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  • ID:4-4938162 山东省泰安市宁阳一中2017-2018学年高一下学期期末考试英语试题 (有听力题及音频无听力原材料)

    高中英语/期末专区/高一下学期

    Homestay in Sydney,Australia Linda: Our big home is in Sydney,about 300 meters from Sydney University and 450 meters from the train station. The train ride is about 30 minutes to the CBD. Now we only have a small bedroom for a female student. The cost is 260 per week,which includes all meals when at home and laundering(洗烫) of clothes. E­mail:markalarms@optusnet.com.au John: I have a lovely single room for homestay (male,non­smokers only).The apartment is located across the road from a bus station. A sports field is only a two­minute walk away. The room is for both short and long stays. The cost is 220 per week,including breakfast and lunch on weekdays. There is no washing machine at home. Do your own laundry in the apartment block’s facilities. E­mail:ainsley gilkes@yahoo.com.au Eric: I live in the northern suburbs of Sydney—quiet for studying and relaxing,yet close to Sydney University & NCELTR & SIBT. The subway station is nearby. All facilities of the house including a living room with a TV can be used. Owners are very open and friendly,and treat students as part of the family. The prices include all meals (breakfast,lunch and dinner) and cleaning. The fee is 300 per week. E­mail:mineanny@hotmail.com Rose: Hi,everyone! I have one room for homestay (girl students only) in a house which is very close to Sydney University (SIBT) & WSU in the northern district of Sydney. There is a bus station across the road. Travel time to the centre of the city is 40 minutes by train. We only have one homestay at a time. Therefore,our family can take good care of you. The fee is 230 per week. We are looking forward to having you in our home. E­mail:cliqi9239@hotmail.com 21.Four persons wrote these passages so as to . A.look for suitable roommates B.search for homestay information C.book a suitable room in Sydney D.advertise rooms for homestay 试题附解析 ================================================ 压缩包内容: 山东省泰安市宁阳一中2017-2018学年高一下学期期末考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc 山东省泰安市宁阳一中2018-2019学年高一下学期期末考试英语听力.mp3

  • ID:4-4934080 海南省海口四中2017-2018学年高二下学期期末考试英语试卷

    高中英语/期末专区/高二下学期

    二、阅读理解(本大题共15小题,共30.0分) A Dear Sir / Madam, It worried me a lot when I heard of the plan to cut down St John’s Wood to make a car park for shoppers. Although I agree that the town is short of car parks, this idea would be improper. In the first place, the wood is an area of natural beauty. There are many ancient trees of an unusual kind. I often go there for a picnic or just to relax at weekends. The wood is, without doubt,a natural home for birds, animals and insects. If the trees were cut down, many species would be lost. Furthermore, the wood is right in the centre of a heavilypollutedpart of town. The treeshelp to make the air cleaner. The council (地方议会)says they are worried about global warming, yet they wish to cut down trees which help reduce the build-up of gases that lead to global warming because they feed on carbon dioxide. Besides, that area also suffers from high noise levels frompassing trucks and the railway line. The trees help reduce the noise levels and do a lot of good to the whole environment. In my opinion, cutting down the wood would be stupid and pointless. A car park may well attract shoppers to the town and increase the shopkeepers’ trade. However, a beautiful part of our town would be destroyed. I would be very interested in hearing what your other readers think. Yours faithfully, Roland Chang What has made Roland Chang feel worried A. ??That the town is short of car parks. B. That shoppers park their cars badly. C. ??That there are few parks in the town. D. That a wood in the town might disappear. In Paragraph 2, Roland Chang mainly talksabout ???????. A. ??the importance of the wood B. the history of the town C. the species in the wood D. global warming Roland Chang wrote the letter mainly to ?????????. A. introduce a park B. make a suggestion C. express thankfulness D. send his congratulations To whom is Roland Chang probably writing A. ??A magazine. B. A close friend. C. The shopkeepers. D. The town council. B ??What makes one person have more accidents than another Most people would say that it’s to do with taking risks. Take fewer risks and you’ll have fewer accidents. But is taking risks really a matter of choice ================================================ 压缩包内容: 海南省海口四中2017-2018学年高二下学期期末考试英语试卷.doc

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  • ID:4-4933831 海南省海口四中2017-2018学年高一下学期期末考试英语试卷

    高中英语/期末专区/高一下学期

    二、阅读理解(本大题共10小题,共20.0分) A Making a film takes a long time and is very hard work. Writing the story for the film may take many weeks. Shooting (拍摄) the film often takes at least six months. Actors and camera men work from very early in the morning until late at night. Each scene has to be acted and re-acted, filmed and re-filmed, until it is just fine. Sometimes the same scene has to be acted many times. ?? The film studio is like a large factory, and the indoor stages are very big indeed. Scenery of all kinds is made in the studio. Churches, houses, and forests are all built of wood and cardboard. Several hundred people work together to make one film. Some of these people are the actors and actresses. The director of the film, however, is the most important person in a film studio. He decides how the scenes should be filmed and how the actors should act. ?? Most people go to see a film because they know the film stars are in it. Sometimes the film may be very poor. It is best to choose a film made by a good director. Some famous directors make their films very real; people feel that they themselves are among the people in the films. Making a film is ________ . A. very simple B. very difficult C. quite interesting D. quite funny The best title for the passage is "________ ". A. Making a Film. B. Actors and Actresses C. A Director D. Writing the Story In the last paragraph, the author advises readers to _____. A. see a film made by an ordinary director B. see a film made by an excellent director C. write a story for a film D. be a famous director B Most of the movies show our relationships and our society. What’s more important is that people love to watch highs and lows of the relationships in movies. Friendship has been the favorite subject of movie?makers for a long time. Many movies are based on lovely relationships like friendship. Friendship can be?between two persons or among more than two persons. Movies based on friendship make us remember?that the relationship among friends is delicate (需要小心处理的).These movies also show how?important it is to have a true friend in life and to own the friendship. ????? Friendship is described in different ways in movies. These movies show different faces of this lovely relationship including the pleasant and interesting faces. Let us discuss how friendship is described in?movies. ????? Friends share common interests: In most of the movies , it is shown that two people become friends?easily when they share some common interests. For example, two friends may be in love of the same sports, studying in the same school or living in the same neighborhood. You can see such friendship in movies such as "Harry?Potter" and "Lord?of?Rings".Harry Potter has two friends. All of them are interested in the use of magic. ???? ?Friends make sacrifices (牺牲): In most of the movies, friends make sacrifices for each other. A good?example is "Sholay".In this movie, there are two friends Jay and Veeru who are there for each other till?death. Jay sacrifices his life to save his friend. Friends never run away from difficulties: In movies , it is always shown that true friends always stand up for?their friends in times of difficulties. ????? Understanding: In movies, friends understand each other without even saying a word. A single smile can brighten up the faces of all the friends. ================================================ 压缩包内容: 海南省海口四中2017-2018学年高一下学期期末考试英语试卷.doc

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  • ID:4-4918675 新疆巴音郭楞蒙古族自治州第一中学2017-2018学年高二下学期期末考试英语试卷 Word版含答案

    高中英语/期末专区/高二下学期

    一、完型填空 (每空1分,共20分)阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从1-20各题所给的四个选项( A、B、C、和D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。 Honesty is always the best policy. Though lying often allows one to escape punishment for the moment, the   1   will always come out. In most situations, one will   2    that lying does not offer the same long-term benefits (好处) as honesty does. Sometimes people lie for the purpose of being   3  . For example, my cousin Joanne was   4   to her friend’s birthday party and she asked for my   5   on her dress. In fact, her dress was terrible, but I   6   and told her that the dress was beautiful. How could I   7   her excitement over the dress? Looking back at that moment, I probably should have told her the truth, considering that the guests   8   her. After that I realized the   9   of telling the truth. My brother once helped his best friend cheat on a   10   test. That night, he told me what happened at school. I was very   11   and asked him to say sorry to his math teacher immediately   12   he went to school the next day. _13 , the teacher only forced the two boys to take the test again. If my brother had not followed my 14 , he might have been kicked out of school.   15  , my brother’s behavior sets a good example for his friend. So he   16   his friend and helped him avoid serious punishment. ================================================ 压缩包内容: 新疆巴音郭楞蒙古族自治州第一中学2017-2018学年高二下学期期末考试英语试卷 word版含答案.doc

