考试时间：2015 年 11 月 5—6 日
上饶县中学 2017 届高二年级上学期第二次月考
英 语 试 卷
命题人：潘 玮 审题人：黄慧芬 时间：120 分钟 总分：150 分
第 I 卷（三部分，共 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 中选出最选项，并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后，你都有 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 woman plan to do? A. Stay at school. B. Visit her family. C. Go camping. 2. What are they talking about? A. A ship. B. A movie. C. A joke. 3. Why can’t the speakers go on the trip? A. The man’s uncle died. B. The man got sick. C. The woman has to attend a meeting. 4. What does the man mean? A. Benjamin is very honest. B. Benjamin often breaks his words. C. Benjamin is serious about his work. 5. What reason was given for the man’s being late? A. His car was out of petrol. B. He couldn’t mend his car. C. He had to go back for clean clothes. 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 至 7 题。 6. What can we know from the dialogue? A. The man knows the time of America’s bread revolution. B. The bread has more than five ingredients. C. Both the man and the woman love bread. 7. What does the woman want to make? A. A whole loaf of bread. B. A pizza. C. A sandwich. 听第 7 段材料，回答第 8 至 9 题。 8. Where did the man grow up? A. In a city. B. In a small town. C. In the countryside. 9. What do the speakers see on the streets? A. Kids playing football. B. Nice shops. C. A lot of trash. 听第 8 段材料，回答第 10 至 12 题。 10. When did the man become a vegetarian?
A. At age 10. B. At age 12. C. At age 20. 11. What animals did the man’s friends have? A. Horses. B. Pigs. C. Sheep. 12. What made the man decide to eat differently? A. He read about being a vegetarian. B. He saw a chicken being killed. C. He didn’t like his mother ’s cooking. 听第 9 段材料，回答第 13 至 16 题。 13. What kind of food does the man want to eat? A. Thai. B. Italian. C. Indian. 14. What does the woman suggest first? A. Going to a big city to find the right spices. B. Looking around the local market. C. The man should learn how to cook the food himself. 15. Where do the speakers live? A. In Australia. B. In America. C. In England. 16. Who may the woman ask for help? A. The man’s brother. B. The man’s uncle. C. Her mother. 听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. Which word can be used to describe the New York subway? A. Old. B. Boring. C. Slow. 18. Why did Rosie Ruiz get on the subway? A. She was tired of running. B. She wanted to go home. C. She wanted to win a race. 19. What happened in the 1960s? A. The trains ran much faster. B. The subway became dangerous. C. The trains started running underground. 20. What do people like most about the subway, according to the speaker? A. The feeling of traveling fast in a train underground. B. The adventure of exploring the tunnels. C. Standing at the window and watching the lights. 第二部分：阅读理解（共 20 小题， 每小题 2 分，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。 A Michelle was a student at University of California, Los Angeles. She is here to tell us how she feels about the city. What were the best things about Los Angeles? One of my favorite things about Los Angeles is the weather. I hate the cold and it never really gets that cold there. Plus, most of the time it’s usually sunny, which is good because I love going to the beach during the summer. There’s so much to do at the beach, but my favorite thing in L.A. was having a picnic on the sand with my friends. What were the worst things about being there? I disliked having to drive everywhere to get around because the city is so spread out. Los Angeles has a lot of traffic and sometimes it takes a long time to get somewhere close by just because the streets are so crowded. Also, a lot of people complain about the pollution.
