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宣城三中11-12学年高二上学期第一次月考(英语)  

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宣城三中11-12学年高二上学期第一次月考(英语)

 

I卷

 

注意: 请将所有选择题答案涂写在答题卡上。

 

第一部分: 听力(共20小题;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 does the conversation most probably take place?

 A. In a park.         B. In a zoo.   C. In a pet store.

2. What does the woman mean?

 A. Things here are very cheap.   

 B. Things here are not cheap.  

 C. She doesn’t know whether things here are cheap or not.

3. Where are the two speakers going to plant the tree?

 A. By the front door.           

B. At the back of the garage.

 C. At the end of the garden.

4. Where does the conversation take place?

 A. In a shop.         B. In a hotel.     C. In a restaurant.

5. What do we learn from the conversation?

 A. The man went to New Zealand during Christmas.

 B. The man visited New Zealand during the summer holiday.

 C. The man’s parents live in New Zealand.

 

第二节(共15小题)

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 woman speaking to?

 A. Her husband.      B. A policeman.     C. A fire-fighter.

7. What’s the woman asking for?

 A. Advice on safety.          B. Money.      C. Help.

8. What has happened to the woman’s house?

 A. It’s been burnt down. B. It’s been broken into. C. It’s been damaged.

请听第7段材料,回答第9至11题。

9. What does the woman want to know?

 A. The best way to go to New York.

 B. The quickest way to go to New York.

 C. The cheapest way to go to New York.

10. How much does it cost the woman to go to New York by bus?

A. $5.           B. $15.            C. $50.

11. What do we know from the conversation?

A. The woman will go to New York by bus.

B. It will take the woman five hours to go to New York by bus.

C. The woman won’t go to New York by bus.

 

请听第8段材料,回答第12至14题。

12. When will the ballet performances be on?

A. This week.            B. Next week.           C. Next month.

13. When will the man attend the performance?

A. On Sunday evening.  B. On Thursday evening.C. On Friday evening.

14. How much does the man pay for the tickets?

A. $20.             B. $10.                 C. $40. 

 

请听第9段材料,回答第15至17题。

15. What’s the probable relationship between the two speakers?

A. Good friends.         B. Strangers.       C. Classmates.

16. What can we know about the woman from the conversation?

A. She won a cup in last week’s tennis competition.

B. She is a science expert.  

C. She works at St Jude’s Training College.

17. How long has the man been in the science department?

A. Half a year.         B. More than a year.        C. Two years.

 

请听第10段材料,回答第18至20题。

18. How often do people in the Historical Society meet?

A. Every week.   B. Every other week.        C. Every three weeks.

19. What is the main purpose of the Historical Society?

A. To find out what they can learn from history.  

B. To study the people in history.

C. To learn about what happened in the past.

20. What do the Historical Society plan to do this year?

A. Study the history of the town.      

B. Visit historic houses in the college. 

C. Visit more historic places.

 

 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,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

21. Your performance in the driving test didn’t reach the required standard. ____, you failed.

A. In the end   B. After all   C. In other words  D. At the same time

22. This box is _____ that one.

A. twice more heavier than         B. twice heavier than

C. twice as heavier as             D. as twice heavy as

23. Mr. Smith has been here for only a few days, so he hasn’t left a deep impression _____ us.

A. on    B. with    C. about   D. for

24. The English spoken in the United States is only slightly different from ____ spoken in England.

A. which   B. what   C. that   D. the one

25. He remained _______ long after he had been told the story.

A. amazing   B. amazed   C. being amazed   D. being amazing

26. The Science Museum, _____ we visited during a recent trip to Britain, is one of London’s tourists attractions.

A. which    B. what    C. that    D. where

27. You should read the ______ before taking the medicine.

A. lines    B. words   C. instructions   D. suggestions

28. My advisor encouraged ______ a summer course to improve my writing skills.

A. for me taking    B. me taking   C. for me to take    D. me to take

29. I don’t think they need to waste much time on this, ______?

A. don’t I    B. do I    C. do they    D. don’t they

30. We can’t use the machine now, for it _______.

A. has been repaired   B. is repairing   C. is repaired   D. is being repaired

31. He speaks English well indeed, but of course not ____ a native speaker.

A. as fluent as  B. more fluent than  C. so fluently as  D. much fluently than

32. —When did you go to the United States?

-- I remember _______ there when I was ten.

A. having taken   B. to be taken   C. being taken   D. to take

33. Hong Kong has a lot of advantages, including free flow of ____ information, a fair competitive environment and _____ efficient local government.

