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望江县 2010-2011 学年第一学期期末考试

高二英语试卷
命题老师 金盛林
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

第I卷 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) 1.What does the woman want the man to do? A. Lend her a computer. B. Explain the use of computers. C. Describe agriculture. 2.Where was Henry when the dog came over? A. Outside his house. B. In his office. D. In his neighbor’s house. 3.What is the relationship between the two speakers? A. Strangers. B. Workmates. C. Boss and employee. 4.Why is the woman uninterested in the experiment? A. She is worried about the effect on the world. B. She doesn't believe it will come true. C. She doesn't enjoy living too long. 5.What will the two speakers do? A. Go to the USA. B. See a performance. C. Act in a performance. 第二节(共 15 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 22.5 分) 听第 6 段材料,回答第 6 至 7 题。 6.Where is Mary? A. She is in the house. B. She is out. C. She has gone to school 7.What is Mary gong to do tomorrow night? A. See a friend in town. B. Go to work. C. Go to the night school. 听下面一段材料,回答第 8 至第 10 题. 8.What time will the two speaker go to see the Smiths? A. At 3:30 B. At 4:00 C. At 4:15 9.Why does Mary suggest that they should not go by bus? A. No direct bus can be taken. B. The bus is often broken. C. It’ll be in busy hour. 10.Where will the two speakers meet? A. At the bus stop. B. In front of a bookstore. C. At the cinema. 听下面一段材料,回答第 11 至第 13 题. 11.What are the two speakers talking about? A. Their journey. B. The forest. C. The birds and the plants. 12.What does the woman do? A. A reporter. B. A student. C. An actress.

13.How many different kinds of plants can be found in one square kilometer? A. About 1,500. B. About 400. C. About 750. 听下面一段材料,回答第 14 至第 16 题. 14.What’s the relationship between the two speakers? A. Classmates at college. B. Workmates in the same office. C. Husband and wife. 15.What has the man speaker invited the two men to do? A. He has invited them to see a film. B. He has invited them to dinner. C. He has invited them to a party. 16.Where will the two speaker and the two men get together this evening? A. In the hotel in front of the speakers’ house. B. In the two speakers’ home. C. In the two men’s home. 听下面一段材料,回答第 17 至第 20 题. 17.What does Mr. Show do? A. A singer. B. A teacher. C. A writer. 18.Why did all the people stand up when Mr. Shaw went in? A. Because they were all afraid of him. B. Because they all respected him. C. Because they wouldn’t listen to the young man. 19.Why didn’t all the people at the party stop the young man? A. He was cleverer than them all. B. He could tell them something interesting. C. They wouldn't make him angry. 20.What made the young man stop talking at last? A. That somebody told him the know-all was Mr. Shaw. B. That nobody listened to him. C. Mr. Shaw’s words. 第二部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分 45 分) 第一节 语法和词汇知识 (共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 21._____ man can fail many times, but he isn’t _____ failure until he begins to blame somebody else. A. A, / B. The, / C. A, a D. The, a 22.Our maths teacher, Mr. Smith, was studying the work last night, with the aim of making it more ____ to us. A. accessible B. possible C. available D. reliable 23.The broken bridge needs _____ immediately, for according to the weather forecast there should be a storm in a few days. A. being repaired B. repairing C. to repair D. repaired 24. --I didn’t catch the first train this morning. --You ______ the first train if you ______ earlier.

A. would catch; had got up B. could catch; should get up C. would have caught; had got up D. would catch; got up 25.--People should stop using their cars and start using public transport. --______! The roads are too crowded as it is. A. All right B. Exactly C. Go ahead D. Fine 26.The film ____ for ten minutes when we got to the cinema, so we didn't see the first part. A. had been on B. had begun C. has begun D. had been begun 27.China is still a developing country, as farmers _____ a larger part of the whole population. A. build up B. make up C. bring up D. put up 28. We shouldn’t spent our money testing so many people, most of _____are healthy A. that B. which C. what D. whom 29.______ the term is finished, I’m going to rest a few days and then take a trip. A. Now that B. Even if C. As if D. So that 30. --Thank you for reminding me of the time, or I would have been late. -- _______. A. With pleasure B. Forget it C. Don’t mention it D. At you service 31.--Why was Eric unhappy just now? --He was __ of leaving the classroom without locking the door last night. A. accused B. punished C. scolded D. charged 32.Whatever great difficulty we might meet with, we must finish the work within the week. There is no other ________. A. form B. result C. explanation D. alternative 33.It’s a pity that Lucy’s parents don't approve of _____ our club. So there is nothing I can do. A. her to join B. her joining C. she joins D. she to join 34. The song is her favorite, and she cannot ____ listening to it again and again . A. admit B. suggest C. risk D. resist 35.The amount of money given to everyone will be the same, _____ whether they are kids or adults. A. in case of B. instead of C. regardless of D. because of 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,从短文后所给各题的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出可以 填入空白处的最佳选项。 Sports psychology is a field that includes the observation of behavior and how it affects sports performance. When a sport psychologist is 36 with an

