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 7 题。 6
What do you learn from the conversation? A Mike can drive properly. B Mike is afraid to drive a car in traffic jams. C Mike dislikes being a passenger. 7 Which of the following is true according to the conversation? A Mike likes to sit in other people’s car on long empty roads. B As a rule, Mike prefers to be a passenger. C As a rule, Mike prefers to drive a car. 听第 7 段材料，回答第 8 至 9 题。 8 What’s the girl’s trouble? A She can’t find a suitable job. B She can’t decide whether to go to university or get a job. C She wants to go to college but her parents don’t agree. 9 What might the girl do in the end? A Go to university. B Look for a job. C Study at home and depend on her parents. 听第 8 段材料，回答第 10 至 12 题。 10 What is the probable relationship between the two speakers? A Father and daughter. B Husband and wife. C Boss and employees. 11 What is the woman going to do tonight? A Go out for a drink. B Do some work. C Go to bed. 12 What does the woman thing of the man? A Hardworking. B Lazy. C Thoughtful. 听第 9 段材料，回答第 13 至 16 题。 13 What’s the relationship between the two speakers?
2015—2016 学年度上学期第四次月考 高一年级 英语 试题 考试时间：120 分钟 试题分数：150 分 本试卷分第 I 卷（选择题）和第 II 卷（非选择题）两部分。
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 Where do you think they are having the dialogue? A At home B At school C At the cinema 2 What do you think Mr.Smith did? A He attended a meeting. B He made a report. C He received some presents. 3 What can we learn about the man? A He loves buy flowers. B He doesn’t love flowers. C He loves planting flowers. 4 Which skirt will the woman take? A The yellow one. B The red one. C Neither. 5 What does Jane like? A Chocolate. B Ice cream. C Fruit 第二节 （共 15 小题；每题 1.5 分，满分 22.5 分）
A Friends B Strangers C Classmates 14 How long will the man stay here? A 7 days B 2 weeks C 1 month 15 What does the man like about China? A High mountains. B Long rivers C High mountains, long rivers and people. 16 Where does the man come from? A China B England C America 听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题 17 Which of the following is right? A A stamp is a piece of paper with a picture on one side. B A stamp is a piece of paper with printed words on one side. C A stamp is a piece of special paper worth some post service. 18 What do you know about stamps? A Stamps can be used only once. B Stamps are beautiful to look at. C Stamps can only be stuck on a letter. 19 Who will buy the used stamps? A Those who want to post a letter. B Those who have a lot of money. C Those who like stamp-collecting. 20 Which statement is true according to the speaker? A All the used stamps are worthless. B Only stamp-collect stamps. C Collectors are willing to pay much money to get the stamp he needs. 第二部分：阅读理解（共两节，共 20 小题，每小题 2 分，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，并 在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A
Here is a collection of some of the eccentric(古怪的)laws in the world. We can laugh , we can gasp, we can only wonder…… 1. Think before you chew In Singapore, chewing gum is prohibited. This rule was introduced because of the high cost and difficulty in removing stuck chewing gum from public premises. In particular, chewing gum stuck on the Mass Rapid Transit train doors stopped the train from moving. It happened a few times and those were a few times too many. 2. Lighten up Drivers in Denmark are supposed to drive vehicles with their headlights on. You’d think this law would apply to night driving but it doesn’t . It is considered essential during the day as well or they may face a fine of up to ﹩100.Studies have shown that this has helped a lot to avoid road accidents in Denmark. 3. To fail﹥to jail In Bangladeshi, children 15 and older can be put in jail for cheating on their final examinations. Every year, Bangladeshi government takes strong measures to stop cheating and carries out a massive media campaign to forewarn students through print and television. 4.Sue(控告) them pants! In France, it is still against the law for women to wear pants. The law reportedly has been on the books since 1800. It was amended several times: once in 1892 to allow women to sport trousers while riding horses and again in 1909 to permit the ladies to wear pants while on bicycles. 5. The law with a flaw In Georgia no bicycle shall be equipped, modified, or altered in such a way as to cause the pedal in its lowermost position to be more than 12 inches above the ground, nor shall any bicycle be operated if so equipped . The question is :Who would ride such a bike? 6. One Two Three Go! In Massachusetts at a wake( 守丧 ),mourners may eat no more than three sandwiches. It is one of those laws that was written in books and never removed since then. Bad manners, one might consider it, but in Massachusetts it is a criminal offense. 21. How many laws are mentioned in the passage? A . Two B .Three C. Six D. Five 22. In which country is chewing gum not allowed ? A. Singapore B. America C. France D. China 23. Which is Not true according to the passage ? A. In Bangladesh, children 15 and younger can be put in jail for cheating. B. In Georgia no bicycle shall be equipped . C. In France it is still against the law for women to wear pants. D. Drivers in Denmark are supposed to drive vehicles with their headlights on. B Not all memories are sweet. Some people spend all their lives trying to forget bad experiences. Violence and traffic accidents can leave people with terrible physical and emotional scars. Often they relive these experiences in nightmares.
