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江苏省盐城中学 2011—2012 学年度第一学期期末考试 高二年级英语试题(2012. 1)
命题人:胡甸林 谭雨青 考试说明: 本场考试 120 分钟;满分 150 分。 第 I 卷(选择题 共 105 分) 第一部分:听力(共两节,满分 20 分) 第一节(共 5 小题;

每小题 1 分,满分 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 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 will Kate do? A. Buy a new watch. B. Look for her watch. C. Borrow a watch. 2. What is Mike’s sister wearing? A. A red skirt. B. A blue skirt. C. A red and blue dress. 3. Where was Mary yesterday? A. In London. B. In Paris. C. In Sydney. 4. What does the Red Rose refer to? A. A kind of flower. B. A hotel. C. A restaurant. 5. Why didn’t the man come to the woman’s party? A. He was seriously ill. B. His little brother was ill. C. The woman was ill. 第二节(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 听下面几段对话或独白。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。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,各个小题将给出 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 is happening when the speakers talk? A. Their neighbours are moving in. B. Their old neighbours are leaving. C. A family is buying a new van. 7. What are the speakers going to do? A. Go home immediately. B. Help the new neighbours. C. Take a look at the van. 听第 7 段材料,回答第 8 至 9 题。 8. Where does the conversation take place? A. In a hotel. B. In a restaurant. C. At an airport. 9. What kind of room did John Lock book? A. A double room for March 28. B. A single room for March 28. C. A double room for March 26. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 10 至 12 题。
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10. Where did John go last night? A. To the cinema. B. To the theatre. 11. What made John unable to breathe? A. Cold weather. B. Noise. 12. How did John feel last night? A. Happy. B. Awful.

C. To the hospital. C. Smoke. C. Excited.

听第 9 段材料,回答第 13 至 16 题。 13.What’s the relationship between the two speakers? A. Teacher and student. B. Librarian and student. C. Shop assistant and customer. 14. What is necessary when a student checks out books? A. Identification card. B. Membership card. C. Student identification card. 15. How many books can be borrowed at a time by one student? A. One. B. Two. C. Three. 16. Which of the following can be borrowed from the library? A. Newspapers. B. Music books. C. Magazines. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. What does the lecture talk about? A. The language of bees. B. The food of bees. C. Experiments on bees. 18. How do bees communicate with each other? A. By taking to each other. B. By performing special dances. C. By giving off special smell. 19. How many kinds of bee dances are mentioned in the lecture? A. One. B. Two. C. Three. 20. What’s the conclusion? A. Bees have minds of their own. B. Bees can communicate through a language. C. Bee dances can’t be called a language. 第二部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分 55 分) 第一节:单项填空(共 25 小题;每小题 1分,满分 25 分) 21. With ________ failure of the electricity supply, the city was in ________chaos. A. /; / B. a; the C. the; a D. the; / 22. —What’s the event like? —Several witnesses’ _______differ from the official version(版本). A. accounts B. opinions C. description D. explanations 23. We _______him on his birthday and held a party to _______it. A. congratulated; congratulate C. celebrated; congratulate A. Even if B. Only if B. celebrated; celebrate D. congratulated; celebrate C. If only D. As if

24. It has been cold and windy recently. ________ it were sunny and clear now! 25. There is still high possibility, ________ can be seen at the moment, ________ our company can beat the opponents. A. which; when B. where; that
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26. With more trees being destroyed, huge quantities of soil ________ each year. A. are washing away C. has been washed away B. is being washed away D. are being washed away

27. The big fire in Shanghai, believed to ________ due to the burning of construction materials, caused 58 deaths and destroyed all the belongings of the people there. A. have occurred C. have been occurring B. occur D. be occurring

