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新高二返校英语测试
第一部分 听力(共两节,每小题 1.5 分,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. Why does the man fail to get the job? A. He doesn’t have enough experience. B. The company isn’t hiring right now. C. He wants too much money. 2. What is the woman doing? A. Buying clothes. B. Drawing a picture. C. Taking art photos.

3. When will the man probably have a massage(按摩)? A. At 4:30. B. At 4:00. C. At 3:30.

4. Where are the speakers probably? A. In a car. B. On the subway. C. On a bus.

5. How much will the man pay for the shoes in total? A. $40. 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。 听第 6 段材料,回答第 6 至 7 题。 6. When did the washing machine first break down? A. Yesterday. ago. 7. How did the man solve the problem? A. By putting a loose part back in place. B. By checking all the parts of the machine. B. About ten days ago. C. About three weeks B. $80. C. $160.

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C. By changing the motor. 听第 7 段材料,回答第 8 至 9 题。 8. What are the speakers mainly talking about? A. The way taxes are used. schools. 9. What will the man do next? A. Donate some money. B. Write down his address. C. Sign his name. B. A new tax law. C. How to improve

听第 8 段材料,回答第 10 至 12 题。 10. Why did the man quit smoking? A. He was getting sick too often. B. He didn’t like feeling unhealthy. C. He wanted to lose weight. 11. What did the man say about the girls he had met recently? A. They often made fun of him for smoking. B. They made it difficult for him to quit smoking. C. They didn’t want to make friends with smokers. 12. What can we learn about the man? A. He has gained some weight. B. he doesn’t want t hang out with the woman yet. C. He has been smoke-free for a couple of weeks. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 13 至 16 题。 13. Where are the speakers? A. On a plane. museum. 14. Which is one of Mr. Miller’s most important responsibilities? A. Keeping track of how much fuel is left. B. Landing the plane. C. Knowing how fast they are flying. 15. Who does most of the flying while the plane is in the air? A. Mr. Miller. B. The computer. C. Mr. Miller’s
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B. At a flight school.

C. In an airplane

partner. 16. What doesn’t Mr. Miller use the radio for? A. Talking to people at the airport. B. Talking to people on other planes in the sky. C. Talking to the passengers on-board. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. Who started the Library of Congress? A. President George Washington. B. President of John Adams. C. Jefferson/ 18. What were the Library’s books about in the early days? A. Law. B. Art. C. All subjects. Thomas

19. What is most of the budget for the Library used for? A. To purchase new books. B. To hire famous experts t work there. C. To keep the valuable items safe. 20. According to the speaker, which collection at the Library is the best in the world? A. Its magic books. books. 第二部分: 英语知识运用 (共两节, 满分 30 分) 第一节: 单项填空 (共 20 小题; 每小题 1 分, 满分 10 分) 请阅读下面各题, 从题中所给的 A、 B、 C、 D 四个选项中, 选出最佳选项, 并在答题卡 上将该项涂黑。 21. I just heard____ bank where Dora works was robbed by____ gunman wearing a mask. A. the; / B. a; / C. the; a D. a; the B. Its movies. C. Its comic

22.I had just stepped out of the bathroom and was busily drying myself with a towel ______ I head the steps. A. while B. when C.since D. after

23. The whole team _____ Cristiano Ronaldo, and he seldom lets them down. A. wait on B. focus on C. count on D. call on

24. —Jim, can you work this Sunday?
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—________? I’ve been working for two weeks on end. A. Why me B. Why not C. What if D. So what

25. Computer games can be a poor influence if ________ in the wrong hands. A. to leave B. leaving C. leave D. left

26. It’s not doing the things we like, but liking the things we have to do ________ makes life happy. A. that B. which C. what D. who

27. Only after talking to two students ________ that having strong motivation is one of the biggest factors in reaching goals. A. I did discover discovered 28. You ____ be Carol. You haven’t changed a bit after all these years. A. must B. can C. will D. shall B. did I discover C. I discovered D.

