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学年度上学期英语学科期中考试卷 英语学科期中 莆田一中 2007-2008 学年度上学期英语学科期中考试卷 - 命题人: 万冬雪 审题人: 郑惠华 说明:本试卷分第一卷和第二卷两部分.共 150 分,考试时间 120 分钟. 第一卷(共 115 分) 第一部分:听力理解(共两节, 第一部分:听力理解(共两节,满分 30 分) 第一节( 小题; 第一节(共 5 小题;每小题 1.5 分,共 7.5 分) 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话你将听一遍。 1. What are they doing? A. Shopping. B. Telephoning. C. Having a meeting. 2. How much time is given to complete the test? A. 15 minutes. B. 30 minutes. C. 1 hour. 3. Where is the conversation most probably taking place? A. At a car dealer’s. B. At a newspaper office C: At a publishing house. 4. What problem has the man got? A. He doesn’t know how to use the machine. B. He can’t find a place to get a drink. C. He has no money to buy a drink. 5. What do we learn from this conversation? A. The man goes to a wrong check-in counter. B. The man has just missed his flight. C. The plane’s departure time remains unknown. 第二节( 小题; 第二节(共 15 小题;每小题 1.5 分,共 22.5 分) 听下面 6 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白你将听两遍。 段材料, 听第 6 段材料,回答第 6 至 7 题。 6. How does the woman learn to speak English well? A. She has many English friends. B. She was once in the Language College. C. She listens to English programs everyday. 7. How long has the woman learned English? A. Three days. B. Three months. C. Three years. 段材料, 听第 7 段材料,回答第 8 至 10 题。 8. When was Flight 962 originally due to arrive? A. At 9: 35. B. At 10:05. C. At 10:35. 9. Why was the flight delayed? A. It had to make a stop in Chicago. B. The plane had engine trouble. C. The weather in Chicago was bad. 10. Why was the man’s wife in Boston? A. There was something wrong with the plane B. The dialogue doesn’t tell us. C. She went home for a visit. 段材料, 听第 8 段材料,回答第 11 至 13 题。 11. What does the woman intend to need?
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A. An oil change. B. A complete check. C. A full service. 12. What doesn’t the full check of fluids include? A. The oil filter B. Power steering C. Radiator 13. What can we learn from the conversation? A. The car will run 3,000 miles after the oil change. B. The woman received the service at a discount price. C. The service will last as long as at least 30 minutes. 段材料, 听第 9 段材料,回答第 14 至 17 题。 14. Who is the man? A. A friend. B. A teacher. C. Father. 15. Where did the woman live three months ago? A. In her own house. B. In a student house. C. With a family. 16. What is the woman’s problem in studying? A. The course is too difficult. B. The computer room is busy. C. The student house is too noisy. 17. What can we know about the man from the conversation? A. Talkative B. Helpful C. Curious 段材料, 听第 10 段材料,回答第 18 至 20 题。 18. What does the speaker do first before the bank opens? A. Open the cage window. B. Examine the audio system. C. Put the cash in the drawer. 19. What do most people think of the speaker’s job? A. Relaxing. B. Exciting. C. Boring. 20. Why does the speaker like the job? A. He can daydream while working. B. It requires more organization. C. It’s easy but challenging. 第二部分:英语知识运用(共两节, 第二部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分 45 分) 第一节: 单项填空( 小题; 第一节: 单项填空(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 21. The sign reads “In case of______ fire, break the glass and push _____ red button”. A. /;a B. /; the C. the; the D. a; a 22. I’m sure the revolution I’m devoted _______. A. to succeed B. to will succeed C. to succeeding D. to succeeded 23. Don’t worry; there are still ______ time. A. plenty of B. quantities of C. a lot of D. loads of 24. I’m sorry to say this ticket only _____ one person to the show. A. promises B. enters C. admits D. includes 25. That was found to be ______ in many developing countries. A. the fact B. the case C. the condition D. the state 26. I hope the weather will______ this afternoon, because we want to go out. B. clean out C. clear up D. clear out A. clean up
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27. — Susan, go and join your sister cleaning the yard. — Why ______? John is sitting there doing nothing. A. him B. he C. I D. me 28. —Now that you like the Lenovo Computer, why not buy one? —Well, I can’t afford ______ computer. A. that expensive a B. a that expensive C. that an expensive D. an expensive that 29. I’d like to settle down somewhere _______ the climate is mild and the sun shines all year long. A.which B.that C.where D.when 30. ______ convincing an argument is, it needs support of evidence. A. Whatever B. However C. Although D. Even if 31. Try the new cleaner. Just a few minutes every day --that’s all it takes--______ you could have shining floors and furniture. A.and B.but C.or D.so 32. I finally got the job I wished for. Never in all my life ________so happy! A.I felt B. had I felt C.I had felt D. did I feel 33. —Oh , dear . I forgot the air tickets. —You ______ something. A. have left B. are always leaving C. are leaving D. always left 34. After the way she treated you, if I _____ in your place. A. be B. am C. was D. were 35. —Was it what he said or something that he did _____made you cry so sadly , Sarah ? —No, not really. A.which B.that C.when D.what 第二节:完形填空( 小题; 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,掌握其大意,然后从 36~55 各题所给的四个选项(A、B、 C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项。 “My name’s Jim Shelley and I’m an addict…” With these words I began to 36 the problem, the problem of my telephone addiction. I used to call people 37 , from the moment I woke up to the time I went to sleep. I 38 to be phoned, I wanted to phone. Just one more call. It started socially---a few calls each day. It seemed 39 , just a quick chat. Gradually though, the 40 got worse. Soon it was 41 use, until, finally, addiction. And it began to affect my 42 . During the day I would disappear for 43 call. If I couldn’t make a call, I spent the whole time waiting for the phone to ring. Getting more and more 44 , in the end, I would ring someone, then someone else, 45 myself just one more call. I was phoning people and 46 messages to make sure 47 calls would see me through the day. I used to arrive at friends’ homes and before the door was closed, “Is it OK if I just use the phone…?” At go straight for the phone with the 48 work, I became 49 when my fellow workers tried to 50 me from using the
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phone. And one day I hit my boss (with the phone). Finally, the police caught me 51 a phone box that had taken my last one pound coin, and I was 52 to see a psychiatrist(心理医生). a phone in the house for three weeks now, and it’s several days I haven’t 53 54 I used a phone box. I try not to watch TV because there are 55 people on it making phone calls. My name is Jim Shelley and I am an addict. 36. A. face B. find C. accept D. notice 37. A. now and then B. all the time C. at home D. at work 38. A. tried B. asked C. waited D. invited 39. A. polite B. important C. fine D. special 40. A. condition B. situation C. result D. effect 41. A. frequent B. regular C. unusual D. particular 42. A. friends B. study C. family D. work 43. A. a quick B. a sweet C. an expected D. an extra 44. A. hopeful B. delighted C. frightened D. anxious 45. A. forcing B. telling C. giving D. limiting 46. A. leaving B. taking C. passing D. recording 47. A. long B. immediate C. enough D. surprising 48. A. saying B. demands C. wish D. words 49. A. careful B. mad C. determined D. helpless 50. A. save B. reduce C. protect D. stop 51. A. destroying B. using C. stealing D. emptying 52. A. offered B. guided C. ordered D. reminded 53. A. missed B. had C. received D. fixed 54. A. as B. when C. if D. since 55. A. always B. just C. more D. different 小题, 第三节 阅读理解 (共 20 小题,每小题 2 分,满分 40 分) 共 A My father had returned from his business visit to London when I came in, rather late, to supper. I could tell at once that he and my mother had been discussing something. In that half playful, half serious way I knew so well, he said, “How would you like to go to Eton?” “You bet,” I cried quickly catching the joke. Everyone knew it was the most expensive, the most famous of schools. You had to be entered at birth, if not before. Besides, even at 12 or 13, I understood my father. He disliked any form of showing off. He always knew his proper station in life, which was in the middle of the middle class: our house was medium sized; he had avoided joining Royal Liverpool Golf Club and went to a smaller one instead; though once he had got a second hand Rolls Royce at a remarkably low price, he felt embarrassed driving it, and quickly changed it for an Austin 1100. This could only be his delightful way of telling me that the whole boarding school idea was to be dropped. Alas! I should also have remembered that he had a liking for
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being different from everyone else, if it did not conflict (冲突) with his fear of drawing attention to himself. It seemed that he had happened to be talking to Graham Brown of the London office, a very nice fellow, and Graham had a friend who had just entered his boy at the school, and while he was in that part of the world he thought he might just as well phone them. I remember my eyes stinging(刺痛) and my hands shaking with the puzzlement of my feelings. There was excitement, at the heart of great sadness. “Oh, he doesn’t want to go away,” said my mother. “ You shouldn’t go on like this.” “it’s up to him, ” said my father. “He can make up his own mind”. 