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高二英语练习题 2014年11月26日


2014 年 11 月 26 日

第一节:单项填空 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。 21. Learning first aid is of great value to us because it can help save one’s life before____ doctor comes. A. a; the B. a; a C. /; a D. /; the 22. After all the harm she has done, she _____whatever she gets . A. costs B. deserves C. rewards D. pays 23. Studying Wendy’s menu, I found that many of the items are similar to ____ of McDonald’s. A. ones B. those C. any D. that 24. They have held several meetings to ____next year's production plans. A. set down B. make out C. look up D. draw up 25. We’ve talked a lot _______ films. How _____ television now? A. of, with B. with, towards C. about, about D. for, about 26. If we had set off yesterday, we _____ on the beach in Hawaii, enjoying the sunshine right now. A. are lying B. will be lying C. would be lying D. would have lain 27. — The engineer was accused _____being a spy and driven out of out country. — Really ? I can’t believe it ! A. for B. at C. of D. about 28. ________ the project, the young man has little time for entertainment. A. Devoting to work on B. Devoted himself to work on C. Devoted to working on D. Devoting to working on 29. Shanghai and Nanjing are among the most important cities in China _______their size and population. A. in favor of B. in case of C. in honor of D. in terms of 30. Wind power is an ancient source of energy ____we may return in the near future. A. on which B. by which C. to which D. from which 31. Only after we balance our study and relaxation _______ a good state of mind. A. we do have B. will we have C. we will have D. did we have 32. Unfortunately when I arrived she ________ , so we only had time for a few words. A. just left B. has just left C. was just leaving D. had just left 33. Andy was crying in his room just now,but he wouldn’t tell me ________ made him so sad. A. why it was that B. why was it that C. what it was that D. what was it that 34. — Did you go to visit the city museum yesterday? A. could have visited B. must have visited —No, we __ it, but my mother suddenly became ill. C. can’t have visited D. shouldn’t have visited 35. — Don’t worry, Mum. The doctor said it was only the flu. A. What a relief B. Congratulations —____! I’ll tell Dad there’s nothing serious. C. How surprising D. I’m so sorry 第二节 完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) ―Hi! John.‖ Mary ran towards me with a rare bright smile on her face, saying, ―I’m gonna have a dance performance tonight. I 36 you’ll come. Here is the ticket. Don’t forget it.‖ Then she left in a hurry. ―What? What performance? Dance? Is that 37 ?‖ I asked myself. Mary was not such kind of girl. She was quite an ordinary one. I had never seen her dress up or wear attractive clothes. 38 , she always wore her big black-frame(框架) 39 , for she did not know how to dress up indeed. What a terrible thing, especially for a 40 girl! ―I should go to; I must go to. That’s a(n) 41 !‖ I thought. I arrived at the hall with the ticket, and found my seat. Her performance was the seventh one. I knew I would suffer from a hard time before her turn. Time went slowly, I 42 not to fall asleep in the hall. ―Let’s welcome the next exciting dance— Latin!‖ Applause 43 the hall at once. I opened my eyes as large as possible, fearing to 44 anything. Mary appeared on the glorious stage. Her

dress 45 well with the brilliant lights. All the audience in the hall focused their eyes on her and it was also 46 for me to remove my eyes from her. She was so beautiful. At this moment, she looked like a pretty 47 flying on the splendid stage… I could hardly 48 my eyes. After all the 49 ended, I waited for her at the gate. ―Hi!‖ She stood in front of me with a bag and her crystal(水晶的) high-heeled shoes in her hands, and dressed 50 she used to be, but the make-up still could be 51 . ―How do you 52 ?‖There was not a little bit tired expression appearing on her face. ―Fantastic!‖ I answered. ―Ha, I knew it would be.‖ ―May I lend a 53 ?‖ I asked. ―Thank you!‖ she handed her 54 to me ; at the same time, I realized that every 55 has a pair of special shoes which are like the crystal shoes of Cinderella. 36. A. promise B. guess C. hope D. suppose 37. A. believable B. enough C. good D. meaningful 38. A. However B. Besides C. Otherwise D. Therefore 39. A. shoes B. gloves C. trousers D. glasses 40. A. pretty B. silly C. plain D. simple 41. A. mistake B. miracle C. dream D. impression 42. A. struggled B. pretended C. failed D. decided 43. A. met B. filled C. spread D. passed 44. A. remember B. notice C. lose D. see 45. A. matched B. suited C. fitted D. went 46. A. strange B. easy C. possible D. hard 47. A. butterfly B. dancer C. singer D. performer 48. A. close B. keep C. believe D. open 49. A. interviews B. performances C. meeting D. concerts 50. A. what B. where C. since D. as 51. A. tasted B. touched C. smelt D. seen 52. A. feel B. like C. do D. think 53. A. seat B. hand C. ticket D. lift 54. A. heavy bag B. small case C. crystal shoes D. red hat 55. A. girl B. friend C. student D. thinker 第三部分:阅读理解(共 20 小题,每题 2 分,满分 40 分) A Americans use many with the word ―dog‖. People in the US love their dogs and treat them well. They take their dogs for walks, let them play outside and give them good food and medical care. However, dogs without owners lead a different kind of life. The expression ―to lead a dog’s life‖ describes a person who has an unhappy life. Some people say we live in a dog-eat-dog world. That means many people are competing for the same thing, like good jobs. They say that to be successful, they have to work like a dog. This means they have to work very hard. Such hard work can make people dog-tired. And, the situation would be even worse if they become sick as a dog. Some people say, ―Every dog has its day.‖ This means that every person enjoys a successful period during his or her life. To be successful, people often have to learn new skills. Yet, some people say that you can never teach an old dog new tricks. They believe that old people don’t like to learn new things and will not change the way they do things.

