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高一英语上学期期中卷瑞安中学2014-2015学年高一上学期期中考试英语试题含答案试卷13

瑞安中学 2014 学年第一学期高一期中考试 英语试卷

本试卷分第 I 卷(选择题)和第 II 卷(非选择题)两部分,共 100 分。考试时间 90 分钟。

第 I 卷要求将所有答案涂到答题卡上,第 II 卷要求将答案写到答题卷上,写在试卷上无效。

第 I 卷 (选择题 共 63 分)

第一部分:听力: 12% (共 12 小题,每小题 1 分,满分 12 分)

第一节(共 5 小题,每小题 1 分,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 does the woman think of the coffee?

A. It’s a bit expensive. B. It’s delicious and cheap. C. It’s pretty bad for local business.

2. What happened to the woman?

A. Someone knocked her down.

B. Her friend went to the hospital for an operation.

C. Her wallet was stolen.

3. What are the speakers doing?

A. Having a dinner.

B. Buying some fruit.

C. Enjoying a holiday.

4. What will the woman probably do next?

A. Write something down. B. Call her sister.

C. Give Mr. Peterson a message.

5. Where does the conversation probably take place?

A. Next to a gas station.

B. On the side of the road. C. In a car.

第二节(共 7 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 7 分) 听下面 3 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。
听下面一段材料,回答第 6 至 7 题。 6. What is the most important thing to the woman about teaching?

A. Working with many different people.

B. Having long vacations.

C. Staying with young people.

7. How does the woman feel about teaching?

A. It’s boring.

B. It’s rewarding(有回报的).

听第 7 段材料,回答第 8、9 题。

C. It’s always tiring.

8. What is wrong with the girl?

A. She has a headache and a pain in her throat.

B. She has a cough and a fever.

C. Her stomach hurts.

9. What will the man do next?

A. Take her to see the doctor.B. Give her some medicine. C. Bring her something to drink.

听第 8 段材料,回答第 10 至 12 题。

10. Why was the man upset last week?

A. He was fired(解雇)from his job.

B. The woman lied to him about something.

C. Tammy changed his job.

11. What does the man say about Mr. Ainsworth?

A. He is telling a lie.

B. He is Tammy’s boyfriend. C. He is on Tammy’s side.

12. What does the woman suggest that the man do at first?

A. Look for another job.

B. Talk to their boss.

C. Talk to Mr. Ainsworth again.

第二部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分 25 分) 第一节:单项选择 (共 20 小题,每题 0.5 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。

13. _______ number of people invited was fifty, but _______ number of them were not happy to

attend the meeting.

A. A; a

B. The; \

C. The; a

D. A; \

14. I am amazed to hear from my school teacher again. _______, it is ten years since we met.

A. In a word

B. What’s more

C. That’s to say D. Believe it or not

15. To be honest, I would agree with her, though not _______.

A. widely

B. frequently

C. entirely

D. gradually

16. While crossing the road, an old man was knocked down by a car and badly _______.

A. damaged

B. wounded

C. injured

D. harmed

17. Don’t mention that at the beginning of the story, or it may _______ the shocking end.

A. give away

B. give out

C. give up

D. give in

18. His father told me that he ______ for the United States three days ______.

A. has left; before

B. had left; ago

C. left; ago

D. had left; before

19. -- Why have you bought so much food?

-- My good friends _______ to stay with me for the weekend.

A. come

B. were coming

C. are coming D. had come

20. Fitness is important in sport, but skills are of at least(至少) ______ importance.

A. fair

B. reasonable

C. equal

D.reliable

21. Jack wasn’t saying anything, but the teacher smiled at him ___ he had done something clever.

A. as if

B. even if

C. while

D. though

22. How could you such a fantastic job when you have been out of job for months?

A. turn to

B. turn on

C. turn off

D. turn down

23. The exact year

Angela and her family spent together in China was 2008.

A. when

B. where

C. why

D. which

24. Students should involve themselves in community activities they can gain experience.

A. who

B. when

C. which

D. where

25. Only when you can find peace in your heart

good relationship with others.

A. will you keep

B. you will keep

C. you kept

D. did you keep

26. It's doing the things you like

makes life happy.