A. the, an    B. \ , the     C. \ , an     D. the, the

34. Information has been put forward that more middle school graduates will be ______ into universities.

A. admitted   B. accepted   C. permitted   D. allowed

35. Some people like wearing fashionable clothes; ______, some birds like bright feathers.

A. possibly    B. likely   C. luckily   D. similarly

 

第二节 完形填空 (共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)

 

There once was a king in a faraway country. One day, he decided to  36 a prize to the artist who would paint the best picture of   37. So many artists   38   . The king looked at all the pictures.  39   there were only two he really liked, and he had to  40   between them. One picture was of a  41 lake. The lake was a perfect mirror with peaceful huge mountains all around it. Above was a  42   sky with light white clouds. All who  43   this picture thought that it was a perfect picture of peace.

The other picture had  44 , too. But these were not flat at all. Above was an  45   sky, from which rain fell heavily and in which lightning played __46___. Down the side of the mountain was a waterfall with loud sound. This did not look __47___ at all.

But when the king looked  48, he saw behind the waterfall a tiny bush  49   in a crack in the rock. In the bush a mother bird had  50   her nest. There, with the current of angry water, the mother bird was ___51___ her hungry children in the nest, taking no attention to its __52___ surroundings — in perfect peace.

Which picture do you think   53   the prize? The king chose the second picture. Do you know why?

 “Because,” said the king. “Peace does not mean to be in a place where there is no   54, trouble or hard work. Peace means although you are surrounded by noisy things you   55    keep calm in the heart. That is the real meaning of peace.”

36.  A. take         B. offer        C. send         D. leave

37.  A. peace        B. silence      C. beauty       D. honesty

38.  A. managed      B. tried        C. succeeded    D. went

39.  A. And          B. Or           C. Yet          D. But

40.  A. like         B. choose       C. give         D. need

41.  A. calm         B. noisy        C. beautiful    D. dirty

42.  A. black        B. blue         C. gray         D. dark

43.  A. saw          B. liked        C. painted      D. had

44.  A. sky          B. mountains    C. peace        D. clouds

45.  A. gentle       B. angry        C. calm         D. sunny

46.  A. wildly       B. gently       C. slowly       D. happily

47.  A. peaceful     B. noisy        C. happy        D. beautiful

48.  A. closely      B. strictly     C. quickly      D. seriously

49.  A. planting     B. growing      C. rising       D. coming

50.  A. created      B. built        C. left         D. lain

51.  A. beating      B. touching     C. feeding      D. speaking

52.  A. silent       B. beautiful    C. noisy        D. faraway

53.  A. want         B. lost         C. won          D. received

54.  A. silence      B. noise        C. shock        D. joy

55.  A. still        B. again        C. even         D. just

 

第三部分 阅读理解(共20题,每小题2分,满分40分)

A

The American book Who Moved My Cheese has been a bestseller all over the world. It teaches people how to face changes in their lives. Now its author Spence Johnson has written a book just for teens. The book tells us that when facing change in our lives, like a new school or new friends, don’t be afraid. Instead, use this change to make a better life. The book gives an example of a change at school. A school is changing from having two terms to three terms because there are too many students.

Several teens are talking about this. Most of them are unhappy and worried. But Chris is not. He laughs and tells a story about two mice, two “little people” and some cheese.

The four are in a maze looking for the cheese. Here, cheese means something important in life, like moving to a new class or getting into college. But they find the cheese is gone. The mice realize that they can’t change what has happened and have to find more cheese. This means finding different dreams. The little people, however, can’t do this. They are afraid of change so they find no cheese.

After Chris finishes the story, the friends understand one thing: to get more cheese, move in a new direction quickly. His friends understand how this can be used in the changes all teens face, such as doing well at school or having good relationships or just feeling good about yourself.

56.    The book Who Moved My Cheese is _________.

A. written all over the world     B. read across the world

C. sold only in America         D. loved only by teens

57. What does the text mainly discuss?

A. Never change in our life      B. Change when you like to do

C. Change with the changes     D. Pay attention to the changes.

58. The underlined word “four”(paragraph 3)refers to ______.

A. Mice and little people        B. students

C. Cheese                    D. Readers

59. In our lives, we should learn from _________.

A. mice    B. little people   C. Chris   D. Spence Johnson

60. Which of the following statements is true?

A. The author is Britain

B. There are three terms in every school.

C. Most teens don’t understand Chris’ story

D. The book tells teens how to face changes in their lives

 

B

Many of Chinese students who have learnt English for more than ten years are still unable to speak English fluently when they meet a foreigner. They seem to have mastered the basic language structure, but a conversation in English will make them feel uneasy. They are afraid that other people might find out their mistakes.

