福建省邵武市第七中学2014-2015学年高二上学期第一次月考英语试题


福建邵武市七中 2014—2015 学年度高二第一次月考

英 语 试 题
(考试时间:120 分钟 满分:150 分)

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选择题(共三部分,满分 115 分)

第一部分 听力(共两节,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 l0 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. Who reread these papers? A. The man. B. The woman. C. Another man. 2. What does the man think of the woman’s story? A. Ridiculous(荒谬的) .B. Satisfactory. C. Exciting. 3. Where are the speakers most probably? A. At a post office. B. At a railway station. C. At a local hotel. 4. What will the man probably do next? A. Go upstairs. B. Park his car. C. Reserve a room. 5. What probably is the woman? A. A shop assistant. B. A tourist guide. C. A bank clerk. 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 caused the man’s problem? A. Worry. B. Wound. C. Overwork. 7. What probably is the woman? A. A nurse. B. A doctor. C. A teacher. 听第 7 段材料,回答第 8 至 10 题。 8. Why couldn’t the man sleep last night? A. Martin was too noisy. B. He quarreled with someone. C. He was too exciting. 9. Who ought to cook tonight? A. The man. B. The woman. C. Martin.

10. What do we know about Martin? A. He is a house builder. B. He’s the man’s roommate. C. He is the woman’s boyfriend. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 11 至 13 题。 11. What does the man ask about first? A. A hotel. B. A bank. C. A restaurant. 12. How does the woman suggest the man getting to town? A. By bus. B. By train. C. By taxi. 13. Where is the Peninsula? A. At the railway station. B. In downtown. C. Beside the airport. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 14 至 16 题。 14.What is the woman’s speech about? A. Methods of making an outline. B. Ways to make a speech. C. Shakespeare’s works. 15.What does the man suggest the woman do thirdly? A. Write an outline. B. Collect materials. C. Choose a specific topic. 16. When is the deadline to turn in the topic? A. Next Tuesday. B. Next Thursday. C. Not certain. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. How many different kinds of music will be broadcast? A. Two. B. Three. C. Four. 18. What feelings do the music pieces to be heard express? A. Happiness. B. Excitement. C. Sadness. 19. What will be heard after the introduction? A. Classical music. B. Pop music. C. Indian music. 20. What will the speaker lead the audience to learn in this broadcast? A. Musical compositions. B. The language of music. C. The spoken language. 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) 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中选出能填入空格处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 21. —Tom, if it doesn’t rain, we can go climbing and have a picnic there. —_____. I like climbing. A. Well done B. That’s great C. No problem D. That’s it 22. David gave us a vivid_____ of his trip to Mount Tai after his return. A. account B. explanation C. imagination D. idea 23. As we know, Jean is a _____ investor (投资者) who studies the market before he buys things. A. lucky B. cautious C. patient D. generous 24. I’d appreciate _____ if you would like to teach me how to use the computer. A. that B. this C. it D. you 25. —Can you give me some advice on what I said just now?

—Sorry, my mind _____. A. has wondered B. had wondered C. is wondering D. was wondering 26. Thousands of rockets _____ with chemicals were fired into the sky to create the beautiful scenes in the Asian Games. A. load B. loaded C. loading D. to load 27. Was it in the train “Harmony”, which is China’s first high-speed one, _____ John met with his foreign friend? A. that B. when C. what D. where 28. The most important word in the sentence has been_____ , so it doesn’t make any sense. A. made out B. picked up C. left out D. held up 29. Tom is very young. But _____ working ability, he’s much more experienced than others. A. in praise of B. in face of C. in need of D. in terms of 30. I lived in_____ you call “Ancient Greece” and I used to write about the Olympic Games. A. that B. where C. what D. which 31. _____ to our dream universities, we should devote all our time to our lessons. A. To be admitted B. Admitted C. Admitting D. To admit 32. —How do you like the set of popular science books? —Wonderful! It _____ many problems we are interested in exploring. A. refers B. consults C. covers D. writes 33. The 3G cell-phone must be of great use to _____ wants to get the information through the Internet quickly. A. who B. whoever C. whomever D. whichever 34. —Why are you late for the meeting? —I got caught in the heavy rain, or I _____ earlier. A. arrived B. had arrived C. would arrive D. would have arrived 35. To our surprise, not a single word _____ in the discussion last Friday. A. had the teacher said B. said the teacher C. the teacher had said D. did the teacher say 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,从短文后各小题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出能填入相应空格处的最 佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 Today we had an American family, the Robinsons, for Sunday dinner. Mr. Robinson is my mother’s co-worker. Mr . and Mrs . Robinson and their two young 36 came at about 6:00 p. m. Mrs. Robinson gave Mum a bunch of fresh flowers, 37 color, freshness and their good will.Mum did the 38 and it was left to ourselves to get to know each other.The two girls Judy and Annie and Xiao Hong had 39 fun with our little cat. Mrs. Robinson is much 40 than her husband. There was a moment of embarrassment when Granny asked about her 41 . Mum was about to apologize 42 Mrs. Robinson laughed and said it was quite all right and that she had been here 43 enough to know it was the Chinese custom. She 44 told us that she was 32, though her husband is 52. And of course they entirely 45 the dinner. Like a perfect Chinese hostess, Mum and especially Granny 46 stuffing(填) them with food and urging them to eat and to drink, apologizing all the time that it’s a homely meal. 47 , Mrs. Robinson said to Mum, “In the

