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成都外国语学校高 2014 级高二(下)期末考试


命题人: 王维荣 敬玉琥







负责人: 肖山

第 I 卷 (选择题,共 90 分)
第一部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分 40 分)
第一节 语法和词汇知识(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 从 A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 1. Had they known what was coming next, they second thoughts. A. may have B. could have C. must have had D. might have had 2. At this time next week ______________ the English Channel. A. I?ll cross B. I?ll be crossing C. I?m to cross D. I?m going to cross 3. It would seem to be a general truth__________ nothing is as straightforward as it at first seems. A. that B. when C. what D. if 4. Brian was about to_______________ when he suddenly found an answer to the question. A. make up B. look up C. turn up D. give up

5. — Finished?
— No, I?ve got __________________three questions to answer. A. other B. another C. these D. those 6. — Who is absent from the lecture today? —_____________you ask? Peter, of course. A. Would B. Can C. Could D. Need 7. Many people prefer large cars, __________________large cars are safer than small ones. A. thinking B. to think C. think D. having thought 8. In order to find the missing child, villagers _______ all they can over the past five hours. A. did B. do C. had done D. have been doing 9. — The lady starred in many films. — Really? But rarely _____________in public nowadays. A. she is seen B. is she seen C. was she seen D. she was seen 10. —The girl looks so beautiful. Is she a model or a film star? —_____________. She?s a nurse. A. You bet B. Forget about it. C. Far from it. D. Whatever you say 第二节 完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 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,并在答题卡上将该选项涂黑。 I often read of incidents of misunderstanding or conflict. I?m left 11 . Why do these people create mistrust and problems, especially with those from other 12 ? I was growing up in Kuala Lumpur in the early 1960s, 13 children from different races and religions played and studied 14 in harmony. At that time my family lived a stone?s 15 from Ismail?s. And no one was bothered that Ismail was a Malay Muslim and I was an Indian Hindu—we just 16 our differences. Perhaps, our elders had not filled our heads with unnecessary advice, well 17 or otherwise. We were nine when we became friends. During the school holidays, we?d 18 the countryside on our
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bicycles, hoping to 19 the unexpected. At times Ismail would accompany my family as we made a rare shopping trip to town. We would be glad of his 20 . When I was twelve, my family moved to Johor. Ismail?s family later returned to their village, and I 21 touch with him. One spring afternoon in 1983, I stopped a taxi in Kuala Lumpur. I 22 my destination. The driver acknowledged my 23 but did not move off. Instead, he looked 24 at me. “Raddar?” he said, using my childhood nickname. I was astonished at being so 25 addressed (称呼). Unexpectedly! It was Ismail! Even after two 26 we still recognized each other. Grasping his shoulder, I felt a true affection, something 27 to describe. If we can allow our children to be 28 without prejudice, they?ll build friendships with people, regardless of race or religion, who will be 29 their side through thick and thin. On such friendships are societies built and 30 we can truly be, as William Shakespeare once wrote,“we happy few, we band of brothers”. 11. A. interested B. pleased C. puzzled D. excited 12. A. parties B. cities C. villages D. races 13. A. why B. which C. how D. when 14. A. together B. around C. alone D. apart 15. A. drop B. throw C. move D. roll 16. A. refused B. made C. sought D. accepted 17. A. paid B. meant C. preserved D. treated 18. A. explore B. search C. discover D. desert 19. A. get through B. deal with C. come across D. take away 20. A. arrival B. choice C. effort D. company 21. A. lost B. gained C. developed D. missed 22. A. stated B. ordered C. decided D. chose 23. A. attempts B. instructions C. opinions D. arrangements 24. A. anxiously B. carelessly C. disappointedly D. fixedly 25. A. familiarly B. strangely C. fully D. coldly 26. A. departures B. months C. years D. decades。 27. A. possible B. funny C. hard D. clear 28. A. them B. themselves C. us D. ourselves 29. A. from B. by C. with D. against 30. A. still B. otherwise C. then D. instead

第二部分 阅读理解(共两节,满分 50 分)
第一节 (共 20 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 40 分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项 涂黑。 A Bicycle Safety Operation Always ride your bike in a safe, controlled manner on campus. Obey rules and regulations. Watch out for walkers and other bicyclists, and always use your lights in dark conditions. Theft Prevention Always securely lock your bicycle to a bicycle rack—even if you are only away for a minute. Register your bike with the University Department of Public Safety. It?s fast, easy, and free. Registration permanently records your serial number, which is useful in the possible recovery of the bike stolen. Equipment Brakes Make sure that they are in good working order and adjusted properly. Helmet A necessity, make sure your helmet meets current safety standards and fits properly.
