奉贤区 2006 学年第二学期高二英语期末试卷
(满分：100 分 完卷时间：100 分钟)
I. Listening Comprehension (共 20 分，每题 1 分)
(共 80 分)
Part A Short Conversations Directions: In Par
t A, you will hear ten short conversations between two speakers. At the end of each conversation, a question will be asked about what was said. The conversations and the questions will be spoken only once. After you hear a conversation and the question about it, read the four possible answers on your paper, and decide which one is the best answer to the question you have heard. 1. A. His briefcase. B. His dictionary. C. His book. D. The desk. 2. A. Foggy. B. Cloudy. C. Sunny. D. Rainy. 3. A. Disapproved of her plan. B. Traveled to Japan. C. Watered Lily’s plants. D. Caught a cold. 4. A. In a hotel. B. In a coffee shop. C. In a library. D. In a laboratory. 5. A. 9:40. B. 10:15. C. 10:25. D. 10:35. 6. A. Because her arms couldn’t move. B. Because her aunt failed to come again. C. Because her clock stopped working. D. Because her sleep was disturbed by the fire alarm. 7. A. Less than one hour. B. Half an hour. C. One hour and a half. D. Two hours. 8. A. Sixteen years old. B. Five years old. C. Eleven years old. D. It’s new. 9. A. Please sit down. B. She doesn’t want the man to sit down. C. She’ll mind if he sits down. D. She doesn’t want the man to sit with her. 10. A. $6.80. B. $7.20. C. $ 3.15. D. $6.30. Part B Passages Directions: In Part B, you will hear two short passages, and you will be asked three questions on each of the passages. The passages will be read twice, but the questions will be spoken only once. When you hear a question, read the four possible answers on your paper and decide which one would be the best answer to the question you have heard. Questions 11 through 13 are based on the following passage. 11. A. Greek plays. B. Theatre design in Shakespeare ’s time. C. Shakespeare’s plays D. The river Thames. 12. A. In the Globe Theatre. B. In London. C. In the court. D. In the open air. 13. A. In Greece. B. In London. C. In Shakespeare’s hometown. D. In Paris. Questions 14 through 16 are based on the following passage. 14. A. Children stories and plays. B. 82 stories about his home in California. C. Books in more than twenty-five languages. D. Books, then sold them all over the world. 15. A. The most dangerous policeman in New York. B. A policeman who receives more money for working longer hours. C. The leader of the New York policemen. D. A policeman, and the leader of the New York City. 16. A. Fruit and vegetables will cost less this year.
B. There will be a warm, wet spring and a fine summer. C. Food will cost less than it did in the spring. D. Plants will cost less in the shops this year. Part C Longer Conversation Directions: In Part C, you will hear a longer conversation. The conversation will be read twice. After you hear the conversation, you are required to fill in the numbered blanks with the information you have heard. Write your answers on your answer sheet. Blanks 17 through 20 are based on the following conversation Where does Mary work? What will Mary and Kate do after work? Where does Mary want Kate to wait for her? What is Mary’s phone number? In the same To 18 20 . In Kate’s 17 19 . as Kate does. outside together.
Complete the form. Write NO MORE THAN ONE WORD for each answer. II. Grammar and vocabulary（共 30 题，每题 1 分，共 30 分） Directions: Beneath each of the following sentences there are four choices marked A, B, C, D. Choose the one answer that best completes the sentence. 21. These days we are all aware of the many threats ______ the environment. A. at B. to C. on D. in 22. It was ______ that we went camping in the mountains last week. A. such nice weather B. so nice a weather C. too nice weather D. nice weather so 23. You like English and French. What ______ languages do you like? A. another B. other C. the other D. others 24. I consider ______ to see the film next Sunday. A. to go B. and go C. going D. to be going 25. It was ______ late to catch a bus after the meeting, therefore we called a taxi. A. too very B. much too C. too much D. far 26. Was it when he came into the room ______ you were reading the novel? A. where B. that C. which D. / 27. Someone must have left the tap on, _______ the weather was running over and flooding the bathroom. A. therefore B. for C. nevertheless D. moreover 28. How about the two of us ______ a walk down the garden? A. to take B. take C. taking D. to be taking 29. The fire spread through the building quickly, but everyone ______ get out. A. had to B. would C. must D. was able to 30. A computer can only do ______ you have instructed it to do. A. how B. after C. what D. when 31. She became the first American woman to win three Olympic gold medals in track, ______ made her parents very proud. A. it B. that C. which D. this 32. ______ heavy rain, the boy managed to delivered all the newspaper to his customers. A. Though B. Because of C. Now that D. Despite 33. If we ______ the earliest bus, we could have been taking part in the opening ceremony. A. catch B. caught C. have caught D. had caught 34. You’ll surely make progress ______ you stick to your plan. A. unless B. until C. as long as D. as well as 35. The bridge ______ next month will be the largest in this area. A. being completed B. completed C. to be completed D. completing 36. There ______ superstitious（迷信）beliefs in the old society, but now they have all been abandoned. A. seemed to have B. happened to be C. used to be D. appeared to be 37. ______ we rescued the drowning child from the river, he was scarcely breathing. A. Once B. While C. By the time D. As soon as 38. The two books are the same ______ the colours of the covers are different. A. except when B. except for C. except that D. except
