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杭州二中 2015 学年第一学期高一年级期中考试英语试卷

2015. 11

本试卷分第 I 卷(选择题)和第 II 卷(非选择题)两部分,共 100 分,考试时间 90 分钟

第 I 卷 (共 80 分)
第一部分: 听力 (共两节,满分 10 分) 第一节(共 5 小题,每小题 0.5 分,满分 2.5 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选项,并标 在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后,你都有 l0 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. 2. 3. What color shirt will the man probably put on? A. White. Where is the woman’s father? A. In the hospital. B. At home. C. In the office. What does the woman suggest? A. The man should buy a new car. B. The man should buy a second-hand car. C. The man should save more money in the future. 4. What does the man think about Indian restaurant? A. He enjoyed the food there. B. He preferred the smell there. C. He didn’t like Indian style restaurant. 5. What does the woman mean? A. She likes tea very much. B. She doesn’t like pop music. C. She doesn’t believe the man’s words. 第二节(共 15 小题,每小题 0.5 分,满分 7.5 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. 7. What are the two speakers going to Sunny City for? A. To go to a museum. A. The five o’clock train. 8. 9. B. To have a lunch. B. The nine o’clock train. C. To go to Alice’s party. C. The eleven o’clock train. Which train do they decide to take to Sunny City? 听第 7 段材料,回答第 8 至 9 题。 What will the girl send to the hungry children? A. Her cake. A. They’re very rich. B. Some money. B. They live very simply. C. Some snacks. C. They’re kind-hearted. What do we know about the two speakers? 听第 8 段材料,回答第 10 至 12 题。 B. Blue. C. Pink.

10. What’s the woman’s job in the trade company? A. A senior secretary. B. An officer. C. A clerk. 11. Why does the woman want a new job? A. She wants to get more experience. B. She needs to support her family. C. She expects a higher salary. 12. What should the woman do if she leaves the present job? A. She has to finish the work by the end of this month. B. She must give a week’s notice. C. She needs a week’s rest. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 13 至 16 题。 13. What is the woman doing? A. Swimming. A. 15 miles. A. Go surfing. B. Reading a novel. B. 50 miles. B. Go back to the hotel. C. Having a sunbath. C. 100 miles. C. Go for a boat ride. 14. How many miles did the speakers drive to the beach? 15. What are the speakers going to do? 16. What do we know about the woman’s bathing suit? A. It attracts a lot of attention. B. It takes her several days to decide to buy. C. It’s good-looking but poor in quality. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. When do people usually start their Christmas shopping? A. On December 1. A. In America. B. On Novemb er 29. B. In Britain. C. Before Thanksgiving. C. In Canada. 18. Where did the idea of “Buy Nothing Day” start? 19. How did people celebrate “Buy Nothing Day” in California this year? A. They got together to read stories, sing songs and paint pictures. B. They organized a spaghetti dinner to give people information. C. They made themselves up to tell people not to buy anything. 20. Where did the high school students get food on “Buy Nothing Day” in Albuquerque? A. From the neighbors. 第二部分: 英语知识运用 第一节:单项填空(共 20 小题, 每小题 1 分,满分 20 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. Tu Youyou, _______ first Chinese woman to win a Nobel Prize, for her work in helping to create an anti-malaria medicine. The 84-year-old’s route to t he honour has been _______ but traditional. A. a; everything A. is B. the; anything B. has been C. a; nothing C. was D. the; something D. had been 22. It is not the first time that the one-year deposit rate (存款利率) _______ cut by the central bank this year. 23. After knowing that he could go to university, he was thinking about how to _______ a student loan from the B. From the restaurants nearby. C. From the shops selling spaghetti.

bank, as his family was too poor to support him. A. request children. A. It was reported B. What was reported C. It has reported D. As was r eported 25. With the battle between the two Chinese taxi booking mobile apps for smartphones, Didi and Kuaidi, the _______ has been lowered. A. fee B. charge C. fare D. cost 26. President Xi Jinping and his recent visit to UK _______ was considered a big success may help increase people’s interest in travelling there. A. who A. specially B. that B. obviously C. which C. especially D. where D. actually 27. The movie The Little Prince has been a hit, and even the book sells well; _______ the story is moving. 28. —Did you feel the earth quaking? —No. I _______ TV at home and I _______ anything different at all. A. watched; have felt C. am watching; hadn’t felt A. must do easy _______. A. when; to forget C. that; to be forgotten B. which; to be forgotten D. /; to forget B. should do B. have watched; feel D. was watching; couldn’t feel C. is done D. had done B. command C. require D. demand 24. _______ that the Chinese government plans to end its one-child policy and instead let families have two