  • ID:4-4918667 新疆库尔勒市巴州一中2017-2018学年高一下学期期末考试英语试卷 Word版含答案

    高中英语/期末专区/高一下学期

    巴州一中2017-2018学年第二学期 高一年级英语 期末考试试卷 时间:100分钟 满分:150分 一、选择填空。(1*15=15分) 1. He hasn’t slept at all for three days. ________ he is tired out. A .There is no point B. There is no need C. It is no wonder D. It is no way 2. our English teacher, our English has been greatly improved. A. Thanks to B. Thank for C. But for D. Except for 3. I hope it will be fine this Sunday. , we’ll go for an outing. A. If not B. What if C. Why not D. If so 4.The news that Mr Smith was trying to his business all over the world. A. expanded, spread B. expanded, expand C. spread, spread D. spread, expand 5. he is a famous medical expert, you’d better follow his advice. A. Even if B. In case C. Now that D. So that 6.I was surprised by her words, which made me recognize silly mistakes I had made. A. what B. that C. how D. which 7.In order to lose weight, the young lady prefers to regularly rather than take expensive weight-pills. ================================================ 压缩包内容: 新疆库尔勒市巴州一中2017-2018学年高一下学期期末考试英语试卷 word版含答案.doc

  • ID:4-4906806 山东省日照市2017-2018学年高一下学期期末考试英语试题

    高中英语/期末专区/高一下学期

    第二部分:阅读理解 (共两节,满分40分) 第一节(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,选出最佳答案,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A Many wealthy and well-traveled people want a completely new experience, but they don’t necessarily want to give up luxury(奢华的) accommodations and service. The following vacations could be best choices. Cruise down the Amazon River Aqua Expeditions takes up to 32 passengers at a time on guided journeys of three, four, or seven days down the Amazon River. Those adventurers see forests and waterfalls, visit local fish markets, and take canoe trips. They also take in wildlife such as capuchin monkeys and river dolphins. Go Glamping in Montana The Resort at Paws Up located on a cattle ranch(牧场) is a standout in the type. The ranch rents homes with up to four bedrooms, but it’s the luxury tents that offer closer communion with the outdoors. Tents are arranged into camps, each of which has a private chef and butler, the latter of whom helps build campfires and arrange daytime activities. Guests can participate in a cattle drive, go clay shooting, take a hot air balloon trip, or ride horses. Climb inside a Volcano in Iceland Iceland is famous for its volcanoes and has plenty of luxury hotel options. Thrill-seekers can actually go down into the dormant (休眠的), 700-foot-deep hrihnukagigur, by using an open elevator. Take a helicopter if you want to skip the 2-mile hike to the volcano, and arrange a private tour to avoid crowds. And visitors traveling there can enjoy the luxury hotel such as the ION Luxury Adventure Hotel and the Hotel Rangá. 21.What can adventurers do when traveling down the Amazon River? A.Enjoy individually-guided tours. B.Travel with hot air balloons. C.Get a chance to see wildlife. D.Ride horses along the trail. 22.At which place can guests enjoy food quite to their taste? A.Aqua Expeditions. B.The Resort at Paws Up. C.Thrihnukagigur. D.The Hotel Rangá. 23.What do the three vacations have in common? A.They are adventurous. B.They are animal-centered. C.They have luxury hotel options. D.They are intended for new travelers. B German engineers Gottlieb Daimler and Karl Benz built the first successful gasoline engines in 1885.After 1900,however,the United States became a leader in automobile production. The first cars were handmade and very expensive.Only people in rich cities could afford them.The first company to make gasoline cars in the U.S.was the Duryea Motor Wagon Company.Then,in 1901,Ransom E.Olds Began mass-producing his car,the Oldsmobile.In 1913Henry Ford made great strides in the mass production of cars by using an assembly line in his factory.Mass production meant that each car was less expensive to make.Now car ownership was affordable for the average person.By 1916there were more than one million cars in the United States. The automobile gave people the freedom to travel anywhere there were passable roads.Families that lived great distance apart could travel by automobile to visit each other.People could visit places they had never seen before. Before the mass production of cars,people lived close to work.Their means of transportation included walking,riding a bicycle,using a horse and carriage,or taking a train.The automobile gave people the ability to live farther away from work.The result was that gradually people moved out of the cities to the less crowded suburbs. The automobile industry created millions of jobs.The jobs were not just in the auto factories,where the cars were assembled.Workers were needed to make auto parts,run gas stations and repair shops,and work at new motels and restaurants that served people who traveled by car.Jobs became available at car rental companies.People were needed to build roads.These jobs and many others still exist because of the automobile. 24.The first automobiles were made in . A.Japan B.England C.America D.Germany 25.From paragraph 2,we know that mass production cars were than handmake ones. A.more difficult to make B.more expensive C.much cheaper D.easier to operate 26.From paragraph 4,we may learn that with existence of cars . A.people’s living areas expanded B.people lived closer to their work C.cities became more crowded D.people rushed to the suburbs 27.The automobiles industry . A.added to working opportunities B.changed the ways of eating C.improved the road conditions D.reduced the office hours C In Western society, especially in the English-speaking world, the chance for young people to see the other countries and experience life is considered important. Many young people, when they finish school at the age of 18, take a gap year before they go to university. Parents often want their children to grow up a little and see what the real world is like when they finish school. Although they are worried about their safety, many think that the advantages of independence and experience are worth the worries. Children are encouraged to be brave, independent and to explore the world on their own or with friends. Young people also want to experience freedom and see what life is like on the other side. This other side could be the other side of the world or just the other side of life. For example, if they have a rich life, they may want to see how people in poor areas live. A gap year after school is also an important chance for young people to spend time thinking about what they want to do with their lives. A little bit of growing up and experience will help them make their important career decisions, especially when they are unsure about what they want to study. Another reason for going straight after school is to get a break from studying before they start the next few years of university. So anywhere you travel in the world, you will meet young European people exploring the world. So much of the world has been travelled and explored. The young people are now looking for more worthy experiences. Some of them work as volunteers to do something for the country they are visiting. Many gap year volunteers are now spending a few months teaching English in Thailand, helping feed giant pandas in China or building a well(井) in a village in Africa. These young people’s wish to explore the world is an expression of the values of the societies that they are part of. Both discovering the world and making a positive difference in it are important parts of the Western mind. 28.Which is NOT a reason for young people to take a gap year? A. Young people want to take a break from studying. B. Young people want to be sure about what to study. C. Parents encourage them to be brave and independent. D. Parents encourage them to live a free and wealthy life. 29.Now a gap year volunteer might do something more valuable like . A. experiencing different cultures B. helping protect rainforests in Brazil C. making friends with more people D. enjoying traditional local food 30.By taking a gap year, young people may . A. stay with their parents all the time B. make money for their further study C. help change the world for the better D. change the Western mind completely 31.The purpose of writing this article is to . A. show different opinions about gap year B. offer readers information about gap year C. discover new ways to take a gap year D. tell young people when to take a gap year D Getting stuck in a traffic jam is one of the most boring problems for people living in big cities.The fact that you’re moving so slowly leads too stress,anger and the wish that your car could just fly over the traffic like an airplane. Soon,however, that wish could come true .On May 8, US car-renting company Uber showed off what it described as “the transportation mode of the future: on-demand air transport,”reported ABC News . According to Nikhill Goel, head of products for Uber Air, the company's air taxi service may launch test flights in the US cities of Dallas and Los Angeles , as well as Dubai in the United Arab Emirates, as early as 2020. If everything goes according to plan, passengers will be able to fly to work by 2023 . When the Olympics comes to Los Angeles in 2028 . Uber “expects to have hundreds , if not thousands , of its aircraft in the skies.” Goel told Newsweek . So what would Uber's flying vehicles be like ? They are small , electric aircraft that take off and land vertically (垂直地) , ther give off zero emissions (排放) and are quiet enough to operate in cities . Just like an airplane , the vehicles will have fixed wings to help them glide . But while a helicopter has just one big fixed rotor (定量) . Uber's vehicles will have multiple rotors , which will help increase fuel efficiency (效率) while reducing emissions and noise. Because of these fixed wines and multiple rotors . Uber’s flying taxis“should be quieter and safer than a helicopter.” reported ABC News . However , the service still has a long way to go before it's ready to accept passengers.For example , to avoid any potential accidents . Uber is working with NASA to study air traffic control problems associated with low-flying aircraft. But just as Dubai's Mayor Betty Price said in a news release . “This program is revolutionary and future -oriented (面向未来的). ” 32. Uber 's flying taxis are expected to start to take passengers in A.2020 B.2023 C.2028 D.2030 33. How are ber s flying taxis different from helicopters? A. They have one big rotor B. They need more fuel to fly. C. They have fewer fixed wings D. They should be quieter and safer 34. Which is true about the flying cars according to the passage? A. They can be as efficient as airplanes and helicopters B. They must be in larger number a few years later. C. They nearly do no harm to the environment. D. They will surely help passengers avoid accidents 35. What is the passage mainly about? A Ubers plan to launch flying taxis B. The advantages of Ubers flying taxis C. Different opinions about Uber's flying taxis. D. The difficulties Uber is facing in testing flying vehicles 第二节(共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分) 根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为 多余选项。 