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交大附中高一英语上学期期末试卷
(满分 100 分, 100 分钟完成,答案一律写在答题纸上)

I. Listening Comprehension (24’)
Part A Short Conversations (1’*10 = 10’) Directions: In Part A, you will hear ten short conversations between two speakers. At the end of each conversations, a question will be asked about what was said. The conversations and the questions will be spoken only once. After you hear a conversation and the question about it, read the four possible answers on your paper, and decide which one is the best answer to the question you have heard. 1. A. She went to the center with her friend. B. She wrote her friend a letter. C. she told her friend to call her later. D. She asked her friend to come. 2. A. He had some ice cream. B. He had a piece of cake. C. He had a piece of gum. D. He had something to drink. 3. A. She thinks the man needs a vacation. B. She thinks the man should be preparing for his tests. C. She thinks the man doesn’t need to worry about his exams. D. She’s not interested in surfing. 4. A. Use a different phone B. Ask Tom to call the secretary. C. Wait until his secretary gets home. D. Leave before the phone rings. 5. A. He liked Canada in the winter. B. He liked Canada in spring, summer and fall. C. He liked Canada all year round. D. He did not like Canada. 6. A. Both the man and the woman took the computer course last year. B. The man took the computer course but the woman didn’t. C. The woman took the computer course but the man didn’t. D. Neither the man nor the woman took the computer course. 7. A. He is nervous. B. He is disappointed. C. He is surprised. D. He is anxious. 8. A. He’s seen the announcement. B. He isn’t sure what the announcement means. C. He’s uncertain where the hall is. D. He doesn’t know what she’ talking about. 9. A. It is better than his own. B. It was made by a child. C. It looks terrible. D. It may win a prize. 10. A. Find a cleaner room. B. Have another meeting. C. Clarify the issues. D. Clean the conference room. Part B Passages (1’ * 6 = 6’) Directions: In Part B, you will hear two short passages, and you will be asked three questions on each of the passages. The passages will be read twice, but the questions will be spoken only once. When you hear a question, read the four possible answers on your paper and decide which one would be the best answer to the question you have heard. Questions11 through 13 are based on the following passage. 11. A. Students liked the food from that shop. B. It was so convenient for them to get food from that shop. C. Many students were taking courses on Saturday. D. That is the only shop which supplies breakfast to the nearby middle school. 12. A. She was sent to hospital in time. B. She ate only little of the food she bought from that shop. C. She vomited out most of the food she ate. D. She was treated by many medical specialists. 13. A. The cause of this food poisoning accident. B. The number of people hit in the accident. C. The time of the accident. D. The conditions of most patients. Questions14 through 16 are based on the following news. 14. A. To dig a hole all the way through the earth. B. To dig for a jar full of treasures. C. To dig for worms and insects. D. To realize their dream by digging.

15. A. They volunteered their help. B. They admired the two brothers. C. They thought the two brothers were crazy. D. They thought the two brothers were ambitious. 16. A. You will find great fun in hard work. B. Don’t laugh at friends, but give them a hand instead. C. If you try hard you will reach the goal you set yourself in your life. D. The meaning of a goal is to give you a direction to follow in your life. Part C Longer Conversations (1’*8 = 8) Directions: In Part C, you will hear two longer conversations. The conversations will be read twice. After you hear each conversation, you are required to fill in the numbered blanks with the information you have heard. Write your answers on your answer sheet. Blanks 17 through 20 are based on the following conversation The language he/she wants to learn Man: 17 . Woman: 18 . How often Arrangement 19 20 a week. session for each person.

Complete the form. Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS for each answer. Blanks 21 through 24 are based on the following conversation. Who David Mary Things he/she did or has been doing since graduation Reason he/she present job likes the 21 in Britain for two years and came back to 22 six months ago. Has been a 23 .

Finds 24 the disabled.

in working for

Complete the form. Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer.

Ⅱ. Grammar and vocabulary (17’)
Part A (0.5’ *16 = 8’) Directions: Beneath each of the following sentences there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one answer that best completes the sentence. 25. If you , you'd better go outside in the fresh air. A. faint B. have fainted C. are going to faint D. will faint 26. All but one worker here just now. A. is B. was C. has been D. were 27. It is the fourth time she has been sleeping in class, ? A. is she B. isn’t she C. isn’t it D. hasn’t she 28. matters little. A. He will come or not B. If or not he comes C. Whether he comes or not D. He comes or not 29. Hard as , it is quite easy to drill a hole on it with laser. A. is the diamond B. does the diamond C. the diamond is D. the diamond does 30. If that idea was wrong, the project is bound to fail, good all the other ideas might be. A. whatever B. though C. whatsoever D. however 31. The reason he referred to for his success is he is always working hard. A. why; that B. why; because C. that; that D. that; because 32. Many new means of transportation have been developed in our country, perhaps the hovercraft. A. and the strangest of which is B. the strangest of which being C. the strangest of which is D. and the strangest of them being 33. No one can walk the wire without a bit of fear unless ____ very young. A. having been trained B. trained C. to be trained D. being trained 34. Having considered the problem for a while, she thought better her first solution. A. to B. than C. from D. of 35. The bank is reported in the local newspaper in broad daylight yesterday. A. to be robbed B. robbed C. to have been robbed D. having been robbed

