阜南一中 2014 级高一英语单元测试试题 (Unit One Friendship)
（满分 150 分，考试时间 120 分钟）
第一部分 听力（共两节，满分 30 分） 做题时，先将答案标在试卷上。录音内容结束后，你将两分钟的时间将试 卷上的答案转涂到答题卡上。 第一节 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 part of the man‘s body got injured? A. His knee. 2. Where is Larry now? A. In his office. B. At home. C. In a classroom. B. His fo ot. C. His leg.
3. What does the man like doing? A. Talking. B. Walking. C. Dancing.
4. What are the speakers mainly talking about? A. Which movie to see. B. Where to go. C. Where to park.
5. What do we know about the man? A. He can‘t find Bob‘s apartment. B. He is late for the woman‘s birthday party. C. He thought today was the woman‘s birthday. 第二节 听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题，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。听每段对话或独 白前，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。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第 6 段材料，回答第 6 至 7 题。 6. How many nights will the woman stay? A. One. B. Two. C. Three.
7. What kind of room does the woman want?
A. One with two beds and one with one bed. B. One with two beds and one with no bed. C. One with one bed and one with no bed. 听第 7 段材料，回答第 8、9 题。 8. Where are the speakers? http://wom A. At a market. company. 9. Why is the woman happy? A. She has found a good job. B. She has just got a pay rise. C. The man invites her to drink. 听第 8 段材料，回答第 10 至 12 题。 10. How will the speakers celebrate James‘ birthday? A. They‘ll buy him a book. B. They‘ll hold a party at Kelly‘s. C. They‘ll go to see a film with him. 11. What will the boy do first after school? A. Go to the bookstore. 12. When will the speakers meet? A. At 4:00. B. At 4:15. C. At 4:50. B. Review his lessons. C. Go to Kelly‘s. B. At a restaurant. C. At the woman‘s
听第 9 段材料，回答第 13 至 16 题。 13. Where does the conversation probably take place? A. At a company. 14. What is the man? A. A student. B. A doorkeeper. C. A teacher. B. At the woman‘s house. C. In a dormitory.
15. What does the woman ask the man to do? A. Keep the living room clean. B. Turn off the TV. C. Make phone calls at night. 16. What should the man do if he wants to have a long talk on the phone?
A. Go to the end of the road. B. Make the phone at midnight. C. Ask the woman for permission. 听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. What is the big hall mainly used for? A. Parents‘ meetings. B. Music lessons. C. Sports activities.
18. When can children use the library on their own? A. At any time of the day. B. Between lessons. 19. Where is the speaker‘s office? A. Beside the reception desk. B. Opposite the library. machine. 20. How often do children use the computer room? A. At least twice a day. week. 第二部分 英语知识运用（共两节，满分 45 分） 第一节 单项填空（共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 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，并在答题卡 上将该项涂黑。 21. The family calmed down when they were informed that the father entirely _______ from serious injury caused in the accident. A. suffered 22. view. A. share happens. A. sets down C. falls down beauty of our school campus. A. adapt to C. refer to B. add to D. devote to
C. After school.
C. Behind the water
B. At least once a day.
C. At least once a
D. recovered your point of
In a way I can see what you mean, even though I don‘t
23. Mr. Johnson always carries a notebook, in which he ________ everything that B. settles down D. breaks down
24. The red flowers and green grass ,together with straight-lined trees _______ the
25. _______ about the student, the teacher called his parents to find out why he was so often absent from class. A．Concerning C．Concerned B．Be concerned D．To concern
26.―Did the Millionaires March (百万富翁游行) aim at the super riches last year？‖ Jack said. →Jack asked ________. A．that the Millionaire March had aimed at the super riches last year B．that if the Millionaires March had aimed at the super riches the year before C．if the Millionaires March aimed at the super riches the last year D．whether the Millionaires March had aimed at the super riches the year before. 27. It is because she is too young ________ she does not know how to deal with the situation. A. that C．so 28. —You all like your English teacher? —Yeah, she devotes herself ________ to teaching and it earns her a good reputation. A．exactly C．obviously B．extremely D．entirely B．and D. so that
29. John thinks it won't be long ______ he is ready for his new job. A．when C．before B．after D．since
30. It is the third time so far that such a festival_ _______in my hometown. A．have been held C．had held 31. --- What‘s the matter with you? --- _______ the window, my finger was cut unexpectedly. A. Cleaning 32. B. To clean C. While cleaning D. While I was cleaning B．had been held D．has been held
--- Mary‘s got crazy and has been sent to the mental hospital. Did you tell her boss about that?
