考试时间：100 分钟； 卷面总分：120 分 （注意：请将答案按题号 1--60 顺序填涂到答题卡上，否则不给分。 ） 一、单项选择。选出最佳选项。 （共 20 小题；每小题１分，共 20 分） 1．Mr. Huang will ________ in the movement. A. play a leading part B.
take parts C. play leading part D. take a part 2．Sometimes ____English is quite different from ____English in many ways. A. speaking, writing B. spoken, written C. speaking, written D. spoken, writing 3．________ from heart trouble for years，Professor White has to take some medicine with him wherever he goes. A．Suffered B．Suffering C．Having suffered D．Being suffered 4．All the information we have collected in relation to that case ________ very little. A．makes up for B．adds up to C．comes up with D．pulls up with 5．The film，________ the true story of this Red Army general，attracted people’s interest all over the country. A．is based on B．is on the base of C．which is the base for D．based upon 6．Don’t respond to any e?mails________ personal information，no matter how official they look. A．searching B．asking C．requesting D．questioning 7．—Are you still busy?—Yes, I______ my work, and it won’t take long. A. just finish B. am just finishing C. have just finished D. am just going to finish 8．—I didn’t know this was a one-way street，officer. —________ A．That’s all right. B．I don’t believe you. C．How dare you say that? D．Sorry，but that’s no excuse. 9．The money collected should be made good use________ the people in South Asia who suffered a lot in the earthquake and the tsunami (海啸)． A．of helping B．to help C．to helping D．of to help 10．Only when the motorbike looked almost new ________repairing and cleaning it. A．he stopped B．did he stop C．stopped he D．he did stop 11．What shall we use for power when all the oil in the world has________？ A．given out B．put out C．held up D．used up 12．Sam insisted that he________ the law and________. A．didn’t break；mustn’t be punished B．doesn’t break；shouldn’t punish C．hadn’t broken；be not punished D．hadn’t broken；not be punished 13．What I need is ________ book that contains ________ ABC of oil painting. A．a；/ B．the；/ C．the；an D．a；the 14．—I saw no more than one motor car in that shop. Will you go and buy________？ —No，I’d rather buy________ in other shops. A．one；one B．it；one C．one；it D．it；it 15．________our earth，or else it will be no longer fit for us to live on. A．Protect B．To protect C．Protecting D．Protected 16．A bee appeared on Kate’s dress，and her sudden________ of cry scared us. A．break B．burst C．attitude D．express 17．The place ________ interested me most was the Children’s Palace. A．which B．where C．what D．in which 18．The boys，________could not reach the shelf，went to look for something to stand on. A．the tall of whom B．the tallest of whom C．the tallest one D．the tallest of them 19．The time he has devoted in the past 10 years________ the disabled is now considered________
of great value. A．to help；being B．to helping；to be C．to help；to be D．helping；being 20．I do not feel equal to________ her the truth. A．tell B．told C．telling D．being told 二、完形填空。选出最佳选项。 （每小题 1 分，满分 20 分） I never thought I’ be a “runner”. I was the girl who 21 slowest in the PE class. A few years ago, I was walking with a group of 22 in the Race for the Cure, a 5KM race designed to 23 money for the fight against breast cancer, 24 one lady caught my 25. She was one of the weakest-looking women I’ve ever seen. She must have been close to seventy years old, 26 a T-shirt with the word “Survivor”. She was so small that it seemed as if she could even be 27 by a strong wind. But, she was running. And she was 28 me and my group of friends. She ran slowly, but 29 ---as if each step pushed her cancer 癌 further into her past. Right at that moment, I 30 that in the next Race for the Cure, I’d be running along with her. A week later, I found myself in the 31, running on the treadmill 跑步机. Three minutes after I started, my face was bright red. I felt like my lungs were going to 32. I had to slow down to a walk. I thought of the 33 at the race. I kept it up. I was able to go a little 34 each time. Three and a half minutes. Four minutes. Five. 21. A talked 22. A. friends 23. A. save 24. A. while 25. A. breath 26. A. wearing 27. A. turned down 28. A. passing B. walked B. teachers B. use B. when B. hand B. holding B. turned over B. watching C. ran C. students C. make C. until C. arm C. pulling C. taken over C. greeting D. swam D. patients D. raise D. before D. eye D. waving D. taken down D. calling
