福建师大附中 2014－2015 学年第二学期模块四测试 高一英语
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2015 弘远级高一下英语期末试卷考试说明 本试卷考查范围为人教版高中英语必修模块 4 内容。试卷分为两个部分：一卷重点考查学生 英语的综合能力，题型为选择题，听力，单选，完型，阅读；二卷重
点考查学生基础知识和 语言表达，题型为单词填空，选词填空，完成句子，短文填词，书面表达。试卷的设计在高 考试题为基础的前提下，依据高一起始年段的英语学习特点，补充了较多的文字表达题，旨 在夯实基础。试卷难度依据我校学生的具体情况而定，难度适中。
第Ⅰ卷 (共 95 分)
（请将你的选项，按序号填涂在答题卡上。 ） 第一部分：听力（共 20 题；每小题 1 分，满分 20 分） 做题时，先将答案标在试卷上。录音内容结束后，你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的答案 转涂到答题卡上。 第一节（共 5 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 5 分） 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有一个小题，从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最佳 选项，并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后，你都有 10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅 读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 1. How will the woman get to Lake Street? A. By bus. B. By underground. C. By car. 2. What does the woman think of sharing a room with others? A. Great. B. Helpful. C. Troublesome. 3. What time will the movie start? A. At 7:30. B. At 8:00. C. At 9:30. 4. Where does the conversation take place? A. In a restaurant. B. At the man’s home. C. In a store. 5. What will the speakers do next? A. Go back to the park. B. Visit the museum. C. Walk to the post office. 第二节（共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 分） 听下面五段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题，从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选 项中选出最佳选项，并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前，你将有时间阅读各个小 题，每小题 5 秒钟；听完后，各小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第 6 段材料, 回答第 6、7 题。 6. What problem does the woman have? A. She will be late for work. B. She can’t attend the meeting. C. She hasn’t finished her report. 7. What does the man offer to do for the woman? A. Help her with her work. B. Get her a cup of coffee. C. Attend tomorrow’s meeting. 听第 7 段对话, 回答第 8、9 题。 8. What are the speakers talking about?
A. Video phones. B. Hairstyles 9. What do the speakers think of the idea? A. It’s fashionable. B. It’s worth trying.
C. The woman’s parents. C. It’s bad.
听第 8 段材料, 回答第 10 至 12 题。 10. Who is the man probably? A. A repairman. B. The owner of the house. C. The woman’s neighbour. 11. Why is the woman complaining? A. It’s too hot in the room. B. The air conditioner is broken. C. She can’t put the air conditioning on “high”. 12. What does the woman say about people in Apartment 102? A. They cause trouble for her sleeping. B. They’re having trouble sleeping. C. They are difficult to get on with. 听第 9 段材料, 回答第 13 至 16 题。 13. What is the woman doing? A. Writing her new term plan. B. Designing an exercise plan. C. Making a review plan. 14. Why does the woman do running? A. To enjoy the fun. B. To keep her brain clear. C. To prepare for her running test. 15. What does the woman care most? A. The score. B. The knowledge. C. Her health. 16. What does the woman advise the man to do before a test? A. Get enough sleep. B. Study a whole night. C. Get prepared one day before. 听第 10 段材料, 回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. How old is the speaker? A. 22. B. 25. C. 47. 18. What is the speaker’s first language? A. English. B. Spanish. C. French. 19. Why did the speaker spend time with people from her country? A. She wanted to learn from them. B. She had much in common with them. C. She shared the same culture with them. 20. How did the speaker feel about going back to her country? A. Disappointed. B. Angry. C. Excited. 第二部分：英语知识运用（共两节，满分 45 分） 第一节 单项填空（共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 分） 从每题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项，并在答题卡 上将该项涂黑。 21. ---Where is our English teacher? ---She is in the classroom, _______ the exercises _______ the students have done at home. A. explaining; / B. explaining; for C. having explained; to D. explained; from
22. _______, I had no difficulty in finding the famous actor’s house. A. Directing by Jack B. I was directed by Jack C. With Jack directing me D. Directing me 23. My grandma, who is _______ to live a peaceful life in the country, refuses to move to the modern city. A. depressed B. unwilling C. content D. bored 24. An Internet-based _______ aimed at passing same-sex marriage is getting a little help today from Bruce Springsteen, a famous American singer. A. statement B. function C. admission D. campaign 25. If the tickets to the match are not available, please give me a call _______. A. in general B. in brief C. in advance D. in particular 26. Listening to loud music at rock concerts _________ caused hearing loss in some teenagers. A. is B. are C. has D. was 27. “___________ race” means that two people form a group with their on-leg tied and they will walk for contest with three legs. A. three-legging B. three-legged C. three-legs D. three-leg 28. ---Is the new job a real challenge for him? ---Well, _______ difficulties he meets，I believe he will never lose heart. A. however B. whenever C. whatever D. whichever 29. When this new kind of virus broke out at first in Mexico, no one had the least idea that it would _______ so rapidly throughout the world. A. export B. spread C. expand D. deliver 30. ---When was Tom bitten by a snake? ---It was on a Sunday _______ he was taking a trip to the mountainous area. A. that B. when C. which D. where. 