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山东省聊城市“四县六校”2012-2013 学年下学期高二期末联考

英语试题
考试时间:120 分钟; 题号 得分 注意事项: 1.答题前填写好自己的姓名、班级、考号等信息 2.请将答案正确填写在答题卡上 一 二 三 四 五 六 总分

第 I 卷(选择题)
评卷人 得分 一、单项选择 1.It is requested that the reporter ____ to blame for the wrong report. A. referring to B. referring to as C. referred to be D. referred to being 2.--- What‘s the model plane look like? --- The wings of the plane are _____ of its body. A. more than the length twice B. twice more than the length C. more than twice the length D. more twice than the length 3.The place _____ the bridge is supposed to be built should be _____ the cross-river traffic is heaviest. A. which; where B. at which; which C. at which; where D. which; in which 4.--- What a pity! Leo missed the football match. --- ______. He was busy with his schoolwork. A. So he did B. Neither he did C. Neither did he D. So did he 5.--I‘m sorry I made a mistake! ---________. Nobody is perfect. A. Take your time B. You‘re right C. Whatever you say D. Take it easy 6.The school isn‘t the one I really wanted to go to, but I suppose I‘ll just have to________ it. A. make the best of B. get away from C. keep an eye on D. catch up with 7.My parents_________ in Hong Kong. They were born there and have lived nowhere else. A. live B. lived C. were living D. had lived 8. ________ children whose parents had died in the earthquake________ sent to live with families in other cities. A. A great number of ; was B. The great number of ; was C. A great number of ; were D. The great number of ; were 9.---How about your job hunting? ---No luck. Now, I‘ve reached the stage________ I don‘t care what I do. A. which B. when C. where D. that 10.Either you or one of your students________ to attend the meeting that is due tomorrow.

A. are B. is C. have D. be 11.While________ along the road, Mr. Smith met an old friend of his. A. walked B. he is walking C. walking D. is walking 12.When we visited Zhou Zhuang again ten years later, we found it changed so much that we could hardly ________ it. A. request B. recognize C. swap D. realize 13.The country has________ too many wars. A. packed up B. made sense C. gone by D. gone through 14. report said a bus went out of ____ control in the highway _____ south of the city and rushed The into the river. A.the; the B./; the C.the; / D./; / 15.Which do you feel like ________ the time on the train, chatting with friends or just reading something? A.killing B.to share C. to kill D.sharing 评卷人 得分 二、完型填空 I used to be ashamed of my grandma. I know that's a ____16____ thing to say, but it was true until today, so I have to____17___ it. The____18____ started when my friend Katy found Grandma's false teeth floating in a glass on the bathroom sink. I was so used to seeing them that I____19____ took notice of them. But Katy shouted, laughing and____20____ to talk to them. I had to get down on my knees and____21____ her to shut up so my grandma wouldn't____22____ and get hurt. After that happened, I____23____ there were a million things about Grandma that were embarrassing(令人窘迫). Once she took Jill and me out to Burger King. ____24____ ordering our hamburgers well-done, she told the person behind the counter, "They'll have two Whoppers (巨无霸) well-to-do. " Jill burst out laughing, but I almost____25____. After a while, I started wishing I could____26____ Grandma in a closet. I even complained to my parents. Both my parents said I had to be careful not to make Grandma feel____27____ in our home. Then last Wednesday, something happened that____28____ everything completely. My teacher told us to help find interesting old people and____29____ them about their____30____ for a big Oral History project. I was trying to think of someone when Angie pushed me gently. "Volunteer your grandmother," she whispered. "She's____31____ and rich in experience." That was the last thing I ever thought Angie would say about my grandma. This is how I ended up on____32____ today interviewing my own grandmother before the whole school assembly (集合). All my friends and teachers were listening to her____33____ she was a great heroine. I was____34____ of my grandma and hoped she would____35____ know that I had been ashamed of her. 16.A. funny B. common C. terrible D. clear 17.A. admit B. receive C. refuse D. show 18.A. quarrel B. accident C. trouble D. adventure 19.A. already B. always C. simply D. hardly 20.A. enjoying B. pretending C. imagining D. continuing 21.A. warn B. demand C. advise D. beg 22.A. mind B. hear C. see D. fall 23.A. expected B. declared C. realized D. doubted

