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2015-2016 学年度第一学期期中高二英语试题
本试卷分为第一卷(选择题)和第二卷(非选择题)两部分。共 120 分,时间 120 分钟。 第一卷(三部分,共 75 分) 第一部分 听力(共 15 小题;每题 1 分, 满分 15 分) 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 happened to the woman ? A. She doesn’t feel well B. Her watch was stolen C. Her wallet was stolen 2. Where does the man want to go? A. New York B. Chicago C. Atlanta 3. How will the man get there ? A. He is going to walk there. B. He will go there by bus. C. The woman will give him a lift there. 4. How does the woman feel ? A. Discouraged B. Satisfied C. Sad 5. What can be the result of the talk ? A. The woman can be off on Friday. B. The woman should work on Friday. C. No result. 第二节 听下面 5 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。 听下面一段对话,回答第 6 和第 8 题。 6. When did the conversation take place ? A. In the morning B. At noon C. In the evening 7. Why did the woman complain ? A. The spoon was too dirty B. The comb was too dirty C. The egg was burnt 8. What kind of juice will the woman choose ? A. Tomato juice B. V8 C. Tomato corn soup 听下面一段对话,回答第 9 和第 11 题。 9. Where does this conversation take place ? A. In a hotel B. In a hospital C. In a shopping centre 10. On which floor is the Exhibition Centre ? A. The ninth floor B. The third floor C. The second floor
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11. Why does the man come to Hong Kong ? A. He is on holiday B. He comes for the computer exhibition C. He comes to meet Peter Smith from Greece 听下面一段对话, 回答第 12 至第 14 题。 12. What are the speakers possibly talking through ? A. Television B. Telephone C. Telescope 13. What is the man’s information ? A. More; (161) 264-9716 B. Moor; (601) 246-9716 C. Moore; (601) 264-9716 14. What services are mentioned with the man’s booked room ? A. A cellphone in the room B. A major international newspaper delivered to the room every day C. A meal delivered to the room every day 听下面一段对话,回答第 15 题。 15. Why did the woman make the phone ? A. To complain the bill is too large B. To pay the telephone fee C. To bother the man 第二部分 英语知识综合运用 第一节 单项选择(共 15 小题;每题 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。 16. good service, the restaurant offers different kinds of traditional Fujian dishes. A. Far from B. Apart from C. Instead of D. Regardless of 17. Have you ever ______ between doing homework and playing basketball ? A. caught B. been caught C. stuck D. get stuck 18. Since his wife’s death, he’s been ______, drunken. A. down in the dumps B. hot under the collar C. over the moon D. felt blue 19. To turn your dream into reality, you should first the hard life here which you hasn’t got used to so far. A. come to B. adopt to C. refer to D. adapt to 20. The reason why she decided to leave her boyfriend was that she didn’t feel with him. A. serious B. severe C. secure D. safely 21. The national entrance examinations around the corner, some fans in my class are persuaded football to focus on their studies. A. to quit to play B. stop to play C. to quit playing D. to be quitted playing 22. With the of the psychoanalyst(心理分析学者), the timid(胆小的) boy seems to be more cheerful and outgoing.
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A. guidance B. assistance C. advice D. suggestions 23. You’ll find ____ great benefit the computer you own can be ___ each time you turn to it for help. A. it, of B. how, / C. what, of D. that, / 24. He headed for the door as if ___ the house. A. leave B. left C. to leave D. wanted to leave 25. Each time we get to the workplace, he each of us our task in detail. A. was allocating B. will allocate C. has advocated D. is going to advocate 26. ____ he got the news, Mr. Wang hurried out of his house, and ___ his car, drove all the way into town. A. Instantly; started B. Once; to star C. Until; starting D. The moment; having started 27. —Was John in the school when you arrived? —Yes, but he _______ off soon afterwards. A . will go B. went C. had gone D. was going 28. She needn’t have hurried, because there ___ plenty of time. A. is B. was C. were D. be 29. ____ for breaking my promise, I felt my face ____ hot and _____ my head I shame. A. Blamed, grow, hung B. To blame, to grow, hung C. Being blamed, growing, hanged D. Blamed, grow, hanged 30. Some people will feel very ____ if they have to speak in public. A. scary B. frightening C. fearful D. feared 第二节 完型填空(共 15 小题;每题 1 分,满分 15 分) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从各题所给的 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。
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My Fellow Americans, I have recently been told that I am one of the millions of Americans who will suffer from Alzheimer’s Disease(老年痴呆症). Upon learning this news, Nancy and I had to decide __31__ as private citizens we would keep this a private matter or we would make this news known in a __32__ way. In the past Nancy suffered from breast cancer and I had my cancer surgeries(外科手术). We found through our open disclosures(透露)we were able to __33__ public awareness. We were happy that, __34__, many more people took tests. They were treated in early stages and able to return to normal and healthy lives. So now, we feel it __35__ to share it with you. In opening our hearts, we hope that this might promote greater __36_ of this condition. Perhaps it will encourage a clearer understanding of the persons and families who are affected by it. At the moment I feel just fine. I _37_ to live the remainder of the years God gives me on this earth doing the things I have __38__ done. I will continue to __39__ life’s journey with my
