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高二英语暑假作业(三)
第一部分:听力(共两节,满分 20 分) 第二部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分 35 分) 第一节 单项选择(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 请认真阅读下面各题,从题中所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡 上将该项涂黑。 21.Under the Dome,___103-minute documentary released by Chai Jing,has shocked __public,leaving them aware of the gravity of pollution. A. a;a B. the;the C. a; the D. the ; 不填 22. Are there any difficulties that have _________ from the change of the plan? A. raised B. rose C. found D. arisen 23. Some friends persuaded me to apply to a combined M.D/Ph.D program ________ I could work in areas that wouldn’t be as open to me with only a Ph.D. A. even if B. in that C. as if D. so that 24.. Liu opened her mouth as if _______ something to Calaf, hut gave up seeing his passionate eyes locked on Turandot. A. saying B. wanted to say C. to say D. to be saying 25. When I try to understand ________ that prevents so many children from being happy, there seem to be three causes. A. why it is B. what it does C. what it is D. why it does 26. Square dancing ________ to help maintain fitness has caused conflicts between the Damas and the neighboring residents. A. claimed B. claiming C. having claimed D. to claim 27. The news spread quickly through the village ________ the war had ended, ________ made villagers wild with joy. A. which; that B. that; what C. what;which D. that; which 28. Time _________, we will go shopping in the supermarket. A. permitted B. permits C. permitting D. having been permitted 29.Not until ________ her dark glasses ___________ she was a famous film star. A. did she ta ke off, I realized B. she took off, did I realize C. did she take off, did I realize D. she took off, I realized 30.In some places women are expected to earn money ______ men work at home and raise t heir children. A. but B. while C. because D. though 31. ---We've cross-checked the data collected from the Internet. ---Good. Anyway, _______. A. you can't be so careless B. you are careful enough C. you can't be careful enough D. you are never careless enough 32 . With five hungry children seated round the table, the food disappeared_____________. A. on time B. in time C. at no time D. in no time

33.Whatever is left over may be put into the refrigerator, ______ it will keep for two or three weeks. A. when B. which C. where D. while 34. —What a pity! Their experiment is a failure. —They ________ better under more favorable conditions. A. should have done B. must have done C.could have done D. may have done 35. — You shouldn’t have told everybody my secret. — Wait a minute! I didn’t tell anyone... I swear! — Oh, ________! Y ou big mouth! A. I mean it B.I don’t buy it C. You don’t forget it D. You got it 第二节 完形填空(共 20 小题;每题 1 分,满分 20 分) 阅读下面短文,从短文后所给各题的四个选项 A、B、C、D 中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳 选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 Whatever misfortune you face, just hold up your head and face it with a smile! I got to know this from a musical soul. The other day I was feeling quite 36 , having just been laid off from my job. With so many 37 to pay, I was wondering what was going to happen to my family. I got off the bus when I heard piano music and singing rising above the noise of the 38 . I walked a bit more slowly, trying to find out where it was coming from. Through the 39 I saw a young lady sitting at a piano with a box next to her. She was singing songs about love and her sweet voice 40 me a lot. Then I stood there watching her playing, thinking that it must take 41 to perform on her own in front of hundreds of people she didn't know. She might have felt my 42 for she occasionally looked in my direction. By now I was telling myself that I could at least tell her how good she sounded. I walked 43 and put some money in her box and she expressed her thanks with a smile on her face. I asked her 44 , "Why are you playing the piano in the middle of this crowded place?" She explained to me that she saw so many 45 people in the world that she was trying to __46__ the pain by sharing motivational(激励的) music. Instead of continuing my way home, I said to her, "I have been going through a 47 time lately, but you've made me 48 again." "I'm happy that I could be 49 to you," she replied. "Why are you so sad?" I told her my story and said, "I'm not so 50 about what to do?." "You see, here's the 51 ," she responded. "When you were walking, your head was down." She looked me in the eyes and went on, "Don't look defeated, because 52 comes in different ways and if your head is down you might never see it. You should 53 more ?lift your head up." I was really 54 by what she said! I did hold my head up and soon got through

the difficult time. So 55 in trouble, just face it bravely and you are sure to overcome your difficulty sooner or later.