Did you have any problems there? Just the normal problems of living in any city, like watching out for pickpockets (扒 手). Some people think Los Angeles has a lot of crime, but I think it’s as safe as any other city. Also, many people think driving is difficult because there is a lot of traffic and road rage (路怒症), but it just takes a little practice and a lot of patience. What are the people like in Los Angeles? There are all types of people in Los Angeles since the city is pretty diverse. For the most part, though, most of the people are friendly, calm and relaxed. Some people say that everyone in Los Angeles is beautiful, but I think that’s just a stereotype (模式化的 印象). Would you go back to Los Angeles? Certainly. Los Angeles is one of my favorite cities in the world. I love the fact that it has all the nightlife and shopping of a big city, but also has access to beaches, parks, mountains and other places you can’t usually find in large cities. Between the weather and the beaches and all the fun things to do, it’s a great place to be. 21. We can learn from the text that Michelle . A. Hates the heavy traffic in Los Angeles B. dislikes the cold weather in Los Angeles C. thinks Los Angeles is small and crowded D. enjoys driving everywhere in Los Angeles 22. What’s Michelle’s impression of the people in Los Angles? A. They get angry easily. B. All sorts of people live there. C. They are patient and amusing. D. Everyone is kind and beautiful. 23. How does Michelle find Los Angeles? A. Safe but noisy. B. Relaxing but busy. C. Polluted and dangerous. D. Diverse and interesting. 24. We learn from the text that . A. Michelle was born in Los Angeles B. Michelle loved the life in Los Angeles C. Los Angeles has many traffic accidents D. Michelle has no plan to return to Los Angeles B Hundreds of foreign aid workers are in West Africa treating people with Ebola and I’ve just flown from the UK to Liberia to face the deadly virus. I was first in Liberia five weeks ago. Back then, our treatment centre had already run out of room. At the centre, the smell of blood and dead bodies is terrible. I am only leave it to your imagination to understand what a pile of bodies smells like after a week in very hot and moist (潮湿的) surroundings, which makes you feel sick most of the time. I’m responsible for infection control, which means that my first job is to make sure of the safety of the people I work with and of myself. We have to wear our scrubs and when you undress afterwards, it looks like someone has just poured some water over you. I try to visit the patients, give them some water and help where I can. I’ll wash patients and give some physical contact (接触) to each person because nobody else will touch them and nobody else has been near them for days, so they must feel very lonely and very frightened. If we have children at the treatment centre, Which we quite often do, I’ll try to bring them some toys and have a little game with them if I can.
Depending on how many people have died, I’ll then start the very unpleasant job of moving the bodies. If the relatives want to come and say goodbye, we set up a viewing and I try to make that as pleasant as I can. I do feel fear and I can’t ignore that. Last time I was in Liberia, I’d wake up during the night and take my temperature. If I had a sore throat (喉咙痛), I’d start to wonder if I had the virus and worry, Meanwhile I do enjoy my job. After all, when we get Ebola under control, there’ll be the satisfaction of knowing I did a job that maybe not everyone could have done and that I played a small part in helping to overcome this terrible disease. 25. In Liberia, the author mainly . A. raised patients’ spirits B. studied the deadly virus C. tried to find a cure for Ebola D. tried to stop Ebola spreading 26. The underlined word “scrubs” in Paragraph 3 refers to . A. some belts to help move the patients B. something marking their positions C. something to keep them warm D. some clothes to keep them safe 27. If an infected patient’s relatives visit, they can . A. arrange a viewing. B. play a special game with him. C. have physical contact with him D. take care of him for a few days. 28. Which of the following best describes the author? A. Determined and optimistic. B. Warmhearted and honest. C. Talented and patient. D. Brave and caring. C Everybody should have some level of first aid ability, because accidents and medical emergencies can happen anywhere at any time. St John First Aid courses give you the knowledge and confidence to provide effective first aid whenever it’s needed. First Aid Level 1 Ideal (理想的) for anyone who wants to learn basic first aid or needs to renew their first aid qualification (资格). Courses can be held at St John or your workplace. ▲Fee: $162 (includes GST) ▲Duration (持续时间): Eight hours First Aid Level 2 Includes all course content from First Aid Level One; plus an additional half day. Ideal for special first aiders, health and safety managers and anyone who needs a first aid qualification. ▲Fee: $235 (includes GST) ▲Duration: 12 hours Pre-Hospital Emergency Care (PHEC) Advanced training for first aiders who already hold unit standards 6400 and 6402. Ideal for people who require advanced first aid skills or a pre-hospital emergency care (PHEC) qualification for their work. ▲Fee: $635 (includes GST) ▲Duration: Three days Child First Aid Ideal for parents, grandparents and other family caregivers. A recognized qualification for childcare workers. ▲Fee: $65 (includes GST) ▲Duration: Four hours Outdoor First Aid First aid response for accidents and medical emergencies in the wilderness. For