--- Yes, but I _____ her husband first. A. should have told told 33 B. shouldn‘t have told C. must have told D. needn‘t have
Do you know the trouble I have _____ the work? B. doing C. do D. done
A. to do
34.The other day, when I was shopping, I happened __________ my former teacher whom I __________ for many years. A. to meet; hadn‘t seen B. meeting; haven‘t seen C. to meet; haven‘t seen D. meeting; hadn‘t seen 35.—I‘m afraid I can‘t finish the book within this week. —__________. A. Please go ahead B. That‘s all right C. Not at all D. Take your time
第二节 完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分） 阅读下列短文，从每小题的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中选出可以填入空白处的最 佳选项。 The friendship between us lasts forever. Mary Allen was my best friend— 36 a sister. We did 37 together, piano lessons, movies, swimming, horseback riding,and 38 . When I was 13 years old, my family moved. Mary and I kept in 39 through letters, and we saw 40 on special occasions—like my wedding and 41 .Soon we were busy 42 children and moving to new homes,and we wrote less 43 .One day a card that I 44 came back stamped ―Address Unknown‖.I had no 45 how to find Mary. Over the years,I thought of Mary often. I wanted to 46 stories of my children and then grandchildren.I needed to share my sorrow when my brother and then my mother died.There was an 47 place in my heart that only a friend like Mary 48 fill. One day I was reading a newspaper 49 I noticed a picture of a young woman 50 looked a lot like Mary and whose last name was Wagman—Mary‘s married name.―There must be thousands of Wagmans，‖ I thought,but I wrote to her 51 . She called as soon as she got my letter.―Mrs Tobin！ ‖ she said 52 ， ―Mary Allen Wagman is my mother.‖ Minutes later I heard a voice that I 53 at once,even after 5 years.We laughed and cried and asked about each other‘s lives.
Now the empty place in my heart is 54 ，and there‘s one thing that Mary and I know 55 ： we won‘t lose each other again! 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52 53. 54. 55. A.as B.so C.namely D.like A. everything B. nothing C. nowhere D. everywhere A.such B.much C.so on D.many A.secret B.touch C.friend D.pace A.other B.others C.another D.each other A.Mary‘s B.his C.Mary D.their A.for B.in C.at D.with A.often B.possibly C.probably D.hardly A.gave B.took C.sent D.missed A.doubt B.idea C.question D.wonder A..read B.share C.find D.discover A.eager B.equal C.empty D.enough A.could B.can C.will D.must A.while B.since C.once D.when A.whom B.who C.which D.whose A.anyway B.however C.meanwhile D.therefore A.disappointedly B.rudely C.excitedly D.calmly A.realized B.accepted C.received D.recognized A.cleared B.filled C.fixed D.removed A.for sure B.on purpose C.by chance D.in a way
第三部分 阅读理解 (共 20 小题, 每小题 2 分, 满分 40 分) 阅读下面短文，从每题所给的 A, B, C, D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项。 A Many teenagers feel that the most important people in their lives are their friends. They believe that their family members, especially their parents, don‘t know them as well their friends do. In large families, it is often for brothers and sisters to fight with each other and then they can only go to their friends for advice. It is very important for teenagers to have one good friend or many friends. Even when they are not with their friends, they usually spend a lot of time talking among themselves on the phone. This communication is very important in children‘s growing up, because friend can discuss something difficult to say to their family members. However, parents often try to choose their children‘s friends for them. Some parents may even stop their children from meeting their good friends. The question of ―choice‖ is an interesting one. Have you ever thought of the following questions? Who choose your friends? Do you choose your friends or your friends choose you?