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beloved Nancy and my family. I plan to enjoy the great outdoors and stay in touch with my friends and supporters. Unfortunately, as Alzheimer’s Disease __40__, the family often bears a heavy burden(负 担). I only wish there was some way I could spare Nancy from this __41__ experience. When the time comes I am confident that with your help she will face it with faith and courage. In closing, let me thank you, the American people, for giving me the great honor of __42_ me to serve as your President. When the Lord calls me home, __43__ that may be. I will leave with the greatest love for this country of ours and eternal(永久的)optimism for its future. I now begin this __44__ that will lead me into the sunset of my life. I know that for America there will always be a bright __45__ ahead. Thank you, my friends. May God always bless you. Sincerely, Ronald Reagan 31. A. what 32. A. secret 33. A. raise 34. A. by the way 35. A. impossible 36. A. care 37. A. intend 38. A. finally 39. A. share 40. A. advances 41. A. meaningful 42. A. having 43. A. whoever 44. A. life 45. A. evening B. whether B. strange B. give B. in a word B. important B. encourage B. agree B. already B. fight B. cures B. useful B. allowing B. wherever B. road B. night C. which C. public C. support C. in a whole C. honorable C. awareness C. love C. always C. make C. recovers C. helpful C. letting C. whenever C. letter C. dusk(黄昏) D. when D. good D. turn D. as a result D. obvious D. decision D. accept D. immediately D. attend D. improves D. painful D. making D. whatever D. journey D. dawn

第三部分 阅读理解(共 15 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的 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) Maja Kazazic looked closely down into the aquarium(水族馆). For two years, she’d been watching the injured dolphin named Winter swim around the tank. From a distance, the dolphin seemed approachable enough. Still, as Kazazic prepared to jump into the water, a little panic gradually came into her excitement. The young woman eased herself into the pool. Despite her fear, she felt strong wearing her
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new leg. She was ready to make good on a promise from long ago. In second grade in Mostar, Yugoslavia, Kazazic’s five-year-old cousin, Jasmina, died of leukemia(白血病). Kazazic swore that she would honor the little girl by swimming with a dolphin, an animal they both adored. ―Jasmina never got the chance to do it,‖ says Kazazic, 32, ―so I decided that someday I’d do it for her.‖ In 1993, during the Bosnian civil war, 16-year-old Kazazic was badly injured. Her left leg was cut off just below the knee and was brought to the United States for treatment. A few months later, Kazazic received her first artificial leg. Because her right leg was also damaged, walking was still very painful. Nonetheless, she managed to graduate from a local high school. After receiving a BA in psychology, she moved to Florida’s Gulf Coast. She liked watching the dolphins play at the aquarium. A young dolphin, Winter, who had lost her tail in a crab trap, caught Kazazic’s eye: ―She swam more like a shrimp(虾) than a dolphin.‖ After one doctor’s visit, trainers fit Winter with a high-tech tail. When it was done, Winter swam away fast. Kazazic was impressed. She approached the trainers, who put her in touch with the inventors. Within ten days, she had a new leg and she could walk without pain again. Eight months later, Kazazic was ready to keep the promise she had made in honor of Jasmina. ―After being in a war zone, this should be a piece of cake,‖ Kazazic said as she lowered herself into the tank. She held out a hand to Winter, who approached cautiously, and then moved away. After a few minutes, the dolphin let Kazazic move her hand gently over her back. The two started an hour-long swim around the pool. When Kazazic climbed out, her parents hugged her. She would have shouted with joy had she not been aware of dolphins’ sensitivity to noise. Instead she quietly said, ―I felt I owed somebody something, and now I’ve paid my debt.‖ Out in the parking lot, she got into her car and shouted loudly and happily all the way. 46. Which is the correct order of the following events? a. Kazazic was brought to the USA for treatment. b. Kazazic’s five-year-old cousin, Jasmina, died of leukemia. c. Kazazic swam with a dolphin named Winter. d. Kazazic’s left leg was cut off below the knee. e. Kazazic had a new leg and could walk without pain. A. b,d,c,a,e B. b,d,a,e,c C. d,a,e,c,b D. b,a,d,e,c 47. Which of the following sentences BEST indicates Kazazic is a woman who keeps her word? A. Despite her fear, she felt strong wearing her new leg. (Paragraph 2) B. … ―so I decided that someday I’d do it for her.‖ (Paragraph 3) C. ―I felt I owed somebody something, and now I’ve paid my debt.‖ (Paragraph 7) D. ―After being in a war zone, this should be a piece of cake,‖…(Paragraph 7) 48. Which of the following would be the best title for the passage? A. A new life of a disabled dolphin B. An earnest promise of a disabled woman
