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四川省成都市第七中学2014-2015学年高二6月第4周周练英语试题


第一卷(选择题,共 90 分)
第一部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分 40 分)
第一节 单项填空(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 从 A, B, C, D 四个选项中,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。 1. We don’t think the experiment is ______ failure. At leas

t we have gained ______ experience for future success. A. the; a B. a; / C. a; an D. the; the 2. —Sally, our monitor, was late for her class this morning. — ______? As far as I know, she never came late to class. A. How come B. What for C. So what D. Why not 3. ______ I couldn’t fully understand what he wanted to show in his paintings, I thought his works quite impressive. A. As B. Since C. If D. While 4. Looking back now, if I ______the effort in learning the piano then, I would not be who I am. A didn’t put in B. hadn’t put in C. wouldn’t have put in D. shouldn’t put in 5. The old couple walked rather slowly, and could be seen, from time to time, to stop and rest, ______ out to sea. A. to be staring B. stared C. having stared D. staring 6. The UN has made an announcement ______a global conference on women will be held in 2015, ______issues connected with women such as health care will be discussed. A. that; which B. which; that C. where; which D. that; where 7. Many people are so ______ to their mobile phones that they use them at meal times and even in church. A. related B. attached C. accustomed D. exposed 8. Grandpa has promised to buy a nice gift for my birthday, ______which is beyond my imagination. A. it B. that C. one D. the one 9. Shining down out of the blue sky almost the whole day, ______. A. the sun burnt their pale skins B. the sun burning their pale skins C. they were burnt by the fierce sun D. their pale skins were bur nt by the sun 10. Jonny, I can’t believe how much you have changed! You ______at least one foot! A. grow B. grew C. have grown D. are growing 第二节 完形填空(共 20 小题;每题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从 11--30 各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C、D)中,选出最 佳答案。 A group of graduates got together to visit their old university professor. They talked about the 11 topic— happiness. But soon their conversation turned into complaints about 12 in work and life. To offer his guests coffee, the professor went to the kitchen and 13 with a large pot of coffee and a variety of 14 — plastic, glass, metal, porcelain(陶瓷), some plain-looking, some very 15 . The professor told his students to help themselves to hot coffee. When all the students had a cup of coffee in 16 , the professor said: “If you have noticed, all the nice-looking 17 cups were taken, leaving behind the plain and cheap ones. While it is 18 for you to want only the best for yourselves, that is the 19 of your problems and stress.” The

professor continued, “Believe that the cup itself adds no 20 to the coffee. In most cases it is just more expensive and in some cases it even 21 what we drink. What all of you 22 wanted was coffee, not the cup, but you consciously went 23 the best cups. Now 24 this: life is coffee, the jobs, money, and 25 in society are the cups which are just tools to hold and 26 life, and the different types of cups we have don’t decide, nor 27 the quality of life. If we concentrate only on the cups, we will 28 to enjoy the coffee in it. So don’t let the cups 29 you...enjoy the coffee instead.” At these words, the graduates looked at each other in 30 embarra ssment. 11. A. hot B. sensitive C. famous D. easy 12. A. pay B. joy C. experience D. stress 13. A. cooked B. took C. returned D. met 14. A. cups B. gifts C. plates D. drinks 15. A. common B. special C. rare D. delicate 16. A. order B. time C. hand D. place 17. A. pretty B. different C. colorful D. expensive 18. A. necessary B. normal C. good D. possible 19. A. situation B. answer C. result D. source 20. A. quality B. energy C. weight D. color 21. A. makes B. gives C. hides D. includes 22. A. finally B. really C. especially D. nearly 23. A. for B. with C. into D. to 24. A. think B. discuss C. try D. consider 25. A. position B. relation C. workmates D. friends 26. A. create B. support C. contain D. own 27. A. damage B. determine C. change D. increase 28. A. come B. stop C. have D. fail 29. A. drive B. hold C. take D. control 30. A. quiet B. speechless C. amazing D. reasonable