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C. breathless C. fines C. instrument C. buildings C. comforted C. patience C.mood C. off C. quietly C. unconscious C. relieve C. easy C. energetic C. superior C. particular C. conflict C.opportunity C. smile C. occupied C. whoever

D. awful D. prices D. background D. crowd D. amused D. technique D. appreciation D. over D. se riously D. unhealthy D. reduce D. crazy D.hopeful D. helpful D. anxious D. condition D. success D. fight D. satisfied D. whenever

第三部分:阅读理解(共 15 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 30 分) 请认真阅读下列短文,从短文后各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在 答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A “Waller knows the secret of Romance Novels. He writes the way people feel and think when they are first in love --- as if every emotion had the force of God’s creation, as if such shivers had never been experienced before.” ----TIME “Vividly romantic? Waller is an amazing storyteller.” It’s remarkable when a first novel does well, but what was more remarkable about THE BRIDGES OF MADISION

COUNTY was how passionately people responded to it. Everywhere, the story was the same. People would buy the book and be back the next day saying they’d stayed up all night reading and sobbing and becoming enraptured by a story so wonderful they wanted to buy more copies to give to their friends? Robert Waller’s BRIDGES has the nation believing in romance. ----- WASHINGTON POST If you’ve ever experienced the one true love of your life, a love that for some reason could never be, you will understand why readers all over the world were so moved by this small, unknown first novel that they made it a No.1 bestseller. The story of Robert Kincaid, the photographer and free spirit searching for the covered bridges of Madison County, and Francesca Johnson, the farm wife waiting for the fulfillment of a girlhood dream, BRIDGES gives voice to the longings of men and women everywhere, and shows us what it is to love and be loved so intensely that life is never the same again. ---- NEW YORK TIMES 56. The above book reviews talk about the novel titled _______, which was written by ________. A. Bridges, Robert Kincaid B. Madison County, Robert Waller C. Romance Novels, Robert Kincaid D. The Bridges of the Madison County, Robert Waller 57. The underlined word “enraptured” in the second paragraph most probably means _________. A. desperate B. thrilled C. enjoyable D. sad 58. Which of the following statement is not true? A. This novel is a No.1 bestseller. B. The theme of the novel is about first love. C. It is the writer’s first novel and it is a great success. D. The novel is emotional and it touches the readers’ hearts. B As we drove along, my spirits went up again, and I turned, with pleasure, to the thought of the new life which I was entering. But though it was not far past the middle of September, the heavy clouds and strong north-easterly wind combined to make the day extremely cold; and the journey seemed a very long one, so that it was nearly one o’clock before we reached the place of our destination. Yet when we entered the gateway, my heart failed me, and I wished it were a mile or two farther off. For the first time in my life I must stand alone: there was no ret reating now. I must enter that house, and introduce myself among its strange people. But how was it to be done? True, I was near nineteen; but, thanks to the protecting care of my mother and sister, I well knew that many a girl of fifteen, or under, was gifted with a more womanly address, and greater ease and self-possession, than I was. Yet, anyway, I would do very well, after all; and the children, of course, I should soon be at ease with them. “Be calm, be calm, whatever happens,” I said within myself; and truly I was so fully absorbed in steadying my nerves and keeping down the rebellious beat of my

