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2014-2015 学年度海淀区高二年级 第一学期期末练习
第一部分:听力理解(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,共 20 分) 略 第二部分:第一节、单项填空(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,共 15 分)

21. It is inner beauty _B_____requires us to truly to see. A. which C.

how B. that D. what

22. In 19-century Europe,men would wear woolen shawls ___A___their shoulders. A. across C. through B. over D. above

23. In my childhood,when my parents were away,it was my grandma who___A___accompany me to school. A. should C. would B. could D. might

24. ______Mr.Roman?s teachers predicted a career in acting,Mr.Roman was not convinced himself ______ he met a group of talented people at university. A. Since;when C. Although;until B. When;which D. Until;which

25. When teaching the word ”love”,Anne answered Helen by explaining that love was like the sun and clouds______. A. by the way B. on the way


C. in the way

D. in a way

26. Inner beauty takes__D____a casual glance to appreciate and it is much more important than physical beauty. A. rather than C. other than B. better than D. more than

27. The coffee is wonderful! It doesn?t taste like anything I _B_____before. A. had ever had C. have -Jane look unhappy,what?s wrong?. - Unfortunately,she __A____on bus this morning. A. had her purse being stolen B. had her purse stolen C. had her purse to steal D. had her purse steal B. have ever had D. was having

29. The stampede incident happening in Shanghai .on the night before the New Year of 2015 has ______36 deaths,______may are college students. A. brought in;for whom C. led in;of whom 30. Entering the room,I B. resulted from;for whom D. Resulted in;of whom found my father ______at the desk and

______something A. seat;write C. seated;writing B. seated;wrote D. seating;writing

31. He ______the ends of his trousers and waded across the river carefully. A. turned up C. turned off B. turned on D. turned down

-You seem to be familiar with the city - I ______English in a school here for two years.It is great to be back again.


A. have been teaching C. have taught

B. had taught D. taught

33. You don?t know what great difficulty I had ______to get the two tickets.I ______for almost two hours. A. Managing;have been queuing B. Managed;had been queuing C. Managing;have been queuing D. Managed;have been queuing 34. As a new graduate,he doesn?t know ______it takes to start a business here. A. how C. when B. which D. what ______to ordinary

35. Five people won the “China Green Figure”award,a title people for their contributions to environmental protection. A. being given C. is given B. given D. was given


第二节、完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,共 20 分) One Monday morning, the class were excited about the rumor(流言)that the science room was on fire over the weekend.Mr. Johnson, my fifth grade teacher___36___it and explained that science class would be cancelled ___37___the fire. He also___38___us not to go near the room because it could be dangerous. During the morning break, Kim and I ___39___to check out the damage.A first hand observation would make us heroes at lunch.We safely ___40___the science room.We stood on tiptoes(脚尖)looking hard through the door window, ___41___ to see what was like inside when suddenly a firm hold on our shoulders stopped us. "Where do you belong? Certainly not here!" I turned around to find a teacher staring ___42___at us, shouting.In those frozen seconds millions of ___43___flashed through my mind.My father would kill me for disobeying teachers.___44___ than that, my mother might be so mad that she might not him.My spirits ___45___even lower when I thought of how angry Mr.Johnson would be.Soon the teacher led Kim and me back to the classroom, leaving us ___46___before Mr.Johnson. But to our ___47___, there was no yelling and no anger from Mr.Johnson.___48___, he bent slowly to look me in the eye.I was met with a look of ___49___rather than anger.He spoke softly and carefully as he explained why he was ___50___ in my decision to go where I might have got ___51___.As I looked into the eyes of the man who could send me to unimagined consequences at home, tears ___52___ up in my eyes.The thought of disappointing Mr.Johnson ___53___me while I felt a gentle touch of Mr.Johnson's hand on my shoulder.I glanced up and he smiled.My ___54___for Mr.Johnson grew greatly the moment I discovered that he still liked me even after I'd disappointed him.I could see that


he cared more about my ___55___than the fact that I'd broken a rule.It was the first time I felt the power of forgiveness.

