四川省宜宾市一中 2017-2018 学年高中英语上学期第 10 周周训练题

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阅读理解 (共两节,满分 40 分) 第一节(共 15 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项。



Michaela Clovis is a neighbor of mine. Last year, one of her classmates made fun of

her hair. “She said it doesn't look right and doesn't match my skin,” said Michaela.

Michaela is Irish, German, Native American, and African American. She has pale skin and

reddish yellow hair, but she is not white.

Soon, a few classmates joined the teasing (嘲笑). Michaela said she felt “small and

alone.” But she stopped the teasing without getting angry. Here's how she did it.

First, Michaela talked to her parents. Her mother, Donna, told Michaela's teacher and

also suggested that Michaela not face the teasing alone. Next, Donna told Michaela about

the different people in her family, and their love for each other. She taught her that

people of all races are beautiful.

“Everyone's skin or hair color is beautiful and you have to believe that for yourself.

You have to learn to be confident and comfortable in your own skin and hair. Forget what

your classmates say, as it's just a period most kids go through — picking on others

because they are ‘different!’ Just don't let it get to you and you'll be okay! Be proud

of who you are and love yourself for being a kind and generous (宽宏大量的) human being,”

Michaela's mother said.

This made Michaela feel better. After that, Michaela was more confident. The next time

she was teased, Michaela said, “I know that I'm mixed, and I'm proud of it.” She stuck

to that answer until the teasing finally ended.

21. Some classmates hurt Michaela by teasing her about her _____.

A. skin

B. hair

C. neighbor

D. family

22. What did Michaela first do to deal with the teasing?

A. She believed in herself and kept silent.

B. She asked the author for advice.


C. She talked to her teacher.

D. She told her parents.

23. The underlined part “picking on” in Paragraph 4 probably means _____.

A. searching for

B. fighting with

C. laughing at

D. forgetting about

24. What can we learn from this story?

A. It's possible to end a bad situation without anger.

B. Students should be taught to love each other.

C. People who tease others should be punished.

D. Teasing is popular among classmates.


Roberto Clemente was born in Puerto Rico. When he was eight years old, he started

working on a sugar farm. Clemente worked many hours. But he always found time to play

baseball. Even when there were no games, Clemente would throw whatever he could find — a

bottle top or an old shoe.

Years of practice made Clemente a skilled player. When he was 18 years old, he became

a professional baseball player. In 1954, the Pittsburgh Pirates asked Clemente to play for

their team. However, playing for the Pirates was not easy at first. Many of the other

players treated (对待) Clemente poorly. Most of the players were white, and Clemente was a

black. But his attitude and skill helped him become the leader of the team.

In 1971, Clemente's team competed in the final game of the Baseball World Series. By

this time, Clemente was one of the oldest players on the team. However, he was also still

one of the best. Clemente had been hurt all season. But he believed in his skill and in

his team. He promised his team that they would win. Clemente kept his promise and the

Pirates won the World Series.

After the World Series, Clemente became famous for more than just his baseball skills.


On December 23, 1972 there was a big earthquake in Nicaragua. Clemente decided to go

to Nicaragua himself and give supplies to people there. But Clemente never had a chance

to do so. On December 31, 1972, his airplane crashed (坠毁) over the ocean. Clemente was

only 38 years old.

In his life, Roberto Clemente cared about many things. He loved baseball. He loved his

country. And he loved helping other people. Clemente gave his life serving others. He died

as a hero. One of his friends said, “If he had died as a baseball player, only people who

love sports would remember him. But he died helping other people. And now people will

remember him as someone who used his life to help others.”