Now American researchers think they are close to developing a pill, which will help people forget bad memories. The pill is designed to be taken immediately after a frightening experience. They hope it might reduce, or possibly wipe out, the effect of painful memories. In November, experts tested a drug on people in the US and France . The drug stops the body releasing chemicals that fix memories in the brain. So far the research has suggested that only the emotional effects of memories may be reduced , not that the memories are wiped out . They are not sure to what degree people’s memories are affected. The research has caused a great deal of argument. Some think it is a bad idea, while others support it. Supporters say it could lead to pills that prevent or treat soldiers’ troubling memories after war. They say that there are many people who suffer from terrible memories. “Some memories can ruin people’s lives. They come back to you when you don’t want to have them in a daydream or nightmare. They usually come with very painful emotions,” said Roger Pitman, a professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. “This could relieve a lot of that suffering.” But those who are against the research say that maybe the pills can change people’s memories and changing memories is very dangerous because memories give us our identity. They also help us all avoid the mistakes of the past. “All of us can think of bad events in our lives that were terrible at the time but make us who we are . I’m not sure we want to wipe those memories out.” Said Rebcca Dresser , a medical ethicist. 24.The passage is mainly about A. a new medical invention B. a new research on the pill C. a way of wiping out painful memories D. an argument about the research on the pill 25. The drug tested on people can A. cause the brain to fix memories B. stop people remembering bad experiences C. prevent body producing certain chemicals D. wipe out the emotional effect of memories 26.We can infer from the passage that A. people doubt the effect of the pills B. the pills will certainly stop people’s emotional memories C. taking the pill will do harm to people’s physical health D. the pill has already been produced and used by the public in the US 27. Which of the following does Rebecca Dresser agree with in the last paragraph? A. Some memories can ruin people’s lives. B. People want to get rid of bad memories . C. Experiencing bad events makes us different from others. D. The pill will reduce people’s sufferings from bad memories. C The spread of Western eating habits around the wood is bad for human health and
the environment．These findings come from a new report in the journal Nature． David Tillman, a professor of ecology at the University of Minnesota, America, examined information from 100 countries to identify what people ate and how diet affected health． He noted a movement beginning in the 1960s． He found that as nations industrialized（工业化）, population increased and earnings rose, more people began to adopt what has been called the Western diet． The Western diet is high in sugar, fat, oil and meat．By eating these foods, people began to get fatter and sicker．David Tillman says overweight people are at greater risk for non-infectious diseases like diabetes（耱尿病） and heart disease． Unfortunately when people become industrialized, if they adopt this Western diet, they are going to have these health problems, especially in developing countries in Asia．China is an example where the number of diabetes cases has been jumping from less than one percent to 10 percent of the population as they began to industrialize over a 20-year period．And that is happening all across the world, in Mexico, in Nigeria and so on． And, a diet bad for human beings, is also bad for the environment．As the world's population grows, more forests and tropical（熟带的） areas will become farmland for crops or grasslands for cattle． We are likely to have more greenhouse gas in the future from agriculture than that coming out of all forms of transportation right now． Mr．Tillman calls the link between diet, the environment and human health, "a dilemma": a problem offering a difficult choice．He says one possible solution is leaving the Western diet behind． 28．According to the passage, more greenhouse gas might be given off in the future from . A．agriculture B．developing countries C．transportation D．developed countries 29．David Tilman believes that . A．people in tropical areas are more likely to have heart disease B．the Western diet is the only choice as the nation industrializes C．diet, the environment and human health are closely connected D．traditional diets are more balanced than the Western diet 30．We can infer from the passage that _ ． A．Nigeria has the largest number of diabetes cases B．industrialization contributes to the spread of the Western diet C．the examined information comes from developing countries D．overweight people are at higher risk of infectious diseases 31．The main purpose of the passage is to _ ． A．can on us to protect the environment B．remind us of the importance of health
