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中国人民大学附属中学高二英语 质量检测卷(试卷七)
第 I 卷 (共 89 分) 第一部分:听力理解(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,共 20 分) 第一节(共 5 小题;每小题 1 分,共 5 分) 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话你将听一遍。 1. What did Lucy learn to play this summer? A. The guitar. B. Th

e piano. C. The violin.

2. What does the man think of Professor Black? A. Boring. 3. Where are the speakers? A. At a shoe shop. B. At a clothing store. C. At a hairdresser’s. B. Wonderful. C. Interesting.

4. How probably is the weather now? A. Fine. B. Rainy. C. Cloudy.

5. Who has found the change of prices? A. Morris and Jill. B. The woman. C. The man. 第二节 (共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,共 10 分) 听下面 4 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白你将听两遍。 听第 6 段材料,回答第 6 至 7 题。 6. Where was the man born? A. In the US. B. In Argentina. C. In Korea. 7. What can we know about the man’s parents? A. They first met in Chili. B. They like to live abroad. C. They are working in Yale. 听第 7 段材料,回答第 8 至 9 题。 8. How did the speaker contact the woman?

A. 9. How will their relationship develop? A. They will be husband and wife. B. They will have a fight and break up. C. They will keep in touch by email.




听第 8 段材料,回答第 10 至 12 题。高*考*资*源*网 10. What are the speakers mainly talking about? A. American Education. B. Travel plans. C. Graduation plans.

11. What does the man say about private schools? A. They are expensive. B. They are traditional. C. The students there are serious. 12. What do we know about the man? A. He’s got a scholarship. B. He wants to be a teacher. C. He likes parties. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 13 至 15 题。 13. How much does a man dressed in theme need to pay for the ticket? A. $10. 14. What will be available for free? A. Water. B. Soft drinks. C. Drink container. B. $7. C. $5

15. What can we learn from the talk? A. Parents are not allowed to attend. B. The social event will begin at 7:30 p.m.. C. Students with good behavior are encouraged to attend. 第三节(共 5 小题;每小题 1 分,共 5 分) 听下面一段独白,完成第 16 至 20 题,每小题仅填写一个词。听独白前,你将有 20 秒钟的时间阅读 .. 试题,听完后你将有 60 秒钟的作答时间。这段独白你将听两遍。注意:每空仅填一词。 Course information Course name Length of course Next courses begin Class size Cost of course ___18___ School hours From 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. (Monday ~ Friday) From 9:00 a.m. to ___19___ (Saturdays)

English 6 or 9 ___16___ Next ___17___ About 15 students £12.99

Nearest ___20___ station

Greek Park

第二部分:知识运用 (共两节,共 35 分) 第一节 单项填空(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,共 15 分) 21. While he was seeking for ways to improve the telescope, Newton made _____ discovery which completely changed _____ man’s understanding of colour. A. a; the B. the; a C. a; / D. /; the 22. — I’d like to book a room for tonight. — Sorry, sir, but we don’t have any room _____ at the moment. A. suitable B. useful C. comfortable D. available

23. His efforts to raise money for his program were _____ because no one showed any intention to take a cent out of their pockets. A. in place B. in vain C. in effect D. in advance

24. _____ the doctors insisted on was that they _____ more respect and sense of security. A. That; must be given C. That; would be given B. What; should give D. What; should be given

25. — Is it convenient if I call you up at 9 tomorrow morning? — I am afraid not. I _____ a group of visiting teachers then. A. am meeting C. will be meeting B. will meet D. will have met

26. It is believed in some science fiction stories that the world may one day be _____ by artificial intelligence. A. broken in B. run over C. taken over D. filled in

27. The traffic is heavy right now. I _____ arrive a bit late, so could you save me a place? A. can B. must C. need D. might

28. The lecture _____ next week aims mainly to clarify the new admissions policy. A. given B. to be given C. will be given D. is given 29. It’s helpful to put children in a situation _____ they can see themselves differently. A. that B. when C. which D. where

30. News came from the school office ______ the school library would be open next week. A. that B. what C. which D. where

31. I would really appreciate it if you could keep me _____ of how the negotiation is going on. A. informed B. informing C. being informed D. to be informed

