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2015 学年第一学 高二英语期中考试
满分:100 完成时间:100 分钟 I、Listening comprehension 24% Section A Short conversations 10% Directions: In section A, you will hear ten short conversations between two speakers. At the end of each conversation, a question will be asked about what was said. The conversations and the questions will be spoken only once. After you hear a conversation and the question about it, read the four possible answers on your paper, and decide which one is the best answer to the question you have heard. 1. A. At the man’s office. B. At the woman’s office. C. In a cinema. D. Outside the dormitory. 2. A. She likes fruit salad. B. She eat whatever she likes. C. She prefers to be on a diet. D. She is afraid of gaining weight. 3. A. 7:30. B. 7:40. C.7:50 D. 8:00. 4. A. Tim’s excellent performance.. B. Tim’s assignment. C. Tim’s graduation day. D. Tim’s study habits. 5. A. Husband and wife. B. Manager and customer. C. Hostess and guest. D. Teacher and student. 6. A. He has no interest in wild life protection. B. He can’t join the group. C. He is sorry to fail in the examination.. D. He is already busy with the Student Union issue. 7. A. Price of petrol. B. Bus fare. C. Traffic condition. D. Petrol shortage. 8. A. They will have to get some more paint. B. They should get someone to help them. C. They shouldn’t delay any longer. D. They don’t have to paint the room again. 9. A. Summer vacation. . B. Language learning. C. Pleasure of travelling. D. Study abroad. 10. A. The woman wants to go to Toronto. B. The man wants to go to Vancouver. C. There are no flights to Toronto. D. There are two direct flight to Toronto.[GkStK.Com] Section B Passages 6% Directions: In section B, you will hear two short passages, and you will be asked three questions on each of the passages. The passage will be read twice, but the questions will be spoken only once. When you hear a question, read the four possible answers on your paper and decide which one would be the best answer to the question you have heard. Questions11through 13 are based on the following passage. 11. A. She explained the functions of the BCD International.

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B. She described some popular singers. C. She played a new record. D. She introduced the radio program to listeners. 12. A. About the Big Hits. B. The History of Pop. C. The Road to Music. D. Pop Words. 13. A. To introduce new singers and songwriters. B. To provide the background with music. C. To help to understand the words to the big music hits. D. To hear from listeners’ opinion on music. Questions 14through 16 are based on the following passage. 14. A. To achieve high marks in study. B. To develop their own interests. C. To be responsible for their parents. D. To discover subjects outside class. 15. A. Because there are so few rules. B. Because there are too many rules. C. Because they hate to take part in activities. D. Because they are afraid to make mistakes. 16. A. Teachers show little interest in open education. B. Most traditional teachers support open education. C. Many teachers quite enjoy open education D. Some traditional teachers do not like open education. Section C Longer conversations 8% Directions: In Section C, you will hear one longer conversation. The conversation will be read twice. After you hear the conversation, you are required to fill in the numbered blanks with information you have heard. Write your answers on your answer sheet. Blanks17 through 20 are based on the following conversation. (Complete the table with ONE WORD for each blank!) Sunshine Community College EVENING COURSES To be completed for all new students Students details Surname: _______17_________ First name: Maria Nationality:______18_________ Occupation: Student Address: 24 Cherry Road Telephone No: _____19___________ Course Details Course Name: CGI ______20_________ Course Code:139 Starts: June 12, Monday 7 pm. Blank 21 through 24 are based on the following conversation. Why did Ruth call Tim? When will Tim most probably go to help? Because she needs volunteers to __21___ to the new students. He may go to help on ____22_____ mornings.
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What doesn’t Tim have on him? What does Ken have to do before leaving?

Tim doesn’t have ____23____ on him. He has to get ____24_____ out.