heart that when I was admitted into the hall and into the presence of Mrs. Bloomfield, I almost forgot to answer her polite greeting; and it afterwards struck me that the little I did say was spoken in the tone of one half-dead or half-asleep. With due politeness, however, she showed me my bedroom, and left me there to take a little refreshment for a little while and led me into the dining-room. Some beefsteaks and potatoes were set before me; and while I dined upon these, she sat opposite, watching me (as I thought) and tryi ng to keep something like a conversation— consisting chiefly of commonplace remarks. In fact, my attention was almost wholly absorbed in my dinner: not from appetite, but from the toughness of the beefsteaks, and the numbness of my hands. “I have had so little time to attend to their education myself, but I think they are clever children, and very willing to learn, especially the little boy; he is, I think, the flower of the flock— a generous, noble-spirited boy, one to be led, but not driven, and remarkable for always speaking the truth.” “His sister Mary Ann will require watching,” continued she, “but she is a very good girl on the whole, though I wish her to be kept out of the nursery as much as possible, as she is now almost six years old, and might acquire bad habits from the nurses. I have ordered her bed to be placed in your room, and if you will be so kind as to look after her washing and dressing, and take charge of her clothes, she needs to have nothing further to do with the nursery maid.” I replied I was quite willing to do so; and at that moment the children entered the room. Tom Bloomfield was a well-grown boy of seven. Mary was a tall girl, for her age of six, somewhat dark like her mother. The second sister was Fanny, a very pretty little girl, looking little younger than Mary. The remaining one was Harriet, a little broad, fat, merry, playful thing of scarcely two, whom I had more desire for than all the rest — but with her I had nothing to do. 59. Which of the following statements best describes how the writer felt when she entered Mrs. Bloomfield’s home? A. She was nervous, dissatisfied with her manners but still confident. B. She was frightened, nervous and regretful about her decision. C. She was calm, confident and very happy with all the family. D. She was cold, hungry but eager to see all the children in the family. 60. What job w ould the writer take in Mrs Bloomfield’s home? A. A home cook. B. A nursery maid. C. A family teacher. D. A house cleaner. 61. Which of the following was TRUE according to the passage? A. All the children were well educated before the writer came to the family. B.The writer had some difficulty with her lunch because of the tough food and the cold. C. The delicious food took the writer's attention away from Mrs. Bloomfield’s words. D. All the children in the family were looked after by Mrs Bloomfield herself. 62. From the passage, we can infer that _______. A. Tom Bloomfield would be the cleverest of all the children B. The youngest girl Harriet would be the writer’s favorite student C. Mrs Bloomfield would treat the writer kindly and help her a lot

D. the writer would take on more responsibilities than she should C Queen Elizabeth Ⅱ is not only the queen of the United Kingdom, but she is also the queen of other 16 countries, including Australia, N ew Zealand, Canada and Jamaica. Her face is seen on stamps and coins all around the world. Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor was born in London on April 21st, 1926. Her parents were George, the Duke of York, and Elizabeth, the daughter of the Earl and Countess of Strathmore. As a child, Princess Elizabeth lived with her parents and younger sister in London and Windsor. Every summer, she travelled to Scotland to visit her mother's parents. She was interested in all sorts of sports, but her favourites were horseriding and swimming. She was also fond of acting, art and music. As Princess Elizabeth grew older, she started to play a part in British public life. When she was 14, she broadcast a radio message to all the children of Britain and the Commonwealth(共和国). Two years later, she carried out her first public engagement, and started to go on official tours shortly after that. After a tour to South Africa in 1947, she married Philip Mountabtten. The couple had four children: Prince Charles, born in 1948, Princess Anne, born in 1950, Prince Andrew, born in 1960 and Prince Edward, born in 1964. After her father died, Princess Elizabeth became Queen Elizabeth Ⅱ in a ceremony held in London in 1953. As a queen, she has many duties, and leads a very busy life. She travels throughout the world, meeting the leaders of other countries, and attends a large number of official functions. She also holds a meeting every week with the British Prime Minister. Every year, on Christmas Day, she broadcasts a message to the people of Britain and the Commonwealth, talking about her hopes for the future. Queen Elizabeth has been on the throne for more than 40 years and has become one of the most famous women in the world. Lots of people in Britain believe that she tries hard to understand her people and be a good queen. More than her title, this quality has earned her much love and respect. 63.Queen Elizabeth Ⅱ________. A.is the queen of 17 different countries B.is the queen of Australia and the U.S.A. C.is the queen of 16 different countries D.is the only queen of the United Kingdom 64.As she grew older, Princess Elizabeth ________. A.stopped playing a part in British public life B.broadcast several radio messages C.started to take part in British public life D.went on many tours to South Africa 65.The Princes married ________. A.in 1948 B.after a tour to South Africa C.after she became a queen D.before she became a queen 66.Today, Queen Elizabeth ________. A.does not lead a very busy life

