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哈尔滨市第六中学 2014-2015 学年度下学期期末考试 高二英语试题
I. 单项选择: (每题 1.5 分,共 30 分) 1. Many women today hold that it’s their husbands’ duty to support family and ___ to spend money. A. them B. their C. theirs D. they

2. Everything for the meeting except 15 chairs ___to the warehouse close to the meeting room. A. have delivered B. has delivered C. has been delivered D. have been delivered

3. _____with the medicines shipped from Shanghai, his uncle got fully recovered three days later. A. Having treated B. Treated C. To treat D. Treating

4. I am sorry I am late for the meeting, but something unexpected ____on the way. A. pulled up B. took up C. put up D. came up

5. After the summer camp, we became friends and ____regularly by means of web chat ever since. A. have been chatting B. had chatted C. are chatting D. had been chatting

6. It was playing computer games ____cost the boy plenty of time___ he ought to have spent doing his homework. A. that; that B. which; that C. which; that D. that; when

7. Today there are more airplanes ___more people than ever before in the skies. A. carry B. carrying C. carried D. to be carrying

8. I was so shocked especially ___ I heard the news that more than 20,000 were the dead or missing in the Japanese tsunami. A. where B. that C. when D. why

9. English is a language shared by several diverse cultures, ___ uses it differently. A. all of which B. each of which C. all of them D. each of them

10. –If he ___, he would not have swum there. --Luckily he was seen in time and sent to hospital immediately. A. was warned B. had been warned C. would be warned D. would have been warned

11. What the teacher of the science class does and says ___ of great importance to the students at

college. A. was B. are C. is D. were

12. It really seemed a long time ___ the police came on the scene and cleared away the damaged cars. A. before B. after C. when D. as

13. Hospital stuff burst into cheers after doctors completed a 20-hour operation to have one-year-old twins ___at the head. A. separated B. divided C. removed D. combined

14. The new movie ___to be one of the biggest money-makers of all time. A. promises B. agrees C. pretends D. declines

15. Alone in a deserted house, he was so busy with his writing that he felt ___ but lonely. A. nothing B. anything C. all D. everything

16. How ___ he have refused such a good chance to go abroad for further study? A. need B. must C. can D. might

17. –Did Dorice go out last night? --Yes, but she ___a at home. Her little sister needed her care. A. may have stayed stayed 18. At first, I didn’t like Peking opera, but when I watched one, I was _____ it. A. accustomed to B. addicted to C. opposed to D. allergic to B. must have stayed C. could have stayed D. ought to have

19. Followed by a burst of laughter and a clapping of hands, ___, who we later called Charlie. A. did the boy come in C. in came the boy B. the boy was coming in D. coming in was the boy

20. –I don’t think I can pass the final exam, Mum. --___. You can make it if you work hard. A. No luck. B. Good luck C. Cheer up D. No problem.

第二部分:I 阅读理解(每题 2 分,共 40 分) A One of India’s top engineering schools has restricted Internet access in its boarding houses,

saying addiction to surfing, gaming and blogging was affecting students’ performance, making them lonely and even suicidal. Authorities at the best Indian Institute of Technology(IIT) in Mumbai said students had stopped socializing and many were late for morning classes or slept through them. “Now, a student doesn’t even know who lives two doors away from him because he is so busy on the Internet,” said Prakash Gopalan, dean for Student Affairs. “The old dormitory culture of companionship and socializing among students is gone. This is not healthy in our opinion.” IIT-Mumbai, with about 5000 students, is one of the seven IITs across India which are considered to be among the finest engineering schools in the world. They are also a talent pool for global technology giants. But their hard courses, tough competition and lonely campus lifestyle have taken an effect on students, Depressive and dysfunctional lifestyles are known to be common among IIT students, and at least nine have committed suicide in the past five years. Students have unlimited free Internet access in their boarding houses t help them in their studies, but many also use it to surf, chat, download movies and music, blog and for gaming. “Starting Monday, Internet access will be banned between 11 p.m. and 12:30 p.m. at IIT-Mumbai’s 13 boarding buildings to encourage students to sleep early and to try and force them out of their shells.” Gopalan said. But the move has not gone down well with students who say they hate their lives being regulated. “Now they will say we need to listen to a lullaby to go to sleep.” said Rajiv, an electronics student. 21.According to the text, the students addicted to the Internet in IIT-Mumbai are likely to ______ A. perform well in studies B. participate in social activities C. know their classmates better D. feel lonely and even suicidal 22.The underlined word “dysfunctional” in Paragraph 3 most probably means “___”. A. unpopular B. meaningful C. abnormal D. exciting