Complete the form. Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer. II、Grammar and vocabulary (25%) Section A 7% Directions: Beneath each of the following sentences there are four choices marked A,B,C and D. Choose one answer that best completes the sentence. 25. ______ at the top of the Oriental Tower, people below will look very small. A. Stand B. Standing C. To stand D. If you stand 26. _____ from other continents for millions of year, Australia has many plants and animals not found in any other country in the world. A. Being separated B. Having been separated C. Having separated D. To be separated 27. The bell _________ the end of the period rang, _______ our heated discussion. A. indicating; interrupting B. indicated; interrupting C. indicating; interrupted D. indicated; interrupted 28. This field of scientific research remains________. A. to be untouching B. being touched C. to be untouched D. untouched 29. Don’t sue words, expressions, or phrases _______ only to people with specific knowledge. A. being known B. having been known C. to be known D. known 30. ________ from the hill, the whole city of Nanjing looks more beautiful. A. As people see B. Seeing C. People see the city D. Seen 31. _______ in a top-level university abroad is what many students wish for. A. Educated B. Being educated C. To educate D. Educating Section B 8% Directions: After reading the passage below, fill in the blanks to make the passages coherent and grammatically correct. For the blanks with a given word, fill in each blank with the proper form of the given word; for the other blanks, use one word that best fits each blank. Perhaps one aspect of modern life which is most often considered “annoying” is noise. According to some estimates, the amount of urban noise ____32_____ (double) in the past ten years, and with the increase in road and air traffic, noise is likely to increase too. Noise quite clearly affects the health of modern man. It is a health threat. Loud noise _____33_____ ( say) to be a leading cause of deafness among many people over 65. It is also a major_____34_____(contribute) factor in causing stress, ______35_____ itself causes a variety of illnesses. Noise is sometimes associated with lack of communication in the modern world. In many busy shops, factories and nightclubs, _____36_____ level and constancy of noise make conversation at a natural level difficult or impossible. Certain people in society, such as motorcyclists, seem to believe they have a
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right ______37___ ( make) as much noise as they like without being fined. Do they? We are so trained to noise in this modern world ___38_____ people growing up with little or no experience of genuine peace and quiet have begun to associate silence with boredom. Isn’t it time for us to start teaching young people that silence is golden and that you can do a lot of interesting things ___39____ the accompaniment of noise? Section C 10% Directions: Complete the following passage by using the words in the box. Each word can only be used once. Note that there is one word more than you need. A. complicated B. suitable C. understand D. regularly AB. instant AC. access AD. divide BC. normally BD. obtain CD. symbols ABC. refer Among the note- taking forms in today’s US schools, the Cornell method is widely recommended. Providing a form for concentrating and organizing notes, the Cornell method sets up a system to direct students to ___40______ the paper into two columns. The note- taking column, which is usually on the right, is twice the size of the key word column on the left. The student should leave five to seven lines blank, at the bottom of the page. Notes from a lecture or teaching occupy the note-taking column which ___41____ contain the main ideas of the textbook or lecture. Most ___42____ ideas and long sentences are avoided while ___43____ or abbreviations (缩写)are preferred instead. To assist with future reviews, ___44___ thoughts or questions should be noted down as soon as possible so that the students may ____45___ to these points for reflection or further research. The key- word column is a(n) __46____ place to note down these ideas. These ideas may later turn into potential research results as students are always encouraged to reflect on the notes ___47_____ or to go deep into the questions further. Within 24 hours after the note- taking, the students must revise and then produce a short summary in the bottom space. Such move helps him to __48____ the topic better. When preparing for a test, the student has ____49____ to a brief but detailed record of the previous classes. III、Reading comprehension 31% Section A 15% Remains of ancient civilization are places which were designed and built as a lasting tribute(致敬)to some individuals or events. By visiting these ___50___ monuments, you are sure to be amazed by how __51__ the ancient civilization that existed centuries before you was. Some of the facilities which could be dated back hundreds of years ago are still in use today. Besides, you will also __52____ at the mysterious stories behind it. The Great Wall, __53___, is probably the best-known monument of China, which consists of a network of walls and towers through which the attack warnings could be received within minutes. __54___ then had enough time to prepare. Estimates (估算)of the total length of the monument ___55___, depending on which sections are included and how they are measured. One of the __56___ mysteries is that, although some of the wall is __57___ in special radar images taken by
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satellites, astronauts have confirmed that the existing wall is not several thousand years old, nor is it, as many people had __58___ visible to the human eye form outer space. Even older than the Great Wall of China is the Great Pyramid(金字塔)of Giza. Over a 20-year period, thousands of workers made the vision become __59__ with numerous blocks, each weighing more than two tons. It’s still a(n) ___60__ to modern people how ancient men handled__61___ of these giant stones in a time when cars or boats never existed some 4500 years ago. The pyramid served not only as a tomb for King Khufu, but also a place of __62___ activity. The number of the God’s servants at that time showed the importance of such activities. After Khufu died, his body was carefully treated with various medicines and materials and was wrapped in order to be __63__ for long. According to ancient Egyptian belief, the pyramid, where the mummy was placed, provided a place for the king to pass into the afterlife. Then his servants performed rituals(仪式)to bring __64___ to the dead king’s soul, removing all the unrest and pain from his next life. 50. A. modern B. historic C. official D. commercial 51. A. advanced B. technical C. overlooked D. energetic 52. A. stare B. wonder C. aim D. call 53. A. in addition B. in other words C. however D. for example 54. A. Mechanics B. Workers C. Astronauts D. Soldiers 55. A. extend B. remain C. vary D. progress 56. A. long-standing B. widely-used C. carefully-chosen D. clearly-stated 57. A. recognizable B. reasonable C. reliable D. responsible 58. A. proved B. claimed C. threatened D. requested 59. A. reality B. tradition C. mansion D. civilization 60. A. burden B. secret C. solution D. fortune 61. A. finance B. storage C. transportation D. production 62. A. sports B. religious C. fighting D. family 63. A. preserved B. recovered C. buried D. restored 64. A. leadership B. peace C. honour D. inspiration Section B 12% (A) At age 11, Zlata Filipovic saw things that most people pray they never see. Growing up in the middle of a war zone, this little girl experienced firsthand the horrors of war. Filipovic turned 11 in December of 1991. Five months later Serbian soldiers

