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江苏省邗江中学 2015-2016 学年度第二学期 高二英语期中考试
第 I 卷 (三部分共 85 分) 第一部分:听力(20 分) 第一节听下面 5 段对话。每段对话仅读一遍。 1. What might prevent the woman buying the table? A. Its quality.B. Its price. C. Its design. 2.

Who planted the trees? A. The woman. B. Henry. C. Someone else. 3. What happened to the woman? A. She got fired today. B. She got promoted last week. C. She was fooled by the man. 4. What did the man do? A. He gave the woman the wrong information. B. He put the sugar in the black c ontainer. C. He added salt to his coffee. 5. How long is a day on Mars? A. Less than 24 hours. B. 24 hours and 37 minutes. C. 37 hours. 第二节听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第 6 段材料,回答第 6 至 8 题。 6. What do we know about the woman’s document? A. It’s about 30000 words long. B. It’s written in English. C. It’s a textbook. 7. Which language is the most difficult according to the man? A. Arabic. B. Spanish. C. English. 8. What does the woman decide to do? A. Translate the document herself. B. Hire the man to do the translation. C. Look for another translator. 听第 7 段材料,回答第 9、10 题。 9. Why does the woman call the man? A. To place an ad in the newspaper. B. To ask about something for sale. C. To find out about a TV program. 10. When will the speakers meet this afternoon? A. At 2:00. B. At 3:00. C. At 4:00. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 11 至 13 题。 11. Why was the man disappointed? A. C hina lost the match. B. China did not play well.


C. The other team made too many mistakes. 12. What did the woman enjoy most about the match? A. The passion of the sport. B. The skill of the players. C. The close score of the game. 13. What did the man say about China’s women’s team in the next Olympics? A. China will surely win a gold medal. B. China will definitely lose to good teams. C. China should hope for a bronze medal. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 14 至 17 题。 14. Where does the conversation take place? A. In the woman’s. B. In the hospital. C. In an office. 15. What was the purpose of the meeting? A. To find out why the woman’s recent work was poor. B. To ask about the woman’s family. C. To fire the woman. 16. What happened to the woman’s mother? A. She was seriously sick. B. She had a car accident. C. She died of stomach cancer. 17. What was Mr. Travers’ attitude to the woman in the end? A. He was angry. B. He was critical. C. He was kind. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 18 至 20 题。 18. Where was Brandon last seen? A. In the frozen foods section.B. In the sporting goods section. C. In the toys section. 19. What is Brandon wearing? A. A white shirt and a red baseball cap.B. Blue jeans and a black baseball cap. C. A dark shirt and blue jeans. 20. What should guests do if they see the boy? A. Call the security department. B. Take him to the Pizza Hut. C. Help him to reach the security desk. 第二部分英语知识运用 (共两节, 满分 35 分) 第一节 单项填空 (共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 21. Beijing’s bid for ______2022 Winter Olympics has driven public enthusiasm for winter sports to ______ new heights. A. a; the B. /; / C. the; / D. /; the 22. In my home breakfast is ________ at 7 o’clock, which has ________ unchanged for 20 years.

A. ordered; lasted B. served; remained C. served; appeared D. ordered; developed 23.---How was your recent trip to Qinghai? --- I’ve never had _______ one. A. a pleasant B. the most pleasant C. a more pleasant D. a most pleasant 24. Looking at the video, the boy had no ___________ but to admit cheating in the exam and ask the teachers to forgive him. A. possession B. alternative C. commitment D. doubt 25. Rice is one of the world’s most _________ food crops. The success of this grain is due to the plentiful rainfall in the regions where it’s grown. A. abundant B. remote C. specific D. relevant 26. Every year accidents _______ from carelessness while driving result in many deaths. A. rising B. arousing C. raising D. arising 27. Don’t ________ more work than you can do, or you will ________. A. take over; break in B. take on; break down C. take over; break off D. take on; break in 28. Laurence _______ some skills and knowledge of making the statue just by looking at others doing it. A. brought up B. looked up C. set up D. picked up 29. With food and gunpowder ________ short, the soldiers are suffering from hunger and danger of being attacked by the enemies at any time. A. to run B. to be run C. run D. running 30. When a person lives too many hours a day in the digital universe, that is when he or she _____ something. A. has missed B. will miss C. is missing D. misses 31. The French revolution was successful in _________ society of inequality, which had a great effect on many other countries, particularly those in Europe. A. informing B. reminding C. ridding D. robbing 32. ----Are you an English teacher? ----No, but I __________. I used to work in a middle school for two years. A. am B. was C. do D. Will 33. To recognize and respect a country’s own culture does not mean to close the door to others, _____ to stand upon a principle of being superior. A. and it means B. but it means C. neither does it mean D. so does it mean 34. Since the Amish value seeing each other face to face, they ________telephone in their houses A. oppose having B. oppose to have C. against having D. are opposed to have 35. —The T shirt I received is not the same as is shown online. — ________? But I promise you we’ll look into it right away.