31. Having finished the work, _______. A. it was almost six o’clock B. supper was ready C. a postman came and delivered some letters. D. we had a rest and then had supper 32. With such an ecological variety, amazing natural beauty, and so much to do, it's _______ that the falls are a wonder. A. no doubt B. no way C. no wonder D. no problem 33. --- The conflict between North and South Korea calls for talks to solve the problem. ---Quite right. I would rather the UN_______ something immediately. A. would do B. does C. did D. will do 34. ---What impressed you most in President Xi Jinping’s New Year Speech? ---_______ he gave the Chinese people a thumbs-up. A. That B. When C. What D. Whether 35. ---We should help and learn from each other as a group. ---I can’t agree more. _______ you are strong, I am weak. A. Where B. Though C. As D. While 第二节 完形填空（共 20 题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分） 阅读下面短文，掌握其大意，从每题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项， 并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 As I entered womanhood, mom told me that no matter what happened and no matter what I did,
I could always come home. Because of what those words meant to me, I said the same thing to my 36 . My childhood was filled with 37 — a lot of kisses，lots of hugs, and lots of spoken “I love you”. Because of what those meant to me, I 38 my sons the same things. My mom came from a 39 family and had a difficult childhood，yet she never 40 about how unlucky she was. 41 my mom, I saw love’s ability to forgive. I saw my sweet mom love my Grandpa, 42 he had abandoned her and my Grandma and failed to 43 for their needs; I never saw mom treat Grandpa any way but lovingly, even though he was far from 44 . I learned how love behaves and forgives. I watched my mom 45 my 100yearold grandma who，in her blindness，deafness and feebleness(虚弱)，needed almost 46 care. When I was in her home, I heard what I’ve heard all my life, “I love you, mom.” They would 47 this to each other at least five times a 48 — when mom got Grandma up，made her comfortable in bed，or prepared her 49 . And I would hear love’s 50 when Grandma said, “And I love you too.” Love forgives and 51 , not focusing on what has happened. 52 , love’s focus is on what needs to be done and on doing it the 53 we can. My mom taught me to love；she told me to 54 it on to my children, and she 55 forgiveness herself. 36. A. friends B. children C. settlers D. neighbors 37. A. happiness B. entertainment C. confusion D. attraction 38. A. paid B. ordered C. gave D. bought 39. A. famous B. broken C. fortunate D. peaceful 40. A. regretted B. argued C. complained D. wondered 41. A. In B. Like C. With D. Before 42. A. if B. because C. so D. although 43. A. offer B. provide C. support D. react 44. A. modest B. ordinary C. kind D. smart 45. A. pick up B. bring out C. look after D. turn to 46. A. little B. total C. early D. major 47. A. whisper B. amuse C. greet D. encourage 48. A. day B. month C. year D. second 49. A. gesture B. dormitory C. mess D. meal 50. A. question B. response C. solution D. measure 51. A. walks on B. falls behind C. moves on D. runs away 52. A. However B. Instead C. Also D. Therefore 53. A. quickest B. least C. longest D. best 54. A. pass B. look C. put D. write 55. A. defended B. expected C. showed D. supported 第三部分：阅读理解（共 15 小题，每小题 2 分 ，满分 30 分） 阅读下列短文，从每题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该 项涂黑。 A My husband is reading The Secret Garden aloud to our kids. They are at the part where Mary has told Colin that she’s found the garden her mother loved. It’s an exciting moment. But the
passage I’m waiting for is a few chapters on, after Colin has tasted his first breaths of fresh air and Mary has grown strong running in the garden. It’s just a detail, but my kids will notice it: a delicious description of roasted potatoes and eggs. We have a tradition of trying foods from the books we read aloud. It started when we read Elizabeth Enright’s The Saturdays, and one of the boys asked, “What are petit fours?” An answer, my husband and I felt, wouldn’t be as good as a sample. So one Saturday we all sat down having tea and little cakes, covered with pink, green, and yellow. It was exciting for the kids to try a dessert they had learned about in a book. The petit fours they tried didn’t tell them what it was like to live in New York City 60 years ago, but tasting them made the book’s words alive. Later, when we read C.S. Lewis’s The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, we had Turkish delight. We read The Penderwicks, written by Jeanne Birdsall, and had gingerbread (姜饼). We read Paddington Bear and tried marmalade. Soon we will reach the part of The Secret Garden where Mary, Colin, and Dickon roast potatoes and eggs in a small oven (炉) in the