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海安县曲塘中学高二英语阶段性测试(201605) 第 I 卷(共 85 分) 第一部分: 听力部分(共两节,满分 20 分) 第一节 (满分 5 分) 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 has been fixed according to the woman? A. The dates B. The schedule C. Optional books 2. How does the woman sound? A. Excited B. Relaxed C. Worried 3. How many trips does the school organize on a weekday afternoon? A. 2 B. 3 C. 5 4. When does he man usually go off work? A. At 4:30 B. At 5 o’clock C. At 8 o’clock 5. Where is the woman? A. In a soap factory B. In her house C. At an information desk 第二节 (满分 15 分) 听下面 5 段对话。 每段对话后有几个小题, 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。每段对话读两遍。 听第 6 段材料,回答第 6 至 7 题。 6. What did the woman forget to do? A. To turn off the stove B. To wash the pan after using it C. To leave some breakfast for the man 7. Who might Maria be? A. The man’s girlfriend B. The couple’s neighbor C. The woman’s roommates 听第 7 段材料,回答第 8 至 10 题。 8. Why won’t Mr. Stone come to the clinic tomorrow? A. He can’t spare the time. B. The clinic will be closed. C. Dr. Milton won’t come to work. 9. When is the clinic open in a week? A. From Monday to Friday. B. On weekdays except Thursday C. During the whole week 10.When will Mr. Stone finally come to the clinic? A.5:20 p.m. Wednesday B. 6:15 p.m. Wednesday C.6:15 p.m. Thursday 听第 8 段材料,回答第 11 至 13 题。 11.What was the woman doing when her husband complained? A. Sewing a table cloth B. Getting rid of the smoke C. Trying a newly-bought dress 12.Why did the man lose his temper? A. He was tired of his daily life. B. His wife didn’t allow him to smoke. C. He met with some difficulties in his work.

13.Why did the couple decide to try Italian foot at last? A. The advertisement put the husband in the mood. B. The food in the restaurant was inexpensive. C. The husband had borrowed some money. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 14 至 16 题。 14.Who is to blame for Buster’s missing? A. Lily B. Ben C. Johnson 15.What does Buster often do? A. Walk with Lily to school B. Chase Johnson in the yard C. Wait for the man in the park 16. What has the woman been doing? A. Telling him a story about her dog. B. Asking the man to give up. C. Comforting the man. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 17 至 20 题。 17.In what way was the bear dangerous? A. It was following people during the day. B. It often attacked farm animals. C. It had killed several people. 18.How many people carried out the robbery in Brussels? A. Two B. Three C. Eight 19.What is TRUE about the robbers? A. They shot fifty people. B. They stole some diamonds. C. They knew an official at the airport. 20.What will happen to the snakes on the island of Guam? A. They will be poisoned to death. B. They will be killed by power lines. C. They will be used for scientific tests. 第二部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分 35 分) 第一节: 单项填空(共 15 小题,每小题 1 分,共 15 分) 请认真阅读下面各题,从题中所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题纸上将 该选项涂黑. 21. In his weekly______ to the nation, Obama said the joint effort was showing results and that Libyan civilians had expressed their support to the military operation. A. assignment B. address C. appointment D. arrangement 22. If a man is only interested in your looks, ______ just shows how shallow he is. A. as B. which C. what D. that 23. ---Why was Professor Johnson unhappy those days? ---The only reason was that the theory he stuck to ______ wrong. A. prove B. proving C. proved D. being proved 24. As we all know, he has regretted wasting the precious time when he _______ studied hard playing computer games at school. A. should have B. would have C. might have D. must have 25. ---Jack had prepared for the game for such a long time. We all thought he would

