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高二英语 10 月份考试题
第一部分 听力 (共两节,满分 30 分) 第一节 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 is Summer in Paris? A. A film. B. A newspaper. C. A TV program.

2. How does the woman sound? A. Excited. B. Frightened. C. Calm.

3. What are the speakers mainly talking about? A. A snack place. B. Food from Taiwan. C. Bad economy. 4. What seems to be bothering the students? A. The dull professor. B. The noisy traffic outside. C. The broken microphone. 5. Who will solve the problem? A. The woman. 第二节 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。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听下面一段对话,回答第 6 和第 7 两个小题。 6. On which floor is the man's room? A. The 5th. B. The 10th. C. The 15th. B. Mr. Williams. C. The repairman.

7. Where does the man want to go? A. A hotel. B. A store. C. A park.

听下面一段对话,回答第 8 和第 9 两个小题。 8. What's the weather like? A. Sunny but cold. B . Warm and dry. C. Cold and rainy.

9. What did the woman buy for her cousin? A .A sweater. B. A scarf. C. A hat.

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听下面一段对话,回答第 10 至第 12 三个小题。 10. What is the probable relationship between the speakers? A. Colleagues. B. Classmates. C. Friends.

11. What should the man do first? A . Get familiar with the different numbers. B. Learn to use the fax machine. 12. Whose dictionary is available? A. The woman's. B. Tom's. C. Jim's. C. Check the data.

听下面一段对话,回答第 13 至第 16 四个小题。 13. Why does the woman call the man? A. To invite him to a party. B. To ask him to buy some food . C. To ask him to send some invitations. 14. What does the woman say about Ben? A. He is leaving France. B. He has become a teacher.

C. He will work for a magazine. 15. Who will attend the party? A. Ben's teachers. B. Ben's parents. C. Ben's workmates.

16. When will the speakers meet? A. At 8:45. B. At 9:00. C. At 10:00.

听下面一段独白,回答第 17 至第 20 四个小题。 17. Who is the study focused on? A. Parents. B. Students. C. Workers.

18. What can be caused by skipping breakfast? A. A terrible sleep. B. A bad mood. C. A poor memory.

19. What's one of the reasons for not having breakfast? A. To sleep longer. B. To save money. C. To get to school early.

20. What is the passage mainly about? A. The importance of breakfast. B. The way to have breakfast properly. C. The various breakfast in Beijing.
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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) A In the heart of the woods there lay a cool, green pond. On the shores were tall bullrushes (芦苇) that waved in the wind, and in the shallow bays were broad water lily leaves. There also lived a group of frogs. On every warm night, the voices of the frogs cheerfully arose. Some voices were low and deep — these were from the oldest and wisest of the frogs. Some were high and shrill — these were from those who didn’t like to remember the days when they had tails and no legs. “Kerrump! I’m chief of this pond!” croaked (呱呱叫) a frog. “Kerrump! I’m chief o f this pond!” replied another frog. A hungry crane was standing nearby, hidden by the grass that grew at the water’s edge. Hearing the voice of the first frog, he quietly walked towards him. The frog gave a frightened croak, and kicked violently to get away. The crane almost had him when something wound itself round one of his legs. He drew back for a second, and the frog got away! But the crane did not lose his dinner; a water snake curled around his leg, and that made a meal. Now he rested and listened. The first frog was silent, but the second frog croaked: “Kerrump! I’m chief of this pond!” The crane got hungry again and went round the pond, trying to catch the second frog. Just as he drew closer to the frog, the crane saw something that made him fly away. A mink (水貂) had crept very close to him, hoping to seize him for his meal! So the second frog got away, too; but he was so frightened that he never spoke again. After a long time, the crane got over his fear and became hungry once more. The frogs were singing again, and above them all, there boomed the voice of a third frog: “Kerrump! I’m chief of this pond!” The crane decided to silence him once and for all. He croaked and struggled in vain. But just then, a fox crept up behind the crane. The crane was seized and carried off screaming into the woods. So the third frog got away, but he never dared to open his
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mouth again. 21. Why didn’t the crane catch the first frog? A. The frog kicked too violently. leg. C. The crane was distracted by another frog. D. The frog was frightened away by the noise of the crane. 22. According to the text, the crane __________. A. ate nothing that night C. let all the three frogs get away end 23. What can we infer from the text? A. It is dangerous living in the woods. B. A wise person always keeps silent. B. got hurt three times D. didn’t dare to catch the frogs in the B. Something wound itself around the crane’s

C. Be careful when you are close to your goal. D. Never be proud, even if you have done well. 24. Where can we probably find this text? A. In a children’s book. B. In an introduction to animals. D. In a book full of information about