第二部分: 阅读理解 (共 25 小题,满分 50 分)
第一节(共 20 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 40 分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C、D)中选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上 将该项涂黑。 A My teenage son Karl became withdrawn after his father died. As a single par ent, I tried to do my best to talk to him. But the more I tried, the more he pulled away. When his report card arrived during his junior year, it said that he had been absent 95 times from class es and had six falling grades for the year. At this r ate he would never graduate. I sent him to the school adviser, and I even begged him. Nothing worked. One night I felt so powerless that I got down on my knees and pleaded for help. “Please God, I can’t do anything more for my son. I’m at the end of my rope. I’m giving the whole thing up to you.” I was at work when I got a phone call. A man introduced himself as the headmaster. “I want to talk to you about Karl’s absences.” Before he could say another word, I choked up and all my disappointment and sadness over Karl came pouring out into the ears of this stranger. “I love my son

but I just don’t know what to do. I’ve tried everything to get Karl to go back to school and nothi ng has worked. It’s out of my hands. “For a moment there was silence on the other end of the line. The headmaster seriously said, “Thank you for your time”, and hung up. Karl’s next report card showed a marked improvement in his grades. Finally, he even made the honor roll. In his fourth year, I attended a parent-teacher meeting with Karl. I noticed that his teachers were astonished at the way he had turned himself around. On our way home, he said, “Mum, remember that call from the headmaster last year?” I nodded. “That was me. I thought I’d play a joke but when I heard what you said, it really hit me how much I was hurting you. That’s when I knew I had to make you proud.” 31. By saying “Karl became withdrawn”, the author means that the boy changed entirely and ________. A. preferred to stay alone at home B. lost interest in his studies C. refused to talk to others D. began to dislike his mother 32. There was silence on the other end of the line because ________. A. the speaker was too moved to say anything to the mother B. the speaker waited for the mother to finish speaking C. the speaker didn’t want the mother to recognize his voice D. the speaker was unable to interrupt the mother 33. The sentence “…he even made the honor roll” means that “________”. A. he was even on the list to be praised at the parent-teacher meeting B. he was even on the list of students who made progress in grades C. he was even on the list of students who had turned themselves around D. he was even on the list of the best students at school 34. What is the main idea of this passage? A. Children in single-parent families often have mental problems. B. Mother ’s love plays an important role in teenagers’ life. C. Being understood by parents is very important to teenagers. D. School education doesn’t work without full support from parents. B Welcome to Ontario Parks, a new body set up to manage Ontario’s most treasured special places, the parks in our area. We are entering a very exciting year for Ontario Parks. Last season we asked some 15,000 visitors in 45 parks how we could improve our programs and services. We also looked at the thousands of comment cards we received. As a result, new comfort stations have been added, the number of campsites has been increased, and we’ve made other facility(设施)improvements. In addition, we’ll be providing more educational programs. This year, for example, more than 40 parks will offer special day and evening activities to excite your curiosity about nature and history. Through the Internet, you’ll be happy to know that you can now explore all 270 parks on line. Let your family plan your park vacation, study a map of canoe routes, listen to the call of a loon or find up-to-date information about programs, services and facilities. So come and discover what Ontario Parks has to offer. Our parks are places to go with families and friends, for relaxation and fun, or simply to get away from it all. They are places where we can enrich our souls and “recharge our internal batteries”. They provide chances to explore nature, see

wildlife, swim, canoe, camp, hike, picnic, ride a bike… You’ll enjoy some of the best outdoor experiences available anywhere in the world. We urge you to make 2013 the year that you come out and have an Ontario Parks experience! 35. The writer’s purpose in writing the text is to ________. A. tell more people the improvements in Ontario Parks B. attract more people to explore the parks on line C. praise the beauty of nature in Ontario Parks D. have more people visit the parks 36. The facility improvements of Ontario Parks include________. A. new programs and services B. new campsites and educational programs C. comfort stations a nd special activities D. new comfort stations and campsites 37. From Paragraph 4, we know that Ontario Parks offers visitors________. A. the world’s new sports and games B. the most exciting adventures in the world C. many choices to relax and refresh themselves D. chances to experience all the outdoor activities 38. According to the text, we can safely say that ________. A. some visitors suggested more campsites B. about 15,000 people visited 45 parks last season C. many more people will visit Ontario Parks in 2013 D. the manager of Ontario Parks worries they will have fewer visitors

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Early in 1980, a magazine called Good Housekeeping printed an amazing article. It was the true story of twins who met for the first time — when they were 39 years old. The twins were separated when they were five weeks old and adopted by different families . In 1979 they found each other. They found out that they were both named Jim. Although they had never met, they had both been married to women named Linda. Of course, they looked exactly alike. They also walked alike, laughed alike, and even talked alike. How would you find other articles about twins? The Readers’ Guide to Periodical Literature helps you find magazine articles. Look at the section of the R eaders’ Guide below. Study the sample entry. The Readers’ Guide to Periodical Literature lists magazine articles under their subject or author. All entries are listed alphabetically. Each subject entry in the Readers’ Guide lists all the articles written on that subject. It gives the title and author of each article. It also lists the name, date, and volume of the magazine, and the pages where you will find the article. Use the section of the Readers’ Guide below to answer the questions. Be sure to study the sample entry. SAMPLE ENTRY subject title author TWYLA Tharp Dance Company Dancing to the word [Broadway Season] J. Kroll. il Newsweek 95:93 Ap 7 ’80