have won it. ---What a pity! He ______ too nervous when playing. A. is B. was C. has been D. had been 26. Here is a list of names of the guests to be invited to the party. Please don’t ______ any of them when typing. A. let out B. make out C. leave out D. put out 27. – He got fired because he was lazy. – ______. He was always daydreaming at work. A. That’s all right. B. That makes sense. C. What a pity! D. It all depends. 28. This course aims to develop students' ______ in oral communication with much practice in different situations. A. reference B. influence C. competence D. conference 29. In the middle lay a gift-wrapped box ______ for the old woman with a card ______ “Our Grandma, with love.” A. written; speaking B. sent; saying C. intended; reading D. left; telling 30. Jerry has promised to keep the secret, so he won’t tell anyone even though ______. A. being asked B. to be asked C. to ask D. asked to 31. If you pay for the computer in cash, you could have a 5% discount; ______ we can deliver it to you for free. A. in demand B. in addition C. in return D. in place 32. The beginning of the story is excellent, ______ is the ending, ______ leaves us much to think. A. as; which B. so; that C. as; that D. such; which 33. Our daughter doesn’t know what to ______ at the university; she can’t make up her mind about her future. A. take in B. take over C. take up D. take on 34. _______ an important decision ______the future more on emotion than on reason, you’ll regret it sooner or later. A. Based; concerned B. Basing; concerning C. To base; concerning D. Base; concerned 35. --- I spent two weeks in London last summer. ---Then you must have visited the British Museum during your stay, __________ you? A. haven’t B. mustn’t C. hadn’t D. didn’t 第二节:完形填空(共 20 小题:每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 阅读下面短文,从短文后所给各题的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出可以填入空白处的 最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 The world would be a better place if we all had children’s eyes. This is not because children’s eyes are too sharp to allow any blot(污点、瑕疵)to pass without being 36 , but because adults have too many conflicting concerns to keep their eyes open to all wrongdoing.

Not long before, an examination, intended to 37 some police officers to higher positions, was held in Gansu province. Someone 38 with a good idea that 18 primary pupils could be invited to act as invigilators (监考人). At that age, students would do as they are told and act fearlessly. 39 , they caught 25 officers cheating on the spot, which has caused a stir (轰动,搅动) and 40 the question of whether adult invigilators would 41 their duties as well. The implication of this event goes 42 its impact on the work style of local police officers and the examinations. Most people said what these children have done points to the sad fact of 43 being less trustworthy. If adults acted as invigilators, they would quite 44 turn a blind eye to cheating. We Chinese have been holding the 45 that human nature was good at birth: as 46 of blot as a sheet of blank paper, which can be 47 with content (good or bad) in the process of growing up. Everything should be done on the basis of certain principles. 48 , nowadays the repeated reports of cheating in examinations, selling ranks and 49 and embezzling (挪用) public funds paint a 50 picture of common social morals. Adults have become too concerned with their own personal gains to 51 basic sense of principles. When no one 52 any principle and the only concern is personal interest, everyone will 53 , not only those who first break the rules. Besides, cheats are unfair to honest examinees, and when the success of cheats 54 more people to cheat, the consequences will be disastrous. In a word, we adults need to have our eyes as 55 as children’s on matters of principle. 36. A. praised B. dismissed C. caught D. thrown 37. A. develop B. investigate C. prevent D. promote 38. A. caught up B. came up C. kept up D. put up 39. A. Surprisingly B. Usually C. Safely D. Slowly 40. A. rose B. recommended C. raised D. affected 41. A. accept B. ignore C. refuse D. perform 42. A. without B. beyond C. into D. for 43. A. tutors B. pupils C. adults D. teachers 44. A. probably B. suddenly C. luckily D. gradually 45. A. opportunity B. dream C. belief D. hope 46. A. free B. busy C. ugly D. dirty 47. A. described B. filled C. purchased D. charged 48. A. Unless B. Therefore C. However D. Thus 49. A. names B. titles C. goods D. products 50. A. bright B. beautiful C. pleasant D. sad 51. A. care about B. put aside C. contribute to D. come across 52. A. understands B. obeys C. possesses D. change 53. A. act B. exist C. suffer D. survive 54. A. advises B. encourages C. warns D. informs 55. A. beautiful B. young C. wide D. clear 第三部分 阅读理解(共 15 小题,每小题 2 分,满分 30 分)

