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北师大实验中学初三英语15-16下学期期末测试题

(时间:90分钟 满分;120分)

第一部分 听力理解(共30分)(略)

第二部分 知识运用(共25分)

四、单项填空(共10分,每小题1分)

从下面各题所给的ABCD四个选项中,选择可以填入空白处的最佳选项。

21.Do you know that beautiful young lady?

—Yes,        is my English teacher.

A. She                        B. her                          C. he                           D. it

22. What do you usually do       Sundays?

—I usually visit museums with my friends.

A. in                           B. on                           C. at                            D. by

23. She’s very clever        not very hard-working.

A. and                        B. or                           C. for                          D. but

24.       did you finish your homework?

—I finished it at 9:00 last night.

A. Where                    B. Why                       C. When                     D. What

25.I play pingpong        than you but you run faster than I.

A. fine                        B. good                       C. well                        D. better

26.—Another cup of tea?

—No, thanks. I        leave now. Lucy is waiting for me.

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

27. Listen! She         an English song.

A. sings                      B. is singing                C. is ing                      D. was singing

28. My mum often         me do my lessons after school.

A. makes                    B. make                      C. has made                D. is making

29.Our classroom        every day.

A. clean                      B. cleans                     C. cleaned                   D. is cleaned

30. Could you tell me        your bike yesterday?

A. where you found                                      B. where did you find

C. how you find                                            D. how do you find

五、完形填空(共15分,每小题1.5分)

阅读下面的短文,掌握其大意,然后从短文后各题所给的ABCD四个选项中,选择最佳选项。

I will never forget the Sunday afternoons I spent at my grandfather’s farm in western

Pennsylvania when I was a little boy. Miles of winding stone walls around the house provided endless hours of   31   for a city kid like me.

I can still remember one afternoon when I was eight years old.Since my first visit to the  32  , I’d wanted to be allowed to climb the stone walls around the farm.My parents would never approve(赞同). Still, my wish to climb across those walls grew so  33  . One spring afternoon, I picked up all my courage and  34   the living room,where the adults were sitting and talking over tea after dinner.

“Can I climb the stone walls?” I asked. Immediately the women in the room cried.“Heavens, no! You’ll  35  yourself!” I wasn’t too disappointed; their reply was just as I’d expected.But before I could leave the room, my   36  stopped me.“Wait a minute.” I heard him say, “Let the boy climb the stone walls. He has to   37   to do things for himself.”

“Hurry up,” he said to me, “and come and see me when you get back”. For the next two and a half hours I climbed those old walls and had the   38  of my life.Later I met with my grandfather to tell him about my adventure(冒险). I’ll never forget what he said. “Fred,” he said, smiling,“you made this day a  39   day just by being yourself. Always   40  , there’s only one person in this whole world like you, and I like you exactly as you are.”

31. A.sadness             B. pity                         C. fun                         D. puzzle

32. A.farm                  B. house                     C. home                      D. room

33. A.weak                 B. high                        C. low                         D. strong

34. A.visited               B. entered                   C. saw                         D. left

35. A.enjoy                 B. hurt                        C. forget                     D. lose

36. A.mother              B. father                     C. grandfather             D. friend

37. A.agree                 B. finish                      C. promise                  D. learn

38. A.time                   B. love                        C. regret                      D. failure

39. A.terrible              B. difficult                  C. special                    D. hopeless

40. A.hope                  B. forget                     C. value                      D. remember

第三部分 阅读理解(共50分)

六、阅读下列短文,根据短文内容,从短文后各题所给的ABCD四个选项中,选择最佳选项。(共30分,每小题2分)

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How to learn English well.

Well, I don’t know how you all feel, but I find English really difficult.There are just so many new words to remember. My problem is that I can’t remember all the new words. I’m so worried about it. How can I improve my English?

Don’t worry, Li Ping. I think it’s very useful to make word lists for different topics. For example, you can make lists for fruit, vegetables and animals. Then you can review them whenever you have time. The more you review, the better you will remember!

I’m learning English and I feel frustrated. English grammar rules are really confusing. Sometimes I know all the words in a sentence but I still can’t understand the whole sentence. I become nervous when I speak English, too.What should I do?

Don’t give up, David. As for grammar rules, I’ve used pictures and tables to help me, for example with verb tenses. I’ve also tried to put difficult structures into songs, but I think the best way to remember grammar rules is to use them. These methods work well for me.You can have a try.

41.Li Ping’s problem in English learning is that he.

A. can’t remember new words                       B. can’t understand grammar

C. is nervous when he speaks English           D. can’t read new words

42.According to Tina,it’s useful to when we try to remember new words.

