江苏省邗江中学（集团） 2014-2015 学年度第一学期 高二英语期中试卷
命题人：徐小凡 袁蕾 审核人：徐小凡
第 I 卷 (共 85 分)
第一部分 听力（共两节，满分 20 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 the woman probably going to do? A. Ask Tom to send an invitation. B. Get the Johnsons ’ address. C. Invite Tom to the party. 2. How did Betty find the gift? A. Very satisfying. B. V ery disappointing. C. Not mentioned. 3. How does the woman feel about the exam? A. The woman found the exam easy. B. The exam was difficult for the woman. C. The woman completed the exam in one hour. 4. What is the most probable relationship between the two speakers? A. Teacher and student. B. Classmates. C. Colleagues. 5. How much money do the speakers have in all? A. 86 yuan. B. 56 yuan. C. 46 yuan. 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。 听下面一段对话，回答第 6 和第 7 题。 6. What is the most probable relationship between the speakers? A. Employer and employee. B. Doctor and patient. C. Teacher and student. 7. What’s the cause of his problem? A. He has cancer. B. He has flu. C. He has overworked. 听下面一段对话，回答第 8 和第 9 题。 8. Who is the man having his lunch with? A. With nobody. B. With his wife. C. With his colleagues. 9. What does the man drink with his meal? A. Soup. B. Beer. C. House wine. 听下面一段对话，回答第 10 至第 12 题。 10. Where has the woman been? A. The post office. B. The library. C. The supermarket. 11. What did the man want the woman to do? A. To buy some envelopes and stamps. B. To do the experiments. C. To buy some food for him. 12. How did the man inform the woman of what he wanted?
A. By telephoning her. B. By showing her the pen. C. By writing her a note. 听下面一段对话，回答第 13 至第 16 题。 13. What is the man going to do in the evening? A. Take an exam. B. Study. C. Look for a job. 14. What exam will the man take? A. The entrance exam. B. The mid-term exam. C. The final exam. 15. What does the man think of the coming exam? A. Easy. B. Harder than the last one. C. Too difficult to pass. 16. What does the man think of his present job? A. He is not satisfied with it. B. It’s the best one in the world C. It’s the worst one in the world. 听下面一段独白，回答第 17 至第 20 题。 17. What can we learn from the text? A. Robots can behave like human beings. B. Robots can think by themselves. C. Robots can help us with a lot of work. 18. Which role can robots play in the real world? A. Some robots are as creative as artists. B. Some robots can make cars independently. C. Some robots can explore outer space. 19. Why can robots perform many tasks for man? A. They have intelligence. B. They are supplied with computer programs. C. They have the ability to learn new things. 20. What do the robots in science fiction films and those in real life mainly differ in? A. Intelligence. B. Appearance. C. Size. 第二部分：英语知识运用（共两节, 满分 30 分） 第一节 单项选择 (共 20 小题，每题 0.5 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，并在答题卡上将该选项 的标号涂黑。 21. Some people argue that using _____ nature to meet our own needs may spell disaster, unless we start to look around and understand how ______ clean environment benefits us all. A. /; a B. the; / C. the; a D. a; a 22. If you describe someone or their work as ______, you mean that they are very imaginative and have new ideas. A. illegal B. intentional C. initial D. original 23. _______ educational software can be found in the electronic goods section. A. A good many of B. A plenty of C. A number of D. A large quantity of 24. With drink and food ____, the prisoner had to walk out of the cave where he was hiding. A. running out of B. ran out C. used up D. using up 25. An old saying occurred to me when I was about to take the give-away shampoo ______ there is_______ thing as a free lunch in this world. A. that; no such B. which; such not C. that; no such a D. what; such not a 26. ---It is hard to ______ such an unpopular policy. ---I can’t agree more. Not many people will ______ it. A. put up with; agree B. push ahead with; support C. end up with; in favor of D. come up with; for