23.What measures have been taken in IIT-Mumbai? A. Students must go to bed before 11 p.m.. B. Students are forbidden to surf the Internet on campus. C. Students have unlimited free Internet access in their dormitories.

D. Internet access is unavailable in deep night in boarding buildings. 24. We may infer from the last paragraph that ____. A. all electronics students hate the banning order B. some students complain about the banning order C. there is no Internet access on the IIT campus ever since D. more students prefer listening to music to surfing the Internet

B What will power your house in the future? Nuclear, wind, or solar power? According to scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology(MIT) in the US, it might be leaves ---but artificial(人造的)ones. Natural leaves are able to change sunlight and water into energy. It is known as photosynthesis. Now researchers have found a way to imitate this seemingly simple process. The artificial leaf developed by Daniel Nocera and his colleagues at MIT can be seen as a special silicon chip with catalysts. Similar to natural leaves, it can split water into hydrogen and oxygen when put into a bucket of water. The hydrogen and oxygen gases are then stored in a fuel cell, which uses those two materials to produce electricity, located either on top of a house or beside the house. Though the leaf is only about the shape of a poker card, scientists claimed that it is promising to be an inexpensive source of electricity in developing countries. “One can imagine villages in India and Africa not long from now purchasing an affordable basic power system based on this technology,” said Nocera at a conference of the American Chemical Society. The artificial leaf is not a new idea. The first artificial leaf was invented in 1997 but was too expensive and unstable for practical use. The new leaf, by contrast, is made of cheap materials, easy to use and highly stable. In laboratory studies, Nocera showed that an artificial leaf prototype could operate continuously for at least 45 hours without a drop in activity. The wonderful improvements come from Nocera’s recent discovery of several powerful, new and inexpensive catalysts. These catalysts make the energy transformation inside the leaf more efficient with water and sunlight. Right now, the new leaf is about 10 times more efficient at carrying out photosynthesis than a natural one . Besides, the device can run in whatever water is

available; that is, it doesn’t need pure water. This is important for some countries that don’t have access to pure water. With the goal to “make each home its own power station” and “give energy to the poor”, scientists believe that the new technology could be widely used in developing countries, specially in India and rural China. 25.Which of the following orders correctly shows how the artificial leaf is used to produce electricity? A. artificial leaves split water into hydrogen and oxygen B. the hydrogen and oxygen gases are stored in a fuel cell C. the artificial leaves are put in water D. the fuel cell uses hydrogen and oxygen to produce electricity A. c,a,b,d B. c,b,a,d C. b,c,a,d D. c,a,d,b

26.The purpose of the scientists at MIT in developing the new artificial leaf is to____ A. build up more power stations in the world B. provide cheaper energy for developing countries C. offer people in developing countries access to pure water D. gain a deeper understanding of the photosynthesis process 27. The main idea of this passage is ______ A. an introduction to the history of artificial leaves B. a mixture of water power and solar energy C. giving energy to the poor D. an invention copying photosynthesis C In December, 2010, many American newspapers publish a list of the best books of the year. Freedom by Jonathan Franzen is one of the most repeatedly praised books on this year’s list of favorites. It tells about the ups and downs of the Berglund family over many years. Mr. Franzen fills the book with sharp observations about American politics, culture and society. Jennifer Egan’s book A Visit from the Goon Squad takes place in 13 chapters over 40 years. The story moves back and forth in time, from different viewpoints. One main character is former rock musician Bennie Salazar who works for a record company. The other main character is a troubled

