苏州中学 2013-2014 学年度第一学期 12 阶采点 高一英语
本试卷分第Ⅰ卷（选择题）和第 II 卷（非选择题）两卷，满分 100 分，考试时间 90 分钟。 第Ⅰ卷将正确的选项填涂在答题卡的相应位置上，第 II 卷直接做在答案专页上。 一、听力部分（20*0.5=10 分） 第一节 听下面五段对话。每段对话后有一个小题，从题中所给的 ABC 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’s the woman looking for? A. A young lady. B. Her wristwatch. C. A young man. 2. Where are the speakers? A. At a drug store. B. At a shop. C. At a restaurant. 3. How will the woman probably go to Jamestown? A. On foot. B. By car. C. By bike. 4. What does the man mean? A. He doesn’t like grape juice. B. He forgot to buy grape juice. C. He broke the bottle of grape juice. 5. What are the speakers mainly talking about? A. New dictionaries. B. Old forms of languages. C. Development of languages. 第二节 听下面五段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题，从题中所给的 ABC 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，你将有时间阅读各小题，每小 题 5 秒钟，听完后，各小题将给出 5 秒的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听下面一段材料，回答第 6 至 7 题： 6. What is the woman doing? A. Finding a suitable apartment B. Checking into a hotel. C. Decorating her room. 7. How might she feel in the end? A. Satisfied. B. Angry. C. Excited. 听下面一段材料，回答第8至10题： 8. When will Mr. Smith meet with the general manager of 3D Company tomorrow? A. At 10:00 a. m. B. At 11:00 a. m. C. At 1:30 p. m. 9. How long will the job interviews last? A. One hour. B. One and a half hours. C. Two hours. 10. What will Mr. Smith do at 7:00 p. m. tomorrow? A. Attend a meeting. B. Have dinner with an important guest. C. Go to Canada for a business trip. 听下面一段材料，回答第11至13题： 11. What’s the man doing? A. Making a phone call. B. Explaining how to use the phone. C. Charging the woman for using the phone. 12. What’s good about the card?
A. It saves money. B. It’s much safer. C. It’s convenient. 13. What will the woman probably do next? A. Ask someone for change. B. Call the information office. C. Use the man’s phone card. 听下面一段材料，回答第14至17题： 14. What relation is the woman to the man? A. His girlfriend. B. His doctor. C. His mother. 15. Why does the man smoke? A. Schoolwork gives him a lot of pressure. B. It’s hard to find a job. C. Starting a job is difficult. 16. What does the woman think of his smoking? A. He has good reasons to smoke. B. She wonders why he just can’t quit smoking now. C. She is glad he’ll quit smoking after graduation. 17. What does she plan to do? A. Take the man to a doctor. B. Accept everything about the man. C. Rethink their relationship. 听下面一段材料，回答第 18 至 20 题： 18. How many times does the man ask the waiter for a drink? A. 2. B. 3. C. 4. 19. Why does the waiter refuse to serve the man? A. The man appears to be drunk. B. The man is too young to be allowed to drink. C. The man can’t pay for his drinks. 20. What does the man mean when he cries out, “Man? How many bars do you work at?” A. He c a n ’ t understand why the waiter changes his job so often. B. He thinks he has met the same waiter in different bars. C. He is angry that the waiter keeps following him. 二．单项选择（20*1=20 分） 21.The boss __________ company I worked in two years ago has _________in solving such kind of problem. A. whose; many experiences C. whose; much experience we A. be used to 23. Who will be A．in charge of in the school. A. which me? A. freely; free B. for free; freely C. freely; for free D. for free; free 26.The children talked so loudly at table that I had to struggle ______ heard. A.to be B．with being C．for being D．against being
B. who; many experiences D. who; much experience
22. We have been studying in Suzhou High School for more than one month. Now our new school life. B. used to C. were used to D. are used to D. take the charge of the company when the manager(经理) is out？ B. in the charge of C. take charge of
24. They talked for about an hour of things and persons _________ they remembered B. that C. who D. whom
25. I’m lucky to have got two tickets _____. Are you _____ to go to the concert with