Castles(城堡)and temples wear away after hundreds of years, but the symbols and E-books came from the development of words on the stone often survive. 36 . science and technology, and can be read online. Many people believe that regular books will be one day replaced by e-books. Books and e-books share lots of similarities. They are both items created by great minds, 37 . You can draw lines or highlight some details on books or e-books as notes. The notes can be kept for a long time. 38 .Firstly, books dont have to be charged, while e-books need electricity if we want to read them. Meanwhile, spending too much time reading e-books may do harm to our eyes. Moreover, e-books don't share the same weight when held in the hand as regular books, nor do they give that sense of fulfillment that comes from finishing a thick book. However,e-book devices(设备)are easy to carry. 39 . A disadvantage of e-book devices is that people tend to get distracted(分心)when they’re using one, as many devices often have apps or games on them. 40 . Whichever you prefer, both books and e-books are just a way to help us gain knowledge and get to know other people 's experiences. They are both necessary, so it's too early to say one will disappear. A. But they have diferences as well B Thev take less space than books C Indeed our lives are formed bv what books we read D. This is similar to how the words in books manage to live on E. They all have an index to introduce the main topic of each book F But with a regular book, your mind is always absorbed in the words G Each individual can decide wheh readmg method is best for them based on their own needs 第三部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分40分) 第一节 完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分) 阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项 The accident happened on a Sepember night in 2013. A vehicle struck my car from behind 41 I was driving home. At the hospital. the doctors 42 I was a quadriplegic(四肢瘫痪者) and told me I wasn’t going to be able to move anything from my neck 43 .I had lost the 44 of almost every muscle and was very weak. I realized that my life was 45 .My head 46 like a heavy ball and I couldn't hold it up. I was unable to use a phone, and unable to or wash myself. I couldn’t grasp anything: a fork or spoon was too 48 to pick up. However, I saw a glimpse 49 and was inspired by other patients with 50 like mine in the recovery center The first year was slow and I didnt see much 51 .But I had to learn to be 52 with myself. and to enjoy every 53 going forward. I was determined to walk again, so giving up was no longer a(n) 54 . I struggled hard on my recovery(康复) and still do to this day. I'm now moving my 55 and arms on my own, doing things like swimming and yoga. All of this is 56 my doctors wrong, and is turning the page from the impossible to the possible. My family, friends and team encourage me to 57 to work harder. I believe that this difficulty Is an opportunity to 58 and become stronger. T'm sure my story will inspire others not to 59 If I learned one 60 from my car accident, it's this: Never give up on hope. 41. A. while B. after C before D. because 42. A. guessed B. experimented C concluded D showed 43. A. up B down C. forward D. inside 44. A. use B. sight C. touch D. contact 45. A. wrong B.simple C.impossible D. different 46. A. looked B shook C held D. felt 47. A. see B. find C. feed D touch 48. A heavy B. strange C small D. large 49. A courage B. hope C. future D happiness 50. A. fears B embarrassments C.shortcoming D. injuries 51. A movement B.success C.progress D. influence 52. A satisfied B. patient C. strict D.pleased 53. A moment B.sight C. result D.sign 54. A method B choice C. introduction D aim 55. A head B hand C. legs D. stomach 56. A. testing B.pointing C. blaming D proving 57. A. continue B. stop C. return D. start 58. A. increase B.move C. grow D exercise 59. A slow down B.give up C. carry on D. fall behind 60. A class B.story C. experience D. lesson 第二节(共10小题:每小题1分,满分10分) 阅读下面短文,在空白处填入1个适当的单词或括号内单词的正确形式 The Silk Road is in fact a relatively recent term. These ancient roads had no particular name until in the mid-19th century, a European 61 (name)the trade and communication network the Silk Road. Since then the term 62 (accept)globally. In the nineteenth century, a new type of travelers stepped onto the Silk Road, who were eager 63 (look)for adventure. Researchers who came from many countries traveled through the Taklamakan Desert. 64 is now in Xinjiang,to explore ancient sites along the Silk Road 65 (lead) to many discoveries and studies, and most of all,a renewed interest 61 the history of these routes. Today, many historic 67 (build) and monuments still stand, marking the passage of the Silk Road through hotels, ports and cities. What's more, the remarkable network is reflected in 68 large number of cultures,languages,customs and religions that have developed for many years along these routes The passage of merchants and travelers of many 69 (difference)nationalities resulted not only in commercial exchange, but in a widespread and continual process of cultural interaction 70 (obvious),it has become a driving force in the formation(形式)of diverse societies. 第四部分 书面表达(共三节,满分40分) 第一节 单词拼写(共5小题:每小题1分,满分5分) 根据首字母或括号内所给汉语提示,完成下列单词的拼写,使句意明确,语言通顺. 1.Much to the fans'd ,the star never turned up at the party. 2.I have a suit but I only wear it on special o . 3. (上瘾)to playing games, his young son performed quite poor in the exam 4 Is three o'clock (方便)for you? 5. Many women have abandoned their (传统)role as wife and mother. 第二节 完成句子(共5小题:每小题2分,满分10分) 请根据汉语提示完成下列句子,每空限填一词。 1. difficulty and danger, he was calm and brave. 面对困难和危险,他勇敢而镇定 2. This is the third time that she . 这是她第三次访问中国 3. These old buildings possibly the 13th century 这些古老建筑始建于13世纪 4.The film is a novel. 这部电影改编自一篇小说 5. He caught a bad cold because he went out yesterday. 他感冒了,因为他昨天外出没有穿外套。 第三节 写作(满分25分) 假如你是李华,你的美国丽友 Tom Smith计划在暑假期间到北京旅游一周,写信向你咨询相关事宜。请你按照以下几个方面给他写一封回信 1.推荐景点 2.介绍出行方式 3.注意事项 注意: 1.词数100左右 2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯 高一下学期模块考试英语试题参考答案 第一部分 听力(共两节,每小题1.5分, 满分30分) 1—5 CABAA 6—10 ACBCB 11—15 CBBCA 16—20 ACBBC 第二部分 阅读理解(共两节,满分40分) 第一节(共15小题,每小题2分,满分30分) 21-23CBA 24-27 DCAA 28-32 DBCB 33-35BDCA 第二节(共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分) 36-40 DEABF 第三部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分40分) 第一节 完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分) 41-45ACBAD 46-50DCABD 51-55CBABC 56-60 DACBD 第二节:(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分) 61. named 62. has been accepted 63. to look 64. which 65. leading 66. in 67. buildings 68. a 69. different 70. Obviously 评分标准:按参考答案形式给分,大小写形式不对不得分。 第四部分 书面表达(共三节,满分40分) 第一节 单词拼写(共5小题;每小题1分,满分5分) 1. disappointment 2. occasions 3. Addicted 4. convenient 5. traditional 评分标准:按参考答案形式给分,大小写形式不对不得分。 第二节 完成句子(共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分) 1. Faced with 2. has visited 3. date from 4. adapted from 5. without his/a coat on 评卷标准:按空给分,每空形式和参考答案一致。如果出现参考答案以外的,符合句意且形式正确的,也可给分。 第三节 写作(满分25分) (参考例文略) 听力原文: Text 1 M: What should we bring to the picnic on Sunday? W: Tom and Mary usually take plenty of drinks and fruit. So, let’s bring some desserts instead. Text 2 M: That movie was great! The acting is always good in movies with a famous director. W: The music was good, too. But I think the beautiful scenery was the best part. Text 3 M: Are you coming to watch me play baseball today? The game is at four. W: Sure, I’d love to see it. The last time I saw you play, you did a great job. Text 4 M: So, Mary, have you made up your mind about what to do after you finish school? W: I was going to be a high school teacher, but my parents got me a job as an assistant for a famous lawyer. Text 5 M: Now open your mouth wider. W: Ah… M: Oh, good girl. Well, I can see what’s happening. There is a hole in your tooth. Text 6 W: Wow, your backpack is heavy. What do you have in there? M: Well, I have five books for all my classes. I also have ten pencils in my pencil case. I have a ruler and two or three erasers. And I have my big dictionary. W: That’s a lot to bring around with you! Does your back hurt? M: It does, but I’m used to it. I need to have all of my things with me for class. Text 7 M: Oh no, Kelsey. I lost my car keys. What should I do? W: Check the lost and found, Tim. It’s in the main office. Maybe someone saw them and brought them there. M: Okay, good idea. What if they’re not there? W: Try to think about the last time you had them. Do you remember? M: Well, I drove here to work this morning. Then I went to my friend David’s office to say hi. Then I came up here to my office. They must be in David’s office! I’ll go look. Thanks for your help, Kelsey![来源:Zxxk.Com] Text 8 M: Millie, tomorrow is your mom’s 50th birthday. Do you know that? W: Of course. What should we do for it?[来源:学科网ZXXK] M: First of all, a birthday present. What about buying her a beautiful skirt? W: That’s a good idea. It’ll make her look younger. And a big birthday cake, too. M: Right. Should we have a special dinner? W: How about a Chinese dinner?[来源:Zxxk.Com] M: Fine. Where shall we have it?[来源:学科网ZXXK][来源:Z+xx+k.Com] W: We can have it at home. I’ve learned to cook a few dishes from a Chinese friend. I’m sure mom will like them. M: All right. Are you going to the grocery store to buy some food as well? W: Yeah. Why don’t we go together, Dad? M: I’d love to. When? W: How about this afternoon? M: OK. Text 9 M: Hi, Anna! How is your new house? You moved into a new house over the summer, right? W: I did! My dad got a different job across town, so we moved closer to his work. Our new house is great. I have a big room with a table to do my homework, as well as some nice furniture to store all my clothes and books. M: That sounds nice! What about the rest of the house? W: I love it. It has big rooms and many windows. And my mom planted flowers and trees all around it. It’s really pretty—a lot nicer than our old house. My old room was small, and the old house was ugly with no flowers. But I still miss it! M: I’m happy for you! I’d love to come over and see it sometime. Maybe this weekend or next weekend? W: This Saturday would be good, Dave! I just need to ask my mother. Text 10 Stevie Wonder was born in Michigan in 1950. He was born six weeks early, and as a result, his eyes did not grow properly. He has been blind his whole life. Despite his disability, Stevie Wonder grew up playing music and learning about music. He began recording music as a small boy, and he started his professional career at the age of 11. The style of music that Stevie Wonder plays is called rhythm and blues, with some Motown influence. His songs are world-famous, including such songs as Living for the City and Sir Duke. In his career, Stevie Wonder has had over 30 songs in the Top 10 and has received 25 Grammy Awards for his music. He sings from his heart, and his songs are very positive and are often about love and happiness. Stevie Wonder has always been very interested in his African roots, and he often wears African-style clothing. He is an amazing musician who has influenced many artists over the years. 2018.07