24.A. Because of 25.A. died 26.A. meet 27.A. independent 28.A. changed 29.A. interview 30.A. news 31.A. free 32.A. show 33.A. and then 34.A. sure 35.A. never

B. Except for B. cheered B. avoid B. inconvenient B. finished B. report B. lives B. popular B. stage B. even if B. proud B. even

C. Such as C. disappeared C. arrange C. unwelcome C. stopped C. tell C. advantages C. interesting C. duty C. so that C. ashamed C. still

D. Instead of D. suffered D. hide D. unfamiliar D. Prepared D. write D. achievements D. embarrassing D. time D. as if D. afraid D. once

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得分 三、阅读理解

Since the beginning of the year, smog has covered parts of North China. In January, Beijing saw only five days without smog. The rising PM 2.5 readings terrified many people, and some health experts said that whenever the smog gets serious, hospitals receive more patients suffering acute respiratory (呼吸系统)and heart diseases. Later, news of polluted underground water in some provinces scared people who wondered whether the water they drink is safe. So the need to emphasize environmental protection while developing the economy is heard everywhere. Smog especially is a common concern. Like a popular online post said, air may be the only thing that is equal for everyone, despite your income or vocation. People with higher incomes are able to drink only bottled spring water and eat only organic food by paying higher prices, but they breathe the same air as everyone else. At a meeting on Monday, many Representatives have expressed their concerns about the air quality, too. One talked about his experience in Beijing. ―After taking a taxi from the capital airport to my hotel, which took about an hour, I washed my nose and found the inside of my nose was black. We should ask ourselves this question: Why do we want to develop? It's for living a better life. Dirty air is definitely not a better life," he said. China needs to develop its economy and invest(投资) in high-tech. Every Chinese wants a strong country. But without blue sky, clean water and safe food, the achievements in the economy will become meaningless. Space technologies are not to be developed for building a base on Mars so that one day all human beings can migrate to the red planet because they have destroyed Earth. What the public wants is a strong and beautiful China. Former president Hu Jintao spoke at the 18th Party Congress last November saying that great efforts must be made to promote ecological progress and build a beautiful China. The words have shown the central government's resolution to address the environment issue. 36.The effect of smog doesn‘t include. A.the rising of PM 2.5 readings B.more people suffering diseases C.the increase of people‘s income D.patients increased in hospital 37.Why smog has become a common concern?