earth. My kids will go out into the woods to find the perfect place for an oven of our own. Yes, we’ve eaten potatoes and eggs, but never in the open air. The world that a good book creates is whole and real, but it lies flat on the page until a reader gives life to it. 56. The text is written mainly to . A. show the importance of reading aloud B. provide a new means of family education C. discuss food culture in children’s books D. introduce some interesting books 57. The author believes tasting foods from the books may help children . A. understand the books better B. be friendlier to each other C. know more about history D. enjoy more healthy food 58. From the fourth paragraph, we can learn that the author’s family . A. will look for a secret garden in the woods B. will read The Secret Garden in the open air C. will cook potatoes and eggs in the woods D. will eat roasted potatoes and eggs at home 59. Which of the following could be the best title of the passage? A. The best way to make kids learn B. Eating means more than reading C. The taste of a good book D. Our roasted potatoes and eggs B About 18,000 refugees (难民) from Burma have come to the United States each year since 2007. Some have settled in Howard County, Maryland between Baltimore and Washington. A local school began teaching English to the children of the refugees. But while the children learned the language, their parents did not. That made communication with teachers arduous. At present, almost fifty children from Burma attend Bollman Bridge Elementary School. Laurel Conran is a teacher there. She said, “The main idea is the global idea.” She teaches English to speakers of other languages. One of her students is Tha Neih Ciang. Another student is Tha Neih’s mother, Tin Iang. Ms. Conran practices English with Tin Iang at the mother’s workplace. Many refugees from Burma work at Coastal Sunbelt Produce, a supplier of fruits and vegetables to restaurants and other businesses.
Laurel Conran started classes at the company to help refugees from Burma learn English. Laurel Conran said, “The program is a six-week session. It’s once a week, on every Wednesday, from twelve to one o’clock. So every Wednesday I go to Coastal Sunbelt.” As the workers eat lunch, they also practice their new language skills. Lisa Chertok has a child at Bollman Bridge. She is also a manager at Coastal Sunbelt. She helped Ms. Conran develop the lessons, which she says have really helped. Lisa Chertok said, “Well, when the Burmese employees got here, they were very, very shy. Now I find that they are more outspoken than before. They’re more communicative. As parents, they are also more involved in their children’s school.” Jonathan Davis is the headmaster of Bollman Bridge Elementary School. Mr. Davis hopes the lessons will help these parents feel better about communicating with the school. He said, “Even as simple as making a phone call to say that their son or daughter is sick, even if that’s the amount of English that they have got from the program, that truly will help us.” 60. What does the underlined word “arduous” in Paragraph 1 mean? A. Interesting. B. Necessary. C. Difficult. D. Surprising. 61. When the refugees from Burma first arrived in Howard County, . A. neither the children nor the parents could speak English B. the parents liked communicating with the teachers C. the parents could help their children speak English D. the children could speak very good English 62. What can we learn about Laurel Conran from the passage? A. She mainly teaches English to the local children in a school. B. She worked at Coastal Sunbelt Produce before being a teacher. C. She teaches not only English but also other languages. D. She often goes to the refugees’ company to teach them English. 63. Jonathan Davis hopes that the lessons will . A. totally change the difficult life of the refugees B. help the parents communicate better with the school C. help the parents get along better with their children D. encourage more refugees to send their children to the school C “Aw, isn't it cute?” That, right there, is the officially accepted response to any animal contact（接触） the world over. Animals are cute. They're there to be photographed, loved, and occasionally fed. But you know what? Not all animals are cute, or lovely, or even nice. Some of them are a real pain in the neck. When you travel, you come into contact with all sorts of animals you’ve never heard of before. Some of them are amazing creatures that you'll talk about for the rest of your life. Some of them are just annoying. So, at the risk of causing anger among animal lovers around the world, here are some of the world's most annoying animals. Vervet monkeys, South Africa You'll immediately notice two things about Vervet monkeys: they have a bright blue bottom; and they'll steal any food that's not locked in a bank safe. I recently spent some time in South Africa, and watched as monkey after monkey dived in from the trees and stole everyone's food. Get your own food, Vervets! My sandwich was expensive!!
