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湛江一中 2012-2013 学年度第一学期期中考试

高一级英语科试卷
时间: 120 分钟 满分: 150 分
第一部分: 英语知识运用 第一节:单项填空(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。 1. It ______ long before we ______ the result of the experiment. A. will not be; will know B. is; will know C. will not be; know D. is; know 2. It's the first time that she has been to China, ______? A. isn't she B. hasn't she C. isn't it D. hasn't it 3. I've become good friends with several of the students in my school ______I met in the English speech contest last year. A. who B. where C. when D. which 4. Some scientists believe that the earth is unlikely to be the only planet ______ life has developed gradually. A. that B. where C. which D.whose 5. The house I grew up ______ has been taken down and replaced by an office building. A. in it B. in C. in that D. in which 6. He no longer smokes now because his wife ______ him to give up smoking last year. A. promised B. suggested C. persuaded D. told 7. —So you didn’t say hello to him last night? —Well, I stopped and smiled when I saw him, but he ______ me and walked on. A. ignored B. refused C. denied D. missed 8. Father often teaches me, “Do it ______ or don’t do it at all.” A. finally B. difficultly C. properly D. excitedly 9. It’s the third time ______ late this week. A. that you are B. you are C. when you arrived D. that you have been 10. You must learn how to communicate with others. Learning to ______ yourself well is an important part of education. A. express B. find C. advise D. determine 第二节:完形填空(共 15 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从 11-25 各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中, 选出最佳选项。 Dad loved children. And he always wanted a 11 family. Eventually, he got what he wanted with twelve children in the family. Without fail, he would show us all to visitors. Once, Dad 12 presented the first three children in the family, Ann, Mary

and Ernestine, to some visitors. Then he picked up a fourth child, and said, “And this is our 13 model, complete with all the improvements. And don’t think that this is all, we are 14 the 1953 model some time next month.” But what he 15 most was taking us out for a drive. On one occasion a man in a village we were passing through shouted 16 that he had seen eleven people in our car, not 17 Mum and Dad. 18 , Dad called out over his shoulder, “You 19 the second baby up from the front here, Mister.” Another time, Dad told us this joke, though we were not sure whether he was telling us the 20 . Mum, who was a psychologist, once went to give a lecture and left Dad in charge of the 21 . When Mum returned, she asked him if everything had been OK. He said everything was 22 except that one of the children had been taught a lesson because he had been 23 . When he pointed at the child that had been 24 , Mum looked at him calmly and said, “That’s not one of ours, dear. He 25 next door.” 11. A.rich B.lovely C. close D.large 12. A.surprisingly B.nervously C.generously D. proudly 13. A.dearest B.smallest C.latest D. youngest 14. A.ordering B.selling C.expecting D. improving 15. A.hated B.enjoyed C.cared D. hoped 16. A.doubtfully B.excitedly C.calmly D. directly 17. A.counting B.naming C.showing D. reading 18. A.Immediately B.Carefully C.Angrily D. Easily 19. A.saw B.missed C.forgot D. left 20. A.truth B.story C.adventure D.accident 21. A.lecture B.house C.office D. activity 22. A.expensive B.regular C.correct D. fine 23. A.troublesome B.careless C.active D. quiet 24. A.found B.caught C.punished D. wounded 25. A.goes to B.belongs to C.works D. plays 第三节:语法填空(共 10 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 15 分) 阅读下面短文, 按照句子结构的语法性和上下文连贯的要求, 在空格处填入一个适当的 词或使用括号中词语的正确形式填空。 Praise can change a person. It is true that 26 _______ (inspire) words turn our lives around. Praise is really magical. Perhaps many of us had such experiences. Take myself 27 _______ an example. I was very naughty in the primary school. Most of the teachers and even my parents felt headache of me. But 28 _______ happened that I once got a very high mark in 29 _______ examination and the headteacher 30 _______ (report) this to my parents. My parents praised me 31 _______ (crazy) for this for quite a long time and told neighbours about that. I felt really happy 32 _______ became polite to others. Every time 33 _______ I heard others talk to me about my excellent examination result, I thought 34 _______ myself that I would work even harder and make 35 _______ (great) progress. Just as Shakespeare said, “Our praises are our wages”.

