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2014-2015 年度高一年级第二学期期末考试卷
考试时间:100 分钟 出卷人:孙潋, 审卷人:孙锦波, 试卷总分:120 打卷人:孙潋 2015.6

I. I. Listening Comprehension (24%) Section A (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. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. A. At home . A. To the movies . A. A piece of pie . B. On the farm . B. To a restaurant . B. Some coffee . C. In a restaurant . C. To a bar . C. A warm room . B. By having fewer meals . D. By eating fruits and vegetables . B. Hold another party later . D. Ask her friends to come over . B. She doesn’t care for either . D. She wants the man to decide . C. Bank clerk . D. Delivery man . D. Stay at home . C. See a film . D. In a supermarket . D. To a theatre . D. Colleagues . D. Dinner with friends .

A. Shop assistant and customer . A. By going on a diet . C. By doing physical exercise . A. Tidy up the place carefully . C. Get more food and drinks . A. She will decide later . C. She doesn’t want to go out . A. Salesman . A. Meet his aunt .

B. Neighbors .

C. Doctor and patient .

B. Online shop manager .

B. Do shopping at supermarket .

10. A. He doesn’t agree with the woman . B. Our children will leave us sooner or later . C. We should not waste food and drink for the benefit of our children . D. Too much waste water will make the earth polluted . Section B (6%) Directions: In Section B, you will hear two short passages, and you will be asked to questions on each of the passages. The passages 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. Questions 11 through 13 are based on the following passage. 11. A. The decoration . 12. A. They were organic . 13. A. Confused . B. The location . B. They were rare . B. Amazed . C. The competition . C. They were nutritious . C. Anxious . D. The menu . D. They were juicy . D. Regretful .

Questions 14 through 16 are based on the following passage. 14. A. Posters allow people to eat poorly .

B. A bad diet is a symptom of social , cultural , and economic problems . C. Poor people are not aware of the four food groups . D. Alcohol contributes to a bad diet . 15. A. They are not the solution to dietary problems . B. They do not illustrate all the food groups . C. They are not based on the medical research . D. They are only to wealthy people . 16. A. Cultural problems . Section C (8%) Directions: In Section C, you will hear two longer conversations. The conversations will be read twice. After you hear each conversation, you are required to fill in the numbered blanks with the information you have heard. Write your answers on your answer sheet. Blanks 17 through 20 are based on the following conversation. Appetizer Main Course Side Dish Soup Drink Fruit Leg of Brown Split pea . A glass of red 20 . 17 18 19 . . . B. Social problems . C. Economic problems . D. Physical problems .

Complete the form. Write ONE WORD for each answer. Blanks 21 through 24 are based on the following conversation. What did the woman want to know ? What did the man think of the vegetables ? What’s the man’s general comment on the food ? What did the man advise ? Students’ opinions on They were usually The food was To change the 23 24 . 21 22 . . .

Complete the form. Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer. II. Grammar and vocabulary Section A (16%) Directions : Choose the right answers . 25. I stopped at a gas station about 50 miles from Oklahoma City, ______ I was planning to visit a friend. A. that A. to handle A. visits B. which B. handle B. visited C. where C. handling C. has visited D. when D. handled D. had visited 26. He’s having a hard time ______ the pressure of his new job. 27. It is the first time that Mr Smith ______ China. 28. There are always many choices in our life, which are like different roads at a crossing. ______ we choose, the decision will have a strong effect on our future journey. A. What B. Which C. Whatever D. Whichever 29. Jack is late again. It is typical ______ him to keep others waiting. (26%)