29. In spite of his great fame, Professor Michael found his lessons difficult for his students to _______ . A. solve digest 30. She has been working hard day and night, which of course, ________ her pale face. A. accounts for answers for 31. The manager asked me to finish the task by Sunday. How can I _______ to? A. attempt B. manage C. decide D. happen B. stands for C. goes for D. B. realize C. circulate D.

32. One’s life has value ______ one brings value to the life of others. A. as long as C. as soon as B. as far as D. as well as

33. Family is not to complain but to love. Few _______ are stronger than it. A. members relations B. solutions C. reactions D.

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34. Over 1.8 million of Hong Kong’s residents have sent out a clear message against the movement ______ they want an end to disorders and a return to normal life. A. what C. which B. that D. where

35. Experts and teachers all think that failure is not _____ a bad thing to some extent. A. greatly B. definitely C. necessarily D. fully

36. The famous actor keeps fit and athletic by __________ at the gym for an hour every morning. A. making out out 37. --- I am really struck by your spoken English. You speak so fluently. Have you been abroad? ---Yes. I ______ in London for two years. A. have stayed D. have been staying 38._______ wants to stay in a hotel has to pay their own way. A. Anyone B. The one C. Whoever D. Who B. stayed C. had stayed B. figuring out C. working out D. turning

39.Don’t worry. I’m sure things will get better _______ . A. in time B. on time C. at times D. at the time

40. The recent explosion in Tianjin _______ me in the belief that stronger safety regulations are needed. A. concerns B. combines C. controls D. confirms

第二节: 完形填空 (共 20 小题; 每小题 1 分, 满分 20 分) 请阅读下面短文, 从短文后各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中, 选出最佳选项, 并在答 题卡上将该项涂黑。 A little boy was overheard talking to himself as he walked through 41 his 42 baseball hat and carrying a bal

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第三部分: 阅读理解 第一节:请阅读下列短文, 从短文后各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中, 选出最佳选项, 并 在答题卡上将该项涂黑. (共 20 小题; 每小题 2 分, 满分 40 分) A Getting away for a short time always seems like a great idea—until you have to pack. The rule is: pack light. Here are some tips to help you pack. Organize Yourself Make a list. Think of what you need from your head to your toes. When you’ve done this once, it’ll be easier next time. Start Small Consider buying small-size samples of shampoo, toothpaste, and other items at your local store. Make sure they are all sealed tightly. In an emergency, you can purchase them at your destination. But remember that the time you spend buying things at your destination will reduce your visiting time. The Clothing Dilemma Choosing which clothes to bring is probably the hardest packing decision to make. Think once again from head to toe — hat, shirts, jeans, sneakers, etc. Once you’ve picked out what you want to bring, think carefully. Do you really need that extra pair of jeans? If so, fine. Don’t try to fool yourself. You are the one who will be left holding the bag.

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Weather is an important factor in your packing. If it’s cold, you could wear a jacket, a sweater, a regular shirt, and a T-shirt. Layering up will keep you warm and it will leave more room in your bag. Remember how much easier it will be to carry your bag! How to Pack 1.Use a small, light bag. IF your need to buy a bag, stick with something simple, like a small backpack. 2.Distribute the weight evenly(均匀地). It makes carrying around a bag a lot easier. 3. Roll up your casual clothes instead of folding and laying them flat. This leaves more room to pack other things, and keeps your clothes fairly wrinkle-free. 4. Pack any breakables in the middle of your bag. Cushion them with your clothing. 5. Put name tags with your home address on and in your bag. Remember that it is you who have been invited somewhere, not your things. You will have an easier time if you are not weighed down, so do it right—pack light. 61. This text would be most helpful to a reader who is _______ . A. going on a vacation C. moving to a new home B. shopping for luggage D. hosting relatives for a visit

62. If you buy things at your local st ore ahead of time, you can _______ . A. lighten your load C. have more visiting time B. save a lot of money D. have more room in your bag

63. What should one plan to do if going somewhere in the winter? A. Pack an extra sweater for the trip. clothing. C. Mix and match clothing outfits. bag. 64. What does the author recommend doing immediately after choosing which clothes to pack? A. Removing half the clothes. B. Laying them flat in the backpack. D. Roll jackets so they fit in the B. Put on several layers of

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C. Making a list of other items to bring. than folding them.