A. Who says B. How come C. What for D. Why worry 第二节 完形填空 (共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 请认真阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出最佳选项 Hope in my arms Last year I was invited to participate in a carnival for Tuesday’s Child. An organization that helps children with AIDS. All the children that had __36__ at one particular room could paint a square on a piece of cloth Later the squares would be sewn together to __37__ a quilt.The quilt would be __38__ to a man who had devoted his life to the __39__ and would soon be retiring. The kids were given paints in bright colors and asked to paint something that would make the quilt __40__ . As I looked around at all the __41__, I saw pink hearts, blue clouds, orange sunrises and red flowers. The pictures were all bright and __42__. All except one. One boy was painting a heart, __43__ it was dark and lifeless. It __44__ the bright colors that his fellow artists had used. I asked why. He told me he was very sick and that his __45__ was not ever going to get better. He looked straight into my eyes and said. “There is no __46__ in my life.” I told him I was __47__ and I could understand why he had made his heart a dark color. I told him that even though we couldn’t make him better, we can give __48__, which can really help when you are feeling __49__. I told him that if he would like, I would be happy to give him one. He crawled into my lap. I thought my own heart would __50__ for this sweet little boy. He sat there for a long time. Finally he __51__ down to finish his coloring. As I was getting ready to __52__ home, I felt a tug(猛 拽) on my jacket. Standing there was the little boy, __53__. He said, “My heart is changing __54__. It is getting brighter, I think those hugs really do __55__.”On my way home I felt my own heart. It too had changed to a brighter color. 36. A. behaved B. gathered C. prayed D. hid 37. A. fold B. dry C. spread D. make 38. A. presented B. sold C. rented D. thrown 39. A. education B. ceremony C. organization D. neighborhood 40. A. expensive B. comfortable C. beautiful D. loose 41. A. squares B. colors C. 1ights D. kids 42. A. negative B. puzzling C. abstract D. inspiring 43. A. and B. but C. for D. or 44. A. filled B. contained C. 1acked D. showed 45. A. business B. sickness C. skill D. knowledge 46. A. effect B. loss C. justice D. hope 47. A. sorry B. crazy C. ashamed D. angry