28. — What do you think of this new five-year plan? — We believe it will ________ the peace, stability and prosperity of our country in future. A. distribute to B. refer to C. subscribe to D. contribute to 29. — A big TV may be suitable for the house. But you know, we are often on the move. — If so, why not get a ________ one? A. available A. would go appearance. A. put on A. have got; got A. wise B. turned on B. went; got B. sharp C. took on C. have gone; have got C. clever D. carried on D. went; have got D. tough 32. It’s time I ________to the company, and it is the first time that I ________there. 33. She studied the young man’s expression with her _____ eyes, because she didn’t believe him. 34. Nowadays, more and more people are addicted _______ shopping on the Net, ______ a challenge to traditional department stores. A. to doing; becoming C. doing; having become the organizer. A. that B. the one C. whom D. one 36. — Do you think it ________ to spend 70 yuan watching the film “The flowers of war”? — Haven’t you seen the film? I think it is well ________ the money. A. worthy; worth A. Should; would B. worthwhile; worth C. worth; worthy B. Were could C. Had; would have D. worthy; worthwhile D. Could; would have 37. ________ you come earlier, you ________ met him. He just left half an hour ago. 38. All the sides of the society joined together ________the police’s quick action, which had been taken to keep the community safe. A. in control of B. in charge of C. in possession of D. in praise of 39.The train CRH380A, ________ trial operation on the Shanghai-Hangzhou high-speed railway, set a speed record of 416.6 kilometers per hour. A. starting B. to start C. started B. time will tell
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B. accessible B. would have gone

C. portable C. had gone

D. movable D. were to go.

30. If I were to have time, I ________ to your wedding tomorrow. 31. After the students put up New Year decorations, the classroom ________ a holiday

B. to do; to become D. to dong; becomes

35.This candidate has far more chances of winning the election than _________ recommended by

D. being started

40. Great to get your email! I had given up hope of hearing from you. Still, _________. A. no news is good news

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C. better late than never A. open up B. put forward D. all is well that ends well C. carry on D. wind up

41. Now we’ve got a chance, we are hoping to ________ a big market in China. 42. —Why did you come by taxi? —My car broke down last week and I still ________ it repaired. A. didn’t have closing our doors. A. where if beauty of nature. A. to smell; beautifully C. are smelt; beautiful — ________. A. It’s your opinion B. I don’t mind C. It’s all up to you D. That’s your decision 第二节:完型填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) Last weekend, my kids along with few other kids from the neighborhood volunteered to help me wash my car. My 10-year-old daughter came up with the idea of 46 other people’s cars as well. It was pretty 47 outside and I had no plans to 48 being in the bright sun. She 49 wanted to give lemonade(柠檬汽水)to passers-by for free. I had seen little kids 50 and sell fresh lemonade for a small cost but not free. Although I felt 51 , I decided to help her. 52 she asked me, “What if we 53 this a smile car wash?” I couldn’t hold back my tears and 54 her and the other kids to go outside the house and come up with 55 ideas. While I kept myself busy in drying the car, the gang walked up to me with a (n) 56 with beautiful images of smiles. They had “Free Car Wash” written on it and the 57 of their exercise was “smile”. It was pretty neat to see a team of kids ranging 5-11 years with the 58 to do something for others. All that seemed 59 and came right from their heart. Nothing seemed to 60 to them: their playtime, the heat outside—they just wanted to 61 others and do something nice in the community! I helped them make some fresh lemonade and brought out some additional 62 to help clean cars. Passers-by were 63 and one even shouted back to them saying “God Bless You, my kids…” One of them even tried giving them 5 dollars, which they refused. A pretty heartwarming 64 ! I feel blessed by being 65 by such wonderful and loving souls. 46. A. drying B. washing C. repairing D. decorating 47. A. quiet B. dirty C. different D. hot 48. A. continue B. avoid C. suggest D. practise 49. A. therefore B. further C. already D. hardly 50. A. choose B. serve C. buy D. enjoy 51. A. confused B. worried C. popular D. difficult 52. A. Finally B. Simply C. Luckily D. Then 53. A. show B. leave C. make D. order 54. A. challenged B. encouraged C. invited D. expected
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B. hadn’t had

C. haven’t had

D. won’t have

43. We are in a difficult situation ________ we do not develop new products, we will end up B. where C. if D. if where

44. The flowers ________ sweet in the garden look ________ and attract the visitors to the B. smell; lovely D. smelling; lovely

45. —Shall we go to the art exhibition right away?

