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高二 考试1

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)
21. —Where is Tom this morning?
—He's got a cold.
—________
A. Just tell him to take it easy.         B. What's the matter with him?
C. He is absent.                    D. What? Where is he?
22. This town is so called just ______ a hero in the Anti-Japanese War named Zhao Shangzhi.
A. as a result of   B. in case of    C. with the help of   D. in honor of
23. If Tom had known the plan for the trip, he ______ out alone.
A. would not have gone         B. wouldn't go      
C. may go                    D. should have gone
24. _______ to the man's timely coming, the ______ boy was saved.
A. Thanking; drown               B. Thank; drowned
C. Thanked; drowns               D. Thanks; drowning
25. The research results seem to ______ a connection between poor housing conditions and bad health, but more work must be done to test it.
A. suppose    B. analyse     C. indicate      D. prove
26. ______ she couldn't understand was ______ fewer and fewer students showed interest in her lessons.
A. What; because      B. That; what        C. What; why   D. Why; that
27. His attention which should be paid to ______ is now being drawn to ______ games.
A. studying; play              B. his study; playing  
C. his study; play             D. study; play
28. The news has spread all over the country _____ the spaceship succeeded in returning to the earth.
A. that
     B. which  C. whether  D. what
29. —
 What made her so sad
 —
 _____ she failed in the examination.
A. That       B. Because    C. As        D. Since
30. Christmas is               ; we are in November already.
A. on the way    B. in the way    C. out of the way   D. by the way
31. There was plenty of time. She ______ have hurried.
A. mustn't      B. couldn't     C. needn't       D. wouldn't

32. It is politely requested by the hotel management that radios _______ after 11 o'clock at night.
A. were not played B. not be played C. not to play D. did not play
33. He wanted this question _________.
A. to talk about       B. to be talked  C. to be talked about   D. talking about
 
34. ______ certain that his invention will lead to the development of production.
A. That's     B. It's         C. There's  D. What's
35. I have no idea_______ he will be back.
A. that              B. when           C. that when           D. when that

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,然后从短文后所给各题的四个选项(ABCD), 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。
As my train was delayed for two hours, I had plenty of time to spare.After buying some magazines to read on the journey, I gave my wife a long-distance call, then I  36 my way to the luggage office
(行李房)to collect my heavy suitcase. I had  37 it there three days before. There were only a few people  38, and I took out my wallet to find the receipt(收条) for my case.

The receipt seemed not where I had  39 it. No matter how hard I searched, the receipt was nowhere to be found. When my   40 came. I explained the situation sorrowfully   41 the assistant. The man looked at me up and down as if to say that he had   42 this kind of story many times and asked me to tell him  43 my case was like. I told him it was an old brown-looking object no different   44 the many cases I could see in his office. The assistant then told me to  45 a list of what was  46 in the case. If they were  47 , he said, I could  48 the case away. I tried to remember all the things I had hurriedly   49 into the case and  50 them down as they came to me.
After I had done this, I went to 51 round the office. There were hundreds of  52 there. For one 53 moment, it came to my mind that if someone had picked the receipt he could have easily taken the case already. This had not happened fortunately, for I found the case   54 in the corner. After   55 the things inside, the assistant was satisfied that it was mine, and told me I could take the case away.

36. A. traveled  B. gave   C. had       D. made
37. A. held   B. left       C. found       D.forgotten
38. A. standing  B. crowding   C. waiting    D. talking
39. A. placed   B. found       C. held       D. left
40. A. turn   B. chance       C. way    D. cause
41. A. to    B. for    C. at     D. on
42. A. heard   B. knew    C. realized   D. seen
43. A. how      B. what       C. that    D. all
44. A. from   B. with    C. to     D. among
45. A. take      B. make    C. hold    D. put
46. A. wholly   B. all    C. already   D. mainly
47. A. everything  B. wrong       C. correct    D. all
48. A. take   B. hold    C. bring        D. put
49. A. place   B. put    C. held    D. kept
50. A. took      B. gave    C. wrote    D. had
51. A. go   B. walk    C. run    D. look
52. A. people   B. workers   C. cases      D. assistants
53. A. fearful   B. interesting      C. sad    D. happy
54. A, putting  B. setting       C. placing   D. lying
55. A. seeing   B. examining      C. counting   D. telling