29. A. strangely B. determinedly C. excitedly D. anxiously 30. A. agreed B. learned C. decided D. explained 31. A. shop B. street C. park D. gym 32. A. burst B. fail C. open D. crack 33. A. prize B. survivor C. plan D. woman 34. A. earlier B. longer C. harder D. farther A year later, I was 35 at the Race for the Cure, but this time, I 36 with the runners. When the race started, the other runners passed me by. I ran forward. I wondered if I’d be 37 to do it. But then, I remembered the brave woman. I ran as fast as I could until I finally crossed that finish line. I had just 38 my first race! I looked down at my legs, 39. They had done something I’d never thought 40. I have never felt stronger than at that moment. And, I knew that I wanted to do it again. 35. A. even B. again C. ever D. still 36. A. fought B. traveled C. queued D. waited 37. A. likely B. eager C. ready D. able 38. A. finished B. won C. entered D. missed 39. A. confused B. satisfied C. amazed D. amused 40. A. good B. right C. possible D. necessary 三、阅读理解。选出最佳选项。 （共 20 小题；每小题２分，共 40 分） A
Henry Ford was the first person to build cars which were cheap，strong and fast．He was able to se11 millions of models because be could produce them in large numbers at a time；that is， he made a great many cars of exactly the same kind．Ford’s father hoped that his son would be come a farmer，but the young man did not like the idea and he went to Detroit（底特律）where he worked as a mechanic（机械师） ．By the age of 29，in 1892，he had built his first car．However， the car made in this way，the famous “Model T” did not appear until 1908--five years after Ford had started his great motor car factory．This car showed to be well-known that it remained unchanged for twenty years．Since Ford’s time，this way of producing cars in large numbers has be come common in industry and has reduced the price of many goods which would otherwise be very expensive． 41．Henry Ford was the man to built _____ cars． A．cheap and strong B．cheap and long C．fast and expensive D．strong and slow 42．Ford was able to sell millions of cars，because_____． A．he made many great cars B．his cars are many C．he made lots of cars of the same kind D．both A and B 43．The young man became a mechanic，_______． A．which was his father’s will B．which was against his own will C．which was against his father’s will D．which was the will of both 44．The “Model T” was very famous_____． A．before 1908 B．between 1982 and 1908 C．before 1892 45．Ford built his own car factory ________. A．in 1903 B．in 1908 C．in 1913 D．in 1897 D．after 1908
B The Great Fire of London started in the very early hours of 2 September 1666 ．In four days it destroyed more than three-quarters of the old city, where most of the houses were wooden and close together. Over one hundred people became homeless, but only a few lost their lives. The fire started on Sunday morning in the house of the King’s baker （面包师） in Pudding Lane ． The baker , with his wife and family , was able to get out through a window into the roof ．A strong wind blew the fire from the bakery（面包房）into a small hotel next door .Then it spread quickly into Thames Street．That was the beginning. By eight o’ clock three hundred houses were on fire ．On Monday nearly a kilometer of the city was burning along the River Thames．Tuesday was the worst day ．The fire destroyed many well-known buildings, old St Paul’s and the Guildhall among them. Samuel Pepys , the famous writer , writer about the fire , “People threw their things into the river．Many poor people stayed in their houses until the last moment ．Birds fell out of the air because of the heat.” The fire stopped only when the King finally ordered people to destroy hundreds of buildings in the path of the fire．With nothing left to burn, the fire became weak and finally died out. After the fire, Christopher Wren, the architect(建筑师), wanted a city with wider streets and fine new houses of stone．In fact, the streets are still narrow, but he did build more than fifty churches, among them the new St Paul’s The fire caused great pain and loss, but after it London was a better place: a city for the future and not just of the past. 46．The underlined word ‘family’ in the second paragraph means .
