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北京市朝阳区 2011-2012 学年度高二年级第二学期期末统一考试 英语试卷
(考试时间:100 分钟 满分:100 分) 一、听力理解:(共 15 小题,15 分) 第一节:听下面 6 段对话或独白,从各题 A、B、C 三个选项中,选出能回答问题的最 佳选项。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第 1 段材料,回答第 1 题。 1. where was the man born? A. In France 听第 2 段材料,回答第 2 题。 B. In America C. In Poland.

2. Where does the conversation take place? A. In a hotel B. In a hospital 听第 3 段材料,回答第 3 题。 3. What’s the relationship between the two speakers? A. Teache r and student B. Manager and secretary 听第 4 段材料,回答第 4 至 5 题。 4. When was the camp held? A. On Friday B. On Saturday 5. What’re the two speakers going to do ? A. Deliver a thank-you card. B. Go to the hospital 听第 5 段材料,回答第 6 至 7 题。 6. What’s the woman doing? A. Giving advice B. Calling about a job 7. What was the woman doing while working abroad? A. Studying management. B. Doing secretarial work. 听第 6 段材料,回答第 8 至 10 题。 8. What was one of the reasons for the failure? A. The decoration. B. The competition. 9. Why were meals in the speaker’s restaurant expensive? A. They were organic. B. They were rare. 10. How does the speaker feel? A. Confused. B. Anxious.

C. In a police station

C. Customer and saleswoman

C. On Sunday C. Have a barbecue

C. Asking the way C. Earning a degree in education.

C. The place. C. They were nutritious. C. Regretful.

第二节:听下面一段对话,完成第 1 题至 5 题,每小题仅填写一个词。听对话前,你将 有 10 秒钟的时间阅读试题,听完后你将有 30 秒钟的作答时间。这段对话你将听两遍。 Name: Mr. David Telephone: (2) Description: a (3) Remarks: the (4) th (5) 6 Lost Property Report Form (1) suitcase for Central from Bullinton at 8:45 am on

二、单项填空(共 15 小题,15 分) 从每题 A、B、C、D 四个选项中选出可以填入空白处的最佳答案 11. —Can I call you back at two o’clock this afternoon? —I’m sorry, but by then I to Beijing. How about five?
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A. fly B. will fly C. will be flying 12. —Why didn’t you ask him to help you ? — ,but he was working on his computer.

D. an flying

A. I had wanted B. I had wanted to C. I wanted D. I wanted to 13. He has been advised to have a set of exercises to his leg muscles. A. preserve B. strengthen C. manage D. connect 14. It is important for manufacturers to identify some problems at the design stage. A. potential B. financial C. personal D. emotional 15. A survey of retired people has that most are independent and enjoying life. A. advised B. demanded C. observed D. indicated 16. Your performance in the exam did not reach the required standard— ,you failed. A. as a result B. in other words C. in a way D. in particular 17. Peter the papers he was marking and reached for his cigarettes and matches. A. set out B. set off C. set in D. set aside 18. She woke up to find the house on fire and yelled out help, but no one came. A. to B. for C. with D. of 19. Doctors should take special care when treating children because their breathing rate is different from of adults. A. that B. those C. some D. one 20. Jeremy’s fans in China are going crazy about this 23-year-old Harvard graduate, it’s a breakthrough in American basketball history. A. saying B. said C. having said D. to say 21. Not having finished his homework, to watch TV. A. mother forbade him B. so he was forbidden C. he forbade D. he was forbidden 22. —Peter looked tired and a little absent-minded at the meeting. —He up too late. A. may stay B. could stay C. must have stayed D. should have stayed 23. —I hear that Mr. Smith has become an architect. —Oh, really? He has become he wanted to be . A. who B. which C. what D. that 24. By 16:30, was almost closing time, nearly all the paintings had been sold. A. what B. that C. which D. when 25. They were happy with their marks after the test, they expected them to be a bit higher. A. if B. unless C. because D. though 三、完形填空(共 20 小题,20 分) 阅读下面短文,理解大意,然后从每题 A、B、C、D 中选择一个最佳答案。