athlete, the athlete’s behaviors are observed and the sport psychologist determines how those behaviors are 37 sports performance of the athlete. 38 , sport psychologist determine how participation in sport affects the physical and emotional health of athletes. Achieving these basic 39 can help sport psychologists 40 individual (个人的) action plans for each of their clients(客户). How can a sport psychologist help athletes? Here are some 41 a sport psychologist can help athletes. Goal setting: Sport psychologists can help athletes set 42 goals which can be achieved. Achieving these goals will help athletes 43 motivated and can also help with the achievement of larger goals. Improving focus: Athletes can become 44 and unable to concentrate on their performance due to many different things like the pressure to succeed. This 45 of focus can affect their performance and make it 46 for them to win. With a sport psychologist’s help, athletes can learn the skill of focusing and keeping focused throughout 47 . Dealing with pressure: Many athletes 48 strong pressure to perform well and carry their teams to 49 . Sport psychologists can help athletes learn to use pressure as a positive motivator instead of a stressor. Sport psychologists can cooperate with a wide 50 of people. They can cooperate with athletic teams or individual athletes 51 performances are improved. Fitness club or the creators of fitness programs may 52 a sport psychologist to review their programs and make any needed changes. Sport psychologists can also 53 college courses or instruct students who want to learn this subject. Sport psychology is valuable field of study that can impact on the lives of many athletes. With the right sport psychologist, you can work on 54 obstacles( 障 碍 ; 障 碍 物 ) to success. This can help you become more successful on and off the 55 field. 36. A. arguing B. meeting C. talking D. working 37. A. influencing B. encouraging C. reducing D. worsening 38. A. Yet B. But C. Also D. Thus 39. A. grades B. aims C. facts D. dreams 40. A. focus B. complete C. change D. form 41. A. reasons B. ways C. questions D. rules 42. A. great B. weak C. small D. simple 43. A. stay B. prove C. seem D. sound 44. A. disappointed B. famous C. excited D. anxious 45. A. loss B. increase C. waste D. drop 46. A. possible B. difficult C. necessary D. natural 47. A. plans B. chores C. competitions D. incidents 48. A. face B. avoid C. solve D. find 49. A. celebrations B. victory C. decisions D. expectation 50. A. choice B. view C. difference D. variety 51. A. even though B. now that C. so that D. in case

52. A. hire 53. A. create 54. A. leaving 55. A. entertaining

B. force B. set B. recognizing B. playing

C. require C. use C. removing C. dancing

D. promise D. teach D. separating D. fighting

第三部分:阅读理解(共 20 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 40 分) 第一节 阅读下列短文,然后从各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C、D)中,选出 最佳选项 A The city bus stopped at the corner. Boarding the bus, I looked for a place to sit because I hated standing and suffering from the rocking of the bus. At last, I found a place to sit near the back. Next to me was an old man in a black hat like what I always pictured reporters wearing. Sitting down, I began to read the book I’d been carrying. The man asked if I’d read any other book like the one I was holding. When I told him I had, he seemed to become interested. He introduced himself as Carl. He told me about how he used to play the trumpet(喇叭) in the 1950s in jazz clubs. He asked if I liked jazz, and I told him that I never really listened to it and that I liked punk. He smiled and said, “You remind me of myself when I was your age. I remember how my parents hated jazz and how they couldn’t see why I could listen to‘that awful noise’. I bet your parents say the same thing about punk, don't they?” Now it was my turn to smile, amused at how right he was. Carl and I talked about a lot of different things. The more we talked, the more amazed I became at how much the two of us really had in common. Finally, Carl got off at his stop, and mine was soon after. Carl taught me that we should make an extra effort to try and get to know our neighbors and people we see every day, regardless of age, race, religion, or anything else. If we all took the time to understand each other, I think the world would be a much better place that we could share together, as humans. 56.The author wanted to find a seat in the bus because he ______. A. was too tired after a day’s hard work B. couldn’t bear the shaking of the bus C. wanted to sit close the old man D. wanted to read his book quietly 57.The author imagined a reporter to be someone who ______. A. likes jazz very much B. enjoys talking with others C. likes reading books D. wear a black hat 58.From Paragraph 3 we learn that ______. A. punk came from jazz in the 1950s B. parents usually have the same musical tastes as their children C. Carl was disappointed that the author didn't like jazz D. the author’s parents didn't like punk 59.What did the author discover while talking with Carl?