48. A. hugs B. smiles C. prizes D. lessons 49. A. cool B. sad C. energetic D. proud 50. A. choke B. drown C. burst D. wind 51. A. slowed B. fell C. slipped D. jumped 52. A. leave B. stay C. head D. flee 53. A. smiling B. trembling C. weeping D. glaring 54. A. shape B. color C. weight D. temperature 55. A. fit B. hurt C. fail D. work 第三部分 阅读理解 (共 15 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 30 分) (A) Last week I visited one of my old neighborhoods in Washington D.C.I had not been there for twenty years and as I walked along the street, my mind was flooded by memories of the past. I saw the old apartment building where I had lived and the playground where I had played. As I viewed these once familiar surroundings, images of myself as a child there came to mind. However, what I saw and what I remembered were not the same. I sadly realized that the best memories are those left untouched. My old apartment building, as I remember, was bright and alive. It was more than just a place to live. It was a movie house, a space station, or whatever my young mind could imagine. I would steal away with my friends and play in the basement. This was always exciting because it was so cool and dark, and there were so many things there to hide among. There was a small river in the back of the building. We would go there to lie in the shade of trees and enjoy ourselves. However, what I saw was completely different. The apartment building was now in disrepair. What was once more than a place to live looked hardly worth living in. The windows were all broken. The once clean walls were covered with dirty marks. The river was hardly recognizable. The water was polluted and the trees and flowers were all dead. The once sweet-smelling river now smelled terrible. It was really heartbreaking to see all this. I do not regret having seen my old neighborhood. However, I do not think my innocent childhood memories can ever be the same. I suppose it is true when they say, “You can never go home again.” 56. In the first two paragraphs o f the passage the writer tells us that _________. A. he was very imaginative when he was a child B. he came from a very poor neighborhood C. he lived in Washington D.C. for twenty years D. he had pleasant memories of his old neighborhood 57. How did the writer feel when he visited his old neighborhood in Washington D.C.? A. Very sad. B. Quite excited. C. Very regretful. D. Greatly surprised.

58. On his visit to his hometown, the writer found the old apartment bu ilding __________. A. had been repaired B. seemed unfit to live in C. could hardly be recognized D. looked dirty and smelt horrible 59. “You can never go home again” in the last sentence of the passage means that _________. A. a visit to one's hometown will bring back many sad memories B. one should never revisit his hometown after many years of absence C. one will never find his hometown the same as it was in his childhood memory D. a visit to one's hometown will bring back one's pleasant memories of home B Stanley Park Family Fun Children's Farmyard The Children's Farmyard is home to over 200 animals, birds, and reptiles belonging to about 50 different species. The present day Farmyard, built in 1982 and extended in 1993 is built on the original footprint of the Children's Zoo which was established in 1962. Situated on just over one acre of land, two spacious heated barns, outside corrals and yards, and a small stream and pond provide for the comfort of the animals while giving children the opportunity to experience the sights, sounds and smells of a rural environment. Stanley Park Horse-Drawn Tours Horse-drawn carriage rides are a fun, relaxing and educational way to learn about Stanley Park and its surroundings. The one-hour tour departs every 20-30 minutes, daily, rain or shine, March 15 to October 31, from the Horse-Drawn Tour kiosk beside the Information Booth on Park Drive, just off the Georgia Street entrance to Stanley Park. More information is available at www.stanleyparktours.com Traffic School Children aged 5 to 8 can learn the rules of the road at this pint-sized motor course where young drivers use pedal power using miniature traffic signs and stop lights under the supervision of a Vancouver Police Department Officer. Open Monday through Friday early July to late August between 10:30am and 1:30pm. Each session lasts 30 minutes, and is

available on a first-come first-served basis. Groups (maximum 15) can book in advance by calling the West End Community Centre at 604-718-5859. Vancouver Aquarium(水族馆) Long a resident of the park, the Vancouver Aquarium is as educational as it is entertaining. Open daily, it is one of the most visited sites in Stanley Park with an excellent gift shop and café. Hours: Summer: 9:30am-7:00pm; Winter: 9:30am-5:00pm. More information is available on their web site at www.vanaqua.org 60. Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage? A. The Children's Farmyard was originally set up in 1962. B. Each Stanley Park horse-drawn tour lasts one hour. C. School children can learn the rules of the road at Traffic School. D. Children can swim in small stream and pond in the Children's Farmyard. 61. From the pa ssage we may conclude that in Stanley Park ________. A. all the activities are both educational and entertaining B. all the activities are intended for kids only C. the Vancouver Aquarium is the visitors’ favourite D. all the activities can be attended every day 62.If you visit the Stanley Park with your kids at 9:00 March 1st, which activity can you do? A. To visit Children's Farmyard B. To attend Traffic School C. To make Horse-Drawn Tour D. To buy souvenir in the Aquarium 63. It can be inferred from the passage that ________. A. one can only surf the Internet to get detailed information B. children can play with the animals in the Children's Farmyard C. there is a traffic police officer working at the Traffic School D. you can get on a horse-drawn carriage on the Georgia Street ( C ) People laugh and people cry. But it is thought that emotions such as anger, grief or joy, typically make Americans feel uncomfortable and embarrassed. The shedder of tears(落泪者) is likely to apologize, even when a great tragedy was the cause. The observer of tears is likely to do everything possible to put an end to the emotional tears. But judging from recent studies of crying behavior, both those responses to tears are often inappropriate and may even be counterproductive (适得其反). Humans are the only animals clearly known to shed emotional tears. Since evolution has given rise to few purposeless physiological responses, it is logical to assume that crying has one or more functions that increase survival. Although some observers have suggested that crying is a way to ask for assistance

