佳二中 2015—2016 学年度上学期期末考试 高一英语试卷
命题教师：尤 颖 审题教师:孙玉才
考试说明：本试卷分第Ⅰ卷（选择题）和第Ⅱ卷（非选择题）两部分，满分 150 分，考试时 间 120 分钟。 答题前，考生先将自己的姓名、准考证号码填写清楚； 请按照题号顺序在各题目的答题区域内作答，在草稿纸、试题上答题无效。 保持卡面清洁，不得折叠，不要弄破、弄皱，不准使用涂改液、刮纸刀。
第Ⅰ卷（选择题） 第一部分 听力（共两节 20 小题） 第一节 (共 5 小题) 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 do we know about the woman’s family? A. Her mother is tall. B. Her father has blonder（金黄色的） hair. C. Her brother is younger than her. 2. What did the man do as a high school student? A.He went to parties on the weekends. B.He attended activities at school. C.He failed many exams. 3.What are the speakers mainly discussing? A. A car crash. B. A funny guy. C. A car advertisement.
4.When is Tyrone’s birthday party? A. On the 13th. B. On the 16th. C. On the 17th.
5.What will the speakers do after watching a movie?
A. Have dinner.
B. Type the reports. C. Help Tony with his work.
第二节（共 15 小题） 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 至 7 题。 6. Which city does the woman stay in now? A. Vancouver. B. San Francisco. C. Seattle.
7. What does Mike do? A. A student. B. A teacher. C. A travel agent.
听第 7 段材料，回答第 8 至 9 题。 8.Where does the woman want to spend the vacation? A. At home. B. On a beach. C. On an island.
9. What’s the relationship between the speakers? A. Classmates. B. Husband and wife. C. Boss and clerk（雇员）.
听第 8 段材料，回答第 10 至 12 题。 10.How did the woman feel at first when making cakes? A. Glad. B. Upset. C. Tired.
11. What happened to the cakes? A. They were burnt. B. They were eaten by someone. C. They were dropped on the ground. 12. How did the woman solve the problem? A. She made the cakes again. B. She asked her sister for help. C. She bought some cakes in a store. 听第 9 段材料，回答第 13 至 16 题。 13. Where will the woman go next week? A. To the Great Britain. B. To the United States. C. To Australia.
14. What does the woman like most about her job?
A. The chance of meeting different people. B. The chance of traveling around the world. C. The chance of experiencing the big news event. 15. How did the woman get to know her boyfriend? A. She ran into him in Hong Kong. B. Her sister introduced him to her. C. They met when studying at the same university. 16. What will the woman do when she wants to relax? A. Cook for herself. B. Go for a sail. C. Go fishing.
听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. Why is the speaker usually hungry by lunchtime? A. She never eats snacks in the morning. B. She only has a drink for breakfast. C. She seldom has breakfast. 18. When does the speaker’s lunchtime end? A. At about 1:15. B. At about 2:00. C. At about 2:15. 19. What does the speaker always drink in the daytime? A. Tea. B. Water. C. Coffee.
20. When does the speaker have the richest meal? A. In the morning. B. In the afternoon. C. In the evening.
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，从每题给出的四个选项 A、B、C、D 中，选出最佳选项。 A The painter Georgia O’Keeffe was born in Wisconsin in 1887 and grew up on her family’s farm. At seventeen she decided to be an artist and left the farm for schools in Chicago and New York, but she never lost her connection with the land. Like most painters, O’Keeffe painted the things that were most important to her, and nearly all her works are simplified portrayals(写生) of nature. O’Keeffe became famous when her paintings were discovered and exhibited in New York by the photographer Alfred Stieglitz, whom she married in 1924. During a visit to New Mexico in 1929, O’Keeffe was so moved by the landscape and broad skies of the western desert that she began to
paint its images. When her husband died in 1946, she moved to New Mexico and used the desert, colorful flowers, rocks, hills, and the sky as subjects for her paintings. Although O’Keeffe painted her best known works in the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s, she continued to produce works to the western desert until her death in 1986. O’Keeffe is widely considered to have been a pioneering American modernist painter. While most early modern American artists were strongly influenced by European art, O’Keeffe’s position was more independent. She established her own style. Almost from the beginning, her work was more American than other painters in color, light, space and natural forms. 21. The main idea of this passage is that __________. A. O’Keeffe was an extraordinary modern American painter B. O’Keeffe was the best painter of her generation C. O’Keeffe liked to paint what was familiar to her D. O’Keeffe used colors and shapes that are too simple 22. Alfred Stieglitz ________. A. was a film director C. died in 1986 B. married O’Keeffe in 1924 D. became famous when his paintings were exhibited in New York
23. Which of the following is most similar to O’Keeffe’s relationship with nature? A. A photographer’s relationship with a model. B. A writer’s relationship with a publisher. C. A student’s relationship with a book. D. A carpenter’s relationship with a hammer. 24. Why is O’Keeffe considered an artistic pioneer? A. Because her work became influential in Europe. B. Because she painted the American Southwest. C. Because her paintings had a definite American style. D. Because she painted things that were familiar to her. B A small piece of fish each day may keep the heart doctor away. That’s the finding of a scientific study of Dutch men in which deaths from heart disease were more than 50 percent lower among those who ate at least an ounce of salt water fish per day than those who never ate fish.