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attacked Filipovic’s hometown of Sarajevo, Bosnia. While many people fled the city, Filipovic’s family stayed. Some of the worst moments of the Bosnian conflict would take place right under her nose. How did Filipovic deal with his harrowing experience? By writing a diary.

Zlata’s Diary was first published in the summer of 1993 by UNICEF(United Nations
International Children’s Emergency Fund). It attracted enormous interest. Her writings on the Bosnian conflict were not as sophisticated(老练的) as the daily news reports. Filipovic’s observations were however, more moving and intimate (私人的).

Zlata’s Diary gave readers a sense of sympathy for the ordinary people stuck
in the Balkan region. Filipovic’s writings raised world awareness of the senseless conflict in Sarajevo. “I see that things aren’t good here,” Filipovic writes. “An ugly war is taking away my childhood.” After two years of enduring the war in Sarajevo, Filipovic’s family escaped to Paris in December of 1993. Zlata’s Diary was then printed by an international publisher. It became an instant bestseller. It has since been translated into 35 languages. Outside Bosnian, Filipovic continued to show deep concern for her torn homeland. In the following years, she gave many talks on the impact of war on children. She spoke often about the need for a stable, lasting peace in the Balkan region. Filipovic eventually attended a British University and received a degree in human sciences. Today, the well-being of the Balkan region remains on her mind. Now Filipovic wants to use her experience to promote peace in a rapidly changing Europe. She hopes that her stories of war will make people listen to her message of peace. 65. The underlined word “ harrowing” in Paragraph 2 can best be replaced by “________”. A. desperate C. embarrassing B. miserable D. revolutionary

66. What was special about Zlata’s Diary? A. It wrote about war in different languages. B. It was as attractive as the daily news report. C. It helped the world see war through the eyes of a child. D. It made the world know better about the Bosnian conflict. 67. It can be learned from the passage that __________. A. Zlata was promoting peace with her stories of war. B. Zlata’s nose was seriously wounded in the conflict. C. Zlata kept her diary a secret until the winter of 1993. D. Zlata felt relieved after escaping from the war in Sara jevo.