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    I grew up in a family that ate dinner together every evening. Although my parents enjoyed wine, they rarely drank during the week and always in moderation (节制). As for myself, I wasn’t interested in alcoholic drinks and neither were my high school friends.
    So when I arrived on campus for my first year of university life, I was a bit shocked. Many different events had been organized for the freshmen, but they all had one thing in common — alcohol, and plenty of it. Not wanting to be left out, I joined a few of the events. But I always returned home early, feeling disappointed. Your personality, interests and experiences didn’t matter at all, only how many alcoholic drinks you could absorb before passing out (喝醉). It seemed shallow to me. I wanted to get to know my new coursemates, not how fast they could down a pint of beer.
    Gradually, however, I realized that real friends don’t judge you by how much you can drink and there were other ways of making friends. I joined a photography society, took a first aid course, and every weekend I went cycling with a coursemate. I found that by engaging in these activities and sharing the fun of learning new skills together in a group, I formed much stronger bonds with my new friends than even the strongest alcoholic drinks could encourage.
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    第I卷(选择题) 一、完形填空 When I saw Yosemite National Park for the first time at the age of 13, I was crazy about it. My parents took us there for camping. On the way out, I asked them to wait while I ran up to El Capitan, a ___1___ rock of 3,300 feet straight up. I touched that giant rock and knew ___2___ I wanted to climb it. That has been my life’s passion (钟爱) ever since —— ____3__ the rocks and mountains of Yosemite. I’ve long made Yosemite my ___4___. About 15 years ago I started seeing a lot of ___5___, like toilet paper, beer cans, and empty boxes, around the area. It’s ___6___ me why visitors started respecting the place ___7___ and treated such a beautiful home-like place this way. I tried ___8___ trash myself, but the job was too big. I would ___9___ an hour or two on the job, only to find the area trashed all over again weeks later. Finally, I got so __10____ it that I decided something had to change. As a rock-climbing guide, I knew ___11___ about organizing any big event. But in 2004, together with some climbers, I set a date for a __12____. On that day, more than 300 people __13____. Over three days we collected about 6,000 pounds of trash. It was amazing how much we were able to ____14__. I couldn’t believe the ___15___ we made —— the park looked clean! ================================================ 压缩包内容: 2017-2018学年吉林省长春外国语学校高二下学期期末考试英语试题(解析版).doc

