2013 学年第一学期期中杭州地区七校联考 高一年级英语学科 试题
考生须知： 1．本试卷分第 I 卷（选择题）和第 II 卷（非选择题）两部分。满分 120 分，考试时间 100 分钟。 2. 答题前，在答题卷密封区内填写班级、考试号和姓名；座位号写在指定位置。 3. 所有答案必须写在答题卷上；写在试卷上无效。 第Ｉ卷 客观题（共 95 分） I. 听力理解（本题共两
节，每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分） 第一节（共 5 小题） 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 will the two speakers probably go this morning? A. The park. B. The zoo. C. The museum. 2. Where does the conversation most probably take place? A. On a train. B. On a bus. C. At a booking office. 3. What are the two speakers talking about? A. Their hometown. B. The weather. C. Their hobbies. 4. Why does the man come to the Great Wall again? A. He finds it a very interesting place. B. It is a very famous place of interest. C. The Great Wall has a long history. 5. Why is the man sad? A. He is out of work. B. He is in poor health. C. His son is ill. 第二节（共 15 小题） 听下面 5 段对话，每段对话后有几个小题，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。听每段对话和独白前，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 are the two speakers doing now? A. They are on holiday. B. They are talking about their families. C. They are listening to a report. 7. What can we know about the man from the conversation? A. His wife is ill. B. His son is ill. C. His daughter is ill. 听第 7 段材料, 回答第 8 至 10 题。 8. What does the woman want the man to do? A. Take some medicine. B. See the doctor. C. Take
a bath. 9. Why doesn’t the man want to take the medicine? A. He feels OK now. B. He doesn’t like medicine. C. He is too sick to take any medicine. 10. What is the trouble with the man? A. He has a pain in his stomach. B. He has a cold. C. He has a heart attack. 听第 8 段材料, 回答第 11 至 13 题。 11. Where are the two speakers now? A. In the city. B. In the country. At home. 12. How did the two speakers get there? A. By bus. B. By car. foot. 13. How do the two speakers feel now? A. Great. B. Worried. Sorry. 听第 9 段材料, 回答第 14 至 16 题。 14. Why did Jack fall asleep in class? A. He didn’t sleep well last night. B. The class was boring. C. He was too lazy. 15. What is wrong with Jack? A. He has a high fever. B. He has a bad cough. headache. 16. What can we know about Jack from the conversation? A. He didn’t see a doctor. B. He is still ill. is much better now. 听第 10 段材料, 回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. What was Pat looking for one evening? A. The old man. B. A hotel. child. 18. Whom did Pat turn to for help? A. His friend. B. An old lady. 19. Where did the old man get out of the car? A. At his house. B. At a small hotel. bus stop. 20. When Pat asked the way, how far was he from his hotel? A. 9 miles. B. 12 miles. miles. II. 单项选择（共 15 小题，每小题 1 分，满分 15 分）
C. He has a
C. An old man. C. At a
从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出可以填入空白处的最佳答案。 21. --- Judging from _______ number of the cars, there must be many people in the park. --- Yes, I think so. All the people want to go out and enjoy the beautiful scenery in _______ good weather. A. the; / B. a; / C. the; a D. a; a 22. One of the advantages of living on the top floor of a high rise is that you can get a good ________. A. sight B. scene C. view D. look 23. _________ the Smiths moved to the country a year ago, they have been enjoying a better life. A. Ever since B. Now that C. Even if D. Only when 24. They yellow house _________ windows face south is the place _________ I spent my childhood. A. whose; that B. whose; where C. which; where D. where; which 25. I _________ him not to stay up too late, but he still didn’t go to bed until midnight. A. persuaded B. advised C. suggested D. promised 26. Mary caught a bad cold. _________, we were left waiting in the rain for two hours. A. In a word B. What’s more C. That’s to say D. Believe it or not 27. We were required to finish reading a long passage within five minutes and the many new words in it _________ our difficulty. A. added up B. added to C. added up to D. added in 28. They walked and walked until they came _________ the end of the river. A. at B. in C. to D. by 29. It was the second time this term that Tom _________ in the exam. This made the teacher very angry. A. cheated B. have cheated C. had cheated D. were cheated 30. --- Tom, let’s go and take a walk to refresh ourselves. --- Good idea. But hold on, I _________ my work, and it won’t take long. A. just finish B. am just finishing C. have just finished D. am just going to finish 31. We must speak English __________ in order to improve our oral English. A. actually B. gradually C. frequently D. entirely 32. It was 80 years before Christopher Columbus crossed the Atlantic _________ Zheng He had sailed to East Africa.
