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福建省厦门第一中学 2015—2016 学年度 第一学期半期考考试

高一年英语试卷
第Ⅰ卷
第一部分:听力 (共两节,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. What is Mike doing now? A. Eating a hamburger. A. 80. A. This Saturday. 4. Where is the man now? A. In a suitcase shop. A. She made a call to her friend. C. She went shopping. 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、7 和 8 题。 6. When does the conversation most probably take place? A. In the morning. A. English. A. Noises. B. At noon. B. History. B. School grades. C. In the evening. C. Maths. C. Music. 7. Which subject did the boy do best in? 8. What are the two speakers mainly talking about? B. On a plane. C. In a baggage hall. B. She looked for her car keys. 5. What did the woman probably do before she arrived home yesterday? B. Drinking coffee. B. 48. B. Next Sunday. C. Preparing dinner. C. 50. C. This Sunday. 2. How many copies must the woman make? 3. When is the woman going to have a test?

听第 7 段材料,回答第 9、10 和 11 题。 9. How long can ants survive underwater? A. For two days. A. They like to have a rest. C. They live in dry places. 11. What’s the probable relationship between the two speakers? A. Teacher and student. B. Mother and son. C. Colleagues. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 12 、13 和 14 题。 12. What do we know about the bookstore? A. It’s three blocks away. C. It’s next to a supermarket. 13. Which bus can get the man to the bookstore? A. The No. 4 bus. B. The No.14 bus. C. The No. 40 bus. 14. What can we infer from the conversation? A. The man is going to the bookstore by himself. B. The woman’s native language may not be English. C. The man is sightseeing in the city. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 15、16 和 17 题。 15. What does the woman do probably? A. She’s a host. A. At a sports meeting. 17. When will the man retire? A. When he can’t win medals. C. When he is too old to run. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 18 至 20 题。 18. What should people in Beijing do when they go out tomorrow? A. Wear more clothes. C. Bring an umbrella or raincoat. 19. Which city will have good weather tomorrow for outdoor activities? A. Seoul. A. It will be sunny in the afternoon. C. It will be cold. B. London. C. Paris. 20. What do we know about the weather in Tokyo tomorrow? B. There will be thunderstorms. B. Protect their skin from the sun. B. When he feels very tired. B. She’s a student. B. At a radio station. C. She’s an athlete. C. At a school. 16. Where are the two speakers most probably? B. It’s on Green Street. B. For a week. C. For two weeks. 10. What do ants usually do in the morning? B. They put out their legs and yawn.

第二部分 阅读理解

(共两节,满分 40 分)

第一节(共 15 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答 题卡上将该项涂黑。 A Growing up in the 1950s, I was a 10-year-old risk-taker who caused his mom lots of stress. Once I got into my aunt’s car so I could pretend to be a race car driver and accidentally knocked the parking gear stick (变速杆) off. The car rolled down the driveway as fast as it could go, crossed the road and finally stopped up against my neighbor’s curb (路边). I thought it was fun, but Mom didn’t think so. Normally I would see a spanking (打屁股) coming, but this time I lucked out. I guess she was glad I was all right. I enjoyed watching The Adventures of Superman on television so much that I wanted to fly just like him. One day I got into the closet and picked one of Mom’s best pillowcases (枕套). I went out onto the front yard and tied the case around my neck, pretending it was a cape. Then, standing on the side of the porch (走廊), which was about 7 feet high, I jumped. The spanking my mother gave me didn’t hurt as much as my scraped knees. But the worst thing I ever did happened when I tried to impress the new girl across the street. She was incredibly cute, so I went over and introduced myself. After I told her my name, she said she wanted to show me something she had found. We went into her backyard, and in the knot of the biggest and oldest tree was a beehive. She said she liked honey and asked me how to get it out. “We could stand watch, and when they leave the hive, we can reach in and take the honey,” I suggested. A large group of the bees flew away, so I moved closer to the hive. I was brave and maybe just a little crazy. I managed to take a little bit of honey when a bee rested on my arm. I killed the

