本试卷为第Ⅰ卷（选择题）和第Ⅱ卷（非选择题）两部分.满分 120 分.考试时间 120 分钟。 第Ⅰ卷（选择题 共 85 分） 第一部分 听力（共两小节，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.Where will the woman most probably go? A. To the fourth floor. B. To the third floor. C. To the second floor. 2.How does the man look? A. Very tired. B. Very well. C. Very excited. 3.Who has given up smoking? A. Jack. B. Frank. C. The woman. 4.What does the man plan to do first? A. To tour in a city. B. To see his brother. C. To go back home. 5.What does the woman feel scared of? A. Attending an important party. B. Hosting an important party. C. Missing an important party. 第二节（共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 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 秒钟的做答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第 6 段材料，回答第 6、7 题。 6. Where are the two speakers? A. In a hotel. B. In a theater. C. At home. 7. What does the man want to do? A. To see a play. B. To play football. C. To watch TV. 听第 7 段材料，回答第 8、9 题。 8. Where is the woman going? A. To Paris. B. To Amsterdam. C. To Malaga. 9. What is the most probable relationship between the two speakers? A. Friends. B. Husband and wife. C. Strangers. 听第 8 段材料，回答第 10 至 12 题。 10. What is the woman’s destination? A. The 16th Street. B. Battery Park. C. A bookshop.
11. Why does she want to make a stop at Union Square? A. Because she is late. B. Because she wants to buy something there. C. Because Sally is waiting for her there. 12. What can we know about the man speaker? A. He is a bus driver. B. He is a taxi driver. C. He is a passer-by. 听第 9 段材料，回答第 13 至 16 题。 13. What is the man’s problem? A. His passport is missing. B. He can’t find his traveler’s checks. C. He has lost his credit card. 14. What did the man buy in the department store yesterday? A. A sports suit. B. A pair of sunglasses. C. A pair of trainers. 15. Where does this conversation most likely take place? A. At the boss’ office. B. At the Lost and Found. C. At the police station. 16. What can we know about the man from the conversation? A. He is too careless. B. He likes shopping. C. He is traveling abroad. 听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. Which month means different for sports fans? A. October. B. September. C. August. 18. Where will the World Series of Little League Baseball be held? A. New York City. B. Pennsylvania. C. New York State. 19. When is the Opening night of the National Basketball Association? A. October 31st. B. August 27th. C. October 21st. 20. What is true about the song “Take Me Out to the Ball Game”? A. It was written by a baseball fan. B. It was written for a baseball team. C. It was written over 100 years ago. 第二部分 英语知识运用（共 2 节，满分 35 分） 第一节 单项填空（共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 分） 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出可以填入空白处的最佳答案，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 21. As we all know, _________ car is becoming _________ popular way of transportation in big cities. A. the; a B. a; / C. the; / D. a; the 22. Facing the ________situation, the boss of the company looked____ A. puzzling, puzzled B. puzzling, puzzling
C puzzled, puzzled D. puzzled, puzzling 23. Many policemen and soldiers are ______ the forest _____ the prisoner escaping from prison. A. searching for; searching B. searching; searching C. searching; in search of D. in search for; searching for 24. Give them a hand this time and I am sure they will offer theirs ______ in the future. A. by turns B. in turn C. at turn D. in return 25. Now that she is out of a job, Lucy ___going back to school, but she hasn’t decided yet. A. had considered B. has been considering C. considered D. is going to consider 26. ----How are you getting along with your studies? ----I haven’t made ________I should. A. so more progress as B. as much progress as C. so many progress as D. such much progress as 27. “He will answer for it”, the boy said, ________ the man. A. referred B. referred to C. referring D. referring to 28. The terrible earthquake _________ many people leave their homes. A. caused B. made C. got D. left 29. He ____ in the north, but now he ____ here. A. used to live; is used to the life B. use to live; is used to live C. used to living; is used to living D. used to live; is used to live 30. Do you still remember the chicken farm _______ we visited three months ago? A. where B. when C. that D. what 31.Mum is coming. What present ___ for your birthday? A. you expect she has got B. you expect has she got C. do you expect she has got D .do you expect has she got 32. After he retired from office, Rogers ___ painting for a while, but soon lost interest. A .took up B. saved up C. kept up D. drew up 33.—Come on , please give me some ideas about the project. --- Sorry, with so much work ___ my mind , I always break down. A. filled B. filling C. to fill D. being filled 34. – English has a large vocabulary , hasn’t it ? -- Yes. _____ more words and expressions and you will find it easier to read and communicate. A .Know B. Knowing C. To know D. Known 35. ---You should apologize to her, Barry. --- _____, but it’s not going to be easy. A. I suppose so B. I feel so
