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四川绵阳南山中学高二英语11-12下学期3月月考题

第一部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分35分)      

第一节 语法和词汇知识(共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分)

ABCD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。

1. I can’t remember the exact date when ___ Smiths came to see him, but it was ____Sunday.

A. a, the                      B. the, a                      C. a, a                        D. the, the

2. Please come back soon if you ____ leave now.

A. can                      B. may                      C. must                     D. would

3. I’m sorry I could not go to your birthday party yesterday.

_______. I know you are very busy recently.

A. Go ahead.            B. No kidding.                 C. Forget it.               D. Not really.

4. Last Saturday, we were walking along the street _____ a car suddenly knocked an old man over.

A. when                   B. while                    C. as                         D. since

5. His partner left the company, ____ it more difficult for him to run it.

 A. makes                B. make                    C. to make                D. making

6. Along the river _________where they will spend weekends.

A. stands a big hotel                                    B. a big hotel stands  

C. stand a big hotel                                     D. a big hotel stand

7. I can’t go with you now. I _____ a lesson at nine o’clock this morning.

A. will be giving       B. would give           C. give                      D. will give

8. I wonder _______ can be done to get rid of my smoking.

A. how                     B. which                   C. what                     D. when

9. It was not until mid-night        they reached the camp site.

A. that                 B. when                C. while                   D. as

10.Why, Jack, you look so tired!   

Well, I _____the house and I must finish the work tomorrow.

A. was painting                                           B. will be painting  

C. have painted                                          D. have been painting

11. _____our manager objects to Tom’s joining the club, we shall accept him as a member            

A. Until                  B. Unless                C. If                       D. After

12. A great number of students      said they were forced to practise the piano.

A. to question           B. to be questioned  C. questioned                  D. Questioning

13. I was blessed with a happy childhood, ____ that most people would want to have.

A. it                                   B. one                       C. /                           D. the one

14. In the USA, conversation is less lively than in many other cultures, ____ everyone talks at the same time.

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

15. I used to quarrel a lot with my parentsbut now we           well.

A. look out                B. stay up               C. carry on                  D. get along

第二节 完形填空(共20小题;每小题1分,满分20分)

阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(ABCD)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。

There was a boy who was sent by his parents to a boarding school (寄宿学校).  16  being sent away, this boy was the  17  student in his class. He was at the top in every  18  always with high marks.

But the boy changed after  19  home and attending the boarding school. His grades started   20  . He hated being in a   21   . He was lonely all the time. And there were especially dark times when he   22   committing suicide (自杀). All of this was because he felt  23  and no one loved him.

His parents started  24  about the boy. But they even did not know what was  25  with him. So his dad decided to travel to the boarding school and  26  him.

They sat on the bank of the lake near the school. The father started asking him some casual questions学科网(www.zxxk.com)--教育资源门户,提供试卷、教案、课件、论文、素材及各类教学资源下载,还有大量而丰富的教学相关资讯! about his classes, teachers and  27  . After some time his dad said, “Do you know, son, why I am here today?”

The boy answered back, “To  28  my grades?”

“No, no,” his dad replied. “I am here to tell you that you are the most  29  person for me. I want to see you  30  . I don’t care about grades. I care about you. I care about your happiness. YOU ARE MY LIFE.”

These words  31  the boy’s eyes to be filled with tears. He  32  his dad. They didn’t say anything to each other for a long time.

 Now the boy had  33  he wanted. He knew there was someone on this earth who cared for him deeply. He  34  the world to someone. And today this young man is in college at the top of his class and no one has ever seen him  35  !                              