Have you got a good friend your parent don‘t like? 56. Many teenagers think their _______ know them better than their parents do. A. friends B. teachers C. brothers and sisters D. classmates 57. When teenagers stay alone, the usual way of communication is to _________. B. talk with their parents D. talk with their friends on the phone
A. go to their friends
C. have a discussion with their family
58 Which of the following sentences is TRUE? A. Parents should like everything their children enjoy. B. In all families, children can choose everything they like. C. Parents should try their best to understand their children better. D. Teenagers can only go to their friends for help. 59.The main idea of this passage is that ___________. A. Teenagers need friends B. Friends can give good advice C. Parents often choose their children‘s friends for them D. Good friends can communicate with each other
B The Beginning of a Friendship Lucy was a shy and frightened little girl when she first stood in front of Mrs. Campbell‘s third-grade class. It was Monday. The teacher pointed to a two-student desk that was empty and told her to sit there. Lucy walked over to her desk carefully. However, her books fell on the floor. Some of the kids in the class laughed- because that‘s the way some kids were. Lucy picked up her books and sat down, alone. She was the only one without a desk partner. No one knew who she was. She was very lonely, and afraid to make friends with anyone. Every time she heard the other students talking and laughing, she felt her heart break. She couldn‘t talk to anyone about her problem, and she didn‘t want her parents to worry about her. Then one day, something different happened. The teacher said, ―Class, this week we are very lucky to have another new student, Henry.‖ The little boy came over and put his book bag on Lucy‘s desk. He looked at her, smiled at her. It was a shy kind of smile, but it was a nice smile. She smiled back. When lunch time came, Lucy sat on the bench under the big tree eating her butter
sandwich. She didn‘t feel like crying. She was looking for Henry. There he was – playing ball with some boys. Henry made friends quickly, it seemed. Then he looked over at Lucy and saw her looking at him. Shyly, she looked down, but when she looked up again, there was Henry-standing right in front of her, his lunch bag in his hand. ―Can I sit on this bench with you?‖ he asked. She nodded. For a few minutes they didn‘t talk at all. But right away Lucy knew she had a friend. Henry was nice. Some kids were just that way… 60．Which of the following is true according to the text? A. Lucy was a new comer in the class. B. Lucy sat next to her partner at first. C. Lucy was a careless girl. D. The other students liked talking and laughing. 61.Lucy couldn‘t talk to anyone in her new school about her problem because _______. A. she was always unhappy B. she was in the first year at a junior high school C. she didn‘t have any friends there D. she didn‘t want her parents to worry about her 62．When did Lucy get the first smile? A. After she made a friend. B. Before Henry came to the class. C. When Henry came to the class. D. When she had lunch with Henry. 63．What can we infer from the last sentence of the article? A. Some kids were not as friendly as Henry. B. Lucy would make more friends. C. Lucy would be more shy and frightened. D. Henry would be her only friend C Jenny was a pretty five-year-old girl. One day when she and her mother were checking out at the grocery store, Jenny saw a plastic pearl (珍珠) necklace priced at $2.50. Her mother bought the necklace for her on condition that she had to do some homework to pay it off. Jenny agreed. She worked very hard every day, and soon
Jenny paid off the necklace. Jenny loved it so much that she wore it everywhere except when she was in the shower. Her mother had told her it would turn her neck green! Jenny had a very loving daddy. When Jenny went to bed, he would read Jenny her favorite story. One night when he finished the story, he said, ―Jenny, could you give me your necklace?‖ ―Oh! Daddy, not my necklace!‖ Jenny said. ―But you can have Rosy, my favorite doll. Remember her? You gave her to me last year for my birthday. Okay? ‖ ―Oh no, darling, that‘s okay.‖ Her father brushed her cheek with a kiss. ―Good night, little one. A week later, her father once again asked Jenny for the necklace after her favorite story. ―Oh, Daddy, not my necklace! But you can have Ribbons, my toy horse. Do you remember her? She‘s my favorite.‖ ―No, that‘s okay,‖ her father said and brushed her cheek again with a kiss. ―God bless you, little one. Sweet dreams. ‖ Several days later, when Jenny‘s father came in to read her a story, Jenny was sitting on her bed and her lip was trembling. ―Here, Daddy,‖ she said, holding out her hand. She opened it and her beloved pearl necklace was inside. She let it slip into her father‘s hand. With one hand her father held the plastic pearl necklace and with the other he pulled out of his pocket a blue box. Inside the box was a real, beautiful pearl necklace. He had had it all along. He was waiting for Jenny to give up the cheap necklace so he could give her a real one. 64.What did Jenny have to do to get the plastic pearl necklace? A. She had to help her mother do some housework. B. She had to listen to her father tell a story every night. C. She had to ask her father to pay for the necklace. D. She had to give away her favorite toys to the poor children. 65. From the text we know that ______. A. Jenny‘s mother paid a lot for the plastic pearl necklace B. Jenny wore the necklace everywhere even in the shower C. Jenny didn‘t like Rosy and Ribbons any longer D. Jenny got a real pearl necklace from her father 66. Jenny‘s father asked for her plastic pearl necklace repeatedly in order to ______. A. get it for himself B. donate it C. train her character D. put it away 67. What can be the best title for the text? A. A Lovely Girl B. Father and Daughter C. A Pearl Necklace D. An Unforgettable Childhood