A I was sure that I was to be killed. I became terribly nervous. I fumbled(摸 索) in my pockets to see if there were any cigarettes, which had escaped their search. I found one and because of my shaking hands, I could barely get it to my lips. But I had no matches, they had taken those. I looked through the bars at the guard. He did not make eye contact with me. I called out to him “Have you got a light?” He looked at me, shrugged and came over to light my cigarette. As he came close and lit the match, his eyes unconsciously locked with mine. At that moment, I smiled. I don’t know why I did that. Perhaps it was nervousness, perhaps it was because, when you get very close, one to another, it is very hard not to smile. In any case, I smiled. In that instant, it was as though a spark jumped across the gap between our two hearts, our two human souls. I know he didn’t want to, but my smile leaped through the bars and caused a smile on his lips, too. He lit my cigarette but stayed near, looking at me directly in the eyes and continuing to smile. I kept smiling at him, now thinking of him as a person and not just a guard. "Do you have kids?" he asked. “Yes, here, here.” I took out my wallet and nervously fumbled for the pictures of my family. He, too, took out the pictures of his family and began to talk about his plans and hopes for them. My eyes were filled with tears. I said that I feared that I’d never see my family again, never have the chance to see them grow up. Tears came to his eyes, too. Suddenly, without another word, he unlocked my cell and silently led me out. Out of the prison, quietly and by back routes, out of the town. There, at the edge of town, he released me. And without another word, he turned back toward the town. 56. What do we know about the man from the passage? A. He had lost contact with his family. B. He had been forbidden to smoke. C. He had been searched. D. He had killed someone. 57. What can we infer from the story? A. The guard freed him in the prison. B. The man smiled to please the guard. C. The guard set the man free with permission. D. The man was surprised to be set free. B The relationship between exercise and cancer has long both intrigued and puzzled oncologists and exercise physiologists. Exercise is strongly associated with lowered risks for many types of cancer. At the same time, exercise involves biological stress, which typically leads to a short-term increase in inflammation(发炎) which can contribute to higher risks for many cancers. Now, a new study in mice may offer some clues into the exercise-cancer paradox. It suggests that exercise may change how the immune system deals with cancer by boosting adrenaline(肾上腺素), certain immune cells and other chemicals that, together, can reduce the severity of cancer or fight it off altogether.

To try to better understand how exercise can both elevate inflammation and simultaneously protect the body against cancer, scientists at the University of Copenhagen in Denmark and other institutions decided to closely examine what happens inside mice at high risk for the disease. So, for the new study, they began by gathering a group of adult lab mice. These animals generally like to run. The scientists then implanted melanoma( 黑素瘤) skin cancer cells into the mice before providing half of them with running wheels in their cages while the other animals remained sedentary. After four weeks, far fewer of the runners had developed full-blown melanoma than the sedentary mice and those that had been diagnosed with the disease showed fewer and smaller lesions. They drew blood from both the exercising and sedentary animals and cells from any tumors in both groups. As expected, they found much higher levels of the hormone adrenaline in the blood of the exercising animals, especially right after they had been working out on the wheels but also at other times of the day. The body releases adrenaline in response to almost any type of stressful experience, including exercise. They also found higher levels of interleukin-6 in the blood of the runners. This is a substance that is released by working muscles and is believed to both increase and decrease inflammation in the body, depending on where and how it goes to work. Perhaps most important, they found much higher numbers in the bloodstreams of runners than in the sedentary mice of a type of immune cell named natural killer cells that are known to be strong cancer fighters. So the scientists repeated their original experiment multiple times, inducing cancer while allowing some mice to run and others to sit. In some of these follow-up experiments, the scientists injected the runners with a substance that blocked the production of adrenaline and gave sedentary animals large doses of added adrenaline. What they now found was that when running mice could not produce adrenaline, they developed cancer at the same rate as the sedentary animals, while the sedentary animals that had been injected with extra adrenaline fought off their tumors better than other sitting mice. More remarkably, the scientists determined that adrenaline seemed to be sending biochemical signals to some of the animals’ IL-6 cells, making them physiologically more alert, so that when a tumor began to develop in the affected animal, those IL-6 cells in turn activated the natural killer cells in the bloodstream and actually directed them to the tumors, like minute guide fish. With these results, “we show that voluntary wheel running in mice can reduce the growth of tumors, and we have identified an exercise-dependent mobilization of natural killer cells as the underlying cause of this protection,” said Pernille Hojman, a researcher at the University of Copenhagen who oversaw the new study. It perhaps provides one more incentive for us to get up and move. 58. In the first experiment, which one is the most important result the scientists found?_______ A. natural killer cells are much more in the bloodstreams of runners than in the

