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高二英语期初测试
第一部分:听力(共两节,满分 20 分) 第一节(共 5 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 5 分) 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. How is the weather in Dubai at the moment? A. Grey and rainy. A. In a hospital. 3. What does the man do? A. A student. B. A doctor. C. A teacher. 4. What does the man ask the woman to do? A. Send a text message to Keith. B. Write down his phone call number. C. Tell Keith to make a phone call to him. 5. What is the man doing? A. Doing shopping. B. Preparing dinner. C. Playing a trick on the woman. B. Sunny and warm. B. In a drugstore. C. Sunny and hot. C. In the woman?s office. 2. Where does the conversation probably take place?

第二节(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 请听下面 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,每小题将给出 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、7 题。 6. What are the speakers discussing? A. When to meet. A. Visit a customer. B. Where to have dinner. B. Attend a meeting. C. Whether to have lunch together. C. Receive the guests. 7. What will the woman do at 10 tomorrow morning? 听第 7 段材料,回答第 8、9 题。 8. What is the woman?s business? A. Building boats. A. 15. B. Selling boats. B. 10. C. Renting out boats. C. 8. 9. How many boats will the woman have next year? 听第 8 段材料,回答第 10 至 12 题。 10. What relation is Jack to the woman? A. Her husband. B. Her colleague. C. Her neighbor. 11. What can we learn about Jack? A. He cannot cook at all. B. He does lots of housework. C. His office is far from home.

12. What does the woman help do at home? A. She makes dinner. B. She does some washing. C. She does some cleaning. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 13 至 16 题。 13. Why was the man late for his flight? A. He looked for his suitcase. B. His arranged taxi didn?t turn up. C. He went back home to get his passport. 14. How did the man get to Lombok from Bali? A. By air. B. By ship. C. By taxi. 15. What happened when the man was swimming? A. He couldn?t head back to the beach. B. He had a sudden headache. C. He was hurt by a fish. 16. What did the man do in Lombok? A. He climbed the mountain. B. He enjoyed the sunset. C. He helped a taxi driver. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. Where is the Britain at War Experience? A. At Westminster. B. A short walk from Tooley Street. C. Near London Bridge mainline station. 18. What was Churchill War Rooms used for during the wartime? A. A living place for Churchill and his family. B. A hiding place for Churchill and his government. C. A working place for Churchill to have meetings. 19. What did the speaker do in St. James?s Park? A. He went boating on the lake. B. He looked at the London Eye. C. He took photos of the scenery. 20. What do we know about the speaker? A. He visited some places for free. B. He failed to visit Buckingham Palace. C. He spent £14.50 for entry to the attractions. 第二部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分 45 分) 第一节 单项选择(共 25 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 25 分) 请认真阅读下面各题,从题中所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出最佳选项。 21.China?s new hot word, tuhao, caught _______ attention of the dictionary?s editing team after BBC?s recent programme on ______ influential Chinese words. A. the; the B. the; / C. an; the D. an; /

22.—How are you getting along in England? —It?s OK…Not so well as expected, _________. A. either B. instead C. though D. yet 23.John _______ his view that we should take a three-day holiday after the examination. A. put away B. put forward C. put on D. put out 24.—Dick was really careless to get the orange juice on his shirt. —What a pity! It __________. A. isn?t washing out B. won?t be washed out C. isn?t washed out D. won?t wash out 25.Both sides should act on the agreement, one of _______ purposes is to ensure that they will perform their duty properly. A. which B. whose C. its D. what 26.Though the road is ________ 20 years ago, it is still crowded with many cars. A. as twice wide as B. as wide as twice C. the twice width of D. twice wider than 27.—Tom, were all the students on the school bus injured in the accident? —No, _______ only the three who got hurt. A. there was B. there were C. that was D. it was 28.The success of government should be measured ________ the happiness of the people as well as the development of economy. A. in favour of B. in place of C. in honour of D. in terms of 29.—Have you handed in your plan for the project? —Yes. My classmates and I _______ on it for the whole weekend. A. have worked B. are working C. have been working D. worked 30.—Tom seems not so enthusiastic as he was two years ago. —Yes. He?s really reached a point in his career ______ he has to decide what to do next. A. that B. when C. where D. which 31.People may forget what you said or what you did, but they will never forget ______ you made them feel. A. why B. how C. what D. that 32.While addressing a conference on Thursday, President Xi Jinping said that China-US ties are not a win-lose game but _______ in which both can be winner. A. the one B. that C. one D. it 33.Our government has promised to improve our water quality, so it won?t be long _______ the residents can have access to clean water. A. after B. since C. before D. unless 34. No one knows for certain how the first Americans arrived in _____ is now the United States. A. which B. what C. where D. why 35.—Why didn?t invite John to your birthday party? —Well, you know he?s ___________. A. an early bird B. a wet blanket C. a lucky dog D. a tough nut 36. In the global economy, a new drug for cancer, ____________ it is discovered, will create many economic possibilities around the world. A. whatever B. whoever C. wherever D. whichever