C. In a book about dangers in the woods. ponds. B

While Simon Brooks’ new storytelling CD may be titled A Tangle of Tales, there is nothing at all confusing to keep them tied up and away from your enjoyment. With stories from Celtic lands, Vietnam and India, Simon creates a smooth and enjoyable set of stories that never make your mind in a mess. Told with his authentic (纯正的) United Kingdom accent and along with custom music by the storyteller and friends, the story collection is overall rather calming yet might surprise you in how quickly the layers of the tales take you into their welcoming. If we have any comment, it is that the track listings do not line up with what is listed on the packaging. It seems that the music between tracks has not been taken into account. While the music is very nice, it makes the story you want (at least the first time) a bit of an adventure. This is a minor point in an excellent CD.
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These days, people buy CDs and tracks of music and stories with the new electronic ways, but not everyone gives as much thought to the CD case as Simon has. Frankly, like all of his CD collections, the artwork is excellent. The teller and the artist (Rob Brookes) have joined forces to create both a visual and auditory ( 听觉的 ) adventure. Nicely done. Although age 8 and up is listed on the cover of the CD, in our opinion, it would most likely be best for listeners from the age of 10 and up — simply for the complexity (复杂) of the stories told. If you’d like to order a copy, take a look at CDbaby.com or on Amazon.com. 25. This text is mainly about ____________ Simon’s new storytelling CD. A. the summary of C. the quotations from B. the comments on D. the details of

26. According to the text, which of the following is TRUE? A. The author feels a little confused about Simon’s stories. B. There’s something wrong with the CD’s track listings. C. Most stories in the CD are about adventures. D. Simon’s stories are too difficult for a 10- year-old child. 27. From the text, we can know that ______. A. many people like collecting Simon’s storytelling CDs B. you may feel comfortable listening to the creative CD made by Simon himself C. the stories in Simon’s CD are set in Britain D. you will not feel bored when listening to Simon’s stories 28. What’s the author’s attitude towards this CD? A. Uninterested. C. Disappointed. B. Approving. D. Doubtful. C The American Goldfinch (金翅雀) During the mating season, the male goldfinch has a bright yellow body, black wings with white stripes, a black cap on its head and a white rump (尾部). Females and winter males have duller feathers that are olive yellow. The male’s black cap may disappear
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in winter or turn a dull black. Females don’t have the black cap on their heads. Both males and females have a small cone-shaped bill (鸟嘴). The goldfinch’s winter and breeding range includes southern Canada, most of the continental United States and parts of Mexico. The goldfinch can be found all year round on the upper east coast, on the west coast and in the mid-section of the United States. Northern populations spend winter in the southern U.S. and northern Mexico. The goldfinch lives in weedy fields and flood plains as well as cultivated land, orchards and gardens. The goldfinch’s diet is made up mostly of the seeds of grasses, weeds and other plants. It also eats the seeds of trees like birch, alder and elm. It feeds during the day and usually gets seeds that are still on the plant. The goldfinch mates later than most birds. It is mainly a seed eater and it doesn’ t nest until mid to late summer, when there are lots of seeds from weeds and other plants. Because it mates so late in the year, it usually raises only one brood (一 窝幼雏) a year. The female builds a cup-shaped nest in the fork of a tree or bush while the male keeps watch. The nest is made of plant fibers and bark and takes about six days to build. The female lays between four and six light blue eggs. The male feeds the female while she incubates (孵) the eggs. The eggs hatch in about two weeks. The chicks are born with their eyes closed. They open their eyes after about seven days and leave the nest when they are 10 to 16 days old. Goldfinches are very sociable and often gather in flocks with other birds. Some populations are short-distance migrators and move south in winter. 29. What is the color of a male American goldfinch’s cap in winter? A. Red. C. Olive yellow. B. White. D. Dull black.