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    一、完形填空 I fell in love with reading when I was a child. Through reading, I developed a good?_1___?with my parents. _2__?as a second-generation South Korean in America, I was raised in an environment in which my parents?__3__?to settle in American culture. My parents were awkward, strange and different. Their limitations as immigrants(移民)?_4___?me; as a child, I was alone and quiet. I grew up in a family where I was?_5__?to speak English. I wanted to?_6___?the depth of the books I read but the words?_7___?me, like my parents. I wasn’t able to change the situation?_8___?I was placed in, but I worked very hard. Every?_9___, I went to the library to check out new books. I would have?_10___?reading all the books by Friday afternoons. I became a better?__11__. Pretty soon, I was the?__12__?reader in the class. People would look at me in?_13__?as they saw me read 500-page books in only a few days. But I believe the greatest?__14__?was reading every night to my parents. Every evening, we?__15__?together in our living room, and I read to them. Slowly but surely, our?__16__?grew. My parents can communicate with others?__17__; for me, grammar quizzes became a piece of cake. ================================================ 压缩包内容: 2017-2018学年吉林省长春市高一外国语高级学校高一下学期期末考试英语试题(解析版).doc

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    河南省鹤壁市2017-2018学年高一下学期期末考试英语试题 第I卷 (考试时间:100分钟 试卷满分:150分) 第一部分听力(百强校英语解析团队专供)(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. What does the man play? A. Sports. B. Musical instruments. C. Computer games. 2. What will the woman probably do today? A. Attend the wedding. B. Go over her lessons. C. Eat out with the man. 3. What's the man’s major? A. Journalism. B. Business. C. International relations. 4. Where does this conversation take place? A. At a bus stop. B. At the railway station. C. At the airport. 5. What does the man mean? A. He has been to the restaurant many times. B. He heard about the restaurant from Tom. C. He intends to try a better restaurant. 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,各小题将给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独自读两遍。 听第6段材料,回答第6至8题。 6. Who says organic(有机的)food tastes better? A. The man. B. The woman. C. The woman’s fiend. 7. What does the woman suggest doing? A. Only buying organic products. B. Trying some organic vegetables. C. Asking Joe for advice about food. 听第7段材料,回答第8、9题。 8. What does the woman think of washing clothes by herself? A. Boring. B. Fun. C. Not a big deal. 9. Why will she take her clothes to the laundry tomorrow? A. It’s too tiring to hand-wash sheets. B. She has too much work to do. C. She just heard about the laundry. 听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。 10. What happened to Tony today? A. He lost his job. B. He was criticized by his boss. C. His vacation in summer was put off. 11. How did he feel about it? A. Astonished. B. Extremely angry. C. Sad but not surprised. 12. What is he going to do? A. Wait to be called back to the company. B. Talk with his boss about his problems. C. Start to look for a new job. 听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。 13. Where did chopsticks start? A. In Japan. B. In China. C. In Korea. 14. What kind of chopsticks are often used by ordinary Chinese people? A. Wood or bamboo ones B. Silver ones. C. Plastic ones. 15. Why did ancient kings and emperors use silver chopsticks? A. To show their wealth. B. To see if their food was poisoned. C. To show their power. 16. What do Chinese people think knives and forks suggest? A. Violence. B. High quality life. C. Gentleness. 听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。 17. What course is English Literature 201? A. A course on the works of William Shakespeare. B. A course on the history of English literature. C. A course on classics of English literature. 18. When will the midterm exam be held? A. After Romeo and Juliet. B. Right after Macbeth. C. During Week 6. 19. Which of the following is NOT on the list of books? A. Hamlet. B. Macbeth. C. Henry VI. 20. What is the talk mainly about? A. Changes in homework assignments. B. The life of William Shakespeare. C. William Shakespeare’s masterpieces. 第二部分:阅读理解(百强校英语解析团队专供)(共两节,满分40分) 第一节(共15小题;每小题2分,满分30分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A The Oklalhoma teen’s eyes were covered by two blindfolds(眼罩). She didn’t know she would meet her father, James, after 12-year separation. “I had actually discussed with her the night before at a restaurant and talked over the details of where we would go and how we would pull them of,” said Amanda, Rory Beth’s mother. A video shows Amanda led her blindfolded daughter out of their car and guided her across the parking lot of Broken Arrow Lanes in Broken Arrow. Little did she know, her father was on the sidewalk holding a birthday cake that read, “Happy Birthday Rory Beth, Love Dad.” When the teen slowly pulled down her blindfolds, she was extremely surprised. Both the father and daughter stood silently looking at each other until James finally walked over and hugged her. James only broke their embrace to look at his daughter and hold her face. “There were definitely lots of tears from James, myself, and boys, and even a few bystanders,” said Amanda. James was a truck driver who spent a lot of time on the road, so Amanda ended the marriage with him when Rory Beth was a baby. “It was hard to figure out how to make it work,” Amanda said. Amanda felt Rory Beth was now old enough to understand and to ask any questions she may have, so the reunion happened. The birthday surprise was on June 4, and the father and daughter had seen each other again since, even celebrating Father’s Day together. Amanda said her daughter and James were both delighted to be together. “She’s already calling him ‘daddy’ and tells him that she loves him.” Amanda said. 1. Why were Rory Beth’s eyes covered? A. Her eyes are sensitive to light. B. She was ready to receive a surprise. C. She was playing hide-and-seek. D. She just received an eye operation. 2. What does the underlined word “them” in paragraph 2 refer to? A. The blindfolds. B. The teen’s eyes. C. Her birthday presents. D. The details of the party. 3. How did James react when he saw Beth? A. He laughed happily. B. He couldn’t believe his eye. C. He shouted and hugged his daughter. D. He couldn’t hold back his tears. 4. How was Rory Beth getting on with her father? A. She kept him at a distance. B. She couldn’t forgive him. C. She was happy to be with him. D. She felt it hard to accept him. 【答案】1. B 2. A 3. D 4. C 【解析】这是一篇记叙文。文章记叙了12岁的Rory Beth在父母离婚12年后与父亲再次重聚的情景。 1. 推理判断题。由第一段“The Oklahoma teen’s eyes were covered by two blindfolds (眼罩) . She didn’t know she would meet her father, James, after 12-year separation.”可知,Rory Beth的眼睛被眼罩蒙上,她不知道自己将会见到分离12年的父亲。