West any hostess would be proud of such a feast instead of apologizing for it, and we don’t urge the guests to eat or drink. 48 so many good things before me, I certainly don’t need any urging. The 49 is how to prevent myself overeating.” We all 50 laughter at that. When they 51 to leave, they thanked us not only for the excellent dinner, but for giving them such a nice 52 . Besides, they insisted on giving every one of us a hug and a kiss, 53 did embarrass me. But I think Granny was really 54 when they kissed her. It’s surprising how a little good will on both sides can 55 language and cultural barriers. 36.A. sons B. babies C. daughters D. friends 37.A. bringing B. taking C. fetching D. adding 38.A. decoration B. direction C. introduction D. reception 39.A. powerful B. hopeful C. speechless D. endless 40.A. older B. younger C. thinner D. taller 41.A. marriage B. age C. belief D. salary 42.A. while B. when C. but D. and 43.A. luckily B. happily C. long D. short 44.A. honestly B. gradually C. excitedly D. loudly 45.A. prepared B. tasted C. enjoyed D. swallowed 46.A. continued B. stopped C. suggested D. kept 47.A. However B. Besides C. Therefore D. Instead 48.A. For B. With C. Over D. As 49.A. danger B. pain C. question D. problem 50.A. broke out B. gave off C. burst into D. set out 51.A. came B. hurried C. got D. rose 52.A. day B. time C. meal D. gift 53.A. they B. it C. which D. that 54.A. touched B. frightened C. disappointed D. encouraged 55.A. change B. improve C. damage D. break 第三部分:阅读理解(共 20 小题,每小题 2 分,满分 40 分) 阅读下面各短文,从文后各题提供的 A、C、C、D 四个选项中选出能回答该问题的正确选项。 A Oprah Winfrey’s own story is an inspiration because she overcame almost every obstacle that a person might face.She is an icon ( 圣像)to people all over the world because of her commitment (献身) to help those who have faced similar obstacles. We therefore salute a friend and a role model. It is said over and over, but it is always true that young people are the future. Oprah, 53, shared our views that the gains of our democracy would be nullified (废止) if we did not properly educate our children and youth. She obviously recognized the potential in our youth. The Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls—located near Johannesburg and educating girls in Grades 7 through 12—is therefore a wonderfully appropriate gift to the people of South Africa, one that will endure(持续) over many lifetimes. When I went to the opening of her school, I looked at the shining faces of these young women and thought every one of them has the potential to be an Oprah Winfrey. The school is important because it will change the courses of these girls’ lives and it will brighten the future of all women in