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55. A. creative 56. A. board 57. A. purpose 58. A. need 59. A. important 60. A. matter 61. A. relax 62. A. food 63. A. interested 64. A. story 65. A. surrounded B. ready B. picture B. trouble B. imagination B. disappointing B. mean B. try B. money B. amazed B. scenery B. understood C. changed C. idea C. secret C. duty C. hopeful C. belong C. smile C. rags C. bored C. scene C. refused D. familiar D. car D. theme D. sense D. natural D. refer D. help D. fruit D. frightened D. view D. supported

第三部分:阅读理解(共15 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 30 分) A A DECADE after terror struck America, we are starting to move forward. It has been 10 years. In those awful days right after 9/11, I asked my colleague, Dave Barry, if he thought he would ever write jokes again. He was then the humor columnist for the Miami Herald. “For the last week,” he told me, “I haven’t even tried to write anything funny, and for a while I thought maybe I never would, or should.” He had it; we all had it—that feeling of being stuck, unable to find your way back to the life you had lived before. I wrote 10 columns in a row about what I had seen, the planes crashing, the lives lost. Finally, I had to force myself to write a column about something that was not terror. That last one column. Then I went right back to what was now normal. That was a decade ago. Today’s terrors become tomorrow’s memories. News becomes history. And I find myself remembering how I used to kill ants when I was a child. The thing that truck me was that they always came back. Even if you destroy their world a hundred times, they build it a hundred and one times. There is something of that in people. It may be one of the best things about us. We always fight the curle things in life, bury our dead, rebuild, and find a way to move forward. We did it when fire burned down Chicago, after the earthquake in San Francisco, and after the floods in New Orleans. And we did it on September 11. It is true that we have changed in ways that are not all good. We are at war on three fronts. We are running a strange prison on Cuba. The government may not tell you why. Osama bin Laden is dead. Experts tell us the terror group he led is weakened. However, terrorism remains alive in American political thought, which is becoming more extreme. There is reason to be worried about these changes. But I am still grateful that we moved away from the 9/11 nightmare at all. 66. Which phrase can be used to describe Dave Barry’s feeling just after 9/11? A. sad but confident B. frightened but hopeful C. unable to care or focus D. heartbroken and hopeless 67. From Paragraph 3, we can conclude that ________. A. for some time Americans found it difficult to think about anything except terror B. there was no terrorism in America before 9/11 C. the author was so shaken that he stopped writing completely
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D. no one ever feels safe anymore 68. With the example of ants, the author aims to show that ________. A. he misses his happy childhood B. he is sorry that he killed the ants C. people can rebuild and recover, just like ants D. rebuilding is more important than sadness 69. According to the last part of the article, the author’s main point is that ________. A. terrorism has influenced the government too much B. people should look on the bright side C. terrorism will continue to exist D. no changes are ever completely good B King’s College Summer School King’s College Summer School is an annual(每年的) training program for high school students at all levels who want to improve their English. Courses are given by the teachers of King’s College and other colleges in New York. Trips to museums and culture centers are also organized. This year’s summer school will be from July 25 to August 15. More information is as follows: Application (申请) date · Students in New York should send their applications before July 18, 2008. · Students of other cities should send their applications before July 16, 2008. · Foreign students should send their applications before July 10, 2008. Steps · letter of self-introduction A · letter of recommendation(推荐) A ﹡ The letters should be written in English with all the necessary information. Courses · English Language Spoken English: 22 hours Reading and Writing: 10 hours · American History: 16 hours · American Culture: 16 hours

Cost · Daily lessons: $200 · Sports and activities: $100 · Travels: $200 · Hotel service: $400 ﹡You may choose to live with your friends or relatives in the same city.