25. Clemente was badly treated in the Pirates because of _____.

A. his age

B. his race

C. his poor skills

D. his bad attitude

26. During the final game of the World Series, Clemente _____.

A. was in good health

B. let his team members down

C. was the oldest player on his team

D. was sure of winning the competition

27. While trying to help people in Nicaragua, Clemente _____.

A. lost his life

B. died in an earthquake

C. gave up playing baseball

D. gave supplies directly to them

28. The author writes the text to tell us that _____.

A. Clemente loved baseball more than his life

B. Clemente was much more than a great baseball player

C. the honor of Clemente was not easily won


D. the story of Clemente was not just about a promise C
Next year the U.S. National Park Service will turn 100. The 100th anniversary (周年纪 念日) will be celebrated across the nation.
Sally Jewell, Secretary of the Interior of the United States, started a new program called “Find Your Park.” She said being outside helps both children and adults in today's computer-driven world.
“In this society, where we've got much information at our fingertips, and things to distract (分散……注意力) our brains, there is little to distract our bodies and that's why parks and open spaces are so important and even more important with each passing year,” Jewell said.
From beautiful lands and mountains to historical and cultural places, national parks can be found in all 50 states across the U.S. The parks had nearly 293 million visits in 2014. TheGolden Gate Park in San Francisco was the most popular with 15 million visits. There are 28 different kinds of national park, and each park has an important story to tell.
Jewell has invited some famous Americans to help the anniversary. American First Lady Michelle Obama and former First Lady Laura Bush were invited to share their national park stories, because the White House is one of the country's national parks.
Mrs. Obama encouraged “people across the country to ‘Find Your Park,’ whether it's in your backyard, or your hometown, or in one of our beautiful national parks.”
Some well-known Americans have filmed their own personal national park stories and they can be seen on the National Park Foundation website. Bill Nye, known as “The Science Guy,” and actress Bella Thorne are two of the people who have shared their personal national park stories.

The program wants the public to share park experiences and memories at The website helps people find a park near their home, not just national parks, but local parks as well.
“It's really all about getting people outside and moving as well as getting them to recognize (认识) what parks and public lands have to offer,” Jewell said. 29. What's the purpose of the program “Find Your Park”? A. To raise money for the 100th anniversary. B. To make sure people live a healthy outdoor life. C. To get more people to connect with public lands. D. To keep children and adults away from computers. 30. In Jewell's opinion, parks and open spaces _____. A. are good for helping brains to get information B. have a big influence on people's lives C. are hard to attract human beings D. help keep people's attention 31. The national parks in the U.S. _____. A. are the nation's main tourist attractions B. have one story teller for each park C. are popular across the nation D. cover a few of its states 32. Famous people are helping the anniversary by _____. A. building parks in their backyards B. filming people in the national parks C. sharing their national park experiences D. helping people to find a park near their home

Skillswise Delivery (递送) Services

Christmas Job Opportunities (机会)

Aged between 16 and 65 years? Need some money for Christmas?

Are you available to work at short notice?

Can you work early in the morning or late at night?

We are looking for careful and patient people to help to sort and deliver

parcels (包裹) in the Reading area from late November until the end of December.

Pay for weekdays, including Saturdays and Sundays, will be:

Ages 16 to 17 — ?4.80 per hour.

Age 18 and over — ?6.10 per hour.

So if you have good communication skills and are able to work as part of a team, we would

like to hear from you.

To get an application form (申请表) please write to:

Elaine Grey, Personnel Officer,

Skillswise Delivery Services, Windsor Road,

Reading, RG5 4BR

Tel: 0118 932 814 (24 hr. answer phone)

Closing date: 10th November

33. Skillswise Delivery Services is looking for people who _____.

A. are young adults

B. live in the Reading area

C. can work full-time

D. have good qualities and certain skills

34. If you're 16 and work 8 hours on Sunday, you'll get _____.

A. ?48.80

B. ?38.40

C. ?24.40

D. ?19.20


35. To get the Christmas job, you must _____. A. fill in a form B. phone Elaine Grey C. get an application form before late November D. go to the office of Skillswise Delivery Services
第二节(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。
How to deal with your homework Write it down. 36 Make a note on your notebook. Always be sure to write down any homework for school so you won't forget anything. Create a homework station. Find somewhere comfortable and quiet to work. 37 It will take twice as long to get the homework done. Shut off your cell phone, log off (退出) your computer (unless you will need it for your homework) and close the door. Do it as early as possible. Don't leave homework to the last minute. 38 The earlier you start your homework, the sooner you will finish! Do all your homework as early as you can, so you don't have a pile of (一堆) homework the next day.
39 Think about how long it will take you to complete each homework subject. For example: English — ten minutes, science — ten minutes, math — forty minutes, history — twenty minutes.
Treat yourself. You can easily get tired by sitting through an hour or two of homework without stopping. Once you finish homework for a subject, take a small break. Just make sure it's quick (no more than 15 minutes). Do not turn on the TV, or you'll never go back and finish your homework. 40 A. Use your time wisely. B. Start as soon as you get home. C. Start with your hardest homework.

D. Never do your homework in front of the TV.

E. You can take a walk or find something to eat.

F. After short breaks, return to finish up the last of your work.

G. Keep a homework notebook where you record all your homework.

第三部分: 语言知识运用 (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)

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。

Years ago, when I arrived to speak at a high school in Louisiana, I heard a lot about

a student called Wild Man. Long-haired, plate-throwing ... Teachers and students

thought 41 of him. Unlike Wild Man, there was a student who had been a 42 to

everyone. Zachary was a kid who helped with all the games and dances. But he had


43 , and for years Zach had been in a wheelchair (轮椅) controlled by 44 ,

moving from class to class.