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Lights Always have a front headlight—visible at least 500 feet in front of the bike. A taillight is a good idea. Rules of the Road Riding on Campus As a bicycle rider, you have a responsibility to ride only on streets and posted bicycle paths. Riding on sidewalks or other walkways can lead to a fine. The speed limit for bicycles on campus is 15 mph, unless otherwise posted. Always give the right of way to walkers. If you are involved in an accident, you are required to offer appropriate aid, call the Department of Public Safety and remain at the scene until the officer lets you go. Bicycle Parking Only park in areas reserved for bikes. Trees, handrails, hallways, and sign posts are not for bicycle parking, and parking in such spots can result in a fine. If Things Go Wrong If you break the rules, you will be fined. Besides violating rules while riding bicycles on campus, you could be fined for: ×No bicycle registration…$25 ×Bicycle parking banned…$30 ×Blocking path with bicycle…$40 × Violation of bicycle equipment requirement…$35 31.Registration of your bicycle may help you . A. find your stolen bicycle B. get your serial number C. receive free repair services D. settle conflicts with walkers 32.According to the passage, what bike equipment is a free choice for bicycle riders? A. Brakes. B. A helmet. C. A headlight. D. A taillight. 33.If you lock your bicycle to a tree on the campus, you could be fined . A.$25 B.$30 C.$35 D.$40 34. What is the passage mainly about? A. A guide for safe bicycling on campus. B. Directions for bicycle tour on campus. C. Regulations of bicycle race on campus. D. Rules for riding motor vehicles on campus. B For most of my 15 years, my father usually said very little to my mother and me. He preferred reading the newspaper or watching football matches on television to talking to his family. Everything changed one morning. As soon as I came downstairs to breakfast, I could see that he wasn?t his usual reserved (缄默的) self. “Can?t wait! FIFA World Cup! Big match! Must see!” I quickly figured out what all the excitement was about: Dad is a big football fan. I had never been interested in football, but Dad?s excitement that morning made me more and more curious. I had to find out why this sport was making my normally reserved father act like a five-year-old on his first trip to Disneyland. Dad decided that we should all eat at a little German restaurant so that we could watch the World Cup while eating. Secretly, I think he was hoping to turn Mum and me into football fans. The match started a few minutes after we entered the restaurant. As I was eating my meal, a loud noise came from the television. Surprised, I looked up at the TV: “Why is that man jumping up and down?” Dad patiently explained: “That?s Papa Bouba Diop, my son. It?s normal for them to jump up and down after they?ve scored.” Dad explained almost everything to me. His monosyllabic (单音节的) answers were a thing of the past. I loved the new Dad! I watched the rest of the match, becoming more and more interested. When I told my father that I planned to watch more matches with him, he smiled and gave me a wink (眨眼). At long last we had something in common.
