张港中学 2012 年秋季高一竞赛考试 英语试题
第一部分 听力 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 选出最佳答案，并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后，你将有 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 does the w
oman mean? A. The man can smoke B. The man can’t smoke C. The man can smoke outside 2. How many eggs did the man buy? A. 20 B. 24 C. 12 3. What is the man’s phone number? A.6240-5098 B. 6204-5489 C. 6402-4895 4. What would Mary like to receive? A. A letter B. complaint C. A phone call 5. Where does the man want to go? A. The police station. B. The city library. C. The supermarket. 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。每段对话后有几个小题，从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个 选项中选出最佳答案，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 8 题。 6. What has the boy drawn? A. A cat. B. A dog C. A tiger 7. Why does the girl like a cat? A. It’s like a tiger. B. It’s small, soft and kind. C. there is nothing wrong with a cat. 8. Why does the boy like a tiger? A. It’s larger than a cat. B. It can fight very well. C. It’s strong and powerful. 听第 7 段材料，回答第 9 至 11 题。 9. What kind of room does the man prefer? A. A single room with a bath. B. A single room without a bathroom. C. A double room with a bath. 10. How long does the man plan to stay?
A. One night. B. One week. C. Two nights. 11. Which room will the man stay in? A. Room 506. B. Room 509. C. Room 709. 听第 8 段材料，回答第 12 至 14 题。 12. Susan would rather go________. A. On a picnic B. to the movie C. with John 13. John thinks Susan should go _______. A. on a picnic B. to the movie C. with him 14. Why does John give this advice? A. Susan can’t go with Mary again. B. Susan agreed to do this first. C. Susan like Mary better. 听第 9 段材料，回答第 15 至 17 题。 15. What’s the relationship between the two speakers? A. Schoolmates. . B. Workmates. C. Strangers. 16. Why is Jeannie here earlier? A. To meet her friend. B. To have a class. C. To go over her lessons. 17. What’s Jack’s attitude towards the test? A. He is calm. B. He worries about it. C. He has to get an A. 听第 10 段材料，回答第 18 至 20 题。 18. How may an Asian child feel when his head is touched? A. Comfortable B, Bored C. Nervous. 19. What can we conclude from the examples of smile? A. Japanese people are more friendly than Americans. B. A smile can have different meanings in different cultures. C. A smile has the same meaning in the U.S. and Puerto Rico. 20. Which of the following is true? A. Americans smile more than people from other cultures do. B. You should never touch an American boy’s head. C. American culture is quite different from those of others. 第二部分 词汇知识运用 第一节 多项选择（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。 21．Even though the famous couple finally divorced(离婚)，they are both still about their two sons. A. cared C. thought B. concerned D. come 22．The government is______ with ordinary people through the Internet on the
problem. A. communicating C. settling B. packing D. disagreeing 23．It is said that her uncle is _______ from a kind of cancer. A. filling C. offering B. happening D. suffering 24．We want to complete our plan ahead of ______ . So we must work harder. A. transport C. power B. schedule D. pace 25．The shop owner is so ____ that no one can persuade him to change his mind. A. simple C. lucky B. hard-working D. stubborn 26．Those college students who are _____ in uniform are working as volunteers to help those in need during the winter holiday. A. dressed C. wore B. put D. had 27．Mary was so _____ that she could only hide her face in shame. A. frustrating C. embarrassed B. energetic D. convenient 28．After a whole day’s cycling, Wang Kun and Wang Wei _____ their tent and began to rest. A. put off C. put away B. put down D. put up 29．You should _______ the road when you're driving. A. cheer up C. come up with B. concentrate on D. belong to 30．Although Zhao Benshan quit(退出)，the 2012 Spring Festival Gala quite well. A. got over C. got along B. got in D. got through
第二节 完型填空 （共 20 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 20 分） I had offered to watch my 3-year-old daughter, so that my wife could go out with a friend. I was getting some work done in my study while she ___31___ to be having a good time in the other room. No problem, I figured. But then it got a little too ___32___ and I shouted, “What are you doing ?”No response. I ___33___ my question and heard her say, “Oh,?nothing.” Nothing？ I got up from my desk and ran out ___34___ the living room, where I saw her running across the hall. I followed and watched her as her little behind made a quick ___35___ into the bathroom. I had her ___36___! I told her to turn around. She ___37___. I pulled out my big Daddy voice, “Young lady, I said turn around !” ___38___, she turned toward me. In her hand was what was left of my wife’s new lipstick. And every square inch of her face was ___39___ with bright red! As she looked up at me with fearful eyes, I heard ___40___ voice that had been