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第二节 完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 20 分） 阅读下面短文，从短文所给各题的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中，选出可以填入空白处的 最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 David grew up poor. He started working in the 7th grade and by high school he was only going to school half days, 36 at 11 am to go to work. Lack of money meant lack of educational opportunities, but he had a 37 to learn. In his spare time he read books that he thought would 38 him succeed somewhere down the road. He was a hard worker, and rose above(克服) his 39 of higher education to provide for his family, 40 factory life had a bad effect on him physically, emotionally and 41 . It was, in his mind, killing him like a slow poison. In 1995 he bought his first computer and a few months later discovered the Internet. He wanted to be a part of it, and worked 48 or 42 hours a week in the factory, and worked another 40 or more hours a week 43 himself computer skills. He worked harder than he 44 had in his life, surfing the Internet over 100 hours a week. David began 45 jobs in the Internet and computer fields. He was 46 many times, but he never gave up. He had a goal and kept after it 47 he didn’t feel like it because 48 else seemed so hopeless. That kind of drive and perseverance almost always 49 . David left the factory and took a job in the computing field. This is a true story about 50 , a story about believing in 51 ; a story about finding what you love to do and 52 your dreams. My hope in writing this story is that, if you have a dream, you’ll be 53 enough to see it through(进行到底). It’s up to you to 54 it. Remember that even the farthest 55 always starts with the first step. 36. A. starting B. leaving C. arriving D. studying 37. A. time B. hope C. hunger D. chance 38. A. let B. have C. see D. help 39. A. lack B. choice C. favor D. desire 40. A. and B. so C. but D. as 41. A. individually B. spiritually C. energetically D. evidently 42. A. more B. fewer C. smaller D. some 43. A. showing B. teaching C. improving D. acquiring 44. A. even B. never C. ever D. just 45. A. doing B. creating C. applying for D. taking up 46. A. turned off B. put down C. held up D. turned down 47. A. even when B. if only C. even when D. as if 48. A. anywhere B. somewhere C. anything D. something 49. A. pays back B. puts off C. gets in D. pays off 50. A. wealth B. determination C. hardship D. love 51. A. yourself B. himself C. herself D. itself 52. A. developing B. following C. continuing D. reaching
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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，从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中，选出最佳选项。 A It was Monday, Mrs. Smith’s dog was hungry, but there was not any meat in the house. Considering that there was no better way, Mrs. Smith took a piece of paper, and wrote the following words on it: “Give my dog half a pound of meat.” Then she gave the paper to her dog and said gently: “Take this to the butcher（卖肉者）, and he’s going to give you your lunch today.” Holding the piece of paper in its mouth, the dog ran to the butcher’s shop. It gave the paper to the butcher. The butcher read it carefully, recognized that it was really the lady’s handwriting and presently did as he was asked to. The dog was very happy, and ate the meat up immediately. At midday, the dog came to the shop again. It gave the butcher a piece of paper again. After reading it, he gave it half a pound of meat once more. The next day, the dog came again exactly at midday. And as usual, it brought a piece of paper in the mouth. This time, the butcher did not take a look at the paper, and gave the dog its meat, for he had thought of the dog as one of his customers. However, the dog came again at four o’clock. And the same thing happened once again. To the butcher’s more surprise, it came for the third time at six o’clock, and brought with it a third piece of paper. The butcher felt a bit puzzled. He said to himself, “This is a small dog. Why does Mrs. Smith give it so much meat to eat today?” Looking at the piece of paper, he found that there were not any words on it! 56. When Mrs. Smith’s dog was hungry, what did she give to the dog? A. some chicken