C．warn us of the danger of the Western diet D．advise us to have a balanced diet D Each year on February 2nd, there is a special festival called Groundhog Day (土拨 鼠日 )' forecasting event in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania. When it comes, people from around the world, including 5,000 in the small town today, watch this tongue-twisting(发 音饶舌的) small town for a sign from one groundhog that supposedly predicts when that year' s spring will arrive. If it's a cloudy day outside when the groundhog pops from its cave, then spring will arrive early that year. However, if it is sunny outside, the groundhog will supposedly be scared by its own shadow, hiding underground for six more weeks of cold weather. Of course, Punxsutawney Phil's prediction is no more able to guarantee the extended forecast than your local weatherman. ABC News reports that an analysis by the National Climate Data Center found that Phil's predictions are more often wrong than right. Philis is also found to have made some unpleasant predictions. Ever since 1887, he has predicted 99 extended winters and just 16 early springs. Nine of the years' predictions were unavailable, according to ABC. The holiday began as a German tradition in 18th century and became even more of a cultural phenomenon after the 1993 film Groundhog Day starring Bill Murray. Punxsutawney Phil has become a celebrity in his own right. Each year, the fatter animal with long teeth is watched by millions as he emerges from a cave in the town he is named after. Phil has become so beloved by the town that he actually lives in the local library with his “wife" Phyllis. Taking inspiration from the hard state of Bill Murray’s character in the classic film, Yahoo contributor Owen Rust says Groundhog Day is a good time to reflect on one’s routines. 32．The underlined word “pops” means “ ”. A. escapes B. hides C. increases D. appears 33．The reason why Phil's predictions aren't pleasing is that_____________. A. some of the predictions were unavailable B. Phil wants to do that for fun C. Phil likes to make unpleasant predictions D. he has predicted more late springs
34．How does Punxsutawney Phil become a celebrity? A. By an accident. B. From people's life improving. C. By his own attractive force D. From much money raised by the town. 35. Which does this passage mainly talk about? A. The National Climate Data Center B. Groundhog Day weather forecasting C. A tongue-twisting small town D. A German tradition 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 test best It’s back to school, which means it’s back to tests. Which might also mean it’s back to being majorly stressed out . 36 Here are some simple ways to prepare thoroughly for tests. Schedule study time. Trying to do all studying the night before a test makes it impossible to master all the material. 37 Instead, prepare for a test by scheduling study time each day for several days before. Use your time wisely. 38 Also, make sure you have all the supplies you need to study so you don’t lose focus. While studying, be sure to make regular short breaks. Get a snack, take a bathroom break or play a quick computer game when it feels as if your brain is about to explode. 39 Studying with a parent or friends can help you understand the material better and to learn from one another. Have every person or pair take a part of the material, and come up with questions to quiz the group. Keep the group small. Have everyone take turns as the group leader, who will assign the material, and make sure that conversation stays on what is being studied. Don’t forget last-minute preparation. Have your sharpened pencils and other things in your bag ready the night before the test. It’s important to get a good night’s sleep and then eating a healthy breakfast the next morning. 40 Also,studying all the way up until test time can only create more anxiety. Stop studying an hour beforehand. A. This way, both your mind and body are fully prepared. B. Before studying , clear your desk so you can concentrate. C. Stay cool before the test. D. It doesn’t have to be this way. E. Form a study group.