56. The house the writer’s family lived in was ________. A. the best they could afford B. right for their social position C. for showing off D. rather small 57. The father sold his Rolls-Royce because __________. A. it was too expensive to possess B. it was too old to work well C. it made him feel uneasy D. it was too cheap 58. The writer’s father enjoyed being different as long as ________. A. it drew attention to him B. it didn’t bring him in arguments C. it was understood as a joke D. there was no danger of his showing off 59. What was the writer’s reaction to the idea of going to Eton? A. He was very unhappy. B. He didn’t believe it. C. He was delighted. D. He had mixed feelings. B Nothing was going right for Dr. Turner at the hospital. He made a mistake while operation on a patient. He felt sure he was no longer trusted and decided to change his job. One day he learned from the paper that a doctor was looking for a partner. The doctor, whose name was Johnson, lived in Throby, a small town in the north of England. A few days later, Dr. Turner went to Throby, and arrived at Dr. Johnson’s home early in the afternoon. Though old and a little deaf, Dr. Johnson still had a good brain. He kept talking to the visitor about the town and its people. When they turned to the question of partnership, it was already seven in the evening. Dr. Johnson invited Dr. Turner to have dinner with him in a restaurant before catching the train back to London. Dr. Turner noticed that Dr. Johnson was fond of good food and expensive wines. They had an excellent meal. When the bill was brought, Dr. Johnson felt in his pocket. “Oh, dear,” he said. “I’ve forgotten my money.” “That’s all right,” Dr. Turner said. “I’ll pay the bill.” As he did so, he began to wonder whether Dr. Johnson was worthy of trust. 60. Dr. Turner decided to leave his present job because___________. A. he had never been trusted B. it demanded great skills C. he believed it offered little hope for his future
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D. he thought the hospital would like him to leave 61. The two doctors spent most of the afternoon talking about_____________. A. things of no interest to Dr. Johnson B. things of no importance to Dr. Turner C. health matters D. food and drink 62. The story suggests that_____________. A. Dr. Johnson did not like Dr. Turner B. the two doctors would become friends C. the two doctors would not work together D. Dr. Turner decided to stay at his present job 63. The words “did so” in the last sentence mean ___________. A. caught the train back to London B. felt in his pocket C. paid the bill D. said those words

C To be sure , only children experience some things differently from those with siblings(兄弟姐妹).Many feel more pressure to succeed. In the absence of brothers and sisters, only children are also likely to look more exclusively to their parents as role models. In India , 19 year old Saviraj Sankpal founded a support group for the tiny number of only children .Among other things , the group does volunteer work to be against the myth(神话)that they’re irresponsible(不负责任的).” People think we’re pampered (娇惯) and spoiled,” says Sankpal, a computer engineering student. “But I’d like to remind them how lonely it can get.” Most only children, however, say they wish for siblings only when it comes to caring for aging, unhealthy parents. Britain’s David Emerson, coauthor of the book The only child, says that such a person bears terrible burden in having to make all the decisions alone. Emerson knows from experience: After his father died, he chose to move his elderly mother from their family home, where she was vulnerable(易受攻击的)to house breakers, to a new one with more safety. “The move was quite hard on her, and she might feel that I pushed her into it,” he says. “Finally, I am left with that responsibility” In the future, more and more only children will likely face similar choices. With working mothers increasing, many families are finding they simply don’t have the time, money or energy to have more than one child. As only children become common, perhaps the world will realize that accusation(指责)made against them is unfair. 64.It can be inferred from the passage that only children’s parents should __________. A.found a support group for their only children B.do volunteer work to help their only children C.let their only children make all the decisions alone D.set good examples for their only children 65.Emerson decided to move his elderly mother to a new house because he_______. A.is the only who cares about her
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B.is worried about her safety C.wants to share the responsibility with her D.doesn’t want to leave her alone 66.It is quite usual now for a working mother to_____________. A.spend all her time and money on her only child B.be responsible for bringing up her only child C.have and bring up only one child D.put all her energies on her job 67.The main idea of the passage is that_____________. A.only children are spoiled and irresponsible B.only children have to face many difficulties C.most only children want to have brothers and sisters D.most only children share their responsibilities with their parents D You’ve no doubt heard people say how much they “need” a holiday, when what they really mean is that they want one. Certainly, people working under pressure feel a very strong desire to escape from work and become less tight during their holidays, and experience a changed environment. However, work for many people today is office work and mental, rather than