36. When you go by train, make sure you take an express, stops only at big stations. A. one that B. what C. the one D. that 37. When there are small children around, it is necessary to put bottles of pills out of . A. hand B. place C. hold D. reach 38. Teams are organized into leagues which are defined by age, from pre-school children to senior adults. A. exchanging B. changing C. ranging D. arranging 39. The football match was televised from the Workers' Stadium. A. alive B. life C. live D. lively 40. He is going back to his motherland soon because he couldn’t get his visa . A. enlarged B. extended C. expanded D. intended Part B (1’ * 9 =9’) Directions: Complete the following passage by using the words in the box. Each word can only be used once. Note that there is one word more than you need.

A. advanced E. deliver

B. aspects AB. major AE. over

C. benefit from AC. means BC. urban

D. deals

AD. otherwise

As the way in which we communicate continues to change, so does the way in which we learn. The traditional classroom still is a popular vehicle for helping higher learning. Growing in attention is the ability to access institutions of higher education by other 41 . Distance learning can be defined in several ways. It can be classes taken 42 the Internet, Web TV, cable TV, correspondence 43 be able to participate to obtain college

course, audio conferencing, CD-ROM, videotape or any other mechanism that allows a student to learn without traveling to a traditional classroom. The increase of these types of programs allows many people who might not scheduled classes can all 44 these programs. 45 . In this feature we are addressing only those 46 degrees in a non-traditional manner. degrees. People in rural areas, people who are home-bound, or people whose schedules just don’t allow them the freedom to attend Just to make it clear, there are not ―get-you-diploma-if-you-send-us-$29.95‖

programs that are approved and provide the opportunities for people to obtain college and

People are, however, required to work for their degrees. There are books, lessons, assignments, papers to write, homework, and exams. There is interaction with teachers on a regular basis, and there is usually interaction with other students on a project or work group basis. Corporate America has found that distance learning is a more efficient and cost effective way to is using distance learning, both internally and externally, for all 48 of training. Many 49 47 training to employees. According to the United States Distance Learning Association, ―Faced with retraining 50 million American workers, Corporate America corporations save millions of dollars each year using distance learning to train employees more effectively and more efficiently than with conventional methods.‖

III. Cloze (1’ *15 = 15’)
Directions: For each blank in the following passages there are four words or phrases marked A, B, C and D. Fill in each blank with the word or phrase that best fits the context. Why is setting goals important? Because goals can help you do, be, and experience everything you want in life. 50 just letting life happen to you, goals allow you to make your life happen. Successful people 51 how their life should be and set lots of goals. By setting goals you are 52 your life. It’s like having a 53 to show you where you want to go. Think of it this way. There are 54 drivers. One has a destination in mind (her goal) which can be found on a map. She can drive straight there without any 55 time or wrong turns. The other driver has no goals or destination or map. She starts off at the same time from the same place as the first driver, 56 she drives aimlessly around, never getting anywhere, just 57 gas. Which driver do you want to be? Winners in life set goals and follow through on them. They decide what they want in life and then get there by making 58 and setting goals. 59 people just let life happen by accident. Goals aren’t difficult to set—and they aren’t difficult to reach. It’s up to you to find out what your goals really are. You are the one who must 60 what to achieve and in what direction to aim your life. Research tells us that when we write a goal down we are more 61 to achieve it. Written goals can be 62 regularly, and have more power. Like a contract with yourself, they are harder to neglect or forget. Also 63 you write your goals in a particular way you are able to make yourself continuously 64 situations that will bring you nearer to your goal. 50. A. Because of B. Instead of C. In spite of D. In addition to 51. A. imagine B. discuss C. experience D. show 52. A. going on with B. taking control of C. getting along with D. taking advantage of

53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64.

