ? A.She is angry with Bill . B.She is worried about Bill . C.She doesn’t care about Bill . 请听第 10 段材料,回答第 18 至 20 题 18.How did the accident happen ? A.The jumper jumped without the line . B.The jumper was pushed down by others . C.The jumper’s bungee line broke . 19.Where was the bungee jumper interviewed ? A.On the radio. B.On the bridge . C.At the hospital . 20.What does the woman think of the jumper’s second try ? A.It’s a brave effort . B.It’s foolish . C.It’s useless. 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 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。

21. —Mom, some of my classmates are planning a trip during the winter vacation. May I join them? —_____ You promised to visit Grandma during your winter vacation. A. Think about it! B. I don’t mind. C. Yes, why not? D. I am afraid not. 22. Scientists and doctors across the world have done _____ research over the years, hoping to find a cure for cancer. A. a great deal of B. a good many C. quite a few D. a large number of

23. If scientists had been able to predict it exactly, the Japan earthquake _____ such heavy losses in human lives. A. wouldn’t cause B. didn’t cause C. hadn’t caused D. wouldn’t have caused 24. _____ was evident that the policy was a failure; nothing has changed at all. A. This B. It C. Such D. That 25. —I spent my summer holiday in London. —What a _____! So did I. A. coincidence B. conclusion C. consequence D. celebration 26. By sending text messages or chatting online, we’ve been in touch for months, but I’ve never met my new friend _____. A. by accident B. on purpose C. in the flesh D. in her absence 27. With my money ______, I went back home. A. ran out of B. ran out C.running out of D. running out 28. —Instead of lending a hand, Jim just stood by, laughing at us in trouble. —Oh, it’s _____ of him to be so cold-hearted. A. conventional B. typical C. ridiculous D. aggressive 29. _____ Tom’s very good at science, his brother is hopeless. A. While B. When C. If D. Because 30. She didn’t manage to break _____ record for the 100 metres, but it was _____ good try. A. a; a B. 不填; a C. the; a D. the; 不填 31. If you’d listened to me, you _____ in such trouble now. A. needn’t have been B. needn’t be C. wouldn’t be D. wouldn’t have been 32 Ann is full of great ideas. She is always considering _____ new ways of doing things. A. to let out B. letting out C. to try out D. trying out

33. John went to the store he visited yesterday and ex-changed his black jacket _____ a blue one. A. by B. as C. for D. with 34. Once you _____ working with the professor, you will find he is not as tough as expected. A. become accustomed to B. object to C. get addicted to D. admit to 35. —When did Lily’s brother finally stop drinking al-cohol? —It was in May _____ he was put into prison for drunk driving. A. that B. since C. when D. before 第二部分:完形填空﹙30 分﹚ It was early in the morning, on a lonely road. It's 36 heavily. A 9-year-old boy was in the car with his mother, who was 37 him to school. Suddenly, the car went off the road, 38 several times, and came to rest upside down in a ditch (沟渠) filled with water. Luckily, both the mother and son were 39 seatbelts. The mother suffered a blow to her head and was unable to move. The boy was frightened but 40 . As water came through broken windows in the car, he 4 1 unbuckled ( 解 开 ) himself, climbed out of the 42 window, made his way around to the driver's side, and reached inside the 43 to free his trapped mother. With great effort, he managed to 44 her, pull her through the window and up to the road, where they were soon 45 . His mother later recalled her experience of the 46 . Being unable to move or even 47 to offer instructions (指导) or encouragement to her son, she was 48 by her little son's action. She recalled 49 her boy saying out loud as he pulled her through the water, “I think I can, I think I can!” It seemed 50 that this little boy's act of courage was from one of his favourite books: The Little Engine that Could. In that 51 , when everyone else had 52 hope, the Little Engine carried the heavy load of toys and good things to eat over the hill to the children waiting on the other side. He had 53 and took action. Obviously this book had left a 54 impression before the accident that rainy 55 and motivated (激励) the son to take action in the terrifying moments. 36. A. snowing B. smoking C. blowing D. raining 37. A. ordering B. driving C. pushing D. flying 38. A. rolled B. fell C. moved D. stopped 39. A. making B. watching C. wearing D. missing 40. A. afraid B. dead C. tired D. unhurt 41. A. quickly B. carefully C. nearly D. happily 42. A. student B. passenger C. family D. worker 43. A. box B. room C. car D. ditch 44. A. respect B. introduce C. recognize D. free 45. A. accepted B. rescued C. welcomed D. fed