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Football has really helped Dad and me get closer and form a stronger relationship with each other. Who says football is only about 22 men running after a silly ball? 35. Which of the following words can best describe the author?s father? A. A talkative football player. B. A parent busy at work. C. An encouraging father. D. A man of few words. 36. What made the author curious about his father one morning? A. His unusual excitement. B. His unexpressed eagerness. C. His great interest in the newspaper. D. His high expectation of the winner. 37. The author?s growing interest in watching the match mainly came from________. A. his and his father?s common love of German food B. watching a top level performance of the players C. his father?s love of football and his explanation D. eating in a restaurant with the excited fans 38. What can we learn from the passage? A. Sharing is the foundation of good relationship. B. Family members should be fans together. C. Interest is the mother of success. D. Personality decides everything. C Based on new analysis, we are rapidly approaching major climate change and the effects on society and the environment could be quite severe. Geographers predict that within the next eighty years, current world climate zones could shift and some could completely disappear. Polar regions will get colder while tropical regions will get even hotter, forcing animals to migrate (迁徙) north. Climate changes like these could lead to the spread of diseases. Tropical storms and hurricanes will not only increase but may also become more intense. If the changes come too quickly, animal and plant species may not be able to adapt fast enough and could disappear. According to Science Daily, a new study predicts that by the year 2100, many of today?s familiar climates will be replaced by climates unknown in today?s world. It is urgent that we reduce the risks of these far-reaching consequences for the whole world. The planet itself has been showing signs of change. In 2004, a serious tsunami created by a major earthquake killed thousands in Sumatra and in 2008, thousands died in China because of another severe earthquake. Egypt was hit in 2009 with a major earthquake and Haiti was devastated in 2010 by yet another massive earthquake. Within just the last few months, new reports from around the world have been coming in and most agree that our climate situation is much worse than previously thought. At this point, it doesn?t matter what is causing it, but rather, what can be done about it. What?s more, our world is getting more and more unstable every year. There is war and threat of war everywhere. Natural disasters are becoming more frequent and serious. However, other planets are experiencing global warming as well as our own and some scientists believe there may be some connection between this. No one knows anything for sure at this point because there is simply not enough data. 39. Which of the following would be the best title for the Passage ? A. Ways to protect our planet. B. Solutions to climate change. C. Be prepared for climate change. D. Climate change and its effects. 40. What is the author?s purpose in using the examples of earthquakes? A. To show the damage earthquakes caused. B. To remind people to prevent future earthquakes. C. To show major changes are taking place on the planet. D. To tell us more earthquakes will happen in the future.
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41. What does the underlined word “devastated” in Paragraph 3 mean? A. Separated. B. Destroyed. C. Removed. D. Affected. 42. What can be inferred from the Passage? A. Animals and plants won?t die out as long as climate changes slowly. B. There?s enough data for us to predict the future of climate change. C. The world is getting more unstable because of animal migration. D. The earth is not the only planet that is experiencing climate change. D This brief book is aimed at high school students, but speaks to anyone learning at any stage of life. Its formal, serious style closely matches its content, a school-masterly book on schooling.The author, W. Armstrong, starts with the basics: reading and writing. his opinion, reading doesn?t just mean recognizing H. In each word on the page; it means taking in the information, digesting it and incorporating it into oneself just as one digests a sandwich and makes it a part of himself.The goal is to bring the information back to life, not just to treat it as dead facts on paper from dead trees.Reading and writing cannot be completely separated from each other; in fact, the aim of reading is to express the information you have got from the text.I?ve seen it again and again: some-one who can?t express an idea after reading a text is just as ineffective as someone who hasn?t read it at all. Only a third of the book remains after that discussion, which Armstrong devotes to specific tips for studying languages, math, science and history.He generally handles these topics thoroughly and equally, except for some weakness in the science and math sections and a bit too much passion regarding history to his students, that was a hundred times more than my history teachers ever got across.To my disappointment, in this part of the book he ignores the arts.As a matter of fact, they demand all the concentration and study that math and science do, though the study differs slightly in kind.Although it?s commonly believed that the arts can only be naturally acquired, actually, learning the arts is no more natural than learning French or mathematics. My other comment is that the text aged.The first edition apparently dates to the 1960s—none of the references seem newer than the late 1950s.As a result, the discussion misses the entire computer age. These are small points, though, and don?t affect the main discussion.I recommend it to any student and any teacher, including the self-taught student. 43.According to Armstrong, the goal of reading is to________. A.gain knowledge and expand one?s view B.understand the meaning between the lines C.express ideas based on what one has read D.get information and keep it alive in memory 44.What is a shortcoming of Armstrong?s work according to the author? A.Some ideas are slightly contradictory. B.There is too much discussion on studying science. C.The style is too serious. D.It lacks new information. 45.This Passage can be classified as________. A.an advertisement B.a book review C.a feature story D.A news report 46.Which of the following words can best describe the author?s attitude towards the book________ A.positive B.neutral C.negative D.objective E At one time it was the dream of many little girls to become a nurse. Today, however, America is facing its worst nurse shortage since World War I. Recently about 2,000,000 nurses are needed and 60 percent of all hospitals in the US have shortages, large enough to threaten the quality of care provided. The demand for nurses spreads widely throughout the nursing field.