A. which

B. that

C. so

27. Anyway, I can’t cheat him-it’s against all my________.

D. and

A. concerns

B. principles

C. purposes

D. signs

28. Mr. Richard would not come for supper because he was

in the research of bird

language.

A. shocked

B. cared

C. buried

D. spared

29. Tom insisted that the boy _______ seriously ill and that the boy _______ to the hospital at

once.

A. be; should be sent B. be; was sent

C. was; be sent

D. was; was sent

30. I know you are very _______ ice cream, but you will be too fat if you eat too much.

A. tired of

B. fond of

C. full of

D. afraid of

31. We were very excited to watch the national flag

in the blue sky.

A. risen

B. raise

C. to raise

D. rising

32. -- How about dinner tonight? It's on me.

--

.

A. You're welcome

B. I'd like to.

C. Well, I'm afraid so.

D. That's all right.

第二节:完形填空(共 15 小题,每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从 33-47 各题所给的四个选项中选出最佳选项,并在答题 卡上将该项涂黑。

I was walking down the road one day when my cell phone rang. A strange 33 on the other end spoke to me, “Dad, please come back soon. I miss you so much!” I judged that it was a

34 number. A little while later, the call came once again, so I rudely answered, “You’ve dialed the wrong number!” and then 35 .

During the following days, I got the same call now and then. But I didn’t care much about it.

Then one day she constantly called me 36 I didn't answer. Finally I answered the phone

and heard a weak voice, “Dad, please come back. I miss you so much! Dad, I’m 37 so much

pain! Mom said you were too busy to take care of me. But, dad, please 38 me again, OK?” The innocent(天真的) 39 was difficult to refuse. I made a 40 kiss on the phone and heard the weak voice say, “Thank you...Dad, I am so…happy, so…happy…”

Shortly after this, I became 41 about who had been on the other end of my phone. So I

called back, and a woman answered, “Sorry, sir. I am really sorry to have 42 you. My

daughter has suffered from bone cancer 43 she was born. And her father… died in an accident a short while ago. I dare not tell her this sad news. Poor baby.When she couldn’t bear (忍受) the painful chemotherapy (化疗), she would cry for her dad, who had always 44 her.

I really couldn't bear it, so I gave her my phone …”

“How is your daughter now?” I couldn’t 45 to ask.

“She’s 46 . You must have kissed her on the phone, because she passed away with a

smile, tightly holding the cell phone…”

47 filled my eyes and I was so sad to hear that.

33. A. sound

B. noise

C. voice

D. shout

34. A. bad

B. different

C. unlucky

D. wrong

35. A. hung off

B. turned off

C. got off

D. took off

36. A. as if

B. so that

C. If

D. even though

37. A. of

B. on

C. in

D. at

38.A. support

B. kiss

C. treat

D. encourage

39. A. condition

B. suggestion

C. request

D. news

40. A. soft

B. sweet

C. low

D. loud

41. A. surprised

B. curious

C. interested

D. shocked

42. A. bothered

B. warned

C. told

D. reached

43 . A. when

B. since

C. as

D. after

44. A. encouraged

B. supported

C. satisfied

D. praised

45. A. help

B. wait

C. expect

D. want

46. A. survived

B. passed

C. gone

D. lost

47. A. Tears

B. Cries

C. Anger

D. Disappointment

第三部分:阅读理解(共 13 小題;每小题 2 分,满分 26 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

A My husband is reading The Secret Garden (《秘密花园》)aloud to our kids. They are at the

part where Mary has told Colin that she’s found the garden her mother loved. It’s an exciting

moment. But the passage I’m waiting for is a few chapters(章节)on, after Colin has tasted his

first breaths of fresh air and Mary has grown strong running in the garden. It’s just a detail, but my kids will notice it: a delicious description of toasted(烤)potatoes and eggs.

We have a tradition of trying foods from the books we read aloud. It started when we read Elizabeth Enright’s The Saturdays, and one of the boys asked, “What are petit fours(花色小蛋 糕)?” An answer, my husband and I felt, wouldn’t be as good as a sample. So one Saturday we all

sat down having tea and little cakes, covered with pink, green, and yellow. It was exciting for the kids to try a dessert(甜点)they had learned about in a book. The petit fours they tried didn’t tell

them what it was like to live in New York City 60 years ago, but tasting them made the book’s

words alive.