D. Rolling up clothes rather

65. Which of the following would the author probably agree with/ A. Choosing a bag as big as possible. be folded. C. Placing heavy things at the bottom of the bag. D. Putting breakables in the middle of the bag. B. Folding all the things that can

B Poet William Stafford once said that we are defined more by the detours( 绕行 路) in life than by the narrow road toward goals. I like this image. But it was quite by accident that I discovered the deep meaning of his words. For years we made the long drive from our home in Seattle to my parents' home in Boise in nine hours. We traveled the way most people do: the fastest, shortest, easiest road, especially when I was alone with four noisy, restless kids who hate confinement(限制) and have strong opinions about everything. Road trips felt risky,so I would drive fast, stopping only when I had to. We would stick to the freeways and arrive tired. But then Banner, our lamb was born. He was rejected by his mama days before our planned trip to Boise. I had two choices: leave Banner with my husband, or take him with me. My husband made the decision for me. That is how I found myself on the road with four kids, a baby lamb and nothing but my everlasting optimism to see me through. We took the country roads out of necessity. We had to stop every hour, let Banner shake out his legs and feed him. The kids chased him and one another. They'd get back in the car breathless and energized, smelling fresh from the cold air. We explored side roads, catching grasshoppers in waist-high grass. Even if we simply looked out of the car windows at baby pigs following their mother, or fish leaping out of the water, it was better than the best ride down the freeway. Here was life. And new horizons(见识).
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We eventually arrived at my parents' doorstep astonishingly fresh and full of stories. I grew brave with the trip back home and creative with my disciplining technique. On an empty section of road, everyone started quarreling. I stopped the car, ordered all kids out and told them to meet me up ahead. I parked my car half a mile away and read my book in sweet silence. Some road trips are by necessity fast and straight. But that trip with Banner opened our eyes to a world available to anyone adventurous enough to wander around and made me realize that a detour may uncover the best part of journey—and the best part of yourself. 66. Why did the author use to take freeways to her parents' home? A. It was less tiring. C. Her kids would feel less confined. drivers nearby. 67. The author stopped regularly on the country roads to A. relax in the fresh air C. take care of the lamb ________. B. It would be faster and safer. D. She felt better with other

B. take a deep breath D. let the kids play with Banner

68. What does the author discover from the trip according to Paragraph 6? A. Freeways are where beauty hides. B. Getting close to nature adds to the joy of life. C. Enjoying the beauty of nature benefits one's health. D. One should follow side roads to watch wild animals. 69. Why did the author ask the kids to get out of the car on their way back home? A. To give herself some time to read. C. To play a game with them. B. To order some food for them. D. To let them cool down.

70. What could be the best title for the passage? A. Charm of the Detour C. Creativity out of Necessity C Martin was returning to work in his London office after spending two weeks with
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B. The Road to Bravery D. Road Trip and Country Life