South Africa. Oprah understands that in Africa, women and girls have often been doubly disadvantaged. They have had the curse of low expectations and unequal opportunities. She is a model for a all of them—and for all of us —of what one person can do to make a difference in the loves of others.That is why we consider her to be one of our heroes. 56. The author called Oprah Winfrey “a role model” because ________. A. she sets a good example to people in trouble B. she is always ready to accept different people C. she wrote inspiring stories about herself D. she has faced many obstacles in her life 57. Oprah Winfrey’s purpose in opening a school near Johannesburg is to ________. A. keep democracy in South Africa B. help educate black people in Africa C. help change girls’ life in South Africa D. fight for black people’s freedom 58. The underlined word “curse” in the last paragraph means ________. A. tradition B. danger C. pressure D. disadvantage 59. The author wrote the passage to ________. A. praise Oprah Winfrey’s courage and success B. express gratitude and admiration to Oprah Winfrey C. encourage people who are facing obstacles D. congratulate on the opening of Oprah Winfrey’s school B My dad was never the kind to offer many words of love or encouragement. But we knew he loved us. . . he just had his own way of showing it. When I was a teen, we were seasonal campers at a family campground almost an hour outside the city where we lived. Each family had their own campsite with water and electric, and you basically parked your camper there from May through October. Most “Seasonals” visited them every weekend during those months, with the occasional weeklong stay. There were plenty of other kids who camped seasonally each weekend, and they came to be some of my closest friends. Of course, many of them were boys. We kids paired up with our little boyfriends or girlfriends, and we'd hold hands as we'd walk around the campground. We'd play ping-pong, have some snacks, and play songs. Most weekends were pretty similar, but the couples would change. You'd see so-and-so with a different so-and-so than they were with the weekend before. You know how it is when you're a teen — a three-week relationship is a really long time. So, needless to say, my teen years were spent with quite a few different boys.But every single one of them had something in common. . . they'd all received The Evil Eye. The Evil Eye was a magical sort of thing. One simple look from my dad, and the boy immediately knew not to mess with me. It was as if he could send his warnings through invisible laser(激光)beams that shot directly from his eyes to the boys' brains. “You will not put your hands on my daughter. . . You will not kiss my daughter. . . You will not even whisper sweet nothings into my daughter's ear.” I remember one night in particular, walking with a boy around the campground after dark. We came from one direction, and my dad from the other. The boy and my dad locked eyes for a brief second, then the boy dropped my hand like a hot potato and turned away, giving me a

quick, “See ya later.” Yes, the Evil Eye. Best way ever to keep wandering teen boy hands away from your daughters. 60. The Evil Eye in the passage implies that________. A. Dad gets angry easily B. Dad’s eyes are like evil’s C. Dad’s eyes are ugly-looking D. Dad’s eyes are protective to his daughter 61. The underlined words “mess with” in paragraph 5 most probably means________. A. cause trouble B. make untidy C. get married to D. talk to 62. Which of the following is true according to the passage? A. As teenagers, we went camping every weekend. B. We made lots of friends during the seasonal camping. C. We had regular boyfriends or girlfriends and enjoyed ourselves. D. The boy dropped my hand and turned away because he loved The Evil Eye. 63. It can be inferred from the passage that the author ________. A. is a teenage girl who loves her father B. is a teenage boy who hates his father C. is now an adult who has come to understand her father’s love D. used to be a naughty boy who changed girlfriends now and then C The King's School, Canterbury is an independent, co-educational secondary school. There are currently 791 pupils on the school roll (名单) . The School has a long and distinguished history, and it is also one of the oldest charities in the country, providing scholarships to pupils and organizing a Charity of the Term. The curriculum(课程)at King’ s is based on strong academic roots. It emphasizes and relies upon what is best in traditional independent school education: scholarly excellence supported by a caring and tutorial system, and a wide-ranging co-curricular programme. However, it is continually adapting and reacting to the changing demands of modern education: new subjects are added, new teaching techniques adopted, and there is an increasing awareness of the need to provide programmes of study that match individual needs and skills. The curriculum is divided into three units: the Lower School (Year 9), an introductory year; the Middle School (Years 10 and 11) , working to GCSEs; and the Sixth Form ( Years 12 and 13) , taking AS and A levels. Full details can be found in: Shell Guide and Handbook; Middle School Academic Guide 2009-11; Middle School Academic Guide 2010-12; Sixth Form Guide 2009-11 and Sixth Form Guide 2010-12. Formal and structured educational support, for those who need it, is available at all levels. The well-stocked Library is open 7 days and 6 evenings per week. ICT facilities (including the Internet) are available for all and the whole school (studies within the Houses as well as classrooms) is extensively networked. Pupils are offered extensive careers advice throughout their time at King’s. Almost all go to university, either immediately or following a GAP year. The most popular university destinations are Cambridge, Bristol, Nottingham, Durham, Leeds, Oxford, Edinburgh, Manchester, and University