A. to A. should face

B. with

C. for

D. of C. might face D. must have faced

30. We ______ the difficulty together, but why didn’t you tell me? B. could have faced 31. Kirobo is a robot working at the International Space Station . He is not the first robot in the station , but he is the first one ______ there . A. talked B. talks C. to talk D. talking 32. You could add the items you like to your shopping basket-online, pay for them with your phone and have them ______ to your home. A. deliver B. to deliver B. I stepped B. where B. smoking C. delivered D. delivering D. I had stepped 33. No sooner ______ into the smelly market than I wanted to walk back out. A. had I stepped A. whether C. have I stepped C. which C. smoke C. once C. trapped C. where C. in case D. that D. to smoke D. unless D. having trapped D. that D. as if 34. It suddenly occurred to him ______ he had left his keys in the office. 35. The teen smoking rate has reached 11.5 percent, with 15 million 13-18 year-olds regularly ______. A. having smoked A. if A. trapping A. which A. even if lives. A. As B. While C. When D. Unless 36. Success never comes easily ______ we have a goal in our hearts and stick to it. B. since B. to trap B. what B. as long as 37. Rescuers use a special device for finding people ______ in the sunken ship . 38. What is it about this character ______ people find so exciting? 39. People should take pride in what they do, ______ the public misunderstand or make fun of it. 40. ______ the characters in The Simpsons live in a fictional world, many Americans can relate to their

Section B (10%) Directions: Complete the following passage by using the words in the box. Each word can only be used once. Do note that there is one word more than you need. A. connection AC. unbeatable ABC. equal B. stressful AD. distant C. advantages BC. hidden D. requirements BD. exposed AB. sensitive CD. involved

It is believed that in such a competitive age, art education is close to an unnecessary part in schools today. However, most of the 41 that a student would gain out of a basic education in art are almost unbelievable. There has been years of research 42 in the importance of art education and what art education goals are. The studies prove that what students gain out of an art education is almost 43 , where any other course is concerned. A child whose parents are rich will naturally and very often be 44 to art, whether it is in the form of art pieces hanging at home or visits to fashionable art museums etc. This has again been seen over the years by researchers. At the same time, it has been noticed that exposure to art is

something that is very 45 for children who belong to families with little money and they end up spending their childhood without forming any 46 with art. Art education goals in school therefore should be that 47 exposure to the wonders of art should be given to all students, whatever age group and whatever their family backgrounds are, because one never knows where talent might be 48 . However, art education goals have been slipping away from our education system for more twenty years now as people have begun to pay less importance to the 49 of art in their children’s lives. The reasons for this could be 50 budgets as well as stuffing of curriculum in classrooms s part of State mandates. Whatever these unfortunate reasons are, people have to once again realize art education goals and how they can actually be helping each student.
III. Reading Comprehension (37%) Section A (15%) Directions: For each blank in the following passage there are four words or phrases marked A, B, C and D. Fill in each blank w ith the word or phrase that best fits the context. We often praise science. It explains the world and makes our lives of the most exciting scientific scientists are working on 54 53 52 machines that think like humans. 55 about this type of technology. 56 of the human race,” said 51 through technology. One

is artificial intelligence (人工智能,AI). This is an area in which

, one of the most famous scientists has a very dark

“The development of full artificial intelligence could spell the Professor Stephen Hawking to the BBC.

Hawking is a well-known British physicist and the author of the bestselling science book A Brief History of Time. He gave his warning after Hawking 58 57 on the technology he uses to speak with. As 59 . The 60 he may want to use next. 62 how terrible from a serious disease called ALS, he needs an AI computer to

computer learns how Hawking thinks and suggests the technology that can 61

This is a basic type of AI, and is very useful, yet Hawking fears the possibility of creating or surpass (超过) human intelligence. And it’s easy to things may be. Many TV shows and films display big, killer machines that are far cleverer than us. “Humans, who are limited by slow biological evolution, couldn’t compete ,” said Hawking. But not every scientist is 63 about AI technology. “I believe we will remain 65 64 the technology for a long time,” said Rollo Carpenter, the UK -based creator of Cleverbot, a software program that remembers past conversations. “The realized.” In what direction do you think AI is heading? Should we be hopeful or fearful? 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. A. richer A. fields A. discovering A. Therefore A. promise A. fun A. carrying A. suffers B. easier B. models B. delivering B. However B. suggestion B. end B. passing B. learns C. busier C. businesses C. creating C. Besides C. request C. strength C. reporting C. survives D. worse D. lessons D. examining D. Instead D. warning D. advance D. commenting D. recovers of it to solve many of the world’s problems will be

59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65.