sedentary mice. B. levels of interleukin-6 are higher in the blood of the runners than in the sedentary mice. C. exercise such as running seemed to help the mice fight against the cancer. D. adrenaline can reduce the severity of cancer or fight it off. 59.In the follow-up experiments, the scientists found__________ ? A. the hormone adrenaline has much higher levels in the blood of the exercising animals, B. how these elements in the runners — their increased adrenaline, IL-6, and natural killer immune cells fight against tumor. C. interleukin-6 can both increase and decrease inflammation in the body, depending on where and how it goes to work. D. what happens inside mice at high risk for the disease. 60.According to the study, we can infer the fundamental substance to fight the cancer off is________ A. adrenaline B. interleukin-6 C. natural killer cells D. genes C It’s amazing how we grow from careless kids to responsible teens. What happens in the course that makes us responsible now? It’s the seed that we sow in the beginning which grows and becomes a huge tree. As I sit here, silently thinking about my growth, I wonder over some questions which don’t have an answer but it’s because of such unanswerable situations that life has become a roller coaster ride. As a kid, I used to read a lot of story books. In one particular book, I read a story of a bird. From then on, that has become an integral (必不可少的) part of my life. It described a male bird which takes a lot of pain to build a nest and the female bird takes shelter in it and nourishes the baby. When the bird learns to fly, the whole family flies off to a different place leaving behind the beautiful nest for other birds to grow their family in it. It made me wonder. How could they so easily sacrifice their house built with so much effort? One night, when I was deep in sleep, I got this particular dream. I was walking miles on the endless road, totally isolated but lined with beautiful trees on the either side. Fascinated by the greenery, I marched towards it only to end up deeper and deeper into the greenery. I happened to stop upon seeing something. It was a massive, wonderful house. I fell in love with that amazing part of art. Yeah, it was indeed a piece of art with every nook and corner touched artistically and lovingly. I don’t know why I felt that it was done lovingly. Maybe because, things turn out to be beautiful only when we put our love into it — just like the food prepared by mom which tastes more delicious with her love. I explored the house only to fall more in love with it. There was a sloping roof which matched with the greenery around; the large central open courtyard reminded me of the activities that might have taken place there which felt lively even now when it is completely deserted. The small water body that kept the house cool added to the beauty of the house — of course, it was all dried up now. It’s really

