第一节, 单选(每题 1 分，共 15 分) 1. Miss Shut, their new teacher of English, is European. A. a; an B. the; 不填 C. an; the D. 不填；a 2. We always keep _____ spare bags with which we pack
the rubbish. A .a great many B. the number of C. too much D. a great deal of 3. ____ the teacher ____ a burning candle, he helped the students to understand the function of teachers. A. Compared, to B. Comparing, with C. Comparing, to D. Compared, with 4. –When did you move to our neighborhood? --Let me see. Oh, as I remember, so far I ____ here for as long as five weeks. A. have moved B. moved C. lived D. have been 5. Though his face suggested that there ____ nothing serious, the doctor still suggested he ____ in bed for a few days. A. was, stay B. was, stayed C. be, stayed D. be, stay 6. All the roommates were _____ my suggestion that we should go camping the next month. A. in honor of B. instead of C. in favor of D. by means of 7. I am sorry but I have to tell you that your answer is so ____ that I am greatly____ at it. A. confusing, confused B. confused, confusing C. confusing, confusing D. confused, confused 8. In English classes, our teacher demanded that all of us ____ English as much as possible. A. should practice to speak B. could practice to speak C. could practice speaking D. should practice speaking 9. I took it _____ that he would be glad to accept my invitation, but he didn’t at all. A. for sure B. for certain C. for granted D. for example 10. He is considering _____ the girl for she is considered ____ a very good girl. A. to marry, to be B. to marry, being C. marrying, being D. marrying, to be 11. _____ so much room, this piano had to be moved to the living room. A. Taken away B. Taken up C. Taking away D. Taking up 12. She ____ some French while travelling in Paris. A. picked up B. held up C. took up D. made up 13. It was reading wuxia books that cost the little boy plenty of time that he ____ doing his lessons. A. might have spent B. must have spent C. could have spent D. should have spent 14. He ___ to lend me use his dictionary but I refused, for I don’t think it of any use. A. managed B. volunteered C. considered D. afforded 15. ---He is an excellent cook. ---____. The fish he cooked makes me mouth—watering. A. I couldn’t agree more B. I don’t agree with you C. I completely disagree D. I’m not sure about you
第二节：完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 20 分） 阅读下面短文，掌握其大意，然后从各题所给的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中选出最佳选 项。 While taking a walk with the professor, who was commonly called the students’ friend, the young man saw lying beside the 16 a coat and a pair of old shoes, 17 ---- he supposed---belonged to a 18 man who was working in the field nearby. The student wanted to play a 19 on the man --- to hide his shoes and wait to see his20 when he cannot find them. 21 , the professor advised him never to 22 himself at the cost of the poor and 23 him to put a coin in each shoe and watch how this would 24 him. The student did so and they both 25 themselves behind bushes. The poor man soon finished his work, and came across the field to the path where he had26 his coat and shoes. 27 putting on his coat he put his foot into one of his shoes, but felt something 28 . He bent down to see what it was, and 29 a coin. He stared at the coin in surprise, turned it around, and looked at it 30 . Then he looked around, but no person was seen. He now put the money into his pocket, and began to31 the other shoe. His 32 was doubled on finding another coin. He fell upon his knees33 , looked up and uttered (说出) aloud a thanksgiving in which he spoke of his wife, sick and helpless, and his children without bread. The student stood there 34 moved, and his eyes were filled with tears. It was not until then that he felt the true meaning of these words, which he35 understood before --- It is more blessed to give than to receive. 16. A. field B. path C. woods D. grass 17. A which B. what C. when D. that 18. A. rich B. strong C. poor D. tall 19. A. trick B. part C. role D. game 20. A. joy B. anxiety C. fear D. sadness 21. A. Besides B. Instead C. Therefore D. However 22. A. praise B. puzzle C. please D. honor 23. A. ordered B. checked C. promised D. encouraged 24. A. suggest B. improve C. affect D. wake 25. A. hid B. stood C. seated D. lay 26. A. forget B. left C. lost D. missed 27. A. Though B. Since C. Unless D. While 28. A. new B. soft C. old D. hard 29. A. invented B. received C. found D. accepted 30. A. little by little B. again and again C. sooner or later D. more or less 31. A. put up B. put down C. put on D. put out 32. A. doubt B. worry C. surprise D. pity 33. A. excitedly B. eagerly C. peacefully D. miserably 34. A. slightly B. deeply C. weakly D. highly 35. A. never B. already C. still D. ever 三. 阅读理解(每题 2 分，共 40 分) A There are many types of reports. A report is simply an account of something that has
happened. The commonest are news reports. We get them in newspapers, over radio and on television. Sometimes cinemas also show us newsreels(新闻短片). The main purpose of a newspaper is to provide news. If you examine a newspaper closely, you will find that there are all types of news: accidents, floods, fires, wars fashions (服装), sports, books, etc. The news covers everything that happens to people and their surroundings. Sometimes there are news items which are very amusing. A news report is usually very short, except when it is about something very important, but it contains a lot of information. It is also written in short paragraphs. The first paragraph is in fact a summary of the news item. It gives all the necessary information: what, when, where, how and why. The other paragraphs give full details (细节) of the subject. There may also be interviews (采 访) with people. The words actually spoken by them are within inverted commas(引号). Often there are photographs to go with the news to make it more interesting. 