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安徽省铜陵县高二英语联考(一)试题新人教版

铜陵一 2014 届高二联考试卷

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命题:学海教科所英语学科命题组 本试卷分第 I 卷(选择题)和第 II 卷(非选择题)两部分。满分 150 分,考试时间 120 分钟。 第 I 卷(选择题 共 115 分) 第 I 卷(选择题 共 115 分) 第一部分:听力(共两节,满分 30 分) 第一节(共 5 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 7.5 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 秒钟时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一 小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 What is the relationship between the speakers? A. Boss and secretary. B. Father and daughter. C. Professor and student. Where are the speakers at this moment? A. Outside the museum. B. Outside the hotel. C. Outside the cinema. What will the man do in three weeks? A. Take the final exams. B. Take the mid-term exams. C. Take the physical examination. How much money does the man have to pay if he rents a car for the weekend? A. 120 yuan. B. 240 yuan. C. 300 yuan. What are the speakers talking about? A. The weather. B. Mum’s promise. C. How to take pictures. 第二节(共 15 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 22.5 分) 听下面 5 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,各个小题将给出 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 至 8 题。 Where did the man go this morning? A. To the shop. B. To the school. C. To the zoo. What happened to the man? A. He lost his keys. B. He lost a camera. C. He quarreled with the driver. How did the man get it back? A. He went to the taxi company and got it back. B. The taxi company sent it back to him. C. The driver sent it back to him. 听第 7 段材料,回答第 9 至 11 题。 Who is the woman? A. A gardener. B. A customer. C. A neighbour. What is the man going to do? A. To go shopping. B. To go to work. C. To look after his

children. What day is today? A. Wednesday. B. Friday. C. Saturday. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 12 至 14 题。 When does the conversation take place? A. In the morning. B. In the afternoon. C. In the evening. How did Peter think of poems? A. They are fun to read but difficult to write. B. They are boring to read and hard to write. C. They are fun to read and easy to write. What did the woman do when Peter was little? A. She asked him to recite poems. B. She read nursery rhymes to him. C. She taught him how to read poems. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 15 至 17 题。 Where does the conversation take place? A. At a police station. B. At a supermarket. C. At a post office. What does the woman ask the man to do for his application of a mail box? A. Fill in a form. B. Pay some money. C. Register his address. What does the woman promise to do when the mail box is available? A. To deliver the man a form for him to fill out. B. To call the man to pay money for it. C. To inform him of it timely. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 18 至 20 题。 When did the team from the University of Florida win the football championship? A. Last January. B. This January. C. This April. What do we know about the gunman? A. He is a university student. B. He has killed at least 30 people. C. He was killed by police officers. Where was the second shooting? A. In the dining hall. B. In the students’ dorm. C. In an education building. 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) 1. About how many elements make up most of the substances we meet in everyday life? A.is it that B.what it is C.it is which D.it is that 2. The heavy rain the harvest of the wheat by two weeks. A.set out B.set off C.set aside D.set back 3. --You don’t go to that supermarket quite often, do you? --No, I only go there because it’s too far away from my house.

A.consequently B.constantly C.occasionally D.frequently 4. This factory is planning to build a new line this year. A.resemble B.assembly C.productive D.assess 5. A series of lectures have the students’ interest in science and technology. A.arisen B.enforced C.risen D.aroused 6. Maybe you have been to many famous restaurants, but nowhere else on such nice ducks. A.you can feast B.can you taste C.you can taste D.can you feast 7. John seems a nice person. , I don’t trust him. A.Even though B.Even so C.Therefore D.Though 8. The newspaper didn’t mention the of the damage caused by the fire. A.range B.level C.extent D.quantity , a man who expresses himself effectively is sure to succeed more rapidly than a man whose command of language is poor. A.Other things being B.Were other things C.To be equal to other D.Other things to be equal equal things equal 10. --The last one to get up every morning cleans the dormitory. -. A.Agree B.To agree C.Agreed D.Agreeing 11. If you to their home, remember to bring a small gift. A.invite B.have been invited C.were invited D.had been invited 12. The classroom is crowded with children have poor eyesight, all of interested in painting. A.who, whom B.that, whom C.who, them D.that, who 13. The police set about arresting the suspect they found enough evidence to prove him guilty. A.the moment B.as long as C..immediate D.as far as 14. In face of more and more “dropout factories”, many people prefer to be paid on daily basis. A.the, the B.a, / C.the, a D.the, / 15. China’s reform and opening has been going on for is like about 30 years now and it’s really quite remarkable. A.that B.it C.which D.what 第二节 完型填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) John chose his food carefully in Walmart. He estimated he had 36 80 cents today. He was pleased he had got good 37 for his money again. At the exit, the freezing wind 38 him of his gloves. He was sure he was wearing them when entering the 39 . He made a search of his pockets. Then he thought they must have been 40 somewhere in the store. John had bought the black gloves for $35 ten years ago. They were leather, soft and durable. Until then, he had worn cheaper man-made material that never lasted long. His 41 to buy the gloves turned out to be good, which