B.holds a meeting every fortnight with the British Prime Minister C.rarely leaves the U.K. D.is always busy carrying out her royal duties D Of the many influences on human behavior, social influences are the most widespread. The main influence on people is people. When we hear the words social influence, most of us think of deliberate attempts of someone to persuade us to change our actions or opinions. The TV ad comes to mind. But many of the most important forms of social influence are unintentional, and some of the effects we humans have on one another occur as a result of the simple fact that we are in each other’s physical presence. In 1898 a psychologist named Triplett made an interesting observation. In looking over speed records of bicycle racers, he noticed that better speed records were obtained when cyclists raced against each other than when they raced against the clock. This observation led Triplett to perform the first controlled laboratory experiment ever conducted in social psychology. He instructed children to turn a wheel as fast as possible for a certain period of time. Sometimes two children worked at the same time in the same room, each with his own wheel; at other times, they worked alone. The results confirmed his theory: Children worked faster in coaction, that is, when another child doing the same thing was present, than when they worked alone. Soon after Triplett’s experiment on coaction, it was discovered that the mere presence of a passive audience rather than a coactor was enough to help performance. This was discovered accidentally in an experiment on muscular (肌肉的) effort and tiredness by Meumann in 1904, who found that subjects lifted a weight faster and farther whenever the psychologist was in the room. Later experiments have confirmed this audience effect. It appears that coaction and audience effects in humans are caused by the person’s concerns about competition and the evaluation of performance that others will make. We learn as we grow up that others praise or criticize, reward or punish our performances, and this raises our drive level when we perform before others. Thus, even the early studies of coaction found that if all elements (要素) of competition are removed, coaction effects are greatly reduced. Similarly, audience effects a re a function of the subject’s interpretation of how much he is being evaluated. 67. Why does the writer mention “the TV ad” in Paragraph 1? A. To explain the importance. B. To give an example. C. To start a new topic. D. To make a comparison. 68. According to the passage, Triplett’s experiment of 1898 _____. A.showed children turned a wheel faster with audience around B. challenged his idea of coaction effect C. supported his idea of coaction effect D. proved cyclists race harder against each other than against the clock

69. According to the writer, which of the follo wing would be an example of coaction effect? A. Players work harder when they exercise together than when they each exercise alone. B. Joe works more slowly when he is together with friends than when he is alone. C.A woman works harder when the boss is in the room than when she is alone. D. Bob’s two children finish their homework faster when he is watching than when he is not. 70. Which is the best title for the passage? A. Social Influence B. Coaction Makes You Slow Down C. An Interesting Observation D. Effect of Audience Presence 第二卷(非选择题,共 35 分) 第四部分: 任务型阅读 (共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 请认真阅读下列短文, 并根据所读内容在文章后表格中的空格里填入最恰当的单词。 注 意:每个空格只填 1 个单词。请将答案写在答题纸上相应题号的横线上。 Have you ever wondered why some people seem to be so successful in life? Everything flows just right for them, the great job, great salary, perfect love, and ideal life. One reason for success is the ability to make correct choices and decisions that lead to positive outcomes. It's based on power of understanding things immediately, without the need for conscious reasoning or study. This ability is intuition (直 觉) and highly successful people enjoy a higher degree of intuition than the average person. Successful people combine all they have learned together with what they sense with their intuition. Everybody is intuitive, but not everybody trust their intuition when it comes to making decisions. Most people don't even believe they have intuition, so, it doesn't even cross their minds to use it for problem solving. Even today, there are those who are afraid of their clairvoyant (有透视力的) abilities. They have many misconceptions about it, thinking it’s taboo. Others believe they have it, have had experiences with it, but never knew it could be a valuable tool for problem solving. Intuition is actually a skill that can be developed and applied effectively for improving all areas of life. It is not a “gift” that only a few have. In fact, everyone has some degree of intuition. Your intuition has probably been a guiding force for you all of your life by having provided you with information that help you reach positive outcomes. This type of information tends to come from hunches, inspirational thoughts, dreams, or visions. It can, coincidentally, come from others, or from your inner voice. Often, it’s a very strong feeling deep in the pit (凹 处) of your stomach, or your heart. No matter how the information comes to you, when applied, the outcome is usually positive. Intuition is like reading. It’s a skill that can be developed through time. No one is born knowing how to read; yet almost everyone has the potential of learning how to read. As time went by, the more we read the more skillful we became at reading. With intuition, the more you understand, and use your intuition, the better it develops. Some people seem to have more intuition than others. It's probably because

