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宁国中学高一年级第二学期第一次段考试卷 英语学科
第Ⅰ卷(三部分,共 115 分) 第一部分:听力(共两小节,满分 30 分) 第一节(共 5 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 7.5 分) 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. What is the man doing? A. Making a phone call. B. Making a visit C. Making an appointment 2. When did the man leave the gate? A. At about 12:00 B. At about 12:30 C. At about 1:00What 3. Where does the conversation most probably take place? A. At a railway station B. At a booking office. C. On a bridge. 4. What does the man do? A. A taxi driver B. A policeman C. A cinema manager 5. How did the woman go to school today? A. By bike B. By bus C. On foot. 第二节(共 15 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 22.5 分) 听下面 5 段对话或独白.每段对话或独白后有几个小题,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。 听每段对话或独白前, 你将有时间阅读各个小题, 每小题 5 秒钟;听完后,各小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第 6 段材料,回答第 6、7 题。 6. What will the woman do tomorrow morning? A. Have a rest B. Go shopping C. Visit London 7. Where are the speakers going to have lunch? A. At home B. In a shopping center C. In a restaurant. 听第 7 段材料,回答第 8 至 10 题。 8. What do we know about the man? A. He isn’t good at English. B. Sometimes he doesn’t do his homework. C. Sometimes he is absent from school. 9. Which of the following isn’t mentioned by the woman? A. Reading newspapers. B. Writing diaries. C. Talking with native speakers. 10. What is the probable relationship between the speakers? A. Mother and Son. B. Teacher and student. C. Friends. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 11 至 13 题。

11. Where does the man get information about the apartment? A. In a newspaper. B. On TV. C. On the radio. 12. What is true about the apartment? A. It has two bathrooms. B. It doesn’t have chairs. C. It is a one-bedroom apartment. 13. When will the speakers meet? A. At one o’clock tomorrow afternoon. B. At one o’clock this afternoon. C. At two o’clock this afternoon. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 14 至 17 题。 14. Where will the woman go for a trip? A. To Britain. B. To America. C. To Canada. 15. How does the woman want to go there? A. By ship. B. By plane. C. By train. 16. Which of the following is the man’s opinion? A. People can relax if they travel by ship. B. Air transport is safer than road transport. C. Road transport is the safest transport. 17. What can we learn from the conversation? A. The woman sailed down the River Thames for sightseeing. B. The woman had a trip on the Queen ElizabethⅡ。 C. The woman is a good sailor. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 18 至 20 题。 18. How many subjects did Miss Richards teach? A. One. B. Two. C. Three. 19. In what class did the story take place? A. Maths B. Physics. C. Chemistry. 20. How did Miss Richards feel when the students kept silent? A. Sad B. Angry C. Surprised. 第二部分:英语知识运用(共两小节,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。 21. All of _____ sudden, I caught ______ sight of my teachers and classmates in the crowd, and then I felt much more calm. A. a; / B. /; / C. a; a D. /; a 22. – Is she British or American? – I don’t know that for sure. But her ___________ indicates the she may come from America. A. voice B. expression C. accent D. appearance

23. The house rent is expensive. I've got about half the space I had at home and I'm paying _______ here. A. as three times much B. as much three times C. much as three times D. three times as much 24. ________________he told us about the matter simply didn’t ____________sense. A. What; make B. It; make C. What; take D. That; take 25. Thousands of foreigners were ______________ to the Shanghai World Expo the day it opened. A. attended B. attached C. achieved D. attracted 26. It was in the lab _______ was in the charge of Professor Zhang _____they did the experiment. A. where; that B. which; where C. that; where D. which; that 27. Schools in the north tend to be better equipped, ______________ those in the south are relatively poor A. since B. if C. while D. as 28. –Sorry, but let me explain. –What excuse will you ____________ this time? A. mix up B. make up C. pick up D. roll up 29. As the saying goes, ____________ water runs deep. A. Silent B. Stopping C. Quiet D. Still 30. – He is eager to try something he has never tried before. - Oh, I see. That’s ______________ he differs from others. A. when B. where C. how D. what 31. ___________ is well known that great changes have taken place in China recently. A. That B. As C. Which D. It 32. ________Tom has no interest in piano, it is no use pushing him to learn it. A. Since B. In case C. Even if D. As if 33. The ________ expression on his face suggested that he was not able to work out the ________ problem. A. confused ; confusing B. confusing ; confused C. confused; confused D. confusing; confusing 34. --Have you moved into the new office building? --Not yet. It _________. A. is decorating B. has been decorated C. is being decorated D. has been decorating 35. – You must be very excited about going to London for study. - ___________________, but I am afraid I won’t do well there because my spoken English is poor. A. I’m sorry B. Certainly not C. I don’t know yet D. Well, I ought to be 第二部分:英语知识运用(共两小节,满分 45 分)