36. The easiest way to get today's news is _____ . A. to go to the cinema B. to read today's newspaper C. to watch a color TV D. to listen to the music over radio 37. Newspapers sell well mainly because ___ . A. they cost very little B. they provide all sorts of news in them C. they have got pictures to go with the news D. they are easy to get 38. If you want to get enough information about yesterday's traffic accident within a very short time, you'd better _____ . A. look through the whole news report in today’s newspaper B. start from the second paragraph of the news report in today’s newspaper C. read the first paragraph of the news report in today’s newspaper D. talk with people who have seen the accident 39. To interest more people, a news reporter _____ . A. often prints pictures to go with the news B. always writes very short news reports C. usually produces amusing news D. sometimes provides long and important news 40. This passage mainly talks about ___. A. different types of reports B. happenings to people and their surroundings C. news reports D. the length of a news report B When I was six, Dad brought home a dog one day, who was called ―Brownie‖. My brothers and I all loved Brownie and did different things with her. One of us would walk her, another would feed her, then there were baths, playing catch and many other games, Brownie, in return, loved each and every one of us. One thing that most touched my heart was that she would go to whoever was sick and just be with them we always felt better when she was around. One day, as I was getting her food, she chewed up(咬破)one of Dad’s shoes, which had to be thrown away in the end. I knew Dad would be mad and I had to let her know what she did was
wrong. When I looked at her and said, ‖Bad girl,‖ she looked down at the ground and then went and hid. I saw a tear in her eyes. Brownie turned out to be more than just our family pet, she went everywhere with us. People would stop and ask if they could pet her. Of course she’d let anyone pet her. She was just the most lovable dog. There were many times when we’d be out walking and a small child would come over and pull pm her hair. she never barked(吠) or tried to get away. Funny thing is she would smile. This frightened people because they thought she was showing her teeth. Far from the truth, she lovely everyone. Now many years have passed since Brownie died of old age. I still miss days when she was with us. 41. What would Brownie do when someone was ill in the family? A. Keep them company. B. Look at them sadly. C. Play games with them. D. Touch them gently. 42. We can infer from Paragraph 2 that Brownie__________. A. world eat anything when hungry B. disliked the author’s dad C. loved playing hide-and-seek D. felt sorry for her mistake 43. Why does the author say that Brownie was more than just a family pet? A. She was treated as a member of the family. B. She played games with anyone she liked. C. She was loved by everybody she met. D. She went everywhere with the family. 44. Some people got frightened by Brownie when she__________. A. rushed to them B. barked C. smiled D. tried to be funny 45. Which of the following best describes Brownie? A. Shy B. Caring C. Brave D. Polite C In most languages, a greeting is usually followed by ―small talk‖. Small talk means the little things we talk about at the start of a conversation. In English-speaking countries people often make small talk about the weather: ―Nice day, isn’t it?‖ ―Terrible weather, isn’t it?‖ But there is something special about small talk. It must be about something which both people have the same opinion about. The purpose of smalltalk is to let both people agree on something. This makes meeting people easier and more comfortable. People usually agree about the weather, so it is a safe topic for small talk. But people often disagree about religion or politics so these are not suitable topics for small talk in English. The topics for small talk also depend on where the conversation is taking place. At football matches, people make small talk about the game they are watching: ―Great game, isn’t it?‖ At bus-stops, people may comment about the transport system: ―The bus service is terrible, isn’t it?‖ Greetings and small talk are an important part of conversation in any language. The way people greet each other and the things they talk about, however, may be different from one language to another. This shows that there is much more to learn when we learn a language than just the vocabulary and the grammar of the language. We also have to learn the social behavior of the people who speak it. 46. Small talk is __________. A. to let people disagree about something
B. a kind of conversation with short words C. something we talk about to start with a conversation D. a greeting when people meet each other 47. The favorite topic of small talk is about __________. A. games B. politics C. languages D. the weather 48. The passage suggests that when we learn a language __________. A. we should only master the grammar and vocabulary B. we should know the culture about the country C. we should grasp the importance of the language D. we should learn about the transport system of the country 49. When we say ―Great game, isn’t it?