37. Generally, students? inner motivation with high expectations from others _____________ essential to their development. A. is B. are C. was They must be somewhere. D. were 38. —Where ___________Margaret have put the empty bottles? —She____________ them away. A. can; can?t have thrown B. must; needn?t C. must; must have thrown D. can; must throw 39. —She should not have done that sort of thing. —Whatever she did was reasonable, ___________ to what you had done. Besides, it?s none of your business. Get down to ____________ your lessons. A. compared; doing C. compared; do A. can you get C. you get B. comparing; doing D. comparing; do B. you can get D. you will get

40. Nowhere else in such a small town, I think, _____________ a book as good as this one.

41. —“Could we put off the meeting?” she asked. — “_____________.” He answered politely. “This is the only day everyone is available.” A. Not likely B. Not exactly C. Not nearly D. Not really 42. Song Zuying became the first Chinese singer __________ a solo concert at the Vienna Golden Hall, ____________ an audience of more than 1000. A. holding; to attract B. to be held; attracted C. hold; attract D. to hold; attracting 43. With inspiration from food cultures, American food culture can take a __________ for the better. A. share A. would march A. sitting; fixing B. chance B. must march B. sit; fixed C. turn C. should march C. sitting; to be fixed D. lead D. were marching D. seated; fixed 44. The army received a command that they__________ to the front immediately. 45. In the reading room, we found her___________ at a desk, with her attention ________on a book. 第二节 完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 请认真阅读下面各题,从题中所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出最佳选项。 I used to hate being called upon in class mainly because I didn?t like attention drawn to myself. And 46 otherwise assigned(指定)a seat by the teacher, I always 47 to sit at the back of the classroom. All this 48 after I joined a sports team. It began when a teacher suggested I try out for the basketball team. At first I thought it was a crazy 49 because I didn?t have a good sense of balance, nor did I have the 50 to keep pace with the others on the team and they would tease me. But for the teacher who kept insisting on my “ 51 for it”, I wouldn?t have decided to give a try.

Getting up the 52 to go to the tryouts was only the half of it! When I first started 53 the practice sessions, I didn?t even know the rules of the game, much 54 what I was doing. Sometimes I?d get 55 and take a shot at the wrong direction—which made me feel really stupid. 56 , I wasn?t the only one “new” at the game, so I decided to 57 on learning the game, do my best at each practice session, and not be too hard on myself for the things I didn?t 58 “just yet”. I practiced and practiced. Soon I knew the 59 and the “moves”. Being part of a team was fun and motivating. Very soon the competitive 60 in me was winning over my lack of confidence. With time, I learned how to play and made friends in the 61 — friends who respected my efforts to work hard and be a team player. I never had so much fun! With my 62 self-confidence comes more praise from teachers and classmates. I have gone from “63” in the back of the classroom and not wanting to call attention to myself, 64 raising my hand— even when I sometimes wasn?t and not 100 percent 65 I had the right answer. Now I have more self-confidence in myself. 46. A. as B. unless C. until D. though 47. A. chose B. agreed C. meant D. hoped 48. A. continued B. settled C. changed D. started 49. A. saying B. plan C.belief D. idea 50. A. right B. ability C. chance D.patience 51. A. looking B. going C. cheering D. applying 52. A. strengths B. knowledge C. courage D. competence 53. A. attending B. preparing C. enjoying D. watching 54. A. worse B. later C. less D. further 55. A. committed B.separated C. embarrassed D. confused 56. A. Interestingly B. Obviously C. Fortunately D. Hopefully 57. A. try B. act C. rely D. focus 58. A. want B. do C. know D. support 59. A. steps B. rules C. orders D. games 60. A. part B. roles C. mind D. value 61. A. movement B. operation C. process D. situation 62. A. improved B. expressed C. preserved D. recognized 63. A. dreaming B. playing C. hiding D. relaxing 64. A. to B. for C. with D. by 65. A. lucky B. happy C. satisfied D. sure 第三部分 阅读理解(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 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出最佳选项。 A. Playa la Audiencia, Manzanillo Playa la Audiencia is one of the most popular beaches in Manzanillo for families and one of the best beach spots along Mexico?s Pacific coast. Playa la Audiencia is a stunning little beach with a golden shoreline which overlooks the bay and offers great conditions for swimming, diving, and other cool water sports such as jet-skiing and kayaking. If you are a diving enthusiast, you?ll definitely love spending time in Playa la Audiencia since its waters are shallow, calm and filled with