shouted to me as a child. “How could you?You should know?How many times have you been ___41___ ? What a bad thing to do?” It was just a matter of my picking out which old ___42___ I was going to use on her so that she would know what a bad girl she had been. But ___43___ I could let loose, I looked ___44___ at the sweater on her. In big ___45___ it said, “I’M A PERFECT LITTLE ANGEL(天 使)!” I looked back up into her tearful eyes and, ___46___ seeing a bad girl who didn’t listen, I saw a little angel full of ___47___ that I had come dangerously close to ___48___. “Sweetheart, let’s take a picture so Mommy can see how ___49___ you look.” I took the picture and thanked God that I didn’t ___50___ the chance to prove what a perfect little angel she had given me. 31． A. happened B. liked C. appeared D. pretended 32． A. long B. quiet C. calm D. strange 33． A. asked B. answered C. raised D. repeated 34． A. into B. of C. from D. for 35． A. way B. turn C. change D. progress 36． A. followed B. scolded C. cornered D. fooled 37． A. laughed B. listened C. agreed D. refused 38． A. Slowly B. Eagerly C. Angrily D. Unfortunately 39． A. filled B. marked C. printed D. covered 40． A. every B. such C. any D. one 41． A. told B. beaten C. frightened D. forbidden 42． A. reports B. notice C. advice D. words 43． A. as B. when C. since D. before 44． A. up B. down C. in D. on 45． A. signs B. letters C. messages D. figures 46． A. because of B. instead of C. in spite of D. as a result of 47． A. value B. sadness C. pities D. tricks 48． A. preventing B. getting rid of C. destroying D. doing wrong on 49． A. dirty B. ugly C. special D. silly 50． A. have B. get C. take D. miss
第三部分 阅读理解（共 20 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 40 分）
In the United States, friends can be close, constant, intense, generous and real,
yet fade away （慢慢减弱） in a short time if circumstances 环境） change. Neither （ side feels hurt by this. Both may exchange Christmas greetings for a year or two, perhaps a few letters for a while then no more. If the same two people meet again by chance, even years later, they pick up the friendship where it left out and are delighted. In the States, you can feel free to visit people's homes, share their holidays, enjoy their children without fear that you take on a lasting obligation（责 任）. Do not hesitate(犹豫) accept hospitality（款待） just because you can't
give it for various reasons, such as crowded space, language difficulties or family customs, eg: outsiders （外人） are not invited into the home. In the United States both methods are used, but it is often considered more friendly to invite a person to one's home than to go to a public place, except in purely business relationships. So, if your host or hostess brings you home, do not feel that you are being shown inferior（次的） treatment. Don't feel neglected if you do not find flowers awaiting you in your hotel room either. Flowers are very expensive there, hotel delivery is uncertain, arrival times are delayed, changed or canceled, so flowers are not customarily sent as a welcoming touch. Please do not feel unwanted! Outward signs vary in different lands, the inward welcome is what matters and this will be real. 51． In the United States, you will find friendships _______ if circumstances change. A. die suddenly C. disappear gradually B. come back D. last forever 52 ． Americans _______ their foreign friends to make a return for their hospitality. A. ask B. require C. never allow D. don't expect 53．In the United States, giving a dinner party at home is considered _______ than in a restaurant. A. less friendly B. less hospitable C. more friendly D. more popular
How many words one uses cannot be measured ( 测 量 )exactly. However, Professor Seashore concluded the first- graders entered school with at least 24,000 words and add 5,000 each year so that they leave high school with at least 80,000. These figures( 数字) are for recognition vocabulary （词汇） the words we ， understand when we read or hear them, which are more than our active( 活跃的) vocabulary, the words we use in speaking and writing. Using the words you recognize in reading will help get them into your active vocabulary. In your reading, pay attention to these words, especially when the subject is one that you might well write or talk about. Underline （draw a line under） or make a list of words that you feel a need for and look up the ones that you are not sure of in a dictionary. And then before very long you will find a way to use some of them. Once you know how they are pronounced and what they mean, you can safely use them. 54.How many words does one use? A. Nobody can answer the question. B. No one knows for sure but Professor Seashore. a) C .Not everyone can tell the exact number. C. People cannot give an exact answer, not even Prof. Seashore. 55.Prof. Seashore concluded that it takes a first –grader _____ years to increase his vocabulary from 24,000 to 80,000. b) A.12 B. 10 C. 8 D.5
56.According to Prof. Seashore, ______. D. one has at least 80,000 recognition words E. recognition words can become active ones F. one’s recognition vocabulary includes active words and non—active ones G. one’s active words grow with his recognition ones 57.One way suggested by the writer to increase our active vocabulary is that we should ____. H. look up a dictionary for more new words and keep them in our note I. read and recognize the words we will need and add them into our list of active vocabulary J. keep well in touch with more recognition words and keep using them after knowing their pronunciation and meaning. K. read more , write more and use more 58.According to the passage, an important step(步骤) leading to the correct use of vocabulary is ______. L. extending (扩大) the list of the active words M. often looking up a dictionary for necessary words N. knowing your subject well O. knowing the correct pronunciation and meaning of the words to be used