Some other people are compared to dogs in bad ways. People who are unkind or uncaring can be described as meaner than a junkyard dog. Junkyard dogs live in places where people throw away things they don’t want. But mean dogs are often used to guard the property, for they bark at or attack people who try to enter the property. However, sometimes a person who appears to be mean and threatening is really not so bad. We say his bark is worse than his bite. Dog expressions are also used to describe the weather. The dog days of summer are the hottest days of the year. A rainstorm may cool the weather, but we don’t want it to rain too hard. We don’t want it to rain cats and dogs. 56. A person who lives an unhappy life can be described as ―_______‖. A. becoming sick as a dog B. leading a dog’s life C. living in a dog-eat-dog world D. working like a dog 57. The underlined word ―mean‖ in Paragraph 4 most probably means ―______‖. A. violent B. selfish C. wild D. poor 58. What can we learn from the text? A. Everyone can be successful if he learns from the old. B. It might be difficult for the young to learn new skills. C. Junkyard dogs are careful in money arrangement. D. Fierce persons aren’t so awful as they appear sometimes. 59. To support his idea, the author develops the text mainly by____. A. listing reasons B. using idioms C. giving examples D. making comparisons B There are two things I can count on my dad asking every time he calls me: ―Is there anything I can do for you?‖ and ―How’s the car?‖ I guess he asks what he can do for me because his dad (an air force officer) was never really there for him, and he’s determined to provide me with the support he lacked. During my youth he never missed a school play or softball game. In fact, he was so supportive that I sometimes longed for one of those dads who dressed better and cared less. But my dad would forever be the guy wearing shorts with dress shoes and black socks, cheering me on, expecting greatness. His other standard question – How’s the car? – used to strike me as a waste of long-distance dollars from a man who once suggested making a list of what you want to talk about before calling someone out of state. What I now realize is that ―How’s the car?‖ is not about the car. It’s a father’s way of asking his adult daughter how she is doing. The advantage is that if there’s something wrong with the car, he knows what to do about it and how much it will cost, whereas if you’re having problems about marriage or doubting a career choice, he might have to act Mom on the line. At age thirty I finally took the plunge (跳进) into adulthood by renting a car without my dad’s help or advice. I’m sure my dad was hurt rather than proud. Though a daughter’s independence is evidence of a job well done, it still implies the job’s done, and many fathers are unwilling to retire. Even when my dad was overworked, he’d happily jump on a plane if I said I needed help. His frequent question ―Is there anything I can do for you?‖ underlines the fact that he wishes there was still something he could provide. It’s interesting: even though we’re tied by blood and I love him no matter what, he still seems to need a concrete function – suggesting stocks, finding the cheapest plane fare – to feel he has a role in my life. 60. The author’s father always showed up in his daughter’s school activities to _________. A. watch them out of his own curiosity B. guarantee she would perform well C. support her in all possible ways D. show his own lack of fatherly love 61. The author has learned that by asking ―How is the car?‖, her father is actually _________. A. asking his daughter if the car breaks down or not B. reminding her not to waste money C. expressing his concern for her daughter’s safety D. asking how his daughter is getting along 62. According to the author, her father is unwilling to retire probably because _________. A. he wants to continue to earn money B. he is doubtful of her independence C. he fears to lose his function as a dad D. he is not sure of the love from her 63. We can safely draw a conclusion from the story that in the author’s eye her father _________. A. has a strong passion for his work B. has the deepest love for his daughter C. has great interest in his daughter’s car D. has too much control over his daughter C