form others (as a crying baby might from its mother), the shedding of tears is hardly necessary to get help. Vo-cal (出声的) cries would have been quite enough, more likely than tears to gain attention. So, it appears that there must be something special about tears themselves. Indeed, the new studies suggest that emotional tears may play a direct role in easing stress. University of Minnesota researchers who are studying the chemical composition of tears have recently separated two important chemicals from emotional tears. Both chemicals are found only in tears that are shed in response to emotion. Tears shed because of exposure to cut onion would contain no such substance. Other researchers are looking into the usefulness of tears as a means of diagnosing human ills and monitoring drugs. At Tulane University’s Teat Analysis Laboratory Dr. Peter Kastl and his colleagues r eport that they can use tears to detect drug abuse, to study the causes of "dry eye" syndrome(综合症) and the effects of eye surgery, and perhaps even to measure exposure to environmental pollutants. 64. What does the phrase "both those responses" in Paragraph 1 refer to? A. Crying out of sorrow and shedding tears for happiness. B. The embarrassment and unpleasant feelings of the observers. C. Linking illness with crying and finding the chemical composition of tears. D. The tear shedder’s apology and the observer’s effort to stop the crying. 65. It is known from the first paragraph that____. A. shedding tears gives unpleasant feelings to Americans B. crying may often result in tragedy C. crying usually wins sympathy from other people D. one who sheds tears in public will be blamed 66. From the passage we can infer that____. A. it is unnatural for people to shed tears B. we can reduce our stress by shedding tears C. shedders of tears can' t get help by crying loudly D. unlike animals, humans can shed tears for survival ( D) She examined him closely, and decided she liked him much better now, dressed up in a beautiful coat, with a fine feather on top of his hat. And, she named him Feathertop. She looked at Feathertop and laughed with happiness. He is a beauty, she thought. "Now what?" she thought, feeling troubled again. She felt that Feathertop looked too good to be a scarecrow. "He can do something better," she thought, "than just stand near the corn all summer and scare the crows." And she decided on another plan for Feathertop.

She took the pipe of tobacco she was smoking and put it into the mouth of Feathertop. "Puff, darling, puff," she said to Feathertop. "Puff away, my fine fellow. It is your life." Smoke started to rise from Feathertop's mouth. At first, it was just a little smoke, but Feathertop worked hard, blowing and puffing. And, more and more smoke came out of him. "Puff away, my pet," Mother Rigby said, with happiness. "Puff away, my pretty one. Puff for your life, I tell you." Mother Rigby then ordered Feathertop to walk. "Go forward," she said. "You have a world before you." Feathertop put one hand out in front of him, trying to find something for support. At the same time he pushed one foot forward with great difficulty. But Mother Rigby shouted and ordered him on, and soon he began to go forward. Then she said, "You look like a man, and you walk like a man. Now I order you to talk like a man." Feathertop gasped(喘气), struggled, and at last said in a small whisper, "Mother, I want to speak, but I have no brain. What can I say?" "Ah, you can speak," Mother Rigby answered. "What shall you say? Have no fear. When you go out into the world, you will say a thousand things, and say them a thousand times...and saying them a thousand times again and again, you still will be saying nothing. So just talk, babble like a bird. Certainly you have enough of a brain for that." Mother Rigby gave Feathertop much money and said "Now you are as good as any of them and can hold your head high with importance." But she told Feathertop that he must never lose his pipe and must never let it stop smoking. She warned him that if his pipe ever stopped smoking, he would fall down and become just a pile of sticks again. "Have no fear, Mother," Feathertop said in a big voice and blew a big cloud of smoke out of his mouth. "On your way," Mother Rigby said, pushing Feathertop out the door. "The world is yours. And if anybody asks you for your name, just say Feathertop. For you have a feather in your hat and a handful of feathers in your empty head." Feathertop found the streets in town, and many people started to look at him. They looked at his beautiful purple coat and his white silk stockings, and at the pipe he carried in his left hand, which he put back into his mouth every five steps he walked. They thought he was a visitor of great importance. As Feathertop walked along one of the quieter streets near the edge of town, he saw a very pretty girl standing in front of a small red brick house. A little boy was standing next to her. The pretty girl smiled at Feathertop, and love entered her heart. It made her whole face bright with sunlight. 67. How do you understand Rigby’s “another plan” in the second paragraph? A. To make Feathertop cleverer. B. To make Feathertop somebody.