Kea parrots, New Zealand I have never seen one of these birds before but from what I've been told they are more annoying than a spoilt kid. From biting the paint off your car doors to stealing people's passports, Keas are probably the most curious, and therefore annoying, animals in the world. And they're New Zealanders. That makes sense! Kangaroos, Australia Another well-known food-stealer, kangaroos are loved by tourists, eaten by Australians, and generally enjoy making trouble for others. Go on a camping trip anywhere in Australia, and watch how long your bags of food last. Turn your back for 15 minutes and the camp will look like thieves have turned the place upside down. Grizzly bears, USA They look pretty cute, grizzly bears. You almost want to go up and give them a hug. Unfortunately, it wouldn't end well. In fact, one of the world's most huggable creatures is also the one most likely to kill you just because it can. Oh, and it'll steal your picnic basket, too. 64. The author uses the underlined expression “pain in the neck” to suggest . A. these animals may bite you on the neck B. these animals can cause people a lot of trouble C. people should be fearful of these animals D. these animals may cause some serious illness 65. Which of the animals is the most dangerous according to the writer? A. Vervet monkeys. B. Grizzly Bears. C. Kangaroos. D. Kea Parrots. 66. Which of the following is not correct according to the passage? A. When people see the cute animals they might take photographs of them. B. Sometimes people will feed the cute animals. C. Australians eat kangaroos. D. Spoilt kids are not annoying at all. D It’s the place where smart people make smart machines work even smarter. It’s also in the heart of sunny California, a great place to start a family and raise kids. What could be better? But something is happening to their children. Up until the age of two they develop normally. But then everything seems to go backwards. The children become locked into their own small world, unable to communicate at all. They call it the “curse(诅咒) of Silicon Valley,” but the medical name for the condition is autism. It used to be thought that autism was a kind of mental illness. Now doctors are sure that it is a neurological disease passed down genetically. It seems that the people leading the communications revolution are having children who cannot communicate at all. But even the parents have trouble communicating. Asperger’s Syndrome(综合症) is a mild version of autism（自闭症）. People who have it are highly intelligent and often brilliant with numbers or system but have no social skill. This very combination of symptoms makes Asperger’s sufferers into perfect computer professionals. The Asperger’s sufferer has always been a well—known figure in popular culture. He or she was the abnormal but devoted scholar or the strange uncle or auntie who never married. But the high numbers of such people in Silicon Valley mean that they can meet others who understand them and share their interests. And while they might not be personally attractive, they can earn truly attractive
amounts of money. They can get married and have kids. Unfortunately, many of the children of two Asperger’s parents seem to be developing serious autism. There is little anyone can do. It takes hours of work just to make autistic child realize that anyone else exists. And there is no cure in sight. Some argue that no cure should be found. “It may be that autistics are essentially different from normal people, but that these differences make them invaluable for the evolution（进化） of the human race,” says Dr. Kirk Whilhelmsen of the University of California. “To get rid of the genes for autism could be extremely bad.” It seems that the children of Silicon Valley are paying the price of genius. 67. What can we learn about autism according to the passage? A. They do not care about the presence of others. B. People with autism can’t find people sharing their interests. C. It is believed to be a kind of mental illness that can be cured. D. They are a burden for the society. 68. Why do people call autism “curse of Silicon Valley”？ A. Because autistic people live in Silicon Valley. B. Because people with autism will be driven out of Silicon Valley. C. Because many people working in Silicon Valley have autism children. D. Because people with autism are not personally attractive and not liked by others. 69. What can we know about Asperger’s Syndrome according to the passage? A. Asperger’s sufferers never get married and have children. B. Asperger’s sufferers are perfect computer professionals. C. Asperger’s sufferers are ashamed of themselves and locked into their own world. D. Asperger’s sufferers can be beneficial to society if they are cured. 70. What does Dr Kirk Whilhelmsen think of autism? A. It is not completely a bad thing. B. It is harmful to society. C. It is a punishment to those working in Silicon Valley. D. People with autism should never marry.