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TWINS See also Siamese twins Identical twins reared apart [University of Minnesota study] C. Holden. il Science 207: 1323-5+ Mr 21 ’80 It’s twins! T. B. Brazelton. Redbook 154: 80 + F ’80 Jim Twins: together after 39 years [identical twins J. Springer and J. Lewis; ed by E. P. Frank] B. Springer. il pors Good H 190: 123 + F ’80 Me, myself & us: twins. J. Rodgers. il Sci Digest p92-7 N/D ’80 Mysteries of identical twins. R. Distelheim il McCalls 108:68+ Ja ’81 New studies on twins seeking to prevent double trouble. K. Cassil. Sci Digest 88:78-81 S ’80 Reunion of identical twins, raised apart, reveals some astonishing similarities [Jim twins] D. D. Jackson. il pors Smithsonian 11:48-57 O ’80 Telltale behavior of twins [study of long separated identical twins] S. Farber bibl il Psychol Today 15:58-60+ Ja ’81 Twins. M. J. Friedman. il Parents 55:76-81 N ’80 Twins. G. G. Panter. il Parents 55:72+ Mr ’80 Twins take on modeling. Pors seventeen 39:130-3 Je ’80 Twins: the facts and the folklore. E. R. Mark. Good H 190:256 Je ’80 39. Who wrote the article “Jim Twins: Together After 39 Years”? A. Good housekeeping B. J. Rodgers C. B. Springer D. Jim 40. You want to read the article “Mysteries of identical Twins”. In what magazine will you find this ar ticle? A. McCalls B. Science Digest C. Distelheim D. Science 41. Which of the following articles is the newest? A. “It’s Twins” B. “Identical Twins Reared Apart” C. “Mysteries of Identical Twins” D. “Jim Twins: Together After 39 Years” 42. The Readers’ Guide is a series of books. Each book lists all the magazine articles published for one year. Which book in the Readers’ Guide would list the articles on Twins? A. 1978-1979 B. 1979-1980 C. 1980-1981 D 1981-1982 D Instead of hitting the beach, fourteen high school students traded swimming suits for lab coats last summer and turned their attention to scientific experiments. The High School Research Program offers high school students guidance with researchers in Texas A&M’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Jennifer Funkhouser, academic adviser for the Department of Rangeland Ecology and Management, directs this four-week summer program designed to increase understanding of research and its career potential. Several considerations go into selecting students, including grades, school involvement and interest in science and agriculture. And many students come from poorer school districts,

Funkhouser says. “This is their chance to learn techniques and do experiments they never would have a chance to do in high school. Warner Ervin of Houston is interested in animal science and learned how to tell male from female mosquitoes. His adviser, Craig Coates, studies the genes of mosquitoes that allow them to fight against malaria and yellow fever. Coates thought this experience would be fun and helpful to the high school students. The agricultural research at A&M differs from stereotypes. It’s molecular(分子)science on the cutting edge,” Funkhouser says. The program broadened students’ knowledge. Victor Garcia of Rio Grande City hopes to become a biology teacher and says he learned a lot about chemistry from the program. At the end of the program, the students presented papers on their research. They’re also paid $600 for their work— another way this program differs from others, which often charge a fee. Fourteen students got paid to learn that science is fun, that agriculture is a lot more than milking and plowing and that research can open many doors. 43. The research program is chiefly designed for ________ . A. high school advisers from Houston B. college students majoring in agriculture C. high school students from different places D. researchers at the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences 44. It can be inferred from the text that the students in poorer areas________. A. had little chance to go to college B. could often take part in the program C. found the program useful to their future D. showed much interest in their high school experiments 45. When the program was over, the students________. A. entered that college B. wrote research reports C. paid for their research D. found way to make money 46. What would be the best title for the text? A. A Program for Agricultural Science Students B. A Program for Animal Science Students C. A Program for Medical Science Lovers D. A Program for Future Science Lovers E Grown-ups know that people and objects are solid. At the movies, we know that if we reach out to touch Tom Cruise, all we will feel is air. But does a baby have this understanding? To see whether babies know objects are solid, T. Bower designed a method for projecting an optical illusion(视觉影像)of a hanging ball. His plan was to first give babies a real ball, one they could reach out and touch, and then to show them th e illusion. If they knew that objects are solid and they reached out for the illusion and found empty air, they could be expected to show surprise in their faces and movements. All the 16-to 24-week-old babies tested were surprised when they reached for the illusion and found that the ball was not there. Grown-ups also have a sense of object permanence. We know that if we put a box in a room and lock the door, the box will still be there when we come back. But does a baby realize that a ball