I fell in love with Yosemite National Park the first time I saw it ,when I was 13. My parents took us there for camping. On the way out, I asked them to wait while I ran up to E1 Capitan , a 26 rock of 3,300 feet straight up. I touched that giant rock and knew 27 I want ed to climb it . That has been my life’s passion(钟爱) ever since — 28 the rocks and mountains of Yosemite. I’ve long made Yosemite my 29 。 About 15years ago I started seeing a lot of 30 , like toilet paper, beer cans, and empty boxes, around the area. It’s 31 me why visitors started respecting the place 32 and treated such a beautif ul home-like place this way. I 33 picking up trash(垃圾) myself , but the job was too big, I would 34 an hour or two on the job, only to find the area trashed all over again weeks later. Finally I got so tried of it that I decided something 35 to change. As a rock-climbing guide, I knew 36 about organizing any big event. But in 2004,together with some climbers, I set a date for a 37 . On that day, more than 300 people 38 . Over three days we collected about 6,000 pounds of trash, It was amazing how much we were able to 39 . I couldn’t believe the 40 we made –the park looked clean! Each year volunteers come for the cleanup from everywhere. In 2007 alone, 2,945people picked up 42,330 pounds of trash and 41 132 miles of roadway. I often hear people 42 about their surroundings, If you are one of them, I would say the only way to change things is by 43 rather than complaining. We need to teach by 44 . You can’t blame others 45 you start with yourself. 26. A. distant B. huge C. narrow D. loose 27. A. immediately B. finally C. gradually D. recently 28. A. imagining B. painting C. describing D. climbing 29. A. garden B. home C. lab D. palace 30. A. material B. resources C. waste D. goods 31. A. beyond B. against C. over D. within 32. A. more B. most C. less D. least 33. A. recommended B. tried C. kept D. considered 34. A. kill B. save C. wait D. spend 35. A. expected B. tended C. had D. used 36. A. something B. anything C. everything D. nothing 37. A. cleanup B. party C. picnic D. concert 38. A. dropped out B. showed up C. looked around D. called back 39. A. demand B. receive C. achieve D. overcome 40. A. plan B. visit C. contact D. difference 41. A. crossed B. measured C. covered D. designed 42. A. talk B. complain C. argue D. quarrel 43. A. doing B. thinking C. questioning D. watching 44. A. method B. explanation C. example D. research 45. A. although B. if C. when D. unless 四、阅读理解(共 18 小题,35 分) 第一节:阅读下面短文,从每题 A、B、C、D 四个选项中选出一个最佳答案。 A

Three Boys and a Dad Brad closed the door slowly as Sue left home to visit her mother. Expecting a whole day to relax. He was thinking whether to read the newspaper or watch his favourite TV talk show on his first day off in months . “This will be like a walk in the park,” he’d told his wife. “I’ll look after the kids, and you can go visit your mom.” Things started well ,but just after eight o’clock, his three little” good kids”—Mike, Randy, and Alex—came down the stairs in their night clothes and shouted “breakfast, daddy.” When food had not appeared within thirty seconds, Randy began using his spoon on Alex’s head as if it were a drum. Alex started to shout loudly in time to the beat of the drum. Mike chanted “Where’s my toast, where’s my toast” in the background. Brad realized his newspaper would have to wait for a few seconds. Life became worse after breakfast. Mike wore Randy’s underwear on his head. Randy locked himself in the bathroom, while Alex shouted again because he was going to wet his trousers. Nobody could find clean socks, although they were before their very eyes. Someone named “Not Me” had spilled a whole glass of orange juice into the basket of clean clothes. Brad knew the talk show had already started. By ten o’clock, things were out of control. Alex was wondering why the fish in the jar refused his bread and butter. Mike was trying to show off his talent by decorating the kitchen wall with his colour pencils. Randy, thankfully, appeared to be reading quietly in the family room, but closer examination showed that he was eating apple jam straight from the bottle with his hands. Brad realized that the talk show was over and reading would be impossible. At exactly 11:17, Brad called the daycare centre. “I suddenly have to go into work and my wife’s away. Can I bring the boys over in a few minutes?” The answer was obviously “yes” because Brad was smiling. 46. When his wife left home ,Brad expected to . A. go out for a walk in the park B. watch TV talk show with his children C. enjoy his first day off work D. read the newspaper to his children 47. Which of the following did Randy do? A. Drawing on the wall. B. Eating apple jam. C. Feeding the fish. D. Reading in a room. 48. Why did Brad ask the daycare centre for help? A. Because he had to take his wife back. B. Because he wanted to clean up his house. C. Because he suddenly had to go to his office. D. Because he found it hard to manage his boys home. 49. This text is developed . A. by space B. by comparison C. by time D. by process
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B You’ve just come home, after living abroad for a few years. Since you’ve been away, has this country changed for the better—or for the worse? If you’ve just arrived back in the UK after a fortnight’s holiday, small changes have probably surprised you—anything from a local greengrocer suddenly being replaced by a mobile-phone shop to someone in your street moving house.