groups of eight or more. ▲Duration: One to two days depending on experience Sports First Aid First aid response for common sporting injuries and medical emergencies. Includes ACC injury prevention advice. ▲Duration: Eight hours 29. Pre-Hospital Emergency Care teaches people about . A. first aid in childcare B. basic emergency care C. advanced first aid skills D. injury prevention methods 30. If you are going to camp, which course should you choose beforehand? A. child First Aid. B. Sports First Aid. C. First Aid Level 1. D. Outdoor First Aid. 31. The main purpose of the text is to . A. introduce the courses of first aid B. teach people knowledge of first aid C. change people’s attitude towards first aid D. let people renew their first aid qualification D For some kids, the news on TV can be difficult to understand. Don’t worry! Here comes Linda Ellerbee. She is a well-known journalist behind Nickelodeon’s Nick News, a special TV program for kids. As the show’s creator and reporter, Ellerbee talks about the news in a way that’s easy for children to understand. This month, Nick News celebrated its 20th birthday. It is the longest running TV news program for kids. Ann Curry, the host of the program Today, interviewed Ellerbee in New York City. Ellerbee wore her favorite orange shoes—the same pair she wears in the program—for the special occasion. When asked why she started Nick News, Ellerbee’s answer is simple. “Kids have a right (权利) to know,” she says. “And they already to know, but maybe not all the facts.” She looks at her job on Nick News as more than just a news reporter. She says that it’s her duty to explain the news and help children understand what has really happened. Ellerbee tries to balance bad news with good news, too. “Behind each sad story, there’s always someone or something trying to make it better,” she explains. Beside important events, Nick News also reports the things that are going on in the world of kids. When deciding what to talk about in the program, Ellerbee says, “We think: What big events are kids unable to avoid? What are they already hearing about? What can we help them understand better?” 32. According to the text, Linda Ellerbee . A. is now twenty years old B. works as a news reporter C. likes to wear sports shoes D. knows how to take care of kids. 33. Nick News is special because of . A. the time it begins. B. the news it reports C. the way it collects the news D. the way it tells kids the news 34. What do we know about Nick News? A. It mainly reports exciting news. B. It is a new program made by Ellerbee. C. It teaches kids how to make the news. D. It helps kids learn about the news better. 35. The last paragraph mainly talks about . A. why children like Nick News B. how Ellerbee understands news
C. what topics Nick News covers D. different kinds of news programs 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，并在答题 卡上将该项涂黑。选项中有两项为多余选项。 Tips for the perfect selfie (自拍) You can take a selfie with a hand – held digital camera or mobile phone and later share it on the Internet. So selfies have been especially popular over the years. 36 Love them or hate them, selfies show no sign of stopping. After all, the selfie is the most important way to show off on holiday. Everyone has his own way to take the holiday selfies. How can you take the best holiday selfies? 37 ◆’Food chew’ style Want to let everyone know how exciting your holiday food choices are. 38 You can also cut off a piece to show off what’s inside. But don’t have food hanging out of your mouth. ◆’I’m so adventurous’ style Rock climbing, hiking, surfing, or skiing. 39 Just let the natural settings make people go “wow”. One commonly used gesture is spreading out an arm to show low thrilled you are. But remember that no one likes a sweaty selfie. ◆’I am cultured tourist’ style 40 You can also try an optical illusion (视错觉) by making it look like you’re holding up the learning tower of Pisa, touching the top of the Eiffel Tower, or picking the Sphinx’s nose. A. Just taking a selfie against a famous cultural site makes you look great. B. Some people have no idea where to travel. C. According to a recent survey, half of the interviewees admitted to taking a selfie while on holiday. D. These adventurous holiday moments are great for a selfie. E. Different cultures have different characteristics of food. F. Hold up some food on your fork or chopsticks. G. Here are some useful posing tips for you. 第三部分 英语知识运用（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。 Before my year abroad, everyone advised me to say “yes” to everything. They weren’t 41 . However, here in Germany, “I don’t mind” doesn’t seem to be an acceptable 42 . Neither does “I’ll do whatever you want to do” nor “Really, either way is fine by me”. It really is 43 yes or no. Despite having a huge smile on your face most Germans will look at you 44 you’re unable to make a 45 , which of course isn’t true; we’re just being really typically British. My first encounter (遭遇) of this was when I 46 the hotel for my first two nights in Germany. The 47 asked when I would like my breakfast in the morning. Being typically British, I replied saying whenever was 48 for her. She gave me a(n) 49 look and asked again. “No, When do you want to have 50 ? Er. OK… err … 8 am?” she smiled and I 51 quickly, “Only if that is 52 for you though.” I knew about the British stereotype (模式化的形象) of 53 before I came abroad. However, I didn’t 54 how much truth there was to it until I arrived here and began experiencing it on a day-to-day basis. 55 give you funny looks in restaurants if you say thank you repeatedly when they 56 all kinds of services. But that’s only right for the British. For everyone else, being so polite is totally 57 .