A. They were different in many ways. B. They shared a lot of common interests. C. They were going to the same place. D. They didn't like their parents. B. Anyone who has ever gone fishing probably knows this general rule: keep the big one; throw the smaller ones back, but this may have done more harm than good. Scientists wondered if the fish would stop becoming small if such catch-big fishing practices were stopped. Now, David Conover, a fish scientist at Stony Brook University in New York spent five years studying if fish would become small and then another five years studying if fish could gain their former size again. Conover and his team caught hundreds of silversides(银河鱼) in Great South Bay, New York. The tiny fish were divided into six groups, for two of which Conover followed the “keep the large ones” rule and took out the biggest fish. In fact, he fished out all but the smallest ten percent. For two other groups, he only removed the small fish. For the last two groups, he removed fish randomly. After five years, he measured the fish in each population. In the two groups where he had regularly removed the largest fish, the average fish size was smaller than that in the other groups. For the second five years of his experiment, Conover changed the rules. Instead of removing fish based on the size, he took fish randomly. At the end of the experiment, he found that the fish that were in the “keep the large ones” group for the first five years had started to get larger again, but they didn't return to their original size. Conover’s study shows fishing organizations need to keep in mind the evolution, which is the process by which species change over time. It may be time to get rid of the “keep the large ones” rule. Instead, fishers should keep fish that are neither small nor large, which will help fish stay their original size. 60.What can we know about the “keep the large ones” rule from the passage? A. It may do more harm than good. B. It’s a good rule that fishermen should follow. C. It will cause fish to die out in the long run. D. It will cause the number of fish to get smaller. 61.How did Conover and his team carry out the research? A. They divided the fish into two groups and spent five years studying them. B. They divided the fish into four groups and spent ten years studying them. C. They divided the fish into six groups and spent five years studying them. D. They divided the fish into six groups and spent ten years studying them. 62.The underlined word “randomly” in Paragraph 3 can be replaced by _____. A. on purpose B. by chance C. at will D. for fun 63.What are fishing organizations advised to do?

A. Obey the rules of evolution. C. Protect all the species.

B. Do more experiments. D. Help fish stay their middle size.

C You might think that “global warming” means nothing more than a rise in the world’s temperature But rising sea levels caused by it have resulted in the first evacuation(撤离)of an island nation—the citizens of Tuvalu will have to leave their homeland. During the 20th century, sea level rose 8—12 inches. As a result, Tuvalu has experienced lowland flooding of salt water which has polluted the country’s drinking water. Paani Laupepa, a Tuvaluan government official, reported to the Earth Policy Institute that the nation suffered an unusually high number of fierce storms in the past ten years .Many scientists connect higher surface water temperatures resulting from global warming to greater and more damaging storms. Laupepa expressed dissatisfaction with the United States for refusing to sign the Kyoto Protocol, an international agreement calling for industrialized nations to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions(导致温室效应的气体排放), which are a main cause of global warming. “By refusing to sign the agreement, the US has effectively taken away the freedom of future generations of Tuvaluans to live where their forefathers have lived for thousands of years,” Laupepa told the BBC. Tuvalu has asked Australia and New Zealand to allow the gradual move of its people to both countries. Tuvalu is not the only country that is vulnerable (易受影响的)to rising sea levels. Maumoon Gayoon, president of the Maldives, told the United Nations that global warming has made his country of 311,000 an “endangered nation”. 64.The text is mainly about ______ . A. rapid changes in earth’s temperature B. bad effects of global warming C. moving of a country to a new place D. reasons for lowland flooding 65. According to scientists, the DIRECT cause of more and fiercer storms is_____. A. greenhouse gas emissions in industrialized nations B. higher surface water temperatures of the sea C. continuous global warming D. rising sea levels 66.Laupepa was not satisfied with the United States because it did not _____ . A. allow Tuvaluans to move to the US B. sign an agreement with Tuvalu C. agree to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions D. believe the problems facing Tuvalu were real