his brother in New York. He was coming back with a heavy heart. It was not just that it was the end of a wonderful holiday; it was not just that he invariably suffered badly from jet lag(时差); it was that Monday mornings always began with a team me e ting and, over the months, he had grown to hate them. Martin was aware that colleagues approached these meetings with hidden agendas; they indulged in (沉溺于) gameplaying; and he knew that people were not being honest and open. The meetings themselves were bad enough—there was all the moaning afterwards at the meeting like “I could have improved on that idea, but I wasn't going to say”. As this morning's meeting began, Martin prepared himself for the usual dullness and boredom. But,as the meeting progr essed, he became aware of a strange background noise. At first, he thought that he was still hearing the engine nois e from the aircraft that had brought him back to London. But, as he concentrated on the noise, it became a little clearer. He realized,to his amazement, that he could actually hear what they were thinking at the same time as they were speaking. What surprised him, even more than the acquisition(获得)of this strange power, was that he discovered that what people were saying was not really what they were thinking. They were not making clear their reservations. They were not supporting views which they thought might be popular. They were not contributing their new insights. They were not volunteering their new ideas. Martin found it impossible not to respond to his new knowledge. So he started to make gentle interventions,based more on what he could hear his colleagues thinking than on what he could hear them saying. “So, John,are you really saying...” “Susan, do you really think that?” “Tom, have you got an idea on how we could take this forward?” They looked at him, puzzled. In truth, he felt rather proud of his newly-acquired talent. As the meeting progressed, it was clear to him that each member of the meeting was learning how to hear the thoughts of the others. The gameplaying started to fall away; people started to speak more directly; views became better understood; the
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atmosphere became more open and trusting. The meeting ended. As people left the room, Martin found that he could still hear what they were thinking.“That was the best meeting we've ever had.” “All meetings should be like that.” “In future, I'm going to say what I think”. 71. It is known from the first paragraph that Martin ______. A. just came back from his business trip in New York B. was found to suffer from a serious heart disease during the trip C. had a good time during his fortnight's stay in New York D. didn't like his work in his London office 72. Why did Martin hate his company's team meeting? A. Because it had to be held every Monday morning. B. Because he was tired of hosting such a meeting. C. Because he couldn't control the meeting that was out of order. D. Because the meeting atmosphere wasn't open and trusting. 73.The underlined part “his newly-acquired talent” in Paragraph 5 means that he could ______. A. still hear the engine noise of the plane though he was back B. clearly hear what the members of the meeting were saying C. actually control the thoughts of the members of the meeting D. express what the meeting members were thinking based on their words and their thoughts 74. What do we know about this Monday morning's meeting from the passage? A. Martin made people say what they were thinking immediately the meeting began. B. Martin was angry at the dullness of the meeting at the beginning of the meeting all the time. C. Martin led people to express their real thoughts with th e meeting progressing. D. Many members of the meeti ng played games and told lies at the meeting all the time. 75. It is inferred from the last two paragraphs that towards the end of the meeting Martin would hear such words as “______”.
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A. I was thinking of making a suggestion—but I couldn't be bothered B. I have got an idea on how we could take this forward.I think we should... C. The usual people say the usual things, so I have no other new ideas D. I could have improved on that idea, but I wasn't going to say D Elderly women who eat foods higher in potassium(钾)are less likely to have strokes and die than women who eat less potassium-rich foods, according to new research in the American Heart Association. “Previous studies have shown that potassium consumption may lower blood pressure. But whether potassium intake could prevent stroke(中风)or death wasn’t clear,” said Smoller, professor of the department of population health at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, NY. Researchers studied 90,137 women, aged from 50 to 79 for an average 11 years. They looked at how much potassium the women consumed, as well as if they had strokes, including ischemic strokes (缺血性中风), or died during the study period. Women in the study were stroke-free at the start and their average dietary potassium intake was 2,611 mg/day. Results of this study are based on potassium from food, not supplements. The researchers found: Women who ate the most potassium were 12 percent less likely to suffer stroke in general and 16 percent less likely to suffer an ischemic stroke than women who ate the least. Women who ate the most potassium were 10 percent less likely to die than those who ate the least. Among women who did not have high blood pressure, those who ate the most potassium had a 27 percent lower ischemic stroke risk and 21 percent reduced risk for all stroke types, compared to women who ate the least potassium in their daily diets. Among women with high blood pressure, those who ate the most potassium had a lower risk of death, but potassium intake did not lower their stroke risk. “Our findings suggest that women need to eat more potassium-rich foods. You won’t find high potassium in junk food. Some foods rich in potassium include white and sweet potatoes, bananas and white beans.” The U.S. Department of Agriculture recommends that women eat at least 4,700 mg
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of potassium daily. “Only 2.8 percent of women in our study met or went beyond this level. The World Health Organization’s daily potassium recommendation for women is lower, at 3,510 mg or more. Still, only 16.6 percent of women we studied met or went beyond that,” said Smoller. While increasing potassium intake is probably a good idea for most elderly women, there are some people who have too much potassium in their blood, which can be dangerous to the heart. “People should check with their doctor about how much potassium they should eat,” she said. The study was observational and included only elderly women. Researchers also did not take sodium (钠) intake into consideration, so the potential importance of a balance between sodium and potassium is not among the findings. Researchers said more studies ar e needed to determine whether potassium has the same effects on men and younger people. 76. The benefits of potassium intake to elderly women do not include ______. A. preventing strokes heart attacks C. cutting down death risks blood pressure 77. Which of the following figure meets the daily potassium intake recommendation of the World Health Organization? A. 4,000 mg D. 2,500 mg 78. What conclusion can be drawn from the research findings? A. Increasing potassium is definitely a good idea for all elderly women. B. Elderly women with high blood pressure benefit more from potassium. C. Potassium intake is more beneficial to those without high blood pressure. D. There was not any association between potassium intake and ischemic strokes. 79. It can be learned from the passage that ______. A. Results of the research were based on potassium from medicine B. Researchers gave different amounts of potassium to the elderly women
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B.