A. when B. that C. after D. since 33. --- People should spare no efforts to protect the environment. --- ________. Air pollution does harm to our health and fine particle air pollution, also called PM2.5 has now become a serious problem. A. All right B. Take it easy C. Go ahead D. Exactly 34. I can _________ remember _________ I went through the hard times when my parents got divorced. A. well; how B. good; how C. well; what D. good; when 35. --- How about some more coffee? --- It’s very kind of you, _________. A. That’s all right B. It takes nice and good C. Just a little, please D. I enjoyed it very much III. 完形填空（共 20 小题, 每小题 1 分, 满分 20 分） Sometimes people call each other “scared-cat”, but have you ever thought about this expression? When a cat is frightened, its heart starts beating faster, its muscles get tense（紧张的）, and there are changes in the chemicals in its bloodstream. Although the cat doesn’t 36 this, its body is getting ready for action. If the danger continues, this animal will do one of the two things. It will 37 itself, or it will run away as fast as it can. 38 , when people are excited, angry, scared, or aroused by other emotions, our bodies also go through many 39 changes. Our hearts beat faster, and our muscles get tense. All of these changes make us more alert(警觉的) and ready to react. We, too, get ready to defend(防卫) ourselves 40 run. Human beings, 41 , have a problem that animals never face. If we give way to our feelings and let them 42 , we can get into trouble. Have you ever said something in anger, or hit somebody and regretted it later? Have you ever shouted at a teacher, told someone you were lonely, or said you were in love, and then 43 later you had kept your mouth shut? It isn’t always 44 to express your feelings freely. Does this mean that it’s smarter always to 45 our feelings? No! If you 46 feelings of anger, sadness, and bitterness hidden away or bottled up inside, your body stays 47 . Physical illnesses can develop. It can actually be 48 for your health. Feelings that you keep all bottled up inside don’t just 49 . It’s like you bought some bananas and stuck them in a cupboard. You might not be able to see them, but 50 you’d smell them. And if you opened the cupboard, you’d 51 little fruit flies hovering (盘旋) all over them. They’d be rotten. You can try to treat emotions 52 they were bananas in the cupboard. You can 53 they don’t exist, but they’ll still be 54 . And at last you’ll have to 55 them. Just like those bananas.
36. A. mind 37. A. save 38. A. Truly Differently 39. A. chemical 40. A. and 41. A. therefore however 42. A. take off up 43. A. wished 44. A. useful 45. A. handle prevent 46. A. keep 47. A. relaxed different 48. A. good useful 49. A. go away 50. A. long before away 51. A. meet 52. A. as if though 53. A. pretend 54. A. in 55. A. eat up
B. admit B. help B. Frequently B. physical B. or B. but B. take on B. hoped B. right B. hurt B. find B. tense B. harmful B. go on B. as usual B. observe B. just as B. expect B. around B. deal with
C. realize C. defend C. Similarly C. health C. but C. besides C. take over C. blamed C. easy C. hide C. control C. same C. helpful C. go up C. before long C. catch C. just after C. decide C. over C. throw away
D. remember D. hide D. D. ill D. yet D. D. take D. shared D. wise D. D. let D. D. D. go out D. right D. see D. even D. think D. beyond D. send out
IV. 阅读理解（共 15 小题，每小题 2 分，满分 30 分） A Have you ever considered all the English expressions that include words about clothes? Let’s see if Ican name a few proverbs “off the cuff” since I haven’t prepared for it. English expressions with “pants” People wear pants to cover the lower part of their bodies. We sometimes say that people who are restless or nervous have “ants in their pants.” They might also “fly by the seat of their pants” -- they use their natural sense to do something instead of their learned knowledge. Sometimes, people may “get caught with their pants down” -they are found doing something they should not be doing. And, in every family, one person takes control. Sometimes a wife tells her husband what to do. Then we say “she wears the pants in the family.” When people what to say something about money
Pants usually have pockets to hold things. Money that is likely to be spent quickly can “burn a hole in your pocket.” Sometimes you need a belt to hold up your pants. If you have less money than usual, you may have to “tighten your belt” -- you may have to live on less money and spend your money carefully. But once you have succeeded in budgeting your money, you will have that skill “under your belt.” I always praise people who can save their money and not spend too much. I really “take my hat off to them.” Yet, when it comes to my own money, I spend it “at the drop of a hat” -- immediately, without waiting. And sadly, you cannot “pull money out of a hat” -- you cannot get money by inventing or imagining it. English expressions with “shoes” Boots are a heavy or strong kind of shoes. People who are “too big for their boots” think they are more important than they really are. I dislike such people. I really do. You can bet your boots on that! Yet, truly important people are hard to replace. Rarely can you “fill their shoes” -- or replace them with someone equally effective. English expressions with “shirt” My father is an important person. He runs a big company. He wears a suit and tie and a shirt with sleeves that cover his arms. Some people who do not know him well think he is too firm and severe. They think he is a real “stuffed shirt.” But I know that my father “wears his heart on his sleeve” -- he shows his feelings openly. And, he knows how to “keep his shirt on” -- he stays calm and never gets angry or too excited. 