第二节 完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下面的短文,掌握其大意,然后从 36-55 各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C、D)中, 选出能填入相应空白处的最佳选项。 The elementary school was a ten-minute walk from my home. Because it is not far away, I could go home for lunch and find my mother 36 for me every day. At that time, I did not consider this a luxury(人生难得的享受) 37 today it certainly would be. I took it for granted that mothers were the sandwich-makers, and the 38 monitors(监督者). So I never 39 that this hardworking and intelligent woman, 40 had had a career before I was born and would return to a career, would spend every lunch hour just with me. When the noon bell rang, I 41 race breathlessly home. My mother would be standing at the top of the stairs, smiling down at me with a look that suggested I was the only 42 thing she had on her mind. For this, I am forever 43 . One lunchtime , when I was in the third grade, will 44 me always. I had been picked to be the princess in the school play, and for weeks my mother had patiently helped me practice my 45 . But no matter how 46 I recited them at home, 47 I stepped on stage, every word 48 from my head. Finally, my teacher took me aside. She 49 that she had written a narrator’s (解说员,旁边者)part to the play, and asked me to 50 roles. Her words, kindly spoken, 51 hurt me, especially when I saw my part go to another girl. I didn’t tell my mother what had happened when I went home that day. But she sensed my 52 , and instead of helping me practice my lines, she asked if I wanted to 53 in the yard. My mother bent down by one of the elm(榆树) trees, “I think I’m going to 54 all these dandelions (蒲公英), ” she said, “From now on, we’ll have only roses in this garden. ” “But I like dandelions, ” I protested ( 抗 议 ) . “Yes. All flowers are beautiful—even dandelions. ” said mother. “My dear, don’t lose 55 whatever difficulties you might meet with. ” 36. A.crying 37. A.although 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. A.housework A.predicted A.whom A.would A.important B.preparing B.if B.homework B.hated B.that B.should B.unlucky B.puzzled B.refer to B.experiments B.slowly C.looking C.unless C.house C.doubted C.who C.might C.simple C.interested C.stay with C.papers C.easily D.waiting D.since D.home D.disliked D.which D.could D.common D.grateful D.escape from D.lines D.hard

43. A.angry 44.A.break away from 45. A.dances 46. A.difficulty

47. A.as soon as 48. A.turned up 49. A.lied 50. A.check 51. A.already 52. 53. 54. 55. A.excitement A.walk A.bring in A.way

B.while B.showed off B.pretended B.change B.never B.satisfaction B.run B.dig up B.mind

C.because C.disappeared C.expressed C.provide C.hardly C.sadness C.recite C.bring back C.breath

D.in case D.came D.explained D.improve D.still D.anger D.practice D.take along D.heart

第三部分:阅读理解(共 20 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 40 分) 阅读下列短文,然后从各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C、D)中,选出最佳选项。 A My first performance in front of an audience was coming up soon. I tried as hard as I could to keep calm, but my heart was racing. I stared down at my sweat-covered, shaking hands. I looked up again at the audience, realizing that these were real people. They were not just my mum and dad, who would say, “Good job!” even if I missed up the whole piece. What if I had the wrong music? What if I played the wrong notes? As it turned out, I was never able to answer these questions because the spotlight (聚光灯) was waiting for me. I grasped my hands tightly together, drying off the sweat. Slowly I walked to the mud-brown piano in the centre of the room. It had 88 demanding keys, which were waiting impatiently to be played. I swallowed the golfball-sized lump in my throat (喉咙) and sat down. Slowly, I opened the music. Next, I rested my still shaking hands on the keys. As my fingers played across the keys, I was becoming more unsure of my preparation for this moment. But the memory of my year of training came flooding back. I knew that I had practised this piece so many times that I could play it backwards if asked. Although at one point I accidently played two keys instead of the intended one, I continued to move my fingers automatically(自动地). My eyes burned holes into the page in front of me. There was no way that I was going to lose my concentration. To keep this promise to myself, I leaned forward and concentrated carefully on the music. When I came to the end of the page, a warning went off inside my head: don’t make a mistake when you turn the page! Needless to say, I obeyed myself with all my heart and mind, and was proud of my “page-turning” feat(业绩). I finished the rest of the piece without making a single mistake. I had finished. I had mastered the impossible.

