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人教版高一上学期期末考试英语试题(含答案)


第二部分:词汇知识运用(共两节,满分 40 分) 第一节:多项选择(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 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. The hair ______ of the well-known star was popular at that time. A. form B. type C.

style D. looks 22. ---- Liu Xiang hurt his leg days ago. Will he win the medal? ---- He can’t run so fast as the others. It seems quite ______. A. normal B. hopeless C. natural D. useful 23. Towns that are only several miles away can have ______ different dialects. A. entirely B. strangely C. lively D. honestly 24. We tried our best to ______ his doubts and let him tell the truth. A. replace B. review C. remove D. rebuild 25. Kathy ______ a lot of English by playing with the American boys and girls. A. picked up B. caught up C. made up D. built up 26. As soon as the child saw her mother, she ______ tears. A. cried out B. burst out C. broke out D. burst into 27. More and more trees have been planted in that country to ______ sandstorms happening now and then. A. protect B. cause C. affect D. prevent 28. He is a ______ person who always considers himself right and will never take others’ advice. A. reliable B. stubborn C. determined D. sensitive 29. Jane ______ rock music and often listens to it, but her mother cannot stand it herself. A. appreciates B. concerns C. considers D. performs 30. Some big companies ______ their products by offering a large amount of money to help hold the sports events. A. transport B. adjust C. advertise D. buy 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,然后从各题所给的四个选项中,选出一个最佳答案。 I was recently invited to dinner by a friend. During the meal, the manager of the restaurant came 31 and said that our meal was free. He stood there 32 at me and he seemed a little 33 to me but I couldn’t quite remember him. 34 I asked him if he knew me. He laughed and said I had probably 35 him, but that I’d changed his life. My friend was quite 36 and asked him how I’d done this. He said that twelve years ago he 37 a stress(压力)management(管理)class that I was giving. I asked the group what their greatest 38 was and most of them, including him, said it was their bosses. He said I listened 39 and then took a chair and placed it in the center of the room. I 40 on the chair for a few moments and then I 41 everyone to come and do the same. I wanted them to look at the room from up there. After everyone had done it, I asked the group to 42 how the room looked different when they changed their perspective(角度). Then I asked them to 43 their bosses. Was this the same person who had seen their good 44 and hired them? Did they remember how happy they were to be 45 for the job? But how did these wonderful people become terrible bosses?
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He said I looked at him and asked if he had 46 said thank you to his boss for the 47 to earn a living. He answered he hadn’t. Then I asked him why he hadn’t tried being 48 to his boss. He told us his 49 changed that night. He went back to work the next day with a thank-you card to his boss. He said I’d 50 him to look at life from different perspectives and express thanks. 31. A. out B. back C. over D. on 32. A. smiling B. glaring C. knocking D. shouting 33. A. similar B. attractive C. strange D. familiar 34. A. Immediately B. Finally C. Suddenly D. Firstly 35. A. disliked B. known C. ignored D. forgotten 36. A. curious B. anxious C. happy D. calm 37. A. missed B. prepared C. attended D. heard 38. A. hero B. stress C. liking D. trouble 39. A. regretfully B. disappointedly C. doubtfully D. carefully 40. A. stood B. lay C. sat D. rested 41. A. forced B. stopped C. invited D. warned 42. A. work on B. think about C. look into D. fill out 43. A. remember B. dislike C. respect D. consider 44. A. qualities B. personalities C. experiences D. looks 45. A. meant B. refused C. chosen D. forgiven 46. A. still B. actually C. never D. ever 47. A. right B. opportunity C. solution D. ability 48. A. polite B. friendly C. grateful D. gentle 49. A. life B. job C. luck D. company 50. A. ordered B. taught C. allowed D. persuaded 第三部分:阅读理解(共 20 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 40 分) A It happened in a certain country during World War II. A boy named John was only sixteen years old, but he wanted to fight the enemy( 敌 人 ) very much. To his disappointment, he was not old enough to bea soldier. Only when a boy is eighteen can he be enlisted(入伍). But the boy insisted on joining the army. So when the army doctor examined him he said that he was already in his late teens(13—19 岁). John had a brother who had joined the army only a few days before. It was the same doctor who had examined his brother that was now examining him. The doctor had a good memory and remembered his elder brother's age clearly. So when he saw John's papers, he didn't believe what the boy said. “How old on earth are you, boy?” asked the doctor. “Eighteen, sir,” John answered. “But your brother is eighteen, too,” said the doctor, “Are you twins?” “Oh, no, sir,” said John, while his face went a little red. “My brother is only half a year older than I”. Hearing that, the doctor couldn't help laughing but was touched by the boy's eagerness(热情) to fight for justice(正义). He began to examine the boy, and let