And when it comes to me 58 questions, it’s even worse. “Would you be able to do that for me if it’s not too much trouble, please?” just doesn’t work here. You can to be 59 and say what you want. The first time I said “Pass that here”, my heart was 60 and I could almost hear my mum screaming in my head about manners. 41. A. wrong B. special C. clever D. kind 42. A. excuse B. sentence C. reward D. answer 43. A. also B. still C. just D. even 44. A. as if B. now that C. unless D. although 45. A. living B. decision C. wish D. difference 46. A. chose B. ordered C. left D. reached 47. A. customer B. owner C. cook D. employer 48. A. cheapest B. longest C. easiest D. hardest 49. A. confused B. cautious C. anxious D. wild 50. A. tea B. lunch C. breakfast D. coffee 51. A. begged B. agreed C. apologized D. added 52. A. difficult B. ridiculous C. convenient D. dangerous 53. A. business B. politeness C. weakness D. happiness 54. A. realize B. believe C. expect D. forget 55. A. Farmers B. Officers C. Friends D. Waiters 56. A. accept B. offer C. guarantee D. introduce 57. A. unfortunate B. unsatisfying C. unnecessary D. uninteresting 58. A. asking B. listing C. discussing D. solving 59. A. careful B. direct C. creative D. honest 60. A. breaking B. moving C. aching D. racing 第二节：语法填空。（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（不多于 3 个单词）或括号内单词的 正确形式。 David: Mr Smith, sorry to disturb you, but I really have something important 61. (discuss) with you. I think we can have robots make cough medicine for us. Mr. Smith: Robots? Are you playing 62. joke on me? Why are you talking about robots with me? Don’t forget the fact 63. we are only a small company. David: You see we make ten different kinds of cough medicine. But each operation only has four steps. Mr. Smith: How many robots will we need 64. all then? David: Four. The first robot will measure and mix the materials 65. (use) for making the medicine. The second robot will pour the medicine into the bottles. Then the third robot will put on the labels. The last robot will pack the bottles into boxes. Mr. Smith: And what will happen when one of the robots breaks down? David: A repairman 66. (send) here by the robot company within an hour. Mr. Smith: I just can’t imagine it. What will we have here? A quiet building with robots rolling around doing the work? David: That’s it. And these robots are great workers. They will work 24 hours a day without feeling tired but surely to your 67. (satisfy). Whatever you say is 68. (obey) perfectly. I think every boss desires 69. (have) these robots. Mr. Smith: I am 70. (total) in favour of your idea.
第 II 卷（两部分，共 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短文。 短文中共有 10 处错误，每句中最多有两处。错误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。 Last Monday, my classmate and I saw some people gathering around in our way to school. In order to see what was happening, so we got close enough and found an old woman lie on the ground. The people around her just stand there, watching and chatting. We were worried about her and decided to take her to the hospital immediate. It turned out that she lost her balance but fell. She had to stay in hospital, so we called her family. Soon his son came and thanked us by offering us money. We refused money and left. Hurried to school, we found we were late. To our delight though, our teacher praised us for that we had done and we felt very proud. 第二节: 书面表达（满分 25 分） 第二节: 书面表达（满分 25 分） 假设你是李华，最近某英文报正在讨论中学生是否应该通过网络进行在线学 习。以下是你所在班级讨论的情况。请你给该报写一封信，反映讨论结果并谈谈 自己的看法。
赞成（70%）的理由 网上资源丰富，学习者可以自由选择学习内容 和时间 反对（30%）的理由 自己的控制力较差，网上学习效果难以保证
注意：词数 100 左右（开头已给出，但不计入总词数）。 Dear Editor, Recently, our class has had a heated discussion about whether students should learn on the Internet.
Yours, Li Hua
上饶县中学 2017 届高二年级上学期第二次月考
英 语 答 案
听力：1—5 CBABC 6—10 CCACB 25—28 DDAD 11—15 CBCCB 29—31 CDA 16—20 BACBA 32—35 BDDC 阅读理解：21—24 ABDB 七选五：36—40 CGFDA 完形填空：41—45 ADCAB 46—50 DBCAC 51—55 DCBAD 56—60 BCABD 语法填空：61. to discuss 62. a 63. that 64. in 65. used
66. will be sent 67. satisfaction totally 短文改错：71. …in our way to… 72. …so we got close… 73. …an old woman lie… 74. …just stand there…
68. to be obeyed 69. to have 70.
in→on 去掉 so lie→lying stand→tood
75. …the hospital immediate. immediate→immediately 76. …her balance but fell. 77. Soon his son came… 78. We refused money… 79. Hurried to school… but→and his→her money 前加 the/his Hurried→Hurrying
80. …for that we had… that→what 作文：One possible version: Dear Editor, Recently, our class has had a heated discussion about whether students should learn on the Internet. 70% of the students are in favor of the new learning way. They think online learning is convenient and the Internet is filled with useful resources. What’s more, learners have the freedom to decide what and when to learn. However, 30% of the students hold the opposite opinion. They think they lack self-control, and can’t learn efficiently without face-to-face communication. As far as I am concerned, I approve of online learning because we can gain more useful information on the Internet. However, we high school students should make proper use of this tool rather than being addicted to the games online. Yours, Li’Hua
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