young woman named Sasha who works for Bennie. The reader learns about their pasts and those of their friends. The main character in The Imperfectionists by Tom Rachman is a failing English Language newspaper published in Rome, Italy. Each chapter of the book tells about a reporter or editor working for this paper. Their stories are filled with intelligence and treat personality. Two of the most popular non-fiction books of 2010 were about rock and roll stars. Just kids is by rock singer Patti Smith. It tells about her friendship with the artist Robert Mapplethorpe in the 1960s and 1970s before they became famous. Life is the autobiography of Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards. It is an honest and exciting look at the development of rock and roll and the wild times this famous band has experienced. Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand tells about a man named Louis Zamperini. She tells about his extraordinary survival story after his plane crashed into the Pacific Ocean during World War Two. Stacy Schiff has received great praise for her book Cleopatra: A Life. It tells about one of the most misrepresented and famous women in his story, Cleopatra. She ruled ancient Egypt about 2000 years ago. One critic said Ms. Schiff has brought Cleopatra to life again by unearthing her story from centuries of lies. 28. The following books are related to music EXCEPT____ A. The Imperfectionists C. Just kids B. A Visit from the Goon Squad D. Life

29. If your major is the history of ancient Africa, you may pay attention to____ A. Freedom by Jonathan Franzen B. Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand C. The Imperfectionists by Tom Rachman D. Cleopatra: A Life by Stacy Schiff 30.Which book will give you a practical understanding of the USA? A. Life B. Cleopatra: A Life C. Freedom D. A Visit from the Goon Squad

31. The last sentence of the passage implies that_____ A. Stacy Schiff is an archaeologist B. the critic finds the character in the book very real C. the critic speaks highly of Cleopatra in history

D. Stacy Schiff tells a story about an imaginary Egyptian queen D I want to talk about the economy. Not “the economy” we hear about endlessly in the news each day and in politicians’ speeches. I want to talk about the real economy, the one we live in day by day. Most people aren’t particularly interested in “the economy”. “Share prices are flying high; interest rates are soaring; the Dow Jones Index closed sixty-three points down on 8472.35” We hear this and subconsciously switch off. Notice that “the economy” is not the same as the economy, “The economy” is what men in suits play with to make vast personal wealth. The economy is where the rest of us live on a daily basis, earning our living, paying our taxes, and purchasing the necessities of life. We are supposed to be benefiting from all the advantages of a well-off society. So why do we feel tired and stressed? We have no time for anything other than work, which is ridiculous given the number of labor-saving devices in our lives. Our towns become more and more crowded. We poison our air and seas, and our food is full of chemicals. There’s something wrong here. If times were truly good, then you may think we’d all feel optimistic about the future. Yet the majority of us are deeply worried. More than 90 percent of us think we are too concerned about ourselves and not concerned enough about future generations. The term “economic expansion” suggests something desirable, but expansion simply means spending more money. More spending doesn’t mean that life is getting better. We all know it often means the opposite-greed, crime, poverty, pollution. More spending merely feeds our whole economic system, which is based on production and consumption. Unless money keeps circulating, the economy breaks down. If we don’t keep consuming, the whole system goes into stalemate. How do we break the cycle and make some changes? We need to become far more aware of the results of our actions. We buy clothes that are made in sweat shops by virtual slaves in poor parts of the world. We create mountains of waste. We demand cheap food, mindless of the fact that it totally lacks taste and is produced using chemicals that poison the land. The consumption culture makes us unaware of the effect of our own behavior. Our main problem is not that we don’t know what to do about it. It is gathering the desire to do it. 32. According to the author, which one belongs to the real economy?