32. If people _____ the importance of living a low-carbon life earlier, there _____ so many environmental problems now. A. realized; wouldn't be C. had realized; wouldn't have been B. had realized; wouldn't be D. realized; wouldn't have been

33. We will show you around the city _____ you like. A. wherever B. however C. whenever D. whatever

34. Meeting my old classmates at the 66th anniversary celebration of our school was an unforgettable moment, _____ I will always treasure. A. that B. one C. it D. what

35. Interest, as well as skills, ______ important when one looks for a job. A. is B. are C. has D. have

第二节 完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,共 20 分) Mama’s voice floated through the apartment as she sang a Mexican folk song that I had heard all my life. “Hola,” she greeted me when she came out of the bedroom. “Please speak to me in ___36___,” I interrupted. She paid no attention and ___37___ speaking in Spanish. The words ___38___ me of my grandparents and birthday parties in Mexico, but I knew my mother’s life would be ___39___ if she learned to speak English. We had lived in the United States for three years, and she still had difficulty ___40___ to store owners and my teachers. I was determined that she should try. “Why won’t you speak English?” I ___41___. “Don’t you want to be ___42___ to talk to people here?” “Isabel,” she whispered. Mama always whispered when she was upset with me. “What?” I was not ___43___ with her, either. She ___44___ for the English words. “Come with me to the, uh — how do you say it? Meeting.” “What kind of meeting? Where is it?” I ___45___ her, but now she refused to answer. In ___46___, we drove across town to the college, where she pulled into a brightly lit parking lot. I was ___47___. I had expected a meeting at someone’s ___48___ — a garden club or a parents’ group. Then I ___49___ a sign on a door. My mother was ___50___ night classes to learn English! “I don’t understand. ___51___ you’re learning English, why won’t you speak English at home?” I asked. “You’ll learn faster if you ___52___ with me.” “I speak English here,” she said in her thick accent. She hesitated, putting the words together, and then went on, “I speak Spanish at home ___53___ you.” I ___54___ understood — she spoke Spanish at home so that I wouldn’t forget the words, songs, and ___55___ of Mexico. I said, “O. K., Mama, estabien.” 36. A. Spanish 37. A. remembered 38. A. reminded 39. A. brighter 40. A. explaining 41. A. repeated 42. A. kind 43. A. friendly 44. A. searched 45. A. begged 46. A. turn 47. A. shocked B. Indian B. considered B. informed B. fresher B. gesturing B. insisted B. able B. happy B. accounted B. examined B. action B. puzzled C. English C. avoided C. warned C. busier C. agreeing C. stated C. equal C. bothered C. called C. blamed C. silence C. frightened

D. Russian D. continued D. accused D. easier D. speaking D. requested D. worried D. annoyed D. cared D. questioned D. order D. embarrassed

48. A. college 49. A. spotted 50. A. grasping 51. A. If 52. A. train 53. A. to 54. A. suddenly 55. A. situations

B. house B. witnessed B. enjoying B. Once B. play B. with B. fortunately B. effect

C. office C. watched C. taking C. Because C. perform C. for C. easily C. memories

D. company D. scanned D. preparing D. Unless D. practice D. at D. partly D. language

第三部分:阅读理解(共 17 小题;每小题 2 分,共 34 分) A We have met the enemy and he is ours. We bought him at a pet shop. When monkey-pox, a disease usually found in the African rain forest suddenly turns up in children in the American Midwest, it’s hard not to wonder of the disease that comes from foreign animals is homing in on human beings. “Most of the infections (感染) we think of as human infections started in other animals,” says Stephen Morse, director of the Center for Public Health Preparedness at Columbia University. It’s not just that we’re going to where the animals are; we’re also bringing them closer to us. Popular foreign pets have brought a whole new disease to this country. A strange illness killed Isaksen’s pets and she now thinks that keeping foreign pets is a bad idea, “I don’t think it’s fair to have them as pets when we have such a limited knowledge of them.” says Isaksen. “Laws allowing these animals to be brought in from deep forest areas without stricter control need changing.” says Peter Schantz. Monkey-pox may be the wake-up call. Researchers believe infected animals may infect their owners. We know very little about these new diseases. A new bug (病毒) may be kind at first. But it may develop into something harmful. Monkey-pox doesn’t look a major infectious disease. But it is not impossible to pass the disease from person to person. 56. We learn from Paragraph 1 that the pet sold at the shop may ____________. A. come from Columbia B. prevent us from being infected C. enjoy being with children D. suffer from monkey-pox 57. Why did Isaksen advise people not to have foreign pets? A. Because they attack human beings. B. Because we need to study native animals. C. Because they can’t live out of the rain forest. D. Because we do not know much about them yet. 58. What does the phrase “the wake-up call” in Paragraph 3 most probably mean? A. A new disease. C. A dangerous animal. B. A clear warning. D. A morning call.