A month before I arrived, Zach's condition got worse and he 45 an electric

wheelchair to stay at school. 46 it, he would have to leave school.

It turned out that Zach couldn't 47 the new electric chair, so his


48 was to check out. When the day of Zach's 49 came, all the teachers

and students got together in a hall. Zach 50 it was his last day at school.

The student president was introduced and he then 51 everyone when he introduced

Wild Man. Without saying a word, Wild Man

52 Zach and brought him to the center of

the stage (舞台). Wild Man then

53 himself and disappeared backstage. Seconds

later, he reappeared driving a new and shiny electric wheelchair. After

54 Zach in

the chair, he showed Zach how to use it and let Zach 55 around the stage. With tears

streaming from their faces, two thousand teachers and students 56 and clapped for

five minutes.


Were they just

57 Zach and the fact that he could now 58 in their

school? No, they were also cheering for Wild Man, who got Zach a new

59 by

collecting money from his friends.

So, it's 60 : we shouldn't judge (评判) a book by its cover.

41. A. much

B. highly



D. badly

42. A. mirror

B. friend

C. winner



43. A. dream

B. chance



D. question

44. A. computers

B. hands

C. the


D. the mouth

45. A. designed

B. bought



D. borrowed

46. A. Except

B. Beside



D. Beyond

47. A. stop

B. afford



D. use

48. A. pity

B. choice



D. advice

49. A. leaving

B. teaching



D. visit

50. A. promised

B. remembered

C. decided



51. A. surprised

B. trusted



D. protected

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52. A. talked about

B. threw away

C. walked


D. laughed at

53. A. asked

B. excused

C. introduced



54. A. discovering

B. controlling



D. placing

55. A. run

B. move

C. play



56. A. stood up

B. rushed in

C. woke


D. sat back

57. A. waiting for

B. feeling sorry for

C. making fun of

D. cheering


58. A. remain

B. help



D. start

59. A. book

B. seat



D. life

60. A. great

B. true



D. sad


第三部分: 语言知识运用(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(1 个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。

Life in big cities has its advantages and disadvantages. Some people think life in big

cities is 61. ________ (attract), because all the best jobs, schools, shops and job

opportunities are in big cities. On the other hand, because of traffic jams, 62. ________


(pollute) air, high prices and limited living space, some people 63. ________ (try) to avoid living in big cities till now.
Here is some advice to help you to survive in big cities. Learn to use space effectively (有效地) There are 64. ________ great many ways to use space effectively. Find ways to live without things 65. ________ aren't necessary, make use of shelves, keep things on top of fridges and under beds and other space you have. Learn to manage your time Make sure that most of your time 66. ________ (spend) on things that actually matter. Plan specific time for specific tasks and be sure to complete them as if your life depended on them. Learn to avoid traffic No one can get away 67. ________ traffic jams in big cities. But like most things, it is no use 68. ________ (complain) about them. If you want 69. ________ (avoid) their influence, make sure you do as follows. Learn different routes. Try using them at different times of day. Get out of the car and use the subway or bus. On a busy day it will be 70. ________ (fast).
第四部分: 写作 (共两节,满分 35 分) 第一节:短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分)
假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文,请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。文中共 有 10 处语言错误,每句中最多有两处。每处错误仅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(∧),并在其下面写出该加的词。 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 10 处,多者(从第 11 处起)不计分。
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Dave is my best friend. We became friend when we are five years old. And we went to

the same school from now on. He knows me very well and is always big help to me. Besides,

he's really a good listener or will always let me to speak my mind while he just listens.

But he isn't perfect! He's always later! Last time, we decided to meeting at four o'clock

to play football, but he arrived on half past six! It was nearly dark. Oh, well, nobody's

perfect. She is still my best friend.

第二节:书面表达(满分 25 分)




1. 活动多; 69%
2. 社区文化氛围浓。

1. 没有专门的活动场地;

不满意 31% 2. 体育设施不够;

3. 建议多举办一些比赛性质的活动。

注意:1. 词数 100 左右; 2. 可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。




21-25 BDCAB 36-40 GDBAF 51-55 ACBDB 61. attractive


26-30 DABCB

31-35 CCDBA

41-45 DBCBC

46-50 CBBAD

56-60 ADACB

62. polluted

63. have tried

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64. a

65. that / which

66. is


67. from

68. complaining

69. to avoid

70. faster


71. ... became friend when ...

friend → friends

72. ... we are five ...

are → were

73. ... from now on.

now → then

74. ... always big help ...

big 前加 a

75. ... or will always ...

or → and

76. ... let me to speak ...