Later, when we read C.S.Lewis’s The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, we had Turkish delight. We read The Penderwicks, written by Jeanne Birdsall, and had gingerbread(姜饼).We read Paddington Bear and tried marmalade(橘子果酱).

Soon we will reach the part of The Secret Garden where Mary, Colin, and Dickon roast potatoes and eggs in a small oven(炉) in the earth. My kids will go out into the woods to find the

perfect place for an oven of our own. Yes, we’ve eaten potatoes and eggs, but never in the open

air.

The world that a good book creates is whole and real, but it lies flat on the page until a reader

gives life to it.

48. The text is written mainly to _____. A. show the importance of reading aloud B. discuss food culture in children’s books C. provide a new means of family education D. introduce some interesting books
49. The author believes tasting foods from the books may help children _____. A. understand the books better B. enjoy more healthy food C. be friendlier to each other D. know more about history
50. The underlined words “Turkish delight” in Paragraph 3 probably refer to _____.

A. a great time

B. something delicious

C. a trip to Turkey

D. more stories

51. Which of the following could be the best title of the passage?

A. The taste of a good book

B. The best way to make kids learn

C. Eating means more than reading

D. Our toasted potatoes and eggs

B If you're ever apart from your children, a new study says just talking on the phone will help

just as much as a hug (拥抱).

If you're a parent who spends long hours on the job, you probably feel sorry for spending so

much time away from your kids. But the results of a new study show that a mother's voice alone

can be just as comforting to an anxious (焦虑的) child as physical contact (接触).

In an experiment, researchers from the University of Wisconsin-Madison asked a group of

girls between the age of 7 and 12 to solve math problems in front of judges --- a stressful (充满压力了)

situation for anyone. Before the girls were set to solve math problems, the researchers measured their levels of two hormones (荷尔蒙): cortisol, which goes up during stressful periods, and

oxytocin, the "love" hormone.

After they were finished, some of the girls got to meet up with their mothers right away. The

mums came in and hugged the girls. Another group of the girls didn't see their mothers, but

received

phone calls from them, in which their mothers told them how well they'd done. The final group

had no contact with their mothers, but watched an animal movie, March of the Penguins instead.

Finally, the girls' hormone levels were measured again. Although the movie was interesting, it did nothing to ease (缓解) the children's anxiety (焦虑) ---- but, surprisingly, both the physical

contact and phone calls from their mothers had the same effect on easing the girls' stress levels.

So, no matter how old you are, if you're feeling stressed about something in your life, a

phone

call to Mom might be just the key to help you feel better.

52. The first two paragraphs suggest that ____.

A. a mother's voice can comfort her anxious kid

B. the results of the study can't be accepted by mothers

C. parents are too busy to talk with their kids

D. mothers should spend enough time staying with their kids

53. Which of the following is the right order in which the study was carried out?

a. The girls' levels of hormones were measured again.

b. The girls solved math problems.

c. The girls' levels of hormones were measured.

d. The girls were divided into three groups.

A. b-c-d-a

B. d-b-c-a

C. c-b-d-a D. d-c-b-a

54. We can learn from the third paragraph that cortisol ____.

A. is good for our health

B. can change into oxytocin

C. may go down when the situation becomes comfortable

D. is one kind of hormones mainly found in girls

55. According to the passage, we can infer that ____.

A. it is easy for girls to solve math problems

B. the girls who had watched the movie remained anxious

C. mothers should hug their kids as often as possible

D. older girls have higher cortisol than younger ones.

56. What is the author's attitude towards the study?

A. Supportive. B. Doubtful. C. Uncertain. D. Worried.

C

When Julio Diaz stepped off the subway after work one night, he was simply planning to go to

his favorite local diner for a meal. But when a teenage boy approached(靠近)him with a knife,

Diaz knew the evening was about to take a more dramatic(巨大而突然的) turn.