College, London. Director of Studies: Geoff Cocksworth: grc@kings-school.co.uk Examinations Officer: Elaine McDowell: eam@kings-school.co.uk Click here for more information. 64. The best title of the passage might be ________. A. the King's SchoolB. the Curriculum in Britain C. New Teaching Techniques D. British Education System 65. Which of the following is NOT true according to the passage? A. The King's School, Canterbury is a famous high school in Britain. B. The curriculum at King’s is best in traditional and modern education. C. All pupils of the school go to university immediately after they graduate D. pupils’ dormitories as well as classrooms are provided with network 66. The following can be inferred from the passage EXCEPT that ________. A. The King's School focuses on pupils’ individual development B. pupils in the King's School who pass GCSEs will go to university C. pupils in the King's School have an easy access to the school library D. pupils in the King's School receive good education 67. The passage is probably taken from a ________. A. handbook B. website C. magazine D. newspaper D A severe heatwave sweeping India, with temperatures of almost 44?C, the highest in 52 years, has killed at least 80 people this month, officials said on Sunday. The hot weather, which officials say would continue over northern, north-western and central India in the next 48 hours, also may have some impact on wheat production, exporters and flour-mill associations said. New Delhi recorded a maximum temperature of 43.7?C on Saturday, indicating a hot summer in the next two months in the nation's capital and other parts of northern and eastern India. The highest temperature in the past 24 hours was 47?C at Ganganagar city, in Rajasthan state. Summer temperatures have been 4?C-6?C above normal over most parts of northern and central India since March, weather officials said. In the eastern state of Orissa, authorities have decided to shut down schools from next Tuesday, advancing the annual summer holiday. Authorities said they were investigating reports of 53 deaths from various parts of the state. “District collectors have been asked to investigate and submit reports on other deaths,” Bhimsen Gochhayat, a government official said. Other deaths were reported from northern state of Uttar Pradesh and central Madhya Pradesh states. India is expected to produce about 82 million tons of wheat in 2009-2010, but there could be a shortage of 1-1.5 million tons due to the heatwave, said Veena Sharma, Secretary General of the Roller Flour Millers Federation of India. “Most of the harvesting is over, but there definitely will be a slight shortage of 1-1.5 million tons due to the extreme weather conditions,” she told Reuters. India is relying on an abundant wheat crop to make up for a 14.2% drop in rice output, the major summer-sown food grain, marred by the worst monsoon (季风) in 37 years last year. Weather officials say with summer temperatures in India set to remain above average, there were hopes of heavy rains at the start of the monsoon season that will help early sowing of rice, soybeans and lentils.

68. The purpose of the passage is ________. A. to tell a piece of news of a heatwave B. to record the highest temperature in India C. to report the deaths in the heatwave D. to inform people of a drop of rice output 69. Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage? A. The highest temperature in the history of India was 44?C. B. Schools were closed because of the hot weather throughout India. C. India is expected to produce about 82 million tons of rice in 2009-2010. D. India has a good harvest of wheat while the rice output is decreasing. 70. The underlined word “marred” in the last paragraph probably means “________”. A. dropped B. damaged C. blown D. followed 71. What is the main idea of the passage? A. A severe heatwave would continue over India. B. At least 80% people were killed in the disaster this month. C. A severe heatwave swept India with a great loss. D. A slight shortage of 1-1.5 million tons of wheat is due to the heatwave. E Yawning is so contagious (具有传染性) that chimpanzees can “catch” it from cartoons, according to research. Scientists from Emory University in Atlanta, US, have discovered that a cartoon of a yawning chimp will stimulate (刺激) real chimps to yawn. They describe in the Royal Society journal, Proceedings B, how this could assist in the future study of empathy (移情作用) . The work could also help explain if and how computer games might cause children to imitate what they see on screen. Previous studies have already shown contagious yawning in chimpanzees—stimulated by video-recorded footage of yawns. “We wanted to expand on that, “ explained Matthew Campbell, a researcher from Emory University’s Yerkes National Primate Research Center and lead author of the study. “We’re interested in using cartoon for presenting stimuli to animals, because we can control all the features of what we show them,” he continued. Although Dr Campbell doesn’t think the chips were “fooled” by the cartoons into thinking they were looking at real chimps, he explained that there was evidence that chimpanzees “process animated(动画的) faces the same way they process photographs of faces”. He said: “It’s not a real chimpanzee, but it kind of looks like a chimpanzee, and they’re responding to that.” He and his team, including Devyn Carter who designed the cartoons, showed the animals the yawning sequences. “We also had the cartoons doing other movements with their mouths that the chimps often do,’’ he said. “The chimps showed a lot more yawning during the yawn video when the control videos were playing.” He told BBC News that the only way he and his colleagues could explain the “very strong difference” they saw was that seeing the yawns was making the animals yawn. 72. According to the passage, the scientists have found that________. A. yawning is a contagious facial expression among chimps B. chimps will imitate a cartoon chimp who is yawning