36. A. heard 37. A. due to 38. A. reminded 39. A. pretended 40. A. entered 41. A. hanging 42. A. angrily 43. A. excuses 44. A. Easier 45. A. flew 46. A. whistling 47. A. surprise 48. A. However 49. A. comfort 50. A. frightened 51. A. hurt 52. A. sealed 53. A. shocked 54. A. care 55. A. safety

B. believed B. despite B. warned B. asked B. found B. trying B. patiently B. thoughts B. Less B. sank B. chatting B. delight B. Therefore B. guilt B. puzzled B. burnt B. rushed B. shamed B. hope B. freedom

C. confirmed C. in terms of C. informed C. decided C. examined C. happening C. silently C. words C. Worse C. beat C. whispering C. regret C. Otherwise C. concern C. discouraged C. lost C. welled C. bored C. desire C. dignity

D. studied D. other than D. convinced D. promised D. reached D. waiting D. curiously D. feelings D. Later D. moved D. trembling D. sorrow D. Instead D. Complaint D. disappointed D. blamed D. Rounded D. confused D. Love D. behavior


第三部分、阅读理解 (共 15 小题;每小题 2 分,共 30 分) A The easy way out isn't always easiest . I learned that lesson when I decided to treat Doug , my husband of one month , to a special meal . I glanced through my cookbook and chose a menu which included homemade bread . Knowing the bread would take time , I started on it as soon as Doug left for work . As I was not experienced in cooking , I thought if a dozen was good , two dozens would be better , so I doubled everything . As Doug loved oranges , I also opened a can of orange and poured it all into the bowl . Soon there was a sticky dough (面团) covered with ugly yellowish marks . Realizing I had been defeated , I put the dough in the rubbish bin outside so I wouldn't have to face Doug laughing at my work , I went on preparing the rest of the meal , and , when Doug got home , we sat down to eat Cornish chicken with rice . He tried to enjoy the meal but seemed disturbed . Twice he got up and went outside , saying he thought he heard a noise . The third time he left , I went to the windows to see what he was doing . Looking out , I saw Doug standing about three feet from the rubbish bin , holding the lid up with a stick and looking into the container . When I came out of the house , he dropped the stick and explained that there was something alive in our rubbish bin . Picking up the stick again , he held the lid up enough for me to see . I felt cold . But I stepped closer and looked harder . Without doubt it was my work . The hot sun had caused the dough to double in size and the fermenting yeast (酵 母)made the surface shake and sigh as though it were breathing .It looked like some unknown being from outer space. I could see why Doug was so shaken. I had to admit what the 'living thing” was and why it was there . I don't know who was more embarrassed by the whole thing - Doug or me.


56. The writer's purpose in writing this story is A. to tell an interesting experience B. to show the easiest way out of a difficulty


C. to describe the trouble facing a newly married woman D. to explain the difficulty of learning to cook from books

57. Why did the woman's attempt at making the bread turn out to be unsuccessful? . A. The canned orange had gone bad B. She didn't use the right kind of flour C. The cookbook was hard to understand D. She did not follow the directions closely

58. Why did the woman put the dough in the rubbish bin? A. She didn't see the use of keeping it B. She meant to joke with her husband C. She didn't want her husband to see it D. She hoped it would soon dry in the sun

59. What made the dough in the rubbish bin frightening? A. The rising and falling movement. B. The strange-looking marks C. Its shape D. Its size


B Dear Volunteers, The service you will provide to elderly individuals in Abilene as a Meals on Wheels volunteer is deeply appreciated. I want to take this opportunity to thank you for the many miles you will travel and all of the hours you will contribute to help make this one of the best programs in the entire state. We have our staff members make a home visit before adding each person to the program and try to visit everyone at least once every year. That is hardly enough, and we depend on your contact a great deal! It is important that you report back when you do not get an answer to your knock on the door. The person inside may be hurt or ill. They may be in hospital or out of town and fail to inform us. If they are frequently absent, we may need to determine if they still need meals. If you find someone with a medical emergency, please call 911 to request medical assistance, and then call the Meals on Wheels office. If you find someone who needs assistance other than for a medical emergency, please call the Meals on Wheels office at 6725050, and we will try to find the appropriate agency or individual to call. Let us know when a certain person needs extra food. We have a food preparation room of shelf stable items to share with them. Please feel free to take a few magazines when you deliver meals. Many of those we serve cannot afford magazines and enjoy reading. If someone is interested in getting books from the Abilene Public Library, let us know. We can sign them up for the Books on Wheels program. Call if you smell gas strongly when you deliver meals, or if someone needs a space heater, a blanket, or an electric fan. Please convey all needs to us, and we will try to see that they are met. Some of the elderly people who we offer our service may have cancers, liver diseases, AIDS, etc. If you do not want to deliver meals to the people with certain types of health problems, such as these, please let us know.