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him pass the physical examination. 51.The boy was eager to join the army because he . A. thought it interesting in the army B. wanted to fight for justice C. loved fighting others very much D. was sure he would be an officer some day 52.During the physical examination, the army doctor . A. found John was his friend's son B. knew everything about John's family C. remembered something about John's brother D was ready to believe what the boy told him about 53.The doctor let John pass the examination just because . A. he regarded John as his own son B. he thought John was strong enough to join the army C. the boy told a laughable lie D. he was deeply moved by John's eagerness 54.What do you think of John in his coming days? A. He would be too young to fight B. He might meet his brother in the army C. He must be a good soldier D. He would be killed in a fight B Remembering names is an important social skill.Here are some ways to master it. Recite and repeat in conversation. When you hear a person’s name, repeat it. Immediately say it to yourself several times without moving your lips. You could also repeat the name in a way that does not sound forced or artificial. Ask the other person to recite and repeat.You can let other people help you remember their namesAfter you’ve been introduced to someone, ask that person to spell the name and pronounce it correctly for you.Most people will be pleased by the effort(努力) you’re making to learn their names. Admit you don’t know.Admitting that you can’t remember someone’s name can actually make people relaxed.Most of them will feel delighted(高兴) if you say, “I’m working to remember names better.Yours is right on the tip of my tongue.What is it again?” Use associations(联想). Link each person yon meet with one thing you find interesting or unusual.For example, you could make a mental note: “Vicki Cheng ---- tall, black hair.” To reinforce(加强)you’re your associations, write them on a small card as soon as possible. Limit(限制) the number of new names you learn at one time. When meeting a group of people, concentrate on remembering just two or three names. Free yourself from remembering every one. Few of the people in mass introductions expect you to remember their names. Another way is to limit yourself to learning just first names. Last names can come later. Go early. Consider going early to conferences, parties and classes. Sometimes just a few people show up on time. That's fewer names for you to remember. And as more people arrive, you can hear them being introduced to others ------ an automatic(自动的) review for you. 55. How will most people feel when you try hard to remember their names? A. They will be moved. B. They will be disappointed. C. They will feel pleased. D. They will be discouraged.
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56. If you can't remember someone's name, you may ______. A. tell him the truth B. tell him a white lie C. ask him for pity D. say you don’t know him 57. When you meet a group of people, it is better to remember __ A. all their names B. a couple of names first C. just their last names D. as many names as possible 58. What does the text mainly tell us? A. Tips on an important social skill. B. Importance of attending parties. C. How to make use of associations. D. How to recite and repeat names in conversation. C What is eBay? The simple answer is that it is a global trading platform(全球贸易平台) where nearly anyone can trade(做买卖) practically anything. People can sell and buy all kinds of products(产品) and goods, including cars, movies and DVDs, sporting goods, travel tickets, musical instruments, clothes and shoes ---- the list goes on and on. The idea came from Peter Omidyar, who was born in Paris and moved to Washington when he wasstill a child. At high school, he became very interested in computer programming and after graduating from Tuft University in 1988, he worked for the next few years as a computer engineer. In his free time he started eBay as a kind of hobby, at first offering the service free by word of mouth. By 1996 there was so much traffic on the website