西安市第一中学 2015-2016 学年度第一学期第二次月考 高二英语试题 第一卷
第一部分 听力 第一节（共 5 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 5 分） 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有一个小题，从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选 项中选出最佳选项，并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后，你都有 10 秒钟 的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 1. What does the woman want to do? A. Find a place. A. Repair her car. A. A new professor. A. Quite difficult. A. Weather. B. Buy a map. B. Give her a ride. B. A department head. B. Very interesting. B. Clothes. C. Get an address. C. Pick up her aunt. C. A company director. C. Too simple. C. News. 2. What will the man do for the woman? 3. Who might Mr. Peterson be? 4. What does the man think of the book? 5. What are the speakers talking about? 第二节（共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 分) 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，各小题给出 5 秒钟的做答时 间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第6段材料，回答第6、7题。 6. Why is Harry unwilling to join the woman? A. He has a pain in his knee. B. He wants to watch TV. C. He is too lazy. 7. What will the woman probably do next? A. Stay at home. B. Take Harry to hospital. C. Do some exercise. 听第7段材料，回答第8、9题。 8. When will the man be home from work? A. At 5:45. B. At 6:15. C. At 6:50. 9. Where will the speakers go? A. The Green House Cinema.
B. The New State Cinema. C. The UME Cinema. 听第8段材料，回答第10至12题。 10. How will the speakers go to New York? A. By air. A. For business. B. By taxi. B. For shopping. C. By bus. C. For holiday. 11. Why are the speakers making the trip? 12. What is the probable relationship between the speakers? A. Driver and passenger. B. Husband and wife. C. Fellow workers. 听第9段材料，回答第13至16题。 13. Where does this conversation probably take place? A. In a restaurant. A. He's a trainer. A. $10,500. A. Four. B. In an office. C. In a classroom. 14. What does John do now? B. He's a tour guide. C. He's a college student. B. $12,000. B. Three. C. $15, 000. C. Two. 15. How much can a new person earn for the first year? 16. How many people will the woman hire? 听第10段材料，回答第17至20题。 17. How long has the speaker lived in a big city? A. One year. A. It's comfortable. A. It's safer. A. Busy. B. Ten years. B. It's time-saving. B. It's healthier. B. Colourful. C. Eighteen years. C. It's cheap. C. It's more convenient. C. Quiet. 18. What is the speaker's opinion on public transport? 19. What is good about living in a small town? 20. What kind of life does the speaker seem to like most? 第二部分：阅读理解 （共两节，满分 30 分） 第一节： （共 10 小题，每小题 2 分，满分 20 分） 阅读下面两篇短文，从每小题后所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳 选项。并在答题卡上将该选项涂黑。 A How I Turned to Be Optimistic I began to grow up that winter night when my parents and I were returning from my aunt’s house, and my mother said that we might soon be leaving for America. We
were on the bus then. I was crying, and some people on the bus were turning around to look at me. I remember that I could not bear the thought of never hearing again the radio program for school children to which I listened every morning. I do not remember myself crying for this reason again. In fact, I think I cried very little when I was saying goodbye to my friends and relatives. When we were leaving I thought about all the places I was going to see—the strange and magical places I had known only from books and pictures. The country I was leaving never to come back was hardly in my head then. The four years that followed taught me the importance of optimism, but the idea did not come to me at once. For the first two years in New York I was really lost—having to study in three schools as a result of family moves. I did not quite know what I was or what I should be. Mother remarried, and things became even more complex for me. Some time passed before my stepfather and I got used to each other. I was often sad, and saw no end to “the hard times” ． My responsibilities in the family increased a lot since I knew English better than everyone else at home. I wrote letters, filled out forms, translated at interviews with Immigration officers, took my grandparents to the doctor and translated there, and even discussed telephone bills with company representatives. From my experiences I have learned one important rule：almost all common troubles eventually go away！Something good is certain to happen in the end when you do not give up, and just wait a little！I believe that my life will turn out all right, even though it will not be that easy. 21．Upon leaving for America the author felt ________. A．confused B．excited C．worried D．amazed
22．For the first two years in New York, the author ________. A．often lost her way C．studied in three different schools B．did not think about her future D．got on well with her stepfather
23．What can we learn about the author from Paragraph 4? A．She worked as a translator.