由此可以推知,她的眼睛被蒙上就是为了给她一个惊喜。故B选项正确。 2. 词义猜测题。由第一段第一句可知,Rory Beth被眼罩遮住眼睛。第二段中的“I had actually discussed with her the night before at a restaurant and talked over the details of where we would go and how we would pull them off”提到,她的母亲前一天晚上和她讨论了如何将“它们”取下来。第四段中的“When the teen slowly pulled down her blindfolds”提到,Rory Beth慢慢地将眼罩摘了下来。很明显,them应该指的是眼罩,故A选项正确。 3. 考查细节理解题。由第四段中的“There were definitely lots of tears from James, myself, and boys, and even a few bystanders”可知,James见到女儿时,哭了。故D选项正确。 4. 推理判断题。由最后一段中的“"She’s already calling him ‘daddy’ and tells him that she loves him," Amanda said. "They’re both very committed."”可知,Rory Beth和父亲在一起很开心。C选项正确。 B BKLYN House Hotel There are works by Brooklyn artists in this hotel. The 116 rooms are of great value and Manhattan is only 20 minutes away by taxi or subway. The immediate surroundings feel urban—the hotel is by a high-rise public housing project while the nearest commercial street is under elevated(高的)subway tracks—but Bushwick’s best bars and cafes/restaurants are near-by. Doubles from $99, room only. Tel: 718 3884433 Archer Hotel Visitors eager to stay in the heart of Manhattan should try one of the bargain-priced rooms at this hotel. Some start from as low as $179 a night (if prepaying in full). Rooms are small but tasteful, with nice touches such as exposed brick. Some have close-up views of the Empire State Building. Doubles from $199, room only. Tel: 212 7194100 Pod 39 Hotel In an elegant brick building in Manhattan's Murray Hill, this excellent budget(预算)option opened following the success of its sister hotel, The Pod. The rooms are called pods given for their small size and may not suit everyone. But with prices among the most competitive in Manhattan, budgeters will be happy. Doubles from $95, room only. Tel: 212 8655700 CitizenM New York Times Square This is the first US location for a Netherlands-based concept hotel chain—CitizenM. The hotel features self check-in at its 230 little but comfortable rooms via touch screen “Mood-Pads”. There’s a rooftop bar, a 24-hour grab-and-go cafeteria and an area with public iMac workspaces. Although New Yorkers avoid nearby Times Square, all the lights, cameras and action can make it a fun tourist experience. Doubles from $170, room only. Tel: 212 319 7000 5. If you like some art works, which hotel should you choose? A. Archer Hotel. B. Pod 39 Hotel. C. BKLYN House Hotel. D. CitizenM New York Times Square. 6. Which number should you dial if you want to live in the heart of Manhattan? A. 212 319 7000. B. 718 388 4433 C. 212 719 4100. D. 212 865 5700. 7. Who are likely to be attracted to live in Pod 39 Hotel? A. Those who have a tight budget. B. Those who want to go shopping. C. Those who like self check-in service. D. Those who enjoy themselves in a rooftop bar. 【答案】5. C 6. C 7. A 【解析】试题分析:这是一篇应用文。介绍了纽约的几家比较便宜的旅馆,包括旅馆价格、主要特色和周围的环境等。 5. 细节理解题。由第一段的“This hotel features works by Brooklyn artists.”可知,BKLYN House Hotel中的装饰着布鲁克林艺术家的作品。故选C。 6. 细节理解题。由Archer Hotel中的“Visitors eager to stay in the heart of Manhattan should try one of the bargain-priced rooms at this hotel. ”可知,想要住在曼哈顿中心的游客应该到这家酒店阐释价格低廉的客房,联系电话是212 719 4100。故选C。 7. 推理判断题。由Pod 39 Hotel中的“But with prices among the most competitive in Manhattan, budgeters will be happy.”可知,预算紧张的人会喜欢这家宾馆。故选A。 【点睛】 事实细节题属于细节类的阅读理解题,一般只针对某个特定的细节,题型可以多种多样。此类题型一般分为两种,第一种是直接理解题,在原文中可以直接找到答案;第二种是词义转换题,正确选项是原文有关词语和句子的转换。做此类试题一定要抓住事件发生的时间、地点、人物、发展过程和结局等环节,所选答案一定要符合原文,切不可望文生义。小题1是直接细节题,在原文中可以直接找到答案。由第一段的“This hotel features works by Brooklyn artists.”可知,BKLYN House Hotel中的装饰着布鲁克林艺术家的作品。故选C。 C My reason for starting our family tradition of reading in the car was purely selfish: I could not bear listening to A Sesame Street Christmas for another 10 hours. My three children had been addicted to this cassette(磁带)on our previous summer road trips. As I began to prepare for our next 500-mile car trip, I came across a book—Jim Trelease’s—The Read Aloud Handbook. This could be the answer to my problem. I thought. So I put Roald Dahl’s James and the Giant Peach into my bag. When I began to read aloud the tale of the boy who escapes the bad guys by hiding inside a giant peach, my three kids argued and fought with each other in their seats. But after several lines, they were attracted into the rhythm of the words and began to listen. We soon learned that the simple pleasure of listening to a well-written book makes the long miles pas more quickly. Sometimes reading became the most interesting part of the trip. I read Wilson Rawls’s Summer of the Monkeys as we spent two days driving to the beach. We arrived just behind the power crews restoring(恢复)electricity after a tropical storm. The rain continued most of the week, and the beach was covered with oil washed up by the storm. When we returned home, I asked my son what he liked about the trip. He answered without hesitation “The book you read in the car.” Road trips still offer challenges, even though my children now are teenagers. But we continue to read as we roll across the country. And I’m beginning to see tat reading aloud has done more than help pass the time. For at least a little while, we are not shut in our own electronic worlds. And maybe we've started something that will pass on to the next generation. 8. Why did the author start reading in the car? A. She wanted to have a better journey. B. She wanted to keep a family tradition C. Her children were addicted to reading. D. Her children were tired of the cassette. 9. How did the children react after the author read a few lines? A. They kept fighting. B. They hid themselves. C. They soon settled down. D. They read together aloud. 10. What can we learn about the author and her family’s trip to the beach? A. They were caught in a storm. B. They enjoyed reading on the road. C. They had a good time on the beach. D. They found reading boring. 11. Which can be the best title for the text? A. Better Traveling than Reading B. Books that Changed My Children C. Road Trips Full of Challenges D. Reading Makes Great Road Trips 【答案】8. A 9. C 10. B 11. D 【解析】本文讲述了作者原本开启家庭传统—“在车里阅读 “的动力完全是自私的,没想到它竟然使枯燥的旅程变得有趣享受。 8. 推理判断题。My motivation for starting our family tradition of reading in the car was purely selfish: I could not bear listening to A Sesame Street Christmas for another 10 hours.得知作者忍受不了在旅途10小时中一直听芝麻街圣诞,所以为了使旅途更愉快,他开启了阅读的传统。故选A。 9. 事实细节题。根据But after several lines, they were attracted into the rhythm of the words and began to listen,得知作者在车里给孩子们读书,没读几行孩子们就安静了。故选C。 11. 主旨大意题。根据上下文得知本文讲述了作者原本开启家庭传统—“在车里阅读 “的动力完全是自私的,没想到它竟然使枯燥的旅程变得有趣享受。因此最佳标题是“阅读使旅途变得美好“。故选D。 