bee, and then it seemed like thousands of bees flew toward me. My new friend screamed and ran. I ran as fast as I could across her yard and up the long hill to my front door. I never looked back. The sound of the bees behind me told me the coast wasn’t clear. When the group of bees attacked, I screamed for my mom. As I reached my front door I saw her swinging a broom around me to get the bees off me. I didn’t care that she landed a few hard hits on my head, I just wanted them off. Finally I made it inside, sore from the stings (蜇) and red from the broom, but I was alive thanks to my mom. My superhero. All she needed was a cape. I knew where to get her one of those. 21. What is the article mainly about? A. Learning through adventures. B. The author’s naughty behavior as a child. C. The author’s great love for his mother. D. The author’s experience of being stung by bees. 22. When the author jumped with the self-made cape, ______. A. he knew his mother would save him C. he didn’t plan to hurt himself B. he knew he would receive a spanking D. he promised not to do it again

23. What does the underlined phrase “the coast wasn’t clear” mean in the article? A. I needed to go to the coast. C. I was still in danger. 24. What’s the author’s impression of his mother? A. Strict but loving. C. Patient and tolerant. B. Gentle but brave. D. Serious and reasonable. B. I got rid of the bees. D. It was a long way home.

B Are you a dog person or a cat person? With so many photos and videos of cats and dogs doing cute things online, it’s easier than ever to answer which of these furry friends you like more. There are many reasons why people prefer one type of pet over the other. So, have you ever wondered what your preference for cats or dogs says about you? In fact, a 2010 study done by Sam Gosling, a psychologist at the University of Texas, US, and his graduate student Carson Sandy found that dog people are more extroverted (外向的), agreeable and conscientious (认真的) than cat people. “Cats will occasionally engage in social activities, but usually after only a few minutes they will give up the game. Dogs, on the other hand, will often engage in play, like fetching a thrown ball, for hours at a time,” said Modern Dog magazine. Just on the basis of dogs’ nature being more sociable than cats’, you may expect that the personalities of dog people also reflect higher sociability. And Gosling’s study found that dog people are generally about 15 percent more extroverted and 13 percent more agreeable, both of which are associated with social orientation (倾向). In addition, dog people are 11 percent more conscientious than cat people. “Conscientiousness” is a tendency to show self-discipline, to complete tasks and aim for achievement. This trait also shows a preference for planned rather than spontaneous (一时冲动 的) behavior. In comparison, cat people are about 12 percent more anxious, but they are also 11 percent more “open” than dog people, due to a general appreciation for art, emotion, imagination, curiosity, adventure, unusual ideas and variety of experience. And people high on openness are more likely to hold unconventional beliefs.

Despite so many differences, there are some things that cat people and dog people have in common. “Both types of people consider themselves close to nature, dislike animal-print clothing and generally look on the better side of life,” noted Mother Nature Network. 25. What does the article mainly talk about? A. Differences between dogs and cats in their personality?traits. B. Factors that influence people’s preference for dogs or cats. C. How raising a pet helps shape your personality. D. What your preference for dogs or cats tells about you. 26. The underlined phrase “engage in” in the fourth paragraph probably means ______. A. get involved in C. take little interest in B. benefit from D. perform well in

27. According to the study done by Sam Gosling, dog owners tend to ______ than cat owners. A. be more imaginative and creative C. love to get close to nature more B. live a more organized life D. be more easygoing and adventurous

28. According to the article, both dog people and cat people ______. A. are generally self-disciplined C. are likely to hold unconventional beliefs B. are usually positive and care about nature D. like to wear animal-print clothing C Guide to Hiking on the Appalachian Trail How do I “Leave No Trace (痕迹) on the Appalachian Trail?” At about 2,189 miles, the Appalachian Trail is the longest single unit of the National Park System. With the number of people visiting this place increasing each year, the chances are great that any of us may damage the natural environment along the Trail and affect the experience for others. So please do your part by following these hiking and camping practices, and encourage others to learn about and adopt these techniques.