27. Although it was really a difficult task, he decided to try his best to_______ success. A. challenge A. It A. to cheat B. receive B. This B cheating C. What C cheated B. relaxing; relaxing D. relaxed; relaxing it. D. studies D. what B. study B. where C. studied C. which C. accomplish D As D being cheated D. achieve 28. _______ was most important to her, she told me, was her family. 29. He regretted __________ in the exam because he was punished. 30. It’s quite _________ on the beach, and after a while you will feel ________. A. relaxing, relaxed C. relaxed; relaxed A. studying A. when the earthquake. A. of helping A. a B. the B. of to help C. an C. to helping D. to help D. \ 34. What ___great fun it is to have a swim on a hot day in summer! 35. Although it had been________ struggle for him to finish______ experiment, he enjoyed the result with________ satisfaction. A the, an, / B a, the, / C a, an, a D /, the, a 36.He is ________ a college student. He is the boss of a small company. A no more than B more than C not more than D less than 37. The big clock _________ used to strike the hours day and night was damaged many years ago and _________ silent ever since. A. with which; was B. with which; has been C. which; was D. which; has been 38. _______ hearing the news that his plan was ___________ by the government, he jumped with great joy. A. With; agreed B. Upon; approved C. With; approved of D. Upon; approved of 39.The increasing number of the students makes the limited computers not ________for each student． A. useful B. hopeful C. available D. suitable 40. ---Jack is always being late for class in the morning. How can you just let him go without any warning or punishment? ---His explanation __________ reasonable. He lives 30 miles away from school and traffic is terrible. A. sounds B. is sounded C. has been sounding D. was sounded 三．完形填空 ( 20*1=20 分) Peter and Paul had a permission from their parents to camp in a field close to their farm. But, being adventurous boys, they knew it would be more 41 to camp in the woods that lay beyond the river. Excitedly, the boys 42 with their tent and food.
31.Tom’s English is not good，so he devoted all his free time to
32. David would never forget those days ______ he spent with Chinese students in China. 33. The money collected should be made good use _________ the people who suffered a lot in
Carrying their heavy load, the two brothers walked along the riverbank, 43 noticing the distance or the sun beating down. They were eager to reach their 44 before lunchtime. As they entered the cool, shadowy woods, they began to search for a suitable camping spot. Peter wanted to 45 close to the river at the edge of the woods, 46 Paul, who was older, insisted that they camp further away. 47 Peter followed his brother deeper into the 48 . “This really is a wonderful setting!” said Paul in excitement. They 49 the tent , and settled down to eat the sandwiches they had made, then decided to find their way 50 to the river to catch some fish. “Are you sure that this is the right 51 ?” whispered Peter shakily. “I’m sure we passed that hollow tree just a while ago.” Paul walked 52 silently. “Look, there it is again. We’re lost, aren’t we?” complained Peter. Paul had to admit that he didn’t know where they were. 53 , they were a long distance from where they were 54 to be. They were not even 55 of where they had set up their camp. They sat in 56 for a few minutes until Peter had a bright idea. “Why don’t we look for clues 线索） the way trackers(追踪者) 57 in the movies? We weren’t （ careful about how we walked, so I’m sure we would have left 58 some broken tree branches and leaves. ” Carefully, the boys 59 the marks that they had left, until finally they found their campsite. Hurriedly, they packed their belongings and set off 60 the direction of the river. What would their parents think of their adventure? 41. A. surprising B. exciting C. annoying D. frightening 42. A. went round B. went back C. went away D. went through 43. A. hardly B. quickly C. really D. properly 44. A. grassland B. destination C. field D. river 45. A. live B. lie C. wait D. stay 46. A. but B. and C. or D. so 47. A. unfriendly B. unluckily C. unwillingly D. uninterestingly 48. A. woods B. farm C. setting D. camp 49. A. put off B. put on C. put down D. put up 50. A. forward B. near C. back D. further 51. A. place B. mark C. way D. time 52. A. alone B. about C. in D. on 53. A. After all B. At last C. Above all D. At first 54. A. discovered B. encouraged C. persuaded D. supposed 55. A. afraid B. sure C. informed D. reminded 56. A. enjoyment B. satisfaction C. disappointment D. imagination 57. A. appear B. do C. work D. behave 58. A. behind B. out C. aside D. over 59. A. fetched B. watched C. followed D. collected 60. A. for B. to C. at D. in 四．阅读理解 (15*2=30 分) A I started learning English when I was 7 in Japan. The first few years were really difficult. I had to learn words and grammar rules, which didn’t seem to have much sense for me at that time. I completely didn’t feel the need to learn English.