39. With a lot of difficult problems ______. The young man felt like a cat on hot bricks. A. to settle B. settling C. settled D. being settled 40. — I didn’t pass the exam. — ______ next time, and you’ll succeed. A. Working hard B. To work hard C. Work hard D. With hard work 41. —Did the medicine make you feel better? —No. _______, the worse I felt. A. Taking more medicine B. More medicine taken C. The more medicine I take D. When I take more 42. Last week he promised ______ today, but he hasn’t arrived yet. A. that he would have come B. what would he have come C. which he would come D. that he would come 43. His investment had very bad ______; he lost everything he owned. A. success B. moments C. causes D. consequences 44. Children who are keen on high-fat foods like chips, cookies, and ice cream are easy to get ______. A. huge B. obese C. mighty D. great 45. Your ______ to general manager will be announced at the meeting. A. promotion B. development C. qualification D. improvement 46. Doctors told the parents the baby could have died from ______ oxygen, if he hadn’t been found by that little boy. A. lack of B. lacking of C. short of D. shortening 47. Your statement is in ______ with the rest of the evidence. A. flight B. conflict C. discussion D. quarrel 48. During the interview, make sure your body language, as well as your words, express self-confidence and ______ for the job. A. worry B. decision C. efficiency D. enthusiasm 49. A famous British magazine named the “50 Most Beautiful People in the World” in its August______. A. issue B. copy C. time D. publish 50. Neighbours of a new amusement park in Shanghai are ______ that the screams from people riding a popular roller coaster are ruining their lives. A. complaining B. boasting C. mentioning D. commanding III．Cloze （共 10 题，每题 1 分） Directions: For each blank in the following passage there are four words or phrases marked A, B, C, and D. Fill in each blank with the word or phrase that best fits the context. Bungee （蹦极跳） jumping came from a ceremony long practiced by adults in the South Pacific Islands of Vanuatua. Then it became 51 in Europe, America and the Pacific region, and was 52 to China a few years ago. We can 53 bungee into two styles: hard one and soft one. The hard one is to tie bungee cords around the jumpers’ 54 to jump with their heads over heels; the soft one is to tie cords around waist of jumpers to jump with sponge（海绵）wrapped over the cords to protect themselves. Those who want to 55 excitement had better choose the hard one. The soft one is simply for the kids to play. Shidujuma Paradise （十渡拒马乐园） in Beijing is the first to 56 hard bungee jumping for the public in China. The springboard（跳板）is 48 meters high. Bungee jumping depends on the jumpers’ good physical qualities. Before jumping, the jumpers should warm up fully 57 they are hurt. Of all the springboards in the world, the highest one is on the bridge in East Cape Province, South Africa. It is 216 meters high. In December, 1997, when it officially opened, it met the first 100 jumpers, 58 from around 9 years old to 84. You are 59 to exert（应用）your imagination, to 60 yourself into it, to experience your fleeting and exciting feeling! 51. A. favorite B. fashionable C. particular D. practical 52. A. recommended B. carried C. introduced D. produced 53. A. divide B. change C. manage D. turn 54. A. ankles B. feet C. hands D. legs 55. A. take B. have C. enjoy D. try 56. A. show B. apply C. offer D. provide 57. A. before B. in case C. so that D. in order that 58. A. coming B. aging C. ranging D. changing 59. A. happy B. pleased C. sure D. welcome
60. A. jump B. devote C. plunge D. fly IV. Reading Comprehension（共 15 小题；A,B,C 篇每小题 1.5 分，D 篇每小题 1 分，满分 20 分） (A) Birth, marriage and death: these are the greatest events in human life. Many things, good and bad, can happen to us in our lives. Yet there are three days which are usually marked by some kind of special ceremony: the day we are born, the day we get married and the day we die. These are the three main events in life. We only have a choice in the second of these. We can choose whether or not to marry. But we have no choice in birth and death. All human beings from the most primitive to the most sophisticated（高级的）are affected by these three events. The only thing that differs in each society is the way these events are celebrated. Yet all societies share common characteristics. Birth is a time of joy. The proud parents receive congratulations and presents on behalf of the new-born. Marriage is also a time of joy. The young couple go through a special wedding ceremony and receive presents to help them set up their home. Death is a time of sorrow and is marked by a special ceremony and mourning. The dates of all three events are usually remembered. 