D Driverless technology will soon enter another major global industry: shipping. Several companies recently announced plans to start self-sailing ships to improve safety and efficiency(效率). One of them is Norwegian chemical company Yara International. Yara has designed to build an autonomous ship expected to start next year. The ship is fully electric to reduce air pollution. It is designed to carry containers normally transported by truck. This means the ship will also improve road safety by replacing about 40,000 truck trips a year. Yara plans to operate the ships by remote control beginning sometime next year. By 2020, the ships should be loading and sailing themselves. Another company focusing on self-sailing ships is the world's largest mining company, Australia’s BHP Billiton. The company’s Vice President of Freight, Rashpal Bhatti, recently spoke about the technology. He said, “I believe automation(自动化)will be one of the biggest changes for shipping in the future.” Autonomous ships offer important chances to improve safety and provide better efficiency results to the marine supply chain. He added that self-sailing ships could become a reality within the next decade. Rolls-Royce, the British automobile and engine manufacturer, is also developing unmanned shipping technologies. Oskar Levander is the company’s head of marine operations. He told a conference last year, “This is happening. It’s not if, it’s when.” Several shipping companies have invested hundreds of millions of dollars to develop self-sailing ships expected to be used by 2025. These ships will be equipped with technology to collect weather and sea data. They will then use the data to plan out the safest, shortest and most fuel-efficient route. 12. Which one is the advantage of the driverless ship according to the passage? A. Environmental friendly. B. Without noise. C. Low cost. D. Having stronger ship body. 13. What can we learn from paragraph3? A. Australia’s BHP Billiton is the world’s largest ship company. B. The ships will work almost automatically by 2020. C. Bhatti isn’t sure of the future of driverless ship. D. Self-sailing ships will be used widely in a couple of years. 14. What attitude does Oskar Levander have to the new driverless ship? A. Unsure. B. Doubtful. C. Confident. D. Objective. 15. Where is probably the passage taken from? A. A physics textbook. B. A book review. C. An advertisement. D. A science report. 【答案】12. A 13. B 14. C 15. D 【解析】本文是一篇说明文,主要运用举例说明的方法,介绍了挪威、澳大利亚以及英国的劳斯莱斯等三家公司的具体实例,具体说明无人驾驶技术在海洋运输方面的使用及其优势所在。 12. 细节理解题。根据第二段第三句The ship is fully electric to reduce air pollution.可知无人驾驶的轮船最大的优势在于减少空气污染,所以环保是其最大的优势。故A项正确。 13. 细节理解题。根据第三段第二句By 2020, the ships should be loading and sailing themselves.可知到2020年,无人驾驶的轮船应该可以投入使用了。故B项正确。 14. 推理判断题。根据文章最后一段第三句He told a conference last year, “This is happening. It’s not if, it’s when.”可知Oskar Levander认为无人驾驶的轮船是一定会出现的,只是时间的问题。说明Oskar Levander对此非常有信心。故C项正确。 15. 推理判断题。本文是一篇说明文,主要运用举例说明的方法,介绍了挪威、澳大利亚以及英国的劳斯莱斯等三家公司的具体实例,具体说明无人驾驶技术在海洋运输方面的使用及其优势所在。与物理教材、书评或者广告内容无关,应该是一篇科技方面的文章。故D项正确。 第二节(共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分) 根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。 China has been the birthplace of many of the world’s greatest inventions. It was, for example, the first country to produce paper money. Before the invention of paper money and coins, people used many different kinds of things for buying and selling. ____16____ This exchange of goods and services for other goods and services is called bartering(物物交换). ___17___ In 1200 BC, people in China began to use shells as money. Usually the shells used as money were very small. This made it easier for people to carry money over long distances, and allowed for trade to develop between different parts of the country. In the years which followed this invention, many other countries around the world began to do the same. ___18___ The next development was in 1000 BC, when China started making bronze and copper shells. It wasn’t long before the Chinese made round coins out of metal. ____19____ By 500 BC, metal coins had begun to appear in countries like Persia and Greece, and later in the Roman Empire. About 1000 years later, leather was used as money in China, and in 806 AD, the first paper banknotes were produced by the Chinese people. ___20___ A. As time went by, trade between countries increased. B. People also began collecting foreign coins as souvenirs. C. They also used tiny shells as money for buying and selling. D. It was still many years before paper money appeared in Europe. E. However, as economies developed, such exchanges became impractical. F. During that time, for example, buying a chicken might cost several potatoes. G. The very first coins often had holes in them so that people could tie them together. 【答案】16. F 17. E 18. C 19. G 20. D 【解析】本文是一篇说明文,告诉我们中国是世界上第一个使用纸币的国家,同时详细说明了货币从物物交换到纸币的发展历程。 16. 根据横线后句This exchange of goods and services for other goods and services is called bartering.可知本段介绍的是货币发展最早期的物物交换。选项中只有F项中有“buying a chicken might cost several potatoes”属于物物交换的例子。故F项符合上下文要求。 17. 根据横线后一句In 1200 BC, people in China began to use shells as money.可知本段介绍了物物交换以后,人们使用贝壳作为媒介进行买卖交易,这主要是因为物物交换太不方便了。故E项符合上下文串联。 18. 根据横线前句“… many other countries around the world began to do the same.”可知很多国家也和古代的中国一样,使用贝壳作为媒介进行交易。故C项正确。 19. 横线前句“It wasn’t long before the Chinese made round coins out of metal.”告诉我们不久以后中国人就使用了金属的圆形硬币。说明本段介绍了使用金属货币作为媒介进行买卖。选项中只有G项内容与金属相关,符合本段的主要内容。 20. 横线前句告诉我们在公元806年,中国出现了纸币,根据文章之前的讲述可知西方国家在货币方面的发展要晚于中国,所以纸币在西方国家的出现时间也要晚于中国。故D项符合上下文串联。 第二部分:语言知识运用 完型填空(百强校英语解析团队专供)(共20小题;每小题2分,满分40分) 阅读下面短文,从短文后各题的A,B,C,D四个选项中,选出适合填入对应空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 When I was 16, I wrote a list of things I wanted to do in my lifetime. Some things were easy, some difficult and some almost ____21____. One of the things on the list was to do a ____22____. Two years ago I spent three months travelling with a friend and it was a great experience. One of the most ____23____ things we saw was Iguassu Falls. The day after we visited the waterfalls we were ____24____ in a hotel in Brazil, playing games when my friend ____25____ noticed an advertisement on the wall ____26____ “Skydive over Iguassu Falls today!”. I realized it was time to realize my ____27____. Today would be the day that we would jump out of a(n) ____28____. That afternoon we were ____29____ and taken to the Skydive Centre. We put on our harnesses(跳伞装备)and helmets, were given some ____30____ and then took off into the air. My heart started to beat very fast and I felt very ____31____. Luckily, I was ____32____ to an instructor so I didn’t have to worry about anything; I just had to ____33____ myself. He asked me if I was ready to fall from the plane but ____34____ I had enough time to ____35____, we fell to the ground at 400 km an hour! After about 40 seconds of ____36____, the parachute opened and everything slowed down. We ____37____ peacefully towards the earth, leaving the ____38____ behind us. This was definitely one of the scariest but most exciting ____39____ of my life. I would do another skydive if I had the ____40____. I think that everyone should do something that scares them once in a while! 