C. chimps are able to understand cartoons very well D. chimps like watching cartoons very much 73. According to the passage we can learn that_______. A. yawning on both cartoon videos and pictures can make chimps yawn B. Devyn Carte led the study about contagious yawning[ C. children will also be stimulated to yawn by the videos of chimps D. people can control all the features of animals through cartoon 74. By studying the action of chimps, the scientists hope to ________. A. teach them more body language of human beings B. learn how chimps use their brains to study C. control the actions and behaviors of animals D. create more charming cartoon characters 75. The passage is mainly talking about________. A. a serious research about chimps’ body language B. those contagious gestures of animals C. why children imitate what they see on TV D. a study about chimps’ ability of imitating

第Ⅱ卷

非选择题(共两节,满分 35 分)

第四部分 写作(共两节,满分 35 分) 第一节:短文填词(共 10 小题,每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 阅读下面短文,根据以下提示:1)汉语提示,2)首字母提示,3)语境提示,在每个空 格内填入一个适当的英语单词, 并将该词完整地写在右边相对应的横线上。 所填单词要求意义 准确和拼写正确。 Last night my family was awake most of the night. We only slept about four hours. We all woke up at 3:00 in the morning b our dog, 76. __________ Charlie, was barking. My wife thought there must be some (问题), 77. __________ but she couldn’t find anything w . Charlie kept barking 78. __________ for hours and woke up the (邻居) . Soon the phone rang. 79. __________ Mrs Atkins next door was really (担心) . She said we should 80. __________ the police. We finally found out what the problem was. 81. __________ His food bowl was empty. We forgot to f him! At about 82. __________ 5:00 I went back to but I didn’t get into sleep. In the 83. __________ morning I d about three cups of coffee with breakfast,

84. __________ but I was still tired. My wife and I didn’t go to work all. 85. __________ 第二节:书面表达(满分 25 分) 教育部、国家体育总局、共青团中央发出通知,要求从 10 月 26 日至明年 4 月 30 日,开 展第二届全国亿万学生阳光体育冬季长跑活动。目的在于营造一个生机勃勃,充满激情,健康 向上的和谐校园, 但同学们对于参加此项活动有不同的看法。 请根据表格中所提供的内容用英 语写一篇短文。要点如下: 赞 同 不赞同 天气冷,操扬拥挤,单调, 学业紧,边听音乐,边 做作业来放松…… 你的观点…… 增强体质,磨练意志,放松 自我等……

注意:1. 可适当增加细节,使行文连贯;2. 词数 120 左右,首句已给出,不计入词数。 There are different opinions on taking part in the Sunshine Winter Sport Long-distance Running even among us students.____________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________

参考答案
第一、二、三部分 1-5 CABAC

6-10 CBACB

11-15 ACBCA

16-20 BBCAB

第二节 书面表达: one possible version Take Part in the Sunshine Winter Sport Long-distance Running Event . There are different opinions on taking part in the Sunshine Winter Sport Long-distance Running Even among us students. Many students take an active part in the event because they think it can help to cultivate physical and mental health and to get strong-willed. Besides, they can get relaxed from it after long hours of hard study. However, part of students take little interest in it. They believe the event is too dull. What’s

more, it’s cold and it’s too crowded on the playground.In their opinions, they can relax themselves by listening to music while doing their homework. As far as I’m concerned, we should participate in the event. We can learn a great deal in it. Furthermore, the modern society requires of young students many qualities, so “book-worms” can’t keep up with the times any longer.


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