27. _____to nuclear radiation, even for a short time , may produce variants( 变异体) of genes in human bodies. A. Being exposed B. Having expose C. Exposed D. After being exposed 28. ---The worksite next to my house was so noisy. ---You ____ a sleepless night. A. must have had B. would have had C. should have had D. can have had 29. _______I think it good for you to try the new position, never_______ more responsibilities than you can handle. A. Since; burst into B. While; take on C. If; toy with D. When; cut back 30. It’ll be 3 days _____ he _____ back from his hometown. A. when; will come B. after; will come C. since; comes D. before; comes 31. When studying Wendy’s menu last time, I found that many of the items are similar to ______ of Mcdonald’s. A. those B. ones C. that D. all 32 The frightened thief hid himself in the dark corner of the yard, ____, staring at the open door. A. quiet and coldly B. quietly and coldly C. quiet and cold D. quietly and cold 33. . It was not until yesterday ______ he returned _______ to know the news. A. that ; that I got B. when ; that did I get C. when ; that I got D. that ; that did I get 34. ______ , the car stopped all at once. A. Seeing a boy lying on the ground B. On seeing a boy sitting on the ground C. The driver saw a boy standing on the road D. The instant the driver saw a boy seated on the road 35. Daniel, Father was______, when seeing the house in a terrible mess, Obviously, he is to punish us two. A. on cloud nine B. flying off the handle C. down in the dumps D. over the moon 第二节： 完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 20 分） The New York Times published an article recently that shows great regret for the “death of conversation”. It suggests that while technology such as cell phones, emails, and Internet posting makes us feel more __36__ than ever, they're also driving us __37__ from people around us. Users get final connectivity __38__ the price of __39__ facetoface conversation. Sherry Turkle, author of the article in The New York Times says people are __40__ to a different way of being “alone together”． Actually, __41__ text messages or wring microblogs allows us to __42__ thoughts. __43__ bits and pieces of online cannot __44__ a “real conversation.” Lan Guo, 19, a freshman English major from Changsha University, said that she would like to hear people's tone of voice and see their faces in a(n) __45__. “The give and take of ideas in a conversation sharpens our minds.” she said. She also mentions that __46__ ourselves in mobile technology reduces our chance of starting conversations with strangers and __47__ people. Turkle mentioned the popular __48__ of “I share, therefore I am” among this generation. Liu Xuan, a young writer from Taiwan and psychology graduate from Harvard University, thinks it's a mindset adopted by most young people. They are so busy creating or polishing their online persona (网络人格) that they forget how to live a(n) __49__ life. For example, they may __50__ more about blogging about attending a party rather than enjoying being __51__. __52__， experts remind us that it's unfair to blame mobile technology. Chen Chen, a sociology expert at China Youth & Children Research Center, points out that it is still owners of gadgets, such as cell phones and tablets, who're avoiding personal __53__. We take advantage of
these devices to hide ourselves __54__ others. Texting messages or calling may be a(n) __55__ to avoid contact with others, such as having eye contact. “Only by strengthening conversation can we understand each other. Simply throwing away the mobile gadgets is not a solution.” she said. 36．A. received B．shared C．connected D．respected 37．A. off B．back C．away D．down 38．A. beyond B．at C．for D．above 39．A. having B．risking C．sacrificing D．sharing 40．A. related B．committed C．devoted D．accustomed 41．A. sending B．getting C．reading D．taking 42．A. change B．exchange C．deliver D．raise 43．A. So B．And C．Or D．But 44．A. indicate B．replace C．cover D．involve 45．A. conversation B．computer C．party D．Internet 46．A. abandoning B． joining C．burying D．attaching 47．A. interviewing B．introducing C．knowing D．meeting 48．A. feeling B．concept C．fact D．truth 49．A. colorful B． interesting C．real D．meaningful 50．A. worry B．care C．ask D．debate 51．A. there B．out C．down D．in 52．A. Therefore B． Altogether C．Instead D．However 53．A. information B．space C．contact D．management 54．A. from B．of C．behind D．under 55．A. approach B．source C．result D．excuse 第三部分：阅读理解 (共 10 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。 