that rolls under a chair does not disappear and go to never-never land? Experiments done by Bower suggest that babies develop a sense of object permanence when they are about 18 weeks old. In his experiments, Bower used a toy train that went behind a screen. When 16-week-old and 22-week-old babies watched the toy train disappear behind the left side of the screen, they looked to the right, expecting it to reappear. If the experimenter took the train off the table and lifted the screen, all the babies seemed surprised not to see the train. This seems to show that all the babies had a sense of object permanence. But the second part of the experiment showed that this was not really the case. The researcher substituted(替换)a ball for the train when it went behind the screen. The 22-week-old babies seemed surprised and looked back to the left side for the train. But the 16-week-old babies did not seem to notice the switch(更换). Thus, the 16-week-old babies seemed to have a sense of “something permanence,” while the 22-week-old babies had a sense of object permanence related to a particular object. 47. The passage is mainly about ________. A. babies’ sense of sight B. effects of experiments on babies C. babies’ understanding of objects D. different tests on babies’ feelings 48. In Paragraph 3, “object permanence” means that when out of sight, an object________. A. still exists B. keeps its shape C. still stays solid D. is beyond reach 49. What did Bower use in his experiments? A. A chair. B. A screen. C. A film. D. A box. 50. Which of the f ollowing statements is true? A. The babies didn’t have a sense of direction. B. The older babies preferred toy trains to balls. C. The younger babies liked looking for missing objects. D. The babies couldn’t tell a ball from its optical illusion 第二节 补全对话(共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) 根据对话内容,从对话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。 — Hello, Gerry speaking. — Hello, Gerry. It’ s me John here. __51__ — Well, I’m terribly sorry, but I’m not feeling very well. — Is that all? __52__ — No, I’m sorry. I was sick all night. I think it must be the fish I ate last night. — Well, I think you should have at least phoned Kate and told her you weren’t coming to the meeting. — __53__ I’m sorry about that. Anyway, I think I’ll be able to get to work tomorrow. — __54__ — I won’t… Thanks for calling. — __55__

A. Why didn’t you phone? B. OK. Take care and don’t eat any more fish. C. Why weren’t you here at the meeting? D. That’s all right. E. We thought you might have had an accident or forgotten the day or something. F. I’ll be glad to see you again.

第二卷(非选择题,共 60 分)
第一节: 阅读表达(共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) 阅读下面短文并回答问题,然后将答案写到试卷规定的位置上(请注意问题后的字数要求) 。 Taiwan police cannot decide whether to treat it as an extremely clever act of stealing or an even cleverer cheat. Either way, it could be the perfect crime, because the criminals are birds—horning pigeons! The crime begins with a telephone message to the owner of a stolen car: if you want the car back, pay up! Then, the car owner is directed to a park, told where to find a bird cage and how to attach money to the neck of the pigeon inside. Carrying the money in a tiny bag, the pigeon flies off. There have been at least four such pigeon pick-ups in Chan gwa. What at first seemed like the work of a clever stay-at-home car thief, however, may in fact be the work of an even lazier and more inventive criminal mind— one that avoid not only collecting money but going out to steal the car in the first place. Police officer Chen says that the crimi nal probably has pulled a double trick: he gets money for things he cannot possibly return. Instead of stealing cars, he lets someone else do it and then waits for the car-owner to place an ad in the newspaper asking for help. The theory is supported by the fact that, so far, none of the stolen cars have been returned. Also, the amount of money demanded— under 3,000 Taiwanese dollars —seems too little for a car worth many times more. Demands for pigeon-delivered money stopped as soon as the press reported the story. And even if they start again, Chen holds little hope of catching the criminal. “We have more important things to do,” he said. 56. What’s the title of the passage? (no more than 5 words) __________ ___________________________________________________________________ __ 57. What does underlined word “they” in the last paragraph refers to? (no more than 5 words) _____________________________________________________________________________ __ 58. What does the fact— so far, none of the stolen cars have been returned imply to us? (no more than 10 words) _____________________________________________________________________________ __ 59. How does the criminal know the telephone number of owners of the stolen cars? (no more than 15 words)