Why do people travel? Well, many people travel because they want to see other countries and visit places that are famous, interesting or beautiful. People also travel to meet new friends, to try new kind of food, to experience life in other parts of the world or simply to get away from cold weather. Yet there are other reasons why people travel. Many of today’s travelers are looking for an unusual experience and adventure travel is becoming more and more popular. Here is quick look at two popular activities: hiking and rafting. HIKING Hiking is a great way to travel. You will get close to nature and take exercise at the same time. Hiking is easy to do and doesn’t have to be very expensive. You can hike close to home or travel to other places. The basic equipment you need for hiking is simple: good shoes, clothes and a backpack. You can hike in the mountains, in a forest or along a river. You can also go for a hike in the city. Hiking is fun and exciting, but you shouldn’t forget safety. Here are some basic tips for successful hiking: 1. Don’t hike alone. 2. Tell someone where you are going; 3. Bring water and a good map; 4. Watch out for dangers, such as spiders, snakes, or poisonous plants; 5. Wear a hat to protect yourself from the sun; Bring a mobile phone if you have one. RAFTING Another exciting adventure is rafting. A raft is a small boat that you can use to paddle down rivers and streams. Rafting is a good way to experience nature. If you want a normal rafting trip, choose a quiet stream or river that is wide
and has few trees and other dangers . The name “whitewater” comes from the fact that the water in these stream and rivers looks white when it moves quickly. As with rafting, you should always think about your safety and wear good clothes. You also need to learn the basic skills of rafting, such as how to handle the raft, how to paddle and how to get in and out of the raft. You should not go rafting unless you know how to swim, and you should always wear a life jacket. 59. Adventure travelers want to _______. A. experience fun and excitement B. meet new friends. C. try new kinds of food D. visit famous sites or beautiful places 60. Hiking is a kind of adventure travel because _________. A. it is not expensive B. you will often put yourself in danger. C. you need a lot of equipment for it D. it is not only exciting but inexpensive 61. While hiking or rafting , it is important to think about________. A. cost B. excitement C. safety D. fun 62. Before you go rafting, you have to _________. A. have rafting skills B. know how to swim C. wear leather shoes D. put on a life jacket.
It’s obviously true that not all people like to work, but everyone likes to play. All over the world, men and women, young and old, enjoy recreational activities. So, beyond doubt, entertainment plays an important role in our daily lives. In modern society, there is a broad range of recreational activities—from online computer games to lovely picnics—that meet the needs of different groups of people. Therefore, it won’t be difficult for you to find some recreation to refresh your body and mind. Recreational activities have a number of benefits, especially in this highly competitive society. They can help us relax, have fun and relieve stress. In fact, I believe there is no better way to get exercise and relieve stress than to take an active part in recreational activities. But can recreational activities do us harm? Of course they can. Let’s take TV as an example. There is no denying that TV offers access to the latest news and to useful knowledge, while providing us with entertainment. However, if we spend too much time watching TV, it will numb our mind and destroy our creativity, which is exactly the opposite of what we really want. What’s more, TV can also show some pornographic programs, which are absolutely unsuitable for us young students. So, just as the old saying goes, every coin has two sides, and watching TV is no exception.
As a student, I think recreational activities are very important for us. But this doesn’t mean we should take up whatever recreational activities are available. Instead, we should strike a balance between work and rest. We should have our own judgment, which means knowing what is good for us and what is not. And we should exercise self-control so as not to become addicted to them. I believe moderate recreational activity will benefit us in many ways and help us live a full, meaningful life. 63. Why does entertainment play an important role in people’s daily lives? A. Because online computer games are popular with people. B. Because entertainment can help people have fun instead of relieving stress. C. Because people of all ages enjoy recreational activities. D. Because it is easy and convenient to take up any recreational activity. 64. Which of the following statements is not counted as the disadvantage of TV? A. People are addicted to watching TV. B. TV provides people with the latest news. C. Some programs are unsuitable for young students. D. Spending too much time on it may destroy people’s creativity 65. In the author’s opinion, what is the proper attitude to recreational activities? A. Spending as much time as we like watching TV. B. Taking part in any recreational activities available. C. Learning to control ourselves about entertainment. D. Benefiting us by taking part in different activities.