F. It will also make you tired and stressed on the day of the test. G. This will help you store important information. 第三部分：英语知识运用 完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分） 请认真阅读下面短文，从短文后各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项。 A friend of mine met with an accident driving in darkness. His legs were so hurt that he couldn’t move. What was the 41 that was he found himself unable to ask for help—his mobile phone went out of 42 as a result of exhausted (用尽的) battery. Nothing could be done but to 43 in cold wilderness. It was 8 hours later that the day broke, and then the 44 of the rescue. It is almost 45 that he could stand the horror in the darkness for so long. Even more surprising was his 46 : “ First of all I checked up my 47 conditions and found myself not in mortal (必死的) danger. As there was no 48 to call for help, I leaned back in my seat trying my best to keep the wound from 49 . In this way I dozed (打盹) off. His story put an end to my regret for the 50 of an exploration adventure that happened last year. A group of young men 51 to explore a mountain cave and got lost. 52 to find a way out in the dark cave they were frightened and ran anxiously without a sense of 53 . Finally they fell dead in fear and exhaustion . According to the 54 people that found them, the place where they got lost was only about 10 meters away from the 55 of the cave. If they stayed on the spot when they lost their way and tried to 56 themselves, they would probably sense a faint light glimmering not far away. Don’t you think that you can compare it with 57 itself? When you meet with obstacles in life and work, you are lost in darkness. 58 you it’s unclear yet and you needn’t put up struggle 59 . It seems to be a negative attitude, 60 a person who can afford to do so must have foresight as well as great courage in the first place. 41. A. hopeless B. best C. more D. worst 42. A. service B. work C. order D. way 43. A. wait B. lie C. cry D. sleep 44. A. delay B. arrival C. team D. success 45. A. untrue B. useless C. true D. unimaginable 46. A. explanation B. decision C. plan D. excuse 47. A. working B. mental C. physical D. medical 48. A. courage B. strength C. tools D. way 49. A. rotting B. bleeding C. hurting D. spreading 50. A. loss B. sadness C. disappointment D. failure 51. A. tried B. managed C. had D.dreamed 52. A. Willing B. Deciding C. Determined D. Unable 53. A. hearing B. direction C. feeling D. sight 54. A. local B. village C. rescue D. brave 55. A. opening B. top C. end D. side
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M: That place doesn’t have a single meat dish. Just fish 77 you know I don’t like fish that much. W: And I don’t like meat that much. The only meat I eat 78 chicken. M: But when I pick the restaurant, I always respect all your food 79 (prefer). W: Well, I suppose that, to be fair, you 80 get to pick the movie and we can go to a restaurant that serves meat.
第Ⅱ卷 （非选择题共四部分，共 50 分）
第一节：单词拼写（共 10 题，每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） 61. To our satisfaction, he had got the first prize in the diving ______(竞争， 比赛) 62.Tom was _________（接纳容许）to Beijing University last year. 63 The suspect was _________（指控） with murdering his wife 64They inserted an ________ （广告）in the newspaper 65He does ________ （ 应 受 ， 值 得 ） some good luck after so much wretchedness. 66I held my breath and _______ （下沉）under the water. 67. The bomb must ________ （爆炸） within less than a millionth of a second. 68A ________ （幸存者）was knocked unconscious when the helicopter ditched. 69He owned a ________（奇特的，异样的） house out on Lake Agawam. 70The room was _________（装饰，装修）in a combination of greens and blues. 第二节 语法填空（共 10 题，每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） 阅读下面短文，根据上下文填入适当的词语，或使用括号中的词语的适当形式填 空，并将答案填写在答题卡上标号的相应位置。 （没给词的填一个词，给了词的，填词 个数由所需词形决定） W: Let’s go see the new movie at Mall Cinema. It’s a beautiful love story. M: Oh, goodness, please not again. That’s 71 we did last week. W: No, we didn’t. Last week we went to see that movie about a man’s struggle against illness. M: Right, that 72 (intend) for women, just like this one. 73 , this is the last week for Rush Hour. And action movies like that need to be 74 (see) in a theatre on a big screen. W: Oh, yeah, I did promise to see 75 with you. But you liked that movie, didn’t you? M: Oh, sure, it was great. I had popcorn for dinner and paid 76 price of a movie ticket to get a two-hour sleep. W: It wasn’t that bad and we went to an excellent restaurant.