第二部分:阅读(共两节,满分 50 分) 第一节:阅读理解(共 20 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 40 分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项。 A In 1955,bus seats for African Americans and whites were separated in parts of the U.S.. On December 1,1955,in the city of Montgomery,Alabama,a conflict, or disagreement,started when an African American woman named Rosa Parks refused to give her bus seat to a white man and go to the back of the bus. The police took 42?year?old Parks to jail. The African American community was extremely angry. They had a meeting and decided to work together to protest discrimination. They agreed to boycott the buses on the day that Parks went to court. The day was a success. Empty buses drove through the streets. The city lost money. The community decided to continue the boycott. They elected a man named Martin Luther King,Jr. to be the leader. Ks5u The boycott continued. It was difficult for African Americans to get to work without buses,but they didn’t stop the boycott. The city continued to lose money. Finally,the U.S. Supreme Court decided that Montgomery’s bus laws were unfair and gave the African American community equal right. On December 21,1956,the bus boycott ended. The Montgomery Bus Boycott was the beginning of the Civil Rights Movement. The movement eventually led to the Civil Rights Act in 1964,a set of laws that made discrimination a crime. During the Montgomery Bus Boycott,people worked together to change the government. Today,people in the U.S. continue to work together for a change. Now hundreds of organizations and community groups work to protect the rights of U.S. citizens and residents. 36.How is the situation for the black in the U.S. in 1955? A.They were treated equally. B.They were treated unfairly. C.They had no rights to take a bus. D.They were not allowed to take the same bus with the white. 37.What is the cause of the Civil Rights Movement? A.Bus seats for African Americans and white were separated in parts of the U.S. B.Rosa Parks was sent to jail for she refused to give her bus seat to a white man. C.The African American community had a meeting to protest discrimination. D.A man named Martin Luther King,Jr. was elected to be the leader. 38.How long did the boycott continue? A.Less than a year. B.Less than a month. C.More than a year. D.More than a month. 39.How did the black people fight for the civil rights? A.By refusing to take buses. B.By refusing to talk to the white.

C.Through fights with the white people. D.By doing nothing. Ks5u 40.What is the final result of the Civil Rights Movement? A.The U.S. Supreme Court decided that Montgomery’s bus laws were unfair and gave the African American community equal right. B.They elected a man named Martin Luther King,Jr. to be the leader. C.Black people and white people can take the same bus. D.The movement eventually led to the Civil Rights Act in 1964,a set of laws that made discrimination a crime. B It’s the lunchtime break at Shanghai Xianxia Middle School. No mobile phones can be heard ringing anywhere. The common sight of crowds of children chatting on their phones or sending short messages has disappeared. A grade-2 student said, “I couldn’t concentrate during classes if the cell phone was with me. I couldn’t help checking if there were messages or missed phone calls. I even played games on the phone sometimes.” The school authorities say they feel the ban is necessary to keep order in class. They even gave out an open letter to remind parents not to let their children bring mobile phones to school. More than 96 percent of parents say they welcome the school decision. The school is also being flexible (灵活的) in implementing the ban. Those students who live far from school are allowed to bring mobile phones to contact their parents. But they still have to switch them off in classrooms. Medical experts have also welcomed the school decision. They say too much dependence on mobile phones can cause many psychological problems in teenage students. 41. The grade-2 student thought that _______. A. the mobile phone should be on during classes B. it is good to play cell phone games sometimes C. the mobile phone is helpful to her studies D. it is no good using the cell phone at school 42. According to the passage, the students use their mobile phones except _______. A. contacting their parents B. cheating in exams C. sending short messages D. playing games 43. Which of the following is true according to the passage? A. All the parents welcome the school decision. B. Some students can bring mobile phones to school. C. Medical experts are against the school decision. D. No one is allowed to bring his mobile phone to school. 44. What does the underlined word “implementing” in paragraph 3 probably mean? A. Carrying out B. Giving up C. Making up D. Finding out 45. The passage mainly tells us _______. A. the mobile phone is a big trouble to teenage students B. the use of the mobile phone can cause mental problems

C. about a ban on the mobile phone in a middle school D. a story happening at Shanghai Xianxia Middle School C Which gender is the most talkative? No matter what you answer, you are partially right. A recent Gallup Poll show that both man and women believe that women possess the gift of talking and some even believe women are biologically built for conversation, but all of this is challenged in research published in the November issue of “Personality and Social Psychology Review”. In recent research by Campbell Leaper and Melanie Ayres, they collected all of the available evidence from decades of scientific study and systematically combined the findings into an overall picture of the differences between men and women regarding talkativeness. They found a small but reliable tendency for men to be more talkative than women in certain cases, such as when they were conversing with their wives or with strangers. Women talked more to their children and to their college classmates. The type of speech was also explored in the research. The researchers discovered that, with strangers, women were generally more talkative when it came to using speech to ensure her connection to the listener, while men’s speech focused more on an attempt to influence the listener. With close friends and family, however, there was very little difference between genders in the amount of speech. 46. This passage mainly talks about research conducted by ___________. A. Gallup Poll B. “Personality and social Psychology Review” C. Campbell Leaper and Melanie Ayres D. The author 47. According to the passage,which statement is true? A. Women are born to be good at conversation. B. Women are more talkative than men. C. Women are more talkative than men when they converse with their close friends. D. Women are less talkative than men in certain cases. 48. Which of the following statements describes the main idea of the passage? A. Women are born more talkative than men. B. Men are born more talkative than women C. Women and men are talkative in different cases. D. Women are no more talkative than men. 49. The underlined word “gender” in Paragraph 1 means ________. A. people B. nationality C. culture D. sex 50. Talking with strangers, _________. A. women are more talkative than with people they know B. men are more talkative than with their wives C. women prefer to listen more rather than speak more