Two years ago,Wendy Hasnip,47,experienced a brain injury that left her speechless for two weeks. When she finally recovered, she found herself talking with what seemed to be a French accent. “I phoned a friend the other day, and she spent the first ten minutes laughing,” Hasnip said at the time, “while I have nothing against the French.” Hasnip suffered from foreign accent syndrome(外国口音综合症), a rare condition in which people find themselves speaking their own language like someone from a foreign country. The condition usually occurs in people who have experienced a head injury or a stroke —a sudden loss of consciousness, sensation, movement or caused by a blocked or broken blood vessel(血管)in the brain. The condition was first identified during the Second World War in a Norwegian woman whose head was injured during an attack by the German military. The woman recovered but was left with a German-sounding accent, to the horror of fellow villagers who avoided her after that. Researchers have discovered that the combined effect of the damage to several parts of the brain makes victims lengthen certain syllable, mispronounce sounds, change the normal pitch and (音高) their voice. Those of changes in speech add up to what sounds like a foreign accent. Another researcher,a phonetician(语言学者) ,says victims of the syndrome don't acquire a true foreign accent. Their strangely changed speech only resembles the foreign accent with which it has a few sounds in common. When an English woman named Annie recently developed foreign accent syndrome after a stroke, she spoke with what seemed to be a Scottish accent. However, Annie's Scottish coworkers said she didn't sound at all like a Scot. 59. According to the passage,people __________ may have foreign accent syndrome. A. whose parent has experienced a head injury B. who have lived in a foreign country for a long time C. who have lost their consciousness owing to a stroke D. who have learned foreign language from their coworkers 60. If a person suffers foreign accent syndrome, __________. A. his coworkers will be afraid of him and avoid contacting with him B. he has more chance of suffering stroke again C. he will speak a fluent foreign language like native speakers D. his speech only has a few sounds in common with the foreign accent 61. Writing this passage,the writer's main purpose is to __________ .

A. introduce foreign accent syndrome and some related information B. warn people not to be at the risk of experiencing a stroke C. make it clear that foreign accent syndrome can be cured D. tell a story of an injured woman during the Second World War

C I woke up one morning last week to read a story about an athlete who had seemed to have everything. US track star Marion Jones owned a trophy (奖杯) case filled with medals. She had worldwide fame. She held the high honor of being the first female track and field athlete to win five medals at an Olympics — the 2000 Sydney Games. But last Friday, the 31-year-old track star tearfully confessed that she had lied to fans, sports official and US federal agents about taking steroids. The five Olympic medals in her trophy case? Gone. Meaningless. The worldwide fame? Exchanged for infamy. The honor of being the first female track and field athlete to win five medals at an Olympics? Forgotten, wiped off the record books. “It is with a great amount of shame that I stand before you and tell you that I have betrayed your trust.” Jones confessed. She’d posed for pictures with fans. She’d attended parties and talked about her accomplishments. But for years she’d slept —- or tried to sleep — knowing that much of what she had done was built on a lie. Now, finally, she’d decided to tell the truth. “If she had trusted her own natural gifts and allied them to self-sacrifice and hard work, I sincerely believe that she could have been an honest champion at the Sydney Games.” IAAF President Lamine Diack said over the weekend. “Instead, Mario Jones will be remembered as one of the biggest frauds in sporting history.” Sadly, she won’t be the last. There are still others lurking(潜伏) behind their trophies. They too appear to have everything. They’re superstars, the envy of every young person who has played a sport. But for how long? And at what cost? Every time they look at their trophies and medals they remember that the awards really belong to someone else. 62. The main character in this passage is__________. A. the writer himself C. IAAF president 63. It is still a worry that __________. A. Marion Jones has cheated the public so long B. Marion Jones may be remembered as a fraud in sporting history C. IAAF president will not forgive Marion Jones D. cheating is still widely existing in sports competition 64. The writer values __________ most in this passage. A. Marion Jones’ deciding to tell the truth B. the honesty and hard work in sports competition