46. A. accident B. experiment C. travel D. fire 47. A. listen B. sleep C. speak D. look 48. A. excited B. frightened C. wounded D. amazed 49. A. seeing B. hearing C. smelling D. feeling 50. A. clear B. sorry C. useful D. necessary 51. A. poem B. notice C. story D. dream 52. A. realized B. waken C. kept up D. given up 53. A. courage B. food C. space D. time 54. A. bad B. deep C. false D. general 55. A. afternoon B. night C. morning D. evening 第三部分:第一节:阅读理解(共 20 个小题。每题 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.D)中选出最佳选项。 A When Han Duan started her professional career at 16, China’s national women’s football team was defeated in the final of the World Cup by the US. While she was asked to play in her first World Cup in 2003, she largely remained on the bench after the first match. But things have changed. Now, Han is one of the most important players in China’s team. “I can’t wait to play. Life is short. You must make the most out of it,” Han always says like that. Han wants every possible honor that a football player can get — an Asian Cup, a World Cup and an Olympic medal. She has always been good at sports, especially swimming and horizontal bars. At school, she was the fastest in the 60m and 100m. But the reason she picked football was that she wanted to get more compliments (称赞). “Football is for boys. But I feel more fulfilled when I can do better than them and win more compliments,” she said. Later, when she entered a football school, the coach always asked Han to show others what to do. However, nobody can be good at everything. Han described her singing as “howling” and the only school subject she was good at was Chinese. “I was very happy every time my essay was posted on the wall for my schoolmates to read.” But Han still has some regrets about her school years. Her handwriting was terrible at school. She ever wanted to improve her handwriting but didn’t achieve much. “My fans ask for my signature (签名), so I’d better practice and practice. It’s not too late,” she says. 56. In the World Cup in 2003, Han Duan was a(n) ______. A. member of the audience B. unimportant player C. team captain D. fan of a sports star

57. What does the underlined part in the second paragraph imply? A. Han Duan seizes every chance to learn more to fulfill herself. B. Han Duan never wastes any of her practicing time. C. Han Duan seizes every chance to take part in matches. D. Han Duan has become ill and she will die quite soon. 58. According to the passage, we know that Han Duan ________. A. has won an Asian Cup, a World Cup and an Olympic medal B. was good at sports when she was at school C. did very well in singing and Chinese when she was at school D. often gets compliments because of her beautiful handwriting 59. From the fourth paragraph, it can be inferred that Han Duan most probably ________. A. felt sad as the boys laughed at her B. felt proud as she got compliments from others C. felt sad as she was too strong as a girl D. hated herself as she couldn’t do anything else well 60. What’s the best title of this passage? A. Growth of a sports star. B. The World Cup. C. Honor of a football player. D. Star of tomorrow. B Here is the Nine O’clock News: 1. President AbsulKrim of Syria says that the danger of war in the Middle East is greater now than for the past two years. His country does not want war, he says, but the Syrian people have waited too long for an end to the troubles with their neighbors. If war comes,says Mr. Krim,they will be ready. 2. Ben Kitson,a writer of stories and plays for children, has died at his home in California. Mr. Kitson was 82. His most famous book of stories,“The Gentleman’s House” sells all over the world, in more than twenty-five languages. 3. Policemen in New York have gone on strike. Their leader Mr. Paul Angeli says that they will return to work only when they receive more money for working long hours and doing what Mr. Angeli calls “the most dangerous job in the city”。 4. It has been a good year on the farm. The warm, wet spring and the fine summer have been very good for all kinds of food plants. This means that fruits and vegetables will cost less in the shops this year. 5. MORE than 1100 people committed suicide(自杀)in Beijing last year, and experts have been encouraging the capital to set up a mental health care system as soon as possible, local media reported last week. About 20 per cent of the people of Beijing live in unhealthy conditions, with 3 per cent of these suffering from affective disorder and 5 percent reporting symptoms(症状)of depression, according to the Beijing Mental Health Service Centre.