A Anyone who has ever lost keys or money will have wished for a simple but effective way to make sure it never happens again. A US company is trying to help. Using a tiny microchip which is implanted into the arm, they have come up with a replacement for cash or credit cards that cannot be left at home or dropped on the bus. The V erichip is about the size of a grain of rice and works using radio frequency identification technology. At a shop, a radio frequency “reader” would send a signal and the chip in your arm would respond with your unique identity number. That would give the “reader” your financial information, and money could be taken directly from your accounts and you wouldn't even have to reach for your wallet. The company also hopes to include other information on the chip, such as medical records, building security codes (密码) and passwords, making life even easier. But not everyone is happy with the developments. Critics say that a lot can go wrong with the chip. A clever thief could build a fake (假的) reader that would steal your information without you knowing. So your money could still be stolen. Privacy is a big issue too. Stores, or even the government, only need to track the chip to find out what you buy, how much you spend and where you go. And if you wanted to get rid of your chip, you would need an operation to remove it. 56．The V erichip is ________. A．the identity number B．the security code C．a tiny microchip D．a radio reader 57．Which is true of the V erichip? A． Your information on it will always be safe. B． Medical records have already been included. C．You can easily reach for your wallet using it. D．An operation has to be performed to remove it. B As the richest country in the world, you'd expect that Qatar would also be the happiest. And
you'd also expect Japanese people to be extremely positive, seeing as though they have the highest life expectancy. But clearly wealth and good health do not guarantee happiness after both countries failed to make the top ten most positive countries. The poll (民意测验 ) of nearly 150,000 people around the world found that seven of the world's 10 countries with the most upbeat attitudes are in Latin America. Gallup asked about 1,000 people in each of 148 countries if they were wellrested, had been treated with respect, smiled or laughed a lot, learned or did something interesting and felt feelings of enjoyment the previous day. In Panama and Paraguay, 85 percent of those polled said yes to all five, putting those countries at the top of the list. They were followed closely by El Salvador, V enezuela, Trinidad and Tobago, Thailand, Guatemala, the Philippines, Ecuador and Costa Rica. The people least likely to report positive emotions lived in Singapore, the wealthy and orderly citystate that ranks among the most developed in the world. Other wealthy countries also sat surprisingly low on the list. Germany and France tied with the poor African state of Somaliland for 47th place. Many of the seven countries which were most positive do poorly in traditional measures of wellbeing, like Guatemala, a country torn by decades of civil war followed by waves of gangdriven criminality that give it one of the highest killing rates in the world. Guatemala sits just above Iraq on the United Nations' Human Development Index, a composite of life expectancy, education and per capital income. But it ranks seventh in positive emotions. In Guatemala, it's a culture of friendly people who are always smiling, said Luz Castillo, a 30yearold surfing instructor. Despite all the problems that we're facing, we're surrounded by natural beauty that lets us get away from it all. The poll shows that prosperous nations can also be deeply unhappy ones. And povertystricken ones are often positive, or at least a close approximation (类似事物) of it. 58．________ may feel the most unhappy according to the poll. A．People from Qatar B．People from Thailand C．People from Japan D．People from Singapore 59．The underlined word “Gallup” in Paragraph 2 refers to ________. A．a country B． a polling organization C．a person D．a magazine 60．Which of the following is NOT included in the United Nations' Human Development Index? A． Life expectancy. B． Education. C．Natural beauty. D．Per capital income. 61．What's the best title of the text? A． Happiness does not depend on wealth B． How to live happily? C．Health leads to happiness D．