rocks covered with corals. Playa Brujas, Mazatlan Playa Brujas is probably one of the best surfing spots in Mazatlan. Playa Brujas is located 20 minutes? drive from the heart of Mazatlan and it?s a popular spot among local surfers. If you are a surfer looking to hit some waves along the west coast of Mexico, you?ll find Playa Brujas a very good spot to visit since Brujas possesses satisfactory waves all year round. North Beach, Isla Mujeres North beach is one of the nicest beaches in Isla Mujeres and it?s one of Mexico?s finest beaches in the Yucatan Peninsula. North Beach boasts a nice stretch of beach with white-powdery sand, warm turquoise waters and great diving spots. The best bit about North Beach besides its private location is that the beach is just minutes away by boat from Cancun, so you?re never too far from Cancun?s tourist attractions such as Wet n? Wild Paterpark and Xplor Eco Park, where you can enjoy caving adventures and zip-line (索道) rides. Xpu Ha Beach Xpu Ha Beach is located roughly between Tulum and Playa del Carmen and it is a nice spot for relaxing under the sun, walking and horseback riding. Xpu Ha is located along the stunning Riviera Maya and unlike other beaches along the Mexican Riviera Xpu Ha beach boasts a subtle beach club atmosphere. Xpu Ha Beach isn?t as busy as Mamita?s beach club but it still possesses cool beach clubs, a rental shop and a hotel. 66.If someone has appreciation for caving adventures, he or she should go to ________. A. North Beach B. Wet n? Wild Paterpark C. Xpu Ha Beach D. Playa Brujas 67. The similarity that the four beaches share is that ________. A. they have clubs B. tourists can have some sports C. the waters are shallow D. they have satisfactory waves 68. Which of the following is true according to the passage? A. Playa Brujas is close to Mazatlan and lies along the east coast of Mexico. B. North Beach is the finest beach in the Yucatan Peninsula for its private location. C. Tourists can rent some equipment at Xpu Ha Beach, which is as busy as others. D. When a couple choose a beach with children, Playa la Audiencia is their best choice. B A tender woman, or an independent one, which one would you prefer? A recent research shows that most people would choose the latter. This type of woman is called a nühanzi (“tough woman”). Experts believe these characteristics have social and psychological roots among young females in China. Su Hao?s friends all call her a tough woman, because she can finish tough tasks usually carried out by men. For example, she carries 10-litre water to her dormitory on the 5th floor. “I depend on no one but myself,” she says. According to a recent survey by China Youth Daily, tough women have become rather common in society. Of the 21,265 respondents, 78.5 percent said they are familiar with a tough woman. About 50 percent said they like women with tough characteristics, while less than 29 percent expressed the opposite view.