wonderful how such things add life to the spaces which otherwise just become structures. Such liveliness and happening turns the house into a home. They say ‘THE HOME IS WHERE THE HEART IS’, but now I began to feel it. This is where my heart belongs. This is what I’m destined to do. When I woke up from the dream, I was clear about everything. I realized where that mile of walk was intending me to lead. I realized what message my dream wanted to convey me. And years later, when finally my turn of choosing my destination came, I simply closed my eyes, held that book in my hand, pressed it against my chest and relived the dream. When I opened my eyes, I was sure what to do. I decided to choose the road — less traveled. Yes, I took up architecture as my profession because this is what I am destined to do. I wanted to do the same thing that the male bird in the story did, to take pain in building a beautiful house and let others stay in it. This is my dream come true and the happiness that I gain now from this profession is indescribable. 61. When the writer read the story of the bird, he probably felt _______. A. upset B. confused C. amazed D. amused 62. To the writer, “the seed that we sow in the beginning” (Paragraph 1) is _______. A. the house in his dream B. his mother’s food C. the story of the bird D. his story books 63. In the writer’s dream, what part of the house attracted him most? A. The greenery surrounding the house. B. The body of water that keeps the house cool C. The liveliness he sensed around the house. D. The fact that the house was very large. 64. The above passage is mainly about _______. A. how the writer finally becomes an honest citizen B. where the true meaning of responsibility lies C. what we need to do when we are seeking fortune D. why the writer takes up architecture as his career D “What is the most important thing you’ve done in your life?” The question was put to me during a presentation I gave to a group of lawyers. The answer came to me in an instant. It’s not the one I gave, because the situation was not right. As a lawyer in the entertainment industry, I knew the audience wanted to hear some amusing stories about my work with well-known people, but here’s the true answer: th The most important thing I’ve ever done occurred on October 8 , 1990. I began the day playing tennis with an old friend I hadn’t seen for a while. Between points we talked about what had been happening in each other’s lives. He and his wife had just had a baby boy, who was keeping them up at night. While we were playing, a car came screaming up the road toward the courts. It was my friend’s father, who shouted to my friend that his baby had stopped breathing and was being rushed to the hospital. In a flash my friend was in the car and gone, disappearing in a cloud of dust.

For a moment I just stood there, paralyzed (呆若木鸡). Then I tried to figure out what I should do. Follow my friend to the hospital? There was nothing I could accomplish there, I convinced myself. My friend’s son was in the care of doctors and nurses, and nothing I could do or say would affect the outcome. Be there for moral support? Well, maybe. But my friend and his wife both had large families, and I knew they’d be surrounded by relatives who would provide more than enough comfort and support, whatever happened. All I could do at the hospital, I decided, was to get in the way. Also, I had planned a full day with my family, who were waiting for me to get home. So I decided to head back to my house and check in my friend later. As I started my car, I realized that my friend had left his truck and keys at the courts. I now faced another problem. I couldn’t leave the keys in the truck. So I decided to go to the hospital and give him the keys. When I arrived, I was directed to a room where my friend and his wife were waiting. As I had thought, the room was filled with family members silently watching my friend comfort his wife. I went in and stood by the door, trying to decide what to do next. Soon a doctor appeared. He approached my friend and his wife, and in a quiet voice told them that their son had died. For a long time the two held each other and cried, unaware of the rest of us standing around in pained silence. After they had calmed themselves, the doctor suggested they spend a few moments with their son. My friend and his wife stood up and walked past their families. When they reached the door, my friend saw me standing in the corner. He came over and hugged me and started to cry. My friend’s wife hugged me, too, and said , “Thanks for being here.” For the rest of that morning, I sat in the emergency room of that hospital and watched my friend and his wife hold the body of their infant son, and say goodbye. It’s the most important thing I have ever done. The experience taught me two lessons. First: The most important thing I’ve ever done happened when I was completely helpless. None of the things I had learned in university, in three years of law school or in six years of legal practice were of any use in that situation. Something terrible was happening to people I cared about, and I was powerless to change the outcome. All I could do was standing by and watching it happen. And yet it was critical that I do just that--- just be there when someone needed me. Second: The most important thing I’ve done almost didn’t happen because of things I had learned in classroom and professional life. Law school taught me how to take a set of facts, break them down and organize them. These skills are critical for lawyers. When people come to us for help, they’ re often stressed out and depend on a lawyer to think logically. But while learning to think, I almost forget how to feel. Today I have no doubt that I should have leapt into my car without hesitation and followed my friend to the hospital. From that one experience I learned that the most important thing in life isn’t the money you make, the status you attain or the honors you achieve. The most important thing in life is the kids’ team you coach or the poem you write---or the time when you’re just somebody’s friend.