The young man demanded Diaz’s wallet, and Diaz passed it over without objection(异议). But

just as he turned to walk away, Diaz called, “Hey, wait a minute. You forgot something.”

The young man turned around, surprised.

“If you’re going to rob people for the rest of the night, you might as well take my coat to keep

warm.”

The teenager looked at Diaz in disbelief, and asked why he would do such a thing. Diaz

replied, “If you’re willing to risk your freedom for a few dollars, I guess you must really need the

money.” He said he was heading out for dinner, and that he would be happy to take someone with

him.

The young man decided to take Diaz up on his offer. As they were sitting at the table, the

manager, dishwashers and waiters all stopped over to say hello to Diaz, and the young man was

amazed at his popularity.

“Haven’t you been taught that you should be nice to everybody?” Diaz asked him.

“Yeah, but I didn’t think people actually behaved that way,” the teenager replied. Thanks to

Diaz, he was beginning to see that kindness wasn’t so strange, after all.

When the bill came, Diaz told the teen that he’d have to get the check. After all, he still had

Diaz’s wallet.

But the teenager put the wallet on the table without a moment’s thought, and Diaz treated him

to dinner. Diaz also gave the would-be robber a $20 bill — in exchange for his knife. “I figure,

you know, if you treat people right, you can only hope that they treat you right,” Diaz said.

57. When a teenage boy approached him with a knife, Diaz was on his way ________.

A. to the subway station.

B. to his workplace.

C. to have a meal.

D. to see a drama.

58. The young man felt surprised when Diaz ________.

A. stepped off the subway platform

B. passed the wallet over without objection

C. called him to wait for a moment

D. invited him to have dinner together

59. The underlined part “take Diaz up on” can be replaced (代替) by “________”.

A. follow

B. understand

C. check D. accept

60. The teenager gave the wallet back to Diaz maybe because _________.

A. Diaz was so popular with people in the restaurant

B. he began to realize people should be nice to others

C. Diaz had to pay for the meal they had together

D. he had been given a $20 bill to take with him

第 II 卷 (共 37 分) 第四部分:写作(共 3 节,满分 37 分) 第一节:单词(61-64 小题每题 0.5 分,65-72 小题每题 1 分,共 10 分) 写出下列单词划线部分音标

61. apartment[ ] 62. block [ ] 63.grateful [ ] 64. judge [ ] 单词拼写 65. It took a long time for him to r_____________ from a bad cold.

66. After the earthquake, we need more s_____________ for the homeless survivors.

67. The e______________ on her face suggested that she was unhappy.

68. Tom’s house was d______________ in a big fire, so he had to save money to build a new one.

69. Keep going s____________ for three blocks and you’ll find the post office on your right.

70. We should take a positive a

towards the difficulties we meet in life.

71. You can’t e

being punished if you break traffic rules.

72. In my o_______________, it’s wrong to lie to our parents. 第二节: 语法填空 (每小题 1 分, 满分 10 分)
阅读下面短文,按照句子结构的语法性和上下文连贯的要求, 在空格处填入适当的词(不 多于 3 个单词)或使用括号中单词的正确形式, 并将答案填写在答题卡标号为 73-82 的相应位 置上.
Friendship is one of the most important things in everyone’s life. 73 is very difficult to find a better definition(定义) of friendship. A true friend is the person 74 can share all our sadness and double all our 75 ( happy) . In time of trial(尝试) , he or she is always at our

side to give us his or her help and comfort.

Knowing how valuable friendship is, we should be very careful with our 76 (choose) of a friend. We should choose those people with a good character (品德) 77 our friends, but we must try to avoid (避免) making friends with a bad man. Besides, we should forgive their

mistakes and try to help them as much as possible.

A true friend can always 78 (trust), loved and respected. If you tell a friend your secrets, he or she won’t tell 79 . Friends share their joys and sorrows. They help each other when they are 80 trouble, and cheer each other up when they are sad. 81 most important thing is that a friend always understands you. In conclusion, 82 you have made a good friend, don’t forget him or her. 73. _____________ 74. _____________ 75. __________76. _____________ 77. _________
78. _____________ 79. _____________ 80. __________ 81. _____________ 82. _________

第三节:句子翻译 (前两句每空格 0.5 分,后四句每句 3 分,共 17 分) 83.他开始抱怨起这个邪恶的世界来,却被一阵敲门声打断了。

He started to

the wicked world but was interrupted by a

the

door.