29. The boy insisted that his sister _______ nothing wrong even when everyone believed the opposite. 30. The morning before the sports meeting _______ we spent wondering whether the heavy rain will stop is not

31. —Why didn’t you stop him making a fool of himself at the meeting? —He _______ from his seat and made the speech _______ I realized it. A. was rising; when A. how is it that B. was raised; until B. that it is how C. rose; before C. that is it how D. was to raise; after D. how it is that 32. People are now eager to find out _______ the little boy survived the terrible disaster. 33. Have you heard the news that people who are found eating on the subway can be fined up to 500 yuan in Shenzhen _______? It has led to a heated discussion. A. lately A. I knew winter. A. by accident A. calm real “good student”. A. come about B. care about C. set about D. dream about 38. The world’s richest couple, Bill and Melinda Gates promised to give away a $60 billion _______ to help B. in trouble B. fluent C. behind schedule C. native D. on purpose D. peaceful 36. I was trying to sound _______ even when I was almost frightened to death. 37. A student who is only interested in improving his grades but doesn’t _______ his country and people is not a B. latest B. did I know C. late C. I have known D. later D. had I known 34. Never before _______ that the difference between magnitudes is so huge. 35. The delay of the trains has left thousands of people _______ without foods and hot drinks in such cold

those in need. A. devotion A. comment —_______ A. Help yourself. B. Congratulations! C. Suit yourself. D. Never mind. B. insurance B. trouble C. donation C. homework D. reward D. pressure 39. Study and life in high school are so different from middle school. I’m really busy and under a lot of _______. 40. —I think I’ll just stay home and read.

第二节:完形填空(共 20 小题, 每小题 1 分, 满分 20 分) 阅读下面的短文,从短文所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳答案。 There once was a master who went to India. In those times, we didn’t have airplanes or railways or many other kinds of ____41____ that we do now. So the master went to India on foot. He had never been to India before; perhaps he came from Persia. And when he got there, he saw a lot of fruit. In India they have plenty of fruit to sell, but much of it is ____42____ because they can’t grow much ____43____ the water situation. So he saw one basket, a big basket of some very red, long fruit. And it was the cheapest in the shop, not expensive ____44____. So he went up and asked, “How much per kilo?” And the shopkeeper said, “Two rupees.” Two rupees in India is ____45____; it’s like dirt. So he bought a whole kilogram of the fruit and started eating it. But after he ate some of it: Oh, my God! His ____46____ watered, his mouth watered and burned, his eyes were burning, his head was burning and his face became ____47____. As he coughed and choked and gasped for breath, he ____48____ up and down, saying, “Ah! Ah! Ah!” But he still ____49____ to eat the fruit! Some people looking at him shook their heads and said, “You’re crazy, man. Those are chilies! You can’t eat so many; they’re not good for you! People use them as a condiment(调味品), but only a little bit to put into food for ____50____. You can’t just eat them by the ____51____ like that; they’re not ____52____!” But the stupid master said, “No, I can’t stop! I paid money for them, and now I’ll eat them. It’s my money!” And you think that master was stupid, right? ____53____, we sometimes do a lot of things like that. We ____54____ money, time or effort in a relationship, business or job. And ____55____ it’s been a long time, bitter experience tells us it ____56____ work, and we know there’s ____57____ hope that things will change in the future, we still continue just because we’ve spent money, time, effort and love ____58____ it. If so, we’re wrong. Just like the man who ate the chilies and ____59____ so much but couldn’t stop because he didn’t want to waste the money he’d paid. So even if you’ve lost something, let it go and move on. That’s better than continuing to ___60____. 41. A. communication 42. A. rare 43. A. because of 44. A. in all 45. A. everything 46. A. nose 47. A. serious 48. A. walked 49. A. searched 50. A. taste B. voyages B. fresh B. instead of B. at all B. something B. ears B. red B. jumped B. started B. good C. transportation C. sweet C. with the help of C. all along C. nothing C. face C. pale C. climbed C. insisted C. fun D. highways D. expensive D. as a matter of D. all around D. anything D. eyes D. ugly D. jogged D. continued D. smell

51. A. cupful 52. A. medicine 53. A. immediately 54. A. use 55. A. ever since 56. A. can’t 57. A. no more 58. A. into 59. A. lost 60. A. fail