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What has become of these women in white? The answer lies in not one but several causes. One possibility is the fact that women have greater career options. In the past, women who chose to work outside the home had two basic choices: nursing or teaching. Today, more women than ever are in the workforce, but their options have greatly increased. There are women doctors, lawyers, firefighters and police officers. In fact, women today are found in nearly every field of work. Nursing has been left behind, as women move on to jobs with higher pay and greater status. A woman or man in the nursing field is often looked down upon as“merely a nurse”. Teachers many be also at fault. Many high school students are actually away from nursing, told by teachers that they are“too bright to be a nurse”. Americans are living longer than ever and requiring more medical attention. In fact, the number of elderly patients has almost doubled in the past twenty years. Obviously a larger population requires more nurses. AIDS and other diseases have caused more and more people to need nursing care. Usually fatal (致命的) diseases mean long hospital stay, that is to say, more nurses are needed to care for these patients. It is estimated that the demand for nurses will be doubled the supply in the coming ten years. 47. What does the second paragraph mainly talk about? A. How nurses have been looked down upon. B. Why women have chosen many different jobs. C. What has caused nurse shortage. D. How teachers have influenced their students. 48. The Passage tells that high school teachers are at fault for . A. not mentioning the worst nurse shortage in the US B. introducing jobs with higher pay and greater status to their students C. not asking the government to raise the nurses? payment D. persuading the students not to be nurses 49. The author writes the Passage in order to . A. describe the unequal treatment of women in the US B. warn people to pay more attention to the nursing problem C. tell us women?s free choices of jobs today D. call on women to choose different kinds of jobs 50. It can be inferred from the Passage that . A. high school students think themselves too bright to be nurses B. women in the US have greater career choices than those in other countries C. of all the hospitals in the world 60 percent more nurses are badly needed D. nursing used to be a popular job among women 第二节 (共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) 根据对话内容, 从对话后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项, 并将答案填写在本题下面的横线上。 选项中有两项多余选项。 — Hi, Linda!What are you doing? — Hi, Bob! I?m preparing for the test tomorrow. — 51 — Well, the library is full and the classroom is too noisy. Are you ready for the test? — I?m afraid not. I feel very nervous. We don?t have much time left. — _ 52 Maybe that can help. — Good idea. How many units would be included? — Three. That is Unit 4, Unit 5 and Unit 6. — Really? I thought Unit 6 would be not covered.
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It will. _ 53 You go first. All right. Name 3 European countries. Easy. France, Germany and Russia. I can even say more. 54 Now it?s your turn to ask questions. OK. What are the seven continents of the world? Asia, Europe, Africa, and … I?m really can?t remember them all. 55 You will have time A. Don?t worry. C. We can go over their names. E. So many countries to remember. G. For why are you here in the garden? B. We can prepare together. D. It seems you are well prepared. F. Now let?s ask each other questions.