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C. The true love between a woman and her cousin D. A good relationship between a woman and a dolphin (B) Stopping teens from smoking is a big challenge many communities face today. Many communities can only watch without being able to act while local businesses continue to sell tobacco products to children, even under the risk of punishment by law. Recent studies show that a large percentage of teens today are getting their cigarettes from stores, mostly gas stations or convenience stores. As teens continue to be able to buy their own cigarettes, more and more communities begin to punish those who sell cigarettes to the teens. One community has experienced success in their attempts to stop the sale of tobacco products to children. Woodridge, Illinois, started a program seven years ago which forbade and strictly punished the sale of tobacco products to children. The entire program includes local licensing of vendors (小贩), repeated undercover inspections to see if the sale to children has stopped, and education programs in schools. Woodridge has become a model community as other communities are moving to stop teen tobacco use. A recent national study showed that 36.5% of females, and 40.8% of males buy their cigarettes from stores, whether it is a gas station or a supermarket. Hopefully, as more and more sellers see the trouble they face if caught selling to children, they will stop selling. True, tightening down on stores that sell tobacco to children isn’t going to completely stop the problem of teen tobacco use. Teens continue to get them from other sources. But it definitely does prevent their efforts. With more education in schools, and perhaps stronger punishments for teens caught with tobacco, more and more teens will see the problems with the tobacco usage, and will stop the habit. 49. To stop teens from smoking, more and more communities are ________. A. punishing those who sell cigarettes to teens more severely B. punishing teens caught with tobacco more severely C. educating those who sell cigarettes about the danger of teen smoking D. stopping the sale of tobacco products in stores 50. Which of the following is NOT a way Woodridge uses to stop tobacco sale to children? A. Local licensing to tobacco sale. B. Repeated undercover inspections. C. Education programs in schools. D. Stronger punishment of teens caught smoking. 51. It can be inferred from the passage that ________. A. teens can only buy cigarettes from gas stations and convenience stores B. more communities have succeeded in stopping teen tobacco use C. More males than females have the habit of smoking in America D. Punishment alone cannot solve the problem of teen tobacco use 52. What attitude does the writer have towards stopping teen tobacco abuse? A. Negative B. Optimistic C. Uncertain D. Uncaring (C) Some scientists say that animals in the oceans are increasingly threatened by noise pollution caused by human beings. The noise that affects sea creatures comes from a number of human activities. It is caused mainly by industrial underwater explosions, ocean drilling, and ship engines. Such noises are
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added to natural sounds. These sounds include the breaking of ice fields, underwater earthquakes, and sounds made by animals themselves. Decibels (分贝) measured in water are different from those measured on land. A noise of one hundred and twenty decibels on land causes pain to human ears. In water, a decibel level of one hundred and ninety-five would have the same effect. Some scientists have proposed setting a noise limit of one hundred and twenty decibels in oceans. They have observed that noises at that level can frighten and confuse whales. A team of American and Canadian scientists discovered that louder noises can seriously injure some animals. The research team found that powerful underwater explosions were causing whales in the area to lose their hearing. This seriously affected the whales' ability to exchange information and find their way. Some of the whales even died. The explosions had caused their ears to bleed and become infected. Many researchers whose work depends on ocean sounds object to a limit of one hundred and twenty decibels.They say such a limit would mean an end to important industrial and scientific research. Scientists do not know how much and what kinds of noises are harmful to ocean animals. However, many scientists suspect that noise is a greater danger than they believed. They want to prevent noises from harming creatures in the ocean. 53. According to the passage, which of the following is increasingly dangerous to sea creatures? A. The man-made noises. B. The noises made by themselves. C. The sound of earthquakes. D. The sound of the ice-breaking. 54. Which of the following is discussed in the third paragraph? A. Different places with different types of noises. B. The very human ears sensitive to all types of noises. C. The same noise measured differently on land and in the ocean. D. The ocean animals' reaction to noises. 55. As to the influence of noises on whales, which of the following statements is true? A. They are deaf to noises. B. Noises at a certain level may hurt them. C. They are easily confused by noises. D. Noises will limit their ability to reproduce. 56. According to the passage, what will scientists most probably do in the future? A. They will try their best to decrease noise. B. They will work hard to cut down noise pollution. C. They will study the effect of different noises. D. They will protect animals from harmful noises. (D) Last week, while visiting my dad with my daughter, we went to a restaurant for dinner. When we were seated, my dad asked the waitress if there were any soldiers eating at the restaurant. Then waitress said there was a soldier having dinner with his friend. My dad told the waitress to tell the soldier and his friend that their dinner was paid for! He also said that he did not want to be known as the benefactor(施主). Then waitress later commented on my dad’s thoughtful behavior saying that she had never