A. celebrate A. words A. assist A. prove A. curious A. in place of A. potential

B. communicate B. notes B. improve B. imagine B. particular B. in honor of B. talent

C. relax C. ideas C. realize C. explain C. pessimistic C. in favor of C. performance

D. practice D. messages D. match D. recall D. optimistic D. in charge of D. responsibility

Section B (22%) Directions: Read the following three passages. Each passage is followed by several questions or unfinished statements. For each of them there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one that fits best according to the information given in the passage you have just read. (A) Tidying up the car MY younger daughter, Lauren, has a new car and she has managed to keep it spotlessly clean since she bought it in July. Lauren’s old car was messy. It was essentially a large garbage dump on wheels. I must admit that the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree because until I got my present car, all of my many automobiles had been messy too. The worst thing about her car was that it took on water every time it rained. No one could ever find the source of the leak, which created a pool on the floor of the front passenger side. It also created tides: When I drove uphill, the water rushed to the back. When I drove downhill, the water rushed to the front. Four years ago, when I turned 50, I got a new car. I turned over a new leaf and, for the first time since I got my driver’s license, cleaned up my act. I gave my old car, which contained old leaves, to my wife, who in turn gave her car to Lauren. It’s the one Lauren was driving – and filling with so much stuff that there was barely enough room in the back seat for her little dog, Maggie – until she got her new car. A few weeks ago, Lauren decided to go car shopping. She went to a Volkswagen dealership because she had her eye on a Jetta. She had her other eye on my wallet. Anyway, she saw a 2005 model, which was shown to her by an automotive associate named Anthony. He spent a lot of time with Lauren each of the three or four times she visited the dealership, let me test-drive the car when I went to see it, and didn’t put any pre ssure on any of us. In short, Anthony gave used car salesmen a good name. But he was no match for Lauren when it came to negotiating the price, which he lowered to what she said she could afford and not a penny more. So now, at 25, which is half the age I was when I cleaned up my act, Lauren has done the same. Her car has been clean for almost three months. Even the dog is impressed. The downside (负面) is that my wife’s car is messy. And she wants a new one, too. 66. By saying “I must admit that the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree ”, the author means that ______. A. it’s common for people to keep their old automobiles messy B. Lauren’s old car was messy because she didn’t like it at all C. he found it hard to figure out why Lauren’s old car was always messy

D. the author used to treat his car the way Lauren treated her old car before he got his present one 67. What was the biggest problem with Lauren’s old car? A. There was something wrong with the front passenger side. B. Leaks in the car created a lot of problems on rainy days. C. It was always over-packed and had barely enough room in the back seat. D. Its engine didn’t work well, making it hard to drive uphill or downhill. 68. Which adjective best describes the writer’s tone in the article? A. Excited. B. Critical. C. Humorous. D. Doubtful. ( B) There have always been a lot of commonly believed but false ideas about being fat and doing exercise. Some people believe that they can’t help putting on weight as they get older, while others hold that if they stop exercising, their muscles will turn into fat. Here are some more myths: I’ll never lose weight – I come from a fat family Wrong! While we can’t change the body type we are born with, we can’t blame our genes for making us fat. There’s plenty of evidence that fatness runs in families, and the main reason is that they share the same habit of eating too much and exercise too little. I am fat because I burn calories slowly Wrong! Fatness is not caused by a slow metabolism (新陈代谢). In fact, although fat people consume more energy than slim people, they also fail to realize how much they eat. Keeping a diary can help you work out your daily food intake more accurately. Exercise is boring Wrong! Anything will become boring if you do it repetitively. The key is to develop a balanced and varied program that’s fun as well as progressive. If you enjoy a Sunday walk, take a different route. If yo u do yoga, try a tai chi class. If you like swiping, set yourself a distance or time challenge. No pain, no gain Wrong! Exercise is not meant to hurt. Indeed, pain is your body telling you something’s wrong, and continuing to exercise could lead to serious injury. You may experience mild discomfort as you begin to exercise regularly, but this is your body adapting to the positive changes in your lifestyle and the aches should disappear relatively quickly. If they don’t, rest and seek medical advice. 69. What does the author think about being fat? A. It is the family genes that make people fat. B. People are fat because they consume too little energy. C. A diary of exercise can prevent people from becoming fat. D. It is the consequence of people’s unbalanced lifestyle. 70. According to the author, how can we make exercise more interesting? A. By taking varied exercise. B. By choosing simple exercise. C. By doing regular exercise. D. By sticking to outdoor exercise. 71. What is the author’s opinion about “No pain, no gain” in exercising? A. Keeping fit is essentially a painful experience. B. Exercise should be stopped if continuous pain is felt.