Why are tough women gaining popularity? Shen Meng, a psychological consultant, believes the fierce competition in society is contributing to this trend. “Women are often in a disadvantaged position compared to men,” Shen says. “In order to survive, they have to be independent, strong and tough.” Liu Xiaolin, professor of psychology at Wuhan Mental Health Center, believes tough women are brought up this way. They are often on close relationship with their fathers, who teach their daughters to be brave and decisive,” he says. As a result, these women are more likely to be psychologically healthy and more tolerant to stress, according to Liu. Though Liu believes that this is a good trend, Hu Shenzhi, a psychologist at the Guangdong Sunflower Counseling Center, says the popularity of tough woman indicates an unclear line between gender identities, which can lead to relationship problems. “Some women with characteristics that differ from the traditional female image may have a difficult time finding Mr Right,” he says. “Even if they get married, their manly characteristics might cause family conflicts. 69. Which of the followings doesn?t belong to the characteristics of a tough woman? A. She is independent of others in daily life. B. She is soft and tender to others. C. She is more tolerant to stress. D. She can solve problems usually for men. 70. How many respondents like tough women? A. about 10,600. B. about 16,700. C. 21,265. D. about 6,200 71. Why are there more tough women nowadays? A. Because tough women are more lovely. B. Because more women want to be independent. C. Because girls often love fathers more. D. Because of the fierce competition in society. 72. What problems may tough women have in their life? A. It?s difficult for them to be friends. B. They often suffer gender confusion. C. They may have difficulty with marriage. D. They have different characteristics form traditional female images. C. A new study links heavy air pollution from coal burning to shorter lives in northern China. Researchers estimate that the half-billion people alive there in the 1990s will live an average of 5 years less than their southern counterparts because they breathed dirtier air. China itself made the comparison possible: for decades, a now-discontinued government policy provided free coal for heating, but only in the colder north. Researchers found significant differences in both particulate pollution of the air and life expectancy in the two regions. While previous studies have found that pollution affects human health, “the deeper and ultimately more important question is the impact on life expectancy,” said one of the researchers, Michael Greenstone, a professor of environmental economics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. “This study provides a unique setting (背景) to answer the life expectancy question because the (heating) policy dramatically changes pollution concentrations (浓度) ”, Greenstone said

in an email. “Further, due to the low rates of migration in China in this period, we can know people?s exposure over long time periods,” he said. The policy gave free coal for fuel boilers to heat homes and offices to cities north of the Huai River, which divides China into north and south. It was in effect for much of the 1950—1980 period of central planning, and, though discontinued after 1980, it has left a legacy (遗留问题)in the north of heavy coal burning, which releases particulate pollutants into the air that can harm human health. Researchers found no other government policies that treated China?s north differently from the south. The researchers collected data for 90 cities, from 1981 to 2000, on the annual daily average concentration of total suspended ( 悬 浮 的 ) particulates. In China, those are considered to be particulates that are 100 micrometers or less in diameter, sent out from sources including power stations, construction sites and vehicles. Among them, PM2.5 is of especially great health concern because it can go deep into the lungs. The researchers estimated the impact on life expectancies using death data from 1991— 2000. They found that in the north, the concentration of particulates was 184 micrograms per cubic meter 一 or 55 percent higher than in the south, and life expectancies were 5.5 years lower on average across all age ranges. 73. The main idea of this passage is that ___________. A. the government provided free coal for heating in North China B. coal burning causes bad air quality across China C. research in China finds air pollution shortened life expectancy D. a new study finds different particulates in South China 74.According to Greenstone, ________ greatly contributed to the high pollution concentrations in North China. A. power stations B. construction sites C. the free heating policy D. gases from vehicles 75.It is implied in the passage that _________. A. coal is no longer used for heating in North China B. air quality was comparatively better in South China C. southerners burned coals for heating in the 1980s D. people preferred to live in South China after 1980 76.The underlined word “particulates” most probably means _________. A. dirty clouds B. particular smoke C. dangerous bacteria D. harmful dust D Most of us are taught to pay attention to what is said—the words. Words do provide us with some information, but meanings are derived from so many other sources that it would hinder our effectiveness as a partner to a relationship to rely too heavily on words alone. Words are used to describe only a small part of the many ideas we associate with any given message. Sometimes we can gain insight into some of those associations if we listen for more than words. We don't always say what we mean or mean what we say. Sometimes our words don?t mean anything except “I'm letting off some steam. I don?t really want you to pay close attention to what I'm saying. Just pay attention to what I'm feeling.” Mostly we mean several things at once. A person