The Dutch research is one of three human studies that hold the belief that eating fish can provide health benefits, particularly to the heart. Heart disease is the number-one killer in the United States, with more than 550,000 deaths from heart attacks each year. But researchers have noticed that the rate of heart disease is lower in countries that eat more fish than Americans do. There are fewer heart disease deaths, for example, among the Eskimos of Greenland, who eat about 14 ounces of fish a day, and among the Japanese, who daily eat fish about more than 3 ounces. For 20 years, the Dutch study followed 852 middle-aged men, 20 percent of whom ate no fish. At the start of the study, the average fish consumption (消耗) was about two-thirds of an ounce each day with more men eating thin fish than fatty fish. During the next two decades(十年), 78 of the men died from heart disease. The fewest deaths were among the group who regularly ate fish, even far lower than those of the Japanese or Eskimos. This relationship was true, not considering other factors(因素) such as age, high blood pressure, or blood cholesterol. 25. Which of the following is NOT true according to the text? A. The Dutch research has proved that eating fish can help to prevent heart disease. B. Heart doctors won’t call at your house so long as you keep eating fish each day. C. Among all the diseases, heart disease is the most dangerous in America. D. There is a low rate of heart disease in Japan and Greenland. 26. The text is mainly about ________. A. the high rate of heart disease B. the great changed in people’s diet C. the fish consumption in some countries D. the influence of fish eating on people’s health 27. How many lives could probably be saved each year in the United States by eating fish according to the Dutch study? A. 152,000 B. 110,000 C. 275,000 D. 550,000
28. We can conclude that _______. A. heart disease usually happens in America B. no heart disease happens in Japan and Greenland C. high blood pressure can make people die
D. eating fish regularly can make people live longer C “No Other Story,” by Dr. Cuthbert Soup. $16.99. Ages 8-12. This is the third book in a series that tells the story of the Cheeseman family, which is dad Ethan Cheeseman and his three “smart, polite and attractive children.” (The reason why there is no mother is central to the story, which is about time travel, dinosaurs and delicious ice cream.) Even if you haven’t read the earlier books in the series, you’ll find this story exciting and mostly laugh-out-loud funny. “The Santa Trap,” by Jonathan Emmett. $15.95. Age 5 and older. We’re really hoping that none of you reading this is as bad a kid as Bradley Bartleby. Because even Santa (圣诞老人) finds it hard to put Bradley on a “nice” list. In fact, Santa won’t give Bradley anything but socks, and bad, bad Bradley is bored. So he sets out to trap Santa and steal all the toys that Santa is carrying for good girls and boys. This funny story will have you talking about the importance of “being good.” “Let’s Make Some Great Fingerprint Art,” by Marion Deuchars. $14.95. Age 5 and older. All you need to enjoy this book is your finger, and ink pad(印台) and your imagination. Do you know that two thumbprints(拇指的指纹) can create a heart or that those same two prints can create pigs, cats or bees? The book is filled with clever ideas, but we think the best part is that it will help you come up with more of your own. “Twelve Kinds of Ice,” by Ellen Bryan Obed. $16.99. Age 8 and older. This is a short (just 64 pages) and beautifully pictured book that tells the story of one winter’s worth of ice. It starts with the thin ice that forms on a bottle of water and continues with the ice that is perfect for a skating party. Even when winter draws to a close and the ice has turns into water, you know that some ice always remains: the ice of your memories. This book will have you hoping for a pair of skates under the tree and cold days this winter. 29. Bradley Bartleby __________. A. helps Santa hand out gifts C. makes Santa angry 30. The book “Twelve Kinds if Ice”________. A. is a thick book B. has beautiful pictures B. gets nothing from Santa D. steals Santa’s toys
C. is the cheapest of the four
D. is about the ice on a skating area
31. If 5-year-old Alice wants to create something herself, she may be interested in the book written by ________. A. Ellen Bryan Obed C. Marion Deuchars B. Jonathan Emmett D. Cuthbert Soup