B. Marion Jones D. US federal agents

C. trophies, medals and champions D. the spirit of Olympic Games

D “A good parent” can be a confusing phrase. It is almost impossible for one person to be “a good parent” at all stages of a child’s life. Some parents are at their best before their children begin to speak. Others are most successful before their children enter elementary school. Still others make their finest contribution to older children or teenagers. Every parent can understand one stage of a child’s development better than another. It is hard for a person to possess superior capacities throughout the entire period of a child’s growth. A mother might be “a good parent” from her baby’s birth until it is three; that is the period when it needs her protection and loving care. Then the start of her child’s independence might upset and alarm her, and she might then become less helpful for a few years. A father might be awkward and uncomfortable with a younger child, but could turn into an excellent parent when the child is old enough to be taught the skills of cycling, fishing and so on, or to be taken on trips. Some parents feel easier with boys, and others with girls — and then only at certain ages or stages. It is important for parents to understand and accept their own limitations in these matters, just as they must accept the child’s faults of personality and limitations of talent. Otherwise, fathers and mothers will feel guilty and blame themselves for weaknesses that may not be their faults. Much of the guilt experienced by modern parents comes from the mistaken feeling that they ought to be all things at all times to the child, which is clearly mistaken. In past ages, grandparents and uncles and aunts lived with the family, and provided different kinds of support; in our present “nuclear” family, too many roles are demanded of the two parents, which they cannot possibly fulfill. 65. Confusion arises about what it means to be “a good parent” because __________. A. it is normal to be a successful parent during most stages of a child’s development B. most parents are only good at helping older children or teenagers C. parents are usually at their best before their children go to school D. parents do not realize they cannot perform equally well through a child’s growth 66. Parents would feel guilty if __________. A. their children can’t accept their own limitations of talent B. they realize their weaknesses in raising children C. their grandfathers and uncles and aunts don’t live with them D. they don’t know their limitations in raising children 67. Parents of “nuclear” families sometimes feel at a loss because __________. A. they believe that such a family prevents the healthy growth of a child’s personality and talent B. they dislike the support that other family members give to their children C. they do not always have the help of other family members in child-raising D. they no longer regard grandparents, uncles and aunts as good educators of their children


Easy Ways to Keep Your Brain Sharp Everyone is forgetful, but as we age, we start to feel like our brains are slowing down a bit —- and that can be a very annoying thing. ______68______ Read on for some techniques worth trying. 1. ______69______ People who regularly made plans and looked forward to upcoming events had a 50 percent reduced chance of Alzheimer’s disease (老年性痴呆症), according to a recent study. ______70______ Something as simple as setting a goal to have a weekly coffee date with a friend will do. There’s evidence that people who have a purpose in life or who are working on long or short-term goals appear to do better. In other words, keep your brain looking forward. 2. Go for a walk. Mildly raised glucose(葡萄糖)levels can harm the area of the brain that helps you form memories and physical activity can help get blood glucose down to normal levels. In fact, exercise produces chemicals that are good for your brain. ______71______ 3. Learn something new. Take a Spanish class online, join a drawing club, or learn to play cards. A study found that mental stimulation limits the weakening effects of aging on memory and the mind. But the best thing for your brain is when you learn something new and are physically active at the same time. your friends. A. Focus on the future. B. This can be especially harmful to the aged. C. It should be something like learning gardening. D. So take a few minutes each day to do some reading. E. But don’t worry if our schedule isn’t filled with life-changing events. F. Luckily, research shows there is a lot you can do to avoid those moments. G. In other words, when you take care of your body, you take care of your brain. 第 II 卷 (共 31 分) 一、单词拼写(共 10 小题; 每小题 0.5 分,共 5 分) 1. How could you t________________ his rude behavior for such a long time? 2. S________________ by trees, the lake looks beautiful and peaceful. 3. He would like to buy some local s________________ wherever he travels. 4. Yesterday a famous professor made a speech, strongly o________________ further research into gene-therapy. 5. After hard training, their performance in track and field was greatly e_________________. 6. Jim went to put up the tent. ________________(同时) Peter started to prepare supper. 7. The latest ________________(统计) prove that the epidemic has been under control. 8. This is the ________________(原始的) photo without being edited.