that he had to upgrade(升级) and he began charging(收费) a fee to members. Joined by a friend, Peter Skill, and in 1998 by his capable CEO, Meg Whitman, he has never looked back. Even in the great.com crashes of the late 1990s, eBay has gone from strength to strength. It is now one of the ten most visited online shopping websites on the Internet. eBay sells connections, not goods, putting buyer and seller into contact(联系) with each other. All you have to do is to take an e-photo, write a description(描述), fill out a sales form(表格) and you are in business: the world is your market place. Of course for each item (商品) that is sold, eBay gets a percentage(一定比例的利润) and that is great deal of money. Every day there are more than sixteen million items listed on eBay and eighty percent of the items are sold. 59. We learn from the text that eBay provides people with_______. A. a way of buying and selling goods B. a website for them to upgrade C. a place to exhibit their own photos D. a chance to buy things at low prices 60. Why did Peter create(创办) eBay after graduating from university? A. For fun. B. To make money. C. For gathering the engineers. D. To finish a task of his company. 61. From “he has never looked back “in Paragraph 2, we learn that Peter______. A. did not feel lonely B. was always hopeful C. did not think about the past D. became more and more successful 62. How does eBay make money from its website? A. By bringing the sellers together B. By charging for each sale C. By listing items online D. By making e-photos. D LONDON (Reuters Life!) ---- Forget about talking your children into considering life as a
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doctor or a teacher and start training them for the talent show. A survey of British parents showed the aspirations(志向) of their children are greatly different from what they dreamed about when considering who they wanted to be when they grew up. Although astronaut(宇航员) still remains fairly high on the list of careers(事业) kids dream about these days, others like doctor and teacher have been taken the place of by the desire(欲望) to win good name and money as a sporting hero, pop star or actor. The parents of children aged 5 to 11 said the choice of lawyer had dropped by only one place on a top 10 list to sixth, while teacher had dropped to ninth from top in the last 25 or more years. The survey for British TV channel “Watch” found a great difference between the genders(性 别) oftoday’s young people when compared with their parents’ dreams 25 years or more ago. Playing professional football, being a astronaut and joining the firefighting service topped the boys’ choices, while girls are more likely to be dreaming of taking to the stage as a pop star or actress or joining the medical profession. When asked what they would like their children to do for a living, today’s parents still like the academic(学术的) professions(职业), with law and medicine scoring highly, while being a boss came third. Parents also praised job happiness above wealth(财富) when it comes to their hopes for their children. Nearly 70 percent of the parents surveyed thought that they failed to follow their dreams when it came to their career, with 37 percent thinking it was caused by a lack of aspiration and not having the necessary conditions. 63. The first paragraph is to advise parents to ______. A. follow their children’s dreams B. correct their children’s dreams C. change their children’s dreams D. forget their children’s dreams 64. According to the survey for British TV channel “Watch”, which of the following is the boys’ best career choice? A. A pop star B. An actor C. A firefighter D. A doctor 65. What can be learnt from the passage? A. Parents pay much attention to the income of their children. B. Parents’ hope for their children’s career did not change too much. C. Less than half of the parents who were surveyed didn’t follow their dreams. D. Most parents didn’t have the necessary conditions to realize their dreams. 66. What is the main idea of the passage? A. Parents’ dreams are different form children’s. B. Many reasons cause the change of children’s dreams. C. Parents are changing their own dreams. D. Children’s dreams are always changing. E One of first calls I received after the earthquake was from a cousin in Yogyakarta, who said a 50-year-old cousin of ours and her 21-year-old son had died when they ran out of their house and the front of their neighbor ’s house fell on them. I went to what was left of their house and prepared them for burial. It was a very sad moment and we buried them as best we could but I couldn’t stay behind because I was called to the hospital in Bantul to help with the flood of injured people.By the time I got there it was about 10