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take long to be 46 that the gloves were not there. His 47 grew heavier. “People have changed”, he 48 . “Years ago, if somebody 49 something lost, they would give it back.” Yet he did not give up. This time he focused on the gloves on other shoppers’ 50 . Suddenly he 51 a lady nearby wearing a black pair of gloves. He said, “Hi!” But when the surprised lady returned his 52 , his eyes dropped to the floor, for the fingers of her gloves were too small for him. Without gloves, he had to 53 his hands into his sleeves. Back home, John was 54 . He could not do without gloves. John decided to buy another leather pair. But before that, he stepped into Walmart again to see if by any 55 his gloves had been returned to the lost and found office. The girl looked into her drawer and took out a pair of men’s leather gloves. “Are they?” “Yes! Mine!” John shouted with joy. 36. A.had B.wasted C.saved D.spent 37. A.quality B.score C.number D.value 38. A.reminded B.informed C.warned D.remembered 39. A.square B.store C.flat D.counter 40. A.taken B.dropped C.forgotten D.rejected 41. A.opportunity B.hope C.wish D.decision 42. A.pulled B.reduced C.promoted D.pushed 43. A.angrily B.enviously C.sincerely D.properly 44. A.road B.route C.gate D.entrance 45. A.staring B.stopping C.looking D.starting 46. A.convinced B.relaxed C.ignored D.rushed 47. A.legs B.eyes C.heart D.body 48. A.whispered B.exchanged C.discussed D.argued 49. A.picked out B.made up C.made out D.picked up 50. A.baskets B.hands C.pockets D.fingers 51. A.noticed B.recognized C.prevented D.cursed 52. A.anger B.emotion C.greeting D.description 53. A.spread B.extend C.wave D.shrink 54. A.upset B.cautious C.proud D.serious 55. A.probability B.means C.chance D.terms 第三部分 阅读理解(共 20 小题;每小题 2 分。满分 40 分) A While reading a story on 20-somethings complaining about how the economy was ruining their life plans, I couldn’t help but think the 20-somethings sounded like a bunch of spoiled who grew up expecting everything to be easy for them. As a 20-something myself, certainly share their disappointment : my husband and I

probably won’t be able to buy a house until we’re in our 40s, and we two are burdened by student loans(贷款). But why should it be any different? Being young persons in America, shouldn’t they take up all of the challenges and opportunities that this country offers? Consider some of these views shared in the story: Jennifer, 29, owner of a two-bedroom apartment with her husband, worries that she won’t be able to have children for at least a decade because they can’t afford to buy a house yet. I read that, and I thought what planet she is living on where you need to own a house in order to have kids? Has she ever visited a developing country, or even downtown areas in this one? Home ownership is a luxury(奢华), not a fertility requirement. A 26-year-old in the story is disappointed that he can’t afford to get a Ph. D in literature. Well, that sounds a bit like expressing disappointment that no one will pay you to write poetry on the beach in Thailand for five years. Yes, it’s sad that these young people feel so lost. But I think the problem is their extremely high expectations, not economic reality. Beth Kobliner, author of Personal Finance in Your Twenties and Thirties, says that she thinks people’s expectations grew up at a time when everyone’s wealth appeared to be increasing, Their parents probably saw their home values rise along with their investments. “So you have people who have grown up in an environment where people had great expectations of what living well means,” says Kobliner. This recession(经济衰退) will certainly play a role in forcing those expectations into more realistic group. In the meantime, it seems a lot better for our mental health to focus on being grateful---for our one-bedroom apartments, for living in modern cities, or perhaps just for being able to eat three meals a day---than on longing for some kind of luxury life. 56. What makes the author think the 20-somethings sound like a bunch of spoiled children? A.They expect everything to be easy for them. B. They are burdened by student loans. C. They are unwilling to face all of the challenges. D. They complain that the economy is spoiling their life plans. 57. Which of the following is NOT mentioned about the complaints of the 20-somethings? A. They can’t have children for at least a decade a decade to buy a house. B.They despair at not being able to afford a PH. D in literature. C. They can’t buy a house until 40 and are burdened by student loans. D. They have only a one-bedroom apartment to live in. 58. What’s the Kobliner’s attitude towards the 20-somethings with high expectations? A.Unbearable B. Understanding C. Doubtful D. Opposite 59. What is the best title for this passage? A. Young people’s high hopes create despair B. Young people can’t afford to buy a house