wanting to purchase a house says to the current owner, “This step has to be fixed before I'll buy.” the owner says, “It's been like that for years.” Actually, the step hasn't been like that for years, but the unspoken message is: “I don't want to fix it. We put up with it. Why can't you?” The search for a more expansive view of meaning can be developed by examining a message in terms of who said it, when it occurred, the related conditions or situation, and how it was said. When a message occurs can also reveal associated meaning. Let us assume two couples do exactly the same amount of kissing and arguing. But one couple always kisses after an argument and the other couple always argues after a kiss. The ordering of the behaviors may mean a great deal more than the frequency of the behavior. We would do well to listen for how messages are presented. The words, “It sure has been nice to have you over,” can be said with emphasis and excitement or ritualistically(例行公事地). The phrase can be said once or repeated several times. And the meanings we associate with the phrase will change accordingly. Sometimes if we say something infrequently it assumes more importance; sometimes the more we say something the less importance it assumes. 77. The passage mainly tells us that ________. A. words provide listeners with the most important information B. listeners can gain insight if they listen for words carefully C. the comprehension of a message is influenced by a few factors D. when messages are presented is of great importance 78. Why shouldn?t people rely too much on words alone? A. Words are used to describe a big part of the many ideas. B. Words always successfully represent what we say. C. Listeners may not develop healthy relationships. D. Listeners will fail to understand the unspoken language. 79. With the example of the couples? behavior of kissing and arguing, the writer ________. A. places stress on the way messages are presented B. points out examining the situation can improve comprehension C. emphasizes on the importance of the timing of a message D. reminds the listeners to check their understanding more frequently 80. What is the most suitable title for the passage? A. Words matter B. The unspoken meaning C. The art of speaking D. Be a smart listener E Last year I ruined my summer vacation-a two-week vacation at my wife?s family cabin on a lake in northern Ontario, located at the boundary of the US and Canada-by bringing along a modern convenience that was too convenient for my own good: the iPad. Instead of admiring the beauty of nature, I checked e-mail. Instead of paddling an old canoe, I followed my Twitter feed. Instead of devouring great (or merely amusing) novels, I stuck to my workday diet of four newspapers each morning. And that was the problem: I was behaving as if I were still in the office, sticking to the unending news cycle. My body was on vacation but my head wasn?t.

So this year I made up my mind to try something different, a social media experiment in reverse: withdrawal from the Internet. Could I manage to unplug? I knew it wouldn?t be easy, since I?m not good at self-denial. But I was determined. I started with a physical restraint: handing the iPad to my wife, who helpfully announced that she was going to use it to read a 630-page novel for her book club and would not be inclined to relinquish the tablet for even a moment. Then, a stroke of luck: The cell phone signal at the Canadian cabin was spottier than in the past, making my attempts at cheating an experience in frustration. I was trapped, forced to comply with my own good intentions. Largely cut off from e-mail, Twitter and my favorite newspaper websites, I had little way to connect to the world except for radio -and how much radio can one listen to, really? I had no choice but to do what I had planned to do all along: read books. I experienced criminal plots on the streets of Los Angeles, cutthroat battles between cancer labs and the psyche of a London social butterfly in 1922. And there were old magazines to read. I?m not claiming that I cut myself off from the Internet completely. Every few days, we biked into the nearest town and, as a reward, sat on a park bench in front of the public library to use its Wi-Fi. And back at the cabin, we suffered through a slow dial-up connection once a day to check e-mail. This tale of self-denial has a happy ending-for now, at least. With determination and deep breathing, plus the strong support of my wife, I succeeded in my vacation struggle against the Internet, realizing finally that it was me, of course, not the iPad, that was the problem. I knew I had won when we passed a Starbucks and my wife asked if I wanted to stop to use the Wi-Fi. “Don?t need it,” I said, trying not to sound too pleased. However, as we return to post-vacation situation, a test begins: Can I stay on the wagon now that I?m back at work? There are times when the compulsion to know what?s being said right now is overwhelming (and for me, sometimes it?s crucial to my livelihood). And I have no intention of giving up my membership in the cult of immediacy. But I hope to resist the temptation to reflexively check my e-mail every five minutes, which often leads, as long as I?m looking, to checking my Twitter feed and a website or two. A vacation is supposed to help you reset your brain to become more productive. Here?s hoping this one worked. 81. What ruined the writer?s trip last year? A. That he was worn out because of the schedule. B. That he forgot to bring amusing novels with him. C. That he read too much newspaper last year. D. That he was distracted by too many things unrelated to the trip. 82. What does the underlined word ?restraint? mean? A. A calm and controlled behavior. B. A relaxing move. C. A strong determination. D. An unshakable faith. 83. What did the writer do to get in touch with the outside world during the trip? A. Reading online newspapers. B. Following his friends? Twitter.