A.Because people have to pay higher prices. B.Because nobody can avoid it. C.Because we have to develop industry. D.Because a popular online-post discussed it. 38.The underlined word ―they‖ in paragraph 6 refers to. A.human beings B.other plants C.space technologies D.industrial development 39.From the last two paragraphs we can infer that. A.high-tech can completely solve the problem of pollution B.space technologies should be developed in a large scale C.we can move to the Mars after the earth has been destroyed D.we must protect the environment while developing economy Loren Gladstone of Toronto is 58, but thinking over how to bequeath (遗赠) his digital property(财 产). Doing the paperwork after his parents' death was a challenge. ―When my time comes, I wonder if my children will even know what paper is,‖ he says. As a software developer, his virtual property is both valuable and vital to his business. That reflects a problem. Online lives have increasing economic and emotional value. But testamentary (遗嘱) laws offer confusing and incomplete ways of bequeathing and inheriting (继承) them. Digital property may include software, websites, downloaded content, online gaming identities, social-media accounts and even e-mails. In Britain alone holdings of digital music may be worth over £9 billion ($14 billion). A fifth of respondents to a Chinese local-newspaper survey said they had over 5,000 yuan($790) of digital property. And value does not lie only in money.―Anyone with kids under 14 years old probably has two prints of them and the rest are in online galleries,‖says Nathan Lustig of Entrustet, a company that helps people manage digital property. Service providers have different rules—and few state them clearly in their terms and conditions. Many give users a personal right to use an account, but nobody else, even after death. Facebook allows relatives to close an account or turn it into a memorial page. Gmail (run by Google) will provide copies of e-mails to an executor (遗嘱执行人). Music downloaded via iTunes is held under a license which can be abolished on death. Apple declined to comment on the record on this or other policies. All e-mail and data on its iCloud service are deleted on the death of the owner. This has led to cases to court in America. In 2004 the family of Justin Ellsworth, an army man killed in Iraq, took Yahoo! to court in Michigan to get copies of his e-mails. This year, a court in Oregon ruled that another American mother whose son had died could use her dead son's password to enter his Facebook account for a short period. Now five American states have made laws giving executors control over the social-networking accounts of dead users. But this raises the subject of privacy. Passing music on is one thing; not everyone may want their relatives to read their e-mails. Colin Pearson, a London-based lawyer, says access should come only with a clear provision in a will. But laws, wills and password safes may be contrary to the providers' terms of service, especially when the executor is in one country and the data in another. Headaches for the living and lots of lovely work for lawyers. 40.Why does Loren begin to think over how to bequeath his digital property at the age of 58? A. Because he is afraid his children don't know what paper is. B. Because there's no complete law dealing with digital property. C. Because his digital property is of great value and importance. D. Because he is worried his children will be taken to court. 41.Which of the following can be inferred from the passage?

A. Digital property is assessed in terms of nothing except money. B. No laws in America have been made to deal with digital property. C. The relatives may read the e-mail of the dead without permission. D. Lawyers can make money through cases about digital property. 42.Facebook, Google and Apple have a similar rule that ________. A. users are offered accounts used by nobody else except users themselves B. relatives of the dead may close an account or use it at their own will C. the executor may enter the e-mail and read it by themselves at any time D. the data downloaded by the dead will be copied and then deleted from net 43.Which of the following can best serve as the title of the passage? A. Digital Information B. Testamentary Laws C. Deathless Data D. Vital Property Human cloning technology could be used to reserve heart attacks. Scientists believe that they may be able to treat heart attack by cloning their healthy heart cells and injecting them into the areas of the heart that have been damaged, and other problems may be solved if human cloning and its technology are not forbidden. With cloning, infertile couples could have children. Current treatments for infertility, in terms of percentages, are not very successful. Couples go through physical and emotionally painful procedures for a small chance of having children. Many couples run out of time and money without successfully having children. Human cloning could make it possible for many more infertile couples to have children than ever before. We should be able to clone the bone marrow (骨髓) for children and adults suffering from leukemia (白血病). This is expected to be one of the first benefits to come from cloning technology. We may learn how to switch cells on and off through cloning and thus be able to cure cancer. Cloning technology can be used to test for and perhaps cure gene-related diseases. The above is just a few examples of what human cloning technology can do for mankind. This new technology promises unprecedented (前所未有的)advancement in medicine if people will release their fears and let the benefit begin. 44.What does the underlined word ―infertile‖ (paragraph 2) most probably mean? A. with physical and emotional problems B. short of time and money C. unable to give birth to children D. separated from each other for a long time 45.According to the text, one of the first expected benefits from cloning technology is in ______. A. the treatment of mental diseases B. the reserve of heart diseases C. the cure of gene-related diseases D. the bearing of babies 46. According to the writer, the main problem with the development of human cloning technology is that__________. A. it has brought about benefits so far B. it may be out of human control C. people still know little about it D. people are afraid of such technology Getting rid of dirt, in the opinion of most people, is a good thing. However, there is nothing fixed about attitudes to dirt.