84. 他们曾向我提供一大笔钱让我搬走,但是我决定留在这儿。

I have

a large

of money to go away, but I

stay here.

85.我住在屋顶是棕色的房子里。(定语从句)

86. 过去的十年见证了我家乡的巨大变化。(see) ___________________________________________________________________________ 87. 有那么一段时间我特别厌烦去上学。(when) _________________________________________________________________________ 88. 自从我大学毕业,我一直梦想做一名律师。 (ever since)

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Listening material Text 1 M: What do you think of this coffee? W: It’s delicious. And I do think it’s important to support local business. I’m just not sure if it is worth the price. Text 2 W: Whoa, watch out! You almost knocked me down, you jerk! M: Oh, I’m so sorry! I have to get to the hospital. My friend is having an operation. My apologies again! W: Well, I suppose that’s… wait a minute… my wallet! It’s gone! Hey, come back here, you thief! Text 3 M: This is the best mango I’ve ever eaten! And this weather is perfect. W: I know! Doesn’t it seem like everything is better when you’re on vacation? M: You said it! Hey, I want to get a picture of us next to this fruit stand. Text 4 M: May I speak to Veronica Maslow, please? W: She’s not here right now. This is her sister speaking. Could I take a message?
W: Hold on one second, Mr. Peterson. Let me just get a pen. Text 5 M: Argh! I hate maps. They are so hard to read with all the tiny roads and numbers everywhere. I give up. I’m just going to try to find a gas station and ask for directions. W: Why don’t you let me take a look at it? Oh, I see, we are here, and we just need to keep driving straight for a couple of miles. The 880 freeway is just up ahead. M: Oh, great! Let’s get back in the car and get going! Text 6

M: What is the best part about being a teacher, Maggie? W: I like young people, but I suppose what I like most about teaching is that it gives me an opportunity to work with many different people. M: What do you mean? W: It’s not just students who come through my door, but also parents, other teachers, and administrators at my school. Sometimes we get researchers, people from the school district, and government officials in here as well. M: Wow, I had no idea that teaching would involve talking to so many different people. It must be tiring. W: It is sometimes, but it’s worth it. Seeing my students make progress would be enough of a reward for me, but the fact that I meet and learn from so many other interesting adults is just the icing on the cake! Text 7 W: I don’t feel well, Daddy. M: OK, honey, let me take a look at you… hmm, you look a little pale. Do you have a cough or a headache? W: Um, I don’t have a cough, but my throat hurts and so does my head. M: I think you might have a cold, sweetie. I’m just going to take your temperature… Well, you don’t have a fever. That’s good. W: Do I need to see the doctor? I hate going to the doctor. M: No, I don’t think so. You just need to stay in bed and drink plenty of water. I’m going to go downstairs and get you something to drink and maybe some soup. How does that sound? W: That sounds fine. M: Just lie down and relax, sweetie. I’ll be right back. Text 8 M: Hey, Chloe! How are you? W: Uh, hey, Jordan. I’m a little surprised you’re even talking to me. You seemed pretty mad at me last week. M: I know, I’m sorry about that. I was just in a bad mood. I got fired from my job that day for something that I didn’t even do. W: Oh, no, I’m sorry to hear that. What happened? M: I missed a shift, but I wasn’t even supposed to work that day. Tammy, the woman who does the schedules, forgot to tell me that she had changed the schedule last week. I tried to tell my manager about it, but after Mr. Ainsworth talked to Tammy, he took her side and fired me on the spot. W: That’s ridiculous! You should complain to your boss. M: Well, there isn’t much I can do about it. It’s basically my word against Tammy’s, and she has been there a lot longer than I have. Plus, I think Mr. Ainsworth would do pretty much anything she asked him to do. W: Do you mean that they are a couple? M: No, but they graduated from the same university and they’re from the same city. W: Well, it sounds like you are better off without that job.