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成都市实验中学高二英语15-16上学期第一次月考题

I卷(选择题 90分)

第一部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分40分)

第一节 单项填空(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10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。

1The CCTV show Chinese Characters Dictation Competition has taken the country by storm, which is partly designed to arouse people’s _______ in the Chinese language.

A. response                B. enthusiasm             C. significance            D. consequence

2It is no use ________ without doing.

Ato promise            Bpromising             Cpromise                Dto be promised

3There are 61 million “left-behind children” in central and western China,

             the adults have to seek jobs in the cities.

A. who                       B. which                     C. when                      D. where

4Give me an undisturbed hour and I ________ the work Tom has left unfinished.

Asee to                                                      Bwill see to            

Cwould be seeing to                                 Dhave seen to

5—Shall I open the window to let in some fresh air?

—______ It’s really hot in here.

A. What a pity.                                              B. Sure, go ahead.   

C. Why not?                                                  D. It’s up to you.

6How beautifully she sings! I have never heard _____ voice.

A. a better  B. a best  C. the better  D. the best

7After the long journey, the three of them went back home, ______.

A. hungry and tiredly  B. hungry and tired

C. hungrily and tiredly D. hungrily and tired

8Such shocking news made me realize _____ terrible problems we would face.

A. what                       B. how                        C. that                         D. why

9--- Ken, _____, but your TV is going too loud.

--- Oh, I’m sorry. I’ll turn it down right now.

A. I’d like talk with you                                B. I’m really tired of this

C. I hate to say this                                        D. I need your help

10Last night Bruce was observed ________ the building with two young men and take a taxi away.

Aleave                    Bleft                        Chaving left                   Dto leave

第二节 完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)

阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从41—60各题所给的四个选项(ABCD)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

Soon it would be the holidays, but before that, there were year exams. All the 11_____ had been working hard for some time, reviewing their lessons for the exams. If they didn't 12_____, they would have to retake them in September. There were usually a few who 13_____, but Jane didn't want to be one of them. She had worked hard all year, 14_____ just before the exams she was working so hard that her sister Barbara was 15_____ about her. She went to bed too 16_____. The night before the first exam, Barbara 17____ that she have an early night and take a 18____ pill(药丸). She promised to wake 19_____up in the morning.

As she was falling asleep, Jane was afraid that she might oversleep. Her 20_____ kept jumping from subject to subject. At last, with the help of 21____, she went to sleep. In no time at all, she was sitting in the examination hall, looking at the examination22_____, but she couldn't answer any of the questions. 23_____ around her was writing pages and gages. 24_____ she thought hard, she couldn't find anything to write 25_____. She kept looking at her 26_____. Time was running out. There was only an hour to go. She started one question, wrote two sentences, 27_____ and tried another one. With only half an hour left she wrote another two sentences. By this time she was so worried that she started 28____. Her whole body shook. It shook so much that she 29____ up. She was still in bed and it had all been a 30_____ dream. A minute later, Barbara called her name.

11. A. teachers           B. students                  C. classmates            D. schools

12. A. prepare             B. miss                        C. join                        D. pass

13. A. succeeded        B. failed                     C. ended                    D. called

14. A. but                   B. so                         C. and                         D. because

15. A. excited            B. frightened               C. worried                  D. pleased

16. A. early                 B. late                         C. heavily                   D. eagerly

17. A. insisted             B. hoped                     C. ordered                   D. wished

18. A. sleeping           B. resting                    C. exciting                D. breathing

19. A. him                  B. her                         C. them                      D. herself

20.A. hand                 B. eye                        C. mind                      D. body

21.A. her sister          B. her parents             C. the lessons             D. the medicine

22.A. result                 B. marks                    C. desk                       D. paper

23.A. The teacher      B. The students           C. No one                   D. Everyone

24.A.If                       B. Though                  C. So                          D. How

25.A. with                  B. about                     C. on                          D. to

26.A. watch               B. textbook                 C. sister                      D. subject

27.A. gave up            B. put off                    C. look around D. think over

28.A. examining         B. leaving                   C. copying                  D. crying

29.A. raised                B. woke                      C. stood                      D. cheered

30.A. nice                  B. wonderful              C. terrible                    D. special

第二部分:阅读理解(共20小题;每小题2分,满分40分)

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。

A

    Last winter, when I was heavily pregnant, I was visiting my sister and brother-in-law's house and had to park in a nearby parking lot because they didn't have accessible parking. The snow was extremely heavy and there was lots of ice on the ground --- not many people had ventured out that evening!

When I returned to my car around 11pm, I noticed that I was the only car left. Nervously, I hopped into the car and let it warm up a bit. When I finally tried to drive away, my wheels began to spin. I was stuck! I spun and spun and wondered what to do.