C. To make Feathertop fall in love. D. To make him talk freely. 68. Who do you think Feathertop is after reading the passage? A. A created figure. B. A noble person. C. Mother Rigby’s pet. D. A boy of empty head. 69. What does “?you are as good as any of them” in paragraph 8 mean? A. you are as perfect as others B. you have as much money as others C. you behave nearly the same as others D. you look as if you are the most important 70. In the last but one paragraph people in the streets tended to think ________. A. a man of importance must be a heavy smoker B. a man of importance must communicate with others properly C. a man of importance must be wonderfully dressed D. a man of importance must behave differently from others 第Ⅱ卷(非选择题 三部分 共 35 分) 第四部分 任务型阅读(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) In addition to self-awareness, imagination, and conscience, it is the fourth quality — independent will — that really makes effective self-management possible. It is the ability to make decisions and choices and to act in agreement with them. It is the ability to act rather than to be acted upon, to actively carry out the program we have developed through the other three qualities. The human will is an amazing thing. Time after time, it has overcome unbelievable difficulties. The Helen Kellers of this world give dramatic(给人深刻印象的) evidence to the value, the power of the independent will. But as we examine this quality in the context of effective self-management, we realize it’s usually not the dramatic, the visible(可见的), the once-in-a-lifetime, up-by-the-bootstraps(自立自强的) effort that brings lasting success. This special ability comes fr om learning how to use this great quality in the decisions we make every day. The degree to which we have developed our independent will in our everyday lives is measured by our personal honesty. Honesty is, fundamentally, the value we place on ourselves. It’s our ability to make and keep promises to ourselves, to “walk our talk.” Effective management is putting first things first. While leadership decides what “first things” are, it is management that puts them first, day-by-day, moment-by-moment. Management is discipline (training to be self-controlled), carrying it out. Discipline obtains from belief—belief in a set of values, belief in an overriding(最主要的) purpose, to a long-term or short term goal that must be carried out. In other words, if you are an effective manager of yourself, your discipline comes

from within; it is a function of your independent will. You are a follower of your own deep values and their source. And you have the will, the quality to control your feelings and moods rather than depend on others or have your work half done. Title Theme The power of independent will Independent will makes self-management (71) ▲ . ·The example given to (72) ▲ power of independent will is amazing. ·Power of independent will helps to make one’s (73) ▲ every day. ·(74) ▲ is very important to develop our independent will. ·It’s our ability to have our promises made and (75) ▲ . ·Effective managers should know (76) ▲ should be done first. ·Effective managers with discipline should (77) ▲ to their promises. ·You (79) ▲ your deep values. ·Your feelings and moods are able to be (80) ▲ .