The other day, my friend Jane was invited to a 40th birthday party. The time printed on the invitation was 7.30pm. Jane went off with her husband, expecting a merry evening of wine, food, and song. By 9.45, everybody was having great fun, but no food had appeared. Jane and David were restless. Other guests began whispering that they, too, were starving. But no one wanted to leave, just in case some food was about to appear. By 11.00, there was still no food, and everyone was completely off their heads. Jane and David left hungry and angry. Their experience suggests that the words on the printed invitations need to be made clearer. Everyone reads and understands the invitations differently. Most of us would agree that 6.30 -8.30pm means drinks only, go out to dinner afterwards; 8.00pm or 8.30pm means possible dinner, but 9.30pm and any time thereafter means no food, oat beforehand, roll up late. But this is not always the case. If asked to a students' party at 6.30pm, it is normal for guests not to appear before midnight, if at all, and no one cares. Being the first to arrive - looking eager - is social death. When my mother is asked to a party for 6.30, she likes to be them, if not on lime, then no later than seven. My age group （late thirties） falls somewhere
between the two, but because we still think we're young, we're probably closer to student-time than grown-up time. The accepted custom at present is confusing （混乱的） sometimes annoying, , and it often means you may go home hungry, but it does lend every party that precious element （成分） of surprise. 66. The underlined words "off their heads" probably mean______. A. tired B. crazy C. curious D. hopeless 67. Jane and David’s story is used to show that______. A. petty-goer8 usually get hungry at parties B. party invitations can be confusing C. people should ask for food at parties D. birthday parties for middle-aged people are dull 68. For some young people, arriving on time for a students' party will probably be considered_______. A. very difficult B. particularly thoughtful C. friendly and polite D. socially unacceptable 69. According to the writer, people in their late thirties_______. A. are likely to arrive late for a party B. care little about the party time C. haven’t really grown up yet D. like surprises at parties 70. What is the general idea of the text? A. It’s safe to arrive late just when food is served. B. It’s wise to eat something before going to a party. C. It’s important to follow social rules of party-going. D. It’s necessary to read invitations carefully.
第四部分 书面表达（共两节，满分 50 分） 第一节 完成句子 （共 10 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 20 分） 阅读下列各小题， 根据该句的中文意思， 用句末括号内的英语单词完成句子。 71. When you are finished with the electric iron, don’t forget _____. （turn） 当你用完电熨斗时，别忘了关掉它 72. During his last lecture, the scientist ______ to explain the theory to those with some background knowledge. （find） 在他的上次演讲中，这个科学家发觉把他的学说解释给那些具有背景知识的 人更容易。 73. ---You'd better go and 。 你最好去把你的轿车洗洗 ---No, I'll do it myself. (wash) 74. At present, lots of food, water, tents, and medicine from all over China and other parts of the world to the earthquake-stricken areas. (transport) 现在，很多食物，水，帐篷和药品正在从中国各地和世界其它地方运往地震 受灾地区。 75. The murderer was brought in, with his hands . (tie) 谋杀犯被带进来，他的手被系在背后。
76. My father asked me in his new movie.(play) 我爸爸叫我在他的新电影里扮演一个角色。 77. This is the first time that . (hear) 这是我第一次听他唱歌。 78. we sold the car to Tom. (be) 正是在上周我们把车卖给了 Tom。 79. This suitcase is ____________ that one. (twice) 这个行李箱是那个行李箱的两倍重。 80、Lucy tells me that she to China but has no chance.(dream) Lucy 告诉我她梦想去中国，但是没有机会。 第二节 短文写作 （共 1 题；满分 30 分）
Friends are always needed. Then, what can we do to make true friends with people? (Or, how can we find true friendship?) Please give your suggestions and advice. 要求：120 词左右。 Everybody Needs Friends
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Everybody needs friends Everybody needs friends. For example, when you get mad about something, you need your friends to calm you down; when you feel unhappy, you expect your friends to comfort you ; when you have difficulties, friends will come and help you out. Believe it or not, friendship plays an important role in your daily life. Without friendship, you woul feel extremely lonely. How can you make close friends? Firstly, I think you must be friendly and honest. Secondly, you must be concerned about others and willing to help those who are in trouble. Thirdly, you must be excited about your friends’ progress. In my opinion, if you follow these suggestions, you will surely get along well with others and have many friends.
Everybody needs friends. For example, when you get mad about something, you need your friends to calm you down; when you feel unhappy, you expect your friends to comfort you ; when you have difficulties, friends will come and help you out. Believe it or not, friendship plays an important role in your daily life. Without friendship, you woul feel extremely lonely. How can you make close friends? Here are some tips to help you. First, why not go and talk to people standing on their own（独自地）? I agree that this is difficult but that person may be lonely too. If you do this， I am sure you will soon have a new friend. Second, you can begin the converstion by asking about their likes and dislikes. That way（用那 种方式， 那样） you will soon find people with the same interests. I think that is a good way to find new friends. Finally, you should try to join in a discussion. You may not feel that this is right, but by doing this you are letting people know how friendly you are. So there should be no problem. It should certainly provide you with some new friends. I hope you find these ideas useful.
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