In the early 16th century, people thought that dirt on the skin was a means to block out disease, as medical opinion had it that washing off dirt with hot water could open up the skin and let ills in. A particular danger was thought to lie in public baths. By 1538, the French king had closed the bath houses in his kingdom. So did the king of England in 1546. Thus began a long time when the rich and the poor in Europe lived with dirt in a friendly way. Henry IV, king of France, was famously dirty. Upon learning that a nobleman had taken a bath, the king ordered that, to avoid the attack of disease, the nobleman should not go out. Though the belief in the merit of dirt was long-lived, dirt has no longer been regarded as a nice neighbor ever since the 18th century. Scientifically speaking, cleaning away dirt is good to health. Clean water supply and hand washing are practical means of preventing disease. Yet, it seems that standards of cleanliness have moved beyond science since World War II. Advertisements repeatedly sell the idea: clothes need to be whiter than white, cloths ever softer, surfaces to shine. Has the hate for dirt, however, gone too far? Attitudes to dirt still differ hugely nowadays. Many first-time parents nervously try to warn their children off touching dirt, which might be responsible for the spread of disease. On the contrary, Mary Ruebush, an American immunologist (免疫学家), encourages children to play in the dirt to build up a strong immune system. And the latter position is gaining some ground. 47.The kings of France and England in the 16th century closed bath houses because________. A. they lived healthily in a dirty environment B. they thought bath houses were too dirty to stay in C. they believed disease could be spread in public baths D. they considered bathing as the cause of skin disease 48.Which of the following best describes Henry IV‘ s attitude to bathing? A. Afraid B. Curious C. Approving D. Uninterested 49.How does the passage mainly develop? A. By providing examples. B. By making comparisons. C. By following the order of time. D. By following the order of importance. 50.What is the author‘s purpose in writing the passage? A. To stress the role of dirt. B. To introduce the history of dirt. C. To call attention to the danger of dirt. D. To present the change of views on dirt. America is growing older. Fifty years ago, only 4 out of every 100 people in the United States were 65 or older. Today, 10 out of every 100 Americans are over 65. The aging of the population will affect (影响) American society in many ways — education, medicine, and business. Quietly, the graying of America has made us a very different society— one in which people have a quite different idea of what kind of behavior(行为)is suitable (合适)at various ages. A person's age no longer tells you anything about his/her social position, marriage or health. There's no longer a particular year in which one goes to school or goes to work or gets married or starts a family. The social clock that kept us on time and told us when to go to school ,get a job, or stop working isn't as strong as it used to be. It doesn't surprise us to hear of a 29-year-old university president or a 35-year-old grandmother, or a 70-year-old man who has become a father for the firs time. Public ideas are changing. Many people say, 'I am much younger than my mother - or my father - was at my age.' No one says ?Act your age‘ anymore. We've stopped looking with surprise at older people who act in youthful ways.

51.It can be learnt from the text that the aging of the population in America_________ . A.has made people feel younger B.has changed people's social position C. has changed people's understanding of age D. has slowed down the country's social development 52.The underlined word ?one‘ refers to_________. A. a society B. America C. a place D. population 53.?Act your age‘ means people should_________. A.be active when they are old B.do the right thing at the right age C. show respect for their parents young or old D. take more physical exercise suitable to their age 54.If a 25-year-old man becomes general manager of a big firm, the writer of the text would most probably consider it ______. A.normal B.wonderful C.unbelievable D.unreasonable Students in many countries are learning English. Some of these students are small children. Others are teen-agers. Many are adults. Some learn at school, others by themselves. A few learn English by learning the language over the radio, on TV, or in film. One must work hard to learn another language. Why do all these people want to learn English? It is difficult to answer this question. Many boys and girls learn English at school because it is one of their subjects required for study. They study their own language and maths and English: Some people learn it because it is useful for their work. Many people learn English for their work. Many people learn English for their higher studies, because at college or university some of their books are in English. Other people learn English because they want to read newspapers or magazines in English. 55.People learn English _______. A. at school B. over the radio C. on TV D. not all in the same way 56.Different kinds of people want to learn English _______. A. together with other subjects B. for different reasons C. for their work D. for higher studies at colleges 57.From this passage we know that _______. A. we can learn English easily B. English is very difficult to learn C. English is learned by most people in the world D. English is a useful language but one must work hard to learn 58.Which of the following is right? A. We don‘t need to learn any foreign languages. B. We can do well in all our work without English. C. English is the most important subject in schools. D. We should learn English because we need to face the world.