A．home B．children C．wife and husband D．wife and children 47．It seems that the writer of the text was most sorry for the fact that
A．some people lost their lives B．the birds in the sky were killed by the fire C．many famous buildings were destroyed D．the King’s bakery was burned down 48．Why did the writer cite(引用)Samuel Pepys? A．Because Pepys was among those putting out the fire. B．Because Pepys also wrote about the fire. C．To show that poor people suffered most. D．To give the reader a clearer picture of the fire. 49．How was the fire put out according to the text? A．The King and his soldiers came to help. B．All the wooden houses in the city were destroyed. C．People managed to get enough water from the river. D．Houses standing in the direction of the fire were pulled down. 50．Which of the following were reasons for the rapid spread of the big fire? (a) There was a strong wind. (b) The streets were very narrow． (c) Many houses were made of wood. (d) There was not enough water in the city. (e) People did not discover the fire earlier. A．(a) and (b) B．(a), (b) and (c) C．(a), (b), (c) and (d) D．(a), (b), (c), (d) and (e) C A young woman carrying a three-year-old child got on a bus. The conductor hurried to give her a warm welcome and then kindly asked the other passengers to make more room for the woman and her child. On seeing this, people began to talk. "You know this conductor used to be very rude. Now suddenly he has changed his bad behavior , "said a middle-aged man. "Yes, he should be praised and we must write a letter to the company," said a second passenger. "That's right," another lady said, "I wish a newspaper reporter were here so that more people could learn from this conductor. " Just then a gentleman who looked like a teacher turned to the conductor and said , "Excuse me, but can I know your name, please? Your excellent service must be praised..." Before he could open his mouth, the three-year-old child sitting on the young woman's lap interrupted, "I know his name. I call him Dad." 51. The passengers were ____to see the conductor's kindness to the woman and the child. A. excited B. pleased C. interested D. surprised 52. One passenger suggested writing a letter to the company to ______ . A. make a demand for more buses B. thank the conductor for his good service C. criticize the conductor for his rude behavior D. invite a newspaper reporter to write about the conductor 53. What was the gentleman? A. A teacher. B. A newspaper reporter. C. Not known from the story. D. The conductor's friend from his company. 54. The word "he" in the last paragraph refers to _______. A. the gentleman B. the conductor C. the middle-aged man D. the three-year-old child 55. It is clear from the story that the conductor _______. A. has changed his attitude towards his work
B. has now been kind and polite to all passengers C. has not changed his rude behavior to passengers D. has now been kind and polite to women with children D More women are graduating from colleges than men. The situation is causing some people to worry about the future. The trend could cause social problems，according to a report on July 8 by the Washington Post. Women received about 57 percent of the bachelor’s degrees awarded this year from colleges and universities in the United States. The figure of 57 percent has been the highest since World War Ⅱ ended in 1945.During the war，many men were in the military. The gap between men and women is greater among African Americans and Hispanics. Two African American women receive a degree for every African American man. Only 40 percent of Hispanics who get a degree are males. The USA Department of Education estimates 698,000 females received bachelor’s degree this year. The number of male graduates was 529,000.The trend toward more female graduates began in the mid?1980s.Nobody seems to know why. However，many theories exist. Researchers say the trend could lead to social problems. They also say this may indicate two things. It may reflect the increasing success of women. But it also may show the educational problems affecting men. High school graduation rates are slightly lower for men than for women. Males also make up the vast majority of students in special education classes. The Business Roundtable is studying the trend. The group is an organization of chief executives of some of the nation’s largest corporations. Susan Traiman is the director of the group’s education policy. Traiman said the nation couldn’t afford to let half its population fail to develop skills needed for the future. 56．Some people worry about the future because ________. A．there are many social problems in America B．more and more men don’t like the life in college C．more African American women receive a degree D．fewer and fewer men receive a degree than women in America 57．Which one of the following statements is right according to this passage? A．There must be something wrong with the education system. B．40% of the Hispanics get a degree in America. C．Nobody knows the reason why more women get a degree than men. D．More than half of the men received bachelor’s degrees this year. 58．The underlined word “estimates” in the fourth paragraph means ________. A．guesses B．explains C．introduces D．discovers 59．What Susan Traiman said means that ________. A．the nation should prevent the women from receiving further education B．the nation would be too poor to develop its education C．the nation didn’t have enough money for women’s further education D．the nation should encourage men to develop skills for the future 60．What is the main subject discussed in the text? A．Women are more successful in America than men. B．More women than men are graduating from college. C．Men are more successful in America than women. D．There are two kinds of social problems in America. 四、单词拼写。根据语境，写出单词的正确形式。 （10 分） （见答题卷） 五、单句改错 （10 分） 请在有错误的地方增加、删除或修改某个单词。 增加：在缺词处加一个漏词符号（∧） ，并在其下面写上该加的词。 删除：把多余的词用斜线（\）划掉。