B. handful B. vegetables B. Finally B. devote B. as if B. mustn’t B. no much B. with B. shocked B. fight

C. canful C. fruit C. Similarly C. invest C. even though C. daren’t C. not more C. at C. hurt C. lose

D. armful D. food D. Gradually D. make D. now that D. won’t D. not much D. on D. suffered D. try

第二部分:阅读理解(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、D)中,选出最佳选项。 A “For university I have to get a summer job.” I heard a secondary-school student telling his friend. “But it won’t be a factory job. What would I learn from a factory job?” I’d like to tell him about the lessons I learned from a factory job the summer before my last year in secondary school, many years ago. On my first day on the job, in a paint factory, the plant manager said to me, “I need another pair of sky hooks. Would you go into the next department and get some?” Off I went. There was no sky hook in that department. I was sent to another one, then another. I ended up visiting every department in the factory. When I returned empty-handed, I was told with much laughter there was no such thing as a sky hook. This is the way the factory used to get to know a new hire. Learning the social skill of accepting good-natured hazing (捉弄) was my first lesson. Before working inside the paint factory, a new hire had to scrape (刮去) and paint the outside of the building. After working in the hot sun, I returned home with tired hands, and I learned to respect the honest factory worker, man or woman. When I started painting the next day, I was no t sure how to do it because of my experience. The managers knew that. When I finished the first side of the wall, all the nearby workers came out and cheered for me. The memory of that day is still with me. I learned that the fruit that we get from honest labour is one of the sweetest of all pleasures. On certain days, when the ship came, six workers were picked to unload 50-pound bags of paint ingredients. We started at 7 a.m., and when we finished we could go home. If everyone worked hard, the afternoon was free time. It was a great management tool. I learned it is possible to make a difficult task into a good exercise in teamwork. I learned so much that summer. I hope the secondary-school student would not refuse a factory job if he is offered one. 61. The writer wrote down his experience in a factory in order to show that _______. A. life is hard in a factory C. the secondary-school student was foolish A. came back with some sky hooks C. realized it was a joke and did not get angry B. it is valuable to work in a factory D. factory people are very kind and honest B. visited all the departments and met many workers D. tried to get some sky hooks from another place

62. The manager who sent the writer to get sky hooks would be satisfied if the writer _______.

63. After the writer did the unloading with five other workers he thought _______.

A. the factory could have sent only three workers for the job B. unloading heavy bags was a good exercise for him C. it was clever of the manager to make them work as a team D. good tools were important even for unloading work 64. The writer learned from his time in the factory that _______? A. no job is easy in the world B. honest labour can be a real pleasure C. workers should respect one another D. a successful factory depends on a good management B The year of 2014 has been jam-packed with the good, the bad, and the ugly. But no matter what has happened, smart people have always been busy inventing. Here are some of the inventions of 2014 that have helped to make the world better, smarter, and even a little more fun. Selfie stick If 2013 was the year of the selfie, then this year was the year of the selfie stick. Wherever you go in the world, you’re likely to see them being used by everyone from backpackers and groups of friends to skiers on a mountain. Selfie sticks come in many different shapes and sizes and can hold your camera, or smartphone, at a distance to help you find better photo angles and take better group photos. Most selfie sticks use a handheld bluetooth button, which allows the photo to be taken when you’re ready. Companies have jumped on the trend and made many different types of selfie sticks, such as hairbrushes that can hold your phone and the classic extendable (可拉伸的) selfie sticks that “add genuine value” to picture taking, according to mobile analyst Van Baker. Wireless electricity Most of us could not bear to live without wireless Internet. We use it every day from our phones to our cars. But one company wants to go a step further, by making electricity wireless. No more tangled wires, and no more having to sit holding your cell phone near a power socket (插座) in the corner of the room. WiTricity, a company in the US, has invented technology that can power objects up to 2.4 meters away. It uses a special plug-in coil (线圈) that creates a magnetic field (磁场). ‘Super banana’ Australian biogeneticist James Dale visited Uganda, a poor African country, in the early 2000s. He noticed that in Sub-Saharan Africa, 15-30 percent of children under 5 were at risk of going blind because of a lack in Vitamin A intake. Dale also learned that people there often grow bananas, and eat 3 to 11 bananas a day. However, the type of bananas grown there are low in vitamins, so he came up with an idea: planting bananas with added nutrition to improve Ugandan people’s health. With the help of Bill Gates’ foundation, Dale developed the “super banana”. He added a gene to the fruit, making it rich in Vitamin A. In June, super bananas began human trials in the US. 3-D printing It is a rare thing for an invention to be able to affect everything we do in our daily lives. But 3-D printing is one of those rare inventions. This year has finally seen 3-D printers being used in a wide range of industries for the first time. By using a digital blueprint, a kind of coded instruction manual (手册), 3-D printers can print anything you tell them to with many different materials.