B．She attended a lot of job interviews. C．She paid telephone bills for her family. D．She helped her family with her English. 24．The author believes that ________. A．her future will be free from troubles B．it is difficult to learn to become patient C．there are more good things than bad things D．good things will happen if one keeps trying B I was 9 years when I found out my father was ill. It was 1994, but I can remember my mother's words as if it were yesterday, “Kerrel, I don't want you to take food from your father, because he has AIDS. Be very careful when you are around him.” AIDS wasn't something we talked about in my country when I was growing up. From then on, I knew that this would be a family secret. My parents were not together anymore, and my dad lived alone. For a while, he could take care of himself. But when I was 12, his condition worsened. My father's other children lived far away, so it fell to me to look after him. We couldn't afford all the necessary medical care for him, and because Dad was unable to work. I would sit in class feeling completely lost, the teacher's words muffled as I tried to figure out how I was going to manage. I did not share my burden with anyone. I had seen how people reacted to AIDS. Kids laughed at classmates who had parents with the disease. And even adults could be cruel. When my father was moved to the hospital, the nurses would leave his food on the bedside table, even though he was too weak to feed himself. I had known that he was going to die, but after so many years of keeping his condition a secret, I was completely unprepared when he reached his final days. Sad and hopeless, I called a woman at the nonprofit National AIDS Support. That day, she kept me on the phone for hours. I was so lucky to find someone who cared. She saved my life.
I was 15 when my father died. He took his secret away with him, having never spoken about AIDS to anyone, even me. He didn't want to call attention to AIDS. I do. 25. What does Kerrel tell us about her father? A. He had stayed in the hospital since he fell ill. B. He depended on the nurses in his final days. C. He worked hard to pay for his medication. D. He told no one about his disease. 26. What can we learn from the underlined sentence? A. Kerrel couldn't understand her teacher. B. Kerrel had special difficulty in hearing. C. Kerrel was too troubled to pay attention to the lesson. D. Kerrel was too tired and angry to hear her teacher's words. 27. Why did Kerrel write the passage? A. To tell people about the sufferings of her father. B. To show how little people knew about AIDS. C. To draw people's attention to AIDS. D. To remember her father. C Drinking Water: Bottled or From the Tap? In America, people will include a case or two of bottled water when buying the week's groceries. When they are going to a soccer game or activity, it's common for them to grab a cold bottle of water out of the fridge with them． In fact, Americans buy more bottled water than any other nation in the world, about 29 billion bottles a year． But all these plastic bottles use a lot of fossil fuels and pollute the environment． In order to make all the 29 billion bottles, producers use 17 million barrels of crude oil, which is enough to keep a million cars going for 12 months． So why don't people drink water straight from the tap? Some people have a strong belief that bottled water is better than water out of the tap, but that's not necessarily true．In the US, the local governments make sure water from the tap is safe．There is also growing concern that chemicals in the bottles themselves may go into the water．
People love the convenience of bottled water．But maybe if they realized the problems it causes, they would try drinking from a glass at home or carrying water in a reusable steel container instead of plastic． Some argue that plastic bottle recycling can help．Recycled bottles can be turned into items like carpeting or clothing ． Unfortunately, only one in six bottles is recycled ． The rest make it to landfills （垃圾填埋场） or end as trash in other places．Plastic bottles take hundreds of years for them to disintegrate． Water is important for you, so keep drinking it． But think about how often you use water bottles, and see if you can make a change． And yes, you can make a difference．Remember this: Recycling one plastic bottle can save enough energy to power a 60-watt light bulb for six hours． 28. Why do Americans prefer bottled water? A. Bottled water is better than water from the tap． B. Bottled water is cheaper than water from the tap． C. Bottled water contains beneficial chemicals in it． D. Bottled water is more convenient than water from the tap． 29. What does the underlined word "disintegrate" in the fifth paragraph probably mean_____ . A. Be well recycled． C. Break into small pieces． B. Become less poisonous． D. Go down below a surface．
30. The author's intention of writing this passage is to recommend Americans_____. A. drink more water from the tap B. send plastic bottles to landfills C. use water bottles to power light bulls. D. buy bottles filled with water from the tap 第二节（共 5 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 10 分） 根据短文内容，从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有 两项为多余选项。 The Internet has opened up a whole new online world for us to meet, chat and go where we've