physical tasks. These people may seek much more energy-taking activities while on holiday, rather than simply lying on a beach. Once people become used to going on holiday, taking holidays becomes a habit. For many people the holiday is one of the last things to be given up, and indeed many workers have chosen to spend some of their last pay when being on holiday. It may give them a “lift” in facing some difficulties in life. Most of us also enjoy showing off the lovely tans—dark skins we get from a holiday . So many tourists are now able to afford holidays in the sun that tans have become quite common; although we join a tan together with health, it has been fully shown that too much sunshine will result in high danger of skin problems, as well as drying out one’s skin and leading to more lines on your face later in life. 68.According to the passage above, more and more people choose to have holidays because they______. A.hate working indoors all the time B.want to get away from work C.love enjoying the beauties of nature D.become rich and want a better life 69.When office people have holidays , they often_______. A.lie on the beach and enjoy sunshine B.spend more than they can afford C.think about their work on the beach D.choose to do more physical exercise 70.A holiday may__________when one has to face some difficulties in life. A.cheer someone up B.help someone find a job C.be the last thing to be given up D.bring good luck to someone 71.At the end of the passage the writer tries to tell the reader_________. A.the importance of getting sunshine B.the bad effect of being on holiday D.the healthy look of being tanned C.the result of getting sun tanned
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E Life is difficult. It is a great truth because once we truly understand and accept it, then life is no longer difficult.Most do not fully see this truth.Instead they complain about their problems and difficulties as if life should be easy.It seems to them that their difficulties represent(代表) a special kind of suffering specially forced upon them or else upon their families, their class, or even their nation.What makes life difficult is that the process of facing and solving problems is a painful one.Problems, depending on their nature, cause in us sadness or loneliness or regret or anger or fear.These are uncomfortable feelings, often as any kind of physical pain.And since life causes an endless series of problems, life is always difficult and is full of pain as well as joy.Yet, it is in this whole process of solving problems that life has its meaning.Problems are the serious test that tells success from failure.When we desire to encourage the growth of the human spirit, we encourage the human ability to solve problems, just as in school we set problems for our children to solve.It is through the pain of meeting and working out problems that we learn.As Benjamin Franklin said, “Those things that hurt, instruct (有意义) It is for this reason .” that wise people learn not to fear but to welcome the pain of problems. 72.From the passage, it can be inferred that ____________. A.everybody has problems B.we become stronger by facing and solving the problems of life C.life is difficult because our problems bring us pain D.people like to complain about their problems 73.The writer probably used just one short sentence in the first paragraph to _________. B.persuade(说服) readers A.save space C.make readers laugh D.get readers’ attention 74. According to the passage, we give school children difficult problems to solve in order to ______. A.encourage them to learn B.teach them to fear the pain of solving problems C.help them learn to deal with pain D.teach them how to respect for problems 75.The saying from Benjamin Franklin “Those things that hurt, instruct.” suggests that _______. A.we do not learn from experience B.we do not learn when we are in pain C.pain teaches us important lessons D.pain cannot be avoided

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第 II 卷 (共 35 分)

第四部分:写作 第四部分:写作(共两节,满分 35 分) 第一节 短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) In my hometown there used to be a temple with a history of more than four hundred years. It lies in a valley with green hills around it. It was such beautiful and famous that many tourists came visit it every day. They took photo; they wrote down their names on the walls; they were brought food and drink and left rubbish everywhere. One day some tourists did a fire to cook food near the temple. All of sudden, a strong wind blew. The wooden temple caught fire. Soon the wholly temple was burned out and only a little walls remained. The beautiful temple disappeared. 76. 77. 78. 79. 80. 81. 82. 83. 84. 85.

第二节 书面表达(满分 25 分) 请以“我们为什么上大学”(Why do we go to universities)为题,写一篇议论 文(词数 120~150) 提示: 1. 不同的人对此有不同的看法。 2. 有些学生以为大学是最理想的地方, 上大学就是为了获取好的工作和 高额的工资,但是结果是大学生生活和毕业后的工作往往让他们失 望。 3. 事实上, 大学给那些渴望学到更多知识以便将来报效祖国的人提供了 良好的学习机会和必要的条件,这才是大学真正的吸引所在。

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