Everything changed after I went to the USA for the first time at 18. I was impressed by the Grand Canyon, the Sonora Desert, and as a little girl, I liked Disneyland very much. From the earliest childhood, I’ve been taught by qualified teachers, either at home or in high school, not to mention the university. I think that this is of great importance especially for young learners as they are likely to learn wrong things very easily and later it takes a lot of effort to correct those errors. My teachers focused on all aspects of the language: grammar, vocabulary, spoken and written English. When I was younger they used to show me what were the best ways to practice a language. Nowadays, I watch many English films and American programs on TV, and read English books. To practice new words, I write essays which include new interesting words. Such exercises help me a lot when I have to answer difficult questions or deliver a speech. I use many exercise books to practice grammar. However, I hold the opinion that the most natural way to practice grammar is to talk, write essays, etc. Of course, you have to know the grammar rules first. All in all, I must admit that I like spoken English best. Maybe it’s because I’m a quite talkative person. 61. Before the author went to America, ________________________. A. she was interested in learning English B. she often wrote essays to improve her English C. she has been learning English for many years D. she hadn’t been taught by qualified teachers 62. We can learn from the text that ________________________. A. the author has made great progress in spoken English B. the author mainly practices grammar by doing exercise C. the author watches English films mainly to relax D. the author didn’t learn much from his teachers in high school 63. The author’s favourite way of learning English is _______________________. A. to talk with others B. to watch English films or programs C. to read English books D. to write essays with new words B It’s what people who don’t know each other feel about on elevators(电梯). And not about the weather at all. Chatting about the weather with strangers is about emotional comfort. When someone says “Beautiful day today, isn’t it?” as you settle into that narrow elevator space, or at the bus stop, or waiting in line at the supermarket, the conversation is about feeling. The person is speaking to feel more comfortable with you and offering you a chance to feel more comfortable with him or her. Being in close proximity（靠近）with strangers creates interpersonal(人与人之间的) tension(紧张). We can’t help it. Tension automatically seeks resolution. What will you do? Do you notice the person now only a short distance away, or pretend not to notice? Avoidance is one strategy: never make eye contact and act as if nobody is there, even when your feelings tell you. In a supermarket checkout line you might look through a magazine. On elevators, we often avoid
others by looking up at the floor numbers. The other strategy is to break the tension by noticing the other person. It starts with eye contact. Then we have a choice: smile, nod, make a remark or start a conversation. If we choose to talk, the most non-controversial(非争议的) subject to talk about is the weather. A remark about the weather evokes(唤起) agreement and feelings of sympathy. “What a nice day!” shares a tiny sliver or happiness. “I wonder if this rain will ever end.” shares the bad feelings with each other. Both ends of the mini-conversation feel a tiny bit more connected by experiencing this emotion of liking or disliking the weather at the same moment. 