C. Young people afford to continue their study D. The 20-somethings’ high expectations B Men can be beautiful too, right? CHINA is going to host the 18th World University Student Beauty Contest in Guangzhou this December. This year for the first time the contest will include a male section. Students from over 130 countries will compete for Mr. and Miss Beauty. The contest is one of the most respected beauty contests in the world. It was copied by the United Nations University (an international university belonging to the United Nations) in 1986. Stick to studying LI Yining, an economics professor at Peking University, said that he would not encourage students to try their luck in the stock market (股市). “They should stress study,” Li said, in his speech at Beijing Foreign Studies University. When asked, the professor said he expected house prices in Beijing to continue to rise. Li thinks the government should provide more affordable houses for low-level income people. Campus cinema Students at over 100 universities will have a digital cinema on campus after the National Day holiday. The 21st Century Digital Film on Campus Project was launched at the end of September. The ticket will cost 3-8 yuan, rather than 30-40 yuan at cinemas in town. Students often download movies online or watch DVDs. Now they can enjoy original films in the digital cinema. The digital cinema will show a variety of films other than Hollywood blockbusters (好莱坞大片). Getting practical All 12,000 graduates from vocational school in Shanxi Province have landed a job, according to the provincial government. In the past five years, it is estimated that over 95 percent of the professional school graduates have found jobs. However, the number for university graduates is 70 percent. Some employers said that they prefer professional school graduates who learned something more practical in school and expected lower salaries than university students. 60. Where can the material be chosen from? A. A novel. B. A fashion magazine. C. An advertisement D. A newspaper. 61. Which of the following statements is NOT true according to the passage? A. More than 130 countries will take part in the 18th World University Student Beauty Contest. B. In the past five years, over 95 percent of the university graduates have found jobs in Shanxi. C. The ticket for digital film will cost 3-8 yuan D. Over 100 universities took part in the 21st Century Digital Film on Campus Project. Professor Li thinks that ______. A. the government can do nothing about housing problem. B. the students should try their luck in the stock market.

C. The house prices in Beijing will keep going up. D. the students should not only pay attention to study. 63. What can we infer from the passage? A. In Shanxi, the professional school graduates are less popular with employers than university graduates recently. B. The digital cinema will only show Hollywood blockbusters. C. The graduates from universities can put what they learned into practice more easily. D. No men competed in the World University Students Beauty Contest before this year. C Many women write to me perplexed ( 困 惑 的 )about why they,can’t form close friendships. They try new approaches, put themselves in all the right places, see therapists, and read relevant self-help books. They consider themselves interesting, loyal, kind, and friend-worthy people. But for reasons unknown to them, they have a tough time forming intimate relationships. Many admit to not having even one close friend. A recent study published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology offers some clues as to how both nature (personality) and nurture (experience) impact our friendships. Researchers at the University of Virginia and University of Toronto,Mississauga studied more than 7,000 American adults between the ages of 20 and 75 over a period of ten years , looking at the number of times these adults moved during childhood. Their study, like prior ones, showed a link between residential mobility and adult well-being: The more times participants moved as children, the poorer the quality of their adult social relationships. But digging deeper, the researchers found that personality — specifically being introverted (内向的)or extroverted (外向的) — could either intensify or buffer (缓 冲) the effect of moving to a new town or neighborhood during childhood. The negative impact of more moves during childhood was far greater for introverts compared to extroverts. "Moving a lot makes it difficult for people to maintain long-term close relationships," stated Dr. Shigehiro Oishi, the first author of the study, in a press release from the American Psychological Association, "This might not be a serious problem for outgoing people who can make friends quickly and easily. Less outgoing people have a harder time making new friends. " Families often have to relocate -- across town, across the country, or across the globe. Yet, in many cases, their kids and young adolescents haven’t yet built up a bank of friendships. So the conventional wisdom is to try to minimize moves for the sake of your child, whenever possible, and to move at the end of the academic year. The passage is written mainly to . A. offer advice to women on how to form intimate relationships B. tell us how to help children make friends C. explain how moves during childhood affect children D. explain how nature and nurture impact our friendships