56. Before the writer gave her first performance, ______________. A. she could see nothing but her own shaking hands. B. her parents encouraged her, saying, “Good job!” C. she missed up the whole piece. D. her heart beat very fast. 57. The underlined word “demanding” in the sixth paragraph means “_________”. A. properly-numbered B. necessary for a piano C. needing great attention D. easy to a person 58. The underlined sentence “I swallowed the golfball-sized lump” shows that_______________. A. the writer was eager to play B. the writer managed to calm down C. the writer had put something in her mouth. D. there was something wrong with her throat. 59. The writer’s experience proved that ______________. A. failure is the mother of success. B. the heaven stands by the good girl. C. a journey is started by taking the first step. D. to keep an army for a thousand days is to use it for an hour. B Do you want to know something about the history of weather? Don’t look at the sky. Don’t look for old weather reports. Looking at tree rings is more important. Correct weather reports date back only one century, but some trees can provide an exact record of the weather even further back. It is natural that a tree would grow best in a climate with plenty of sunlight and rainfall. It is also expected that little sunlight and rainfall would limit the growth of a tree. The change from a favorable to an unfavorable climate can be determined by reading the pattern of rings in a tree trunk. To find the weather of ten years ago, count the rings of a tree trunk from the outside to the inside. If the tenth ring is far from the other rings, then it is certain that plenty of sunny and rainy weather occurred. If the rings are closed together, then the climate was bad for the tree. Studying tree rings is important not only for the history of weather, but also for the history of man. In a region of New Mexico you can find only sand---no trees and no people. However, many centuries ago a large population lived there. They left suddenly. Why? A scientist studied patterns of dead tree rings which had grown there. He decided that the people had to leave because they had cut down all the trees. Trees were necessary to make fires and buildings. So, after the people destroyed the trees, they had to move. In this instance studying tree rings uncovers an exciting fact about the history of man.

60. It is understood that in a favorable climate ________. A. tree rings grow together B. tree rings grow far apart C. trees in New Mexico will grow big and tall D. people can cut down most of the trees in New Mexico 61. The scientists are interested in studying tree rings because they can tell ___. A. whether in that area the climate was favorable or not B. whether a particular tree was healthy or not C. whether people took good care of the trees or not D. how old the trees were 62. By studying the dead tree rings, the scientist discovered ___. A. where the people had left B. what the people used to eat C. how the people left D. why the people had to leave 63. The people had to leave the region of New Mexico because ___. A. they had cut down all the trees B. there were many trees there C. they had no water D. bad weather stopped the growth of trees 64. The main idea of the passage is _________. A. tree rings reflect the history of weather and the history of man B. destroying tree will do man no good C. studying tree ring is the only way to know the history of weather D. man shouldn’t cut so many trees C Welcome to the National Maritime(海洋的)Museum The National Maritime Museum is the largest of its kind in the world, with over two million items in its collections. Twenty galleries display some of the finest sea affairs in historic buildings, which were formerly a school for the sons of seamen. Opening times 10:00 – 17:00 Winter hours 10:00 – 18:00 Summer hours Last admission is thirty minutes before closing. Smoking is not allowed in the museum. Eating and drinking are only allowed in the designated (指定的) areas. Photography and video are not permitted inside the building. Bookings Our Central Booking Group handles all group visit enquiries(需求) ,from schools,