61. The Syrian people _______. A. are ready and waiting for war B. are ready to wait another two years for war C. do not want war, but will be ready if it comes D. are a great danger of peace in the Middle East 62. Mr. Kitson wrote _______. A. plays and stories for children B. 82 stories about his home in California C. in more than twenty-five languages D. books, and then sold them all over the world 63. It can be inferred from the third piece of news that _________. A. policemen in New York hate their dangerous jobs B. policemen in New York love their important jobs C. the government will refuse to raise the policemen’s salary and the policemen will never return to work D. the government will be forced to raise the policemen’s salary and the policemen will return to work 64. As food plants have grown well, _______. A. fruit and vegetables will be cheaper this year B. there will be a warm,wet spring and a fine summer C. food will be cheaper than it was in the spring D. plants will be cheaper in the shops this year 65. What is the best title for the last pieces of news? A. MORE than 1100 people committed suicide(自杀) in Beijing last year. B. About 20 per cent of the people of Beijing live in unhealthy conditions. C. Beijing needs mental health care D. People living in Beijing suffer a lot.

C Can you imagine traveling to work in a one - man submarine? Some scientists believe that some day one - man submarines will be as many as automobiles are today. A famous French driver says, "One day soon, men will walk on the ocean floor as they do on the street!" Perhaps during your lifetime people will travel, and live in the sea. If human beings want to live in the ocean, many human problems will need to be studied first. Some of these problems, similar to those of living in outer space, are pressure, lack of oxygen and weightlessness. Many questions are still unanswered. For example, can our blood make itself fit for underwater surroundings? What will happen to our muscle if we live in the water very long? Scientists are looking for answers. Perhaps in the future man will live in the sea, away from the crowded and noisy cities on land. Then sea has plenty of space, not only for floating living buildings and parks, but also for storing supplies and for underwater travel. Some scientists believe that ocean living will benefit man in more than physical ways. In the freedom and beauty of the deep sea, man may find new sources of joy. 66. What can we do if we live in the ocean?

A. We can have plenty of oxygen. B. We can be fit to live in the water very well. C. We needn't worry about things like weightlessness. D. We can travel and work in the sea. 67. Why do some people hope to leave cities to live in the sea? Because_________. A. people think they can live crowdedly in the sea B. people wish to go the quiet seafloor to travel for several days C. people want to break away from the crowded and noisy cities where they live now D.only in this way can people get rid of noise pollution 68. In what ways could ocean living be helpful for man? A. People can swim freely as much as possible. B.People can be interested in the new pleasure there isn't anywhere else. C. The sea can supply people with enough foods and other things,,so people needn't work. D. People can go boating and go to the park as often as possible. 69. Which of the following is the similar problem as that of living in outer space? A. We are short of oxygen. B. We are not familiar with the underwater surrounding. C. We may die of weightlessness. D. We can finds new joys. 70. Which of the following statements is true according to the passage? A. The scientists have not solved the problem of weightlessness underwater. B. The scientists have solved the problem of weightlessness when man live in space. C. Some scientists believe that ocean living will benefit man in no more than physical ways. D. Sea has plenty of space only for floating living buildings and parks D It seems that great artists and scientists often suffer from mental (精神的) problems. Both Einstein and Dickens had mental illness. Now scientists have started to look at whether mental illness and genius 天才 are linked. Dr. Adele Juda studied 5,000 creative people in Germany. She found there were more people with mental illness in this group than in the general population. Poets had the highest rate (比例) of mental illness, followed by musicians, with lower numbers for painters and architects. Other scientists did research which also showed a strong link between mental problems and creativity. But, it did nothing to explain it. Dr. Ruth Richards of Harvard University made a breakthrough. Instead of studying creative people, she took a group of psychiatric (精神病的) patients and tested them for creativity. The patients got much higher scores than a normal group. Also, the patients' close relatives were much more creative than the patients and a normal group. This suggests that the key to the link between creativity and mental illness is in our genes. But this is a problem. According to Darwinism, harmful genes should be removed. Some scientists believe that evolution (进化) has created a balance, where the madness of a few people leads to the development of the whole human race. Geniuses may be mad, bad or just difficult to understand, but their discoveries have