All of a sudden, in my rear view mirror, I saw four teen-aged boys approaching my car. They were walking side by side in a line and dressed a bit like gang members --- at least I thought that's what they looked like. My car was in a very isolated area and I began to panic. I was certain they were coming to my car to harm me. Terrified, I just froze. One of the young men tapped on my window and said "Excuse me, Ma'am, can we help you? You seem stuck." Still afraid and fearing the worst, I said "I am stuck." And the young man said "It's okay, stay in your car and we'll push you out of the snow." And they did!

When they finally got me out of the snow, they smiled and waved. I rolled down my window and thanked them, embarrassed to have judged them so poorly.

31Why did the author just freeze when the four young men walking toward her car?

A. Because she was afraid of being harmed.

B. Because she sat in her car for too long a time.

C. Because she was cold indeed in that freezing evening.

D. Because she knew they would rob her of the car.

32Which of the following words can best describe the four young men?

A. Impolite.                B. Ill-mannered.          C. Unfriendly             D. Warm-hearted.

33Which of the following is TRUE according to the text?

A. One of the four teenagers was a gang member.

B. The kids wanted to help the author out of trouble.

C. The author would have a baby in her car.

D. The young men enjoyed pushing cars out of the snow.

34The best title for the text would be___________

A. Every man has his faults

B. Fortune favors those who use their judgment

C. Don't judge a book by its cover

D. Think twice before you do.

B

Napoleon stayed in a small inn (小旅馆). The next morning, he went to thank the innkeeper.

“You have served me well,” said Napoleon. “I wish to reward you. Tell me what you want.”

“Sir, we want nothing,” said the innkeeper. “But will you tell us something?”

“What is it?” Napoleon asked.

“We have heard a story,” said the innkeeper, “that once during the war, a small village was taken by the Russians. You happened to be in the village. You hid while they looked for you. Will you tell us how you felt when they were looking for you?” Napoleon looked very angry. He called in two of his soldiers. Then he pointed to the door. The soldiers took the innkeeper and his wife out into the yard.

At the end of the yard was a wall. The innkeeper and his wife were led to the wall. The soldiers tied the hands of the innkeeper and his wife. Napoleon watched, saying nothing. “Please, sir.” begged the innkeeper, “Don’t kill us! we meant nothing!” The soldiers moved back. The innkeeper saw them raising their guns. Then Napoleon called: “Ready! Aim!” The wife screamed. “Stop!” said Napoleon. He went to the innkeeper, “Now, you know the answer to the question you asked me just now, don’t you?”

35While the Russians were searching for him, Napoleon ______.

A. ordered his men to fight back                   B. was frightened to death

C. feared nothing at all                                  D. regretted (后悔) having hidden there

36Why did Napoleon order his men to tie the couple?

A. Because he wanted to teach the innkeeper a good lesson for bothering him.

B. Because he wanted to kill the couple to get rid of his anger.

C. Because he wanted to show that he was so admiring a general that nobody could upset him.

D. Because he wanted to make them know that he felt the same as they in face of danger.

37Which of the following is NOT true according to the passage?

A. Five people are mentioned in this passage.

B. In fact, Napoleon didn’t hide when the Russians were looking for him.

C. Napoleon was thankful to the innkeeper for his good service.

D. The couple had thought they would be killed before Napoleon said “stop”.

C

Parties and social gatherings no longer excite us the same way they once did. This is not due to a lack of desire to socialize, but the smartphone.

At parties, more people are on their smartphones than on their drinks. According to a recent International Data Corporation study, well over half of all Americans have a smartphone and reach for it the moment they wake up, keeping it in hand all day. In addition, too much of society is using smartphones while driving and as a result getting into car crashes. 34 percent of teens admit to text while driving, and they confirm that text messaging is their number one driving interruption. People's attachment to their smartphones is unbelievably becoming more important than the lives of themselves and others.

Just as drivers dismiss the importance of focusing while on the road, many people also fail to recognize the significance of human interaction. When with their friends, some people pointlessly check or send text messages in the presence of a friend, which sends a message to that friend: the person I am texting is more important than you. In addition, relying on our smartphone to make friends does not give us the same advantage as being able to make new friendships in the real world. Face-to-face conversations will give us much stronger communication skills in the long run.

As many people risk their lives and the lives of people around them just to send a text or mindlessly check their massages, smartphones are in many ways more dangerous to people. The quality of this technology is de-advancing societal achievements and weakening the value of communication. Not only is the smartphone affecting our desire to interact (交流) face-to-face but it is also lowering society's ability to communicate.

38The purpose of this text is to ______.

A. call for an end to use the smartphone while driving

B. appeal to us to pay attention to communication skills

C. express a concern about the overuse of the smartphone

D. advise us to be cautious about the addiction to the smartphone

39The second paragraph is developed by ______.