group organizers and tour operators. Education and Interpretation Schools’ programs operate in term-time. Programs of talks, tours, work-shops, storytelling, living history and interpretation(解说)are run throughout the year, especially at weekends and during school holidays. E - library Facilities are provided for electronic access (接口) to the museum’s collections. Please ask a member of staff(员工)for directions to the nearest terminals(终 端). These facilities are also available from the comfort of your own home. 65. This passage mainly tells us ____. A. the way to get to the museum B. the purpose to build the museum C. a brief introduction to the museum D. a detailed description of the museum 66. Which of the following is certainly forbidden according to the passage? A. Trying to enter the museum after 5:00 p. m. B. Taking pictures in front of the museum. C. Talking loudly when you enjoy the collections. D. Eating and drinking wherever you are. 67. From the passage we learn that ____. A. the museum runs a school and has students of its own B. students can receive different kinds of education here C. part of school education has to be done in the museum D. school programs are only run at weekends and on holidays D British men are abandoning(抛弃,放弃) their stiff (冷漠的、僵硬的)upper lips but still do not wear their hearts on their sleeves like Americans, a new survey showed. When it comes to strong emotion, the once serious British are now happy to shed tears quite openly. “Thirty percent of all British males have cried in the last month. That is a very high figure,” said Peter Marsh, director of the Social Issues Research Center which took the emotional temperature of Britain. “Only two percent said they could not remember when they last cried,” the head of the independent research group said. Long gone is the “No Tears — We’re British” time when emotion was considered distinctly bad form. “In our survey of 2,000 people, very few people in their forties or fifties had seen their father cry. Now it is twice as many,” he told reporters. “Seventy-seven percent of men considered crying in public increasingly acceptable.” Almost half the British men opened the floodgates over a sad movie, book or TV program. Self-pity got 17 percent crying. Nine percent cried at weddings. From the days of Empire, the British have always considered themselves models of reserve ( 含 蓄 缄 默 ) , laughing at “excitable foreigners” who show no

self-control. Marsh argued the divide was still there: “We have probably not caught up with the Americans or the Italians when it comes to the actual display of emotions.” “But we are clearly changing. What we take as typical British reserve has significantly faded(消失)” Women's battle for equal rights has certainly had an effect — both in the workplace and at home. “Men in their twenties or thirties are interacting(相互 影响) with women on equal terms much more than a generation ago. They have to relate to the opposite sex. Women become more man-like and men become more female. That transfers into the work place too,” Marsh said. 68. The underlined phrase wear their hearts on their sleeves means ___________. A. wear their sleeves properly B. express their feeling openly C. put their heart into their work D. have a heart-to-heart discussion 69. The British used to think crying in public ___________. A. natural B. sensible C. unacceptable D. important 70. British men cried most ___________. A. over a sad film B. over self-pity C. at wedding D. at graduation 71. In the last paragraph, the writer mainly discussed ___________. A. the women’s struggle for equal right B. one of the causes of the change C. interacting between men and women D. the changes of women E The so-called post-90s generation have become even much “cooler” than the 1980s group, for they can speak “Martian language”, a difficult code-like language created by themselves. And they probably think it very original and smart. The idea of this language is to prevent the authorities- parents and teachersfrom understanding what is said. Ms. Li, mother of a 15-year-old girl, logged(登录) onto her daughter’s online space and found lines of codes, mixed English, Japanese and half-finished Chinese characters, which looked completely meaningless to her. Her daughter told her that it was “Martian language” and her peers all used it. The new language is becoming very popular in online spaces- so much so that even some translating software has been created to translate the normal language into “Martian language”. A 14-year-old netizen, nicknamed “S._Tangguo”, explained that the language could be created by anyone. “At first, I just copied the language form other people’s articles. Later , I began to create some words by myself. I split (拆 分 )some Chinese characters, or use words that have similar pronunciations to interchange with each other, or even add some English, Japanese or Korean words into