A. use pictures            B. make word lists      C. sing songs               D. use new words

43. David thinks that are difficult.

A. new words             B. long sentences        C. grammar rules        D. topics

44. According to Anne, the best way to remember grammar rules is to.

A. read them               B. use them                 C. review them           D. write them

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Different types of maps have different uses.Tourist maps, for example, have signs to show places of interest in an area.When tourists read these maps, it is easy for them to find where to go and what to see in a place and it is easy for them to go and find their ways to these places.

map2Road maps show large areas so that people can plan long journeys. Different types of roads are given different numbers. For example, if you want to go to Wood Green, you just follow No. 621 Road and keep looking at the road signs.

Distribution maps(分布图)use colors or signs to show facts about an area.For example, where different languages are spoken, how many people live in an area, how cold and hot some places are, or whether a place is short of water.

map4Some maps, such as railway maps,use straight lines to show everything.This is easy for people to read.Trains are fast. People don’t have to think about small places they go past. They just need to know the two ends of their trips.

 

45.Jim is visiting the Summer Palace.Which map does he need most?

A. A tourist map.                                                   B. A railway map.      

C. A distribution map.                                           D. A road map.

46.How can you tell different roads on road maps?

A. By using different colors.                                                                   B. By finding the numbers.

C.By following No.621 Road.                       D.By looking at the road signs.

47.Which of the following can distribution maps tell us?

A.How to get to Lakeside.                             B.How to plan a long journey.

C.Where a famous museum is.                      D.How many people live in a place.

48.Why do railway maps use straight lines?

A.Because railways are straight.                    B.Because people can read them easily.

C.Because people like straight lines.              D.Because railways have only two ends.

C

Corky was a brave young man and he dreamed of becoming the best fighter in the world.

To become stronger and get better fighting skills, he went to many schools. One day, he went to the best school in the world.Before entering the gate, he was made to hand in all his weapons武器.

“You won’t need those any more. Here you’ll get better ones,” said the guard. Corky handed his weapons to him. A serious old teacher took Corky to his room.Before he left, he said to Corky, “In a hundred days the training will start.” A hundred days! At first Corky thought that was a joke, but he soon realized the old teacher had been serious. Corky felt nervous during the first days and he tried many ways to try to get the teacher to start the training. However, it didn’t work. At last Corky waited patiently and enjoyed each day in the school.

“You’ve already learned how to use your main weapon–patience,” said the old teacher. Corky could hardly believe it, but he really understood that the teacher was right. Finally, the lesson began.“Now it’s time to learn how to win every fight,” said the old teacher. That sounded good to Corky until he found himself tied hand and foot. Many villagers tried to hit him because they were told that Corky was a dangerous man.The same thing was repeated for days, and Corky knew he had to do something. He realized that the only way would be to deal with the villagers’anger怒气. In the following days, Corky kept talking to them until he managed to make them believe that he was not an enemy. In the end, the villagers made friends with Corky.

Finally, Corky knew what the most powerful weapon was. He said thanks to the teacher and left.

49. Why did the old teacher tell Corky that the training would start in a hundred days?

A. Because he didn’t feel well.                                                        

B. Because he wanted Corky to leave.

C. Because he wanted Corky to be patient.

D. Because he thought Corky needed a good rest.

50. Which of the following is the RIGHT order according to the story?

Corky was hit by the villagers.

Corky handed his weapons to the guard.

Corky tried to get the teacher to start the training.                               

A. ③①②                  B. ②③①                   C. ③②①                   D. ②①③

51.What can we infer(推断)from the story?

A.Corky went to the school to kill his enemy.

B.Corky stayed at the school for over 100 days.

C.Corky was tied hand and foot because he was dangerous.

D.In the end, Corky killed the villagers.

52.According to the passage, what was the most powerful weapon?

A. Strength.                B. Fighting skills.        C. Patience.                 D. Words.

D

Some people think that success is only for those with talent or those who grow up in the right family, and others believe that success mostly comes down to luck. I’m not going to say luck, talent, and conditions are not important because they really are. Some people are born into the right family while others are born with great abilities, and that’s just how life is.

However, to succeed in life, one first needs to set a goal and then gradually put it into practice. What’s more, in order to get really good at something,one needs to spend at least 10,000 hours studying and practising. To become great at certain things,it’ll require even more time, the time that most people won’t put in.

This is a big reason why many successful people advise you to do something you love. If you don’t enjoy what you do, it is going to feel like great pain and will probably make you give up well before you ever become good at it.

When you see people showing some great skills or having achieved great success, you know that they have put in a huge part of their life to get there at a huge cost. It’s sometimes easy to think they got lucky or they were born with some unusual talent, but thinking that way does you no goodand there’s a huge chance that you’re wrong anyway.