Please write to: Thompson, Sanders 1026 King’ s Street New York, NY 10016, USA E-mail: KC-Summer-School@ yahoo, com 70. You can most probably read the text in ________. A. a travel guide B. a newspaper C. a textbook D. a telephone book 71. Which of the following is true about King’ s College Summer School? A. Only top students can take part in the program. B. Visits to museums and culture centers are part of the program. C. King’ s College Summer School is run every other year. D. Only the teachers of King’ s College give courses.
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72. If you are to live with your relatives in New York, you will have to pay the school ________. A. $500 B. $400 C. $200 D. $900 73. What information can you get from the text? A. The program will last two months. B. You can get in touch with the school by e-mail or by telephone C. As a Chinese student, you can send your application on July 14, 2008. D. You can write to Thompson only in English. C After ten years, the world’s largest music festival, Rock in Rio, returned to its hometown Rio de Janeiro for seven days of concerts from Friday, September 23rd, attracting 700,000 people over the whole week. It is the 10th edition of the Rock in Rio festival, but only the 4th to be held in Rio as the organizers exported the festival to Lisbon and Madrid ten years ago. The first edition of the festival was in 1985, gathering an audience of 1.38 million in ten days of concerts, and the most recent edition in Rio was held in January, 2001. A total of 700,000 tickets were sold out for this year’s festival. The success prompted organizers to announce an extra day of concerts, and tickets for that day has been sold out as well. The festival consists of four stages, in which the concerts are expected to last up to 14 hours a day, with the participation of International stars including Elton John, Katy Perry, Shakira, Rihanna and bands Metallica, Evanescence and System of a Down. Several stars who performed in previous editions of the test, such as Guns N’Roses and Red Hot Chill Peppers, are also on the list this year. In addition, a number of local singers and bands, such as Paralamas do Sucesso and Titas, will also join this year. The performance site, named as Rock City, is a 150,000-square-meter area. Besides the concert area, the site also has a giant Ferns wheel, a roller coaster, and a small shopping mall. After the festival, the Rock City area will be converted into a leisure area to athletes in the 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. According to Rio’ s tourism company Riotur, out of the 700,000 people expected in the festival, some 315,000 will be tourists, who raised the hotels’ occupation rate to 98 percent Riotur estimated that the Rock in Rio festival will bring 419 million U.S. dollars for the city and create 10,000 jobs. The creator of the festival, Brazilian businessmen Roberto Medina, insisted on opening the Rock City gates himself, in the early afternoon, and greeted the first fans to enter the site. “We come to the gate because the Brazilian audience is even more important than the bands. We applaud them. They make the greatest show,” he said. 74. The first edition of the festival may be held in ________. A. Rio de Janeiro B. a place not mentioned C. Madrid D. Lisbon 75. The number of native people to attend the festival is probably ________. A. 700,000 B. 315,000 C. 385,000 D. 10,000 76. From the passage, we can know ________. A. the festival will improve the employment of Rio B. only rock hands are invited to the festival
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C. Rock City is a great theatre D. the gate of Rock City was opened by the Brazilian audience D Cyberspace, the connections between computers in different places, considered as a real place where information, messages and pictures exist, mirrors the real world in many ways. People ask for information, play games, and share hobbies. Others buy and sell products. Still others look for friendship, or even love. Unlike the real world, however, your knowledge about a person is limited to words on a computer screen. Identity and appearance mean very little in cyberspace. Rather, a person’s thoughts—or at least the thoughts they type—are what really count. So even the shyest person can become a chat room star. Usually, this “faceless” communication doesn’t create problems. Identity doesn’t really matter when you’re in a chat room discussing politics or hobbies. In fact, this emphasis(强调,重 视) on the ideas themselves makes the Internet a great place for exciting conversation. Where else can so many people come together to chat? But some Internet users want more than just someone to chat with. They’re looking for serious love relationships. Is cyberspace a good place to find love? That answer depends on whom you ask. Some of these relationships actually succeed. Others fail miserably. Supporters of online relationships state that the Internet allows couples to get to know each other intellectually first. Personal appearance doesn’t get in the way. But critics of online relationships argue that no one can truly know another person