第二部分:阅读理解(共20小题;每小题2分,满分40分)

阅读下面短文,从每题所给的四个选项(ABCD), 选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
A
 
It looks like a mobile phone, but the service is much cheaper. It acts like a mobile phone, but only in your own city. Beyond the city walls, it's useless.

“Little Smart”, also called “xiaolingtong”, has always been compared to mobile phones. But actually, it is more like one of those cordless phones(
无绳电话) used around the home. The only difference is that this one reaches much further than from the bathroom to the living room. It can travel across an entire city.

Cheap costs are the main reason for the success of Little Smart. It  costs 25  yuan a month for the line and about 0.1 yuan per minute to use. A mobile phone, on the other  hand, can cost four or five times as much. What's more, unlike mobile phones, there's no fee(
) for incoming calls. So these low charges have attracted many users.  

But, Little Smart is not really that smart. Users often complain about its bad voice quality. And there are not as many stations to pick up its signals as there are for mobiles. “I couldn't receive a phone call if I was on a bus,” said Li Ping, a user in Hangzhou. “It worked fine when I stood still, but there were breaks in signal when I was moving.”

Scientists are trying to make Little Smart more user-friendly. Messaging and Internet access(
接入) have been added to the service. And the latest Little Smart handset even has color screen.
56. How is the charge of Little Smart?
A. About 10 fen per minute to use.    
B. It costs four or five times more than a mobile phone. 
C. It only costs 25 yuan each month. 
D. There's no fee for calls.
57. Why are users not satisfied with Little Smart?
A. They can't hear each other clearly out of the city.
B. There are so few stations for Little Smart to pick up its signals.
C. When you use it, you must stand up.
D. The charges are low.
58. The underlined word “handset” in the last paragraph means “______”.
A. the hand bag            B. telephone        
C. service                    D. mobile phone
59. What can we infer from the passage?
A. It's wrong to say that Little Smart is smart.  
B. Scientist are trying to make Little Smart smaller. 
C. Little Smart will be better than today. 
D. People will change Little Smart into a mobile phone.

B
SYDNEY 2005-01-01 08:33—Mother of two, Jillian Searle, had to choose between her children when she made a life-or-death decision.

Swept up by mountainous tsunami (
海啸) waves at a Thai resort ( 旅游胜地), she could not hold on to both her young sons and survive. Fighting to stay above the waters, she had to choose which one would have to take his chances in the swirling torrent (漩流).

“I knew I had to let go of one of them and I just thought I'd better let go of the one that's the older,” she told Sky News television in a report broadcast on Thursday . She said she was accompanied by the two boys, Lachie , 5, and two-year-old Blake , and their father , Brad , who had watched the drama helplessly from their first-floor hotel room, when the waves struck. “And I was screaming , trying to find him, and we thought he was dead,” she told reporters on arrival back in Australia. Lachie was found alive about 2 hours later clinging to a door and, looked uninjured as his mother spoke to reporters.

British surfer (
冲浪运动员) Martin Markwell is also a lucky man. He had always dreamed of catching that perfect wave –but when it finally came along, it was a night-mare. He was on his surfboard when he was swept up by a tsunami wave.

“It was really terrible because I was surfing, I was really surfing on a wave I wasn't supposed to be on,” he said. “As an experienced surfer, when I saw the wave come I realized something was wrong, but I couldn't escape because my surfboard was tied to my ankle.”

His wife Vicki and son Jake looked on in horror from a hotel balcony as he crashed towards the shore. Luckily, he stayed on top of his board until he reached the hotel, jumped off and got to safety as the ocean rolled back to feed a much larger tsunami wave on its way. The family regrouped and ran to safety just minutes before a giant tsunami wave 10 metres high.