_____________________________________________________________________________ __ _____________________________________________________________________________ __ 60. What are owners of the stolen asked to do by the criminal when they agree to pay? (no more than 20 words) ______________________________________________________________________________ __ ______________________________________________________________________________ __ 第二节:短文改错 (共 10 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 15 分) 下面短文中有 10 处语言错误,请在有错误的地方增加、删除或修改某个单词。 增加:在缺词处加一个漏词符号(∧),并在其下面写上该加的词。 删除:把多余的词用斜线(﹨)划掉。 修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写上修改后的词。 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。 例如: It was very nice to get your invitation to spend ∧ weekend with you. Luckily I was the am completely free then, so I’ll to say “yes”. I’ll arrive in Bristol at around 8 pm in Friday evening. on An American and a Frenchman decided to cross the sea between France and England in the balloon in 1784. High over the water, they discover a hole in the balloon. The hole became bigger and bigger. The air keeps the balloon up was escaping quickly and the balloon was coming up. The two men threw all their equipments into the water to make the balloon light. It started to rise higher again. So it was still too close to the water. Finally, the men threw away most of his clothes to save themselves. The crowd waiting for to greet them in England was very surprised see this when the balloon landed in front of them. 第三节:书面表达:(35 分) 近年来, 随着中秋节(Mid-Autumn Day)、 端午节(the Dragon Boat Festival)传统节日成为法

定假日,越来越多的人选择“自驾游(self-driving travel) ” 作为假期出游的首选。请你根据 以下提示,以“My views on self-driving travel”为题写一篇短文。 1.自驾游增加的原因(两点) ; 2.自驾游的优势及缺点; 3 .自驾游的注意事项。 注意: 1.词数:120 左右; 2.可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。 My views on self-driving travel ____ ____________________________________________________________________________ _ ________________________________________________________________________________ _ ________________________________________________________________________________ _ ________________________________________________________________________________ _ ________________________________________________________________________________ _ ________________________________________________________________________________ _ ________________________________________________________________________________ _ ________________________________________________________________________________ _ ________________________________________________________________________________

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单项填空 (共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分)
1-5: BADBD 11-15 ADCAD 6-10: DBCAC 16-20 CDBDA 21-25 CBADA 26-30 CCDAB 47-50 CABD

完形填空 (共 20 小题;每题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) 阅读理解 (共 25 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 50 分)
31-34 CADB 35-38 DDCA 51-55: CEGBD 56. The/A perfect crime. 57. Demands for pigeon-delivered money. 58. The theory that police officer Chen mentions is/maybe true. Or What police officer Chen says is/maybe true. 59. By reading the ad placed in the newspaper by the car owners. 60. Locate the park, find the bird cage and attach the money to the neck of the pigeon inside. 短文改错 (共 10 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 15 分) An American and a Frenchman decided to cross the sea between France and England in the a balloon in 1784. High over the water, they discover a hole in the balloon. The hole became bigger discovered and bigger. The air keeps the balloon up was escaping quickly and the balloon was coming up. keeping down The two men threw all their equipments into the water to make the balloon light. It started to equipment lighter rise higher again. So it was still too close to the water. Finally, the men threw away most of his But their clothes to save themselves. The crowd waiting for to greet them in England was very surprised∧see to this when the balloon landed in front of them. 39-42CACC 43-46CCBD

阅读表达(共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分)

第三节:书面表达:(35 分)
One possible version Recently, as traditional Chinese festivals, such as the Mid-Autumn Day and the Dragon Boat Festival become official holidays, self-driving travel has become people’s preference in traveling. The reasons why more and more people choose it are as follows. First, the economic development has made it possible for more people to buy their own private cars. What’s more, health-conscious people focus more on the quality of their life, so they will grasp every chance to

enjoy their life. Every coin has two sides. While providing people with more chances to travel together with their family and friends, self-driving travel may also bring about some problems, such as the traffic jams on the high way or even the expressway. Since people have to drive all the way during the tour, they have to pay special attention to the safety problem and avoid driving when exhausted.

考试时间:120 分钟 试题满分:150 分 本试卷分第一卷(选择题)和第二卷(非选择题)两部分,共 12 页。


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