A. The Dow Jones Index. B. Increases in interest rates. C. Shopping in a supermarket. D. Skyrocketing share prices. 33.It can be concluded from Paragraph 4 that____. A. people are benefiting from a well-off society B. the future generation is a big concern for most people C. the majority of people are optimistic about the future D. people still feel much pressure despite labor-saving devices 34. What is TRUE about economic expansion? A. It may lead to some social problems. B. It guarantees a better life for us. C. It will stop the circulation of money. D. It has only brought desirable effects. 35. The author writes the passage mainly to___. A. suggest a solution for over-consumption B. call on us to change our behavior C. make a distinction between two economies D. inform us of the effects of economic expansion 第二部分:七选五 Flash Mob: The Pop Culture If you see a group of people dancing and singing on the street or in the railway station, you don’t need to feel surprised. They are a flash mob. Who are they? Are they mobs (暴民)? 71 . Actually, a flash mob is a group of people who gather suddenly in a public place, do something unusual for a brief period of time, and then quickly separate. A flash mob is usually organized with the help of the Internet or other digital communications networks. 72 . At a predetermined time, they gather and perform some tasks such as exchanging books, coming together to look at the sky, waving their hands and yelling something at the top of their lungs for 30 seconds. Then, they quickly disappear before the police can arrive. Bill Wasik, senior editor of Harper’s Magazine, organized the first flash mob in Manhattan in May 2003 and the first successful flash mob gathered on June 3, 2003 at Macy’s department

store. More than one hundred people stepped onto the ninth floor carpet department of Macy’s department store, gathering around an expensive carpet. Following this flash mob, about 200 people flooded the lounge of the Hyatt hotel and applauded for about fifteen seconds. 73 Flash mob gatherings can sometimes shock people. Such an activity might seem amusing, but it might also frighten people who are not aware of what is taking place. enormous economic potential, such as using flash mobs to advertise a product. 75 People use it to do many things. For example, in 2009, Michael Jackson’s fans took part in a flash mob to remember him. Hundreds of his fans gathered outside the railway station in Liverpool. They were singing and dancing Michael’s famous song “Beat It” together. And in another example, some people took part in a flash mob to tell more people not to use negative words. Flash mobs give people from all walks of life an opportunity to come together to create a memory. A. Don’t be confused by their name. B. People are attracted by the silly and harmless activities. C. The flash mob is now becoming more and more popular. D. Using mobile phones, the flash mob can change their gathering place. E. A later mob saw hundreds of people in Central Park making bird noises. F. The messages may be forwarded to friends, who forward to more people. G. Undoubtedly, flash mobs can serve as good political tools in any direction. 74 . They also have

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 、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。 Since I have been in my new neighborhood, I have had the pleasure of meeting a few of my neighbors. My gift __41__was to make small fruit baskets and leave them on each of my neighbor’s front gate the night of Christmas Eve for them to find. I __42__ the cards: “Happy Holidays from 5104 Northumberland Road.” I saved the friendly lady for last, since I was still not exactly_43__where she lived. I __44__decided upon a house nearby where I __45__her each morning and felt relatively sure that it was hers. This morning I noticed a small __46__inside the mailbox. It was addressed simply-Resident,

5104 Northumberland Road. I opened the __47__and took out a Thank-you card. The __48__said, “Thank you for the lovely fruit basket you __49__on the gate of Richard Kelly. It was very _50__of you. Richard Kelly passed away half a month ago. He never stopped __51__about how nice it was that someone remembered him in his time of __52__. He really appreciated it.” I was sincerely __53__. I had no idea who Richard Kelly was or that he had been __54__ill. I had left that nice lady’s basket on Mr. Kelly’s porch by __55__. I wanted to say by mistake, but that would be wrong. I believe that Richard Kelly was __56__ to have that basket. I hate that lady did not __57__ a fruit basket from me, but I believe that __58__ she knew what had happened, she would not have had the outcome any other way. I feel blessed to have made Richard Kelly’s last days more __59__. This just further strengthen my belief that there are never any __60__ in life. 41. A. thought 42. A. made 43. A. faithful 44. A. eventually 45. A. greeted 46. A. basket 47. A. mailbox 48. A. author 49. A. designed 50. A. considerate 51. A. talking 52. A. poverty 53. A. excited 54. A. hardly 55. A. hand 56. A. meant 57. A. find 58. A. unless 59. A. cheerful B. idea B. signed B. aware B. immediately B. walked B. note B. window B. owner B. made B. attractive B. asking B. trouble B. interested B. seriously B. chance B. allowed B. hide B. because B. hopeful C. expectation C. wrote C. forgetful C. honestly C. discovered C. present C. envelop C. card C. provided C. valuable C. wondering C. illness C. astonished C. hopefully C. day C. advised C. buy C. though C. wonderful D. opinion D. posted D. sure D. terribly D. met D. check D. book D. picture D. left D. practical D. worrying D. danger D. inspired D. probably D. turn D. forbidden D. receive D. if D. meaningful