they had positive experiences with it as they were growing up, and are now more comfortable with using it. The Value of Intuition

What is the (71)______ between intuition and success?

Intuition is an ability to know something quickly without needing to (72)______ about it or learn it by using reason. (73)______ of one’s learned knowledge with what one gets from intuition leads to success. Not all people will use their intuition to (74)______ a choice or judgment. Most people are not (75) ______ of their intuition. It is misunderstood as something that we should (76)_______ using.

How much do people know about intuition?

Some people fail to see its (77)_____ to them when dealing with a problem. It (78)_____ you with needed information from somewhere inside your body. How does intuition Once the information is put into (79)______, a wonderful effect may be produced. It becomes (80)______ on condition that you understand it better and use it more. 第六部分 书面表达 (共 25 分)

function?

This is a picture of a ballet dancer whose left foot looks shockingly different from the right one. Some even jokes that the left foot represents how elegant ballet dancers look. On the contrary, the right one reveals the nature of those dancers’ life. One can hardly imagine how much time and effort have been devoted to endless practice. 【写作内容】 请根据你对所示图片及文字的理解,写一篇 150 词左右的文章,要点如下:

以 约 30 个 词 简 要 描 述 图 片 的 内 容 ; 以 约 120 个 词 谈 谈 你 的 看 法 , 内 容 包 括 :

图片给你的启示,并举例说明; 你最想对图片的芭蕾舞者说什么?为什么? 【写作要求】 可以参照阅读材料的内容,但不得直接引用原文的句子; 作文中不能出现真实的姓名和学校的名称 不必写标题 【评分标准】 内容完整,语言规范,语篇连贯,词数适当 _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ __________

答案(三) 单选:21-25 CDDCC 26-30 ADCBB 31-35 CDCCB 完型:36-40 DABDC 41-45 ABDAA 46-50 CBDDA 51-55 ACCAD 阅读:56-58 DBB 59-62 ACBD 63-66 ACBD 67-70 BCAA relationship/ connection / link 72. think 73. Combinaton 74. make

75. aware / conscious 78. provides / equips

76. avoid / prohibit / forbid 77. value / bebefit 79. use 80. stronger / greater

书面表达(25’*1) The dancer’s left foot is elegantly wrapped in her ballet shoe, tied to the ankle with a silk ribbon. The shoeless right foot, however, looks horribly different. Bruises and scars occupy every inch of her toes. (36 words) I can only imagine the untold hardship the dancer must have endured for the endless hours of practice to look so glamorous on the stage. Likewise, behind every seemingly stunning success, there can be failures, disappointments, and embarrassments. When the whole world is crazy for JK Rowling’s Harry Potter stories, rarely do people know it was after the books had been turned down 12 times by the publisher that they finally came out. Nothing is difficult to a willing heart. However, when we admire others’ success, we should remember it is not from nowhere. I have imagined the dancer to be my friend. I will, instead of telling her how awesome her dancing is, ask her to take good care of herself, for health is the real elegance of life.


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