16. A. After            B. Before            C. When             D. While

17. A. hardest          B. naughtiest          C. brightest             D. dullest

18. A. exam           B. activity             C. game              D. class

19. A. coming         B. returning           C. leaving             D. reaching

20. A. rising                   B. increasing          C. reducing            D. dropping

21. A. group           B. term               C. company          D. party

22. A. led to                   B. felt like             C. thought back        D. looked for

23. A. worthless               B. careless            C. concerned          D. annoyed

24. A. caring           B. turning             C. worrying           D. speaking

25. A. crazy           B. true                C. possible             D. wrong

26. A. talk with                B. listen to             C. tell to                D. care about                  

27. A. family          B. friends             C. study               D. grades

28. A. realize                  B. analyze            C. check              D. test

29. A. Outstanding    B. important           C. famous            D. familiar

30. A. happy         B. excellent            C. interested                   D. satisfied

31. A. caused         B. wanted             C. encouraged         D. forced

32. A. answered       B. ignored             C. hated               D. hugged

33. A. nothing         B. something          C. everything          D. anything

34. A. showed        B. meant              C. intended            D. expressed

35. A. sad            B. angry              C. pleasant             D. joyful

第二部分 阅读理解(共两节,满分45分)

第一节 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(ABCD)中,选出

最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。(共20小题;每小题2分,共40分)

A

In most languages, a greeting is usually followed by “small talk”. Small talk means the little things we talk about at the start of a conversation.

In English-speaking countries people often make small talk about the weather: “Nice day, isn’t it?” “Terrible weather, isn’t it?” But there is something special about small talk. It must be about something which both people have the same opinion about. The purpose of small talk is to let both people agree on something. This makes meeting people easier and more comfortable. People usually agree about the weather, so it is a safe topic for small talk. But people often disagree about religion or politics so these are not suitable topics for small talk in English. The topics for small talk also depend on where the conversation is taking place. At football matches, people make small talk about the game they are watching: “Great game, isn’t it?” At bus stops, people may comment about the transport system: “The bus service is terrible, isn’t it?”

Greetings and small talk are an important part of conversation in any language. The way people greet each other and the things they talk about, however, may be different from one language to another. This shows that there is much more to learn when we learn a language than just the vocabulary and the grammar of the language. We also have to learn the social behavior of the people who speak it.
    36. Small talk ___.
    A. is a kind of conversation with short words
    B. is a greeting when people meet each other
    C. is to let people disagree about something
    D. is something we talk about to start a conversation
    37. The best topic of small talk is about ___.
    A. the weather            B. politics              C. Games                 D. languages
    38. The passage suggests that when we learn a language ___.
    A. we should learn about the transport system of the country
    B. we should only master the grammar and vocabulary
    C. we should know the culture about the country
    D. we should grasp the importance of the language
    39. When we say “Great game, isn’t it?” we in fact___.
    A. ask a question                                      B. have a conversation 
    C. greet each other                                     D. begin a small talk
    40. What we learn from the passage is that ___.
    A. different language has different grammar
    B. small talk is an important part in a language
    C. small talk depends on the purpose of the conversation
    D. in English-speaking countries we should talk about the weather.

B

GONE WITH THE WIND

Author: Margaret Mitchell ¥25 (in bookstores) ¥18 (online)

Gone With the Wind is a best-seller, which tells a story that happened in the American Civil War. Scarlett Ohara is a woman in the story who is full of energy. She is strong and saves her family but is very selfish at the same time.

A LITTLE PRINCESS

Author: Frances Hodgson Burnett

¥18.3 (online)

Motherless Sara Crewe was sent home from India to school at Miss Minchin’s. Her father was very rich and she lived a rich and comfortable life. Then her father died and Sara lost everything. She had to learn to do with her changed life. Her strong character made her able to fight successfully against her poverty (贫穷) and the scorn (嘲笑) of her fellows. It's an excellent book with 4 tapes for children

PETER PAN 

Author: J.M Barrie 

¥15 (in bookstores) ¥12 (online)   

It is a children’s story full of imagination and adventures, which is about Wendy, John, and Michael Darling's adventures in Never-Never Land with Peter Pan, the boy who would not grow up. The children are happy and lovely. (with 2 tapes)

UNCLE TOM’S CABIN 

Author: Harriet Beecher Stowe

 ¥20 (in bookstores)   

The most famous novel in American history, Uncle Tom’s Cabin talked about the struggle between free states and slave states during the American Civil War and is as powerful today as when it first came out 150 years ago.

THE SECRET GARDEN

Author: Frances Hodgson Burnett

¥35 (in bookstores) ¥30 (online)  

Mary Lennox, a sickly orphan (孤儿), finds herself in her uncle’s dark house. Why are so many rooms locked? Why is one of the gardens locked? And what is that crying she hears at night? Through the power of hope, friendship, and the magic of nature, the brave girl brings the house and a long-lost garden back to life.