60
When the waves struck, the father Brad         .
A
reported the disaster to Sky News television
B
was watching a drama play on TV in the hotel
C
tried to find his son lost in the waters
D
watched things going on, unable to do anything
61
The underlined word “him” refers to         .
A
an old man  BLachie   CBrad  DBlake
62
Which of the following is wrong ?
A
Lachie and Martin were both with their family members when the disaster happened.
B
Lachie and Martin both survived from the high waves when tsunami struck.
C
Lachie and Martin were both travelers from Europe on holiday in Thailand.
D
Lachie and Martin were both alive owing to their good luck.
63
The best title of this news story would be         .
A
Narrow Escape   BDisaster Caused by Tsunami
C
Exciting Surfing Experience  DStruggle Against Tsunami

C
More American people take their troubles with them on holiday, according to a new survey. Although 40 percent said that the main reason for going away is to escape pressure (
压力) from work, almost all said they worry more than they do at home. Only four in every 100 said that they are happy and free of care.

The most common worry is burglary (
入室盗窃) , with four out of 10 worrying about their homes being broken into while they're abroad. More than a quarter fear they will feel crazy with some other noisy and rough holiday-makers and 22 percent worry they may be attacked or their possessions will be missing. One in five think the car may break down; and the same number worry about the chances of bad weather.

The survey also showed that the stay-at-home Americans are no more. Three out of every five want to have a holiday abroad, a great increase from the figures only three years ago. The hotel holiday is still a winner, with about one third of all Americans preferring to go on a self-catering (
自助 ) holiday.

64. The underlined word “survey” in the first paragraph most probably means ______.
A. research     B. review    C. exhibition     D. examination
65. According to the text, about ______ of people worry more on holiday than when they are at home.
A. 25%            B. 40%      C. 80%           D. 95%
66. The third most common worry of American holiday-makers is that they may ______.
A. be attacked or lose their possessions   
B. have problems with their cars on the road
C. have bad weather on holiday        
D. get mixed with some rough fellow holiday-makers
67. Where do American holiday-makers like to stay most?
A. At a hotel.                 B. In a quiet place.         
C. At a friend's house.         D. Where they can cook for themselves.    
     
D
The private automobile(
私家车) has long played an important role in the United States. In fact, it has become a necessary and important part of the American way of life. In 1986, sixty-nine percent of American families owned at least one car, and thirty-eight percent had more than one. By giving workers rapid transportation, the automobile has freed them from having to live near their place of work. This has encouraged the growth of the cities, but it has also led to traffic problems.

For farm families the automobile is very helpful. It has made it possible for them to travel to town very often for business and for pleasure, and also to transport their children to distant schools.

Family life has been affected in various ways. The car helps to keep families together when it is used for picnics, outings, and other shared experiences. However, when teenage children have the use of the car, their parents can't keep an eye on them. There is a great danger if the driver has been drinking alcohol or taking drugs—or is “showing off ” by speeding or breaking other traffic laws. Mothers of victims(
受害者) of such accidents have formed an organization called MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving). These women want to prevent further tragedies(悲剧). They have worked to encourage the government to limit the youngest drinking age. Students have formed a similar organization, SADD(Students Against Drunk Driving) and are  spreading the same message among their friends.

For many Americans the automobile is a necessity. But for some, it is also a mark of social position and for young people, a sign of becoming an adult. Altogether, cars mean very much to Americans.

68.Which of the following is NOT mentioned in the text?
A. Cars have encouraged the growth of the cities.
B. Cars can bring families together when they go for picnics.
C. Cars have enabled people to live far from their place of work.
D. Cars help city families to transport their children to faraway schools.
69.What has been done to deal with the problem of drunk driving?
A. Parents have paid more attention to their children.
B. Some organizations have been set up against drunk driving.
C. Mothers have tried to persuade their children not to drink alcohol.
D. University students have asked the government to solve the problem.
70.We can infer from the text that __________ in America.
A. it will be more difficult for people to get new cars.
B. parents will not allow their children to have their own cars.
C. the government will encourage people to use public transportation.
D. cars will still be popular though they have caused many problems.