So how have things changed to people coming back to Britain after seven, ten or even 15 years living abroad? What changes in society can they see that the rest of us have hardly noticed —or now take for granted(认为理所当然)? To find out, we asked some people who recently returned. Debi: When we left, Cheltenham, my home town, was a town of white, middle-class families —all very conservative. The town is now home to many eastern Europeans and lots of Australians, who come here mainly to work in hotels and tourism. There are even several shops only for foreigners. Having been an immigrant myself, I admire people who go o verseas to find a job. Maybe if I lived in an inner city where unemployment was high, I’d think differently, but I believe foreign settlers have improved this country because they’re more open-minded and often work harder than the natives. Christine: As we flew home over Britain, both of us felt how green everything looked. But the differences between the place we’d left behind and the one we returned to were brought sharply into focus as soon as we landed. To see policemen with guns in the airport for the first time was frightening— in Cyprus, they’re very relaxed —and I got pu lled over by customs officers just for taking a woolen sweater with some metal-made buttons out of my case in the arrivals hall. Everyone seemed to be on guard. Even the airport car-hire firm wanted a credit card rather than cash because they said their vehicles had been used by bank robbers. But anyway, this is still a green, beautiful country. I just wish more people would appreciate what they’ve got. 50. After a short overseas holiday, people tend to . A. notice small changes B. expect small changes C. welcome small changes D. need small changes 51. How does Debi look at the foreign settlers? A. Cautiously. B. Positively. C. Sceptically (怀疑地). D. Negatively. 52. When arriving at the airport in Britain, Christine was shocked by . A. the relaxed policemen B. the messy arrivals hall C. the tight security D. the bank robbers 53. Which might be the best title for the passage? A. Life in Britain B. Back in Britain C. Britain in Future D. Britain in Memory C Harvard researchers have created a tough , low-cost, biodegradable(可生物降解的) material inspired by insects’ hard outer shells. The material’s inventors say it has a number of possible uses and someday could provide a more environmentally friendly alternative(替代物) to plastic. The material, made from shrimp(虾) shells and proteins produced from silk, is called “shrilk.” It is thin, clear, flexible and strong. A major benefit of the material is its biodegradability. Plastic’s toughness and flexibility represented a revolution in materials science during the 1950s and 60s. Decades later, however, plastic’s very durability(耐用性) is raising questions about how appropriate it is for one-time products such as plastic bags, or short-lived consumer goods, used in the home for a few years and then cast into a landfill where they will degrade for centuries. What is the point of making

something that lasts 1,000 years? Shrilk not only will degrade in a landfill, but its basic components are used as fertilizer(肥料), and so will enrich the soil. Shrilk has great potential, the inventors said. Materials from which it is made are plentiful in nature, found in everything ranging from shrimp shells, insect bodies to living plants. That makes shrilk low cost and its mass production possible should it be used for products demanding a lot of material. Work on shrilk is continuing in the lab. The inventors said the material becomes flexible when wet, so they’re exploring ways to use it in wet environments. They’re also developing simpler production processes, which could be used for non-medical products, like for computer cases and other products inside the home. They’re even exploring combining it with other materials, like carbon fibers, to give it new qualities. 54. What is mainly talked about in paragraph 2? A. A major benefit of shrilk is its biodegradability. B. The advantages of plastics brought a revolution. C. It will take centuries for plastic products to degrade. D. It is unnecessary to make durable products for short use. 55. According to the inventors, shrilk has great potential partly because __________. A. it can help plastic degrade B. it can be found in living things C. its mass production has been realized D. its raw materials are abundant in nature 56. What axe the inventors doing in the lab? A. Replacing carbon fibers with shrilk. B. Testing shrilk’s use in wet conditions. C. Making shrilk out of used household goods. D. Improving shrilk’s flexibility for medical purposes.
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D Do you know how it is when you see someone yawn and you start yawning too? Or how hard it is to be among people laughing and not laugh yourself? Well, apparently it’s because we have mirror neurons(神经元)in our brains. Put simply, the existence of mirror neurons suggests that every time we see someone else do something, our brains imitate(模仿)it , whether or not we actually perform the same action. This explains a great deal bout how we learn to smile, talk , walk, dance or play sports. But the idea goes f urther: mirror neurons not only appear to explain physical actions, they also tell us that there is a biological basis for the way we understand other people. Mirror neurons can undoubtedly be found all over our brains, but especially in the areas which relate to our ability to use languages, and to understand how other people feel. Researchers have found that mirror neurons relate strongly to language. A group of researchers discovered that if they gave people sentences to listen to (for example: “The hand took hold of the ball”), the same mirror neurons were triggered as when the action was actually performed (in this example, actually taking hold of a ball). Any problems with mirror neurons may well result in problems with behavior. Much research suggests that people with social and behavioral problems have mirror neurons which are not fully functioning. However, it is not yet known exactly how these discoveries might help find