Beijing Acrobatic (杂技的) Show in Chaoyang Theatre Introduction of Acrobatic Show: This is the entertainment that should not be missed by the young and old on a visit to Beijing. You can see breath-holding acrobatics, some of which can be so demanding in the balance skill as to be close to the impossible. This time you can see the bicycling show — ten cycling girls all ending up on a bicycle with their fans spread out like a peacock. There are also girls bending and folding their bodies to a position where the feet hold the face and the head and hands are still balancing some glasses. Other exciting acts are the martial arts (武术), balancing of bowls, rope walking, pole climbing, roller skating and plate swirling (转碟子), etc. Ticket Prices Two daily acrobatic shows from 5:15 pm to 7:15 pm. The detailed price is as follows (including 5-65 years old): Yellow Zone: (Mid Rows 14-23) RMB 120 Blue Zone: (Mid Rows 1-4) RMB 160 Green Zone: (Mid Rows 8-13) RMB 220 Red VIP Zone: (Mid Rows 5-7) RMB 400 Booking Book at beijing-travels.com or call 13801067568 Booking information: Your Name, Shows, Date, Time, Tickets, Telephone Number We will explain your enquiry or confirm booking within one working day. When your booking is confirmed, you will receive a confirmation letter by e-mail, which includes the detailed tickets with prices. Payment Please pay cash to our clerks (职员) when you get to the theater. Both RMB and US dollar are acceptable. 64. What can we learn about the acrobatic show? A. Only old people would like to watch it. B. It will include the bicycling show and a peacock. C. It will be performed by the best acrobatic group. D. It will last two days, from 5:15 pm to 7:15 pm each day. 65. If a couple with their 10-year-old child want to sit in Row 13, they should pay . A. 360 yuan B. 660 yuan C. 240 yuan D. 320 yuan 66. According to the text, we can infer that . A. clerks will give us confirmed information within one week B. we must call 13801067568 to book tickets C. a confirmation letter will be given to us by e-mail D. we should tell clerks our own detailed address 67. What is the text mainly about? A. How to book acrobatic show tickets. B. People in Beijing like acrobatic shows. C. The introduction of Chinese acrobatic shows. D. An advertisement for Beijing Acrobatic Show. D As is shown in a recent study, the way people sleep at night actually determines a lot about the type personality they have. Robert Phipps, a body language expert, has identified four sleeping positions that affect personality. Phipps found that worriers, those who stress the most, tend to sleep in the fetal(胎儿的) position. He found that this is by far the most common bedtime position, sleeping on their side with knees up and head down. The more we curl up(蜷曲), the more comfort we are seeking, according to Phipps. The second most common position is the log, indicating stubbornness(顽固). People sleep with a straight body, with arms at each side, as if they are standing guard at Buckingham Palace, and these people (the 28 percent who sleep this way) often wake up stiffer(更僵硬) than when they went to sleep.‖ The longer you sleep like this, the more rigid your thinking is and you can become inflexible, which means you make things harder for yourself,‖ according to Phipps. Yearner(向往型的) sleepers are next on the list. About 25 percent of people sleep in this style----on their backs with arms stretched out in front, looking as if they are either chasing a dream or perhaps being chased themselves. Yearners are typically their own worst critics, always expecting great results, explained Phipps. These

people often wake up refreshed and eager to face the challenges of the day ahead. Perhaps the most special sleep style is the freefaller position. This sleep style makes up 17 percent of the population. They sleep face down with arms stretched out. These people, according to Phipps, feel like they have little control over their life. Not only is this the strangest of sleep styles, it also the least comfortable, and people may wake up feeling tired and have no energy. In conclusion, Phipps has only one more thing to add: ―A good night’s sleep sets you up for the following day and our sleeping positions can determine how we feel when we wake.‖ 68. Which of the following pictures is the fetal position?

A. B. C. D. 69. The underlined word ―rigid‖ the third paragraph is closest in meaning to ―________‖. A. comfortable B. stubborn C. flexible D. strange 70. Which sleeping position indicates that the sleeper tends to seek perfection? A. The fetal position B. The log position C. The yearner position D. The freefaller position 71. What is the passage mainly about? A. Which sleeping position helps you sleep comfortably? B. A good night’s sleep sets you up for the following day. C. Your personality depends a lot on how you sleep at night. D. How you sleep at night affects what you do the next day. E Mcdonald’s, Android, Fanta, Yahoo … When you look at these brands’ logos, how do they make you feel? Logos are like companies’ faces. A team of psychologists recently found that our brains are good at remembering different logos, and we develop this ability from the age of 2. Young children tested in the study could identify logos and link them to the correct products about 67 percent of the time. ―Some logos are so powerful that they don’t need to spell out their names,‖ Alex Hillsberg of Financesonline.com told the Daily Mail. ―They transcend (跨越) cultural borders.‖ Intrigued (激起……的好奇心) by this finding, Hillsberg did his own study, trying to figure out what it is about logos that makes such strong impressions. He found that customers tend to judge products within 90 seconds of seeing them, and most of this judgment is based on one thing – color. It’s been known for years that different colors affect people’s emotions differently – scientists call this ―color psychology‖. And some of these effects are similar for most people. So Hillsberg studied many of the world’s most popular logos, focusing especially on their colors. Red, for example, tends to convey ―energy‖. Thus, it is associated with intensity (强烈) and feelings of passion. This is why it is used in the logo for the energy drink Red Bull. The blue Samsung logo brings feelings of trust and confidence because people associate blue with the ―depth and stability of the sky and sea‖, said Hillsberg. The big yellow letter ―M‖ of McDonald’s is associated with joy and energy, while Android’s and Starbucks’ greens were designed to communicate ―the harmony of nature‖. The purple used by Yahoo is usually linked with the ―luxury (奢华) of royalty (贵族)‖. And orange makes people feel creative, which is perfect for brands such as the Web browser Firefox and the drink Fanta. Brown logos make companies appear reliable, which is why the color is used by the chocolate brand M&Ms. People used to think that logo designers chose colors based largely on their own preference, but this study says otherwise. ―They are calculated,‖ said Hillsberg. ―Big businesses [choose logo colors] with one thing in mind: that you remember [their logos] in your sleep.‖ 72. Which of the following statements is TRUE according to the article?