B. half a pound of meat C. a hot dog D a piece of paper with some words on it 57. Mrs. Smith treated her little dog quite __________. A. rudely B. proudly C. friendly D. angrily 58. From its experience, the dog found that __________. A. only the paper with Mrs. Smith’s words on it could bring it meat B. a piece of paper could bring him half a pound of meat C. the butcher would give the meat to it whenever he saw it D. Mrs. Smith would pay for the meat it got from the butcher 59. At the end of the story, you’ll find that __________. A. the dog was clever enough to write on the paper B. the butcher was told not to give any meat to the dog C. the dog dared not go to the butcher’s any more D. the butcher found himself cheated by the smart animal
B LOST AND FOUND FOUND ： Cat, 6 months old, black and white marking. Found near Linden and
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C Do you want to be a successful person? Would you like to know how successful people usually think and what drives them? Here I am going to tell you the key to success that successful people share. First of all, successful people never blame someone or something outside of themselves for their failure to move ahead. They realize that their future lies in their own hands. They understand that they can’t control things in life, such as nature, the past and other people. At the same time, they are well aware that they can control their own thoughts and actions. They take responsibility for their life. Perhaps what most separates successful people from others is that they live life “on purpose” --- they are doing what they believe they are put here to do. In their opinion, having a purpose in their life is the most important element that enables them to deal with things around them. They hold the view that when they live their life “on purpose”, their main concern is to do the job right. They live what they do. People want to do business with them because of their commitment. To live their
life “on purpose”, successful people find a cause they believe in and create a business around it. Besides, they never give up easily. Once they have set up goals in their life, they are willing to do whatever it takes to achieve their goals. To achievers always bear in mind what they don’t have forever. Rather than see this as negative or depressing, they would use the knowledge to spur themselves on and go after what they want energetically and passionately. So keep in mind what successful people always hold to be true so that you will have a clear idea of what you should do to be successful in life. 63. According to the passage, to be successful, ______. A. you should set up a realistic goal B. you should know your strengths and weaknesses C. you shouldn’t blame others for your failure D. you shouldn’t waste time 64. Which is NOT the key to success that successful people share? A. Taking responsibility for their life. B. Never giving up easily. C. Having a goal in life. D. Controlling things in life. 65. The underlined word “spur” in paragraph 4 probably means “______”. A. interest B. equip C. depend D. inspire 66. The author’s purpose in writing this passage is to ______. A. explain the exact meaning of success B. share the key to success with readers C. tell his experience of achieving success D. encourage readers to learn from failure D Junelle Lynch knocked on more than 200 doors in the Gayln Manor neighborhood of Brunswick in recent weeks. Her aim is to collect hundreds of pounds of food for the Brunswick Food Bank. “I like helping people a lot， ”said Junelle， who celebrated her 11th birthday in June. With the support of her parents Isabella and Robert，Junelle walked along the streets with an orange grocery bag( 杂 货 袋 ).Isabella always accompanies her daughter. Isabella helps her daughter by car，so Junelle can empty her grocery bag when it becomes heavy. Junelle's friend，Destiny Williams，helped the first night，but he didn't turn up the rest of the time. Neighbor Lynda Mallory donated food to Junelle. Mallory dropped noodles， canned soup，vegetables and fruits into Junelle's bag. After visiting the last house and looking at what she collected，Junelle said she felt good about what she achieved with the help of her neighbors. Working an hour a night three times per week，she has collected more than 400 pounds of canned and boxed food. This isn't the first year she's collected food. Junelle started nearly three years ago when，at 8 years old，she saw a collection box at a grocery store and decided to become involved. In her first year，she collected 80 pounds of food in the mostly undeveloped neighborhood，and 214 pounds the next year. The food helped feed many families.