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68. Which of the following might be the best title for the passage? A. Zlata Filipovic: growing up in war B. Zlata Filipovic: writing against war C. Zlata Filipovic: changing the world D. Zlata Filipovic: loving peace in heart (B) Among all the fast growing science and technology, the research of human genes, or biological engineering as people call it, is drawing more and more attention now. Sometimes it is a hot topic discussed by people. The greatest thing that gene technology can do is to cure serious diseases that doctors at present can almost do nothing with, such as cancer and heart disease. Every year, millions of people are murdered by these two killers. And to date, doctors have not found an effective way to cure them. But if the gene technology is applied, not only these two diseases can be cured completely, bringing happiness and more living days to the patients, but also the great amount of money people spend on curing their diseases can be saved, therefore it benefits the economy as well. In addition, human life span(寿命) can be prolonged. Gene technology can help people to give birth to health and clever children. Some families, with the English imperial family being a good example, have hereditary (遗传的) diseases. This means their children will for sure have the family disease, which is a great trouble for these families. In the past, doctors could do nothing about hereditary diseases. But gene technology can solve this problem perfectly. The scientist just need to find the wrong gene and correct it, and a healthy child will be born. Some people are worrying that the gene research can be used to manufacture human beings in large quantities. In the past few years, scientists have succeeded in cloning a sheep, therefore these people predict that human babies would soon be cloned. But I believe cloned babies will not come out in large quantities, for most couples in the world can have babies in very normal way. Of course, the government must take car to control gene technology. 69. What does “ these two killers” in the second paragraph refer to? A. Gene technology and another treatment of the two diseases B. The two murderers who killed the cloned baby. C. The two diseases of cancer and heart disease. D. Hereditary diseases and cancer 70. What’s the main idea of the third paragraph? A. How gene technology can be applied in the field of treating hereditary diseases. B. Gene technology can be used to clone human babies.

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C. Gene technology can help people to give birth to a baby. D. Gene technology can help the English imperial family out. 71. In what way gene technology can help to treat hereditary diseases? A. Using gene technology, people with hereditary diseases can have more living days. B. Using gene technology, the scientist finds the wrong gene and corrects it. C. Using gene technology, human babies can be cloned. D. Doctors can cure cancer and heart disease with the help of gene technology. 72. What is the main purpose of writing this passage? A. Expressing the writer’s idea that gene technology will benefit people. B. Telling people the disadvantages of gene technology. C. Telling her readers that gene technology will not benefit people . D. Explaining that gene technology will also do harm to the humanity. ( C ) As the new semester begins, millions of college students across the country are trying hard to remember how best to write a paper or , more likely, how best to delay that paper. Procrastination is the thief of time and a lot of students suffer form it. They can spend whole days in the library doing nothing but staring into space, eating snacks, surfing the Internet, watching videos and looking at other students sitting around them, who , most likely are doing nothing either. Paralyzed(使失去活力) by their habit to procrastinate, they write micro blogs about their fears, asking their online friends if they sometimes have the same issue. But this does nothing to break the spell.(魔咒) According to a recent report, 95 percent of us procrastinate at some point and 20 percent of the world’s population are always procrastinating. The figures are disappointing. Procrastinators are less wealthy, less healthy and less happy than those who don’t delay. Procrastinators like to find excuses to justify their behavior, but BBC columnist Rowan Pelling says they are all wrong. Many procrastinators tell themselves they are perfectionists who work best under pressure. Pelling says this is non sense, as work done at the last minute is more likely to have mistakes than work done on time. The behavior of procrastinators often makes them feel ashamed, inconveniences others and annoys loved ones. Pelling also points out that procrastination feels particularly delinquent (过失的) in a society that thinks of speedy action as admirable, and, at times, even as a moral good. Fortunately, social scientists have thrown their weight behind efforts to understand this behavioral mistake and offer strategies to control it. Piers Steel, a Canadian social scientist and author of The Procrastination Equation, believes

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human is “designed” to procrastinate. Nevertheless, he suggests a couple of good ways to get through the task at hand. 73. From the first two paragraphs we can learn that __________. A. procrastination is beneficial to many students. B. many students are under great pressure in their study. C. lots of college students work hard to write good essays on time. D. many students have the habit of delaying finishing their tasks. 74. Which behavior belongs to procrastination? A. Never dream away the time. B. Always complete the tasks ahead of time. C. Never put off till tomorrow what should be done today. D. Always wait to work until the “good mood” or “ good time”. 75. According to the passage, which of the following statements is not true.? A. Procrastination makes people waste their time. B. procrastinators usually complete their tasks perfectly. C. Speedy action is considered as a moral standard in the society. D. Procrastination is common among people. 76. What is most likely to be discussed in the paragraph that follows? A. Measures to deal with procrastination. B. Approaches to handling the study pressures. C. More examples to illustrate procrastination D. Introduction to the book The Procrastination Equation. Section C 4% Directions: Read the following passage carefully. Then answer the questions or complete the statements in the fewest possible words. The library is one of the most popular places at a western university. Students turn to it for research, conversations about class, and many other services. Compared with Chinese libraries, college libraries in the US and UK tend to offer more resources. A postgraduate at Yale University can borrow as many as 225 books at a time. In addition to borrowing books, there are online and electronic resources. These include a database search of popular and academic material, such as Lexis Nexis Academic, which offer items from newspapers and magazines. Although books and articles are the items that students ask for most frequently, some libraries provide audio and video recordings, maps and sheet music (数据库). At some schools, teachers and tutors put electronic copies of their teaching PPTs on the library Web to give easier access for students. Another useful service in Western college libraries is the Interlibrary Loan.