65. When he was asked about the most important thing he had done in life at a presentation, the author _______. A. felt it was not an interesting question B. thought for a while and spoke his mind C. gave an answer from a lawyer’s point of view D. didn’t give the real answer When he saw his friend rush to the hospital, the author could not decide whether to follow mainly because he thought _______. A. he had to stay with his family B. his friend did not need his help. C. he would not be of much help D. the baby would be in the doctor’s care What can we infer from the author’s description of the scene at the hospital? A. He found out that he was in the way. B. He would have felt guilty if he had not been there. C. He regretted that he went too late. D. His friend would have felt better if he had not been there. The author learned from his own experience that_______. A. what is taught in school is usually of no use. B. a lawyer cannot learn much in classrooms C. a lawyer should know people’s feeling first D. he needs to be able to feel as well as think logically The underlined sentence in the last paragraph suggests that the author_______. A. is fond of writing poems B. is going to coach the kid’s team C. is determined to make friends with everybody D. is fully aware of the importance of being helpful to those in need 70. Which might be the best title for the passage? A. Thanks for Being My Friends B. The Importance of Just Being There C. The Most Important Thing I’ve Done D. A Friend in Need Is a Friend Indeed 第 II 卷(共 35 分) 第四部分 任务型阅读 (共 10 小题,每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 请认真阅读下列短文,并根据所读内容在文章后表格中的空格里填入最恰当的单词。 注意:每空格只填 1 个单词。请将答案写在答题卡上相应题号的横线上。 Following one million middle-aged women in Britain for 10 years, a study finds that the widely held view that happiness enhances health and longevity is unfounded. The results come from the so-called Million Women Study, which took on women aged 50 to 69 from 1996 to 2001, and tracked them with questionnaires and official records of death and hospital admissions. The questionnaires asked how often the women felt happy, in control, relaxed and stressed, and also instructed them to rate their health and list ailments like high blood pressure, diabetes, depression or anxiety. When the answers were analyzed statistically, unhappiness and stress were not associated with an increased risk of death. It is not clear whether the findings apply to men. Professor Peto said particularly important data came from 500,000 women who reported that they were in good health, with no history of heart disease, cancer, or stroke.

A minority of these healthy women said they were stressed or unhappy, he said, but over the next decade they were no more likely to die than were the women who were generally happy. “This finding refutes(驳斥)the large effects of unhappiness and stress on death rate that others have claimed,” Dr. Peto said. Unhappiness itself may not affect health directly, but it can do harm in other ways, by driving people to suicide, alcoholism or other dangerous behaviors, he warned. This type of study, in which people involved depends on their self-assessments, is not considered as reliable as a designed experiment where people involved are picked at random and assigned to a treatment or control group. But the huge number of people in this study gives it power. Still, some observers noted that measuring emotions is more nuanced(细微的)and complex than simply declaring happiness or unhappiness. “I would have liked to see more discussion of how people translate these complicated feelings into a self-report of happiness,” said Baruch Fischhoff, a psychologist at Carnegie Mellon University. The results of earlier studies have been mixed, with some finding that unhappiness causes illness and others showing no link, Dr. Fischhoff said. “It looks to me like people have collected a lot of data without finding a clear signal,” he said. However, an editorial accompanying the study in The Lancet noted that it had the largest population so far in happiness studies and praised its statistical methods. Professor Peto said he doubted whether the new study would change many minds because beliefs about the risks of unhappiness are so rooted. “People are still going to believe that stress causes heart attacks,” he said. Topic (72) research (73) research of the Happiness Doesn’t (71) One million women aged 50 to 69 Track the women with questionnaires. Keep official records of deaths and hospital admission. Make statistical (74) ____________of the answers. It lacks basis that unhappy people (75) to suffer mortality more easily. Unhappiness may (76)____________ for some dangerous behavior. Whether the conclusion applies to men hasn’t been (77) It just depends on how people involved (79)___________themselves. Measuring emotion is more nuanced and complex. The results of earlier studies have been mixed. The largest population were involved. Statistical methods were used. Bring Good Health

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第五部分 书面表达(满分 25 分) 根据下面的漫画,联系生活实际,写一篇 150 词左右的英语作文。


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