第 II 卷 （共 55 分） (请将你的答案填写在答题卷上)
第四部分：基础知识 I. 根据上下文及给出首字母或汉语意思的词填写单词。 (共 9 题； 每小题 1 分， 满分 9 分) 注 意：给出首字母的词，需将首字母一起填写到答题卷上 1. Providing h________ people with somewhere to stay when the weather is cold doesn't solve the problem. 2. Sarah pretended to be cheerful, saying nothing about the ________ (争论). 3. Don’t be too ________ （挑剔） about what you eat, or you are likely to develop an unbalanced diet. 4. The museum had several paintings r________the artist’s early style. 5. The woman in court ________（辩护）herself with the statement that she killed the man the
moment her life was threatened. 6. E________ with special anti-smog technology, the trains from Hebei province to Beijing is supposed to be more comfortable. 7. Since our research so far has not produced any answers to this problem, we need to choose a different a________ to it. 8. It’s reported that 95 percent of the students who graduated from our school this year may be a________ into the key universities. 9. ________（旅游业）in North Korea is highly controlled by the government, which is one of the reasons why it is not frequently visited by the foreigners. II. 根据句意选出合适的词组，用其适当的形式完成句子 (共 8 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 8 分) build up, carry on, overcome, intend, come to life, convince, crowd in, observe 1. Many uncomfortable thoughts came _________________ on my mind when I saw the terrible sight. 2. If you’ve went through violence of any kind, not talking about it can make feelings ___________________ inside and cause problems. 3. The quiet girl ___________________ since she worked as a saleswoman. 4. After __________________ many difficulties in her research, she finally succeeded. 5. Festivals __________________ to celebrate important times of year. 6. Her behavior inspired others to ___________________ the fight for wildlife protection. 7. Mother’s Day, first __________________ in 1908, was recognized officially in 1914. 8. The lady showed the customs officer the contents of her suitcase to make him __________________ that she hadn’t stolen the necklace. III.根据课文内容完成句子。 （共 8 个空格, 每空所填词数不定；每空格 1 分，满分 8 分） 1. ______________, the UN has more tools in the battle to ______________. 多亏了他的研究，联合国在使世界摆脱饥饿的战斗中有了更多的办法。 2. ______________ was Tony Gracia from Colombia, ______________ Julia Smith form Britain. 第一个到达的是从哥伦比亚来的托尼.加西亚，随后紧跟着的是英国的茱莉亚.史密斯。 3. Its 3-D cinemas and giant movie screens ______________ of the earth and beyond. 它的立体电影以及那巨大的屏幕能提供在地球以及更远的地方的全新体验。 4. Unfortunately his father died, leaving the family even ______________. 不幸的是他的父亲去世了，整个家庭状况更糟了。 5. At that time, hunger was ______________ in many parts of the countryside. 当时，饥荒是许多农村地区面临的令人困扰的问题。 6. __________________ an article about a doctor called Lin Qiaozhi, a specialist in women’s diseases. 很偶然地，我看到了一篇关于一位妇科专家林巧稚大夫的文章。 IV．短文填词 （共 10 小题；每小题 0.5 分，满分 5 分） 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下面的横线上。所填单词要求意义准确， 拼写正确。 Vincent van Gogh was born in the Netherlands in 1853. Although today he is r to as an artist of the top (等级), the painter ’s life was filled with failure. B up in a religious family, van Gogh had a nervous personality. His early working experiences made him more
c off from society. He began to focus all his attention on painting in 1880. Later, he moved to Paris, w he received support from his brother. There he tried a new way of painting, (使用) bright colors unrealistically to express his feelings. However, people didn’t accept his way of painting. He l a very hard life in Paris. He moved to southern France two years later. There he produced many o works that sell for high prices today. But his serious depression finally led to him k himself with a gun. Vincent van Gogh’s works show either his (抗争) against life or his understanding of man and nature. 第五部分：作文 （共 25 分） 请以 Is Failure a Bad Thing?为题写一篇 120 个词左右的英语作文。内容包括： 1. 失败是常有的事。 2. 人们对失败有各种态度。 3. 我对失败的态度。 Is Failure a Bad Thing? ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________