When she isn't helping，Junelle is a straight?A student who snowboards，plays the trumpet，sings with the Brunswick Chorus，plays basketball and writes poems. She plans on spending her summer vacation attending a basketball camp. 67.According to the passage，Brunswick Food Bank is probably . A. a place to sell food to the poor B. a store to sell farm produce C. a bank for people to save and draw money D. an organization to help the poor by offering food 68.Who helped Junelle the most when she was collecting food？ A. Destiny Williams. B. Lynda Mallory. C. Isabella Lynch. D. Robert Lynch 69.Which of the following statements is TRUE about Junelle's food collecting？ A. She spent several hours on it each week. B. She did it following her father's advice. C. She started the activity to support her family. D. The food to be collected will increase year by year. 70.According to the passage，we know Junelle Lynch . A. always helps her neighbors B. is too busy to do well in her study C. is worried about her parents' health D. has many hobbies in school life 第 II 卷（共 35 分） 第一节 任务型阅读（共 10 小题，每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） 请认真阅读下列短文， 并根据所读内容在文章后表格中的空格里填入一个最恰当的单词。 注意：每个空格只填 1 个单词。请将答案写在答题卡上相应题号的横线上。 Manners nowadays in metropolitan cities like London are practically non-existent. It is nothing for a big, strong schoolboy to push an elderly woman aside to take the last remaining seat on the underway or bus. This question of giving up seats in public transport is much argued about by young men, who say that since women have claimed equality, they no longer deserve to be treated with politeness and that those who go out to work should take their turns in the rat race like anyone else. But women have never claimed to be physically strong as men. Even if it is not agreed, however, the fact remains that courtesy(礼节) should be shown to the old and the sick. Are we really so lost to all ideals of unselfishness that we can sit there indifferently(冷漠地) reading the paper or a book, saying to ourselves, “First come, first served” while a grey-haired woman, a mother with a young child or a cripple(残障者) stands? Yet this is all too often seen. Older people, tired and impatient from a day’s work, are not always considerate either — far from it. Many arguments break out as the older people push and squeeze(挤)each other to get on buses. One cannot approve this, of course, but one does feel there is just a little more excuse. It seems urgent, not only that communications in transport should be improved, but also that communication between human beings should be kept smooth and polite. All over cities, it seems that people are too tired and too rushed to be polite. Shop assistants won’t bother to assist; taxi drivers shout at each other as they dash dangerously around corners; bus conductors pull the bell before their desperate
passengers have time to get on or off the bus, and so on. It seems to us that it is up to the young to do their small part to stop such lowering of moral standards. Title：Manners in Metropolitan Cities Theme Politeness is (71) ▲ , especially in large cities. Phenomena Big, strong schoolboys push elderly women aside to (72) ▲ on the last remaining seats. Phenomena and Excuses Young men (73) politely. ▲ to treat women Women think they are(74) ▲ to men, so they should take their turns in the rat race like others. First come, first served. Excuses
Young people sit indifferently(75) ▲ while grey-haired women, mothers with (76) ▲ and disabled people stand by. The elderly themselves push each other to get on buses. (77) ▲
●Communications in transport are not satisfactory. ●Communication between people doesn’t go (78) ▲ and politely. ●People are too (79) ▲ and too rushed to care about others. Young people make an (80) standards. ▲ to stop such lowering of moral
第二节：书面表达（满分25分） 良好的人际关系是建设和谐社会的关键。假设你是李华，最近你校对“中学生如何交 友？”的话题展开讨论，大家发表了不同的看法。请你根据下面所给内容，写一封信给《21 世纪报 高中生版》 “Your Words”栏目，反映讨论情况。并说明你对如何交友看法。 为何交友 建立良好的人际关系，构建和谐社会 学习上的朋友 交友对象 生活上的朋友 情感上的朋友 如何交友 互帮互学，促进提高，?? 互助互利，摆脱困境，?? 倾诉烦恼，分享喜悦，??
注意： 1．对所给要点，逐一陈述，适当发挥，不要简单翻译。 2．词数 150 左右。开头和结尾已经写好，不计入总词数。 Dear editor, Recently our class have had a heated discussion on how middle school students should make friends. AS we all know,__________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________ Yours ever,
2014 年秋期中考试高一英语 参考答案
任务型阅读 71.disappearing/non-existent/missing/lacking/lost refuse/hate/dislike 76. children/babies 79. tired 74. equal 75. reading 78. smoothly 77. Causes/Analysis 72.sit/rest 73.