30. What can we learn about the goldfinch’s life cycle? A. The goldfinch mates later than all the other birds. B. The male builds a nest while the female keeps watch. C. The female usually lays four to six eggs in a year.
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D. The chicks will leave the nest when they are 10 to 16 weeks old. 31. Which of the following is TRUE, according to the text? A. The goldfinch always lives in the wild. B. The goldfinch mainly feeds on seeds. C. The goldfinch moves south in winter. D. The goldfinch likes singing and dancing together. D Scientists uncovered a new species of monkey in Central Africa. The new species of monkey was officially unveiled in a scientific journal last week. The animal kingdom has a new member. On September 12, researchers unveiled to the world a newly discovered species of monkey. The primate (灵长类动物) is called the lesula, short for its Latin name, Cercopithecus lomamiensis. The lesula is only the second monkey species discovered in 28 years. Scientists first saw the lesula in June 2007 in the town of Opala in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The lesula lives in the lowland rainforests of central DRC. The monkey found in Opala was the pet of a local family. Researchers say the species was already well known to hunters. They found additional lesulas in the wild. The lesula has been compared to another species of monkey called Cer copithecus hamlyni, better known as the owl-faced monkey. This animal earns its name for having a long, flat nose and a face that looks like that of an owl. The lesula and the owl-faced monkey are similar in size and both have a stripe on their nose. These new findings on the lesula prove that the two monkeys are close relatives, but different species. Scientists say the lesula usually weighs about 12 pounds and measures about 20 inches. It has a mane (鬃毛) of long blond hair and a cream- colored stripe running down its nose. The lesula eats a vegetarian diet. Its habitat extends nearly 11,000 square miles across the DRC’s eastern central basin. Robert Kityo is a zoology professor at Uganda’s Makerere University. He says that the lesula discovery is proof that the eastern central basin is filled with species yet to be discovered. This new find also creates awareness about the importance of preserving African rainforests. Many forests are threatened by illegal logging (伐
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木) and hunting. Preserving these rainforests allows new spec ies like the lesula to continue to grow and change. 32. The monkey found in Opala _______. A. was the only living lesula C. was raised by a local family B. got lost from its group D. was unknown to the hunters

33. Why was the Cercopithecus hamlyni called the owl-faced monkey? A. It has the same color as owls. C. It eats the same diet as owls. B. Its face looks like that of an owl. D. It has the same strip on its nose as owls.

34. The lesula discovery indicates that _____. A. many species remain to be discovered in eastern central basin B. illegal logging and hunting are the main threats to African rainforests C. effective measures should be taken to control the exploration of the African rainforests D. African rainforests are disappearing gradually because of lack of protection 35. What’s the best title for the text? A. Threats Faced with Different Species of Monkey C. Preserving African Rainforests B. A New Found Monkey

D. Comparison Between Two Monkey Species

第二节 七选五(共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) 根据短文内容,从所给选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项,其中有两项为多余的。 For most of us, a house full of guests is true happiness. However, the thought of being prepared for a party and entertaining may make us feel terrified. Anyway, here are some suggestions which may help your party be a great success. 1. 36

The more time you have before the Big Day, the more shopping and cooking that you can do well in advance. So you should plan your party as early as possible. The first step is to create three major lists (guests, menu, shopping). Give people no less than three weeks’ notice. Write down a menu you’re confident that you can cook well for your guests. 37

2. Beautify your food In planning your menu, take time to make sure you have as many colors and types as
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possible. Think red peppers, tomatoes, yellow squash ( 南 瓜 ) and green beans to brighten up the p lain- looking dishes. 38 Most decorations may look difficult

to create, yet they have the power to make even a simple dish look special. 3. Know your kitchen It’s pointless to plan a party that your kitchen can’t handle. Every kitchen has a space limit; make sure you know yours. 39 You can avoid kitchen rush by

choosing a menu of foods served at a variety of temperatures and preparing as many dishes in advance. 4. Shop wisely The best way to shop for a party is in stages. Divide your shopping list by store and buy all the non-perishables(不易坏的东西) you need as early as possible. Consider some alternative resources for what you need. Read the advertisement in the newspaper to see what’s on sale at the supermarkets in your area. With the advice above you may quite enjoy your party. 40

A. Start planning now B. Make the list of the shopping C. Finally, select shops where you can find wonderful things for entertaining. D. At last, you go to the market nearby to buy the food for the party. E. Then look over each item on your menu and list everything you’ll need to make it happen. F. For example, can your stove handle heating the five dishes you plan to serve at the same time? G. Decorations are another great way to add color.

第三部分 英语知识运用 (共两节,满分 45 分) 第一节 完形填空 (共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) It’s been a hard year, 2014. Not just for me. I’ve watched unemployment, divorce and cancer go through my s not 42 41 of friends and family, one after the other. It’ 43 a community
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bad. There’s nothing like adversity (逆境) to

together. I’ve also found through enough ups and downs.

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in the words and stories from those who’ve been

I used to think that my mother’s warmth and openness made her naive(幼稚的) and caused her to be 45 by other people. And like many daughters, I hated 47 46 the

my mother. It was only after her death that I realized she had actually key to living. Once I began to 48

her kind and welcoming attitude, I realized 49 in life. The truth is that 50 heart.

she had shown me how to get through the hardest

the world is a bigger, more magical place with a(n) My grandfather taught me to keep going no matter 51

situation I am in. I learned

this from an early age, when he’d get me to go swimming in winter. He had a good 52 of humor and an even greater heart, but over time his physical 54 integrity (健全), and we lost him. 55 me more like a daughter than 53 couldn’

t keep up with his

My aunt and uncle don’t have children, and a niece. They’re 56

now, and spend their days enjoying their crossword puzzles. 57 and travel 58 never