never been before. But just as in face- to- face communication, there are some rules of behavior that should be followed when on line. __31__ Imagine how you'd feel if you were in the other person's shoes. For anything you're about to send: ask yourself, “Would I say this to the person's face？” if the answer is no, rewrite and reread. __32__ If someone in the chat room is rude to you, your instinct (本能) is to fire back in the same manner. But try not to do so. __33__ (logic flow) If it was caused by a disagreement with another member, try to fix the situation by politely discussing it. Remember to respect the beliefs and opinions of others in the chat room. __34__ Offer advice when asked by newcomers, as they may not be sure what to do or how to communicate. When someone makes a mistake, whether it's a stupid question or an unnecessarily long answer, be kind about it. If it's a small mistake, you may not need to say anything. Even if you feel strongly about it, think twice before saying anything. Having good manners yourself doesn't give you license to correct everyone else. __35__ At the same time, if you find you are wrong, be sure to correct yourself and apologize to those that you have offended. It is not polite to ask others personal questions such as their age, sex and marital status. Unless you know the person very well, and you are both comfortable with sharing personal information, don't ask such questions. A. It's natural that there are some people who speak rudely or make mistakes online. B. Repeat the process till you feel sure that you'd feel comfortable saying the words to the person's face.
C. Everyone was new to the network once. D. The basic rule is simple: treat others in the same way you would want to be treated. E. When you send short messages to a person online, you must say something beautiful to hear. F. You should either ignore the person, or use your chat software to block their messages. G. If you do decide to tell someone about a mistake, point it out politely. 第三部分：英语知识运用 第一节： 完形填空 （ 共 20 小题 ； 每小题 1 分， 满分 20 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。 Elizabeth Clay decided to go home and spend the holiday with her parents. The next day she drove her old car home along the road. ___36____ she found she got a flat. The 22-year-old student ___37___ to stop her car by the side of the road in the winter night and opened the trunk. No ___38___ tire. At this time, a car ___39___. Paul and Diane told Clay to ___40___ them to a service station near their ___41___. They arrived to see that it had no suitable tires to ___42___ with her car. "Follow us home," said Paul. The couple called around to find a tire, No ___43___. They decided to let her use their own car. "Here," Paul said, handing Clay a ___44___ of keys, "Take our car. We ___45___ be using it over the holiday." Clay was ___46___. "But I'm going all the way to South Carolina, and I'll be gone for two weeks," she ___47___ them. "We know," Paul said. "We'll be ___48___ when you get back. Here's our number if you need to ___49___ us." Unable to believe her eyes, Clay watched as the ___50___ put her luggage into their car and then ___51___ her off. Two weeks later she ___52___ to find her old car cleaned inside and out with three new tires and the radio ___53___. "Thank you so much," she said. "How much do I ___54___ you?" "Oh, no," Paul said, "we don't want any money. It's our ___55___." Clay realized that while it might have been their pleasure, it was now her duty to pass on their "do unto others" spirit. 36. A. Suddenly B. Finally C. Immediately D. Fortunately
37. A. afforded 38. A. spare 39. A. passed 40. A. help 41. A. garage 42. A. agree 43. A. way 44. A. set 45. A. can't 46. A. satisfied 47. A. persuaded 48. A. happy with 50. A. repairmen 51. A. sent 52. A. shocked 53. A. loaded 54. A. owe 55. A. wish
B. wanted B. free B. stopped B. push B. house B. match B. message B. number B. shouldn't B. worried B. advised B. here
C. allowed C. full C. paused C. take C. shop C. go C. success C. pair C. mustn't C. astonished C. reminded C. away
D. managed D. empty D. started D. follow D. hotel D. deal D. luck D. chain D. won't D. disturbed D. promised D. busy D. put in touch D. couple D. drove D. came D. rebuilt D. offer D. pleasure
49. A. get in touch with B. keep in touch with C. be in touch with B. cleaners B. shook B. happened B. fixed B. lend B. job C. friends C. watched C. returned C. tied C. give C. duty
第二节 英语知识运用（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） 阅读下面材料，在空白处填入适当的内容（1 个单词）或括号内单词的正确形 式。 Thanksgiving Day was near. The first grade teacher gave her class ____56____ fun assignment --- to draw a picture of something for ____57____ they were thankful. Most of the class would celebrate the holiday with turkey and other traditional goodies of the season. These, the teacher thought, would be the themes of most of her students’ art. And they were. Douglas made a different kind of picture, __58___. When asked to draw a picture of something for which he was thankful, he drew a hand. Nothing else. Just an ___59_____ hand. His abstract image captured the imagination of his peers. Whose hand could it be? One child guessed it was the hand of a farmer, because farmers raise turkeys. __60____ suggested a police officer’s, because the police protect and care ___61____ people. Still others guessed it was the hand of God, for God feeds us. And so the discussion went ---- until the teacher almost forgot the young artist himself.