65. Which of the following is true according to the second paragraph? A.The more people moved during childhood, the better they adjust to society. B. The more people moved during childhood, the more friends they have. C. People who moved less during childhood have better social relationships. D. There is no link between residential mobility and adult well-being. 66. We learn from the fourth paragraph that moves during childhood . A. are a big problem for both introverts and extroverts B. have no impact on an outgoing person C. have a bigger impact on an introverted person compared to extroverts D. help children better adapt to new environment 67. We can infer from the passage that . A.there is some way to minimize the impact of moves during childhood on children B. we can move when children have made a lot of friends C. the impact of moves will disappear when one reaches adulthood D. our friendships are mainly affected by our nurture D Disease, poverty, hate, love-Charles Dickens’ stories opened his readers eyes to the most important themes of his age. Two hundred years on, his stories still speak volumes across the world, proving that Dickens’ legacy(遗产) was far greater that just “great-literature”. February 7 marks the 200th anniversary of the writer’s birthday. To mark this date, BBC writer Alex Hudson listed six things Dickens gave the modern world. Let’s take a look at two of them. A White Christmas Dickens is described as “the man who invented Christmas” - not the religious festival, but the cultural aspects that we associate with the festive season today. In the early 19th century, Christmas was barely worth mentioning, according to critic and writer Leigh Hunt. The committee which ran the Conservative Party even held ordinary business meetings on Christmas Day-unthinkable in the West nowadays, when everyone but the most necessary workers takes at least three days off. Many people believe that Dickens’ popular descriptions of the festive period became a blueprint for generations to come. In his classic novel, A Christmas Carol, he not only put forward the idea of snow at Christmas, but also painted a picture of glowing warmth -“home enjoyments, affections and hopes”. In his biography of Dickens, Peter Ackroyd wrote: “Dickens can be said to have almost single-handedly created the modern idea of Christmas.” “Dickens” poverty Dickens was one of the first to take an honest look at the underclass and the poor of Victorian London. He helped popularize the term “red tape” to describe situations where people in power use needless amounts of bureaucracy(官僚作风) in a way that particularly hurts the weaker and poorer members of society. “Dickensian” has now become a powerful word for describing an unacceptable level of poverty. In 2009, when the president of the Association of Teachers and Lecturers in the UK wanted to talk about poverty in some areas of Britain, she did not use words like “terrible” or “horrific”, but rather described it as “life mirroring

the times of Dickens”. 68. The article is mainly about . A. a brief introduction to Charles Dickens’ B. the characters in Charles Dickens’ stories C. Charles Dickens’ achievements in literature D. Charles Dickens’ impact on the world 69. Why is Dickens’ called “the man who invented Christmas”? A. Because he created both religious and culture festival. B. Because his novels have something to do with Christmas. C.Because one of his novels helped to shape Christmas celebrations. D. Because he was the first man to have proposed celebrating Christmas. 70. We can learn from the passage that . A. Dickensian is widely used to describe the Christmas B. Charles Dickens’ novels reflect(反映) the true life at his age C. Every person can take three days off for Christmas D. The theme of Charles Dickens’ stories is about poverty 71. What can we infer from the passage? A. Dickens gave the modern world six things. B. Dickens is still popular today in Britain. C. Dickens invented Christmas D. Agreements are made by the underclass of society E In golf, we talk about handicaps. The lower the handicap, the better the golfer. A golfer with a handicap of 12 tends to play better than one with a handicap of 20. It means that for a golf course that normally takes a professional 72 strokes (击 球) over 18 holes to play, a 12-handicap golfer would complete his full game with a score of 84 strokes. When it comes to creative thinking, is there such a handicap system? Can we describe a person as a 12-handicap in his creative thinking ability? Fortunately or unfortunately, there is no such system yet for creative thinking. But we all suffer from a handicap when it comes to creative thinking. Some of us are better players at such an activity, with ideas flowing freely. Some of us are average or green hands at such thinking, failing often and feeling very frustrated. But don’t fear. Creative thinkers can be like golfers striving to reduce their handicaps. It takes learning and practice, and re-learning and re-practice until you become better at it. How do you learn to be a creative thinker? Just like the game of golf, you need to have an interest. Is your interest purely social, business or personal? Do you have a desire to improve? Most golfers challenge themselves to reduce their handicaps for personal satisfaction and enjoyment, so do you have this burning desire to be a better creative thinker? Next comes the learning process. Some golfers are self-taught. They learn from watching golf tournaments live or on TV. They watch videotapes of golf professionals.