福建师大附中高一期中必修 4 答案
第一部分：听力（共 20 题；每小题 1 分，满分 20 分） 1-5 BABAA 6-10 CAACB 11-15 BACBB 16-20 CCBCA 第二部分 第一节 单项填空（共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 分） 21-25 ACCDC 26-30 CBCBB 31-35 DCCAA 第二节 完形填空（共 20 题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分） 36-55 BACBC ADBCC BAADB CBDAC 第三部分：阅读理解（共 15 小题，每小题 2 分 ，满分 30 分） 56-59 BACC 60-63 CADB 64-66 BBD 67-70 ACBA 第四部分：基础知识 I. 填写英文单词：1. 完成给出首字母或汉语意思的词； 2. 填出所给词的正确形式。 (共 9 题；每小题 1 分，满分 9 分) 1. homeless 2. argument 3. particular 4. representing 5. defended 6. Equipped 7. approach 8. admitted 9. Tourism II.词组填空： (共 8 空；每空 1 分，满分 8 分) 1. crowding in 2. build up 3. has come to life 4. overcoming/having overcome 5. are intended 6. carry on 7. observed 8. convinced III. 根据课文内容填空。 （共 8 个空格, 每空所填词数不定；每空格 1 分，满分 8 分） 1. Thanks to his research, rid the world of hunger 2. The first person to arrive , closely followed by 3. provide brand new experiences 4. worse off 5. a disturbing problem 6. By chance I came across IV．短文填词 （共 10 小题；每小题 0.5 分，满分 5 分） 1. referred 2. rank 3. Brought 4. cut 5. where 6. using/employing 7. lived /led 8.outstanding 9. killing 10. struggle /fight 第五部分：作文 （共 25 分） Is Failure a Bad Thing? Failure is not a stranger to life. It can happen anywhere, anytime and to anyone. No person succeeds all the time. The more development you want to make, the more failure you might come across. So, people are faced with failure now and then.
There are different attitudes towards failure. Some people are afraid of failure and they can not bear the blow of failure, so they stay where they are and try to not to make progress. Some optimists, however, fight against failure bravely and achieve all his aims at last. My attitude is that we should not be afraid of failure. When we meet with failure, we don’t lose heart. We should call up all our courage and carry on what we are determined to do. Remember the proverb “Where there is a will, there is a way”.
听力录音原文(Text 1) W: Excuse me. Does this bus go to Lake Street? M: No. Take the underground train and get off at the Central Station. Walk ahead and you’ll get to the street. (Text 2) M: Do you enjoy having a roommate? W: Yeah. It’s my first experience sharing a room, but it’s really nice to have someone to talk to. (Text 3) M: Hurry up! We’ll be late for the movie. W: Late? It’s 7:30 now. We will have 2 hours before the show. M: Did you forget? I told you I couldn’t get tickets for that show. I got us tickets for the show that starts in half an hour! (Text 4) W: Excuse me. What’s taking so long with our sweet food? M: I’m afraid there’s a small problem in the kitchen. W: I think we’ll just get the check. M: Please let me apologize for the wait by offering you a 10% discount on your meal tonight. (Text 5) W: Oh, no. I can’t find my handbag! M: What? Did you have it with you when we were walking round the museum? W: Yes. And I had it when we went to the post office. I know I must have left it in the park. M: Right. Let’s go to see if it’s still there. (Text 6) M: What are you working on? W: I’m trying to finish my report for tomorrow’s meeting. I’m way behind. M: I worked late yesterday finishing mine. Is there anything I can do to help you? W: Thanks, but not right now. I’ll let you know if I need anything later. M: OK, I’ll go to the break room to have a cup of coffee. If you need any help, just go there and find me. W: Fine. (Text 7) W: My dad is talking about getting one of those video phones, you know, the kind that you can see the person you’re talking to and they can see you. M: Oh, I’d hate that.