21. A. simple B. complex C. unnecessary D. impossible 22. A. deed B. favor C. skydive D. survey 23. A. amazing B. largest C. unbelievable D. adventurous 24. A. sleeping B. resting C. working D. volunteering 25. A. absolutely B. slowly C. suddenly D. gradually 26. A. writing B. printing C. announcing D. saying 27. A. dream B. potential C. value D. opportunity 28. A. rocket B. ship C. window D. airplane 29. A. picked up B. brought back C. showed around D. turned down 30. A. preparations B. instructions C. food D. praise 31. A. comfortable B. satisfied C. curious D. nervous 32. A. devoted B. tied C. sensitive D. useful 33. A. feel B. prove C. help D. enjoy 34. A. though B. after C. before D. until 35. A. promise B. reply C. refuse D. hear 36. A. falling B. flying C. testing D. learning 37. A. flowed B. floated C. ran D. rose 38. A. birds B. colleagues C. clouds D. friends 39. A. scenes B. journeys C. lessons D. experiences 40. A. time B. money C. opportunity D. wish 【答案】21. D 22. C 23. A 24. B 25. C 26. D 27. A 28. D 29. A 30. B 31. D 32. B 33. D 34. C 35. B 36. A 37. B 38. C 39. D 40. C 【解析】这是一篇记叙文。作者记叙了自己一次跳伞的经历。 21. 考查形容词词义辨析。simple简单的;complex复杂的;unnecessary不必要的;impossible不可能的。作者列出了自己一生想做的事情,有的容易,有的困难。该空应该比difficult程度更大,故该空应表示“有的事情几乎是不可能的”。D选项正确。 22. 考查名词词义辨析。deed行为,行动;favor好感,关切;skydive跳伞;survey调查。由下文中的“"Skydive over Iguassu Falls today!" I realized it was time to realize my ____7____.”可知,作者的梦想之一就是去跳伞。故C选项正确。 23. 考查形容词词义辨析。amazing令人惊奇的;large大的;unbelievable令人难以置信的;adventurous爱冒险的。由上文中的“it was a great experience”可知,Iguassu Falls是作者和朋友看到的令人惊奇的事物之一。A选项正确。 24. 考查动词词义辨析。sleep睡觉;rest休息;work工作;volunteer主动做事者。作者和朋友在旅馆休息,玩游戏时突然注意到一个广告。B选项正确。 25. 考查副词词义辨析。absolutely绝对地;slowly慢慢地;suddenly突然地;gradually逐渐地。作者和朋友在旅馆休息,玩游戏时突然注意到一个广告。C选项正确。 26. 考查动词词义辨析。write写;print印刷;announce宣布;say(用文字,数字,图画)表达,说明。作者的朋友突然看到一个广告,其内容为"Skydive over Iguassu Falls today!"。D选项正确。 27. 考查名词词义辨析。dream梦想;potential潜力;value价值;opportunity机会。由第一段最后一句可知,跳伞是作者想做的事情之一,即作者的梦想之一。A选项正确。 28. 考查动词词义辨析。rocket火箭;ship船;window窗户;airplane飞机。由下文中的“He asked me if I was ready to fall from the plane but ____14____”可知,跳伞应该是从飞机上往下跳。故D选项正确。 29. 考查动词短语辨析。pick up捡起,接;bring back使记起,使想起;show around领某人参观;turn down拒绝。由后面的“taken”可知,作者他们被接到跳伞中心。A选项正确。 30. 考查名词词义辨析。preparation准备;instruction指导,命令;food食物;praise表扬。跳伞之前,教练给作者他们一些指导。B选项正确。 31. 考查形容词词义辨析。comfortable舒服的;satisfied满意的;curious好奇的;nervous紧张的。由前文的“My heart started to beat very fast”可知,作者在跳伞之前,心情紧张,心剧烈地跳动。D选项正确。 32. 考查形容词词义辨析。devoted忠诚的,专心的;tied被捆住的,被系住的;sensitive敏感的;useful有用的。作者和教练系在一起,所以作者不用担心别的事,只管享受跳伞就可以了。B选项正确。 33. 考查动词词义辨析。feel感觉;prove证明;help帮助;enjoy喜欢,享受。因为有教练,作者不用担心别的事,只管享受(跳伞)就可以了。D选项正确。 34. 考查连词词义辨析。though尽管;after在……之后;before在……之前;until直到。教练问作者是否准备好从飞机上跳下去。但是作者还没来的及回答,就已经以每小时400千米的速度朝着地面落去。C选项正确。 35. 考查动词词义辨析。promise承诺;reply回复,回答;refuse拒绝;hear听见。。教练问作者是否准备好从飞机上跳下去。但是作者还没来的及回答,就已经以每小时400千米的速度朝着地面落去。B选项正确。 36. 考查动词词义辨析。fall落下;fly飞;test检测,检验;learn学会。由前一句的“we fell to the ground at 400 km an hour”可知,向下落了40秒之后,降落伞打开了。A选项正确。 37. 考查动词词义辨析。flow流动;float漂浮;run跑;rise上升,上涨。上一句提到降落伞打开了,由此可知,作者他们在空中漂浮。B选项正确。 38. 考查名词词义辨析。bird鸟;colleague同事;cloud云;friend朋友。作者他们向下落,当然是把空中的云彩落在了身后。C选项正确。 39. 考查名词词义辨析。scene场景;journey旅程;lesson课,道理;experience经历。跳伞是作者一生中最令人害怕但同时也是最令人兴奋的经历之一。D选项正确。 40. 考查名词词义辨析。time时间;money钱;opportunity机会;wish愿望。如果有机会,作者还想再跳一次伞。C选项正确。 第II卷 第一部分短文改错(百强校英语解析团队专供)(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分) 41. 假定英语课上老师要求同来之间交换修改作文,请你修改你同来写的以下作文。文中共有10处语言错误,每句中最多有两处。错误涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。 增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧),并在其下面写出该加的词。 删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。 修改:在错的词下面画一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。 注意:1. 每处错误及其修改均仅限一词; 2. 只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。 I woke up lately yesterday because my alarm clock didn’t ring. With no time for the breakfast, I rushed out of my house. I had intended to catch the 7:30 subway, and I didn’t make it. Have a little time left, I take a taxi instead. I arrived at the school only find, with great sadness mixed with some relief, that the school where should have been full of students was empty. It was Saturday. However, our ill luck showed no sign of coming at an end. When I returned home, I found myself lock out. I had left my key at home. Just my luck. 【答案】1. lately-late 2. 去掉the 3. and→but 4. Have→Having 5. take→took 6. only后加to 7. where/that/which 8. our→my 9. at→to 10. lock→locked 【解析】小题1 考查副词。lately表示最近,而此处是醒晚了。故lately改为late。 小题2 考查冠词。?一日三餐前面通常不用the。故the去掉??。 小题3考查连词。句意是指我本打算赶7:0地铁,但是没有成功。上下文是转折关系。故and改为but。? 小题4 考查非谓语动词。前后主语一致,省略主语和be动词,表示主动,用现在分词。故Have改为Having. 小题5???本文是以一般过去时为主的,故使用一般过去时。故take改为took。??? 小题6 考查非谓语动词。表示出乎意料的结果用only to do形式,故find前面加to。 小题7 考查关系代词。school是先行词,在定语从句中做主语。故where改为which或that。 小题8 考查代词。 通篇讲述我的经历,故our改为my。 小题9 考查介词。come to an end是固定结构,表示结束。故at改为to。 小题10 考查非谓语动词。find+宾语+宾补,我和锁住是被动关系,用过去分词。故lock改为locked。 【名师点睛】 答题中注意句子中人称和数是否一致,如小题8 通篇讲述我的经历,故our改为my。 时态是否一致。如小题5???本文是以一般过去时为主的,故使用一般过去时。各种词性之间的区别以及一些常用句型,固定短语的应用。一般的这类题型不会出现太复杂的单词和句子,这类题型考察的就是我们的基础知识。平时应注重积累,熟记一些句型及惯用结构。如小题9 come to an end是固定结构,表示结束。修改前先细读短文,标出出错的位置,改完以后还得细读短文,看看改过后的短文是否语意通顺,符合逻辑。 第二部分书面表达(百强校英语解析团队专供)(满分30分) 42. 随着人们生活水平的提高,“广场舞大妈”们掀起了一场广场舞热潮,甚至把广场舞跳出了国门。请以广场舞为主题,完成一篇文章,内容包括: 1. 描述当前广场舞的现状 2. 分析这种现象产生的原因 3. 陈述利养以及表明个人态度 注意:1. 词数100左右; 2. 可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。 提示:广场舞square dance ____________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ 【答案】It is a common phenomenon that people, including the elderly people as well as some young people, will gather in the dancing square late in the evening due to the fact that people’s living standard and the awareness of doing physical exercise have improved. When it comes to square dance, it is universally acknowledged that it makes a tremendous difference to people’s life. For instance, not only .n dancing women promote the relationship with people but also it makes contribution to people’s health. However, dancing has some disadvantages despite its advantages. When dancing, the dancing women play loud music unconsciously, which gives to dissatisfaction. Personally speaking, I am definitely in favor of square dance. Meanwhile, I do hope the dancing women can try their best to regulate the volume of music. Only in this case can we create a harmonious community together. 【解析】本文属于开放性作文,要求考生描述广场舞的现状,分析广场舞变流行的原因并发表个人观点。广场舞的出现主要是因为人们生活水平变高以后健康意识有了很大的提高,而且广场舞不仅可以改善人们的健康水平,还可以改善人际关系;但同时广场舞也会带来噪音污染,给广场周围的人带来干扰。考生可以从利弊两方面着手分析,一分为二地看待问题,体现出思维的辩证性。 【点睛】开放性作文只给出了一个话题,对于考生的综合能力要求较高,要求考生有很强的谋篇布局的能力和组织要点的能力。本文最大的亮点在于结构非常完整,很好地完成了题干要求的所有任务,既分析了广场舞现状,分析了原因也说明了利弊。也使用了高级句式,如最后一句“Only in this case can we create a harmonious community together.”使用了部分倒装句;第二段最后一句“When dancing, the dancing women play loud music unconsciously, which gives to dissatisfaction.”使用了分词做状语以及定语从句,这些句式的运用大大提高了本文的层次。