1. Plan ahead and prepare. Evaluate the risks associated with your outing, identify campsites and destinations in advance, and use maps and guides. Prepare for extreme weather, dangers, and emergencies – especially the cold – to avoid impacts (影响) from searches, rescues, and campfires. Learn when areas are most crowded and try to avoid those times. 2. Dispose of waste properly. Pack out all trash and food waste, including that left behind by others. Don’t bury trash or food, and don’t try to burn packaging materials in campfires. Use the privy (茅房) for human waste only. Do not add trash. If there is no privy, dispose of human waste by burying it in a hole, a hole at least 200 feet (80 steps) from campsites, water sources and shelters, and well away from trails. 3. Leave what you find. Leave plants, cultural artifacts (器物) and other natural objects where you found them for others to enjoy. Do not damage live trees or plants; green wood burns poorly. Collect only firewood that is dead, down, and no larger than your wrist. Leave dead standing trees and dead limbs on standing trees for the wildlife. 4. Minimize campfire impacts. Use stoves for cooking – if you need a fire, build one only where it’s legal and in an existing fire ring. Keep fires small. Never leave your campfire unattended, and drown it when you leave. Do not try to burn trash, including plastic, glass, cans, tea bags, food, or anything with food on it. These items do not burn thoroughly. They create harmful fumes (烟雾), and attract wildlife like skunks and bears. 29. Before you hike on the Appalachian Trail, you are advised to _______. A. keep everything that you find there

B. bring some food for the wildlife there C. prepare for bad weather and emergencies D. avoid crowded periods and book a hotel in advance 30. If you need a fire on the Appalachian Trail, you should _______. A. collect firewood that is larger than your wrist B. keep it small and put it out with water when leaving C. burn or bury your trash before you leave D. use it to drive away wildlife like skunks and bears 31. The text is most probably intended for _______. A. dog lovers C. cultural lovers B. outdoor explorers D. environment protectors D THERE are natural disasters that humans can predict. There are others whose timing is difficult to know. What happened in Indonesia last month fell into the latter group. On October 25, a tsunami (海啸) caused by a 7.7 magnitude (震级) earthquake in the Mentawai islands of West Sumatra, Indonesia hit shores and damaged whole villages. By last Friday, it had left about 450 dead and forced around 15,000 people to leave their homes. Tsunami is Japanese for “harbor wave”. It is usually caused by a sudden rise or fall of part of the Earth’s crust (地壳) under the ocean. It is most common in the Pacific and Indian oceans. Normally a tsunami is a series of waves. The waves can be very long – as much as 100 kilometers – and be as far as one hour apart. They are able to cross oceans without losing much energy. When the ocean is deep, tsunamis can travel unnoticed at speeds of up to 800 kilometers an hour. They can cross a whole ocean in a day or less. The wave may only be a few meters high but when they are near the shore and reach shallow water, they build up height very quickly. Some witnesses in the Mentawai islands

reported seeing up to 6-meter high waves crash (碰撞) onto the shore. Failed alert system Many countries set up early warning systems in their waters in the hope of giving people enough time to escape to higher ground in the event of a tsunami. But Indonesia’s warning system, completed with German aid, stopped working about a month ago because of disrepair (失修), according to the country’s Meteorology and Geophysics Agency. As a result, not a single siren (警报) sounded after the earthquake. However, it was unclear if the sirens could have made a difference because the islands affected were so close to the epicenter (震中) that the tsunami would have reached them within minutes.? 32. According to the article, the tsunami that hit Indonesia ______. A. caused many injuries but no deaths B. created huge waves when it hit the shore C. was caused by an earthquake deep in the sea D. traveled at a speed of 800 kilometers an hour 33. Which of the following statements about tsunamis is TRUE according to the article? A. High-speed tsunamis can be easily detected. B. Tsunamis can travel across a whole ocean in a few hours. C. Tsunamis are usually caused by quakes under the ocean. D. The power of tsunami decreases quickly as it moves toward land. 34. What do we know about Indonesia’s Tsunami warning system from the article? A. Germans are still completing it. C. Tsunamis come before warnings. 35. What is the main point of the article? A. A tsunami that hit Indonesia. B. Warnings could be of no use at all. D. It has been under repair for a month.