It is not uncommon that many students, who are bad speakers of English, can write English perfectly. This proves that they are not unable to organize their idea in English. The center of the problem is that they don’t have enough practices and confidence.

Why should you be afraid? Do you fear those foreigners to whom you are speaking? Don’t be shy. They will not laugh at you just for a little mistake you make. The best to get rid of this trouble is to learn to speak by speaking more. I am sure that constant practice will help you to succeed.

61.    What’s the best topic for the passage?

A. How to speak to foreigners                 B. How to study English well

C. How to organize the idea in English          D. Practice speaking English all the time

62. Many Chinese students can write English very well, but they can not speak English fluently because__________.

A. they seldom meet foreigners

B. they seldom practice speaking English

C. they have no chance to speak English

D. they think it’s enough to master the basic language structure only

63. So many Chinese students dare not speak to foreigners because_________.

A. they are afraid they can’t understand the foreigners

B. they are afraid their English is too poor

C. they worry about making mistakes in their speaking

D. they don’t like speaking to foreigners

64. According to the passage, which of the following is NOT true?

A. Only by speaking more English can we speak English fluently.

B. If you can write English perfectly, you are able to organize your idea in English.

C. If you can write good English composition you can speak English very well.

D. Many Chinese students can’t speak English fluently because they don’t have enough practice.

65. In the last paragraph, the expression “get rid of” means _________.

A. do with   B. be free of  C. get away   D. throw away

 

C

Trip 1 Black Bear Count

There have been fires in this area in the last few years and the Office of the National Park is not sure how many black bears air still living. Some bears have been seen since the fires, and the Office has asked for young people to help count them. The entire trip will last three hours. Bookings necessary.

Cost: Free                     When: May 8

 

Trip 2 Garland Valley

Bring your drink and lunch for this walk in a beautiful area of the Blue Mountains. Garland Valley is close to the town of Garland hut is part of the National Park. Many wild animals live in this area, including many rare birds. This is a great walk for bird-lovers. The trip lasts four hours. Bookings necessary.

Cost: $ 15                     When: May 8, May 15

 

Trip 3 Flashlight Adventure

Put on your warm clothes, bring a flashlight and a pair of glasses, and come for a night walk along the Dungog Valley. A guide will lead the tour. Many of the animals you will see on this trip . The guide will tell you about the lives of the animals you see. Numbers are strictly limited on night trips, so be sure to book early. This walk lasts two and a half hours.

Cost: $ 12                     When: May 8, May 15, May22

Equipment to be needed:

?   Please bring enough water and food for all walks.

?   Wear good walking shoes—no high heels.

?   Wear a hat for day walks.

?   Dress warmly for night walks.

?   Children must be with an adult.

?   Make sure your flashlight works well and bring extra batteries for night walks.

?   Follow all instructions from guides during the walks. The mountains are a dangerous place.

Bookings:

?   Bookings for the above trips can be trade by telephone(893 — 4847)or on the Internet at www. Bluemountaintour. com

66. Where are these trips?

A. In a large city.                B. In a park in the mountains.

C. In a special kind of zoo.        D. In three different countries.

67. On which trip might you see animals that sleep during the day?

A.                            Black Bear Count. B. Garland Valley.

C. Flashlight Adventure.                  D. None of the trips.

68. Which of the following is NOT necessary for the three trips?

A. Good walking shoes.            B. A pair of glasses.

C. Food and water.         D. A sleeping-bag

69. Which following statement about Flashlight Adventure is NOT true according to the passage?

A. Bring your drink and lunch for this walk

B. Many of the animals you will see on this trip .

C. The guide will tell you about the lives of the animals you see.

D. There is no need to book early.

70.What is the best title for the passage?

A. Adventure Travel in America

B. Hunting around the Great Mountains

C. Interesting Trips in the East of the USA

D. Discovery Trips in the Blue Mountains

 

D

Youth volunteers from Beijing University visited Song tang Hospital, a care clinic for the aged and dying patients, during the second Global Youth Service Day on April 21.

Thirty student volunteers from the university’s School of International Studies sat at the beds of the patients in their specially - decorated“ care huts”. They talked with them and gave massages(按摩)to patients kept in their beds.

I felt sorry that I could not offer more to these people than talking with them and trying to cheer them up. said Deng Yetao, 20, a third - year student. “But it occurred to me that they need more care and love than babies. They are afraid of the coming death. Their loneliness is worse than physical pains.”