41.All of the following books have children as their main characters except _______.  

A. PETER PAN                               B. GONE WITH THE WIND
C. A LITTLE PRINCESS                      D. THE SECRET GARDEN

42. We can know from the passage that _________.
  A. there are only three books with tapes
  B. we can buy 5 kinds of the above books in bookstores
  C. two of the books are written by Frances Hodgson Burnett
  D. THE SECRET GARDEN is ¥5 cheaper in bookstores than online
    43. Mary brings the house and a long-lost garden back to life with the help of ______
  a. The power of hope      b. friendship    c. her uncle                   d. Nature’s magic  

A. a, b, c                                   B. a, c, d         C. b, c, d                D. a, b, d

44. Which of the following about the books is mentioned in this text?

A What Sara did to help her fellows

B Why Peter Pan wouldn’t grow up.

C What kind of woman Scarlett is.

D How Marry Lennox came into her uncle's house.

45. This text is most probably taken from a __________.

A. newspaper            B. science magazine         C. storybook             D. book guide

C

Biodiversity (生物多样性), or biological diversity, is a wide-ranging concept that covers all the different kinds of plant and animal species present on earth. Environmentalists believe that many millions of species exist. As all these living organisms are dependent on each other in some way, biodiversity is desirable. Any loss to the planet is actually a loss for mankind as well, and it is our responsibility to try and save Earth’s biodiversity.

Biodiversity has a vital role to play in the evolution(演变)of species. Species become extinct, but new species evolve, and this is how a balance is maintained. This may sound pretty simple, but it takes millions of years for changes to take place.

Biodiversity is also very important to the stability of food webs. Damage to them can mean disaster for an entire ecosystem. The extinction of a single animal species can put huge pressure on the numerous other species dependent on it.

Biodiversity also has an important role to play in human society. Apart from being the most intelligent species on earth, human beings are also the most dependent. We depend on nature to meet our basic needs. When we change the balance of nature to create our cities and bring about our technical advances, we knowing or unknowing cause great damage to the ecosystem. This must be understood, and the damages must be reversed(颠倒)in any way they can to ensure that the balance of the ecosystem is maintained.

46. We learn from the first paragraph that_________.

A biodiversity can be seen

B all living species are found on earth.

C people everywhere are aware of the importance of biodiversity

D the loss of any species can affect humans

47. Why can change in food webs lead to disaster?

A Because it can make people suffer from disease

B Because it can put huge pressure on some species

C Because it takes a long time for such changes to take place

D Because it will damage ninety-nine percent of species

48. What does the underlined word probably mean?

A. Immovability               B. Peace                    C. Strength                       D. Variety

49. We learn from the last paragraph that __________.

A. humans are as independent as they are intelligent

B. the balance of the ecosystem is easily maintained

C nature has given us a lot

D nature is taking revenge on us

50. Which of the following may be the best title for this passage?

A. Food Webs are Closely Related to Biodiversity.

B. Biodiversity Plays a Very Important Role in Evolution

C. How Biodiversity Affects Human Society.

D. Understanding Biodiversity and Its Importance.

D

Short and shy, Ben Saunders was the last kid in his class picked for any sports team. “Football, tennis Cricketanything with a round ball, I was useless.” He says now with a laugh. But back then he was the object of jokes in school gym classes in England’s rural Devonshire.
It was a mountain bike he received for his 15th birthday that changed him. At first the teen went biking alone in a nearby forest. Then he began to cycle along with a runner friend. Gradually, Saunders set his mind building up his body, increasing his speed, strength and endurance. At age 18, he ran his first marathon.
The following year, he met John Ridgway, who became famous in the 1960s for rowing an open boat across the Atlantic Ocean. Saunders was hired as an instructor at Ridgway’s school of Adventure in Scotland, where he learned about the older man's cold-water exploits (
成就). Intrigued, Saunders read all he could about Arctic explorers and North Pole expeditions, then decided that this would be his future. Journeys to the Pole aren't the usual holidays for British country boys, and many people dismissed his dream as fantasy. “John Ridgway was one of the few who didn’t say, ‘You are completely crazy,’” Saunders says.
In 2001, after becoming a skilled skier, Saunders started his first long-distance expedition toward the North Pole. He suffered frostbite, had a closer encounter (
遭遇) with a polar bear and pushed his body to the limit.
Saunders has since become the youngest person to ski alone to the North Pole, and he's skied more of the Arctic by himself than any other Briton. His old playmates would not believe the transformation.