improved the world we live in. It seems that a little creative madness is good for us all. 71. According to Dr. Adele Juda, which of the following has the lowest rate _____of mental illness? A. Painters. B. Musicians. C. Poets. D. Bus drivers. 72. The underlined phrase "made a breakthrough" in the 4th paragraph means "_____". A. discover or find something new and important B. make a way through using force C .(of the sun or moon ) appear from behind (clouds) D. suddenly change (from a slower to a faster pace) 73. Based on the research of Dr. Ruth Richards of Harvard University, we can conclude that _____. A. great artists and scientists often suffer from mental problems B. the patients' close relatives were much more creative than the patients and a normal group C. psychiatric patients have more creativity than the average people D. it is our genes that determine the link between creativity and mental illness 74.Which of the following statements is NOT true? A. Among the 5, creative people in Germany, 000 more people suffer from mental diseases than the general population. B. There is a strong link between mental problems and creativity. C. Psychiatric patients make greater contributions than common people. D. The key to the link between creativity and mental illness is in our genes. 75.What is the writer's attitude toward madness? A. Madness is harmful to the whole society. B. A little creative madness is good for us all. C. All the talented people are mad. D. Only the people with mental illness have more creativity.

第二卷(共 45 分) (答案写在答题卡上) 一.根据所给提示词汉译英:(共 10 分,每题 2 分) 1. 我多么希望现在没下雨。 (wish) __________________________________________________________________ 2. 奥运会每四年举办一次。 (every ....years) _________________________________________________________________ 3.河位的上升是由于多天的大雨引起的。 (be due to ) __________________________________________________________________


4.每次我来,他都不在。 (every time) __________________________________________________________________ 5.他们班有可能获得这场篮球赛的胜利。 (likely ) __________________________________________________________________

二:短文填词(本节共 10 小题,每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 阅读下面短文,根据以下提示:1)汉语提示;2)首字母提示;3)语境提示,在每 个空格内填入一个适当的英语单词,并将该词完整地写在右边相对应的横线上。所填单 词要求意义准确、拼写正确。 Jack and I went fishing yesterday morning. Jack kept on catching fish, but I just sat there waiting ______ some fish to bite my line. After ______ had caught five fish, I only caught a small fish. L____ at my fish, I didn’t feel _______(舒服). But later on, I finally felt a fish was biting my line. I t______ that it was going to be a big fish for I had a hard t_____ bringing it up. Finally it turned out to be an old ________(鞋),which was pretty funny. Both of us began to laugh l_____. Before we went home, I only caught two fish _______ Jack had nine fish. Although we were ________(疲倦) out, we felt very happy. 三 : 书面表达 ( 满分 25 分 ) 最近,你班将举行以“How to live a healthy lifestyle”为题的英语班会,请你准备一篇 100 词左右的演讲稿,谈谈在日常生活中我们应该怎样养成健康的生活方式。 76._______ 77._______ 78._______ 79._______ 80._______ 81._______ 82._______ 83._______ 84._______ 85._______


闽侯二中高一第二学期第二次月考英语试卷答案 一.听力(每题 1 分,共 20 分): 1-5:BABAC , 6-10 : ACBAB 二 单项选择 (每题 1 分,共 15 分): 21—25:DADBA 26—30: CCBAC 三. 完形填空(每题 1.5 分,共 30 分): 36--40. DBACD 41--45.ABCDB 四.阅读理解(每题 2 分,共 40 分) 56—60 BCBBA 61—65 CADAC 66—70 DCBAA 71--75 DADCB 31—35:CDCAC 46--50. ACDBA 51--55. CDABC

11-15 :ACCAC 16-20 :ABCAB

(二卷)一.根据所给提示词汉译英:(共 10 分,每题 2 分) 1. I wish that it didn’t rain. 2. .The Olympics Games are held every four years. 3. .The rising of the river is due to the man’s carelessness. 4. .Every time I come,he is away. 5. .Their class is likely to win the basketball match. 或 It’s likely that their class is likely to win the basketball match. 二..短文填词.(每题 1 分,共 10 分) : 1. for 6. time 2. he 7. shoe 3.Looking 8..loudly 4. comfortable 9. while 5.thought 10.tired

三..书面表达(共 25 分)(One possible version); Dear fellow students, As we all know, good health is so essential to our daily life and lays the foundation for our future development. However, in modern times, many people don’t live a healthy lifestyle due to different reasons. In my opinion, we should have a healthy diet and play sports regularly to keep physically healthy. Besides, we should take a positive attitude towards people around us so that we can keep mentally healthy. Furthermore, I strongly advise that we should never sit too long in front of computers because it is bad for our health.




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