______72______ Or you can just go dancing with

9. Lack of communication may cause serious ________________(冲突) between bosses and employees. 10. I am in a ________________(进退两难的境地) over whether to tell him the truth or not.

二、完成句子(共 6 小题;每小题 1 分,共 6 分) 1. 我们必须牢记:在英语方面取得成功就意味着课外投入额外的工作。 We need to ________ ________ ________ that to get ahead with English means putting in extra work outside of the classroom. 2. 你意识到噪音污染给我们的健康和环境带来的负面影响了吗? _______ you _______ environment? 3. 在实验室里做实验的时候,请遵守老师发出的指令。 Please follow the _______ _______ by your teacher while doing experiments in the lab. 4. 他是演艺界冉冉升起一颗的新星。对他而言,前途无量,没有界限。 He is a rising star in acting. For him, the sky is ________ ________ the limit. 5. 如果上周他没有被抓住作弊的话,他就通过考试了。 He would have passed the exam if he _______ not _______ _______ _______ last week. 6. 在 2008 年四川省的汶川地震中有 8 万多人丧生,这一点至今仍然对我们有警示作用。 Over 80 thousand people _______ _______ to the earthquake in Wenchuan, Sichuan Province in 2008, which is still alarming to us. 三、短文填空(共 10 空;每空 0.5 分,共 5 分) From mountains to oceans to deserts, Earth is filled with awesome beauty. A____1____ we suffer from typhoons or earthquakes sometimes, we humans have a pretty fantastic home. It’s hard to i____2_____ anyone wanting to leave. Still, some scientists think that l_____3_____ Earth is a necessary part of humanity’s future. Stephen Hawking, a well-respected p______4______, once said he didn’t believe mankind would be able to s_____5_____ the next thousand years if it didn’t spread into space. “There are too many accidents that can take people’s lives on a single planet.” Hawking said. “But I’m an optimist. We will reach out to the stars.” In the past few d_____6______, humans have taken important steps toward conquering space. Astronauts have walked on the moon, and space t_____7_____ have caught wonderful images of distant galaxies. The International Space S ______8______ has even given astronauts the opportunity to stay in space for months. But there is a big d_____9_____ between staying in space for a short time and living there p _____10_______. 四、书面表达 (15 分) 目前, 很多中学生利用业余时间上补习班。 昨天, 你班同学就这一现象进行了讨论。 请你以 Are Tuition Classes Necessary ?为题,写一篇短文,客观地反映表格中的讨论结果,并表明你自己的观点。

_______ the negative effects that noise pollution has on our health and our


40%的学生赞同 1. 有老师辅导比自己学好

60%的学生不赞同 1. 容易养成依赖习惯, 缺乏独立思考 2. 学生需要时间休息和娱乐 3. 导致有的学生在常规课堂上不认 真听讲


2. 有更多机会和老师互动 3. 可以弥补上课错过或没听懂 的东西

注意:1.要包含所有的要点,但不要逐条翻译; 2.词数约 120。文章开头已给出,不计入总词数。 Yesterday we had a heated discussion about ______________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________


中国人民大学附属中学高二英语 质量检测卷(试卷七) 试题答案
第Ⅰ卷 (共 89 分) 第一部分 听力理解 (共 20 小题,每小题 1 分,共 20 分) 第一节(共 5 小题; 每小题 1 分,共 5 分) 1. A 2. B 3. C 4. A 5. B