32. In which part of a newspaper can we find the text? A. Arts. B. Travel. C. Science. D What made people call banana a banana and a pineapple a pineapple and not something else? Actually there is a reason behind the names given to each and everything; be it a fruit, vegetable, an animal or lifeless things like stars, planets, etc. However, sometimes the names are misleading. Take the example of pineapple: it doesn’t come from a pine tree, nor is it an apple. The pineapple is native of southern Brazil and Paraguay in South America. Native Indians spread this fruit, called Ananas, through South and Central America to the West Indies. In 1493, Columbus, on his voyage to the Caribbean, found the fruit on the island of Guadaloupe. To the European eye, this curious new fruit had a rough appearance like a pinecone(松塔) and inside the fruit had a firm center core like an apple. So combining the two they called it “pineapple”. In Europe, sweets and fresh tropical(热带的) fruit were not common. They were transported at great cost from various voyages and journeys. In such conditions, this ripe yellow fruit, which was bursting with natural sweetness, made the pineapple a popular fruit. It was such a luxury that King CharlesⅡof England ordered to paint a picture where he is seen receiving a pineapple as a gift! For many years after, rich Europeans carefully grew the pineapple in their own greenhouses. 33. The question asked in the first paragraph is used to _________. A. tell the difference between bananas and pineapples B. express the puzzlement of the writer C. ask readers to give a clear answer D. attract readers’attention to the topic 34. Where are pineapples earliest grown? A. South America. B. Northern Africa. D. Literature.
C. North America. 35. The passage mainly tells us _______.
D. The West Indies.
A. what helps pineapples spread around the world B. why pineapples have natural sweetness C. where it is suitable to plant pineapples D. how the pineapple gets its name and its spreading 第二节 (共 5 小题; 每小题 2 分, 满分 10 分) 根据短文，从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。 Five steps to better handwriting Some kids love handwriting, but others hate when it’s time to put their pen to paper. Maybe the y are worried about their handwriting. Are you one of them? really work! Get a great grasp Try this---hold your pencil at the top and try to write your name. Pretty hard? But when you hold your pencil the correct way, writing is much easier. thumb(拇指), and your index(食指) and middle fingers. Let the lines be your guide Lined paper is your friend! Those lines can help you create letters that are the right size. __38__ Also be sure to fill up the lined space completely. Those capital letters should be from the bottom line to the top one. Slow down If your handwriting is hard to read, try slowing down a little. If you rush, it’s hard to control where you stop and start your letters. Lower the pressure 39 too tightly. 40 Lots of games require you to write or draw pictures. So even though it’s not school work, you’re still using the skills you need to control your pen better. A. Play games. That makes it harder to make the smooth lines. Try easing up and don’t hold the pencil 37 Hold it in place with your 36 Here are five steps that
B. Ask for more advice. C. So “a” should be half the height of a capital “A”. D. You’ve been writing since you were a little kid. E. Some kids press down really hard when they write. F. The good news is that everyone can improve their handwriting. G. The best way to hold a pen or pencil is to let rest next to the base of your thumb. 第三部分 英语知识运用（共两节，满分 45 分） 第一节 完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分） 请认真阅读下面短文，从短文后各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项。 I’d been proud that I’d never lost my cell phone until my husband Jack got a call one evening. We went to visit a friend in hospital last year. When Jack’s from my 42 . She asked if I had 43 41 rang, it was my mother calling 44 !
my mobile. I checked my purse. It was 45
I used Jack’s phone to call my number. Then a boy, whom I’ll call Rhys, phone!” he said, excitedly. “I have been trying to find you, but decided to leave.” He gave me the address of a Later that evening, I went to 47 near his home. 46
it. “I found your
it was getting late, I
48 him there. I didn’t dare to go
49 , worrying this was some 51 .
cheater. So Jack came along. After 50 10km, we got to the coffee shop which Rhys My 52 were gone. Rhys was just a young boy. “How did you 53
my mum?” I asked. He
54 that when he found my mobile by the roadside, he started calling people in my list of contacts. But all they 55 was my mobile phone number --- which didn’t 56 . He’d called many
names, starting with the letter A. Finally he got Adam, one of my friends, who 57 my house. I was 58 to get my phone back with all the contacts, messages and photos I could have lost to Rhys and offered him some money, but he 60 .