What are the standards to be happy men? C Since the beginning of the year, smog has covered parts of North China. In January, Beijing saw only five days without smog. The rising PM2.5 readings terrified many people, and some health experts said that whenever the smog gets serious, hospitals receive more patients suffering acute respiratory (呼吸系统) and heart diseases. Later, news of polluted underground water in some provinces scared people who wondered whether the water they drink is safe. So the need to emphasize environmental protection while developing the economy is heard everywhere. Smog is especially a common concern. As a popular online post said, air may be the only thing that is equal for everyone, despite your income or profession. People with higher incomes are able to drink only bottled spring water and eat only organic food by paying higher prices, but they breathe the same air as everyone else. At a meeting on Monday, many representatives have expressed their concerns about the air quality, too. One talked about his experience in Beijing. “After taking a taxi from the capital airport to my hotel, which took about an hour, I washed my nose and found the inside of my nose was black. We should ask ourselves this question: Why do we want to develop? It's for living a
better life. Dirty air is definitely not a better life，” he said. China needs to develop its economy and invest (投资) in hightech. Every Chinese has a dream to make China stronger. But without blue sky, clean water and safe food, the achievements in the economy will become meaningless. Space technologies are not to be developed for building a base on Mars so that one day all human beings can move to the red planet because they have destroyed Earth. What the public wants is a strong and beautiful China. The great efforts must be made to promote ecological progress and build a beautiful China. The words have shown the central government's determination to address the environment issue. 62．The effect of smog doesn't include ________. A．the ris ing of PM2.5 readings B．more people suffering diseases C．the increase of people's income D．patients increased in hospital 63．Why has smog become a common concern? A． Because people have to pay higher prices. B． Because nobody can avoid it. C． Because we have to develop industry. D．Because a popular onlinepost discussed it. 64．To make China stronger we have to develop economy, but ________. A．we have to sacrifice air as the price B．the dirty air is not what we want C．ecological progress can be ignored D．the smog is the only byproduct 65．From the last two paragraphs we can infer that ________. A．hightech can completely solve the problem of pollution B．space technologies should be developed in a large scale C．we can move to Mars after the earth has been destroyed D．we must protect the environment while developing economy D Studies have documented that smiling is a universal and effective way to lift mood. But in the latest research on the power of the smile, researchers led by Marcus Munafo of the University of Bristol in England found that even seeing smiles on the faces of others can have a profound effect on a person's tendency toward violence or aggression — that is, as long as that person recognizes the smile as one of happiness, and not as a sneer (讥笑)． Munafo and his colleagues conducted a series of experiments involving normal adults and highly aggressive teens referred to a youth program, either by educational authorities or the courts. About 70% of the teens already had a criminal record. In the first experiment, 40 healthy adults, aged 1830, looked at facial expressions on the computer ranging from happy to angry with increasingly difficult ones to discern in between. Participants were asked how angry they felt and then had to rate the images as displaying either happiness or anger — there was no option for “unclear” or “unable to tell”. From these ratings, the scientists could generate a score of their preference toward happiness or anger. Previous research found that aggressive people — including violent offenders — tend to consider even a common expression as an unfriendly one. “You looking at me？” can easily turn a simple question into a tragic fight. Based on their original scores, half of the participants were then told by the computer that some of the unclear faces that they had rated as angry should have been scored as happy. This was intended to guide them toward judging the inbetween faces more positively. The other 20 received feedback that simply proved their first choices, creating a control group. After this training, both groups were tested again and the group that received the biased (有 偏见的) feedback shifted its ratings of unclear faces toward the happy side. Participants were also asked to rate their level of angry feelings again after completing the second round of testing.