This October, Saunders, 27, heads south to explore from the coast of Antarctica to the South Pole and back, an 1800-mile journey that has never been completed on skis.
    51. The turning point in Saunders’ life came when ________.
    A. he started to play ball games
    B. he got a mountain bike at age 15
    C. he ran his first marathon at age 18
    D. he started to receive Ridgway's training
    52. We can learn from the text that Ridgway ________.
    A. dismissed Saunders’ dream as fantasy
    B. built up his body together with Saunders
    C. hired Saunders for his cold-water experience
    D. won his fame for his voyage across the Atlantic
    53.What do we know about Saunders?
    A. He once worked at a school in Scotland.
    B. He followed Ridgway to explore the North Pole.
    C. He was chosen for the school sports team as a kid.
    D. He was the first Briton to ski alone to the North Pole.
    54. The underlined word “Intrigued” in the third paragraph probably means ________.           

A. Excited                  B. Convinced             C. Delighted               D. Fascinated
55.It can be inferred that Saunders’ journey to the North Pole ________.
A. was accompanied by his old playmates
B. set a record in the North Pole expedition
C. was supported by other Arctic explorers
D. made him well-known in the 1960s

第二节 根据对话内容,从对话后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项,并将答案标号填写在本题下面相应题号后的横线上。选项中有两项多余选项。(共5小题;每小题1分,满分5分)

Now, tell me about the man who stole your neighbor’s car. What did he look like ?  

Well, sir. He was tall…

     56    

Oh yes, and he was younger than you only about thirty, I’d say.

Well! And what color was his hair?

It was brown, and short…It was similar to yours, actually.

      57    

No, He was clean-shaven.

OK. Now have a look at these photos can you see him?

     58    

But that’s Frankie Famham he’s got a beard, and he’s very short!

Hm, well…

    59    

Yes, the strangest thing was that he appeared to be a gentleman he was wearing a suit…Not like a thief at all.

Hm, like this photo?

Yes, that’s him!

That’s Bill Mahony: he’s in prison! Are you sure you saw the thief?

     60    

A. No, I can’t.

B. Taller than me?

C. How tall was he?

D. Did he have a beard?

E. Well, err, it was very dark…

F. Oh yes, he looked exactly like this one here.

G. Do you remember anything else about the man?

56_______  57. _______   58. _______   59. _______   60. _______  

第三部分 写作(共两节,满分20分)

第一节 短文改错(共10小题;每小题0.5分,满分5分)

此题要求改正所给短文中的错误。对标有题号的每一行作出判断:如无错误,在该行右边横线上画一个勾(√);如有错误(每行只有一个错误),则按下列学科网(www.zxxk.com)--教育资源门户,提供试卷、教案、课件、论文、素材及各类教学资源下载,还有大量而丰富的教学相关资讯!情况改正:

此行多一个词:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉,在该行右边横线上写出该加的词。

此行缺一个词:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧),在该行右边横线上写出该加的词。

此行错一个词,在错的词下划一横线,在该行右边横线上写出改正后的词。

注意:原行没有错的不要改。

The finally event in the Olympics is the                                                                61_____________

marathon, which name comes from a battle                                                          62_____________

in Ancient Greece. One of the most famous                                                          63____________

marathons is in New York , watch by                                                                           64____________

two million people. Great Wall Marathon,                                                                    65____________

which most competitors find the toughest course                                                        66____________

to be run. There are marathons around the                                                              67____________

world today and most of people can run one                                                           68____________

if you train for it. As time passes, many                                                           69____________

changes have happened the marathon.                                                         70_____________

第二节 书面表达(15分)

请以Friendship为题写一篇120字左右的短文。短文内容需包含以下要点:

1. 友谊的重要性;(至少两点)

2. 如何建立友谊;

3. 怎样维系良好的友谊。(至少两点)