第 II 卷(非选择题)

评卷人

得分 四、单词拼写

阅读下面短文,根据以下提示:1)汉语提示,2)首字母提示,3)语境提示,在每个空格内 填入一个适当的英语单词, 并将该词完整地写在右边相对应的横线上。 所填单词要求意义准确, 拼写正确。 The long-desired winter vacation arrived in the end. As soon as the bell rang announcing that the class was over, e_____ student 59.________ couldn‘t ____ to rush out of the classroom. Half an hour later, 60.________ my good friend Jack and I were on the way back home. ______ 61._______ crowded was the train we took that we had to _____(站). Thinking 62.________ of the coming Spring Festival and the two______(周) stay with 63.________ parents, we both felt happy and excited. All of a s_____, I saw a 64.________ man stealing an old lady‘s p_____ out of her bag. With the help 65.________ of Jack, I caught the pickpocket and f_____ him to give back the 66.________ purse to the lady. Then the pickpocket was taken ____ by the guard. 67.________ Praised by other passengers, we felt _____ of what we had done. 68.________

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得分 五、短文改错

69. 短文改错(共 10 小题; 每小题 1 分, 满分 10 分) 要求:增加:在缺词处加一个漏词符号(∧) 并在此符号下面写出该加的词。 , 删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。 修改:在错的词下面划一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。 Dear Jim, I am so exciting that you will come to China. I will free from December 18 and will have a plenty of time to be together with you. I‘ll meet you at the airport and then you will take No.8 Bus for my home. You worry about the weather here in your email. In fact, the weather here is quite different from it in your city. It isn‘t very cold, but you needn‘t bring many clothes with you. During your stay here, I‘ll take you to some places of interests and you can taste some local snacks. I am sure we will have greatly fun together. I‘m looking forward to meeting you soon. Yours John 评卷人 得分 六、书面表达 70.目前,我国大力提倡构建节约型社会。下图是你在校园所见到的一些现象,假如你是学生 会主席,请起草一份英文倡议书,描述这些现象,并向全校师生发出倡议,杜绝浪费,节约能 源。

注意:1.可根据需要补充与文章有关的信息。 2.词数 120 左右。 3.开头已给出,不计入总词数。 Dear teachers and students, Our government is trying hard to build an energy-saving society. __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ Students‘ Union

参考答案 1.C2.C3.C4.A5.D6.A7.A8.C9.C10.B 11.C12.B13.D14.D15.C16.C17.A18.C19.D20.B 21.D22.B23.C24.D25.A26.D27.C28.A29.A30.B 31.C32.B33.D34.B35.A 36.C37.B38.A39.D 40.B41.D42.A43.C 44.C45.B46.D 47.C48.A49.C50.D 51.C52.A53.B54.A 55.D56.B57.D58.D 59.every 60.wait 61.So 62.stand 63.weeks‘ 64.sudden 65.purse 66.forced 67.away 68.proud 69. 【小题 1】exciting- excited 【小题 2】will free – will be free 【小题 3】have a plenty – have plenty 【小题 4】you – we 【小题 5】take bus for – take bus to 【小题 6】worry about -- worried about 【小题 7】different from it --- different from that 【小题 8】 but – and 或 so 【小题 9】places of interests --- places of interest 【小题 10】greatly – great 70. One possible version: Dear teachers and students, Our government is trying hard to build an energy-saving society. It is everybody‘s duty to help reach this goal. However, not everybody has realized the importance of it. For example, sometimes lights and computers are still on after class. Some students even forget to turn off the tap after using it and have water running all the time. Usually only one side of our paper is used, causing much waste. It‘s time we did something to avoid this kind of waste. Firstly, make sure that all the lights and other electric facilities are turned off when we leave the rooms. Remember to turn off the tap immediately after using it. What‘s more, paper should be printed or written on both sides. In a word, if everybody has the awareness of reducing waste and saving energy, we can contribute

to our society. Students‘ Union


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