forever. I was so 59
As we drove back, we praised Rhys for his honesty. 41.A. electric car 42.A. hospital 43.A. found 44.A. gone 45.A. accepted 46.A. before B. mobile phone B. company B. changed B. new B. returned B. because C. radio C. school C. lost C. busy C. got C. after D. doorbell D. home D. bought D. broken D. answered D. if
47.A. coffee shop 48.A. follow 49.A. slowly 50.A. driving 51.A. talked about 52.A. difficulties 53.A. remember 54.A. realized 55.A. had 56.A. happen 57.A. called 58.A. sorry 59.A. useful 60.A. missed
B. post office B. meet B. back B. running B. looked for B. fears B. know B. repeated B. noticed B. matter B. visited B. glad B. strange B. appeared
C. hotel C. catch C. alone C. walking C. heard of C. diseases C. tell C. explained C. expected C. help C. shared C. sad C. grateful C. agreed
D. supermarket D. punish D. finally D. riding D. knew about D. hopes D. understand D. believed D. finished D. fit D. sold D. proud D. polite D. refused
第Ⅱ卷（非选择题，共 50 分） 第三部分 英语知识运用（共两节，满分 45 分） 第二节（共 10 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 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。 It was now raining heavily. My husband was away. I did not want to ask anyone else to go with me. So I went to the hospital by 61 . I was taken to a small room. Lina quietly on a table. This wasn’t 63 first time Lina had taken too many pills. I knew she would sleep deeply for about twelve hours 64 the drugs had stopped doing its harm. I sat down by Lina’s side and watched her sleep. The room was still. I looked around. The room seemed familiar. “Have I been here before?” I wondered. I looked around 65 . “I’m sure I’ve 62 (lie) sleeping
been in this room,” I told myself. Then I remembered. It was in this very room that I gave birth 66 Lina seventeen years ago. 67 happy I was then! 68 (health) and nice child. “What has turned her into a 69 (take) drugs
Lina used to be such a bright,
drug-taker?” I asked myself. “And why are millions of young people like her
to destroy themselves? There must be something it?” 第四部分 写作 (共两节，满分 35 分)
70 (serious) wrong with our society. What is
第一节 改错（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） 该短文共有十处错误,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：在缺词处加一个漏字符号( ＾), 并在此符号下面写出该加的词。 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、每处错误及其修改均仅限一词； 2、只允许修改十处, 多者(从第 11 处起) 不计分。 I often read English aloud and trying to learn something importance by heart.
It help me remember what I have learned and form a good habit of thinking in
English. I listen a lot and communicate with others with English. In this way,
I have been improved both my listening ability and my speaking English. I keep
a diary in English every day and my written English is becoming better and better.
I also try my best learn the necessary grammar knowledges. And gradually, I can
express myself correct. That’s what I have been learning English.
第五部分：书面表达(满分 25 分) 请根据以下提示，以“No Smoking”为题写一篇说明文。包括以下内容： 1.现状：众所周知，吸烟有害健康，但目前仍有很多人在吸烟。女性和学生数量在增加。 2.危害：吸烟可导致多种疾病，如心脏病，肺癌等。更可怕的是，每年全世界都有几百万人 死于与吸烟有关的疾病。同时吸烟还可导致空气污染，影响他人健康。 3.吸烟对健康有百害而无一利。为了自己和周围人的健康，吸烟者应该下决心戒烟，不吸烟
者要远离烟草。 注意： 词数 100 左右； 可适当增加细节，以使行文连贯。
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70. seriously 72. importance---important 73.help---helps 74.with English---in English 78.knowledges---knowledge
75.been 去掉 76.speaking---spoken 79.correct---correctly No Smoking
77. best learn 中间加 to
Smoking is harmful to health, as is known to us all. But at present there are still a lot of people smoking cigarettes. And the number of women and students is increasing. Smoking can do great harm. Many smokers suffer many terrible illnesses such as heart disease and lung cancer. What’s more, millions of smokers die from smoking every year in the world. Meanwhile, smoking can cause air pollution and does harm to others. Smoking is no good for health. Therefore, for the health of smokers themselves and also the people around them, all the smokers should try their best to stop smoking and those who haven’t smoked should keep away from cigarettes.