56. What is this passage mainly about? A. How to say English correctly and properly. B. Why English expressions include words about clothes. C. Which words can be used to describe my father. D. What people mean when they use some proverbs. 57. Which of the following proverbs are not related to money? A. tighten one’s belt B. burn a hole in one’s pocket C. get caught with their pants down D. pull money out of a hat 58. Tim often considers himself the most important person in the world, which is far from the truth. We may say _________. A. he is “too big for their boots” B. he “bet his boots on that” C. he “fill their shoes” D. he “wears his heart on his sleeves” 59. If you want to praise somebody for his calmness when facing danger, you may say ________ A. “ you really fill your shoes”. B. “Awesome! You wear your heart on your sleeves”. C. “Amazing! How can you keep your shirt on at that time!” D. “ Cool! You are truly a stuffed shirt”. 60. The underlined expression “off the cuff” probably means __________.
A. with little or no preparation beforehand cuff（袖口) C. without much difficulty
B. without the limit of the D. without dressing properly
B Just like every year, answered CBS News, the top moneymaker at theaters was actually popcorn, the most marketable star at the movies. According to the Popcorn Board, an organization funded by US popcorn companies, every year each American eats about 51 quarts (48 liters) of popcorn, most of it at the movies. Tory Hoen, writing in New York magazine, describes how closely popcorn is linked with going to the movies in the US: “As soon as you walk through the theater doors, an irrepressible (抑制不住的) craving (渴望) for popcorn follows. Since childhood, we’ve been used to having handful upon handful of popcorn from the moment the theater lights go down until the end of the movie. It’s all part of the experience,” he writes. Popcorn has been one of US’ most beloved snacks for years. While theater-goers have other choices, such as candy, popcorn still mostly dominates (控制) cinema snack bar sales. Why? Popcorn was actually one item that kept movie theaters alive during the US Great Depression of the 1930s, according to Andrew Smith, author of the book Popped Culture: A Social History of Popcorn in America. Cinema managers found that if they lowered their admission fees, they could make more money from snacks, with popcorn the top choice of customers. Popcorn’s role was then boosted during World War II. With candy short in supply, popcorn became the primary snack of movie-goers. There was even a slogan: “Popcorn is a fighting food!” As The Credits, an online movie magazine, points out, the snack took on “a patriotic (爱国的) quality” and became linked “not only with the movies, but with the American spirit”. Today, according to Hoen, it’s hard to imagine sitting through a film without hearing the crunching of popcorn. He believes that popcorn has helped make the American movie-going experience “much more ingrained (根深蒂固的) and inspired”. 61. How did the writer show that popcorn is the most marketable star at the movies? A. By making comparisons B. By giving examples. C. By using statistics (数据). D. By quoting (引用) Tory Hoen. 62. According to the text, during the US Great Depression of the 1930s, _________. A. people didn’t have to pay to see movies B. popcorn actually saved movie theaters from closing C. candy was more popular than popcorn at movie theaters D. because of popcorn’s popularity, movie theaters didn’t suffer at all 63. The underlined word “boosted” in Paragraph 7 is closest in meaning to _________. A. made less important B. taken into consideration C. accepted D. increased 64. According to Tory Hoen, we can get an idea that _________. A. popcorn is closely linked to only children when they are watching movies
