第Ⅰ卷（共 115 分） 第一部分：听力理解（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
. When will the man pick up the woman? A. At 10:30. B. At 10:50. C. At 11:05. 2. What does the man think of the jacket? A. Small. B. Heavy. C. Big. 3. Where is Mary? A. She is in her bedroom. B. She is out somewhere. C. She is in the kitchen. 4. Where is the woman now? A. In a gym. B. In a store. C. In a restaurant. 5. How much will the man pay in total? A. ＄4. B. ＄6. C. ＄8. 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。选出最佳选项。 听第 6 段材料，回答第 6、7 题。 6. What kind of hotel is the man looking for? A. An inexpensive hotel B. A comfortable hotel. C. A modern hotel. 7. How long will the man stay in the hotel? A. One night. B. Two nights. C. Three nights. 听第 7 段材料，回答第 8、9 题。 8. What day is it today? A. Friday. B. Thursday. C. Wednesday. 9. How many people are going to the restaurant? A. Three. B. Four. C. Five. 听第 8 段对话，回答第 10 至 12 题。 10. Who is the man probably? A. A foreign student. B. Kate’s boyfriend. C. The woman’s friend. 11. What is Kate doing now? A. Watching a film. B. Reading a book. C. Making a phone call. 12. Why is the man asking so many questions tonight? A. To know more about the family. B. To improve his spoken English. C. To get close to Kate. 请听第 9 段材料，回答第 13 至 16 题。 13. What did the woman plan to study at first?
A. Law. B. Art. C. Business. 14. Why does the woman decide to study medicine now? A. Because doctors are highly paid. B. Because people always respect doctors. C. Because there are not enough doctors in China. 15. What is the man studying? A. Marketing. B. History. C. English. 16. What can we learn from the conversation? A. The two speakers are classmates. B. The man has also changed his mind. C. The woman gives the man some useful advice. 请听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题。
第二部分：英语知识运用（共两节，满分 45 分） 第一节 单项填空（共 15 小题，每小题 1 分，满分 15 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，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 21. He missed long jump . A. the ; the a ; the 22. The job , if time . A. do done 23. Sometimes your friends’ opinions are you do an important thing . A. impressive attractive 24. ---A. Can A. fixing fixed 26. People like to make friends with A. whom B. whomever shares with their interests . D. who with the open countryside and
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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，掌握其大意，然后从 36—55 各题所给的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中， 选出最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 I believe the best heroes are often the ones who haven’t been publicly recognized . They’re someone’s hero just by living their life as 36 , not necessarily struggling for anything particular outside of survival . They’re everyday ordinary people . 37 , my greatest hero without doubt isn’t a famous person or someone who has a rags-to-riches（白手起家的）story . In fact , this person isn’t a hero at all , but a heroine : my mother who has been my greatest source of 38 . A brief glance into this unusual woman’s life makes it 39 . My mother was married to a man who drank like a fish almost every day . As Mother 40 to us later in life , she simply didn’t want us to be 41 by my father . So , one day she 42 her seven kids into an old wagon（马车）, and headed back down south to Montgomery , Alabama . At five foot three , she was a black lady with a small figure , with no college education . She did whatever she had to do to 43 as a single parent and to successfully 44 all her children to adulthood . By high school I had started to realize my mother had achieved something 45 as a single parent . Then , when I was seventeen years old , I 46 for the Marine Corps . The day I left for basic training , my mother told me , a very thin and nervous