第二节(共 10 小题; 每小题 1 分,共 10 分) 6. A 7. B 8. B 9. A 10. C 11. A 12. B 13. C 14. A 15. C

第三节(共 5 小题; 每小题 1 分,共 5 分) ★每小题超过一个词不计分;★拼写错误不计分;★大小写、单复数错误扣 0.5 分。 16. months 17.Monday 18. book 19. 1:00 pm 20.subway

第二部分:知识运用 (共两节,共 35 分) 第一节 单项填空(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,共 15 分) 21. C 28. B 35. A 第二节 完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,共 20 分) 36 — 40 CDADD 41 — 45 BBBAD 46 — 50 CBBAC 51 — 55 ADCAC 22. D 29. D 23. B 30. A 24. D 31. A 25. C 32. B 26. C 33. C 27. D 34. B

第三部分:阅读理解(共 17 小题;每小题 2 分,共 34 分) A 篇 56—58 DDB B 篇 59—61 CDA E 篇 68—72 FAEGC C 篇 62—64 BDB

D 篇 65—67 DBC

第Ⅱ卷(共 31 分) 一、单词拼写(共 10 小题,每小题 0.5 分,共 5 分) 1. tolerate 5. enhanced 9. conflicts 2. Surrounded 6. Meanwhile 10. dilemma 3. souvenirs 7. statistics 4. opposing 8. original

二、完成句子(共 6 小题,每小题 1 分,共 6 分) 1. keep in mind 4. no longer 2. Are, aware of 5. had, been caught cheating 3. instructions given 6. were lost


三、短文填空(共 10 空,每空 0.5 分,共 5 分) 1. Although 6. decades 2. imagine 7. telescopes 3. leaving 8. Station 4. professor /physicist 9. difference 5. survive 10. permanently

四、书面表达 (15 分) One possible version: Are Tuition Classes Necessary? Yesterday we had a heated discussion about whether it is necessary for middle school students to attend tuition classes. Opinions are divided about it. 40 percent of the students approve of it. Firstly, it’s more effective to study with a teacher’s help than by themselves. Secondly, you can have more chances to communicate with teachers. What this means is that there are more interaction between students and teachers. Besides, you can make up for what you miss or fail to understand in classes on weekdays. The rest of the students hold the opposite opinion. For one thing, students can easily form the bad habit of dependence and by and by, they will not think actively on their own. For another, students need time for rest and recreation at the weekend. What’s worse, attending tuition classes even causes some students not to listen attentively in their regular classes. In my opinion, whether a tuition class is needed just depends. If you are really very weak at or interested in a certain subject, maybe it’s OK for you. But be sure to choose a good and suitable class, otherwise it would be a waste of time and money. 书面表达评分参考: 1. 第一档: (15~13 分) (很好) 完全完成试题规定的任务。运用了多样的句式和丰富的词汇,语法或用词方面有个别错误,但为尽可 能表达丰富的内容所致;体现了较强的语言运用能力。全文结构紧凑,逻辑清楚、合理。 2. 第二档: (12~11 分) (好) 完成试题规定的任务,运用的句式和词汇能满足任务要求,语法和用词基本准确,少许错误主要为尽 可能表达丰富的内容所致。使用了简单的语句间连接成分,内容连贯,逻辑清楚、合理。 3. 第三档: (10~9 分) (及格) 基本完成试题规定的任务。运用的句式和词汇基本满足任务要求,语法和用词方面有一些错误,但不 影响理解。内容基本连贯,逻辑清楚、合理。 4. 第四档: (8~4 分) (较差) 未恰当完成试题规定的任务。 所用句式和词汇有限, 语法或用词方面的错误影响了对所写内容的理解。 信息未能清楚地传达给读者。 5. 第五档: (3~1 分) (差) 未完成试题规定的任务。句式单调,词汇贫乏,语法或用词方面错误较多,严重影响了对所写内容的

理解。信息未能传达给读者。 6. 0 分 未能传达任何信息;所写内容与要求无关。 7. 书写或标点符号不规范在 4 处以上(含 4 处) ,或字迹潦草,在得分中再扣除 1 分(第四、五档文不 扣此项分数) 。重复错误只扣一次分数。




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