D. men speak a lot to have their opinions accepted D The invention of the camera goes far into the past. In the 1500s, men were experimenting with cameras that made images. But it was not until the early 1800s that man found a way to make the pictures permanent. Even then, photography was a new field. Most families had their pictures taken by a photographer. People did not own cameras because taking pictures and developing the film were too difficult. In 1884, George Eastman changed photography by inventing a kind of film that fit into a small camera. Because the new film was easy to use, many people began to buy cameras. When they had used up their film, people returned their cameras to the factory. There, the film was developed, and pictures were printed. Then more film was put into the cameras, which was sent back to the owners, along with their pictures. Eastman’s camera made it easy to take pictures. Today’s cameras are even easier to use, and people can put in their own film. Photography has become a growing hobby. There are also many new jobs in the field of photography. One of the most important kinds of work is in news reporting. Newspapers, magazines, and television all need pictures to tell their stories. Photographers aid scientists by taking pictures through microscopes and telescopes. Deep-sea divers take pictures of ocean plants and animals, while astronauts take cameras into space. Man finds new uses for the cameras every day. 51. In 1884, George Eastman changed photography by inventing a new kind of _____. A. image B. factory C. film D. camera 52. Long ago, people sent their cameras to a factory because _______. A. they wanted to have the cameras cleaned B. they wanted their film developed C. they broke their cameras when taking pictures D. they wanted to have their pictures taken by a photographer 53. On the whole, this passage is about ______. A. the field of photography B. the life of George Eastman C. how photographers aid scientists D. George Eastman invented the first camera 54. Why did people begin to buy their own cameras? A. Taking and developing pictures became easier. B. They did not like to go to photographers. C. They wanted to see what a camera looked like. D. They wanted to find a way to make their pictures permanent. 55. Which of the following statements is TRUE? A. Deep-sea divers do not use cameras. B. Photographers cannot find jobs today. C. There are different kinds of cameras. D. Early man found a way to make photographers aid scientists.

第二节:信息匹配(共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) 下面是一篇信息文,请阅读下列应用文和相关信息,并按照要求匹配信息。请在答卷上 填写相应选项的字母。 A. Needed: Full time secretary position available. Applicants should have at least 2 years experience and be able to type 60 words a minute. No computer skill required. Apply in person at United Business Ltd.’ 17 Browning Street. B. Are you looking for a part time job? We require 3 part time shop assistants to work during the evening. No experience required. Applicants should be between 18 –26. Call 366—76564 for more information. C. Computer trained secretaries: Do you have experience working with computers? Would you like a full time position working in an exciting new company? If your answer is yes, give us a call at 457—986754. D. Teacher Needed: Tommy’s Kindergarten needs 2 teachers / trainers to help with classes from 9a.m. to 3p.m. Applicants should have appropriate licenses. For more information visit Tommy’s Kindergarten in Leicester Square No.56. E. Part time work available: We are looking for retired adults who would like to work part time at the weekend. Responsibilities include answering the telephone and giving customers information. For more information contact us by calling 345—674132. F. University positions open: The University of Cumberland is looking for 4 teaching assistants to help with homework correction. Applicants should have degree in one of the following: Political Science, Religion, Economic or History. Please contact the University of Cumberland for more information. 请阅读职位申请者信息,然后匹配。 56.Jack Anderson. Jack graduated from the University of Trent with a degree in Economics two years ago. He would like an academic position. 57. Margaret Lillian. Margaret is 21 years old and would like a part time position to help her pay her university expenses. She can only work in the evening. 58. Alice Fingelhamm. Alice was trained as a secretary and has six years of experience. She is an excellent typist but does not know how to use a computer. She is looking for a full time position. 59. Peter Florian. Peter went to business school and studied computer and secretarial skills. He is looking for his first job and would like a full time position. 60. Lynne Nagata. Lynne, aged 65, once worked in a kindergarten. She is now a housewife and helps her daughter with her housework on weekdays. She is looking for a part time job. 申请者 申请职位 56.Jack Anderson A. full time secretary 57. Margaret Lillian B. part time shop assistant 58. Alice Fingelhamm C. computer trained secretary 59. Peter Florian D. kindergarten teacher 60. Lynne Nagata E. part time job at the weekend