A. giving examples                                        B. listing figures 

C. comparing facts                                        D. analyzing the effects

40The author advocates us to make new friends ______.

A. by using smartphones                               B. in a face-to-face way

C. in different ways                                       D. under a free circumstance

41Over dependence on the smartphone leads to the fact that ______.

A. parties and gatherings limit their social circle

B. people are more and more narrow-minded

C. people's communication skills are weakened

D. face-to-face communication becomes less important

D

After a very busy afternoonas I walked into my houseI heard the phone ringing. It was my friend Lydiaupset over an argument with her husband. My usual approach is to offer advicebut this timeexhausted from choresI simply sat down in a chair and listened to my friend’s frustration  and sadness. Without the disturbance of judgment or the desire to comfort herI stayed totally quiet while she talked. Eventually Lydia’s depression eased and we said our goodbyes. The next day she phoned to thank me. “I’m so grateful for the way you helped me through this”she said.

At first I was surprised. After allI had done nothing except be there for her. But after I had my own venting (发泄的)  experience with another friend later that eveningI realized that my focused silence had some value. In factmost relationship experts agree that talk is cheapit’s listening that’s rare and valuable It allows you not only to hear what the other person is sayingbut also to have a clear understanding of her thoughts and feelings. And for the speakerthat level of understanding translates into concern and respect.

Unfortunatelylistening isn’t as easy as it sounds. Thanks  to  schedules  filled  with  family and workmultitasking has become a barrier (障碍) to listening. My tiredness may have been the only thing stopping me from folding  laundry or checking my e­mail while Lydia talked that afternoon.

Another barrier to listening is our listening systemMost of us take in only about half of what’s being said during a conversationaccording to the International Listening Association. Research shows that we speak at 125 to 150 words per minuteyet think at 500 words a minute. Thereforebecause we think much more quickly than we  speakit is easy for us to lose our concentration when  listening to speakers.

While it can be hard to focus at timesit’s a skill worth developing. With a little practice  (employing some techniques)you can become a better listener.

42. Why didn’t the author give any advice to Lydia that afternoon?

ABecause she thought her keeping silence was better for Lydia.

BBecause she didn’t know how to comfort Lydia.

CBecause she was too tired to talk to Lydia.

DBecause she couldn’t cut in while Lydia was talking.

43. In Paragraph 2the author mainly talks about________.

Athe importance of listening

Bthe importance of venting anger

Cher own listening experience

Dher own venting experience

44. The author uses the result of the research in Paragraph 4 to mainly show that________.

Awe think much more quickly than we speak

Bwe can only understand about half of what we hear

Cthere is not much thinking time available while we are listening

Dwe lose our concentration easily while we are listening

45. What will be discussed following the passage?

AWhy listening is valuable.

BWhat we should do while listening.

CHow to become a good listener.

DHow to stop drifting off while listening.

46. The first paragraph serves as a(n)________

Aexplanation          Bintroduction          Ccomment              Dbackground

E

Thousands of people have been killed in a massive(大规模的) earthquake in Japan. The quake -- the most powerful to hit Japan in more than 100 years -- caused massive damage and many people are missing and feared dead.

The 8.9 magnitude quake struck Friday(March 11) off Japan's eastern coast, and prompted(引发) tsunami warnings(海啸警报)across the Pacific as far away as South America and the U.S. West Coast. Several days after a 8.9-magnitude earthquake and resulting 10-meter-high tsunami devastated the coastline. The United States Geological Survey says it was the fifth largest earthquake since 1900. The largest, with a 9.5 magnitude, shook Chile(智利) in 1960.

In Japan, the tsunami swept away boats, cars and hundreds of houses in coastal areas north of Tokyo. The quake shook buildings in the Japanese capital and caused several fires. All train and subway traffic in Tokyo has been stopped, and thousands of people there were unable to get back home. People are just trying to find clean water. Food supplies are running out. In the convenience stores, there are no rice balls left. There is no bottled water left. People are facing a really serious situation in the days ahead for these people that are living in areas that were only moderately(普通的)damaged. The final death toll could range from the thousands to tens of thousands, depending on how many of these communities are gone.

Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan said the government would do everything it can to minimize(使降到最低) the effects of the disaster. And in Washington, President Obama said the United States is ready to help the people of Japan.

47The underline word damage means_____________ in the article.

A. illness                    B. disaster                   C. terror                      D. danger

48Which is true according to the passage?

A. Thousands of people have been killed in a massive earthquake in Japan.

B. Only people in areas that were only moderately damaged are facing a really serious situation in the days.

C. The tsunami devastated not only the coastline in Japan, but also the areas across the Pacific as far away as South America and the U.S. West Coast.