black kid , four 47 words : “ Just do your best .” That 48 may be a cliché （套话）, but coming from her it has given me a lifetime of powerful inspiration . I’ve had my 49 of ups and downs in my life . Whenever meeting with any difficulty , I would 50 to myself , “ If Mother overcame her challenges , I have no 51 not to do the same .” 52 I grew , I admired her for what she had achieved . I graduated from community college with highest 53 , and now I’m a student at Columbia University . Every step of the 54 , I’ve been encouraged by the inspiration of my mother—my heroine . I’ve never 55 . I’ve tried to do my best . 36. A. much B. usual C. well D. active 37. A. Indeed B. Otherwise C. Therefore D. Altogether 38. A. inspiration B. development C. progress D. protection 39. A. direct B. famous C. easy D. clear 40. A. explained B. attached C. devoted D. connected 41. A. deserted B. fooled C. influenced D. fooled 42. A. removed B. saved C. joined D. packed 43. A. bargain B. survive C. hide D. recover 44. A. raise B. add C. entertain D. attract 45. A. exciting B. interesting C. tiring D. amazing 46. A. waited up B. stood up C. signed up D. made up 47. A. brave B. simple C. calm D. extra 48. A. answer B. praise C. expression D. encouragement 49. A. movement B. share C. origin D. advantage 50. A. think B. lie C. react D. object 51. A. benefit B. ability C. cause D. excuse 52. A. As B. Though C. Unless D. Before 53. A. honors B. prizes C. pressures D. standards 54. A. escape B. danger C. way D. hope 55. A. appeared B. stopped C. knocked D. glanced 第三部分：阅读理解（共 20 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 40 分） 阅读下面短文，从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C、D)中，选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上 将该项涂黑。
Riding a bike is good exercise and great fun . But what do you do with a bike after you outgrow it ? Nicole Basil , 12 , from Wilmette , Illinois , has a terrific answer to this question . When she was 8 years old , she created Pedal Power . It is a charity that collects bikes that kids have outgrown and donates them to Chicago public schools . Since 2008 , Nicole has collected and donated over 1,000 bikes in Illinois . In addition to the bicycles , Pedal Power supplied riders with 400 helmets last year . “ It is important to ride safely on a bike , and helmets are a big part of that , ”Nicole says . The Wilmette Bicycle & Sport Shop helps to make sure all donated bikes are safe to ride . Each bike receives a five-minute check-up by the shop’s employees . Broken bikes are given to high school students to be fixed . Larry Versino is the co-owner of the shop . He said he is happy to help a charity that benefits the community . “ The number of bikes they collected is tremendous ,”he said . “ We need more
people that will do things to help Nicole Basil .” The bikes are given as rewards to students who have good grades and perfect attendance . Nicole has collected more than 250 bikes each year . “ Some kids aren’t as lucky as others , but they still do well in school ,” she says . “ And I think they should be rewarded for that . ”Barton Dassinger is the principal of Cesar E. Chavez school , in Chicago . Students in his school have received bikes . “ It’s been a great way to motivate students to do their best , ” Dassinger says . “ They work hard to try to make it happen .” Nicole attends school assemblies in which honor-roll students are rewarded with bikes . She has received e-mails and phone calls from parents and teachers that say test scores and grades are improving . “ Bikes can take you far , ” she says . “ Good grades can take you even further .” 56. According to the passage , Pedal Power is . A. a program to help students learn to fix the second-hand bikes B. a company to collect the used bikes and then renew the bikes C. a market to buy those second-hand bikes and then sell them to the schools D. an organization to send the used bikes to the schools free after collection 57. What can we learn about Nicole Basil ? A. She was rewarded with bikes because of good grades . B. She is working in the Wilmette Bicycle & Sport Shop . C. She has donated more than 1,000 bikes across the country . D. She is the pioneer to collect and donate bikes to the schools . 58. What does the underlined word “ tremendous ” in Paragraph 3 mean ? A. Broken . B. Dangerous . C. Large . D. Serious .
What would make it to your list of top 10 country songs ? Whether you’re a country music fan , or a beginner to the genre , this article will talk about the classic songs that make the cut ?
Ring of Fire
Sung by Johnny Cash , Ring of Fire remains as powerful a song today as it was when it was written and sung in the 1960’s . Johnny Cash’s singing , together with June Carter’s lyrics（歌词）makes it to any list of top country songs , and to the top position on this list .