64. What would be the best title of the text? A. Chatting with strangers B. The importance of small talk C. An interesting topic D. Talking about weather with strangers 65. When we chat about the weather with a stranger, we actually intend to _______________. A. draw his or her attention to us B. feel comfortable with each other C. remind him or her of the changeable weather D. know more about him or her 66. When we meet a stranger on elevators, we _________________. A. can’t avoid eye contact with him or her B. should always pretend not to notice him or her C. can avoid him or her by looking up at the floor number D. should start talking first 67. If we want to break the tension when we meet a stranger in close proximity, we should first ____________________. A. make eye contact B. turn our eyes away C. give him or her a smile D. give a nod to him or her C After a year of preparing herself, Laura Dekkr has been given permission to sail around the world. “I was so happy that I almost jump into the water,” Laura said, after learning of the court’s verdict(判决). The 14-year-old was born on a ship in the South Pacific, and currently lives with her father on a boat. When child protection agencies heard about her plan to sail alone, they took the case to court and prevented her from making such a dangerous voyage. Since the decision, though, Laura had been preparing with her father to convince the court that she was ready. Later on, she received the books and other materials she would need for school while she was at sea. She added safety equipment to a new, big ship. And she took first aid courses to learn survival skills, like how to put out fires on the boat, take care of her own injuries and deal with lack of sleep. She also planned a safer course --- adding alternate routes(备用路径) to avoid pirate(海盗) attacks, and planning a course that would have her on dry land as she moved from port to port across the globe. Even with all of the added preparations, the trip still has its risks. In early June, 16-year-old Abby Sunderland, an American, had to give up her attempt to become the youngest sailor to travel around the world. Her ship’s mast(桅杆) broke due to rough waters in the Indian Ocean, and she was rescued by a French fishing ship.
Laura plans to take longer than Abby for her voyage, and is using a larger and more stable boat. If she finishes successfully in less than two years, she will take the title from current record-holder Jessica Watson, of Australia, who was 16 when she completed the journey. 68. Which of the following is TRUE of Laura? A. She prepared for the voyage at the age of 12. B. She lost her mother after she was born. C. She was allowed to sail around the world finally. D. She wanted to donate money made from the voyage. 69. At first, child protection agencies are against Laura’s plan because ____________. A. it was considered to be a dangerous trip B. Laura had to finish her schooling first C. it would cost Laura too much time and money D. Laura wasn’t prepared for the sailing alone 70. What is Mr. Dekker’s attitude towards Laura’s trip? A. Doubtful. B. Supportive C. Uncertain 71. Paragraph 3 mainly talks about ____________. A. how Laura convinced the court B. why Laura needed to study at sea C. how Laura prepared for the voyage D. where Laura could avoid pirate attacks D. Neutral(中立的)
D It was New Year’s Night. An aged man was standing at a window. He raised his mournful eyes towards the deep blue sky, where the stars were floating like white lilies on the surface of a clear calm lake. He had already passed sixty and brought from his journey nothing but errors and regrets. Now his health was poor, his mind vacant and his heart sorrowful. The days of his youth appeared like dreams before him, and he recalled the serious moment when his father placed him at the entrance of the two roads- one leading to a peaceful, sunny place, covered with flowers, fruits and filled with soft, sweet songs; the other leading to a deep, dark cave, which was endless, where poison flowed instead of water and devils and poisonous snake hissed ( 发嘶嘶声) and crawled (爬, 爬行). He saw the lights flowing away in the darkness. These were the days of his wasted life; he saw a star fall from the sky and disappeared, and this was the symbol of himself. His regret like a sharp arrow struck deeply into his heart. Then he remembered his friends in his childhood. But they had made their way to success and were now honoured and happy on this night. The high church clock struck and the sound made him remember his parents’ early love for him. They had taught him and prayed for his good. But he chose the wrong way. With shame and grief he dared no longer look towards that heaven. His darkened eyes were full of tears, and with a despairing effort, he burst our a cry: “Come back, my early days!” His youth did return, for all this was only a dream which he had on New Year Night. He was still young though his faults were real; he had not yet entered the deep, dark cave, and he was still free to walk on the road which leads to the peaceful and sunny land. Those who still wander on the entrance of life, hesitating to choose the bright road, remember