D When asked to point out one or two things that are most important to themselves,
many put friends ahead of homes, jobs, cloth and cars. A true friendship carries a long history of experience that determines who we are and keeps us connected. It is a treasure we should protect, Unfortunately, the better friends you are, the more probably you'll have disagreements. And the result can be what you don't want ------ an end to the relationship. The good news is that most troubled friendships can be mended. First, don't let your pride get in your way. Most of us can forgive each other when differences are brought out in the open. Second, apologize when you're wrong ----- even if you've been wronged. Over the course of a friendship, even the best people make mistakes. Sometimes, it may be best if the wronged person takes the lead and apologizes. When you apologize, give your friend a chance to admit that he has been wrong.Third, see things from your friend's point view(观点). And finally, accept that friendships change as our needs and lifestyles (生活方式) change. Making friends can sometimes seem easy. The hard part is keeping the connections strong during the natural ups and downs that have an effect on all relationships. My suggestion: Consider friendship an honor and a gift, and worth the effort to treasure and nurture. (培养) 68. What would be the best title for the text? A. Easy Ways to Make Friends B. Ups and Downs in Friendship C. How to Mend a Troubled Friendship D. How to Take the Lead in Making Friends 69. The "wronged person" underlined in the text refers to a person _____. A. who has been mistaken for another B. who has been blamed unfairly C. who has treated friends badly D. who has admitted his mistakes 70. According to the text a friendship can last long only if _____. A. we have much in common B. we know our friends' mistakes C. we treat our disagreements wisely D. we have known one another for long 71. What should we do if we follow the author's second suggestion? A. Stick to our own points of view. B. Avoid making mistakes. C. Make an apology first. D. Change our lifestyles.
There is an old Chinese proverb that states ―One generation plants the trees; another gets the shade‖，and this is how it should be with mothers and daughters. The relationship between a mother and daughter is sometimes confusing. If close, the
relationship can be similar to friendship. However, the mother and daughter relationship has unique characteristics that distinguish it from a friendship. These characteristics include the hierarchy (等级) and unconditional love, which preclude mothers and daughters from being best friends. Marina, 27 years old, says, ―I love spending time with my mom, but I wouldn't consider her my best friend. Best friends don't pay for your wedding. Best friends don't remind you how they carried you in their body and gave you life! Best friends don't tell you how wise they are because they have been alive at least 20 years longer than you.‖ This doesn't mean that the mother and daughter relationship can't be very close and satisfying. While some adult relationships are still troubled, many find them to be extremely rewarding. This generation of mothers and adult daughters has a lot in common which increases the likelihood of shared companionship. Mothers and daughters have always shared the common experience of being homemakers, responsible for maintaining and passing on family values and traditions. Today contemporary mothers and daughters also share the experience of the workforce and technology, which may bring them even closer together. Best friends may or may not continue to be best friends, but for better or worse, the mother and daughter relationship is permanent, even if they aren't speaking for some unfortunate reason. The mother and child relationship is still closer than any other. There is not an equal relationship. Daughters should not feel responsible for their mother's emotional wellbeing. It isn't that they don't care deeply about their mothers. It's just that they shouldn't be burdened with their mother's wellbeing. The mother and daughter relationship is a relationship that is not replaceable by any other. Mothers never stop being mothers, which includes frequently wanting to protect their daughters and often feeling responsible for their happiness. Mother always ―trumps‖ friends. 72．The underlined word ―preclude‖ in Paragraph 1 probably means ―________‖． A．differ C．benefit B．stop D．change
73．Why do many mothers and adult daughters keep a rewarding relationship? A．Because they have a lot of common interests.