B. The tsunami warning system in Indonesia. C. A recent tsunami and an earthquake in Indonesia. D. The reasons why the tsunami affected Indonesia badly. 第二节(共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) 根据短文内容,从短文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。注意:在选择题填涂卡上:E 涂 AB; F 涂 AC;G 涂 AD。 When you’re packing for an adventure, what’s the most important thing you’ll need? 36 going? While humans depend on technology to travel, some animals have something far more advanced. Researchers, mainly from Oregon State University, US, found that Chinook salmon (鲑鱼) have a “built-in GPS” of the Earth’s magnetic field. their brain. Scientists placed some baby salmon into a big swimming pool. To simulate (模拟) the Earth’s magnetic field, they put magnetic coils (线圈) all around the pool. Then, by changing the direction of the coils, the salmon began to change their own direction. They started to face in the direction of their ocean feeding area. 38 When the scientists changed the coils to the 37 It acts like a big map inside Or better yet, a GPS. What about other animals, how do they know where they’re

opposite side, the salmon also turned in the opposite direction. Just by using their “built-in GPS”, the salmon were able to figure out the direction of their feeding area. 39 The scientists believe that their navigation skills came through evolution(进化). 40 So if you’re ever lost and

The fish that were able to reach the feeding area lived longer.

in need of some help, maybe you should ask a salmon to point you in the right direction! A. How did Chinook salmon get their “built-in GPS”? B. If you don’t want to get lost, you’ll need a map!

C. This is a safe place in the ocean where salmon can find food to eat. D. Then they could pass on their navigation skills to their babies. E. However, the magnetic field is likely not the only tool salmon use to navigate. F. It turns out young salmon don’t just learn quickly, they don’t need to learn at all. G. This means as soon as they are born they are able to direct themselves in the ocean. 第三部分 英语知识运用 (共两节,满分 45 分)

第一节 完形填空 (共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)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。 I remember clearly the last time I cried. I was 12 years old, in the seventh grade, and I had 41 for the junior high school basketball team. I walked into the 42 ; there was a piece

of paper on the wall. It was a cut list. The boys whose names were on the list were 44 . The boys whose names were not on the list had been longer 46 . 47 at the list. The list had 49 players were at the 43 45 to keep on coming to ; their presence was no

I had not known the cut was coming that day. I stood and not been made with a great deal of

48 : the names of the very

top, and the other members of the team were listed in what appeared to be a descending (下降) order of basketball skills. I kept looking at the appear if I looked hard enough. I 52 myself together as I walked out, but when I got home I began to 54 53 . For the 50 of the list, 51 that my name would

first time in my life, I had been told 55

that I wasn’t good enough. Sports meant

to athletic people at that age; if you were on the team, it put you in the desirable group. 56 as well not be alive.

If you were not, you

All these years later, I remember it don’t know how the 58

57

I were still standing right there in the gym. I

works in matters like this; I don’t know what went on in my head 59 has been so strong ever since then; I know that

following that day. But I know that my

for all of my life since that day, I have done more work than I had to be doing, and 60 more hours than I had to be spending. I don’t know if all of that came from a