C. Pain in exercise is a precondition for reaching your goal. D. Getting used to pain leads to positive changes in your body. 72. What is the purpose of the passage? A. To declare the importance of keeping fit. B. To clarify some misconceptions about fatness and exercise. C. To confirm what has long been believed about keeping fit. D. To explain some medical facts about being fat and doing exercise. ( C) Experiences change us WANT to improve your life? Then do something awesome. According to a recent article in The Wall Street Journal, researchers have found that awe-inspiring experiences improve our prosocial behaviors, making us more generous and more humble. Awe-inspiring experiences make us more empathetic, allowing us to recognize another person’s emotional expressions better and respond with concern. And they make us more willing to engage with trust and connect with others. What kind of experiences can be called “awe-inspiring”? The examples mentioned by the journal include scuba diving, witnessing the birth of a child, watching a meteor ( 流星) shower, and visiting a forest. A man said he found it awe-inspiring to work with homeless people and witness their courage and kindness. Awe is an emotional response to something very large, says the article, and it challenges and expands our way of seeing the world. But the feeling of awe is felt differently by different individuals, and for different reasons. The deep blue ocean might inspire different feelings in a poet than in a fisherman, for example. According to an article in The Atlantic, a 2012 study from Stanford University investigated several aspects of awe and came to an interesting conclusion: the feeling of awe changes the way you think about time. The study says an awe-inspiring experience is a moment so overwhelming ( 无法抗拒的) that time seems to stand still. When you look at or experience something awesome, like looking at a waterfall or a sky filled with stars, your mind is fixed on the present moment. Time seems to slow down, the Stanford researchers concluded, making you feel like you have more of it to spare. This makes you feel more patient, less materialistic, and more willing to help others. Other researchers believe awe is powerful because it takes u s out of our own heads. “Awe makes our individual identity less important and gets us to think about things bigger than ourselves,” Paul Piff, assistant professor of psychology at the University of California, told The Wall Street Journal. Piff has found that many simple things in life inspire awe – listening to a piece of music you haven’t heard before, going on a nature hike, or going to a pop concert. All you need to do is start noticing and marveling (对??惊叹) at the world around you. 73. The underlined word “empathetic” in Paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to ______. A. tolerant B. enthusiastic C. independent D. understanding 74. The following things are mentioned as awe-inspiring experiences EXCEPT ______. A. scuba diving or witnessing the birth of a child B. watching a meteor shower or visiting a forest C. listening to your favorite music or going to a pop concert

D. looking at a waterfall or going on a nature hike 75. How do awe-inspiring experiences change the way people think about time and make them more prosocial, according to the research? A. By changing their emotional response to something large. B. By making them more focused on the present moment. C. By making them realize that life is too short to waste. D. By inspiring them to face the challenges ahead of them. 76. According to Paul Piff, ______. A. awe is beneficial for social harmony B. awe often comes in an unexpected way C. only adventurous experiences inspire awe D. awe makes us more confident in ourselves IV. Translation (18%) Directions: Translate the following sentences into English, using the words given in the brackets. 77. (3%)目前我们尚未发现治疗 MERS 的有效疗法。(remedy) 78. (3%) 尽管名字一样,这部电视剧与那本小说没有一点共同之处。(common) 79. (4%)与其他的酒店相比之下,这家酒店让客人觉得宾至如归。(contrast) 80. (4%)评委们认为 Edwin 的演讲很成功,因为在场的观众都能与他产生共鸣。(identify) 81. (4%)一位叫余正伟的汶川地震的幸存者在最近发生的沉船事件(shipwreck)中又一次幸免于难。 (narrowly)

V. Composition (15%) Directions: Write an English composition in about 120 to 150 words on the topic Say No to Pirated Products according to the instructions given below. 1. 2. 3. 目前盗版的现象比较严重; 造成这种现象的原因及其危害; 我们应该怎么做。