60. A. mistakes

B. regrets

C. changes

D. secrets

第三部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分 45 分) 第二节 语法填空(共 10 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 15 分) 阅读下面材料, 在空白处填入适当的内容(1 个词)或括号内单词的正确形式。 A baby boy born with four legs and four arms has undergone complex surgery __61__(remove) the extra limbs. The 13-day-old boy was born __62__(weigh) 3kg at a hospital in South China on April with four additional arms and legs on __63__ right side of his body. His conjoined(联合的) twins failed to __64__(full) develop in the womb and the surviving baby was born with his arms and legs. Now the child is in a stable condition at Guangzhou Women and Children’s Medical Center __65__ an operation to remove the limbs and __66__(expect) to remain in hospital for some time. His father, __67__was named only as Mr. Chen, is reported by The Global Times to have blamed __68__for his son’s condition as he did not take good care of his wife during pregnancy. He said, “I only cared __69__my work. I just thought of making money instead of taking her to hospital for a medical check-up.” Dr. Yu, chief surgeon at the hospital, said, “ They were supposed to be twins, __70__ one had become deformed(畸形的).” 第四部分:写作(共两节,满分 35 分) 第一节短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文,请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。文中共有 10 处语言错误,每句中最多有两处。错误涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。 增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧) ,并在其下面写出该加的词。 删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。 修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。 注意:1. 每处错误及其修改仅限一词。 2. 只允许修改 10 处,多者(从第 11 处起)不计分。

Time flies! This is a third year that I have been in this school. In the past two and a half years, our school had organized many activities. What impressed me best was an activity called

“Learning to Farm”. In an autumn afternoon, we were sent to a farm which we learned to plant potatoes. Having been in the city for so a long time, we were so happy to go to the countryside. After divided into three groups, we started to work. Some students cut potatoes into pieces; some dug holes, and the others put the pieces of potatoes into the hole, put the earth back and pushed them down hard. We continued doing that until all the work was done. Although we were exhausted, but we felt fulfilled on our way back home. V. 写作: (25 分) 假定你叫李华,参加了一个在伦敦举办的冬令营。 在闭营式上, 请你代表全体营员发言。 请根据以下提示信息,写一篇发言稿。 1.得到了寄宿家庭的悉心照顾 2. 提高了英语水平 3.参观了名校(如:牛津大学,剑桥大学)和名胜古迹 注意:1 词数不少于 60 2. 稿件的开头和结尾已为你写好。 提示词: 牛津大学 Oxford University 剑桥大学 Cambridge University

Dear friends: I feel greatly honored to be speaking here on behalf of all the Camp

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Time flies! This is a (the)third year that I have been in this school. In the past two and a half years, our school had( has) organized many activities. What impressed me best(most) was an activity called “Learning to Farm”. In (on)an autumn afternoon, we were sent to a farm which(where 或者前面加 on) we learned to plant potatoes. Having been in the city for so (such)a long time, we were so happy to go to the countryside. After(加入 being) divided into three groups, we started to work. Some students cut potatoes into pieces; some dug holes, and the others put the pieces of potatoes into the hole,(holes) put the earth back and pushed them (it)down hard. We continued doing that until all the work was done. Although we were exhausted, but (去掉 but)we felt fulfilled on our way back home.

Dear friends: I feel greatly honored to be speaking here on behalf of all the Camp members. First I’d like to express our sincere thanks to all the teachers and host families here who have given us a lot of help both in life and study. During the past few weeks in London we had a wonderful time and achieved a lot. The host parents took food car of us, which made up feel at home . And with the help of the teachers here we have made great progress in English. Meanwhile we have known more about western history

and culture after seeing so many places of interest. What’s more, the visit to some famous universities, such as Oxford University and Cambridge University broadened our horizons. What we have gained from this camp is not only knowledge, but also friendship. I hope our friendship will last forever.

Thank you!

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