determination never to allow myself to be cut again --- but I know it’s there. And clearly it’s there in a lot of other successful people too. 41. A. picked up 42. A. classroom 43. A. persuaded 44. A. competitions 45. A. cut 46. A. desired 47. A. cried 48. A. expectation 49. A. best 50. A. bottom 51. A. doubting 52. A. lost 53. A. plan 54. A. kindly 55. A. something 56. A. could 57. A. as far as 58. A. dream B. picked out B. gym B. forbidden B. challenges B. forgotten B. interested B. laughed B. consideration B. lucky B. back B. hoping B. pushed B. cry B. exactly B. anything B. need B. as long as B. game C. tried out C. hall C. admitted C. practices C. moved C. recorded C. stared C. inspection C. experienced C. middle C. recognizing C. carried C. regret C. officially C. nothing C. should C. as if C. luck D. took up D. office D. welcome D. shows D. offered D. suggested D. wondered D. satisfaction D. old D. top D. searching D. held D. recover D. secretly D. everything D. might D. even if D. mind

59. A. curiosity 60. A. got over

B. determination B. put off

C. patience C. set along

D. confusion D. put in

福建省厦门第一中学 2015—2016 学年度 第一学期半期考考试

高一年英语试卷
第 II 卷
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命题教师

郭丹芷

审核教师

康美华

2015.11

听力

阅读

完形

翻译

语法填空

书面表达

总分

密 封 线 内 不 要 答 题

准考证号

第三部分

英语知识运用 (共两节,满分 45 分)

第二节 翻译完成句子(15%) 1. 地震安全不仅仅是让楼不倒塌。 There is ____________ earthquake safety than ____________________ the buildings ________________________. 2. 牢记:安全好过遗憾。 Always remember: “______________________________________________.” 3. 尽管看上去很令人惊奇, 周三的夜晚却很平静。 __________________________________, Wednesday night was a quiet night. 4. 历史上从未有座城市被毁得如此彻底。 Never before in history _________ a city _______________________________.

班级

座号

姓名

座位号
5. 纳尔逊.曼德拉不吝惜时间,对此我深表感激。 Nelson Mandela _______________________________ his time, _____________ I was grateful. 6. 我们被置于这样一个境地:不得不接受低人一等。 We______________________________________ we had to accept we were less important. 7. 过去三十年来所出现的大量法律剥夺我们的权利,阻挡我们进步,一直到今天,我们还 处在几乎什么权利都没有的阶段。 The last thirty years ___________________ the greatest number of laws _______________ our rights and progress, until today w e have reached a stage . 8. 死亡和重伤的人数达到 40 多万。 The number of people ____________________ or ______________________ reached more than 400,000. 第四部分 写作 (共两节,满分 35 分)

第一节 语法填空 (共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) One day, as I opened the garage door, I saw a large moth (飞蛾) on the wall. It was a very beautiful moth, 1. __________ had big brown wings. Perhaps because of the sound of the door opening, the moth 2. __________ (try) to fly out. There was a window on the ceiling. The moth couldn’t get out because of the invisible (看不见 的) wall of the window glass. I raised the garage door wider in hopes of 3. __________(help) the moth to escape from the garage. However, it tried to fly higher and 4. __________ (far) from the door and got 5. __________ (trap) in a spider’s web. Worrying that the beautiful moth would become a spider’s dinner, I picked up a broom to help it fight 6. __________ the spider’s web. However, it became even more 7. __________ (frighten). After it got away from the web, the moth ran into the glass. But no matter 8. _________ hard it tried, the moth remained in the cage of the garage. I left the garage with the door open. I thought by simply 9. __________(turn) his focus to one side, he could escape the garage through the door. Sometimes, people need to choose 10. __________ right way before applying effort.

1. ___________ 2. ____________ 3. ____________ 4. ___________ 5. __________ 6. ___________ 7. ____________ 8. ____________ 9. ___________ 10. _________

第二节 书面表达 (满分 25 分) 以 My father 为题,结合一次难忘的经历,讲讲父亲对你的影响。 注意:1. 词数:不少于 120。行文不得超出规定边框。 2. 要求文中使用定语从句、强调句、和半倒装句,并在文中加下划直线。

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