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四川省宜宾市第一中学2015-2016学年高二上学期第13周周练英语试题

四川省宜宾市第一中学2015-2016学年高二上学期第13周周练英语试题

四川省宜宾市一中 2014 级 2015-2016 学年上学期第 13 周 英语试题
一 完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最 佳选项。 Jenkins was a jeweler, who had made a large diamond (钻石)ring worth £57,000 for the Silkstone Jewellery Shop. When it was ready, he made a copy of it which looked 1 like the first one but was worth only£2,000. This he took to the shop, which 2 it without a question. Jenkins gave the much more 3 ring to his wife for her fortieth birthday. Then, the husband and wife 4 to Paris for a weekend. As to the 5 ring, the shop sold it for£60,000. Six months later the buyer 6 it back to Silkstone's office. "It's a faulty (有 瑕疵的) diamond,” he said. "It isn't worth the high 7 I paid." Then he told them the 8 . His wife's car had caught fire in an 9 . She had escaped , 10 the ring had fallen off and been damaged in the great 11 of the fire. The shop had to 12 . They knew that no fire on earth can 13 damage a perfect diamond. Someone had taken the 14 diamond and put a faulty one in its place. The question was: who 15 it? A picture of the ring appeared in the 16 . A reader thought he 17 the ring. The next day, another picture appeared in the papers which 18 a famous dancer walking out to a plane for Paris. Behind the dancer there was a woman 19 a large diamond ring. “Do You know the 20 with the lovely diamond ring?" the papers asked their readers. Several months later, Jenkins was sentenced to seven years in prison. 1. A. only B. surely C. nearly D. exactly 2. A. accepted B. received C. refused D. rejected 3. A. real B. modern C. worthy D. valuable 4. A. flew B. drove C. sailed D. bicycled 5. A. first B. second C. last D. next 6. A. sold B. posted C. brought D. returned 7. A. cost B. money C. price D. value 8. A. facts B. matters C. questions D. results 9. A. affair B. accident C. incident D. experience 10. A. so B. or C. but D. and 11. A. pile B. heat C. power D. pressure 12. A. think B. agree C. permit D. promise 13. A. almost B. even C. just D. ever 14. A. real B. pure C. right D. exact 15. A. copied B. made C. stole D. did 16. A. notices B. magazines C. newspapers D. programmes 17. A. saw B. knew C. found D. recognized

18. A. showed 19. A. carrying 20. A. dancer

B. drew B. dressing B. woman

C. printed C. wearing C. reader

D. carried D. holding D. jeweller

二 阅读理解(共 7 小题;每小题 2 分,共 14 分) A What does family mean to you? Could you capture it in a photograph? If so, our great new competition is for you! All you have to do is take a picture that sums up your sense of family life. The competition will be judged by the RD (Reader’s Digest) team and award-winning

photographer Barry Marsden. To get your creative juices flowing, here are two of our regular photographers’ tips for taking great pictures.

Pal Hansen

The most important thing is to carry a camera around with you at all times. Use manual (手动的) settings as much as possible. Now that everything is digital I’d also say, “Shoot as much as possible,” because it doesn’t cost anything.

Michelle McCarron

Kids find wonder in the simplest things, so as a photographer it helps to be ready for those moments. The connection across generations is sometimes best captured in a photograph. Frame your subject well. Get close to the action, or your subject, and choose your angle (角度) carefully. A slightly odd angle can make a photo different.

HOW TO ENTER

★ Take a clear photo with either a phone or digital camera. Send it to

rdphotocomp@readersdigest. co.uk by 5 pm, August 30, 2014. Please include a brief
explanation of who’s in the entry (参赛作品).

★There are two categories — one for adults and one for under-18s.

★In the adult category, the winner will receive ?500. The under-18 winner will receive ?250 of high-street vouchers (代金券) for a store of their choice.

Rules:

Please make sure that pictures are not published before.

If you are under 16 you must ask your parent’s permission to enter this competition.

We will use entries in all print and electronic media. We cannot return your entry. Entry is not open to employees of Vivat Direct Ltd (trading as Reader’s Digest) and all other persons associated with this competition, their immediate families, and relatives living in an employee’s household. The judges’ decision is final.

21. What do we know about the photo competition? A. It is designed for readers of RD.

B. Entries must be about family.

C. Photos must be taken by a camera.

D. Pal Hansen is one of its judges.

22. To take part in the competition, one should _____.

A. be 18 years old or above

B. send in his entry in August

C. ask his family’s permission entry

D. give a description of his

23. According to the text, winners of the competition will _____.

A. each win£500

B. get their entries back

C. see their pictures published

D. be offered some vouchers

B

He runs from explosions, drives over waterfalls and jumps from tall buildings. That might sound like Superman, but stuntman (特技演员) Vince Deadrick Jr. is very much human.

As a stuntman in movies and television shows, Deadrick admits he’s no stranger to getting hurt. He has suffered broken bones, bled, gotten knocked out and nearly fallen to his death, but he considers himself lucky to be alive after some of the stunts he has performed.

Deadrick has been a stunt coordinator (协调员) for the Nickelodeon channel for 12 years. He has worked with famous actors, directors and producers, and he has traveled all over the world. But that doesn’t mean his work is easy.

It took him years of hard work to get where he is today. Deadrick’s father, Vince Deadrick Sr., was also a stuntman, but his family connection didn’t give Deadrick a free pass into the movie business. He learned from his dad how to set up cardboard boxes and fall pads for high falls, and he started training on his own once he decided to follow in his father’s footsteps.