C. Checking email every now and then. D. Listening to the radio. 84. Why did the writer claim that his self-denial process have a happy ending? A. He has completely turned down the Internet. B. He gave up his habit of checking the latest news online. C. He realized that his body was on vacation but his head wasn?t. D. It dawned on him that it was people that are in control of their behavior. 85. What is the main idea of the passage? A. Say no to electronic devices. B. Relationships harmed by distractions. C. Abandoned distractions ease break. D. Things that can take your mind off. 第四部分 任务型阅读(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 请认真阅读下面短文,并根据所读内容在文章后表格的空格里填入最恰当的单词。 注意:每个空格填 1 个单词。 The parents of a troubled teen may feel unsure as to whom to turn to in order to find help for their child. They may feel as if they have exhausted all of their options, and sometimes they are on the verge of giving up. But there is hope. Schools for troubled teens offer discipline and in some cases, drug treatment programs that can provide important life skills, and more importantly, a fresh start. The following is a list of the most effective types of schools for troubled teens. Not every facility is a match for every child, but by knowing the differences between them, parents can make a better educated decision about where to send their teenager. Boarding Schools When a child is unable to deal with the relative freedom of a standard school day, boarding schools might be a good choice. At boarding schools, the child lives in a dorm setting, where almost every minute of the day is scheduled by school administrators. Treatment Centers When a teenager has an addiction to drugs or alcohol, a residential center that specializes in young people is an outstanding way to help them break the cycle of addiction. Treatment centers feature individual and group counseling to help identify the root causes of the drug problem and help develop the life skills needed to stay clean when the program is over. Wilderness Programs Designed to help improve the discipline and self-reliance of the child, wilderness programs send kids back to nature. By placing them in a foreign and sometimes uncomfortable setting, wilderness programs hope to improve children?s behavior. Programs generally include hikes, exercise programs and team building exercises. Boot Camps Boot camps are the most extreme style of school for troubled teens. These facilities are modeled after actual military boot camps, where the individual must get into shape, work as part of a team, and follow a long, hard set of rules and regulations. However, boot camps might not be the best choice for a teen with a drug addiction.

(86)________ Problem

Schools for Troubled Teenagers Having tried all the options, parents of troubled teens feel unsure about whom to (87)______ for help.

·Boarding schools have students? time (89)________ carefully. · Treatment centres help students addicted to drugs return to (88)_______ of (90)_________. schools ·Wilderness programs are (91)________ to improve students? behaviour by putting them in a foreign and sometimes uncomfortable setting. ·Boot camps are beneficial to (92)_______ up their body and developing their sense of (93)_________. (94)_________ By learning about the differences between them, parents can make a better (95)_______ about where to send their teenagers for behavior modification.

第五部分 单词拼写(共 10 小题:每小题 0.5 分,满分 5 分) 96. ___________(就本人而言),I’m in favor of the slogan. 97.To their great relief, the missing child returned home after an _________(缺席)of two weeks. 98. He got his left arm ________(受伤) in a car accident last week. 99. I wonder if you could call me at your __________(方便) to arrange a meeting. 100. All of the PSAs are m____________to benefit the public and help them lead better lives. 101. When reading ads, we must use our i_____________ and not be a slave to them. 102. In order to determine your audience, you need to do a little research and a______ in advance. 103. These Olympic athletes have brought joy with their a____________ to push the boundaries of human achievements. 104. In order for a new sport to be added, another sport must be dropped. This helps the IOC keep the Olympics’b___________ under control. 105. In defeat, the Kangaroos found something more p________ than victory. They found friendship, honour and respect.

高二英语期初检测答案 听力
1-5 BAACC 11-15 BCCBC 6-10 ABCAA 16-20 BCBBA

单选
21-25 BCBDB 36-40 CAAAA 26-30 DDDDC 41-45 DDCCD 31-35 BCCBB

完型
46-50 BACDB 51-55 BCACD 56-60 CDCBA 61-65 CACAD

阅读
66-68 BBD 77-80 CDCD 69-72 BADC 81-85DADDC 73-76 CCBD

任务型阅读
86.Title/Topic/Subject 87.ask 88.Types/Kinds/Sorts 89.managed/scheduled/planned 90.normal 91.meant/intended/designed 92.building 93.teamwork/cooperation 94.Conclusion 95.decision/choice

单词
96.Personally 101.intelligence 97.absence 102.analysis 98.injured 103. attempts 99.convenience 104.budget 100.meant 105.precious


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