A. guide A. two A. free A. or A. think of A. plans A. Lucky A. practise A. willing A. improved A. although A. aware of

B. friend B. such B. dull B. for B. using up B. money B. Young B. change B. anxious B. reviewed B. until B. worried about

C. map C. some C. fixed C. but C. turning off C. friends C. Ordinary C. admit C. likely C. set C. when C. familiar with

D. sign D. good D. wasted D. so D. paying for D. maps D. Unsuccessful D. decide D. clever D. reached D. unless D. accustomed to

IV. Reading Comprehension (1’ * 22 = 22’)
Directions: Read the following passages. Each passage is followed by several questions or unfinished statement. For each of them there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one that first best according to the information given in the passage you have just read. (A) Wearing shabby clothes and stretching out a dirty hand towards people, this is the traditional image of beggars. But nowadays that image has changed in many ways. Beggars can even look exactly like a white-collar worker. With the development of the Internet, beggars also benefit from new technology. Without standing on the street all day long, they can just sit at home and click the keyboard -- "beggar websites" make the begging business much easier. Just by googling the words beggar and website, dozens of such Chinese forums are found. "Please donate 1 yuan; it will help me be rich!" -- that's a common slogan from many of these begging websites. The layout of these sites is quite similar. There are some funny or tragic pictures across the top of the screen, then a request for donations is classified into three levels. 1 yuan, 5 yuan and 10 yuan. Just by clicking on these buttons, one can make a kindly donation. People can pay through an online paying system or send money to a bankcard number. These websites also provide lists of those who have donated, but almost all of them have mostly donated 1 yuan per person, and online stores or other small websites can have a place on the site for a small advertisement after the donation. Actually, such begging websites are not original in China. Online begging first appeared in the United States. Some individuals opened such websites to relieve their economic embarrassment. In 2002, a woman in New York owed about $20,000 to the bank, so she set up a begging website and, what a surprise, she received over $13,000 from netizens which solved her problems more or less. In some "professional" begging websites in the United States, the website organizer can even receive many thousands of dollars. However, the income from most of the web sites found in China seems not so good. 65. The passage is mainly about __. A. the difference between traditional and modern beggars B. the begging website C. considerable donations online D. how to make money online 66. What can we conclude from the passage? A. We can make a good living by begging online. B. Western begging websites always make more money than those in China. C. Begging websites can advertise for donators. D. Online begging came into being in China first. 67. By what means can people donate money to the online websites? A. People can pay in cash. B. People can pay through online paying systems. C. People can pay by check. D. All the above means. 68. Which is NOT mentioned in the passage? A. Some begging websites use the donations to help poor people. B. Some begging websites solve their financial problems by receiving donations. C. The improvement of the Internet technology helps beggars make money more easily. D. We can find Chinese begging websites by googling some key words. (B)

CBC is a famous air company which has over twenty planes carrying passengers and goods, flying along 12 fixed lines all over the world. Its service is very good but some passengers are still not satisfied with it and that is why in 2003 and 2004 the company received letters of complaints from consumers or passengers who pointed out over a dozen kinds of problems which are divided in groups in the following table. Those about passengers’ things carried by the plane are Baggage problems. Consumer service refers to service work which passengers are not satisfied with. Over sales of seats are about the fact that more seats are sold and as a result the plane is too crowded to be safe. Refund problems appear when passengers fail to receive the money paid back to them because of what they have lost. Fares are problems about the price of tickets. Consumer Complaints Received by the CBC Category Flight problems Baggage Customer service Over sales of seats Refund problems Fares Reservation & Ticketing Tours Smoking Advertising Credit Special passengers Others Total Number of Complaints 2003 20.2% 18.3% 3.1% 10.5% 10.1% 6.4% 5.8% 3.3% 3.2% 1.2% 1.0% 0.9% 6.0% 2,998 2004 22.1% 21.8% 11.3% 11.8% 8.1% 6.0% 5.6% 2.3% 2.9% 1.01% 0.8% 0.9% 5.3% 1,792

69. About how many complaints about Credit were received by the CBC in 2003? A. 28 B. 29 C.30 D. 31 70. By about what percent did the total number of complaints decrease from 2003 to 2004? A. 40% B. 60% C. 75% D. 100% 71. If the circle graphs below show total consumer for 2003, which graph shows a dark part that is about Flight problems and Refund problems together?

A.

B.

C.

D.