W: Yeah, I think it’s a crazy idea. I mean, I’d feel uncomfortable. M: Right, the phone would ring and you’d think, “ I have to look in the mirror before I answer the phone.” (Text 8) M: Hello? W: Hello, Mr West. This is Susan Evans in Apartment 101. M: Oh, hi Susan. How are you? W: Well, right now I’m pretty warm. I put the air conditioner on “high”, but it doesn’t seem to be working. I’ve tried everything, but it’s just doesn’t work. M: Well then, I’ll have to call the repair people. W: And there’s another problem: the neighbours next door in Apartment 102 have music on day and night, really loud. I’m having trouble sleeping. M: Hmmm… that’s more difficult. I’ll speak to them. I’m sorry, Susan. W: That’s all right. But if these things can’t be solved, I’ll have to move out. (Text 9) M: Hey, Rachel. What are you doing? W: I’m making my exam study plan. M: Exams are a week away! W: Exactly! I really should have started on this plan earlier. M: Wait, you don’t have a test for running. W: Taking small breaks gives my brain time to review what I’ve studied. M: Why not watch TV, then? That’s more fun than running. W: Exercise will help keep my brain clear. M: I’m not going to study, but I bet I’ll still get better grades than you do! W: It’s not only about grades. The point of tests is to help you review everything you’ve learned before moving on. I want to learn something, not a score. M: Well, I can always study a whole night before a test. W: That’s a terrible way to study. If you do that, you won’t really learn anything, and you’ll be tired for the test! You need to get prepared one day before the test instead of studying until the last minute. M: You’re right. (Text 10) W: Um, I came to live here because my husband got a very good job here. That was twenty-two years ago, when I was 25 years old. And immediately I went into a very serious culture shock. I was so homesick. I didn’t want to learn English, I didn’t want to learn about this culture and I didn’t want American friends. I just went to stores that were Spanish, and I watched a lot of Spanish-language TV. My friends were all other people from Mexico. I only kept in touch with people from my country even though, you know, I didn’t have anything in common with them, really. I mean, I didn’t even like some of the people I spent time with. It was just that, uh, we were all from the same culture. Back in Mexico we probably never would have been friends. Anyway, I was unhappy and angry for a long, long time. Finally, after about ten years, I went back to Mexico. But it wasn’t really my home any more. So after only one month, I turned around and came back here to the States. This is my home now. I’m here for good.
福建师大附中 2014--2015 学年第二学期期末模块测试
高一 英语 答卷
第四部分：基础知识 I. 填写英文单词 （共 9 题；每小题 1 分，满分 9 分） 1.___________________________ 3. ___________________________ 5.___________________________ 7. __________________________ 9.___________________________ II. 词组填空 (共 8 空；每空 1 分，满分 8 分) 2.___________________________ 4. ___________________________ 6. __________________________ 8. __________________________ 2.___________________________ 4. ___________________________ 6. __________________________ 8. ___________________________
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III. 根据课文内容填空（共 8 个空格 , 每空所填词数不定；每空格 1 分，满分 8 分） 1.___________________________ 2. ___________________________ 3.___________________________ 5. __________________________ ___________________________ ___________________________ 4. ___________________________ 6. ___________________________
IV. 短文填词（共 10 小题；每小题 0.5 分，满分 5 分） 1.___________________________ 3. ___________________________ 5.___________________________ 2.___________________________ 4. ___________________________ 6. __________________________
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第五部分：作文 （共 25 分） Is Failure a Bad Thing? ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________
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