E
Many teenagers feel that the most important people in their lives are their friends. They believe that their family members, especially their parents, don't know them as well their friends do. In large families, it is often for brothers and sisters to fight with each other and then they can only go to their friends for advice. It is very important for teenagers to have one good friend or many friends. Even when they are not with their friends, they usually spend a lot of time talking among themselves on the phone. This communication is very important in children's growing up, because friend can discuss something difficult to say to their family members.
However, parents often try to choose their children's friends for them. Some parents may even stop their children from meeting their good friends. The question of “choice” is an interesting one. Have you ever thought of the following questions?

Who choose your friends?
Do you choose your friends or your friends choose you?
Have you got a good friend your parents don't like?

71.  Many teenagers think their _______ know them better than their parents do.
A. friends     B. teachers      
C. brothers and sisters     D. classmates
72. When teenagers stay alone, the usual way of communication is to _________.
A. go to their friends           B. talk with their parents
C. have a discussion with their family   
D. talk with their friends on the phone
73. Which of the following is DIFFERENT in meaning from the sentence “Some parents may even stop their children from meeting their good friends.”?
A. Some parents may even not allow their children to meet their good friends.
B. Some parents may even ask their chil¬dren to stay away from their good friends.
C. Some parents may even not let their children meet their good friends.
D. Some parents may want their children to stop to meet their good friends.
74.  Which of the following sentences is TRUE?
A. Parents should like everything their chil¬dren enjoy.
B. In all families, children can choose everything they like.
C. Parents should try their best to understand their children better.
D. Teenagers can only go to their friends for help.
75.  The main idea of this passage is that ___________.
A. Teenagers need friends 
B. Friends can give good advice
C. Parents often choose their children's friends for them
D. Good friends can communicate with each other  
 
  
本试卷共分三大部分,总分150分,时间120分钟
卷(选择题共115分,请将答案涂在答题卡上)
第三部分:(共二节,满分35分)
第一节:短文改错(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)
此题要求改正所给短文的错误。对标有题号的每一行作出判断:如无错误,在该行右边横线上划一个勾();如有错误(每行只有一个错误),则按下列情况改正:
该行多一个词:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉,在该行右边横线上写出该词,并也用斜线划掉。
该行缺一个词: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。
该行错一个词: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。
 Guan Qi, a 21-years-old college student from Jilin  76.___                                                          
Province, had won the Miss China 2003 beauty pageant  77.

                                                          
(
选美 ) in Sanya, Hainan Province, on September 21.   78.______      

Besides judged on their looks, the 32 competitors       79._____

                                                      
were tested on their written ability, English skills,      80._______     
team-work and generally knowledge. Miss Guan Qi     81._______    
impressed the judges who present with her excellent     82._______    
replies during the question or answer section. She will   83._______     

represent(代表) Chinese in the final of Miss World      84._______   
to be holding in Sanya on December 6.               85._______    

第二节:书面表达(满分25分)
高二(3)班的同学进行了一场有关英语学习的讨论。讨论的题目是:学习英语要不要从儿童时期开始?请你根据下表中的提示写一篇短文,介绍讨论的情况。
注意:1、文章的起始句已给出。
2、词数:100字左右(不包括起始句)。
3、参考词汇:基础      foundation
      汉语拼音  Chinese Pinyin
一些同学认为 
1、应从儿童时期开始学英语 
2、儿童时期记忆力好,可以记住很多单词 
3、能为以后的英语学习打下坚实的基础 
另一些同学认为
1、不应从儿童时期开始学习英语
2、儿童时期既要学汉语拼音,又要学英语,易混淆
3、会影响汉语学习和今后的英语学习
讨论未取得一致意见
The students of Class 3, Grade 2 had a discussion about whether it is necessary to start learning English from childhood.   

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