‖ we in fact __________. A. begin a small talk B. have a conversation C. greet each other D. ask a question 50. What we learn from the passage is that __________. A. in English-speaking countries we should talk about the weather B. different language has different grammar C. small talk depends on the purpose of the conversation D. small talk is an important part in a language. D As a boy, Charles Robert Darwin collected anything that caught his interest: insects, coins and interesting stones. He was not very clever, but Darwin was good at doing the things that interested him. His father was a doctor, so Darwin was sent to Edinburgh to study medicine, and was planned to follow a medical career. But Charles found the lectures boring. Then his father sent him to Cambridge University to study to be a priest. While at Cambridge, Darwin’s interest in zoology and geography grew. Later he got a letter from Robert FitzRoy who was planning to make a voyage around the world on a ship, the Beagle. He wanted a naturalist to join the ship, and Darwin was recommended(推荐). That voyage was the start of Darwin’s great life. As the Beagle sailed around the world, Darwin began to wonder how life had developed on earth. He began to observe everything. After he was home, he set to work, getting his collection in order. His first great work The Zoology of the Beagle was well received, but he was slow to make public his ideas on the origin of life. Later Darwin and Wallace, another naturalist who had the same opinions as Darwin, produced a paper together. Darwin’s great book, On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection ( 物 《 种起源》) appeared. It attracted a storm. People thought that Darwin was saying they were descended from monkeys. What a shameful idea! Although most scientists agreed that Darwin was right, the Church was still so strong that Darwin never received any honors for his work. Afterwards, he published another great work, The Descent of Man. His health grew worse, but he still worked. ―When I have to give up observation, I shall die,‖ he said. He was still working on 17, April, 1882. He was dead two days later. 51、Which of the following would be the best title for the passage? A.Charles Darwin’s ideas B.Charles Darwin’s works C.The greatest scientist: Charles Darwin D.Father of modern biology: Charles Darwin
52、Darwin’s father sent him to Edinburgh to _____. A.make him like natural history B.make him become a doctor C.let him change his hobbies D.have him give up his collection 53 According to the passage, Charles Darwin’s whole life was changed by _____. A.the voyage of the Beagle B.his collection of coins C.the naturalists at Cambridge D.his study at Cambridge University 54 The underlined part ―they were descended from monkeys‖ probably means ―_____‖. A.they gave monkeys life B.they were different from monkeys C.they were developed from monkeys D.they had to live with monkeys 55 We can learn from the passage that _____. A.Darwin announced his ideas on the origin of life as soon as he finished his voyage B.Wallace agreed with Darwin’s opinions and wrote The Descent of Man with him C.churchmen were strongly against Darwin’s ideas at that time D.Darwin wrote two great books and a paper during his lifetime 高二英语答题卡 姓名： 班级: 得分： 单选：1~5： 6~10： 11~15: 完形：16~20: 21~25: 26~30： 31~35: 阅读：36~40： 41~45： 46~50： 51~55： 任务型读写: There are a number of languages spoken throughout the world. Every person knows at least one language, which he learns in his childhood and is routinely used for speaking and writing. However, many people are fond of learning two or more languages, so they try to be bilingual, which means that they try to have the knowledge of two or more languages. And being bilingual can bring a person a number of benefits in various aspects. For example: A person can get cognitive(认知的) benefits from it. The bilingual people have two or more words for each idea and object. Therefore, a bilingual person can develop a creative thinking. The bilinguals are aware of which language should be spoken with which person in a particular situation. So they are more sensitive(敏感的) to the needs of the listener than the people who only use one language: Being bilingual also improves and enriches a person's mental development. Being bilingual has a positive effect on a person's character. The bilinguals are able to switch between different languages and talk to different people in various languages. It increases a sense of self-esteem( 自尊). Being bilingual creates a powerful link in different people from different countries. A bilingual education offers better curriculum results. The bilinguals tend to show a higher performance in examinations and tests. The bilinguals find it quite easy to learn and speak three, four or more languages. Being bilingual offers potential employment benefits. It offers a wider choice of jobs in various fields. The bilinguals can get a great many career opportunities in transport, tourism, public relations, marketing and sales, banking, translation, law, teaching and so on.
So it can be concluded from the above that we should try our best to learn and master two or more languages. Title: 56.__________ of being bilingual 57._______ Having the knowledge of two or more languages. ●Make a person think 58.__________. ● Make a person more sensitive to the listener's 59.__________. ● Improve and enrich a person's mental development. ● Increase a person's sense of 61.________. ●Create a powerful link in different people from different countries.
Cognition Benefits 60.______
Curriculum ● Enable a person to 62._____ better in examinations and tests. ● Make a person easily learn and speak more languages.
63._______ ● Offer a person more 64.__________ in finding jobs. 65._______ We should try our best to learn and master two or more languages. 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 作文： 假如你叫李华，是新华中学学生。最近你校在为一批来自美国的学生招募接待家庭，你有意 申请。请根据下表提供的信息用英语给学校国际部写一封信，说明你的理由。 申请理由： 住房条件 语言优势 接待经验 周末安排 宽敞、整洁、交通便利 擅长英语，父母都会说英语，交流无困难 以前曾接待过两名英国学生 周末陪同参观附近的名胜
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