D. The massive earthquake caused the tsunami.

49According to the passage, which earthquake is the largest one since 1990 ?

A. the one happened in Japan on March 11, 2011

B. the one in Chile in 1960

C. the fifth largest earthquake since 1900

D. We don't know.

50If you're in Tokyo these days, what you can't get from the convenience store?

A. newspapers and magazines

B. some medicine

C. paper napkins and toothpastes

D. rice balls and bottled water

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,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。选项中有两项多余选项。(共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分)

W: Hi, John.

M: Hi, Lucy.___51___

W: Yes. I’m required to tell a story in English before the lesson begins.

M: Oh, I see.___ 52___

W: You’re right. I need to practice on the stage before they all come.

M:  53___

W: Yes, here, in my pocket…Oops, where is it?

M: Don’t worry.__ 54__

W: …No, not in the bag, either. I’m afraid I left it at home.

M: ___55___

W: Aha! It’s just the key to the classroom! Thank you so much.

A. Glad to see you.

B. What’s the story about?

C. What’s that around your neck?

D. Maybe you put it in your schoolbag.

E. Do you have the key to the classroom?

F. You’re going to school rather early today.

G. So you want to get to the classroom earlier to make some preparation?  

II卷(非选择题)(共60分)

第四部分:写作(共三节,满分60分)

第一节  阅读表达(共5小题;每小题2分,共10分)

  1A safari park is a park in which wild animals are kept. They are mainly located in east or central Africa. They often occupy a very wild area, with mountains and rivers. To visit the park and look at the animals, people have to drive around in a car for a few of hours because the park is huge.

2In south Africa there is a safari park, which contains all sorts of wild animals like lions, elephants, rhinoceroses(犀牛), zebras, wild pigs, deer and giraffes.

3There is a wild road leading through the park, but nobody is permitted to walk on the road. Anyone traveling in the park has to go in a car because wild animals may fiercely attack people. From the car he may see almost every types of African wildlife. Some of these are getting scarce (稀有的) because people kill them for various reasons. For example, rhinoceroses are killed for their horns (), which are used in traditional Chinese medicines for colds and headaches. Perhaps they will be seen only in museums and books one day.

4Travelers may purchase food for the animals. They can feed them when they tour the park. Of course, they should not feed them in a close distance because the wild animals may attack people. In addition, they should only give proper food to the animals.

5A traveler may carry a gun with him in his journey. The gun is given to him by the government. However, it is not used for hunting. In fact, a seal is fixed to it. The traveler may fire at a wild beast to defend himself in case he is attacked. However, he has to prove to the government that he has been attacked and that he has not fired at a harmless animal.

56 List one of the reasons why travelers have to stay in a car during their visit.no more than 6 words

_________________________________________________________________

57Why are rhinoceroses getting scarce?no more than 7words

_________________________________________________________________

58What warning are given to travelers when they feed the animals?no more than 15words

_________________________________________________________________

59How does the government know the gun is fired?no more than 10 words

_________________________________________________________________

60What is the passage mainly about?no more than 6 words

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第二节 短文改错(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分)

假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文,请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。文中共有10处语言错误,每句中最多有两处。错误涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。

增加:在缺词处加一个漏词符号(),并在其下面写出该词。

删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。

修改:在错的词下划一横线(  ),并在该词下面写出修改后的词。

注意:1.每处错误及修改均仅限一词;

2.只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。

My dream is to become a school teacher in the future. In fact, I had the dream of becoming a teacher since my childhood. In my opinion, without teachers, no society could make progresses. There is no doubt whether teachers play an important role in children growth. Not only do teachers pass on knowledge for children, but they also teach children how to behave themselves. Comparing with other jobs, teaching is hard and the pay is lower. And to me, what great fun it is to be with children! They make me to feel young forever. Because I’ll  study harder and try my best to realize my dream.

第三节书面表达(满分35分)

目前,诸如稀饭、神马、酱紫、虾米、霸气侧漏、MSFB等一些网络语言在青少年中极为盛行,并出现在作业、报告,甚至考试的作文中。请你以 “Should Internet Slang Be Forbidden?”为题,根据以下要点用英语写一篇短文。

一部分学生认为网络语言             

1. 生动、时尚;

2. 充满幽默与智慧;

3. 使用更便捷。       

另一部分学生认为网络语言

1. 太简单、缺乏思想性;

2. 许多人不能理解和接受。

你的看法:

注意:1. 对所给要点不要作简单翻译,要有适当发挥;

2. 词数在120词左右,开头部分已给,不计入词数。

3. 参考词汇:时尚的fashionable 智慧intelligence无法理解的confused误解misunderstand

Should Internet Slang Be Forbidden?

At present, Internet slang, such as “MS”, “FB” has become popular with many teenagers.____________

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