my article, and that makes the new language. My classmates all chat in ‘Martian language’. It’s in style and can help us hide our secrets from our parents or teachers.” Unlike the worried parents, some experts have found positive aspects in the spread of this unusual online language. Wang Haiyong, a psychologist(心理学家),said that there’s no need to be too worried about the phenomenon. This so-called “Martian language” is just a little hobby of the post-90s generation. On the other hand, the new language can inspire children’s imaginations, which is a good thing. However, Wang also advised teachers and parents to give proper guidance to their children, helping them better distinguish between online language and the normative (规范 性的)language of real life. 72. Which has the similar meaning to the underlined word “peer” in Para 3? A. authorities B. children C. experts D. classmates 73. Why do the post-90s generation create “Martian language” according to the passage? A. Because “Martian language” can make them smart. B. Because they want to practise their foreign languages together. C. Because they just want to have fun by playing with the characters and letters. D. Because they can hide their secrets from the authorities. 74. Which of the following statements is NOT one of the ways creating “Martian language” according to the passage? A. Mixing some completely meaningless codes together. B. Separating some Chinese characters into parts. C. Interchanging words that have similar pronunciations. D. Adding some foreign words into the original language. 75. What is the correct attitude we should take towards “Martian language” according to the psychologist? A. Parents should worry about losing control over their children. B. All generations should learn to be cooler by using the new language. C. We should help children understand the difference between the hobby online and the standard language. D. The authorities themselves should try to use the new language. 第二卷 (共 35 分) 第四部分:写作(共 2 节,满分 35 分) 第一节 任务型阅读(共 10 小题;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。注 意:每空格 1 个单词。 Whenever we meet with difficulty or failure, teachers, parents or others often say to us or perhaps we say to ourselves, “Never give up.” These can be encouraging

words and words of determination. A person who believes in himself will keep trying to reach his goal no matter how many times he fails. In my opinion , the quality of determination to succeed is an important one to have. Therefore, I believe that we should never give up. One reason is that if we give up too easily, we will rarely achieve anything. It is not unusual for us to fail in our first attempt at something new, so we should not feel disappointed and should try again. Besides, if we always give up when we fail , we will not be able to develop new skills and grow. Another reason we should never give up is that we can learn from our mistakes so that we can not make the same ones. If we do not try again, the lesson we have learned is wasted. Finally, we should never give up because as we work to reach our goals, we develop confidence, and this confidence can help us succeed in other areas of our lives. If we never challenge ourselves, we will begin to doubt our abilities. In short, it is important that we do not give up when working for our goals. Whether we succeed in the end or not , we will learn something , and what we learn will help us to become better and more confident. Furthermore, if we give up , we have no chance of attaining our goals any more , but if we keep making great efforts, there is always a chance that we will succeed one day. Topic: Never Give Up ? Possible meanings and the author’s opinions ? ? The words “Never give up” can__76__ others or oneself and express one’s determination. A person who wants to ___77___ should have the quality . So we should never give up. If we give up too easily, maybe we will achieve ____79___, so when we fail in our first attempt at something new, we should not___80____ ourselves but try again. Always giving up means that we will not be able to ___81____ any progress. Never giving up will make us learn from the mistakes we’ve made before and learn the ___82____ so as not to make the same mistakes. To reach our goals and develop the confidence which can help us ___83____ourselves, we must not give up but challenge ourselves.

The _____78____ ? ?

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If you give up, you will have no__ 85____of reaching your goals. Never give up and you will attain your goals sooner or later.

第二节 书面表达(满分 25 分)

假定今天你和同学 zhang hua 去阳光敬老院(SUNSHINE NURSING HOME)开展三月学雷锋 活动(送水果、打扫、聊天等)。请你据此用英语写一篇 100~120 词的日记。 1. 日记需包含上述活动内容,可适当增加细节,使全文连贯 2. 老人们的反应 3. 你的感想 Mar.18, 2012 Sunday Fine

答案 听力 1-5 BBAAC 6-10 BCABC 11-15 ACBCA 16-20 BABCA 单项填空 21-25 ACDAD 26-30 DCBDB 31-35 DAACD 完形填空 36-40.DABCC 41-45.AADCD 46-50.CACDB 51-55.DCABD 阅读理解 56-59 DCBD 60-64 BADAA 65-67 CDB 68-71 BCAB 72-75 DDAC 任务型读写 76.encourage 77.succeed 78.reason 79.nothing 80.disappiont/discourage make 82.lesson 83.improve 84. Conclusion85.chance/ opportunity

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