A. Young children are better at identifying logos than adults are. B. Most people can tell logos apart in less than a minute. C. Logo designers often take cultural differences into consideration. D. Some logos are so effective that they immediately remind people of their brands. 73. Why does Alex Hillsberg focus on logos’ colors? A. He believes logo designers usually prefer certain colors. B. He thinks that logos’ colors have a big influence on customers’ judgments about brands. C. He thinks logos’ colors are the easiest thing for customers to remember about them. D. He discovered a new theory called ―color psychology‖ and thinks it’s a good place to start from. 74. The Samsung logo and M&Ms chocolate logo are successful because both ______. A. bring great joy and passion to customers B. give customers the impression of being nature-friendly C. make customers feel that their brands are trustworthy D. inspire customers to expand their creative thinking 75. What is the article mainly about? A. How to become a logo designer. B. What makes some logos so impressive. C. How our brain recognizes and remembers logos. D. The cultural influence of logos. 第一节:短文填词(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分) 阅读下面短文,根据以下提示:1)汉语提示,2)首字母提示,3)语境提示,在每个空格内填入一 个适当的英语单词,并将该词完整的写在答题卷相应的横线上。所填单词要求意义准确,拼写正确。 Now it is not allowed to set off firecrackers in big cities on festivals, which has brought about a 76 (热烈) discussion among people. Some people are against it, but I am 77 the idea. On the one hand, a great n 78 of people think setting off firecrackers is a traditional way to celebrate important festivals, e 79 the Spring Festival. It can show people's 80 (快乐), their feelings and the festive mood. And people can enjoy the beautiful scenery of fireworks. On the other hand, 81 we all know, setting off firecrackers may cause a lot of trouble. It may bring big fires and air pollution. And it will do harm 82 people's eyes and hearing 83 firecrackers are not set off correctly, they can injure or disable people or even cause death, 84 will bring great sorrow to the family. From these we can see there are more disadvantages, so I 85 (赞同) of not setting off firecrackers, and we should seek other ways to show our happiness. 76. ____________ 77. _____________ 78._____________ 79.___________ 80._______________ 81. ____________ 82. _____________ 83._____________ 84.___________ 85._______________ 第二节 书面表达(满分 25 分) 你的网友 Mike 由于长期上网,出现了视力下降,病态肥胖等多种健康问题,并染 上了一些疾病,住进了医院,现在请你以李明的身份给他写一封信,希望他早日康复,并给他一些保 健的建议。 注意:1. 语言通顺、连贯: 2. 词数不少于 120,开头和结尾已经给出,不计入总词数: 3. 不得使用真实姓名和学校名称。 参考词汇:病态肥胖—obesity

Dear Mike , I’m very sorry to hear that_____________________________________________________


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单选:21-35 CBBDC CCCDC BCCAA 完形:36-55 CABDC BABCD DACBD DABCA 阅读:56-75 BADC CDCB DBCD DBCD DBCB 短文填词:76.heated 77. for 78. number 79. especially 80. happiness 81 as 82 to 83 If 84 which 85 approve 书面表达: Dear Mike ,

I’m very sorry to hear that you are in hospital with eyesight decreasing and obesity and some other diseases. I hope that you will recover soon. You said that your illness was caused by surfing the Internet too much. That ’s true . Some of my friends , who often do such things ,are beginning to feel bad too. They say that they can ’t see now as clearly as before. And my teachers often tell us that it ’ s bad for us to stay late surfing the Internet every day. Therefore , I think that we should spend less time on the Internet from now on. Instead , we should work out to keep healthy , because nothing is more important than health. Only when we are healthy ,can we study better. Follow the doctor ’s advice and don’t worry , and you will be well soon. Best Wishes ! Yours, Li Ming

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