treatments for social disorders. Research into mirror neurons seems to provide us with even more information concerning how humans behave and interact. Indeed, it may turn out to be the equivalent(相等物)for neuroscience of what Einst ein’s theory of relativity was for physics. And the next time you feel the urge to cough in the cinema when someone else does—well, perhaps you’ll understand why. 57. Mirror neurons can explain . A. why we cry when we are hurt B. why we cough when we suffer from a cold C. why we smile when we see someone else smile D. why we yawn when we see someone else stay up late 58. The underlined word “triggered ” in the third paragraph probably means “ ”. A. set off B. cut off C. built up D. broken up 59. We can learn from the passage that mirror neurons . A. relate to human behavior and interaction B. control human physical actions and feelings C. result in bad behavior and social disorders D. determine our knowledge and language abilities 60. What is the passage mainly about? A. Ways to find mirror neurons. B. Problems of mirror neurons. C. Existence of mirror neurons. D. Functions of mirror neurons.
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第二节:阅读下面文章并根据题目要求回答问题。 High school dropouts(辍学者)earn an average of $ 9,000 less per year than graduates. Now a new study moves away a common belief why they quit. It’s much more than failing in exams at school. Society tends to think of high school dropouts as kids who just can’t do it . They are lazy, and perhaps not too bright. So researchers were surprised when they asked more than 450 kids who had quit school about why they left. “The vast majority actually had passing grades and they were confident that they could have graduated from high school.” John Bridgeland, the executive researcher said. About one million teens leave school each year. Only about half of African-American and Hispanic students will receive a diploma, and actually all dropouts come to regret their decision. So , if failing grades don’t explain why these kids quit, what does? “The most dependable finding was that they were bored,” said John Bridgeland. “They found classes uninteresting. They didn’t see any direct connection between what they were learning in the classroom and their own lives or ambition.” The study found that most teens who do drop out wait until they are 16 because most states allow students to quit at that age. In the US, only one state, New Mexico, has a law requiring teenagers to stay in high school until they graduate. Only four states require school attendance until age 18, no exceptions. Another researcher says raising the compulsory attendance age may be one way to keep more kids in school. As these dropouts look back, they realize they’ve made a mistake. So if anything can give these people an extra push to stick it out and see it through to the end , we should take the measure. 1. What is the main reason for many students’ quitting school?

2. Why don’t some students quit until they are sixteen? 3. What is the passage mainly about? 五、书面表达(共一题,15 分) 假设你是李华,下学期升入高三后,老师和家长都想让你住校学习,而你却不愿意,双 方各持己见。请用英语把这个情况写信告诉中学生英语报请求帮助。有关信息如下: 老师和家长的理由 1. 方便问问题 2. 节省路上的时间 3. 培养独立生活的能力 你的理由 1. 有更好的学习环境 2. 学习内容可以自由决定

注意: 1. 词数不少于 60,信的开头和结尾已为你写好; 2. 可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。 Dear Sir, I’ll be a student of Senior 3 next term. Yours, Li Hua

【试题答案】
一、听力理解(共 15 小题,15 分) 第一节(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,共 10 分) 1~10 CACBA BBCAC

第二节(共 5 小题;每小题 1 分,共 5 分) 每小题 1 分。如出现拼写错误不计分;大小写错误不计分(因为 1、5 小题必须大写); 如每小题超过一个词不计分。 1. Halpern 2. 91463578 3. black 4. train 5. May