第 II 卷(非选择题,共 60 分)
第三部分 写作(共三节,满分 60 分) 第一节 阅读表达(共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) 阅读下面短文并回答问题,然后将答案写到答题卡指定的位置上(请注意问题后的词数要求) 。 When young people in the United States gather for fun, there is a good chance that they will soon be dancing. If there are no musicians, they will play records. If there are no records, some one is certain to have a radio. One way or another there will be dancing. The ways that boys and girls dance will often change every year or two. You may hear them say that the very latest steps are “in,? while last year?s step are ?out.? Each boy and girl takes pride in learning newest things. They feel that this is important to remaining popular with their friends. Years ago the dances of young people were not very different from those of their parents, but high school and college students of today have created their own music and have invented their own dances, thanks to people like Chubby Checker, the Beatles, and Elvis Presley. These musicians helped to make popular an exciting new kind of music that people began to dance to in a different way. In the late 1950s Chubby Checker started a dance that he called the “twist.” The twist, like so many new dances, was lively, and people who performed it used a lot of energy. The word chubby means “a little bit fat,” which is why this singer and dancer called himself Chubby. After demonstrating his new dance hundreds of times, however, Chubby was no longer chubby. This is one of the advantages. Even if older people do not like the new dances, they must agree that people get much more exercise from modern dances than they ever got from a waltz. 56. What are three ways to have music for dancing? (no more than 4 words)
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① ____________________ ② ____________________ ③ ____________________ 57. How often do ways of dancing to rock music change? (no more than 4 words) ________________________________________________ 58. For what purpose do young people learn the newest dance? (no more than 6 words) ________________________________________________ 59. Why did Chubby Checker become famous? (no more than 5 words) ________________________________________________ 60. What is an advantage of modern dancing? (no more than 3 words)

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第二节 短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 1.5 分,共 15 分) 下面短文中有 10 处语言错误。请在有错误的地方增加、删除或修改某个单词。 增加:在缺词处加一个符号(^) ,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. 每句不超过两个错误; 2. 每处错误及其修改均只限一词; 3. 只允许修改 10 处,多者(从第 11 处起)不计分。 My friend Dick was seven years old, and her sister Katherine was five. One day their mother take them to their aunt?s to play while she went to the city buy some new clothes. They played for a hour, and then their aunt took Dick into the kitchen. She gave him a nicely cake and a knife and said, “Dick, cut this cake in half, and give one of the piece to your sister. But remembering to do it like a gentleman.” “How do gentlemen do it?” Dick asked. “They always give the bigger one piece to the other person,” answered his aunt. Dick thought up this for a few seconds. Then he took the cake to his sister but said to her, “Cut this cake in half, Katherine.” 第三节 书面表达 (满分 35 分) 如今世界粮食短缺,价格飞涨,给部分地区造成社会动荡。假设在你校开展的研究性学习中,你们小 组以“World Food Crisis”为题进行研究,现在请你代表你们小组向全体同学简要介绍你们的研究成果。主要 内容如下: 1. 造成的原因(两条) 2. 应对的措施 (两条) 3. 你如何做出自己的贡献 注意:1. 内容包括以上要点,但不要逐句翻译 2. 字数 120 左右,文章开头已提供,不计入总词数 Hello, everyone, Now I?ll tell you something about our research project The World Food Crisis on behalf of our group. As you know, food shortages have hit many countries in the world and even caused social unrest in some areas. ________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________
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英语答案
单选 DBADB DADBC 完型 CDDAB DBACD AABDA DCBBC 阅读 ADBA DACA DCBD CDBA CDBD 对话七选五 GBFDA 阅读表达 56. Musicians, records and radios. 57. Every year or two. 58. To remain popular with their friends. 59. Because he invented a new dance. / Because he started the “twist” dance. 60. Much more exercise. 短文改错 My friend Dick was seven years old, and her (his) sister Katherine was five. One day their mother take (took) them to their aunt?s to play while she went to the city ^ to buy some new clothes. They played for a (an) hour, and then their aunt took Dick into the kitchen. She gave him a nicely (nice) cake and a knife and said, “Dick, cut this cake in half, and give one of the piece (pieces) to your sister. But remembering (remember) to do it like a gentleman.” “How do gentlemen do it?” Dick asked. “They always give the bigger one piece to the other person,” answered his aunt. Dick thought up (about) this for a few seconds. Then he took the cake to his sister but (and) said to her, “Cut this cake in half, Katherine.” One possible version: Hello, everyone, Now I?ll tell you something about our research project The World Food Crisis on behalf of our group. As you know, food shortages have hit many countries in the world and even caused social unrest in some areas. But what has caused the current world food crisis? First, annual world grain output has declined because of climate change. Second, lots of farmland has been lost due to the rapid development of industry and urbanization, which has worsened the severe situation. Then how can we deal with the problem? On one hand, we should focus on the environmental protection and improve the ecology. On the other hand, strict measures should be taken to protect farmland. Of course, developed countries should take their responsibilities to help the poor ones experiencing food shortage. As for me, I will call on the people around me to live thriftily. And for the moment, I think, we should study hard to develop science and help solve the food shortage in the future. (128)

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