They read golf books. To self-teach yourself in creative thinking, you can buy books on the subject or borrow books from community and university libraries. Some creative books list a bibliography (书目) of other useful reference books on the same subject. If you are resourceful, you can visit as many schools, colleges, universities, or community libraries as possible. You need to think about what you read. Study the different creative thinking processes and methods, and experiment with them on your own or among friends. Practice makes you remember better. Practice also makes perfect, as the saying goes. Many golfers take up lessons from teaching professionals rather than learning from friends who might not teach correctly. If you can, sign up for creative-thinking lessons offered by famous companies. Don’t just attend the creative-thinking courses. Be a committed student, always following up on what you have learned and exploring more. Although I train teams in creativity and innovation, I am still reading widely on the subject, reflecting on my company’s methods, improving on the teaching of methods, and experimenting with and adapting to new techniques. The greatest handicap is yourself, your own mind. If you have been brought up to believe that you are not creative and you keep telling yourself or people that you are not creative, then you are not helping yourself. A golfer who has a negative self-image is also ruining himself and his game. Cancel the negative self-image from your mind. Each time the negative thought flashes in your mind, replace it with a positive self-image, such as "I have the capacity to be very creative. I can be a creative thinker." Then affirm (肯定) this new image daily, several times a day. It might help if you write down such affirmative statements and paste them in places to remind you several times each day. Focus on this creative image of yourself daily. Twice a day if possible, even if it is only 10 minutes each time. Focus and imagine yourself being creative in your studies, work, meetings, at home, and in different situations. Then train yourself to succeed as you have imagined. It means actually thinking and experimenting with different creative techniques on practical cases. It also means reading to enrich your mind daily, even if it is but half an hour a day. Keep on learning, practicing, reviewing, re-learning and re-practicing, and I am confident that you can bring down your creative thinking handicap. 72. Creative thinking is different from golf in that ______. A. there is no handicap system for creative thinking B.creative thinkers suffer from no handicap C. creative thinkers have to deal with more obstacles D. creative thinking has nothing to do with personal satisfaction 73. The underlined word "handicap" (Para. 4) can best be replaced by ______. A. disadvantage B. uncertainty C. inconvenience D. Discomfort 74. According to the passage, ______ is the greatest barrier for creative thinking. A. lack of the interest in exploring more B. lack of self-confidence

C. not attending the creative thinking course D. having no interest in reading books on creativity 75. What kind of writing technique is employed by the author to make his point clear? A. Description. B. Definition. C. Comparison. D. Explanation. 第 II 卷(非选择题 共 35 分) 第四部分 :写作(共两节,满分 35 分) 第一节:任务型读写(共 10 小题,每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 请认真阅读下面短文,并根据所读内容在文章后表格中的空白里填入最恰当的单词。注意: 每空一词 Women are meant to be the experts at shopping ,but new research reveals the whole experience leaves them flustered and stressed.The surprise findings emerged in a study of 2,000 people and shows that not all women get comfort from a spot of shopping. In fact, in a supermarket environment, one third of females find it a burden when they do the weekly shop despite being organized and armed with shopping lists.The reason why women are more nervous in the supermarket is largely that they are rushing round trying to conduct the shopping as quickly as possible. Doing the food shop will be one item on a massive list of jobs, and something which simply has to be done at speed. Women even admitted to having an argument with another shopper in the supermarket - either because of trolley rage(手推车碰撞), fighting over the same item or queue jumping. They can’t stand feeling rushed when the cashier scans items too quickly so they struggle to get everything into the right bags. In contrast, three quarters of men quite enjoy their food shopping experience and are happy to push their way around the aisles searching out products. Men are less forgetful about what want they want to buy, are less likely to feel rushed by the cashiers and are more methodical at the checkouts. Men seem to adopt a much more laid back and methodical approach, taking their time looking for bargains and make sure they’re getting the most for their money. But the poll suggests women are the savvier(更精明的)shoppers--as they are less baffled by all the different brands in the shop and are more likely to ask for help if needed. 第二节 书面表达 (满分 25 分) 乐观是一种态度。 不管事情有多么糟糕, 只要我们保持乐观,事情总会得到解决。请结合 你校园生活中的一个事例,就“Optimism”这一话题,用英语写一篇短文。 注意: 1. 文中不得透露个人姓名和学校名称; 2. 词数为 120 左右。

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铜陵一中 2014 届高二联考试卷 英语答题卷 命题:学海教科所英语学科命题组

任务型读写 Title: 76 Between Men and Women When Shopping They want to finish the shopping 78 . Maybe they will have a(n) 79 with another shopper. They feel rushed because 80 is so quick

Women

They feel stressed even they are well 77 when shopping.

that they didn’t have enough time to put 81 that they have bought into the right bags.

82

They

83 shopping.

They are happy to push their way around to search for products. They are less 84 and are less likely to feel rushed. They are more methodical to find bargains to 85 the most of their money.

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