短文改错（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分）
文中共有 10 处语言错误，每句中最多有两处。 增加：在缺词处加一个漏字符号（∧） ，并在其下面写出该加的词。 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: 1.每处错误及其修改均仅限一词； 2.只修改 10 处，多者（从第 11 处起）不计分。 Last night, I had a strange and interesting dream. On the way back home, I come across a child from another planet. His clothes seemed to be shine and looked beautiful . As I got close to he, he looked frightened and turned his back to me . Though I couldn’t spoke his language, I used hand gestures to talk with him. A while later, he told me lots of amazed things on his planet, that made me laugh. But sudden, he began to cry , and then he explained he had lost his way and couldn’t find his home. Seen that, I offered to help him. His home had a telephone number like ours, so I asked him to call his parents using my phone. Soon after make the call he disappeared. 第四节：书面表达（满分 20 分） 假设你是李华， 你的加拿大朋友 Bob 给你发了一封电子邮件，想了解一下中国高中 生对于大学的选择意向， 于是你在班里进行了一次调查。 请根据下表的信息， 给 Bob 回 复一封电子邮件，告诉他调查结果，并说明原因。 选择意向和比例 原因 省内大学 25﹪ 录取机会大；生活习惯相似 省外大学 70﹪ 培养独立性；可选学校多 国外大学 5﹪ 了解外国文化；有助于学外语
注意: 1.词数 100 左右； 2.电子邮件的开头和结尾已给出，不计入总词数。 Dear Bob, Last week I did a survey among the students in my class on what university they want to choose.
They say they are more likely to be admitted if they apply to these universities. And they Yours, Li Hua needn’t change their lifestyle too much. Seventy percent of them would like to choose universities in other provinces. Being away from home, they can become more independent and there are more universities for them to choose from. The rest five percent of my classmates plan to choose foreign universities. One reason why they want to go abroad is that they can learn more about different cultures. Besides, it will be a great Yours LiHua help to their foreign language study.
A卷 听力1-5ABCBB 6-10ACABB 11-15CAABC 16-20BCBCC 阅读21-224 DACB 25-28 ACBC 29.-32 DCAC 33-35 CAA 36—40. D F B E A 完型41----45 DAABD 46---50 ACDAD 51—55 BDBCA 56---60. BACDA B卷 听力 1-5AACAB 6-10ACBAB 11-15CBBAC 16-20BCACC 阅读 21-23 CAA 24-27 DCAC 28.-31 ACBC 32-35 DACB 36—40. D F B E A 完型 41----45 DBABD 46---50 ACDBD 51—55 ADBCA 56---60. BACDA 单词拼写 61 competition 62admitted 63.charged 64advertisement 65deserve 66sank 67explode 68.survivor 69.fancy 70.decorated 语法填空 71.what 考查表语从句的连接词。what引导表语从句，在句子中作did的宾语。 72.was intended 考查时态语态。 intend构成短语be intended for， 同时根据前面语境Last week we went to see that movie about a man’s struggle against illness.判断应该为一般 过去时，即was intended。 73.Besides 考查副词。前面说：就像这部影片一样，那部电影针对的是女性。后面说： “这是尖峰时刻的最后一周。判断Besides恰当。 74.seen 考查非谓语动词。that与see为被动关系，所以用过去分词。 75.it 考查代词。it指代前面的影片Rush Hour。 76.the 考查冠词。根据后面的修饰语of a movie ticket判断该词应该是特指，即the。 77.and 考查连词。前后为并列关系，所以用and。 78.is 考查动词。 前面语境谈到： 我不太那么喜欢吃肉。 判断“我吃的唯一的肉就是鸡肉”， 判断用is。 79.preferences 考查名词。根据前面的修饰语all your food判断该名词应该用复数，即 preferences。 80should 考查情态动词。 前面语境说： 公平起见。 判断“你应该选电影”， 判断用should。 短文改错 81 and-but82 come-came 83 shine-shining84 he-him 85 spoke-speak 86 amazed-amazing87 that-which88 sudden-suddenly89 Seen-Seeing 90 make-making 写作答案:Dear Bob, Last week I did a survey among the students in my class on what university they want to choose. Now I’m writing to tell you the results. Twenty-five percent of my classmates want to choose universities in our province.