Those who were trained to consider unclear faces as happier reported feeling less angry afterward. The researchers next focused on the 46 adolescents from the high risk youth program. These teens completed the same testing, but both the youth and the staff reported on the teens' levels of aggressive behavior before the testing started and for two weeks afterward. The teens trained to interpret unclear facial expressions more positively were significantly less aggressive two weeks later. “The results of our experiments strongly suggest that the understanding of emotional facial expressions plays a causal role in subjective anger and aggressive behavior，”the authors conclude. That doesn't mean that smiles alone are the answer to violence among adolescents — previous research in which antisocial youth were trained to better recognize emotions, for example, did not have any effect on their level of aggressive behavior. But this earlier study focused on improving teens' understanding of clear facial signals, not unclear ones. Since unclear signals are more likely to be misunderstood, it may be that violent behavior in some youth exists with their constant misunderstanding of angry expressions where they don't exist, which push them to aggressive responses. The findings suggest that helping young people, particularly those easy to be violent, to learn to give others the benefit of the doubt when they see what they think is a threatening face could help end the vicious (恶性的) cycle of violence. 66．The underlined word “discern” (Paragraph 3) means ________. A．display obviously B． identify clearly C．describe correctly D．value properly 67．According to Munafo's research, the anger and violent behavior in some youths resulted from ____. A．their misunderstanding of facial emotions of others B．their lack in knowledge of emotion recognition C．their inborn tendency toward violence or aggression D．their experience of being offended by others on purpose 68．The method Munafo and his colleagues used in their research is ________. A．field investigation B．case study C．observation and analys is D．experiment and comparison 69．What happens to the participants after receiving certain feedbacks? A．They can interpret unclear facial expressions. B．They put an end to their aggressive behavior. C．They tend to judge the inbetween faces positively. D．It makes no difference in their level of aggressive behavior. 70．Which of the following will Munafo and his group probably agree with? A．Just smile as much as possible. B． Misunderstanding is the root of violence. C．Seeing smiles can lower aggression. D．Control our anger to avoid violence and aggression.
第 Ⅱ卷 (共 35 分)
第一节． 任务型阅读 （共 10 分） Online Success When you do business online, remember one of the most important factors in online success is list building. No matter what goals you’re seeking with your online activities, building a good contact list is vital for a successful outcome. List building plays a major role in developing good relationships with your site’s customers, and visitors. It can be used to get more sales for your site or business. For these r easons contact building should be high on your list when you’re marketing or promoting on the web. Fortunately, list building is an easy process that any site or webmaster can quickly set up as long as you understand two simple elements. To be really successful, your
list building must combine these two key elements. Without these you will probably find building your contact list difficult and slow going. So it is worth your while to fully understand these two factors in your list building. Value－It should offer important information, quality content, special deals / discounts, and more importantly, it should offer a valuable relationship or connection to an expert in the subject area of the list. Subscribers ( 订户) must benefit from joining your list. If you’re building a list, just write down all the benefits someone would receive from joining your site or list, including receiving important information, getting special valuable content, receiving special deals / discounts, getting training videos and getting timely announcements or news. Don’t forget there may also be a psychological reason for joining your list －many people like being part of a group or membership site. It’s human nature. Everybody likes to feel included. Free whatever you offer －make sure it is Free. The quickest way to build any list is to give away free valuable content, information, videos, reports, e-books, discounts, prizes... everybody loves a free gift. Just make them an offer they can’t refuse. This has more to do with the natur e of your gift and the kind of contacts you’re building －giving away free buying guides on how to purchase real estate, fast cars, LCD TVs, laptops... will definitely attract the right “buying customer”. If you’re into selling, you just have to adjust your marketing to combine the free element correctly. In addition, giving away something free is the first step in starting an ongoing relationship with your subscribers. It gets the ball rolling. Online Success List building is a very important (71)_________. . (72)_______ 1. A good contact list is vital for a successful outcome. 2. It will have a great (73)________ on developing good relationships with your customers. 3. It’s more convenient and faster going for you to do (74)________ online. Tips 1. Build a contact list on the top of your web. 2. Understand two simple elements, so that you can set up your list (75)_____. 3. Focus on the two elements, or your list will be difficult and slow to (76)_________. Two Elements 1. Value It’s (77)_________
important and valuable information about your product on your list, and what’s more, write down all the benefits for subscribers. Do (78)___________ it’s human nature that everybody likes being part of a group or membership site. 2. Free Make sure to (79)________ your customers a free valuable gift as everybody loves it as giving away free gifts will attract t he right “buying customers”. (80)________, it’s the first step in starting your online contact with your subscribers.