This year we have seen 3-D printed human tissue, toys, guns, and even pizza. This is the year in which the 3-D printer has revolutionized the way we produce things. 65. Which of the following statements is TRUE according to the text? A. Selfie sticks come in the same size, and come with a handheld bluetooth button. B. Selfie sticks enable people to take photos at a distance and from be tter angles. C. Wireless electricity is a technology that can improve the performance of cellphones. D. Wireless electricity allows people to charge objects wherever they want. 66. James Dale developed the “super banana” to _______. A. help Ugandan people get richer B. take the place of local bananas in Uganda C. reduce the possibility that children in Uganda get blind D. add more sugar to Ugandans’ diets and make them healthier 67. Which of the following inventions is going to be most important in changing the way we make products? A. Selfie sticks. C. The super banana. 68. The main purpose of the text is to _______. A. explain why the four inventions were made B. describe the four most popular inventions of 2014 C. attract more people to buy the four inventions D. introduce four inventions that have made the world better C Once, two phoenix birds flew over a small village in Hunan province. The village was so beautiful that the birds never wanted to leave. This legend (传说) was recited to me during my visit to Fenghuang, adding a mythical (神秘的) touch to this ancient town. Fenghuang is a snapshot (快照) of idyllic (田园诗般的) village life in rural China. Set alongside the banks of the Tuojiang River, Fenghuang is full of small, winding alleys and surrounded by lush, green hills. Having travelled directly from the bustling city of Changsha, Fenghuang was a breath of fresh air. When I visited Fenghuang, it was July. My friend and I excitedly explored, walking along the ancient city wall and crossing the beautiful, old bridges. Despite the crowds of tourists, it seemed as if life in this corner of China had not changed for centuries. People were very relaxed. They were never bothered by the hot weather nor by the tourists, walking, eating and playing outdoors. On our first evening we bought spicy, cold noodles from a street vendor and ate on the riverbank as we watched the sun set. We stayed in a small hotel similar to many of the traditional buildings in the village. Our room was built on high stilts (桩子) over the banks of the river. From our window we could hear the rush of the water and the sounds of excited tourists travelling in small boats downstream. Even in modern times, the river continues to be the life of the village. We saw people busy at work catching fish, or ferrying tourists for sightseeing. Young children played in shallow waters and families washed their clothes and utensils (厨具). Although there were many visitors to Fenghuang, we did not spot any other foreign people during our stay. It felt like we’d found a treasure to know that we had visited somewhere off the beaten track! After two days’ exploring the village, I could fully understand the legend of the phoenix. I was reluctant to leave. 69. The author mentions the legend of the phoenix birds in the first paragraph mainly to ______. B. Wireless electricity. D. 3-D printing.

A. show her deep interest in Chinese culture B. introduce the topic of her trip to the town of Fenghuang C. explain how the town of Fenghuang got its name D. describe the beautiful scenery of the town of Fenghuang 70. Which of the following is mentioned in the article about the town of Fenghuang? A. food culture A. boring B. geography B. relaxing C. living habits C. quite an adventure B. not on a small path D. easy to reach by car D Carly Lindmeier sits on the patio of her father ’s house in Orange County, California. The 20-year-old is finishing up wooden monograms (字母图案) to send to her customers. At first glance, you wouldn’t think that Lindmeier has a life-threatening disease. Like many young people in California, she loves hanging out at the beach and watching TV shows. She attends college and plans to become a speech pathologist (病理学家). But after spending some time with Lindmeier, you’ll notice that her voice sounds rough. She was born with cystic fibrosis (囊肿性纤维化), a disease that damages the lungs and the digestive system. “Imagine having to breathe through a straw,” Lindmeier said. “That’s what it feels like to have cystic fibrosis.” While the present might be the most exciting time in her life, it could also be frightening. For cystic fibrosis victims (患者), death in childhood or ea rly adulthood is common, with an average life expectancy of 37. “When I turned 20, it was kind of tough to realize that I was already middle-aged,” Lindmeier said. “Five years from now, it’ll probably be worse.” Despite her illness, Lindmeier stays positive. Looking for a way to raise awareness about this disease, Lindmerier came up with the idea of selling a variety of decorated, wooden monograms, each dedicated to a fallen cystic fibrosis patient. She named it 65 Wooden Roses. Each monogram is hand-made and starts at $24.99 (158 Yuan), with 20 percent of income going to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation in the US. Launched in July, her business has already brought attention to the disease all over the US. Meanwhile, Lindmeier has a positive outlook on her own illness. In July a new treatment, Orkambi, was released, making it possible to keep the disease under control. It could help patients to live decades longer. Although Lindmeier has to pay $6,000 every year for the expensive drug, she plans to start taking it. For her, it’s a small price to pay for an improved quality of life and she is determined not to let cystic fibrosis hold her back. “I could just be sad that I have cystic fibrosis, or I could do something to make my life worth living and be happy,” she said, “happiness really is a choice. I choose to be happy.” 73. Which of the following statements is TRUE about cystic fibrosis? A. Its victims may have trouble breathing. B. Its victims can only live to around 50 years old in average. C. It is a disease that affects the heart and the digestive system. D. So far, no effective way to keep the disease under control has been found. 74. Why does Lindmeier make a variety of wooden monograms? D. weather and climate D. a waste of time and money 71. We can infer from the article that the author found her trip to the town of Fenghuang ______. 72. The underlined expression “off the beaten track” in the fifth paragraph is closest to “______” in meaning. A. far away from other people and places C. next to a broken railway