2014 年度高一年级第二学期期末考试卷
考试时间:100 分钟 出卷人:孙潋, 审卷人:孙锦波, 试卷总分:120 打卷人:孙潋

第I卷 I. Listening (8%) 17. _______________________ 19. _______________________ 21. _______________________ 23. _______________________ 18. ________________________ 20. ________________________ 22. ________________________ 24. ________________________ 第 II 卷 IV. Translation (18%) Directions: Translate the following sentences into English, using the words given in the brackets. 82. (3%)目前我们尚未发现治疗 MERS 的有效疗法。(remedy) ______________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ 83. (3%) 尽管名字一样,这部电视剧与那本小说没有一点共同之处。(common) ______________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ 84. (4%)与其他的酒店相比之下,这家酒店让客人觉得宾至如归。(contrast) ______________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ 85. (4%)评委们认为 Edwin 的演讲很成功,因为在场的观众都能与他产生共鸣。 (identify) ______________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ 86. (4%)一位叫余正伟的汶川地震的幸存者在最近发生的沉船事件(shipwreck)中 又一次幸免于难。(narrowly) ______________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________

V. Composition (15%) Directions: Write an English composition in about 120 to 150 words on the topic Say No to Pirated Products according to the instructions given below. 1. 目前盗版的现象比较严重; 2. 造成这种现象的原因及其危害; 3. 我们应该怎么做。

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高一年级第二学期期末考试卷
Key I. Listening (20%) 1-5 CCABA 6-10 ADDBC 11-13 BAD 14-16 BAD 17. salad 18. lamb 19. rice 20. wine 21. campus food service 22. overcooked 23. satisfactory 24. opening hours II. Grammar and vocabulary (26%) 25-29 CCCDD 30-34 BCCAD 35-40 BDCDAB 41. C 42. CD 43. AC 44. BD 45. AD 46. A 47. ABC 48. BC III. Reading Comprehension (26%) 51-55 BACBD 56-60 BDABA 61-65 DBCDA 66-68 DBC 69-72 DABB 73-76 DCBA IV. Translation (16%) (possible version) 77. (3%)目前我们尚未发现治疗 MERS 的有效疗法。(remedy) Presently, we haven’t found an / any effective remedy for MERS . find no effective … 78. (3%) 尽管名字一样,这部电视剧与那本小说没有一点共同之处。(common) Despite the same name , the TV series has nothing / little in common with that book . Although / Though / While the TV series and that book have / share the same name , they have little in common . … , but … The same name though / as the TV series and that book have / share , … 79. (4%)与其他的酒店相比之下,这家酒店让客人觉得宾至如归。(contrast) In contrast to other hotels , this one makes people feel (as though they were) at home . 80. (4%)评委们认为 Edwin 的演讲很成功,因为在场的观众都能与他产生共鸣。(identify) Judges considered Edwin’s speech (to be) very successful because all the audience / spectators present could identify with him . think of … as / think … to be / regard … as … hold / maintain / think that … 81. (4%)一位叫余正伟的汶川地震的幸存者在最近发生的沉船事件(shipwreck)中幸免于难。 (narrowly) A survivor of Wenchuan earthquake (named) Yu Zhengwei narrowly escaped (being drowned in ) the recent shipwreck . a person who / that (had) survived the Wenchuan earthquake narrowly miss being drowned

49. D

50. B

V. Composition (12%) (possible version) Directions: Write an English composition in about 120 to 150 words on the topic Say No to Pirated Products according to the instructions given below. 1. 目前盗版的现象比较严重; 2. 造成这种现象的原因及其危害; 3. 我们应该怎么做。 Say No to Pirated Products Piracy has long become a nation-wide epidemic that shows no sign of termination in China. Particularly, pirating is prevalent in the music and computer software industries, due to the affordability of advanced technologies and the enticement of low-cost products. It is not exaggerating to say that most people in China have been buyers or victims of pirated products. There are multiple reasons responsible for this unquenchable phenomenon. The most important one can be the convenience to duplicate products with the assistance of technological equipment. In this way, the forgers can sell the pirated products at a much more attractive price than the original products, thus winning the favor of customers and making profits with much ease. However, the impact of this practice is detrimental to the society in the long run. Most original products are under copyright which involves royalty payment as a reward of the owner’s time and expenditure for the creation. Although pirated products are temporarily good deals for the customers, it can severely damage people’s initiative for innovation. In my view, there is no easy solution to the problem without the government and the whole society’s resolution to eradicate piracy. Copyright laws should be widely applied and pirating rigorously punished.


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