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C. Elderly women need to keep a balance between sodium and potassium intake D. The effects of potassium intake on men and younger people are not yet known 80. The author’s purpose for writing this passage is to ______. A. present a report on a new research life style C. give information about a chemical element D. encourage elderly women to take potassium 第二节: 阅读下面材料,用不多于 1 个单词的正确形式填空 (共 10 小题; 每小题 1 分, 满分 10 分) Yangshuo, China It was raining lightly when I__81__(arrive) in Yangshuo just before dawn. But I didn’t care. A few hours__82__, I’d been at home in Hong Kong, with __83_(it) serious smog. Here, the air was clean and fresh, even with the rain. I’d skipped nearby Guilin, a dream place for tourists seeking the limestone mountain tops and dark waters of the Li River_84__are pictured by artists in so many Chinese _85__(painting). Instead, I’d headed straight for Yangshuo. For those who fly to Guilin, it’s only an hour away__86_ car and offers all the scenery of the better-known city. Yangshuo__87__(be) really beautiful. A study of travelers_88__(conduct) by the website TripAdvisor names Yangshuo as one of the top 10 destinations in the world. And the town is fast becoming a popular weekend destination for people in Asia. Abercrombie & Kent, a travel company in Hong Kong, says it_89__(regular) arranges quick getaways here for people_90__(live) in Shanghai and Hong Kong. 非选择题部分(共 40 分) 第四部分:写作(共两节,满分 40 分) 第一节:短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 l 分,满分 l0 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:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(^),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。
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B. show the importance of a good

注意:1.每处错误及其修改均仅限一词; 2.只允许修改 l0 处,多者(从第 ll 处起)不计分。 Carnegie spent almost twenty years give his wealth away. He believed that those who became rich should return that they did not need to society. He once said, “A rich man dies disgraceful if he does not use the ability he has shown in gathering money give away his money for the public good during his lifetime.” He began to use his money to build free public libraries. It was said that his money had built almost 3,000 library by the year 1919. Most of these were in the United States, but some of which were in Canada, Great Britain, New Zealand, and even as far as the Fiji Islands. A gift of four million dollars were made to Carnegie’s hometown, Dunfermline, Scotland. It was used to bui lding parks and playgrounds for the people of the town. Pittsburgh, where he made up his fortune, was given a music hall, a museum, a art gallery, and a public library. 第二节 作文(满分 30 分) 假设你的朋友 Tony 因上学期高三期末数学考试未及格 而倍受打击,情绪低落。请你(王华) 写一封信给他, 鼓励他重拾信心,实现梦想。 注意:1. 词数 120 左右;2.文中不得透露个人真实姓名和学校名称。

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新高二返校测试参考答案 听力 1-20 BAAAB BABCB CAABB CBACC

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7. were-was 8. building-build 9. Delete up. 10. a-an 作文 Dear Tony, I’m sorry to hear that you failed in the last final maths exam, but what worries me most is that you are in low spirits when facing failure. As senior Three students, we all have taken exams of different types and experienced failure as well as success. There is no doubt that we should take positive attitudes towards our setbacks. we should spare no effort to analyze the cause of failure, which could help us escape repeating the similar mistakes. Only when we find out the cause of our failure can we make progress in our study. As for your anxiety, I think doing some sports is good for you because it ca give you some time to be refreshed in both body and mind so that you can go on with your learning energetically an efficiently. I hope all above can help you a lot. Let’s work hard together and turn our dream into reality.

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