# 新疆兵团二中10-11学年高一上学期阶段性测试英语试题

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38. ---How about the goods? ---The goods are of poor ______. A．qualities B. quantity C. quality D. quantities 39. They______ the bridge to stop their enemies from crossing it. A. blew up B. blew down C. blew out D. blow over 40. He has been ______ for a year, and now he’s looking for a job. A. lost work B. out of work C. in work D. out of mind 第一节 完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分） Are you carrying too much on your back in schooldays? Lots of kids at the same age as you are. Not only are students in China 41 from this problem, but kids in the United States are 42 fed up with (饱受……之苦)heavy school bags. Experts are starting to 43 that more and more young students are having too heavy for them. back and neck problems as a result of school bags 44 “It’s hard for me to get up 45 with my bag because it’s so heavy,” said Rich Hammond, 46 11-year-old student in the U.S. Rick is among the students who have common backpacks（背包） 47 two straps（带子） to carry them, 48 a number of other students choose rolling backpacks. But even with rolling backpacks, 49 up stairs and buses with them is 50 a problem for kids. Many of them have hurt their knees, backs or necks because of heavy school bags. But how much is too 51 ? Experts say students should carry 52 more than 10 to 15 percent of their own body weight. Scott Bautch, a Wisconsin doctor, said kids 53 4th grade should 54 with 10 percent. But it’s also important that older kids don’t go 55 15 percent, because their bones are still growing. Bautch explained that there are other injuries caused by backpacks. “Kids are 56 their balance and falling down with these backpacks,” he said. Parents and teachers are starting to tell the kids to only take 57 the library books they will be reading that night. Some teachers are using worksheets (作业纸) or 58 workbooks for students to take home. One of the best answers is, as some 59 themselves suggested, to have no homework 60 ! 41. A. meeting B. facing C. experiencing D. suffering 42. A. already B. always C. yet D. also 43. A. explain B. say C. worry D. announce 44. A. being B. be C. are D. is 45. A. schools B. stairs C. houses D. homes 46. A. the B. that C. a D. an 47. A. under B. for C. of D. with 48. A. or B. then C. but D. and 49. A. getting B. climbing C. going D. turning 50. A. only B. still C. even D. just

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51. A. more B. big C. much D. many 52. A. no B. not C. any D. much 53. A. up B. in C. at D. under 54. A. put B. bear C. take D. bring 55. A. without B. under C. beyond D. with 56. A. keeping B. missing C. losing D. making 57. A. home B. class C. school D. city 58. A. valuable B. thin C. important D. interesting 59. A. reports B. teachers C. parents D. kids 60. A. at all B. after all C. in all D. for all 第三部分 阅读理解(共 10 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 20 分) A John Smith, an officer worker, lives in Washington. He inherited （继承） a million dollars when he was 23, but he wasn’t happy at all. When his college friends were looking for their jobs, he didn’t have to. Jack decided to live a simple life like everyone else. He gave ＄10,000 of his money to a charity（慈善机构）to help poor children live a better life. Today he is 36. He still wears cheap shoes and clothes and drives a small car only, but he is very happy. Up to now John has helped some children from poor countries all over the world, by sending them each ＄200 a month. The money was used for the children’s study, food, medicine and clothing. John receives a report each year on the children’s progress. They can write to each other, but usually the children do not speak English. When John first heard about these children, he wanted to help them. “It was nothing special,” he said. “Until I went to these countries and met the children I was helping, I didn’t know anything about their life.” Once John went to meet a little girl in Africa. He said that the meeting was very exciting. “When I met her, I felt very, very happy.” he said. “And I saw that the money was used for a good cause. It brought me happiness, and I want to do everything I can to go on helping those children.” ( ) 61. John didn’t need to look for a job________. A. before he wet to college B. after he went to Africa C. because he got a lot of money D. before he received a report ( ) 62.John has sent them each ＄200 a month to help some poor children_____. A. near Washington B. in European countries C. only in Africa D. throughout the world. ( ) 63. John learned about the children’s progress by ______. A. visiting them each year B. getting a report every year

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C. staying with them D. talking to them in English ( （ ) 64. The underlined words “a good cause” means “______” in Chinese. A. 施舍 B.善行 C.优惠 D. 赏赐 ）65. What’s the main idea of the story? A. Help others, and you will feel happy. B. It’s necessary to write letters to poor children. C. Live a simple life, and you can give others help. D. It’s the most important to help the children in Africa. B Sixty-year-old grandmother, Fiona McFee, is going to stop working next year and she decided to realize a childhood dream and sail around the coast of Scotland in a small boat. Although the inside of the boat is very cosy but it has no running water or electricity. Fiona says she can live without these things but she plans to take her small CD player, her hot water bottle and a bag of books to make sure life isn’t too uncomfortable. We asked her if she was afraid of being at sea for so long. She said, “well , I’m going to take a good compass(指南针). Anyway I’ m not afraid of death because I love the sea ---I just hope it loves me.”Fiona certainly has plenty of energy; in her spare time, she enjoys playing the piano, rock-climbing, canoeing and dancing. Although she is sixty, she doesn’t want to have a quiet and peaceful life. “I’m looking forward to having fun in the rest of my life and that’s exactly why I’d like to be a sailor for a while.” ( ) 66. The underlined word “cosy” in the first paragraph means ______. A. bright B. dirty C. comfortable D. dark ( ) 67. When Fiona McFee said “I just hope it loves me.” What she meant was______. A. Of course, it loves me, since I love it B. If I love it, it should love me C. I hope it will bring me a safe sailing as a return for my love of it D. ( I hope it will save my life when I am in time of danger