When the children had gone on to other assignments, she stopped at Douglas’ desk, bent down, and asked him __62__ hand it was. The little boy looked away and said, “it’s yours, teacher.” She recalled the times she had taken his hand and walked with him here or there, as she had the other students. How often had she said, “Take my hand, Douglas, we’ll go outside.” Or, “let me show you how to hold your pencil,” Or, “Let’s do this together.” Douglas was most thankful ___63____ his teacher’s hand. Brushing aside a tear, she went on with her work. The story speaks of more than ____64_____. It says something about teachers teaching and parents parenting and friends showing friendship, and how much it means to the Douglas of the world. They might not always say thanks, __65___ they’ll remember the hand that reaches out. 第四部分 写作 第一节 短文改错（ 共 10 小题 ； 满分 10 分） 文中共有 10 处语言错误，每句中最多有两处。错误涉及一个单词的增加、删除 或修改。 增加：在缺词处加一个漏字符号（∧），并在其下面写出该加的词。 删除：把多余的词作斜线（\）划掉。 修改：在错的词下划一横线 （_____），并在该词下面写出修改后的词。 注意：1．每处错误及其修改均仅限一词；2．只允许修改 10 处 (从第 11 处起不 计分) How are you? Today I’ve got a wonderful news to tell you. I have offered a scholarship at a university in Australia for my further education . One hundred and twenty students took exam for it, but only a few was chosen and I was one of them. However, my parents are not happy about it . They are strong against me going there. They say it is too far away that they will not see me for a whole year and they are afraid I will feel lonely. They can't imagine a girl so young live alone. They advise me to study in the capital instead. But I’ll be able to continue living with them. How can I persuade them to receive the fact which I have grown up? Best Wishes Jane
第二节 书面表达 （共 1 题；满分 10 分） 近期， 西安及北方多地频频发生雾霾天气，对人们的生活和健康造成了很大 的影响，作为一名青少年，请你就如何保护环境、减少雾霾天气，以学生会的名 义发出一个倡议。
要点：1、环保越来越受到人们的关注； 2、工业的发展及太多车辆造成了空气污染； 3、应采取的措施 注意：词数不少于 100 字（格式已给出，不计入总词数） My fellow students,__________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ ________ __________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________
听力答案：1-5 ABCBA 6-7 BC 8-9 AC 10-12 AAC 13-16 BCAC 17-20 BCAB 阅读理解部分： 第一节：A) 21-24 BCDD 第二节：31．D 32.B B) 25-27 DCC 35.G C) 28-30 DCA
36-40 ADABD 41-45 BCDAD 46-50 CCBAD 51-55 ACBAD Key: 56. a 57 which 58. though 59. empty 60. Another 61. for / about 62. whose 63. for 64.thankfulness 65.but Keys: 去 掉 a; have^—have been; exam—exams 或 the exam; was—were; strong—strongly; too—so; live—living; But -then/And; receive-accept; which--that 范文： My fellow students, recently, the haze weather hit the north of China over and over again, which had a great effect on people’s life and health. As a result, people are becoming more and more concerned about our environment. As we all know, it’s the development of industry and heavy traffic that have caused air pollution. So as a teenager, I think we should take some measures to protect our environment. On one hand, we’d better launch a campaign to raise people’s awareness of environment protection. Also we can hold a speech contest about protecting environment to stress the importance of living a low-carbon life. On the other hand, do what we can to influence people around us to go to work or school on foot or by bike. As far as I’m concerned, every small step we take really counts. So please remember: together, individuals can make a difference.