B. popcorns could make the movies much more interesting in the 1930s C. popcorn can more or less show the American spirit of loving their country D. popcorn seems to be a necessary part of American’s movie-going experience 65. The main point of the article is to _________. A. explain why popcorn has long played a starring role among US movie snacks B. argue that it is fun to enjoy popcorn while watching movies C. tell the story of the ups and downs of popcorn’s role in the US over the years D. analyze (分析) Hoen’s experiences eating popcorns in movie theaters C Surrounded by Brothers I know it is wrong to envy(羡慕) your children. But when I see my son, Tonio and his younger brother Sam going down a slide together, one’s arm around the other, I know I have missed something wonderful. Not only did I never have a brother, but also I had no friendships like theirs. My sister was old enough to help take care of me, so she was more a mother than a playmate, and I was more a pest than a friend. A brother would have been wonderful, but it was not in the family planning. Now I finally live with brothers, my sons, Tonio and Sam. I am watching them build the kind of relationship that I once dreamed about. They go to bed together. When one comes into our bed after a nightmare, my wife and I know that before morning his brother will follow. Sam manages the world with more ease than his elder brother, whose frustrations often bring him to tears. With a sincere “Smile, Tonio,” Sam is the one who comforts him. Tonio, on the other hand, has stopped playing with boys at his age who don’t like playing with Sam. They are always backing each other up. I don’t know what kind of relationship they will have when they grow up. Parents always want their children to have what they never could. I want them to have each other. So I imagine them going to the same college, marrying sisters and living on the same block. That’s why I was so worried the day Tonio started kindergarten. I felt that I would lose something too. As we headed for school that morning, both boys seemed relaxed, as if neither had any idea that the day was going to be different, that starting then, Tonio would be leaving behind his brother, his best friend, his right arm. Tonio’s first day was chaotic, with hundreds of children outside looking for their teachers. Before any of us could say goodbye, Tonio disappeared with his new classmates. He turned to wave and then was gone. It was so sudden. Sam even didn’t see him go. Although parents had been asked to ease the craziness of the first day by staying out of the school, I lifted Sam up and took him to Tonio’s classroom, looking for a glimpse of Tonio. Sam spotted him first. My wife and I didn’t head back home immediately, stopping instead at a coffee shop to treat Sam to hot chocolate. We even let him eat ice-cream with his fingers. Sam was still quiet, so I asked him if he missed his brother already.
He didn’t answer. Instead he asked, “Daddy, is Tonio going to be gone forever?” “No, Sammy,” I said, feeling happy about his sweet question. “Not forever, just until three o’clock.” I sometimes think that the greatest thing I have ever done is to help create these brothers. And I didn’t stop with them. We had another child, and for the third time in a row, it was a boy. It wasn’t long before his brothers climbed into the crib(婴儿床) to play with him. I am surrounded by brothers. 66. What makes the author envy his sons? A. He has no friends like Sam and Tonio. B. He has only one brother in his family. C. He doesn’t enjoy brotherhood as they do. D. He doesn’t have a good relation with his sister. 67. What does the underlined word “pest” in paragraph 2 mean? A. a bad person B. an annoying person C. a good friend D. a lovely brother 68. What can we learn about the two little brothers? A. Tonio often encouraged Sam when Sam burst into tears. B. The two brothers went to the same kindergarten. C. Neither of the brothers played with other children. D. They supported each other in different ways. 69. The author was worried the day Tonio started his kindergarten, because__________. A. Tonio might not spend so much time with Sam B. Tonio might not do well with his study C. he was afraid he would lose Tonio forever. D. he wanted Tonio to have what he didn’t have 70. What does the title “Surrounded by Brothers” suggest? A. The author experienced brotherly love by raising his sons. B. The author often plays with his sons whenever he has time. C. Parents want their children to stay at home and play together. D. The youngest son is always surrounded by his elder brothers. 第 II 卷 主观题（共 25 分） V. 单词拼写 (共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分) 1. From his d look, I know he has decided to get what he wants. 2. Mary was frightened at the sight of the accident, but she stayed c and called 110 immediately. 3. Some of us are s from loneliness, but we have to learn to get along with others well here in the school. 4. The young man was buried under the r and had to be dug out. 5. Many of the teenagers don’t stand s , or sit correctly, which does not
help to build their body. 6. After the terrible earthquake, everywhere people looked nearly everything was d . 7. After g from university, you have to make a choice about getting a further study or a job. 8. I am very g to my junior school teachers, without whose help I wouldn’t be so excellent. 9. English is one of the o languages used in India and the other is Hindi. 10.Though they hadn’t met for many years, they r each other at first sight(第一眼). VI. 书面表达（满分 15 分） 请以 Reduce Waste on Campus 为题，写一篇 100 词左右的英语短文，内容包括： 1. 目前校园内浪费现象； 2. 不应该浪费的理由； 3. 你的看法，该怎么做。 注意: 1. 不要逐条翻译，可适当增加细节。 2. 字数在 100 词左右。 3. 开头已给出。 参考词汇：campus—校园 As is known to all, waste on campus has become a more and more serious problem.