F. university teaching assistant 第三部分:完成句子(共 20 空;每空 1 分,满分 20 分) 61. 很遗憾,我的忠告完全被忽视了。 It was a pity that my advice ________ completely ________. 62. 她正好在车后排找到一个座位。 Luckily, she _______ ________ ________ an empty seat at the back of the bus. 63. 最后,这家工厂到了大量生产这种产品的阶段。 Finally,the factory reached a ________ _______the product could be made in large amounts. 64. 他不仅关心他的朋友,而且对朋友忠诚。 Not only is he ________ ________ his friends but also he is _______ _______ them. 65. 他们能力相当。 They are quite _______ ________ ________. 66. 因为在科学上的重要发现,这位科学家被授予一等奖。 The professor _______ _______ _________ a first class prize for his scientific discovery. 67. 据说这个习俗始于男子佩戴宝剑的时代。 It is said that the custom dates from _______ _______ ________ men wore swords. Ks5u 第四部分:词性转换(共 10 空;每空 1 分,满分 10 分) 68. It is a pity that their (ignore) leads to their failure. 69. The four-year civil war was ______ (official) over. 70. When food goes bad,it becomes ________(smell). 71. They are discussing how to build up a _______ (power) government. 72. His remarks did _______ (violent) to the truth, which made Chinese people angry. 73. The colored people are still calling for _______ (equal) 74. Her facial _______ (express) suggest that she is not satisfied with our plan. 75. Our teacher’s words are always ________ (encourage) to us. 76. It is wise to make him change his mind by _______ (persuade) not by force. 77. We all show our respect to his _______ (devote) to teaching. 第五部分:基础写作(满分 15 分) 假设你是高一某班班长。开学不久,你们的新英语老师要求你们给他提建议。经过激烈 的讨论后, 同学们推选你代表大家将你们对老师的建议以一封信的形式写给老师。 信中包括 如下内容: 1.由于刚刚开学,大家还没有完全适应老师的教学,请老师讲话的语速慢一些; 2.讲到重要的知识点时,请老师多举例,并将长句和难句写在黑板上; 3.重要且较难的知识点能多重复,让大家彻底掌握; 4.家庭作业可以检测学习效果,但是我们希望作业量不要太大; 5.多和大家接触,和学生的关系应该是“亦师亦友”。

【写作要求】 必须使用五个句子介绍以上全部的内容(已经给出的开头和结尾除外); 并将五个句子组 织成连贯的短文。 【评分标准】 句子结构准确,信息内容完整,篇章结构连贯。 Dear sir, We all feel happy to have you as our new English teacher and we’re glad to write to you to express our hope about your class.

Yours student Ks5u

湛江一中 2012-2013 学年度第一学期期中考试高一级英语科答 案
单项填空 1-5 CCABB 6-10 CACDA 完形填空 11-15 DDCCB 16-20 BAABA 21-25 BDACB 语法填空 26.inspiring 27. as 28. it 29. an 30. reported 31. crazily 32. and 33. when 34. to 35. greater 阅读理解 36-40 BBCAD 41-45 DBBAC 46-50 CDCDD 51-55 CBAAC 56-60 FBACE 完成句子 61. was, ignored 62. happened to find 63. stage where 64. concerned about, devoted to 65. equal in ability 66. was rewarded with 67. the time when 词性转换 68. ignorance 69. officially 70. smelly 71. powerful 72. violence 73. equality 74. expressions 75. encouraging 76. persuasion 77. devotion 基础写作【参考范文】Ks5u Dear_sir, We_all_feel_happy_to_have_you_as_our_new_English_teacher_and_we’re_glad_t o_write_to_you_to_express_our_hope_about_your_class. Since it’s the first time for you to be our teacher,we would feel grateful if you speak slowly because many of us can’t quite follow you. Besides,when you explain important language points, would you please give us more examples and write some long and difficult sentences on the blackboard to make sure that all of us understand you?We also hope that you will repeat some difficult language points again and again so that we will grasp them completely. What’s more,although doing homework is a way to check if all of us can control the knowledge,we hope that there will be less homework. Last but not least,we hope to have more chances to stay with you,so please come to our classroom more often to become our teacher as well as our good friend. Ks5u Thank_you_and_good_luck_to_you. Yours student


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