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seen anything like this before. At a local college, she had studied opera and so she used this to thank my dad by performing a piece from The Pearl Fisherman. Her voice brought me to tears because it sounded perfect! After a while, the soldier appeared at our table (I don’t know how he knew my dad paid the bill for him.) and said that he would be sent to the front the next morning and that he could not leave this country without saying ―thanks‖ to my dad. My dad replied that it was he who wanted to say ―thanks‖. They shook hands as the soldier left. Before we left, the waitress came by again. She did a magic show as another way to show her ―thanks‖ to my dad. Her show was really great. My dad left her a note with email address asking for her next performance time in addition to a $ 50 tip. Everyone witnessed something exemplary(可作榜样的) in the human spirit that night. I can only hope to see more of this in the future. 57.My dad offered help to the soldier and his friend in the restaurant probably because________. A. he wanted to thank them for all they had done B. he wanted to know more about them C. he wanted the waitress to thank him D. he wanted the soldiers to know his kindness 58. The waitress performed The Pearl Fisherman in the restaurant because____. A. she was asked to perform to the guests B. she wanted to show off her wonderful skills C. she wanted to show her respect and thanks to the author’s dad D. she wanted to attract more and more guests 59. What did the soldier do in response to the author’s father’s kindness? A. He gave something to author’s dad. B. He gave a big tip to the waitress. C. He said thanks to the author’s dad in person. D. He did a magic show for the author and her father. 60. The passage mainly tells us that we should ___ _. A. learn to be grateful to others B. find ways to thank others C. try to learn from each other D. respect soldiers and waitresses 第二卷(两部分,共 45 分) 第四部分 任务型阅读(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 请认真阅读下面短文,并根据所读内容在文章后表格中的空格里填入最适当的单词。注 意:每空一个单词。 Brief History of the World’s Fair World’s Fairs originated in the French tradition of national exhibitions, a tradition that ended with the French Industrial Exposition of 1844 held in Paris. It was soon followed by other national exhibitions in continental Europe, and finally came to London where the first real international exhibition was held. Since their start in 1851, the character of world expositions has developed gradually. Three eras (年代)can be distinguished: the era of industrialization, the era of cultural exchange, and the era of nation branding.
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Industrialization (1851–1938) The first era could be called the era of industrialization and covered the period from 1851 to 1938. In these days, world expositions were especially focused on trade and famous for the display of technological inventions and advancements. World expositions were the platform where the state of the art in science and technology from around the world was brought together. Inventions such as the telephone were first presented during this era. An important part of the image of World’s Fairs stems from this first era. Cultural exchange (1939–1991) The 1939 New York World’s Fair and the 1949 Stockholm World’s Fair were different from the original focus of the expositions. From then on, World’s Fairs became more strongly based on a specific theme of cultural significance, and began to address issues of humankind. Technology and inventions remained important, but no longer as the principal subjects of the Fair. Cross-cultural dialogue and the exchange of solutions became defining elements of the expos. It was also during this time, specifically in the 1960s, that BIE organizers started calling World’s Fairs ―Expo’s‖. Nation branding (1992–present) From Expo’88 in Brisbane onwards, countries started to use World Expositions more widely and more strongly as a platform to improve their national images through their pavilions(展馆). Finland, Japan, Canada, France and Spain are cases in point. A large study by Tjaco Walvis called ―Expo 2000 Hanover in Numbers‖ showed that improving national images was the primary participation goal for 73% of the countries at Expo 2000. In a world where a strong national image is a key asset(财产), pavilions became advertising campaigns, and the Expo a channel for nation branding. As well as cultural and symbolic reasons, organizing countries (and the cities and regions hosting them) also use the world exposition to brand themselves. Future expositions 2017 will see a recognized exposition. Bidding may begin as early as 2012 for this smaller-sized exposition. Already, Edmonton, Alberta and Canada have voted to go on with the second stage of putting together a bid for Edmonton EXPO 2017. 2020 will see a registered category of exposition. Bidding may begin as early as 2011 for this larger sized exposition. There are citizen efforts in American cities with the intention of bringing a World’s Fair back to the United States. Paragraph Outline The(61) of World’s Fairs Supporting Details ●The idea of World’s Fairs came from the French tradition. ●Later the tradition was replaced by the French Industrial Exposition of 1844 held in Paris. ●The world expositions were especially fixed on trade and known for the (62) of technological inventions. ●The world expositions created a platform for countries to present inventions.