去掉 to

77. ... always later!

later → late

78. ... to meeting at ...

meeting → meet

79. ... arrived on half ...

on → at

80. She is still ...

She → He

One possible version:

Recently, I did a survey about the cultural life of our neighbourhood. According to

the survey, 69% of people in our neighbourhood are satisfied with the cultural life. They

think that there are many activities and they all enjoy a strong cultural atmosphere.

However, 31% of the people are not satisfied. First, they think there is not a fixed place

where people can do activities. Second, there is not enough sports equipment in the

neighbourhood for so many people. In addition, they suggest more competitive activities

should be held to encourage people to take exercise.



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A 篇 (学校生活) 本文是记叙文。文章主要讲述了 Michaela 是如何应对同学的嘲笑的。 21. B。细节理解题。根据第一段中的 one of her classmates made fun of her hair 和 it doesn't look right 可知,同学们取笑的是 Michaela 的头发。而根据第一段的描述可知,Michaela 皮肤白皙, 同学们认为她的头发怪异,和皮肤的颜色不搭,并没有取笑她的皮肤。 22. D。细节理解题。根据第三段首句 First, Michaela talked to her parents 可知,Michaela 在面 对同学们的嘲笑时,首先将此事告诉了父母。 23. C。词义猜测题。根据上文描述同学取笑 Michaela 的事实可知,Michaela 的妈妈认为大多数孩子都 会在某个时期因他人的不同而刁难或嘲笑他们。 24. A。推理判断题。文中的 Michaela 在学校受到同学的嘲笑,她没有愤怒,相反以一种和平的方式处 理此事,故选 A 项。
B 篇 (体育) 本文是记叙文。文章主要介绍了来自波多黎各的著名棒球运动员罗伯托?克莱门特,他不仅球艺精 湛还救困扶危。 25. B。推理判断题。根据第二段中的 Most of the players were white, and Clemente was a black 可以推测,由于 Clemente 是黑人,所以一开始在匹兹堡海盗队时受到不好的对待。 26. D。细节理解题。根据第三段中的 But he believed in his skill and in his team. He promised his team that they would win 可知,在世界大赛的决赛时期,Clemente 对自己的球队信心满满。 27. A。细节理解题。根据倒数第二段的描述可知,Clemente 想要亲自将赈灾物资送到灾区,然而却在 途中意外坠机身亡,故选 A 项。 28. B。写作目的题。作者在文章最后一段描述 Clemente 不仅热爱棒球还热心助人,最后因助人而献 身,并引用 Clemente 朋友的话:“如果 Clemente 仅仅是一名棒球运动员,那么只有热爱运动的人会记 得他,但 Clemente 舍己为人,全世界的人都将他铭记在心”。因此,作者旨在告诉我们:Clemente 不 仅仅是一名出色的棒球运动员。
C 篇 (旅游) 本文是说明文。文章报道了美国将在 2016 年庆祝国家公园管理局成立 100 周年。
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29. C。推理判断题。根据第二段中的 being outside helps both children and adults in today's computer-driven world 可推测,Sally Jewell 发起 Find Your Park 这项运动旨在让人们走到户外, 亲近自然。文章最后两段中的 The program wants the public to share park experiences and memories 和 getting people outside and moving ... public lands have to offer 也证实了这一活 动的目的。 30. B。推理判断题。根据第三段中的 parks and open spaces are so important and even more important with each passing year 可知,Jewell 认为公园之类的空旷场所很重要,对人们的生活有 着不小的影响。 31. C。细节理解题。根据第四段中列举美国国家公园在 2014 年的游览人数可知,美国国家公园颇受欢 迎。 32. C。细节理解题。根据第五段中的 American First Lady Michelle Obama and former First Lady Laura Bush were invited to share their national park stories 和倒数第三段中的 Some wellknown Americans have filmed their own personal national stories 和 have shared their personal national park stories 可知,名人通过分享各自的“公园故事”以促成这次百年大庆。
D 篇 (节假日活动) 本文是应用文。文章是一则招聘广告。 33. D。推理判断题。根据文中的 We are looking for careful and patient people 和 if you have good communication skills and are able to work as part of a team 可知,Skillswise Delivery Services 需要有良好品质和一定技能的人。 34. B。细节理解题。根据文中的 Ages 16 to 17 — ?4.80 per hour 可知答案。 35. A。细节理解题。根据文中的 To get an application form please ... 可知,申请这项工作需要 填一份表格。 七选五: 话题:日常活动