Sweet Dreams Sweet Dreams released after Pasty Cline’s death in a plane crash . It reflects
her emotional style . The song is a good sample of one of the most successful and talented musicians of the 20th century . Written by Don Gibson , this country song is an all time classic , and one of the most popular country songs around .
Coat of Many Colors
Dolly Parton’s single from the album of the same name , describing the poverty of her youth is widely regarded as one of her best works , and also one of the best
country songs ever . Coat of Many Colors made it to Time Magazine’s “ 100 Greatest Albums of All Time ” list .
I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry
Sung by Hank Williams , this soul exciting song is still loved by millions of fans worldwide because of the spirit of its convey and Williams’ beautiful voice . Many artists have recorded their own versions , but nothing comes close to the magical original .
Faith Hill’s foot tapper made it to the number one slot on the Country Charts in both the US and Canada . Although her single Breathe is also fabulous , This Kiss may well be one of the top country songs of the decade .
You’re Still The One
Shania Twain’s hit single certainly makes it to my list of top 10 country songs . This number won her a well deserved Grammy Award for Best Female Country Performance .
Although John Denver’s Country Roads , Annie’s Song and Rocky Mountain High are perhaps more famous , Calypso with its powerful notes and lyrics remains my favorite John Denver song of all time .
Big Bad John
Jimmy Dean’s Big Bad John won him a Grammy Award for the story of the man who saved the lives of miners who worked with him , at the cost of his own . 61. Which of the following songs can only be imitated but not be surpassed（超越）? A. You’re Still The One . B. Coat of Many Colors . C. Ring of Fire . D. I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry . 62. By listening to the song Coat of Many Colors , we can know . A. some details about Time magazine B. some stories about Dolly Parton’s youth C. the happy life of Dolly Parton’s childhood D. the life of most Americans at that time 63. Which of the following songs won the same award ? A. Sweet Dreams & Ring of Fire . B. Coat of Many Colors & Big Bad John . C. I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry & Calypso . D. You’re Still The One & Big Bad John . 64. What song describes the deed of a man who lost his life to save others ? A. Big Bad John . B. Calypso . C. Sweet Dreams . D. Ring of Fire . 65. What’s the author’s purpose in writing the passage ? A. To stress the important role of music . B. To introduce the history of music . C. To tell us about some of the top 10 country songs . D. To describe some famous musicians .
Global Positioning Systems (GPS) are now a part of everyday driving in many countries. There satellite-based systems provide turn-by-turn directions to help people get to where they want to go. But, they can also cause a lot of problems, send you to the wrong place or leave you completely lost. Many times, the driver is to blame. Sometimes a GPS error is responsible. Most often, says Barry Brown, it is a combination of the two. When we talked with Mr Brown, he told us about an incident involving a friend
who had flown to an airport in the eastern United States. There he borrowed a GPS-equipped car to use during his stay. They just entered an address and then set off to their destination. Unfortunately, it wasn’t until they were driving for thirty minutes that they realized they actually put in a destination back on the West Coast where they lived. They actually put their home address in. But, he says, what makes the problem worse has to do with some of the shortcomings, or failures, of GPS equipment. “One problem with a lot o the GPS units is they have a very small screen and they just tell you the next turn. Because they just give you the next turn, sometimes that means that it is not really giving you the overview that you would need to know that it’s going to the wrong place.” Mr Brown sys: “The most important thing was that you have to know that you’re doing when you use a GPS. There are new skills that people have developed. You should remember the skills necessary to use GPS.” GPS systems can cause confusion for drivers. These include maps that are out of date, incorrect or difficult to understand. They also include timing issues related to when GPS commands are given. Barry Brown says to make GPS systems better we need a better understanding of how drivers, passengers and GPS systems work together. 