第二节．单词拼写 ( 共 10 个小题，每题 0.5 分，满分 5 分 ) 81. Apart from __________( 确认) the date, you are supposed to sign your name on the paper. 82. ---Oh, God! The new watch doesn’t work again! ---Don’t worry! It’s still under ___________( 担保). 83. ---How do you find my new car? ---I think your ___________ (先前的)car looks smarter.
84. Does any one of you know the man with dark glasses ____________( 陪伴) Mr. Bacon? 85. .I used to live in a house, in front of which _________ ( 流动)a clear river, for more than ten years. 86. Kate doesn’t really work here. She’s just helping me out here t_____________ , not permanently. 87. The movie Harry Potter a__________ from the novel by J.K. Rowling was once a great hit in China. 88. It’s high time you p________ up your English 89. When the fire had at last been put out, the forest a__________ ordered several tons of special type of grass-seed which would grow quickly. 90.I had all the usual s________ of someone giving up smoking: a bad temper and an enormous appetite. 第三节．用所给动词适当形式填空 ( 共 10 个小题，每题 0.5 分，满分 5 分 ) 91. You’ve never known that those volunteers have different hobbies, __________(range) from swimming to studying history. 92. Take it easy, Tom! This survey is not that difficult ________(conduct) . 93. The charity activity, I think, will not appeal to more people as expected, without famous movie stars _________ (participate). 94._________(take)the possible way into consideration, and you will find the problem appears unpractical. 95._______ (absorb) in her favourite novel , as you mentioned just now ，the girl didn’t notice her boss coming up to her. 96. ________ (not accomplish) his given work yet, the young employee gets anxious. 97. My son stayed up doing his homework last night, only _____(get) out of his room to have a cup of coffee. 98. I assume your spare time should be made full use of ______________(advocate) the environmental protection. 99. Do you think it necessary to get all her photos__________(tear) up if you break up with a girl? 100.Those plants, which let off lots of poisonous gases, are reported ______________(consume) quantities of raw materials in the last 3 years.
第四节．书面表达（满分 15 分） 你班同学举行辩论，主题是 Environment or Economy, must we choose?请将辩论情况向英 语报投稿，并发表你自己的观点。 For environment For economy Your ideas 1 动植物死亡，鱼甚至没时间产卵。 1． 人比动植物更重要 2．水、空气污染，致人生病 2． 很多企业关心环境并且负责任的 至少两句 3，人口不断增长，需要更多食物和土地 3． 经济发展将创造更多的就业机会
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第Ⅱ卷（共 35 分） 一． 任务型阅读（满分 10 分）
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四．书面表达 : Dear editor, Recently our classmates have had a heated discussion about the topic “Environment or economy, must we choose?”. Some students are in favor of the development of environment , while others put economy above environment. _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ ___________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ ________
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Dear editor, Recently our classmates have had a heated discussion about the topic “Environment or economy, must we choose?” .Some students are in favor of the development of environment, while others put economy above environment. The students who are worried about the environment say that many plants and animals have died and fish are even given no time to lay eggs. Besides, water and air are seriously polluted, making people sick. While we da mage our environment, we keep producing more and more people who need more land to live on and more food to eat. As to the students for economy, they propose , first of all, people are more important than plants and animals. As a matter of fact, many compa nies and factories are very concerned about the environment and have sense of responsibility. In addition, with the development of economy, more jobs will be created. 选择其中三点(In my opinion, I think, firstly, we should produce more things from recycled materials, and less from materials taken directly from nature. Secondly, more effective laws to preserve the environment should be made, which controls the scale of trees-cutting and fish-catching. Thirdly, we try to live an environmentally friendly way of life and pay slightly higher prices for things that are environmentally friendly. what’s more, companies producing chemical waste should pay higher taxes. With these measures, I believe that a healthy environment and a stable economy should be possible at the same time.)