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Industrialization (1851–1938)

●In this era, an important image of World’s Fairs came into (63) .

●The focus of World’s Fairs (64) from the original one and became more theme-based. Cultural exchange ●World’s Fairs were of more (65)significance and started to deal with (1939–1991) the problems of mankind. ●(66) technology and inventions were still important, they were no longer regarded as the principal subjects. ●World Expos began to be used more widely and strongly as a platform Nation branding for countries to improve national (67) . (1992–present) ●73% of the countries (68) in Expo 2000 used it as a channel for nation branding. ●(69) cultural and symbolic reasons, organizing countries made use of the World Expos to promote themselves. ●2017 will see a recognized exposition and 2020 will see a registered (70) World’s Fairs category of exposition. American citizens are making efforts to bring a World’s Fair back to their country.

第五部分 字词句篇 第一节 教材单词拼写(中文提示,共 5 小题;每题 1 分,满分 5 分)写出一个意义和形 式都正确的单词。 71.She said that someone must have been spying on us in the washroom, but I didn’t believe her . (解释) 72.As a business development (顾问), I’m often seen as being against the environment. 73.There are two ways in which a plant or an animal can be (从基因上) modified. 74.That’s for sure. Practicing is the only way to (保证) a successful performance. 75.We can clone a cow so that it will produce (高品质的) milk. 第二节 新概念单词拼写(提供首字母或中文,共 5 题;每题 1 分,满分 5 分)写出一个 意义和形式都正确的单词。 76. Despite the new tunnel, there are still a few people who __ (莽撞地,冒失地) attempt to cross the Pass on foot 77. Cats never fail to (使着迷,吸引住) human beings. 78. The city at one time must have been p__ ___,for it enjoyed a high level of civilization. 79. Editors of newspapers and magazines often go to e__ ____ to provide their readers with unimportant facts and statistics. 80. They can be friendly and a___ ____ towards humans, but they lead mysterious lives of their own as well.
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第三节 句型转换(按要求改写句子,共 5 题;每题 1 分,满分 5 分) 81.She lay under the building for almost three days because she was trapped there. (使用非谓语 形式,改写为一个简单句) . 82.When he traveled on the plane like this, he kept the tortoise hidden in a blanket. (使用非谓语 形式,改写为一个简单句) . 83. If I had not followed my teacher ’s advice, I would have failed this exam.(用介词短语改写 成一个简单句,保持句意不变)。 84. His house is three times as big as his father’s. (不要用 big 的原形词, 用其它表示倍数的方 式改写句子)。 85. We need better ways to preserve the environment and still allow our country to grow. (使用 一个名词性从句,改写句子并保持句意不变)。 第四节 书面表达(满分 20 分。其中 5 分为书写工整美观)字数 150 左右。 翻译下文,使用不少于 2 个定语从句,一个名词性从句,两个非谓语短语 How the body works? 我们可以将身体看做一个学校,默默地发挥着作用。 在学校的顶端是校长,即众所周知的大脑。这是控制所有其他器官的器官,就像校长控制 整个学校。在此之后是心脏(heart),这像一位教师。这个器官将血液泵到全身,于是血液 运行良好。着类似于教师教给学生的知识。 接下来是肝脏(liver) ,这是唯一的能够再生 自己的器官。它有助于清洁血液。这类似于学生从教师那儿获取的知识。学生总是与新发 现的知识共同成长。肺(lungs)是使用我们呼吸的氧气的器官。可以将氧气(oxygen)视为 我们在学校的生活。胃(stomach)非常有用,因为它储存我们吃的食物一直到我们能够恰当 地消化它。这类似于学习过程。我们储存信息为了以后的复习,所以这个器官类似于我们 的笔记本。肾(kidneys)是去除血液中的废弃物并产生尿液(urine)的器官。他们就像照 看我们学校的清洁工、修理工和安全员(security guards)。 现在你应该明白我们的学校生活与我们的身体是多么的相似,我们应该将二者照料好。

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