in cyberspace. Why? Because the Internet gives users a lot of control over how others view them. Internet users can carefully craft their words to fit whatever image they want to give. And they don’t have to worry about what their “nonverbal” (非言语交际的)communication is doing for their image. In a sense, they’re not really themselves. All of this may be fine if the relationship stays in cyberspace. But not knowing a person is a big problem in a love relationship. With so many unknowns, it’s easy to let one’s imagination “fill in the blanks.” This inevitably(不可避免地) leads to disappointment when couples meet in person. How someone imagines an online friend is often quite more different than the real person. So, before looking for love in cyberspace, remember the advice of Internet pioneer Clifford Stoll: “Life in the real world is far richer than anything you’ll find on a computer screen.” 77. According to the passage, chatting in the cyberspace ________. A. puts emphasis on people’s thoughts B. needs people to be rich in knowledge C. stresses more about people’s identity D. allows people to discuss politics secretly 78. People who are against online love think ________. A. what is said online is under control of the Internet B. one may not show the real self in cyberspace C. the faceless communication is exciting D. it is hard to protect the other’s identity 79. By saying “With so many unknowns, it’s easy to let one’s imagination ‘fill in the blanks’”, the writer means that ________. A. the Internet allows people to get more information about their loved ones B. the Internet makes it easy for people to imagine how others view them C. people may be disappointed when they meet in person
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D. people usually get to know each other by chance through the Internet 80. We can infer from the last paragraph that Clifford________. A. supports to look for love in the real life B. demands to develop the computer system C. encourages people to enjoy modern life D. believes it hopeless to find love online 第 II 卷(非选择题 共 45 分) 第四部分:单词拼写 (共 10 小题,每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 81. He works in a big city while his parents live in a r _______countryside. 82. You should exercise more because it is b_______ to your health. 83. My parents had trouble a_________ to living in a new environment. 84. I rang Joan and r_______ her that the conference had been cancelled. 85. However, the early TV system was very primitive and had many d_______. 86. Under no ________(条件,状况) will China be the first to use nuclear weapons. 87. They live in the ________(少数民族) district. 88. This painting is ________(典型的) of his early works. 89. We did so well — beyond all our _______ (期望). 90. He _______ (预见,预知) that house prices would drop in the following year. 第五部分:用适当的介词、副词和连词填空(请用课文中的原词填空)(共 10 小题,每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 91. There are lots of worthwhile programmes like this _______ the umbrella of the UN that have helped millions of people across the world. 92. They are known as the Plains Indians, _______they live on the plains. 93. Today, nearly every nation in the world belongs to the UN—192 countries ________. 94. Eleven years later, Dr Thun from the USA showed that aspirin could reduce the risk of some cancers ________ 40 percent. 95. Technology is now changing faster than most people can keep pace _______. 96. _______ these messages always seem important at the time, most people cannot really remember them the next day. 97. They also make TV accessible _______ people who live far away from cities. 98. However, in each community there is often a small building that has a telephone _______ emergencies. 99. These included a needle _______ a head like an arrow, used for making shallow holes in the surface of the skin. 100. So I am finding that my job is not limited _______ being a nurse. 第六部分:书面表达(共 1 题,满分 25 分) 我校师生就是否应该举办元旦文艺汇演活动有不同的看法。 请你根据下面的提示用英语写 一篇短文,介绍相关情况并发表自己的观点。 大部分同学们认为: 1.作业繁重,丰富课余生活,缓解学习压力; 2. 培养学生各方面能力;
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3. 赢得他人尊重;是一次难忘的经历。 大部分老师们认为: 1.排练浪费时间,影响学业; 2.节目有限,表演的人数少; 3.应该组织体育活动,更多同学参与。 你的观点:…… 注意:1、文章的开头已给出; 2、词数:120词左右(不包括已给的起始句); 3、参考词汇:丰富 v. enrich 缓解 v. relieve 排练 v. rehearse The teachers and students in our school have different opinions about whether it is necessary to hold a party to celebrate the Near Year. _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________.
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高二年级英语期末试卷答案

1-5 ABBCB 6-10 ABACA 11-15 CBBCC 16-20 BABBC 21-25 DADCD 26-30 DADCA 31-35 CDBAB 36-40 BCDAC 41-45 ACADC 46-50 BDABB 51-55 ADCBA 56-60 ADCDA 61-65 DCBCA 66-69 DACB 70-73 BBAD 74-76 BCA 77-80 ABCA 81. remote 82. beneficial 83. adapting/ adjusting 84. reminded 85. drawbacks/ disadvantages 86. patent 87. minority 88. typical 89. expectations 90. foresaw/ predicted 91. under 100. to 书面表达 The teachers and students in our school have different opinions about whether it is necessary to hold a party to celebrate the Near Year. 92. as 93.altogether 94. by 95. with 96. While 97. to 98. for 99. with

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