 “Even though they are suffering a lot, the majority of the elderly people want to talk to us. Each of them has a lot of life experiences and philosophies to share. Instead of doing them a favor, I felt I was gaining a valuable lesson. Said Mao Xiaohua, another third - year student.

Mao talked with two elderly patients for a whole afternoon. The fact that most of the patients in the 80 - room clinic are aged people with diseases which will lead to death soon made the volunteers’ hearts heavy.

Ninety - one percent of the patients will spend the last days of their lives in the clinic, according to a survey by the hospital.

Daily visits and services by social workers and youth volunteers are a very important part of their programmer. A total of 330, 000 Beijing students from 119 universities and colleges have visited the hospital. Many continue to offer services in their spare time. Some of them volunteer to hold the hands of dying patients during the last minutes of their lives.

Yin Hang, a student from Beijing Medical College, said he felt“ the glory of life” as he saw the fading smile on the face of the old man who passed into a deep unconsciousness(昏迷)while he was holding his hands.

71.Youth volunteers from Beijing University went to Songtang Hospital to________.

A. pay a visit to the aged              B. talk to the aged

C. show their love for the aged         D. help the aged out

72.What the aged are most worried about is________.

A. loneliness   B. death  C. physical pains  D. wealth

73.The underlined sentence probably means________.

A. I taught myself a lesson by talking to them

B. I learned something important instead of only helping them

C. I only wanted to get something rather than do them a favor

D. I was glad to have given them a favor

74.When volunteers know most of the aged people are dying patients, they feel________ .

A. sad    B. disappointed       C. satisfied     D. worthless

75.After reading the passage, we know________.

A. the youth are fond of doing popular things

B. they Second Youth Service Day is started by the Chinese government

C. 91% of the aged in China are facing death

D. the volunteers are taking an active part in the activity

 

II 卷

 

第四部分 写作(共两节,满分35分)

 

第一节 任务型读写(共10题,每小题1分,满分10分)

请认真阅读下列短文,并根据所读内容在文章后表格中的空格里填入最恰当的单词。

 

Every year there are hundreds of earthquakes in different parts of the world. In Sept.1923, Tokyo and Yokohama were both destroyed by an earthquake and the fires that followed it. They had to be completely rebuilt. One of the most serious earthquakes was in China’s Shanxi Province in 1556. It killed almost one million people.

We measure an earthquake’s strength on the Richter scale. The Richter scale was introduced in 1935 in Southern California in the USA. It measures earthquakes on a scale of one to ten. Any earthquake measuring five or more is usually serious.

The earth’s crust (地壳) is made up of layers of rock called plates. As these plates move, they sometimes crash against each other, causing the crust to quake. In cities such as Tokyo, where small quakes happen quite often, many modern buildings are designed to be flexible so when the earth moves, they move with it.

Earthquakes can also break up gas or oil pipes. This can cause fires to break out, which can do as much damage as the earthquake itself.

Another effect of earthquakes is tsunamis (海啸). These are huge waves created by earthquakes beneath the sea. They can be many metres high and cause great damage to coastal towns and cities.

China, Japan, Russia and the USA have the highest occurrence (发生) of earthquakes in the world.

Knowing about 76.__________

Two serious earthquakes in 77.__________

An earthquake and 78.__________ fires destroyed both Tokyo and Yokohama in Sept. 1923.

In 1556, a very serious earthquake 79._________ in China’s Shanxi Province.

The way to 80._________ an earthquake’s strength

People can measure an earthquake’s strength on the Richter scale of one to ten, 81._________ in 1935 in the USA. If an earthquake measures five or more, it’s usually serious.

The 82._______ of earthquakes

As the plates, which form the earth’s 83._______, move, they sometimes crash against each other, causing the crust to quake.

Some 84._____ of earthquakes

If earthquakes break up gas or oil pipes, 85._______ will happen, which can do as much   damage as the earthquake itself.

Tsunami is another effect of earthquakes.

 

 

第二节 书面表达(满分25分)

 

假定你是李华,看到班上有部分同学在完成作业时,不自己独立完成而是抄袭他人的作业,针对这种现象,请你以My Opinion on Copying Others’ Homework为题谈谈你自己的看法。

 

主 要

原 因

作业量大,偏难;

对功课不感兴趣,懒惰;

完成任务,取悦老师。

个 人

看 法

抄袭不对,违反校规;

要诚实,勤奋学习;

有困难可请教同学和老师。


注意:1. 短文必须包括所有内容要点,可适当发挥;2. 短文标题与开头已为你写好,不计入总词数:3.词数:100-----120。

My Opinion on Copying Others’ Homework

It is known to us all that some students copy others’ homework.