72. Which of the following statements can be inferred from the table? I. In 2003 and in 2004, complaints about Flight problem, Baggage, and Customer service together took about 50 percent of all consumer complaints received by the CBC Company. II. The number of Special passengers complaints was unchanged from 2003 to 2004. III. From 2003 to 2004 Flight problem complaints increased by more than 2 percent. A. only I B. only II C. I and II D. I and III 73. From the passage we can know that . A. customers are not satisfied with CBC B. sometimes CBC sells more tickets than its plane’s most desirable seats C. CBC has more than twenty planes which fly to all the capital cities of the world D. customers can only buy tickets with ready money (C) Danes conquer the world with simple designs Hans Christian Andersen put Denmark on the map of the world literature with his stories The Emperor ’s New Clothes, The Little

Mermaid and The Ugly Duckling. Now Copenhagen, the country’s capital, has become the center of the world political map, with 190 world leaders attending the climate talks there, not to mention thousands of reporters. Just how much do you know about the Scandinavian country? Denmark is famous for its design culture. At the heart of ―Danish Design‖ is the idea that, as poet and designer Piet Hein puts it: ―There is one art, not more, nor less, and that is to do all things with artlessness(朴实). Danish design places equal emphasis on practicality and equality. From Lego toys to furniture, Danish products are known for their clean lines, simplicity and functionality. ―Remove material where it’s not needed. Keep things simple and functional and execute (制作) them carefully,‖ explained Hans J. Wegner, the first Danish designer to achieve worldwide fame: ―The aim is not to create a work of art, but to produce a good chair.‖ ―The Danes have done a better job than most in promoting arts in Europe, packing a punch (用力出击) way above their country’s size and population in the fields of architecture, sculpture and design,‖ writes Helena Smith, reporter with British newspaper the Guardian. The simplicity of Danish design may extend to the quality of life there. Some even claim that the Danes have the highest quality of life of any nation in the world. Kate Vial, a 55-year-old American who has lived and worked in Denmark for more than 30 years, explaining why she chooses to live in Denmark rather than the US, told Germany’s biggest news weekly Der Spiegel: ―I just chose a simpler lifestyle, one where I could ride my bike all over and where I don’t have to make a great living to survive.‖ 74. Why has Copenhagen been the focus of attention of all countries again?

75. What characteristics(特征) do Danish products have?

76. Which sentence in the article is the closest in meaning to the following one? The simple style of Danish design has had an effect on Danish life.

77. Why does Kate Vial, a 55-year-old American, choose to live in Denmark rather than the US?

(D) Is It Real Property? In real life, if someone steals your cell phone or another belonging, you can report it to the police. but what if your virtual property –such as weapons in a cyber game or QQ show –are stolen? Who should bear the responsibility? Several netizens went to the Tencent company on November 30, accusing it of failing to protect their accounts. They had had their QQ Show avatars clothes and other items stolen. One person lost 1,800 virtual items, worth 60,000 yuan, reported Southern Metropolis Daily. But Tencent said netizens needed to turn to their local cyber police department for help. However, Guo Qing, lawyer of Beijing’s Yingke Law Firm, said: ―If the companies involved can’t prove they’ve done enough to protect the virtual property, they should bear responsibility.‖ In recent years, there has been much talk about virtual property. Players get virtual property from Web games. By engaging in various activities, they get in-game items and virtual money, which be bought and sold within the game. Today, virtual property is a billion dollar world industry. Web games like Secondlife, Entropia and World of Warcraft have their own currencies, which can be bought with hard cash. And players can make money by trading in virtual houses or setting up clothing stores. But today the protection of virtual property still remains a new concept in China, with the law having little to say about the problem. Local police often think virtual property has no real value. But it does have value, some experts say, because players spend time, energy, money, labor and intelligence getting in-game goods. For this reason, they argue that Copyright Law should protect virtual property. Other Chinese experts say Internet thieves should be punished according to the Criminal Law. Wang Xiaoquan, a young netizens in Shenyang, was sentenced to three years in prison by the local court for theft of 100,000 yuan worth of virtual property in May. The protection of virtual property in law has become a trend. In Taiwan, virtual property is regarded as ―movable property‖ in crimes of fraud and theft, and considered as part of one’s private property. Stealing other people’s virtual property is considered a crime and carries a sentence of up to three years in prison. 78. When you lose your virtual property, you should .