67.The country whose situation is similar to that of Tuvalu is _____ . A. Australia B. New Zealand C. the Maldives D. the United States D Susan Boyle, a singer who became a global star with an amazing performance on Britain’s Got Talent, said in a television interview that her sudden fame was like a “demolition (毁灭) ball”. The interview, which was shown on the US morning show Today, was Boyle’s first TV interview since she became a global Internet and TV star with millions of fans. When the church volunteer from Scotland failed to win the final of Britain’s Got Talent, she became ill and was treated for extreme tiredness at a London hospital. “The influence of fame is like a demolition ball. Anyone who has that kind of influence finds it really hard to treat it correctly,” Boyle told interviewer Meredith Vieira of the Today show. “I’ve got to be honest here,” Boyle said. “I guess I had to treat in a correct way, but through the guidance of a great team, I was able to see that properly and really turn that around a little.” Boyle is at work on am upcoming album, under the direction of Simon Cowell, the sharp-tongued judge from singing competitions American Idol and Britain’s Got Talent. Cowell created Britain’s Got Talent and America’s Got Talent. He had a high opinion of Boyle and was optimistic about her future development. The 48-year-old Boyle’s singing of I dreamed a Dream, her first and most popular performance on Britain’s Got Talent, attracted 275 million video views on the web and made her a global star. “Getting out of obscurity(不出名) is a bit like, you know, going on a long journey,” Boyle said, “You don't know what’s going to happen. You don't know how it’s going to end. I don't want it to end.” During her rise to fame, media commented on Boyle’s unfashionable and unattractive appearance, but she had a new haircut for her interview and made the interviewer compliment (称赞) Boyle by saying, “I’m loving the hair.” 68. From Paragraph 1 we know that Susan Boyle ______. A. greatly surprised people by her performance B. won’t sing on the show any more C. had never been interviewed before D. had Internet and TV fans only in the US 69.Susan Boyle fell ill after the competition probably because _____. A. she was disappointed to lose the final B. she was very tired and under great pressure C. she was treated unfairly and got hurt D. she practiced too hard without resting 70.According to the passage, Simon Cowell ________. A. believes Susan Boyle has great potential B. comments mildly on competitors’ performance C. is indeed the creator of American Idol

D. prefers British competitors to American ones 71.What did Susan Boyle think about her becoming famous? A. It was just like having a dream. B. It made her the first global star C. It was like having a mysterious trip. D. It made her wonder the result of her life. 72. During the interview, the interviewer thought that Boyle _____. A. was unpopular with media B. was out of style C. was ordinary-looking D. had a lovely hairstyle E Long journeys affect the baby by not allowing him room for movement. This means that his limbs will suffer pain. Unless you have a big bus, you will not be able to provide a bed for a child. Even if you could provide the bed, you run the risk of the child suffering very serious injuries in the event of an accident. Don't worry any longer. The baby car seat can solve the problem. Below are some tips on how to properly equip your car for a journey. Make sure that you read the safety handbook for the baby car seat. Simple and straightforward advice is always on every piece of equipment, but many people do not really follow it. It will save you lots of money if you spare a few minutes to read the handbook. Drive safely. The presence or use of a baby car seat does not allow you to drive crazily. Remember to keep the speed limits. More importantly, remember that your child is more precious than an exciting speed. Secure the baby seat. This is the most important thing that you can do. Ensure that the latches(锁扣) are tight and therefore won’t come out at a slight impact. You should also secure it with a seat belt. Also check and confirm that the places that you are securing it to are strongly held on the seat. Have breaks during long journeys. The baby seat can be as tiring as an adult seat. Having breaks and allowing the child a few minutes to walk around will do wonders. The child will be able to recuperate(恢复) his energy. This way, the baby will look forward to the next journey. 73. What is the structure of the passage? A. ①/②③④⑤⑥ B. ①/②③④⑤/⑥ C. ①②③④⑤/⑥ D. ①②/③④⑤/⑥ 74.Which of the following statements is NOT true according to the passage? A. Providing a bed can’t prevent injuries to a baby in the event of an accident. B. Reading the safety handbook is the most important tip. C. You should make sure that a baby car seat is in place. D. You’d better not always leave your baby lying in the seat. 75. This passage was written mainly for ______. A. drivers B. students C. parents D. children