修改：在错的词下划一横线，并在该词下面写上修改后的词。 注意： 1. 每句错误及其修改均仅限一词；不按以上要求修改，不给分。 六、书面表达(20 分)
2014 下期高一期中考试答题卷 （注意：请用黑色钢笔或水笔把答案写在答题卷相应位置上,做在试题卷上无效。 ） 四、单词拼写。根据语境，写出单词的正确形式。 （10 分） 1．They had to hide or they would be caught by the G___________ Nazis. 2．Under his g_____________ I managed to solve the problem. 3．People from England made v________ to conquer other parts of the world. 4．I don’t want to set down a s__________ of facts in a diary. 5．The boy soon r________ from the bad cold. 6．The soldiers were busy ________(营救) the people under the ruins. 7．E ______________was cut off in the disaster area. 8．The train left the __________(轨道) and hundreds of passengers were injured. 9．What is your ___________(态度) towards weather forecast? 10. She bought a mountain bike and then she p____________ me to buy one. 五、单句改错 （10 分）请按试卷第六页要求修改句子，否则不给分。 1. Tell your friend that you are concern about him/her. 2. While walk the dog, you were careless and it got loose and was hit by a car. 3. The thundering clouds held me entire in their power. 4. List the countries that use English as an office language. 5. The USA is a large country which many different dialects are spoken. 6. There is no such a thing as Standard English. 7. Our journey would begin at the altitude of more than 5, 0000 metres. 8. It was my sister first had the idea to cycle along the river. 9. A lot of people were trap under the ruins. 10. Two-thirds of them died or injured during the earthquake. 六、书面表达(20 分) 假如你是李小华，住在东阳。你的加拿大笔友 Bob 来信谈到了他所居住的城市，并希望了解你家乡东 阳的情况。请你用英语写一封回信。回信须包括下表中的内容: 自然情况 成就 存在问题 对东阳的看法 ①位于东阳江边、风景优美、适合居住 ②经济发展迅速 ③新建了不少工厂、住房、道路等 ④水、空气污染 ⑤交通拥挤 ⑥(内容由考生自己拟定)
注意: 1.回信中不能使用“东阳”以外的地名。 2.词数 100 左右。信的开头与结尾已为你写好，不计入总词数。 参考词汇: 经济 economy （n.） Dear Bob，
It’s very kind of you to write to me and let me know about your beautiful city. Now I’d like to tell you something about my hometown Dongyang. ——————————————————————————————————— ——————————————————————————————————— ——————————————————————————————————— ——————————————————————————————————— ——————————————————————————————————— ——————————————————————————————————— ——————————————————————————————————— ——————————————————————————————————— ——————————————————————————————————— ——————————————————————————————————— ——————————————————————————————————— ——————————————————————————————————— ——————————————————————————————————— ——————————————————————————————————— ——————————————————————————————————— Yours, Xiao Hua
一、1—10 ABCBD CBDDB 11-20 ADDBA BABBC 二、21—40 CADBD ABABC DADBB CDACC 三、41—60 ACCDA BCDDB DBCBC DCADB 四、1.German 2. guidance 3.voyages 4.series 5.recovered 6.rescuing 7. Electricity 8. track 9. attitude 10. persuaded 五、1. concerned 2. walking 3. entirely 4. official 5. in which 6. a 去掉 7. the---an 8. first 前加入 who 或 that 9.trapped 10. injured 前加入 were 六、Dear Bob, It’s very kind of you to write to me and let me know about your beautiful city. Now I’d like to tell you something about my hometown Dongyang. The city stands on the bank of the Dongyang River. It is a beautiful place for people to live in. Its economy has been developing rapidly in the past ten years. New factories, houses and roads have been built. More schools and hospitals are available for its people. However, there are still some problems, such as water and air pollution and heavy traffic in rush hours. In my opinion, Dongyang should develop its economy scientifically. I would also think that the growth of its population should be brought under control so that we’ll have a better hometown in future. Yours, Xiao Hua 一、1—10 ABCBD CBDDB 11-20 ADDBA BABBC 二、21—40 CADBD ABABC DADBB CDACC 三、41—60 ACCDA BCDDB DBCBC DCADB 四、1.German 2. guidance 3.voyages 4.series 5.recovered 6.rescuing 7. Electricity 8. track 9. attitude 10. persuaded 五、1. concerned 2. walking 3. entirely 4. official 5. in which 6. a 去掉 7. the---an 8. first 前加入 who 或 that9.trapped 10. injured 前加入 were 六、Dear Bob, It’s very kind of you to write to me and let me know about your beautiful city. Now I’d like to tell you something about my hometown Dongyang. The city stands on the bank of the Dongyang River. It is a beautiful place for people to live in. Its economy has been developing rapidly in the past ten years. New factories, houses and roads have been built. More schools and hospitals are available for its people. However, there are still some problems, such as water and air pollution and heavy traffic in rush hours. In my opinion, Dongyang should develop its economy scientifically. I would also think that the growth of its population should be brought under control so that we’ll have a better hometown in future. Yours, Xiao Hua
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