Whatever you do, if you want to become great at it, you need to work day in and day out, with all your heart and over a long period of time. If you’re not willing to put in the time and work, don’t expect to receive any rewards(回报). Time and hard work won’t make sure that you will get the great success you may want, but it will make sure that you will become really good at whatever it is you put all that work into.

53. Paragraph 1 mainly talks about________.

A. the reasons for success                             B. the meaning of success

C. the standards of success                            D. the importance of success

54.Successful people suggest doing what one loves because________.

A. work makes one feel pain                         B. one always enjoys his work

C. one gives up his work easily                     D. it takes a lot of time to succeed

55.What does the passage mainly talk about?

A. Having a goal is very important to success.

B. Being good is different from being great.

C. One cannot succeed without time and practice.

D. Luck, talent and family help to achieve success.

七、阅读短文,根据短文内容,从短文后的五个选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。每个选项只能用一次。(共10分,每小题2分)

Careful and careless are as different as fire and water.But it is strange that quite a few scientists have both these qualities(品质).They are both careful and careless.

56_______.

Once Newton invited a friend to dinner at home.When they were ready to eat,Newton left to get a bottle of wine(酒).57_______, Newton still didn’t come back. At last his friend found Newton in his lab.When Newton was going to get the bottle of wine, he suddenly had a new idea for his experiment. So he quite forgot his friend and the dinner.Another time, Newton was leading a horse up a mountain, and he held the rein(缰绳)in his hand. While he was walking along, he kept thinking about problems. 58_______, he found that the horse was gone.

Einstein was another example. 59_______.While waiting, he became lost in thought. It started to rain.The rain kept on for some time.When he took out a piece of paper to write something down, the paper was wet and then he knew that it was raining.60_______, he again forgot he was standing in the rain.

A. But after he put the paper into his pocket

B. But after his friend had waited for a long time

C. Once he was waiting for a friend at a bridge

D. Newton, the famous English scientist, was such a person

E. When he got to the top of the mountain

 
 

 

 

 

 


八、阅读短文,根据短文内容回答问题。(共10分,每小题2分)

Sally was a student. It was going to be her mother’s birthday. She wanted to buy her a present that would be nice and useful but not expensive.

A week before her mother’s birthday, she went shopping after a quick and simple lunch. When she had been looking for half an hour, she found a shop that was selling cheap umbrellas, and decided to take a black one, since her mother had lost hers the month before.

She thought, “You could carry that when you are wearing clothes of any color.” So she decided to buy a lovely black umbrella and took it back to the school with her until her classes were over.

On her way back home in the train that evening she felt hungry because she had such a small lunch that she went along to the dining car for another sandwich and a cup of coffee. She had left the black umbrella above her seat in the compartment(车厢), but when she got back, it had gone! When she had left the compartment, there had been no other passengers(乘客)in it, but now there were three.

Sally began to cry when she saw that the umbrella was no longer there.The other passengers felt very sorry for her and asked what the matter was. She told them that the black umbrella she had bought for her mother was gone, and that she had to get out at the next station. After the three other passengers heard it, they asked her for her mother’s address so that they could send the umbrella to her if someone had taken it by mistake, and brought it back after Sally had got out of the train.

The next week, Sally heard from her mother. It said,“Thank you very much for your lovely presents, but why did you send me three black umbrellas?”

61. Did Sally’s mother lose an umbrella?

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    62. What color was the umbrella Sally bought?

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63. Why did Sally feel hungry on her way back home in the train that evening?

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64. How many umbrellas did her mother receive?

___________________________________

65. Who sent those umbrellas, do you think?

___________________________________

第四部分 书面表达(共15分)

九、文段表达(共15分)

根据中文和英文提示,用英文写一封意思连贯、符合逻辑、不少于50词的回信。信的开头和结尾已给出,其词数不计入所要完成的回信内。所给英文提示词语仅供选用。请不要写出你的校名和姓名。

假如你叫Liu Ying,你的美国笔友Lucy通过邮件询问你所在学校使用电子书的情况,请根据以下她提出的问题回复邮件,告诉她在你们学校纸质书和电子书哪种更受欢迎,你本人喜欢哪种书以及你喜欢它的原因。

提示词语:pleasure, different, prefer, comfortable, bookshop, reader, dictionary, note, carry, compared with…, store, online…

圆角矩形标注: ◆Which is more popular in your school, paper books or e-books?
◆Which way do you like better?
◆Why do you like it better?
 


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To Lucy

From Liu Ying

Subject Paper books or e-books?

Dear Lucy,

Thank you for your e-mail. I’ll try to answer your questions one by one.

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Yours,

Liu Ying