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答题纸 第四部分.任务型阅读(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 71.____________ 72._____________ 73._____________ 74._____________ 75.__________ 76. ___________

77._____________ 78.______________ 79._____________ 80.__________ 第五部分 单词拼写(共 10 小题,每小题 0.5 分,满分 5 分) 81. Classics are the a ___________ of the literary world, which are novels, plays and poems that were written a long time ago. 82. Under no c___________________ have I doubted that you are an honest and promising boy. 83. As the family didn’t make r___________________, they had to wait at the restaurant in order to get a table. 84. Many p___________________ in our life, such as thunder and lightning, were not well understood until the 18th century. 85. Only a few experts s___________________to the view that those problems wouldn’t last long though not dealt with. 86. No creature has received more praise and a ____________ at the same time than the common garden snail. 87. According to the novel “Great Expectations”, there is a twist in the plot when a g____________ stranger gives Pip a large fortune. 88. Cooked in wine, snails are a great ___________( 奢侈品) in various parts of the world. 89. Meanwhile, he founded a highly successful A________________ and even Lord Byron became one of his pupils. 90. The curtain went up on the final act of the play and r______________ the aristocrat sitting alone behind bars in his dark cell. 第六部分书面表达(满分 20 分,150 词) 阅读下面的短文,然后按照要求写一篇 150 词左右的英语短文。 Children in kindergarten are learning social skills. For this reason, it’s important to tell the children what will make them become good citizens when they grow up. It’s up to parents, teachers and all others involved with a kid to teach these skills. Teaching kids to pick up things by themselves is a good way to teach them not to throw things on the ground. For example, if a class has to make paper cutouts (剪 下的图样), after cutting, hav e the children pick up the wastepaper and place it in the wastebasket. The golden rule of good citizenship should be taught at this age. The rule is “One should treat others as one would like others to treat oneself”. Teachers should ask their students how they want to be treated. There are many answers, such as not being treated in bad manners. The teacher should explain that others don’t like to be scared, so you should not scare others either. Following the laws is good citizenship. Proper games can be played in the classroom. Games have rules, and all students in the class should follow the rules of the games. If a child doesn’t want to follow, it is up to the teacher to explain them to the child. Teaching children about following rules should help them understand the need to obey the law when they become adults. 【写作内容】 1. 以约 30 个词概括这篇短文的内容要点; 2. 不少城市在创建文明城市。请以约 120 个词谈我们如何成为文明市民。内容包括: (1) 你认为文明市民 (a civilized citizen) 应具备什么素质,列举两三种文明行为; (2) 作为中学生,谈谈你应如何从小事做起,为创建文明城市作贡献。

【写作要求】1.可以使用实例来支持你的论点,也可以参照阅读材料的内容,但不得直接引 用原文中的句子;2.作文中不能出现真实姓名和学校名称。 ___________________________________________________________________ ___________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________


高二英语答案 听力 1 分一题 1--20 BABCB BACBC CACCA ACABC 单选 1 分一题 21---35 CBCBA DBDDC BBCAB 完形:1 分一题 36—40 BDACC 41—45 ADBCB 46—50 DAABC 51—55 DCABD 阅读 2 分一题 56~59 D A B C 60---63 BAAC64-66DAB67---70 BACD 任务型阅读 1 分一题 71. effective 72. prove/ show/illustrate 73. decisions 74. Honesty 75. kept 76. what 77. stick 78. Conclusions 79. follow 80. controlled

单词拼写:0.5 分一题 1. antiques phenomena 5. subscribed 9. Academy

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6. abuse 10.revealed

7. generous

8. luxury

读写任务:20 分 The writer illustrates that it is important to teach children some skills of becoming good citizens. Therefore, he suggests teaching children to pick up things by themselves, to respect others and follow the laws. As far as I am concerned, a civilized citizen is supposed to respect others. In public places, such as restaurants, stations or hospitals, a civilized citizen would not speak or talk loudly. Besides, a civilized citizen ought to be always ready to reach out their helping hands. Last but not the least, a civilized citizen should be aware of t he significance of obeying the law. As a senior high school student, I will do what I can to become a civilized citizen in my daily life. For example, I will pick up rubbish on the ground and put it into the dustbin. On my way to school, I will follow the traffic rules. All in all, I will do what I am expected to do. Only in this way can we make our hometown a more comfortable place for all of us to live in.


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