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am and the place was already crazy. There were injured people everywhere; most were just screaming for help, bones sticking out, blood pouring from wounds and limbs(肢) hanging limply. The most common injuries were open fractures(骨折) as a result of being hit by falling stones. We were completely overwhelmed(淹没). We didn’t have enough staff(成员) to help or enough supplies so we used whatever we could to immobilize people’s broken limbs. We really had to be very imaginative. For example we cut up a lot of cardboard boxes to use as splints(用于固定受伤肢体的夹板). It was non-stop work. As soon as we finished on one person we went straight on to the next. The problem was that Yogyakarta hospitals are full, so are the ones in Solo, the next nearest city. So we had to send people further and further away. We’ve already received a lot of help: drips, blankets, bandages, infusion kits, rice, instant noodles and so forth. But it’s not nearly enough. We need a lot, lot more. 67. We can learn from the passage that the author is most probably a ______. A. teacher B. reporter C. farmer D. doctor 68. From the last paragraph, we can know ______. A. the hospitals in Solo also have many problems to solve B. the hospitals in Solo are also full of injured people C. there are injured people everywhere D. they have received enough help 69. The underlined word “immobilize” in the fourth paragraph can be best replaced by “______”. A. fix B. observe C. connect D. join 70. The passage is mainly about ______. A. the rescue movement after the earthquake in Yogyakarta B. how to help people injured in an earthquake C. people injured in the earthquake can’t get enough supplies D. many people died in the earthquake in Yogyakarta 第四部分:书面表达(共两节,满分 40 分) 第一节:完成句子(共 10 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 15 分) 71. ________ (毫无疑问) the search for the lost cultural relics will continue. (doubt) 72. Only those athletes who have reached the agreed standard for their event ________ (有资格成 为) competitors. (admit) 73. There is no fish in that river now because the water ________ (被污染了). (pollute) 74. We all know that this rare kind of bird ________(在逐渐灭绝). (die) 75. The old woman asked me ________ (我是否知道) the way to the railway station. (if) 76. The few students ________(从地震中活下来)in that school were taken good care of. (survive) 77. He mentioned, as making a speech to some college students, the names of a few judges ________ (他评价不高). (think) 78. Would you please keep silent? The weather report ________ (正在广播) and I want to listen. (broadcast) 79. Learning strategies(策略), to ________ (老师们认为) importance, have not yet drawn enough attention of students. (attach) 80. I am ________ (相处不顺) my classmates at the moment. (trouble)
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第二节:短文写作(共 1 题;满分 25 分) 假定你叫李京,交了一个外国笔友 Smith,他是一名汉语爱好者。近期他给你发来电子 邮件,咨询如何学好汉语。请你给合下面的要点提示,给他回一封电子邮件,就如何学好汉 语提出建议。 1、要多听、多说,可与中国网友(net friends)练习汉语听说; 2 、收看 CCTV 9 的《学汉语》节目,或进入其网站( http://english.cctv.com/program/ learnchinese)学习汉字发音,了解中国文化。 3、其它你认为合理有效的建议。 注意:词数 100 左右;开头和结尾已经给出,但不计入总词数;可适当增加细节,并 注意连接词语的运用,以使行文连贯。 Dear Smith, I’m glad to learn that you are a Chinese lover and want to know how to improve your Chinese learning. Here are some tips for you. _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ ____________ I hope my advice will be of help to you. Yours, Li Jing

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答案 听力: 1--5: BBCCA ACCAC 6--10: ABBA B 11-15: ABBAC 16-20:

完成句子: 71. There is no doubt that 73. has been polluted 75. if/whether I knew 77. (whom/that) he did not speak highly of 79. which teachers have attached 短文写作: Dear Smith, I’m glad to learn that you are a Chinese lover and want to know how to improve your Chinese learning. Here are some tips for you. You may find Chinese hard to learn at the beginning because it is totally different from English. To improve your Chinese, first of all, you’d better practice speaking as often as possible. For example, you can practice Chinese with your pen pals or net friends. Besides, there is a very good Chinese-teaching program on CCTV 9 called “LEARN TO SPEAK CHINESE”, which is designed for Chinese learners. The website is http://english.cctv.com/ program/learnchinese, where you can learn Chinese pronunciation and know more about Chinese culture. I’m sure it will benefit you if you make it a rule to follow it every day. 72. will/can be admitted as 74. is dying out 76. who/that (had) survived the earthquake 78. is being broadcast(ed) 80. having (some) trouble with

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I hope my advice will be of help to you.

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