When I got married, they advised me to never get too comfortable

around the world whenever I can, something they had always wanted to do got around to. I’ll always remember that advice to keep know where 41. A. circle 42. A. only 43. A. pull 60 will take you. B. group C. relationship D. even D. build D. anxiety D. laughed C. staring at D. connection 59

, because you never

B. slightly C. all B. bring C. crowd C. pity

44. A. comfort B. sadness 45. A. hated

B. troubled C. used B. taking after

46. A. looking after 47. A. invented 48. A. reject 49. A. challenges 50. A. empty 51. A. that 52. A. sense

D. agreeing with D. prepared D. accept

B. searched B. doubt B. changes

C. discovered C. adopt C. problems C. complex C. what C. skill

D. chances D. open D. how D. idea
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B. full B. whose B. feeling

53. A. condition

B. situation

C. circulation C. inner C. raise C. satisfied

D. station D. sensible D. feed D. retired D. everywhere

54. A. intellectual B. spiritual 55. A. look 56. A. renewed 57. A. nowhere 58. A. but 59. A. studying 60. A. family B. treat B. curious

B. somewhere C. anywhere B. and C. or C. working C. people

D. if D. expanding D. life

B. exploring B. world

第二节 语法填空 (共 10 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 15 分) 阅读下面的材料,在空白处填入适当的内容(一个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。 My hometown is on the list of the best food cities in Canada and the US. Last night I discovered one more reason a small pizza restaurant, is 61 62 my hometown is known for good food. Amelio’s, (locate) in my neighborhood. 63 last

night was my first visit to this restaurant, it has been in business for more than 25 years. My niece first heard about the pizza restaurant 64 one of her professors. She 65 (try) for ages. Last 66

loved it and had been trying to get her mother and me

night we finally did. The four of us (my two sisters, my niece and I) ordered

(vary) kinds of pizza — including their “white” or five-cheese pizza. And I found there were many different kinds of pizza Even now, when I think of it, I get hungry is small and simple, 69 67 68 I had never tasted. (immediate)! The restaurant itself

very basic decoration. In fact, you will probably walk 70 door

right by it if you don’t know it is there. But once you get inside and have a taste of the fresh pizzas ... oh, it’s wonderful! 第四部分 写作 (共两节,满分 35 分) 第一节 短文改错 (共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分)

假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文,请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。文中共有 10 处语言错误,每句中最多有两处。每处错误仅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。
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修改:在错的词下划一横线,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。 Billy is fourteen year old and in the ninth grade. He has a part-time job which gets him up on every morning at five o’clock. He is a newspaper boy. Each morning Billy leaves the house at 5:15 to go to the corner which the newspapers are. The newspapers are delivering to the corner by the truck at midnight and he takes a wagon to carry it. Billy must deliver the newspapers to the houses of people on his route with all kinds of weather. His customers think he does a good job. Sometimes they give her extra money. Billy has seventy customers now, so he hopes to get more soon. If he got more customers, Billy will win a prize for being outstanding newspaper boy.

第二节 书面表达 (满分 25 分) 假设你是李华,正在美国作交换生。今天你的室友玛丽不在家,你准备外出,请给玛丽写一 个留言条,内容包括: 1. 外出拜访布莱克先生,并同他的家人一起吃饭; 2. 回来时去超市购物,并替玛丽买她喜欢的咖啡; 3. 玛丽上周借的书已经归还图书馆了; 4. 玛丽的妈妈来电话留言: 1) 希望她在圣诞节回家,与家人团聚; 2) 已经为玛丽购买了往返机票,机票将于三日内送达; 3) 尽快回电。 注意: 1. 词数 100 左右; 2. 可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。

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第一次月考参考答案 1-5 ABABC 21-25 BCCAB 41-45 ACBAC 61. why 66. various 短文 改错: 第一句:year → years 第二句:去掉 every 前的 on 第四句:which → where 第五句:delivering → delivered; it → them 第六句: with → in 第八句:her → him 第九句:so → but 第十句:got → gets; outstanding 前加 an 书面表达(One possible version) Hello Mary, I’m going to visit Mr. Black and have dinner with his family. I won’t be back until about 5:30. On my way back, I will go to the supermarket to buy something that I need and your favorite coffee as well. I have returned the book that you borrowed last week to the library. At about 9 o’clock this morning, your mother called, saying that she hopes that you can go home and be with your family for Christmas. She said that she misses you very much. In fact, she has already bought return tickets for you and the tickets will arrive in three days. She wants you to call her back as soon as you are home. Yours, Li Hua 6-10 ABCCA 26-30 BDBDC 46-50 BCCAD 62. located 67. that 11-15 ABACC 31-35 BCBAB 51-55 CAABB 16-20 ABCAA 36-40 AEGFC 56-60 DCABD 64. from 69. with 65. to try 70. its / the

63. Although / Though 68. immediately

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