B．Because they have common family values. C．Because they have no generation gap. D．Because they keep a constant relationship. 74．What do we know from the passage? A．The mother and daughter relationship can be replaced by a best friend. B．A mother's love brings her and her daughter a close friendship. C．The mother and daughter relationship goes beyond best friends' friendship. D．Marina has a troubled relationship with her mother. 75．What is the best title for the passage? A．How to be a good mother and daughter. B．Who is a mother's best friend? C．A friend in need is a friend indeed. D．Can a mother be a daughter's best friend? 第四部分，写作（共两节，满分 35 分） 第一节，任务型读写（共 10 小题，每题 1 分，满分 10 分） 。阅读下面的短文，根据短文内容在表格中空白处填入恰当的单词，每空一词。 I once believed that a friend is a friend ?all the way‘. Now I have changed my ideas about friendships. 1. Friends of convenience. They can be the people who live next door or the mothers of our children‘s closest friends. Friends of convenience(便利) are convenient indeed. They‘ll help us when we need them. They‘ll look after our cats when we go on holiday. But we don‘t ever get too close or tell too much. We keep our public face and emotional distance, which means that we‘ll talk about being overweight but not about being sad or disappointed. However, people still feel these friendships valuable to them. 2. Special-interest friends. These friendships aren‘t deeply personal or emotional. Their value lies in some shared interest, so we may have an office friend, a tennis friend, or even a shopping friend.
3. Historical friends. We all have a friend who knew us when… maybe we were back in the second grade of primary school, when our family lived in that two-room flat downtown. He or she was the first, the only friend we told our secrets to. The years have gone by, and we have gone different ways. We have little in common now, but we‘re still a personal part of each other‘s past. We know how we looked before our teeth were straightened, and our getting together reminds us of an earlier part of ourselves, which is important and never lost. 4. Cross-generational friends. These are friendships that form across generations(代). I have in my own life a precious(珍贵的) friend, a woman of 65, who is wise, who listens well, and who represents not only an ideal mother to me but also the person I‘d like to be when I grow up. Best friends, I believe, entirely love, support and trust each other.
Types of friends Friends of convenience
Description of friends They can be the __76__ or the mothers of our children‘s closest friends. They can _77__ us when we are in need. Though we don‘t walk about emotional topics, this doesn‘t mean that there isn‘t any _78__ to be found in these friendships.
We usually __79__ some interests with our special-interest friends, so we may have an _80__ friend, a tennis friend, or even a shopping friend.
This kind of friendship was usually formed when we were children, so we know how we __82__ before our teeth were straightened. Although we have little in common now, our getting together can _83__ us of each other‘s happy old days.
Cross-generational friends usually aren‘t from the
__84__ generation. A friend like this may _85__ an ideal mother or the person I want to be when I grow up.
第二节，书面表达（满分 25 分） 假如你是高一年级教师 Mr. Smith, 开学不久收到高一某班级学生 Alice 的一封 信，请你根据书信的内容给 Alice 写一封回信，给她排忧解难。回信的开头和结 尾已经为你写好，不计入总词数。 要求：1，词数 100 左右。 2．参考词汇： in one‘s opinion, make friends with, have a heart-to-heart talk， join sb. in sth.， celebrate one‘s birthday， go out for a walk， share…with.. Dear Mr.Smith, I‘m an active girl, and I speak and laugh loudly in the classroom, like a boy. I don‘t care about small matters. On the contrary, my neighbour, the girl who sits next to me, speaks quietly and dare not do the things I often do. I can understand this. What I can‘t stand is that she often gets angry with me about small things. How can I get along with her? Yours sincerely, Alice Dear Alice, I‘m sorry that you are having trouble in getting along with your deskmate. _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ Good luck to you. Yours, Smith.