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36. G。根据该段的小标题 Write it down 和该空后的 Make a note,Always be sure to write down any homework 可知,要将家庭作业记下来。 37. D。根据该空后的 It will take twice as long to get the homework done 可知,开着电视做作 业只会事倍功半。D 项中的 TV 与该段中的 cell phone,computer 相呼应。 38. B。根据该段的小标题 Do it as early as possible 可知,要尽早做作业,因此 B 项符合语境。 39. A。本段主要介绍应如何合理分配各个科目的作业时间,故 A 项概括了本段大意。 40. F。根据上文中的 take a small break 和 finish your homework 可知,短暂休息过后,最终还是 要继续完成作业。
完形填空: 话题:个人情况
本文是记叙文。在学校备受差评的 Wild Man 却做出了一件让全校师生称赞的事情,也 借此告诉我们一个道理:不能以貌取人。 41. D。根据上一句中的 Long-haired, plate-throwing 可知,大家对 Wild Man 评价“不好 (badly)”。 42. B。根据本句开头的 Unlike Wild Man 和下一句 Zachary was a kid who helped with all the games and dances 可知,Zachary 是大家的“朋友(friend)”。 43. C。根据该空后的 for years Zach had been in a wheelchair 可知,Zach 得了一种“病 (disease)”。 44. B。根据下文描述 Zach 需要电动轮椅可知,他之前使用的是“手动(controlled by hands)”轮 椅。 45. C。根据该空前的 Zach's condition got worse 可知,Zach 的病情加重,因此“需要(needed)” 电动轮椅。 46. C。该空后的 he would have to leave school 是“没有(Without)”电动轮椅的后果。 47. B。根据下文 Wild Man 筹集资金给 Zach 买新的电动轮椅可知,Zach“买不起(couldn't afford)”新的电动轮椅。 48. B。由于买不起新的电动轮椅,因此 Zach 的“选择(choice)”只能是离校。
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49. A。根据上文中的 leave school 和 check out 可知,到了 Zach 该“离开(leaving)”学校的那 天。 50. D。Zach“心想(thought)”那天是他上学的最后一天了。 51. A。根据上文人们对 Wild Man 的评价不好可知,当主持人介绍 Wild Man 时,所有人都感到“吃惊 (surprised)”。 52. C。根据该空后的 brought him to the center of the stage 可知,Wild Man 向 Zach“走过去 (walked to)”。 53. B。根据该空后的 disappeared backstage 可知,Wild Man 因需要暂时离场向大家“致歉 (excused)”。 54. D。55. B。Wild Man 把 Zach“安顿(placing)”到电动轮椅里,并教给他如何操作使用,Zach 借 助新轮椅在舞台上来回“移动(move)”。 56. A。根据本句中的 With tears streaming from their faces 和 clapped for five minutes 并结合 当时的场景可知,所有师生都“站起来(stood up)”为舞台上发生的一切鼓掌。 57. D。根据下一句中的 they were also cheering for Wild Man 可知,此处填 cheering for。 58. A。Zach 有了新的电动轮椅后可以继续“留在(remain)”学校学习。 59. C。根据上文中的 driving a new and shiny electric wheelchair 可知,Wild Man 给 Zach 买了新 的“轮椅(chair)”。 60. B。根据全文的描述可知,我们不应该以书的封皮来评判一本书的好坏是“正确的(true)”。
语法填空: 61. attractive。考查形容词作表语的用法。设空处作表语,说明 life in big cities 的性质,故填 形容词 attractive。 62. polluted。考查动词-ed 形式作定语的用法。pollute 与 air 之间是逻辑上的动宾关系,且 pollute 表示的动作已经完成,故填 polluted。 63. have tried。考查现在完成时。由时间状语 till now 可知,此处应用现在完成时,故填 have tried。 64. a。考查不定冠词。a great many 是固定搭配,意为“许多”。
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65. that / which。考查关系词。设空处引导定语从句,修饰 things,且在从句中作主语,故填 that / which。 66. is spent。考查一般现在时的被动语态。time 与 spend 之间是被动关系,且本句陈述的是一般情 况,故填 is spent。 67. from。考查介词。get away from 是固定搭配,意为“摆脱”。 68. complaining。考查动词-ing 形式作主语的用法。“It is no use +动词-ing 形式”表示“干…… 没用”。 69. to avoid。考查不定式作宾语的用法。want 后接不定式作宾语,故填 to avoid。 70. faster。考查形容词的比较级。此处对开车与乘地铁或公交作比较,故填 faster。
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四川省宜宾市一中2017_2018学年高中英语上学期第10周周训练题 (1)