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This allows a student at one school to borrow books from another school. The loan request is made through the student’s college library, which gets the book, gives it to the user, and arranges for its return. Technology has brought more services to students and has made libraries attractive. Some universities have services for students to send messages through the computer or mobile texts to ask the library staff for information. Earlier this year, Harvard University introduced a new Scan and Deliver service, allowing students to make requests for parts of books and articles. Requests made through the system are handled by library staff. The student receives and sends e-mails with an Internet link to the scanned pages. The service is free and all material comes within four days. It used to be that libraries didn’t allow food or drinks. But that rule is changing and many of them now contain a café so students can spend as much time as they want in the library. Actually, some US university libraries are now all-night affairs, or have at least one study room open all night. (Note:Answer the questions or complete the statements NO MORE THAN TEN WORDS). 77.In comparison with Chinese libraries, college libraries in the US and UK not only _____ 78. According to Paragraph4 and 5, what are the two useful services for students in Western College libraries? 79. The purpose of Harvard University’s introducing a new Scan and Deliver service is to let_____ 80. What have some US university libraries done for a change? IV、Writing (20%) Directions:Translate the following sentences into English, using the given words. 81. 据报道只有二个人在这次交通事故中幸存了。(survive) 82. 他下决心不惜任何代价不让父母失望。 (determined) 83. 人们普遍认为节食是减轻体重的有效方法之一。It is generally believed 84. 重要的不是你在考试中得了几分,而是你是否努力学习了。matter 85. 经历了许多的变化,人们逐渐意识到健康食品的重要性。Having...

2012 学年第一学期质量抽查 高二 英语 答题纸 I.Listening comprehension Section C
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17._______________ 21.____________ ___ 18._______________ 22._______________ 19._______________ 23._______________ 20._______________ 24_______________ II. Grammar 32._______________ 33.________________ 34._______________ 35. ________________ 36. ______________ 37. ________________ 38. ______________ 39. ________________ III. Reading Comprehension Section c 77_________________________________________________ 78_________________________________________________ 79_________________________________________________ 80_________________________________________________ IV Translation 81_________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ 82_________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ 83________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ 84_________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ 85_________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________

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Key: 1. Listening Comprehension 1-10 CDCDC BABBA 11-13 DAB 14-16 BAD 17-20 Silva, German, 745320, technology 21-24 give guided tours, Tuesday and Saturday, the schedule, all the orders 2. Grammar and Vocabulary 25-31 BBADD, DB 32. has doubled 36. the 3. Reading 50- 54 BABDD 65-68 BCAB 69-72 CABA 73-76 DDBA 77. lend books but (also) offer more(online and electronic) resources 78. Providing video recordings and the Interlibrary Loan. 79. students make requests for parts of books and articles 80. They have started cafes/have offered cafe services and become all-night affairs/let students stay longer. 4. Translation 81. It is reported that only two people survived this traffic accident. 82. He is determined not to let his parents down/ disappoint his parents at all costs/ at any cost. 83 It is generally believed that going on a diet is one of the effective ways of losing weight. 84 What matters is not what score you have got in the examination, but whether you have studied hard. 85 Having experienced great changes, people come to realize the importance of health food. 55-59 CAABA 60-64BCBAB 33.is said 34.contributing 35. which 37. to make 38 that 39 without

40. AD 41. BC 42. A 43. CD 44. AB 45. ABC 46. B 47. D 48. C 49. AC

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