A. accuse the Tencent company B. report it to the police C. turn to a lawyer for legal advice D. write complaint letters to the newspaper 79. Why does the protection of virtual property still remain a new concept in China? A. Because the Copyright Law doesn’t protect virtual property. B. Because people often think virtual property has no real value. C. Because it has a lot to do with the Criminal Law. D. Because virtual property has become a trend. 80. What does the underlined word ―currencies‖ in the 6th paragraph mean? A. property B. characters C. laws D. money 81. What can we conclude from the passage? A. The protection of virtual property is still a controversial issue. B. People can buy any virtual property with hard cash. C. Taiwan is the first to pass a law to punish the virtual thieves. D. Wang Xiaoquan was sentenced to three years in prison for theft of 100,000 yuan. (E) A. Get into a study frame of mind B. Give yourself rewards C. Skim the textbook first D. Set up a study place E. Review after you’ve read and taken notes AE. Take notes on what you’re studying 82. Those students you see ―studying‖ in the cafeteria or game room aren’t learning much. You just can’t learn when you’re distracted by people and noise. Even the library can be a bad place to study if you constantly find yourself watching the clouds outside or the students walking through the stacks. It takes courage to sit alone in a quiet place to study. But you have to do it. Find a room at home or a spot in the library that’s relatively quiet—and boring. When you sit there, you won’t have much to do except study. 83. When you sit down, do it with the attitude that you’re going to get this studying done. You’re not going to doodle in your notebook or make a list for the supermarket. Decide that you are going to study and learn now, so that you can move on to more interesting things as soon as possible. 84. If you sweat out a block of study time, and do a good job on it, treat yourself. You deserve it. You can ―psych‖ yourself up for studying by promising to reward yourself afterward. A present for yourself can be anything from a favorite TV show to a relaxing bath to a dish of double chocolate ice cream. 85. Lots of students sit down with an assignment like ―Read chapter five, pages 125-150‖ and do just that. They turn to page 125 and start to read. After a while, they find they have no idea what they just read. For the last ten minutes, they’ve been thinking about their five-year-old or what they’re going to eat for dinner. Eventually they browse through all the pages but don’t remember much afterward. In order to prevent this problem, skim the textbook chapter first. This means: look at the title, the subtitles, the headings, the pictures, the first and last paragraphs. Try to find out what the person who wrote the book had in mind when he or she organized the chapter. What was the important enough to set off as a title or in bold type? After skimming, you should be able to explain to yourself what the main points of the chapter are. Unless you’re the kind of person who would step into an empty elevator shaft(电梯井) without looking first, you’ll soon discover the value of skimming. 86. This sounds like troublesome, but it works. Go back over the material after you’ve read it, and write down key words and phrases in the margins. When you review the chapter for a test, you’ve have handy little things like ―definition of rationalization‖ or ―example of assimilation‖ in the margins. If the material is especially tough, organize a separate sheet of notes. Write down definitions, examples, lists, and main ideas. The idea is to have single sheet that boils the entire chapter down to a digestible lump.

第Ⅱ卷
V. Blank Filling (1’ * 4 = 4’) Directions: Fill in the blanks with the proper form of the given verbs.
87. (work) hard, and you will succeed in your study.

88. I can’t stand _________ (make) fun of by my classmates constantly. 89. This is the best way Jack considers (solve) the problem. 90. The results should (announce) yesterday, but we have heard nothing.

VI. Translation (3’ * 6 = 18’)
Directions: Translate the following sentences into English, using the words given in the brackets. 91. .我深信有朝一日我们的梦想会实现的。 (come) 92. 好的艺术家用艺术作品来表达思想和情感。 (put…into…) 93. 这个实验结果发现了一种治疗这种疾病的新方法。 (result v.) 94. 要跟上英语的发展, 最好的方式就是和说英语的人交流。 (keep pace with) 95. 使我最感到惊讶的是这台计算机的价格比电视机还便宜。 (名词性从句) 96. 这位母亲如此担心她儿子的安全以至于看上去快要发疯了。 (so… as to, concerned)

期末考试英语答案 1-5. B D B B B 6-10. D C D C D 11-13. C C A 14-16. A C D 17. Chinese 18. English 19. Two afternoons 20. Half 21. Studied 22. Hong Kong 23. social worker 24. satisfaction 25-29. C D C C C 30-34. D C C B D 35-40. C A D C C B 41-49. AC AE AD C D A E B AB 50-54. B A B C A 55-59. D C B A D 60-64. D C B C A 65-68. B C D A 69-73. C A D A B 74. It hosted the climate talks. 75. They are famous for their clean lines, simplicity and functionality/simplicity, practicality and quality. 76. The simplicity of Danish design may extend to the quality of life here. 77. Because she prefers the simpler lifestyle in Denmark. 78-81. B B D A 82-86. D A B C AE 87. Work 88. being made 89. to solve 90. have been announced 91. I do/firmly believe that some day our dream will come true. 92. Good artists put their feelings and thought into their art works. 93. The experiment resulted in the discovery of a new cure for the disease. 94. To keep pace with the development of English, the best way is to communicate with native English speakers. 95. What surprised me most was that the price of the computer is lower than that of a TV set. 96. The mother was so concerned for/about/over her son’s safety/the safety of her son as

to

look/appear/seem/seem to be/ nearly mad.


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