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参考答案

(Text 1)

M: Look at those beautiful birds over there. I think you can teach them to talk.

W: But look at the price! I’d rather have a cat.

(Text 2)

M: I suppose the reason why so many tourists come here is that everything is so cheap.

W: Cheap? Nothing is really cheap here.

(Text 3)

W: Where are you going to plant the tree? By the front door?

M: No, that would be silly. It’ll grow too big. I’m going to put it at the back of the garage.

W: I thought it would be better right at the end of the garden.

M: OK.

(Text 4)

M: Can I take your coat, Madam?

W: Thank you.

M: And would you like something to drink before you order your meal?

(Text 5)

W: Where were you on Christmas, David? I called you several times and nobody was home.

M: My parents and I travelled to New Zealand to visit my uncle. It was quite an experience to spend Christmas in summer.

(Text 6)

M: Hello! Police Station.

W: Hello! This is Mrs Black.

M: Can I help you, Madam?

W: Yes. I’ve just come home from work and I find someone has broken into my house and stolen all my money and jewellery. Could you please come over immediately?

M: Sure. Where do you live?

W: My house is No. 14 on the 5th Avenue.

M: OK. Don’t worry, Madam. We’ll be there in about 10 minutes.

(Text 7)

M: Good morning, Madam. Can I help you?

W: Ah, yes. I want to go to New York and I’m not so sure of the best way to get there.

M: Well, you could get there by the long distance bus. It’s only $15.

W: Mm, that’s not bad. How long does it take me to get there?

M: It takes you about ten hours.

W: Ten hours?

M: Well, yes. But you can go at night, so you might get some sleep anyway.

W: Oh, no. I never sleep sitting up.

(Text 8)

W: May I help you?

M: Yes, I would like some tickets for next week’s ballet performances.

W: Which performance do you wish to attend? There will be three: Thursday, Friday and Sunday evenings.

M: Are there still seats for all the performances?

W: Not many, and very few together. How many tickets do you want?

M: Just two, preferably together. The date is less important.

W: I have two together in the last row for Sunday evening.

M: That would be fine. How much are they?

W: Ten dollars each. That will be 20 dollars for the two tickets.

M: Yes, here you are. Thank you.

W: You’re welcome.

(Text 9)

M: Do you mind if I join you?

W: Please do.

M: I’m Alan Hook. I work at St Jude’s Training College.

W: How do you do? My name is Barbara Samuel. And what do you do at the college?

M: I’m in charge of the science department.

W: Have you been there long?

M: Just over a year. By the way, haven’t I seen your picture in the paper recently?

W: Ah, that must have been the national tennis competition last week.

M: That’s right — you won a cup.

W: Well, I guess I was lucky. How about you? Do you play?

M: I used to, but I’m out of practice these days. I must see about joining a club sometime.

(Text 10)

  Well, my society is called the Historical Society. We meet every other Thursday. I think I should point out that we are not just interested in sitting around and talking about the past. A lot of our activities are towards what can perhaps be called “living history” — by which I mean how history can help us now. And because of this, we have been very interested in finding out about the history of this town itself — and some of the famous people who used to live here. We’ve also visited several historic houses in the area. This year we’re planning on going out much more to visit various historic sites away from the college. If you’d like to join, please come and see me.

 

参考答案

听力

1-5 CBCCA           6-10 BCBAB

11-15 CBAAB         16-20 ABBAC

单选:21-25CBACB    26-30ACDCD    31-35CCCAD

完形:36-40 BABDB  41-45 ABABB 46-50 AAABB 51-55 CCCBA

阅读:56-60 BCAAD  61-65 DBCCB  66-70BCDDD  71-75CABAD

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76. earthquakes  77. history    78. its   

79. happened    80. measure

81. introduced   82. cause    

83. crust   84. effects      85. fires

作文

It is known to us all that some students copy others’ homework. As students, we have to do plenty of homework both at home and at school, but sometimes we have some homework which is too difficult for us. On the other hand, some students are lazy, and are not interested in their lessons. They don’t work hard. In order to finish the assignments and please their teachers, some students copy others’ homework.

    To my understanding, it is wrong to copy others’ homework because it breaks the school rules. We students should be honest and try to finish our homework by ourselves instead of by copying. Even though we have trouble doing our homework, we can ask our classmates or teachers for help.

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