A. She considers it a good way to kill time. B. She wants to donate them to cystic fibrosis patients. C. She expects to earn enough money to treat her disease. D. She wants to draw people’s attention to cystic fibrosis. 75. Which of the following words can best describe Lindmeier? A. Emotional and helpful. C. Independent and humorous. B. Positive and cautious. D. Determined and optimistic.

第 II 卷 (共 20 分)
第四部分:写作(共两节,满分 20 分) 第一节:单词拼写(共 10 题,每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 76. We not only went to the same school, but have become great business p___________ after graduating from university and cooperated well. 77. J___________ from what he said, I dare say he knew nothing about our secret. 78. He was so b___________ in the old memories that he didn’t notice me entering the room. 79. We are having more e___________ weathers now as a result of the global warming and pollution. 80. The headmaster congratulated on my being the first in the competition s___________ and gave me an award. 81. I can never forget the f___________ look on his face when the little boy was saved. 82. The river f___________ quietly and the sun shone brightly. What a lovely morning in the valley! 83. The freedom fighter has been recently r___________ from prison. 84. If you just follow these basic p___________, you should never get hurt even in danger. 85. His f___________ visit to the local markets made him able to recognize the best qualities. 第二节:课文填空(共 10 空,每空 1 分,满分 10 分) 86. The bull was busy with the matador at the time, but it suddenly _________________________ the drunk who was shouting rude remarks and waving a r ed cap. 87. Big Ben _________________________ Sir Benjamin Hall who was responsible for the making of the clock when the new Houses of Parliament were being built. 88. Following _________________________ many years later, Sir Malcolm’s son, Donald, also set up a world record. 89. They have all been _________________________ by a boy who, while playing truant, travelled 1,600 miles. 90. Hard hills of rock became _________________________. In fift een terrible seconds a large city lay in ruins. 91. Soon after the quakes, the army sent 150,000 soldiers to Tangshan to help the rescue workers. _________________________ people were helped. 92. _________________________ the city, most of the 10,000 miners were rescued from the coal mines there. 93. He _________________________his time, for which I was grateful. 94. We first broke the law in a way which was peaceful; when this was not allowed … only then did we decide to _________________________. 95. The last thirty years have seen the greatest number of laws stopping our rights and progress, until today we have we have reached _________________________ almost no rights at all.

杭州二中 2015 学年第一学期高一年级期中考试英语答案
I. 听力 1---5 CAACB II. 单项填空 21---25 BBAAC III. 完形填空 41---45 CDABC IV. 阅读理解 61-64 BCCD V. 单词拼写 76 partners 81 frighte ned VI. 课文填空 86. caught sight of 87. takes its name from 88. in his father’s footsteps 89. put to shame 90. rivers of dirt 91. Hundreds of thousands of 92. To the north of 93. was generous with 94. answer violence with violence 95. a stage where 77 Judging 82 flowed 78 buried 83 released 79 extreme 84 principles 80 sincerely 85 frequent 46---50 DBBDA 65-68 BCDD 51---55 BCCCC 69-72 BBBA 56---60 DADDC 73-75 ADD 26---30 BBDDD 31---35 CDABB 36---40 ABCDC 6---10 ACBCC 11---15 ABCBC 16---20 ABCAB


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