) 68. The reason why she would like to have the sail is that____. A. She thinks it will be very exciting B. She likes sports and enjoys canoeing C. She has decided to realize a childhood dream D. She wants to be still active when she gets old

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) 69. What kind of person would you stay the old woman is? A. Someone who does not show what she is feeling.

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B. Someone who is very proud and sure of her success. C. Someone who doesn’t use her head much. D. Someone who is open, honest and brave. ( ) 70. The best title for this passage is _____. A. Life Begins at Sixty B. A Round Coast Sail C. An Old Woman Sailor D. An Unusual Hobby

A When one person gains weight, their close friends often follow. Researchers have just offered evidence in a study that says obesity appears to spread through social ties. But the findings might also offer hope. If friends help make obesity acceptable, then they might also be influential in losing the fat. The researchers note that support groups are already an effective tool in dealing with other socially influenced problems, like alcoholism. The finding appeared in the New England Journal of Medicine. The researchers used information collected from 12,000 people. It was collected between 2003 and 2008 as part of the Framingham Heart Study. The information was highly detailed. There was even contact information for close friends of the people in the study. The researchers examined more than 40,000 social ties. They found a person’s chances of becoming severely overweight increased by 50% if a friend had become obese. A sister or brother of a person who became obese had a 40% increased chance of becoming obese. The risk for a wife or husband was a little less than that. Nicholas Christakis of Harvard Medical School was a lead researcher in the study. He says there is a direct causal relationship (因果关系) between a person getting fat and being followed in weight gain by a friend. The study found that the sex of the friends was also an influence. In same―sex friendship, a person had a 71% increased risk of becoming obese. Men had a 44% increased risk of becoming obese after weight gain in a brother. In sisters, it was 67%. The researchers also considered the effect of where people lived in relation to each other. James Fowler of the University of California was the other lead expert. He says a friend who lives a few hundred kilometers away has as much influence as one in the same neighborhood. He says the study demonstrates the need to consider that a major part of people’s health is tied to their social connections.

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Both researchers say their research shows that obesity is not just a private medical issue, but a public health problem. ( ) 1. What does the underlined sentence in Paragraph two mean? A. Obesity is a negative influence on close friends. B. Friends might also play a part in losing weight. C. One might have positive influence on one’s friend. D. Friendship may have little to do with one’s health. ( ) 2. Which of the following statements would Nicholas Christakis agree to? A. If one gains weight, one’s friends are likely to get fat. B. Social problems like alcoholism are easy to deal with. C. Friends usually don’t follow each other to lose weight. D. One might influence others on their social behavior. ( ) 3. The increased risk of gaining weight by an obese sister is_______. A .50% B. 40% C. 67% D. 71% ( ) 4. James Fowler seems to believe that__________. A. a friend who lives nearby affects us most. B. one’s health has nothing to do with friends. C. social connections have effects on one’s life. D. a friend living faraway has the same influence as one’s a neighbor. ( ) 5. The author’s view is______. A. a major part of people’s health is based on their genes. B. friends living closer have greater influence on one’s health. C. social relationship is closely connected with people’s health. D. people’s physical condition is subject to social connections. B Long ago most Americans lived on farms. As cities grew, many younger people left the farms for city life. Today most Americans live in towns and cities. They have only heard about cave life. They must like what they have heard, though, because many are now leaving cities and moving back to the open land. Why do people want to live in the country? They want to grow, store, and cook their own food. They like to work with farm animals. They want clean air, plenty of space, and less rushing around. They want to get to know their families better by working in the fields with them. Farm life has changed since the early 1900s. Tractors, electricity, and power machines make work easier. Everyone gets up early. Even before the family eats breakfast, some chores are done. The animals are fed, and milking machines are put to work. Animals stalls are cleaned, and eggs are gathered. After breakfast everyone works in the fields. They plant and harvest the crops. Any crops not sent to market are canned or frozen for home use. There are two main types of farms. The first is a small family—run farm, where several different crops and animals are raised. It is like the one you have just read about. The second kind is a much larger farm and often raises only one special crop or animal.