As a stunt coordinator, Deadrick takes danger seriously. When he hires a new stunt performer, he looks for a professional.

“You’re only as good as the people you hire,” he says. A stuntman needs to know his own abilities and limitations so he won’t shy away from doing his best but also won’t be such a daredevil (铤而走险的人) that he could hurt himself or others.

When the actors and stuntmen are going to do something dangerous, they need to know they’re trusting the right person. With over 40 years in the business, Deadrick is an expert at making stunts both realistic and safe.

Though he has a large amount of responsibility, Deadrick loves his job.

“I’m in a position where I have to make decisions on risk factors, keeping the actors and stuntmen safe while still making it look impressive. I love my business, and I love the excitement.”

24. It can be inferred from Paragraph 2 that Deadrick is _____.

A. careless unfortunate

B. optimistic D. generous

C.

25. What do we know about Deadrick’s path to success?

A. He picked up his stunt skills from a stuntman.

B. He made it with hard work and great effort.

C. His dad offered him great encouragement.

D. His dad led him into the movie business.

26. When hiring stuntmen, Deadrick _____.

A. can’t be too careful

B. prefers the fearless ones

C. likes those with no limitations

D. puts experience above all else

27. What does Deadrick think of his job?

A. Hard and boring.

B. Easy and attractive.

C. Skilled but relaxing.

D. Challenging but exciting.

三 、补全段落(共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) 根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。 Four benefits of writing by hand

Today is National Handwriting Day! Although we don’t write like we used to, here are four ways handwriting is still helpful.

It’s better for learning.

28 brain.

That’s because putting ink to paper stimulates (刺激) the One study from 2010 found that the brain areas related to learning “lit

up” much more when kids were asked to write words like “spaceship” by hand versus just studying the word closely.

29

Many famous authors prefer writing by hand to the use of a typewriter or computer. Writer Susan Sontag once said that she penned her first drafts (草稿) before typing ” A 2009 study seems to support

them up for editing later. She said, “ 30

Sontag’s preference for writing by hand: Elementary school students who wrote essays with a pen not only wrote more than their keyboard-tapping friends, but they also wrote faster and in more complete sentences.

It will prevent you from being distracted.

The computer in front of you is really a distraction.

31

In 2012,

scientists even suggested that taking five-minute breaks to browse Tumblr or BuzzFeed could make you a more productive worker. However, when it’s time to work on that essay, have only a pen and paper in front of you.

It keeps your brain sharp as you get older.

32

According to

The Wall Street Journal, some physicians say that

the act of writing is good exercise for those who want to keep their minds sharp as they age.

A. It makes you a better writer.

B. Writing is good for your brain.

C. Of course, the Internet isn’t all bad.

D. I like the slowness of writing by hand.

E. Try writing by hand at least 20 minutes each day.

F. Many writers have a preference for writing by hand.

G. One of the most effective ways to study is to rewrite your notes by hand.

28________ 29________ 30________ 31_________ 32__________

四、 语法填空 (10 小题, 每题 1.5 分,共 15 分) 阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当的内容(不多于 3 个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。

Dear Sir or Madam,

I have recently read about your organization in the local newspaper. 33. ________ my opinion, you are doing a great job and giving a great opportunity to people with a desire to help people 64. ________ (live) in absolute poverty.

I have just graduated from the Pedagogical University and got 35. ________ bachelor’s degree. My aunt left me fifteen thousand dollars in her will and in memory of 36. ________ I have decided to share my knowledge and volunteer to teach English to people 37. ________ can’t afford it.

Moreover I also speak French well and I once 38. ________ (teach) both English and French in school.

It 39. ________ (mention) in the article of your newspaper that the work of Cultural Expeditions covers countries in Africa. 40. ________ it is possible I would like to work in Nigeria for one year from September 15th.

I am sending my CV (个人简历) where you can find all the information about my 41. ________ (educate) and references.

If you have any questions you can get in touch with me via my email or phone number 42. ________ (write) in my CV.

I am looking forward to your reply.

Yours sincerely,

Mary Keys of module 2 test 一、完型填空(30 分) 1—5 DADAB 6—10 CCABC 11—15 BBDAD 16—20 CDACB 二、阅读理解(14 分) 21—23 BDC 24—27 BBAD 三、补全段落(10) 28—32 GADCB 四、语法填空(15 分) 33. In that 34. living 35. a 36. Her 37. who /

38. Taught

39. was mentioned

40. If

41. education

42. written

英语学科双向细目表 高二必修五 Module2 检测题 题号 1 2 3 4 分值 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 考点 副词辨析 动词辨析 形容词辨析 动词辨析 识记 理解 √ √ √ √ 简单运用 综合运用 难易程度 中 中 难 难

5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42

1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5

序数词辨析 动词辨析 名词辨析 名词辨析 名词辨析 连词辨析 名词辨析 动词辨析 副词辨析 形容词辨析 动语辨析 名词辨析 动词辨析 动词辨析 动词辨析 名词辨析 文章细节 文章细节 推断 推断 文章细节 文章细节 文章细节 短语辨析 名词辨析 代词辨析 非谓语动词 固定搭配 副词 介词 时态 固定搭配 非谓语动词 连词 时态 代词 形容词比较级 名词单复数 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √

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中 难 中 中 中 中 中 易 易 中 难 中

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中 易 中 中 难 中 难 中 中 易 中 易 难 中 难 中 中 易 中 易 中 难 中 中 难 易


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