第 II 卷
第一节: 任务型阅读 (共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 请认真阅读下面短文,并根据所读内容在文章后表格中的空格里填入最恰当的单词。 注意:每空一词。(请将答案填在答题卷)

There are some very good things about open education. This way of teaching allows the students to develop their own interests in many subjects. Open education allows students to be responsible for their own education. Some students do badly in traditional classrooms. They will not have to worry about grades or rules. But many students will not do well in an open classroom. For some students, there are too few rules. These students will do little in school. They will not make good use of open education. Because open education is so different form traditional education, these students may have a problem of getting used to making so many choices. For many students it is important to have some rules in the classroom. They worry about the rules even when there are no rules. Even a few rules will help this kind of students. The last point about open education is that some traditional teachers do not like it. Many teachers do not believe in open education. Teachers who want to have all open classroom may have many problems at their school. You now know what open education is. Some of its good points and bad points have been explained. You may have your own opinion about open education. The writer thinks that open education is a good idea, but only in theory. In actual fact, it may not work very well in a real class or school. The writer believes that most students, but of course not all students, want some structure in their classes. They want and need to have some rules. In some cases, they must be made to study some subjects. Many students are pleased to find subjects they have to study interesting. They would not study those subjects if they did not have to.
第二节:书 面 表 达 (满 分 25 分 ) 人们的生活水平越来越高, 购买汽车的人越来越多。 下面是人们对于个人购买汽车的两 种不同的意见,请根据这两种看法,写一篇短文,并表达自己对于这件事情的看法。 赞成 1. 个人购买汽车可加速汽车工业的发展; 2. 上下班方便; 3. 使人们的生活多姿多彩。 1. 使道路更加拥挤; 2. 使污染更加严重; 3. 使得能能源的供应更加紧张。 反对

注意: 1.词数:100 左右(不包括已给的起始句)。 As time goes on, people are getting richer and their life is getting better and better.

高二英语答题卷
第一节: 任务型阅读 (共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分)

Title

(76)_________ Education Open education is way of teaching which allows students to learn what they are (77)________in without many rules.

Definition

●Open education enables students to realize they are learning for (78)__________,not for others. Advantages ●Some students find more happiness in open classrooms (79)__________ with traditional classrooms.

●Many students can’t prove themselves as good in open classrooms as in traditional classrooms. (80)____________ ●There are so many choices for students to (81)_________that they can’t use open education properly. ●Some teachers are not in (82) ________of such way of teaching. ●Open education is just in (84)________, but in a real class or school it is not so good.

The writer’s(83)_______ ●The (85)___________of students want some structure in to open education their classes.

第二节:书 面 表 达 (满 分 25 分 )

As time goes on, people are getting richer and their life is getting better and better._________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________

高二英语答案 听力 1-5 BABAB 单选 21-25 CABCB 完型填空 36-40 DACBD 41-45 BCADA 46-50 BCABD 51-55 CADCB 阅读理解 56-59 BDDB 69-72 ABACD 60-63 ADCA 73-75 ABC 64-68 BACC 26-30 ABDAC 31-35 ADBDC 6-10 BCCCB 11-15 BAACB 16-20 BCBCC

任务型读写: (注意单词大小写) 76.Open 77. interested 78. themselves 79. compared 80. Disadvantages 81. make 82. favor/support 83. attitude/opinion 84. theory 85. majority 书面表达:
As time goes on, people are getting richer and their life is getting better and better. As a result, more people are ready to buy cars for their own use. But different people have different ideas about whether they should buy cars for personal use. Some people hold the belief that buying cars for personal use can help develop motor industry in our country. With the help of cars, it will be convenient for them to go to and off work. Besides, cars can make their life more colourful and beautiful. As we all know, every coin has two sides. Some people think that more personal cars will make roads more crowded and produce more dirty gases. In addition, more cars will use more resources. Therefore, too many cars will make energy supply more demanding. As far as I am concerned, I think it necessary for people to buy their own cars as long as they are able to.


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