66. The underlined word “two” in Paragraph 1 refers to “ ”. A. the driver and the passenger B. the driver and a GPS error C. the users and the cars D. the maps and the roads 67. The author takes Mr Brown as example in Paragraph 2 to . A. tell us the benefits of travelling B. show us the way to use GPS C. tell us an experience by a human error D. show us the importance of an address 68. Mr Brown thinks that GPS at present has many problem EXCEPT . A. a very small screen B. outdated maps C. timing issues D. incorrect input
Researchers at Liverpool University have found that reading the works of the Bard and other classical writers has a beneficial effect on the mind. Using scanners, they monitored the brain activity of volunteers as they read works by William Shakespeare, William Wordsworth and others. They then “translated” the readers’ brains as they read the words. Scans showed that the more “challenging”
article and poetry set off far more electrical activity in the brain than the text rewritten in simpler form. Scientists were able to study the brain activity as it responded to each word and record how it “lit up” as the readers encountered unusual words, surprising phrases or difficult sentence structure. This “lighting up” of the mind lasts longer than the initial electrical spark, shifting the brain to a higher gear, encouraging further reading. The research also found that reading poetry, in particular, increases activity in the right hemisphere (半球) o the brain, an area concerned with “autobiographical memory”, helping the reader to reflect on and reappraise (重新评价) their own experiences in light of what they have read. The academics said this meant the classics were more useful than self-help books. Philip Davis, an English professor said: “Serious literature acts like a rocket-booster to the brain. The research shows the power of literature to shift mental pathways, to create new thoughts, shapes and connections in the young.” While reading the plain text, normal levels of electrical activity were displayed in their brains. When they read Shakespeare, however, the levels of activity “jumped” because of his use of words which were unfamiliar to the readers. Scans of brain activity during reading show heightened electrical activity when faced with “challenging” texts by great writers. They study went on to test how long the effect lasted. 71. Works of Shakespeare and Wordsworth prove useful because it . A. can tell the real skills of reading B. can set off more electrical activity in the brain C. contains more important and necessary information D. helps readers to gain confidence 72. According to the passage, recent study found that . A. the classics were more useful than self-help books B. reading the simple versions is beneficial for human C. reading the classics can improve human’s intelligence D. the writers with classical works are better than any other writer 73. The study was carried out by researchers by . A. listing numbers B. comparison C. asking and answering D. experiment 74. What would the writer probably deal with in next paragraph? A. A further study on how long the effect of the classics lasted. B. Some other evidences are found to clear one’s thinking. C. Good advice to readers on how to read Shakespeare and Wordsworth. D. Useful advice to readers on how to improve human being’s intelligence. 75. The text is most probably a . A. science news report B. book review C. newspaper ad D. science fiction story
2012～2013 学年度高一课改班下学期第二次月考 英 语 答 题 卷 第Ⅱ卷（共 35 分） 第一节：根据句意及首字母或汉语提示，写出各句中所缺单词的正确形式。 （每空一词，共 10 分）
第二节：根据句中所给汉语，完成下列句子。 （每空一词，每空 0.5 分，共 10 分） 86．难怪凡是在有迪斯尼的地方，旅游业就在发展。 is increasing 87．似乎水该为霍乱负责。 It seemed that water 88．在世界上大多数地区，皱眉和背对着别人就表示生气。 In most places around the world , some one show anger . 89．除了这些理由之外，他无话可说。 These reasons , he had nothing to say . 90．他承认他犯了错。 He 91．他提出了一个计划。 He a good plan for this company . of his mistakes . and for the cholera . a Disneyland .
第三节：书面表达（满分 15 分） 假如你是李华，你的澳大利亚笔友 Martin 写信向你询问高中一年的学习情况。请根据 下列提示给他写一封回信，告诉他这一年中你的经历和收获。 1、远离父母，学会了独立； 2、结识了很多新朋友；
3、在英语和数学方面取得很大进步； 4、课余时间参加各种活动锻炼自己，如英语角等。 注意：1、可适当增加细节，以使行文连贯；2、词数：120 左右。
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