that when years are passed and your feet stumble (绊脚) on the dark mountains, you will cry bitterly, but in vain（徒劳）: “ Oh youth, return! Oh give me back my early days!” 72. Why does the author set his story on New Year’s Night? A. He wants to tell people it’s time to recall the past B. He suggests the aged man will have a bright future C. He attempts to stress（强调）the man’s sad feeling D. He expects people to share the man’s sad feeling 73. The aged man in the passage on New Year’s Night can be described as ____. A. sorrowful, fearful and regretful B. hopeful, sorrowful and peaceful C. regretful, painful and disappointed D. disappointed, regretful and hopeful 74. The author writes the passage mainly to ____. A. encourage young people to take the right road B. help the old man to pick up his confidence C. describe the old man’s unsuccessful experience D. show his sympathy for the old man 75. From the passage we can learn that ______. A. the man returned from a long journey and regretted what he had done B. the man didn’t enter the deep and dark cave when he was young C. the man was deserted by his parents when he was only a child D. the man found it no use crying over the wrong past
第Ⅱ卷（非选择题，共 20 分）
五、单词拼写： （10*1=10 分） 76. A p__________________ is a teacher in a college or university of the highest grade. 77. For d________________ there's apple pie, cheesecake or fruit --help yourself.。 78. Steve speaks f__________________ Japanese and that is one of the reasons why he has been
appointed as leader of the research center in Tokyo. 79. He is very well r__________________ in the business world because of his great success. 80. All three were g___________________ of the same university, but they chose to do different jobs. 81. The school promised to keep parents i________________ about the situation in case the parents worried about their kids. 82. The managers were busy making __________________ (准备)for the conference. 83. There was a choice of four prizes, and the winner could s________________ one of them. 84. C__________________________ means something such as a piece of music, a piece of writing, or a painting. 85. She really deserves this great success because she is d_______________ fully to her career. 六、完成句子（5*2=10 分） 86.回顾过去, 我为我取得的成绩感到骄傲. _______ _______ _______ the past, I feel proud of the achievements I have made. 87.我们将确保你在假期里能住在一套带有游泳池的别墅里. We will ______ ______ that you live in a villa which ______ with its own swimming pool. 88.幸运的是那位老妇女逃脱了被车撞的厄运. Luckily, the old woman ________ ________ knocked over by the car. 89.非常令我遗憾的是, 我不能参加这次聚会. _______ ______ ______ _______, I can’t _______ the party. 90.一幢房子的销售平均需要花费十周时间来完成. It takes ______ ______ _______ ten weeks for a house sale to be completed.
江苏省苏州中学 2013?2014 学年度第一学期 12 阶采点 高一英语参考答案
一、听力： 1-5 CBBCC 6-10 BAABB 11-15 BCCAA 16-20 BCBAB
二、单项选择： 21-25 CDABD 26-30 ADCBA 31-35 ACBDB 36-40 BDBCA
三、完形填空： 41-45 BCABD 四、阅读理解： 61-63 CAA 64-67 DBCA 68-71 CABC 72-75 CCAD 五、单词填空： 76.professor 81.informed 六、完成句子： 86. Looking back on ; 88.missed being 87.make sure，comes 89.Much to my regret, attend 90.an average of 77.dessert 78.fluent 79. respected 83.select 80.graduates 85.devoted 46-50 ACADC 51-55 CDADB 56-60 CBACD
江苏省苏州中学 2013?2014 学年度第一学期 12 阶采点 高一英语答案专页 题号 分值 阅卷人
五、单词拼写； 76. ____________________ 77. ____________________ 78. ____________________ 81. ____________________ 82. ____________________ 83. ____________________
79. ____________________ 80. ____________________ 六、完成句子： 86. ____________________ 87. ____________________ 88. ____________________ 89. ____________________ 90. ____________________
84. ____________________ 85. ____________________