2015年12月英语月考 听力原文： Text 1 W: Excuse me. This is the address. How do I find it? M: Right. You'll need a street map. Here's one, and I'll show you where it is. Text 2 W: Oh my! My car broke down, and I have to meet my aunt at the railway station before noon. M: You're lucky. I can drop you off on my way. Text 3 W: Did you hear that Mr. Peterson is coming next week, Gordon? M: Yes, so I called all the department heads to my office this morning. We need to give him
reports on our program. Text 4 W: I hope you like the book I lent you. I wasn't sure if you'd be interested. M: I had the same doubt at first. But once I started, I simply couldn't put it down. Text 5 W: What is going on? It's May, and we still have to wear warm clothes. M: Well, there's some good news on the radio. You probably can wear shorts tomorrow. Text 6 W: Harry, let's play some ping-pong today. M: I'd love to play a set or two, but my right arm hurts. I've decided to stop playing ping-pong until it feels better. W: Well, how about going skating? M: I'd like to, but my knee hurts, too. W: Harry, stop making excuses! You're just lazy. M: No, I'm not! You know, there's a basketball match on TV today. Let's just stay home and watch it. W: OK. You stay, and I'll play with Helen. Text 7 W: What do you want to do tonight? M: How about going to the cinema? I should be home from work at 5:45. Then we can go out and eat before we see a film. W: What do you want to see? M: There's a good art film at the Green House Cinema. W: Let's see?it starts at 6:15. I don't think we can get there in time to see the beginning. How about the action film at the New State Cinema? It starts at 6:50. Perhaps the 7:00 one at the UME Cinema is even better. It stars Jackie Chan. M: OK, that's fine. I like him, too. Text 8 M: Hey, Lucy. Do you have some time to talk about next week's trip with me? W: Sure, Dave. M: OK. So, we're leaving on Monday from Hartsfield International Airport, and returning on Friday. Do we take ourselves to the airport? Maybe we need to book a taxi, or just go by bus. W: No, we don't have to. The company car will pick us up and take us there. M: Oh, that's good. When? W: Our flight leaves at 11:00 a.m., so they should pick us up between 8:00 and 9:00 a.m. Besides, the company pays for our trip, including hotel and food. M: How much will that be?
W: Well, New York is a pretty expensive city. So, each of us will get $200 a day. M: Oh, OK. Thanks for telling me that. W: You're welcome. Text 9 W: Please sit down. Let's see?you're Mr. Smith. Is that correct? M: Yes. John Smith. W: And you're interested in this job? M: Yes, I am. I'll graduate from college the coming June. My major is Chinese. W: I see. Have you ever done any work in this field? M: Yes, I used to be a tour guide for Chinese travellers. W: Good. Now, how much money do you expect to have for a year? M: From what I've read, it seems that a starting pay would be around $12,000 a year. W: Here, you would start at $10,500 for the first year?a kind of training period. Then you would go to $15,000. M: That sounds fair enough. What do you think are the chances for me to get a job here? W: Well, I'm talking to three people today and four tomorrow. We'll be hiring two people. You'll hear from us sometime next month. Good luck! And thanks for coming in today. Text 10 M: Well, I'd love to share with you my personal opinions on city life and life in small towns. I grew up in a small town until I was 18 and then moved to a big city, so I have experienced the good and bad sides of both. I never thought that I would like living in a big city, but I was wrong. After ten years of living in one, I can't imagine ever living in a small town again. Surely small towns and big cities both have some problems in terms of transport. In a small town, you have to own a car to make life comfortable. You can't get around without one because there isn't any kind of public transport. Big cities generally have heavy traffic and expensive parking, but there you have a choice of taking public transport, which is cheaper than driving. So, if you don't have a car, you'd better live in the city. I also love the exciting life in big cities. I can always enjoy a lot of films, concerts, and other wonderful shows. However, these things are not common in small towns. The final thing I like about large cities is that you can meet different kinds of people. However, you seldom find such a variety of people in a smaller town. I think that living in an area where everyone was just like me would quickly become dull. Of course, safety should be considered, and that's one area where small towns are better than big cities. Still, I would rather be a bit more careful and live in a large city than to feel safe but dull.