二、单项填空(共 15 小题,15 分,每小题 1 分) 11~25 CBBAD BDBAA DCCCD

三、完形填空(共 20 小题,20 分,每小题 1 分) 26~30 BADBC 31~35 ACBDC 36~40 DABCD 41~45 CBACD

四、阅读理解(共 18 小题,35 分) 第一节(共 15 小题,每小题 2 分,共 30 分) 46~60 CBDCA BCBDD BCAAD

第二节(共 3 小题,1、2 小题各 2 分,3 小题 1 分,共 5 分) 1. Because they were bored / Because they found classes uninteresting/ Because they didn’t see any direct connection between what they were learning in the classroom and their own lives or ambition. 2. Because most states allow students to quit at that age. 3. High school dropouts. 五、书面表达(15 分) 一、评分原则: 1. 本题总分为 15 分,按 4 个档次给分。 2. 评分时,先根据文章的内容和语言质量初步确定其档次,然后以该档次的要求来衡 量,确定或调整档次,最后给分。 3. 评分时应考虑:内容要点完整性、上下文的连贯、词汇和句式的多样性及语言的准 确性。 4. 拼写、标点符号或书写影响内容表达时,应视其影响程度予以考虑。英、美拼写及 词汇用法均可接受。 5. 词数少于 60,从总分中减去 1 分。 二、One possible version: Dear Sir, I’ll be a student of Senior 3next term. My parents and teachers ask me to board in school ,but I’d like to come back home after school. So I am writing to tell you about discussion about it. They say if I board in school, it will be very convenient f or me to questions whenever and wherever, and it will save a lot of time spent on the way. Besides, I the our ask can

also develop the ability to look after myself. However, I ha ve my own thought . Staying at home in the evening will guarantee me a much quieter place for study. At the same time, I can learn what I think I’m not good at, I really don’t know what to do . Please give me your advice! Yours, Li Hua 听力原文: Text 1 W: You have an unusual accent. Where’re you from? M: Well , I was born in Poland, but I spent most of my life in France, and five years ago I moved to the US. Text 2 W: Good afternoon, sir. M: Good afternoon. My name is Bob Smith. I made a reservation here a week ago. W: Oh, yes, Mr. Bob Smith, a single room with a bath. M: That’s me . And I’ll stay here five nights. Text 3 W: Good morning ,can I help you? M: Hum, yes. I’m looking for a sweater. W: This way please, here are all our sweaters. M: Have you got this one in size 10? W: Let me see ,yes ! But only in blue. You can try it on. M: Thank you. Text 4 W: David! M: Hello, Jane. How are you? W: Fine, thank you. What about the camping on Saturday? M: Great. But I didn’t see you in the camp, Jane, Did you go? W: No, I didn’t .I was sick on Friday night and didn’t get better until Sunday. M: Oh, no! It’s a pity that you missed the barbecue there. The weather was perfect for a barbecue—warm and sunny, but not too hot. W: Lucky you! By the way, where are you going now? M: I have a thank-you card for Mrs. Brown—the nice camp organizer. I’m going to deliver it to her house. Do you want to come with me? W: Sure, I’d like to. Text 5 W: Good morning, I’m calling about the job that was in the paper last night. M: Well, could you tell me your name? W: Tina Smith. M: Could you tell me a little about yourself?

W: Yes. I’m 23. I’ve been working abroad in Canada. M: Oh, Canada. And what were you doing there? W: Secretarial work. Before that, I was at University of Manchester. I’ve got a degree in education. M: You said you’ve been working in Canada. Do you have any special reasons for wanting to come back? W: I thought it would be nice to be near family again. M: I see ,and how do you see yourself developing in this job? W: Well, I’m ambitious. I do hope that my career as a secretary will lead me eventually into management. Text 6 I always dreamed of opening my own restaurant. I always loved cooking. So when it came time for college, I knew that the cooking institute was surely the place for me , although a lot of my friends went to study computer and my father wanted me to study science. And when I graduated. I couldn’t wait to get started. Well, that was probably my first mistake. I didn’t to slowly. I picked a building for my restaurant in a quite neighbourhood. I took great effort in decoration. But the parking in the neighbourhood was really difficult. I didn’t have enough regular customers, because people didn’t really drive by and see it . At first, I thought it was great not to have any competition, but I realize now that another restaurant or two would have brought people into the area. My other mistake was that I wanted to serve only the best and use organic food. Well , the problem with that was I had to charge a lot of money for the meals. That didn’t help business either. If I had only known then want I know now! Text 7 W: Good morning . Lost and Found Office. M: Yes, I want to report a missing article. W: What sort of article, sir? M: A suitcase. It’s black , and it’s got a belt. W: A black suitcase. Right. M: You see, I was going from Bullinton to Central, and I’m sure I left it on the train when I got off. W: What time did you get on the train? M: Er, 8:45 in the morning. W: All right, let me note this down under “remarks”…train for Central…from Bullinton…at 8:45 am. Got it . Now, could you tell me your name, please? M: David Halpern. W: David…Halpern? Could you spell your last name, please M: Yes , it’s H-A-L-P-E-R-N…Halpern. W: Thank you. And your phone number? M: My phone number is 9146-3578. W: 9146-3578.Right, OK, Mr. Halpern. We’ll call you as soon as we hear anything. M: Thank you . Goodbye.


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