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The very large farms need many workers and sometimes many machines. Crops raised may be grains, vegetables, fruits, or cotton. Animals raised may be cattle, chickens, sheep, or hogs. Would you like to live on a farm? ( ) 6. The tune of the passage is ___________. A. rather subjective. B. rather objective. C. objective rather than subjective D. not decided. ( ) 7. Which of the following statements is not true? A. In the past, most Americans lived on farms. B. Later many young people move to live in cities C. Today most Americans do not live on farms D. Today Americans still stick to their city life ( ) 8. People want to lead a country life because they_______. A. can make food with their own hands. B. like to work with farm animals. C. want fresh air and enough space. D. all of the above. ( ) 9. Farm life has change since________. A. the early nineteen hundred. B. the late eighteen hundred. C. the early eighteen hundred. D. the early seventeen hundred. ( ) 10. According to the passage, _________. A. many larger farms often raise many kinds of animals as well. B. family farms often raise different kinds of animals. C. large farms need many workers raise farm animals at the same time. D. none of these. C The English language, like football and other sports, began in England and has spread to every comer of the globe. Today more than a billion people speak English. It is becoming the world’s language: the language of the Internet, of business, of international flight—the pathway （路径） global communication and global access of to knowledge. And it has become the tool for hundreds of millions of people of all countries to connect with each other, in many ways. Indeed, English is much more than a language: it is a bridge across borders and cultures, a source of unity in a rapidly changing world. English does not make us all the same—nor should it, for we honor who we clearly are. But it makes it possible for us to speak to each other, to better understand each other. And so it is a powerful force not just for economics, business and trade, but for mutual（相互）respect and progress. English is our heritage, but it is also becoming the common future of human commerce and communication. This is a great chance for Britain—and a measure of the greatness that lies not in empire’s territory but through a language that has the power to bring this world of over 200 countries and billions of people closer together, with the versatility to adapt. We will take up with vigor the bold task of making our

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language the world’s common language of choice. The language helps the world to talk, laugh and communicate together. But there are millions of people in every continent who are still denied this chance to learn English—prevented form enjoying many of the benefits of the internet, commerce and culture. But no one—however poor, however distant—should be denied the opportunity that the English language provides. ( ) 11. In the opinion of the writer, English plays a role of ____. A. making all people around the world the same B. making people move across borders freely. C. uniting the world people into a country D. promoting mutual understanding and respect ( ) 12. Which word can express the writer’s opinion on how English has become a language of the world? A. Natural B. Accidental. C. Gradual D. Inevitable. ( ) 13. How should the British treat the power of English? A. They should make full use of it. B. They should be proud of it. C. They should take it for granted. D. They should share it with other people. ( ) 14. The writer seems to think that English provides the British with a chance____. A. to restore the empire of Britain in its history. B. to occupy as much territory as possible in every continent. C. to make the world people choose to learn English. D. to bring 200 countries under the control of Britain. ( ) 15. If the writer continues to write this passage, what will he discuss? A. How to do business with the distant people. B. How to make the poor people get rid of poverty . C. How to help the distant people have access to the Internet. D. How to provide the poor people with the chance to learn English.

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2. 只允许修改 10 处，多者（从 11 处起）不计分。

Now more and more people keep dogs like pets. You’ll often see people walked with their dogs unless you are in a town or a city. Once upon a time, people used dogs for the hunting of other animal, and some even used them drive sheep. However, the reason that one keeps a dog has changed. Though people still keep dogs to frighten thieves, but the most important reason is that people feel alone in the city. A dog is a

child’s best friend when he had no friends to play with. A dog is a child for old people when his real children have grown up and left.

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A 卷 听力 B CABA AB CAB ABAC B AC CAB 单选：D B B A D CBDDC C BAC B B C CAB 完形填空：D D C A B D D C A B CADBC CABDA 阅读理解：C D B B A CCD DA B 卷：第一部分 1-15 B A C D C C D DAB D BAC D 第二部分 改错 76 …keep dogs like pets… like→as 77 …often see people walked… walked→walking 或 walk 78. …their dogs unless you… unless →if 79.…hunting of other animal… animal→animals 80.…used them drive sheep… drive 前加 to 81.…reason that one keeps… that→why 82.…thieves, but the most… 去掉 but 83.…people feel alone in alone →lonely 84.…when he had no friends had→has 85.…when his children have… his →their One possible version …… so far, things have been done to protect the students in and out of our school. Our teachers often remind us of the importance of security. We have organized several theme school meetings to strengthen the students’ awareness of safety. We have been taught ways to protect ourselves from danger. For example, if we find something unusual, we should report it to our school guard immediately. At the same time, stricter security measures have been taken by our school, including a requirement that all visitors should register before entering our school. Besides, a proper number of security guards have been employed to guard the school…….

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### 2016-2017学年新疆生产建设兵团二中高一(上)期末数学试卷

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