Sincerely, Betty L. Bradley, LBSW, Executive Director

60. Why does the author write this letter? A. To express great thanks to volunteers B. To tell volunteers what they are tasked with C. To explain how the old people get help D. To describe the life situation of the old people 61. What can we learn about the volunteers from the passage ? A. They order books for needy people B. They design programs to help people C. They offer medical help to sick people . D. They deliver food to the elderly people . 62. How does the author learn about the needs of the people served? A. He visits them now and then to get the information B. His staff members call them to get the information C. The volunteers report back the information to him D. The family members send the information to his office


C Grown-ups are often surprised by how well they remember something they learned as children but have never practiced ever since. A man who has not had a chance to go swimming for years can still swim as well as ever when he gets back in the water. He can get on a bicycle after many years and still ride away. He can play catch and hit a ball as well as his son. A mother who has not thought about the words for years can teach her daughter the poem that begins "Twinkle, twinkle, little star" or remember the story of Cinderella or Goldilocks and the Three Bears. One explanation is the law of overlearning, which can be stated as follows: Once we have learned something, additional learning trials increase the length of time we will Remember it In childhood we usually continue to practice such skills as swimming, bicycle riding, and playing baseball long after we have learned them. We continue to listen to and remind ourselves of words such as "Twinkle, twinkle, little star" and childhood tales such as Cinderella and Goldilocks. We not only learn but overlearn. The multiplication tables(乘法口诀表)are an exception to the general rule. that we forget rather quickly the things that we learn in school, because they are another of the things we overlearn in childhood. The law of overlearning explains why cramming(突击学习)for an examination, though it may result in a passing grade, is not a satisfactory way to learn a college course. By cramming, a student may learn the subject well enough to get by on the examination, but he is likely soon to forget almost everything he learned. A little overlearning, on the other hand, is really necessary for one's future development.


63. What?s the main idea of Paragraph 1 A. People remember well what they learned in childhood B. Children have a better memory than grown-ups C. Poem reading is a good way to learn words D. Stories for children are easy to remember

64. The author explains the law of overlearning by________. A. presenting research findings . B. setting down general rules . C. making a comparison . D. using examples .

65. According to the author, being able to use multiplication tables is______ A. a skill to deal with math problems B. a special case of cramming C. a result of overlearning D. a basic step towards advanced studies

66. What is the author's opinion on cramming? A. It leads to failure in college exams B. It's helpful only in a limited way C. It's possible to result in poor memory D. It increases students' learning interest


D Of all systems of symbols, language is the most highly developed. It has been pointed out that human beings, by agreement, can make anything stand for anything. Human beings have agreed, in the course of centuries of mutual dependency, to let the various noises that they can produce with their lungs, throats, tongues, teeth, and lips systematically stand for certain happenings in their nervous systems. We call that system of agreements language. There is no necessary connection between the symbol and that which it stands for. Just as social positions can be symbolized by feathers worn on the head, by gold on the watch chain, or by a thousand other things according to the culture we live in, so the fact of being hungry can be symbolized by a thousand different noises according to the culture we live in. However obvious these facts may appear at first glance, they are actually not so obvious as they seem except when we take special pains to think about the subject. Symbols and the things they stand for are independent of each other, yet we all have a way of feeling as if, and sometimes acting as if, there were necessary connections. For example, there are people who feel that foreign languages are unreasonable by nature; foreigners have such funny names for things, and why can?t they call things by their right names? This feeling exhibits itself most strongly in those English and American tourists who seem to believe that they can make the natives of any country understand English if they shout loud enough. Like the little boy who is reported to have said: “Pigs are called pigs because they are such dirty animals,” they feel that the symbol is inherently connected in some way with the things symbolized.


67. Language is a highly developed system of symbols because human beings ______. A. have made use of language for centuries B. use our nervous systems to support language C. have made various noises stand for any events D. can make anything stand for anything by agreement

68. What can we conclude from Paragraph 2? A. Different noises may mean different things . . . .

B. Our culture determines what a symbol stands for

C. The language we use symbolizes our social positions D. Our social positions determine the way we are dressed

69. In Paragraph 3, “take special pains” probably means “_____”. A. try very hard B. take our time C. are very unhappy D. feel especially painful

70. The example of the little boy is used to show that _____. A. adults often learn from their young B. “pig” is a dirty word because pigs are dirty C. words are not connected with the things they stand for D. people sometimes have wrong ideas about how language works


第四部分:书面表达(15 分) 情景作文:假设你是红星高中高三(1)班的学生李华,下面四幅图描述了一天下 午放学后你和几个同学回家路上的经历,请根据图片的先后顺序,为校刊“英文园 地”写一篇短文,词数不少于 100.

The other day.I was taking Bus 501 bake home from school with my classmates_______________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________


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