What I want to stress is that each of us should have a true friend. To make friends, we should try to remember the names of the people we contact and learn not to judge people by their appearances. Besides, we need to be friendly and care about them. When disagreement does occur, it's wise of us to talk it over to others. In brief, making true friends can really enable us to improve ourselves. Yours ever,Li Hua
听力录音稿 (Text 1) W: Excuse me, where are the women’s shoes? M: They’re on the third floor, next to the handbags. W: Thank you. (Text 2) W: Mike, you don’t quite seem yourself today. You okay? M: Well, I hardly slept last night. I’ve been studying for my exams these days. (Text 3) W: You mean Jack has stopped smoking, Frank? That’s amazing. M: Yes, it’s really amazing. He used to be a chain smoker, you know. W: What about you? Have you thought about quitting smoking? (Text 4) W: Summer vacation is coming. Have you already got any plan? M: Not really. But I’m going to head down to Vancouver Island to visit my brother for a few days first. We haven’t seen each other for a couple of years. Then maybe go back home. I’m a little homesick. (Text 5) W: I feel scared of hosting the evening party. You know, this is the first time for me to host such an important party. M: Don’t you worry. Just be yourself and everything will be fine. I’m sure you can do quite well. (Text 6) W: So, what are we going to do tonight, Dave? M: Let’s watch TV. There’s a soccer match between the US and Brazil on. W: No way! We are on VACATION. I refuse to sit in a hotel room and watch soccer on TV. I want to go to see a play. M: Come on. I’m sure it’s too late to get tickets now. W: Nice try, but you don’t know for sure without trying. M: All right, all right. Which shows are popular right now? W: I read in New York Magazine yesterday that Jessica Lange and Alec Baldwin are co-starring in A Streetcar Named Desire. Isn’t it great? Let me first call the ticket agent to see if there are any tickets. (Text 7) W: Are you going to Paris, too? M: Actually, I’m going to Paris first, and then to Amsterdam. I’d like to visit museums in these two cities. W: May I ask where you’re from? M: I’m from Spain. W: Oh, I went to Malaga once, about five years ago. It was beautiful. M: I’m glad you liked it. Are you Japanese? W: No. I’m from China. M: Oh, I’ve been to China. (Text 8) W: Taxi! M: Where to go, Madam? W: Battery Park, please—but can you make a stop at Union Square? I want to pick up my friend there. M: Of course. W: How long will it take to Union Square? M: Well, that depends on the traffic, you know. It’s pretty heavy this afternoon. W: Can you make it in fifteen minutes? I’m already ten minutes late. M: OK, I’ll try. Where exactly is your friend waiting at that place? W: On the 14th Street side. Oh, we’re already at the 16th Street. You’re fast. Can you make a left at the next corner? M: Oh, you got it. W: I think she’s around here. Can you slow down? Ah, there she is! Just in front of the bookshop. Sally!
(Text 9) M: Excuse me, could you help me? W: Yes. What seems to be the problem? M: Well, I was wondering if anyone has turned in a passport. W: I’m afraid not. Have you lost your passport? M: I think so. I can’t find it anywhere in my hotel room, and I remember the last place I used it yesterday was in this department store. W: Where exactly did you use your passport in our store? M: I wanted to buy a pair of sunglasses first, but I couldn’t find a suitable one. Then, in the sports department I had to show it to pay for a pair of trainers with my traveler’s checks. W: Well, would you please fill in this lost property report? I’ll keep my eye out for it. Those kinds of things usually turn up eventually, but I suggest you contact your embassy and tell them about your situation, so they can issue you a new passport in case it doesn’t show up. M: OK. Do you have a pen? W: Here you are. M: Thank you. Oh, I always take good care of my things. I don’t know what happened to me yesterday. (Text 10) Welcome to THIS IS AMERICA in VOA Special English. I’m Barbara Klein. For sports fans, August means different things. For those who follow American football, August is traditionally when players begin training. For tennis lovers, the United States Open begins on August twenty-eighth in New York City. For basketball fans—well, they have a little time. The National Basketball Association just released its full list of games for the coming season. Opening night is October thirty-first. So what have we left out? Oh yes, the boys—and girls—of summer. Little League baseball. Their World Series is August twenty-seventh in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. As for the major leagues, their World Series is not until October twenty-first. There are probably more than one thousand songs about baseball. The most popular is “Take Me Out to the Ball Game.” It was written in nineteen-oh-eight by Jack Norworth. He wrote it after seeing a sign about baseball in an underground train in New York City. Jack Norworth reportedly had never seen a Major League Baseball game. He did not see one until thirty-three years after he wrote the song. People still sing “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” during baseball games. In the game, near the end everyone stands up and stretches their arms and legs. Most often, they sing the song together.