61. What differs in each society in celebrating these events? A. The time. B. The date. C. The people D. The way 62. Which of the following is not true? A. Marriage is a time of happiness B. Birth is a time of joy. C. Death is a time of ceremony. D. Both A and C. 63. Which is the best title for the passage? A. The Celebrating Ways B. The Day We Are Born C. The Great Events D. All Human Beings Must Die (B) Have you ever suddenly felt that someone you knew was in trouble－and he was? Have ever dreamed something that came true later? Maybe you have ESP（超感官知觉）. ESP stands for Extrasensory Perception. It may be called sixth sense. It seems to let people know about events before they happen, or events that are happening some distance away. Here’s an example: A woman was ironing clothes. Suddenly she screamed “ My father is dead! I saw him sitting in the chair!” Just then, a telegram came. The woman’s father had died of a heart attack. He had died sitting in a chair. There are thousands of stories like this one on record. Scientists are studying them to find out what’s behind these strange mental messages. Here’s another example—one of hundreds of dreams that have come true. A man dreamed he was walking along a road when a horse and carriage came by. The driver said, “There’s room for one more.” The man felt the driver was dead, so he ran away. The next day, the man was getting on a crowed bus. The bus driver said, “There’s room for one more.” Then the man saw that the driver ’s face was the same face he had seen in the dream. He wouldn’t get on the bus. As the bus drove off, it crashed and burst into flames. Everyone was killed! Some people say stories like these are lies or “coincidences”. Others, including some scientists, say that ESP is real. From studies of SEP, we may someday learn more about the human mind. 64. ESP lets people know_____________. A. about their dream B. about events after they happen C. about events before they happen D. about heart attacks 65. The studies of ESP could be an important way to ______________. A. understand the human mind B. predict death C. understand the five senses D. avoid accidents 66. In this passage, “coincidences” probably means______________. A. things which do not happen B. things which happen by accident without necessary connection C. things which are only dreams D. things dreamed of only by sick people. (C) You are watching a film in which two men are having a fight. At first they hit each other hard. But soon they begin knocking the other’s head with chairs. And so it goes on until one of the men crashes through a window－and falls thirty feet down to the ground below. He is dead! Of course he isn’t dead. With any luck he isn’t even hurt. Why? Because the men who fall out of high windows or jump from fast-moving trains, who crash cars or even catch fire, are professionals. They do this for a living. These men are called “stuntmen”. That is to say, they perform “tricks”. There are two sides to their work. They actually do most of the things you see on the screen. For example, they fall from a high
building. However, they do not fall onto hard ground but onto empty cardboard boxes covered with a mattress. Again, when they hit one another with chairs, the chairs are made of soft wood and when they crash through windows, the “glass” is made of sugar! But although their work depends on tricks of this sort, it also requires a high degree of skill and training. Often a stuntman’s success depends on precise timing. For example, when he is “blown up” in a battle scene, he has to jump out of the way of the explosion just at the right moment. Naturally stuntmen are well paid for their work, but they lead dangerous lives. They often get serious injured － and sometimes killed. A Norwegian stuntman, for example, skied over the edge of a cliff a thousand feet high. His parachute（降落伞）failed to open －and he was killed. In spite of all the risks, this is no longer a profession for “man only”. Men no longer dress up as women when actresses have to perform some dangerous action. For nowadays there are “stuntgirls” too! 67. Stuntmen do this kind of wok in order to ____________. A. attract people’s attention B. earn a living C. enjoy themselves D. pretend to be actors 68. When they jump from a high building, stuntmen _______________. A. have parachutes B. are covered with a mattress C. have to risk their lives D. fall in something soft 69. In order to do their job well stuntmen have to be _______________. A. absolutely strong B. precisely on time C. especially accurate D. unusually serious 70. Which of the following CAN NOT be implied from the passage? A. There used to be no stuntwomen. B. In love stories, stuntmen are not necessary. C. Stuntmen’s performance will improve the image of a movie. D. As a stuntman, he needs perfect skills as well as courage. (D) Directions: Read the following text and choose the most suitable heading from the list A-F for each paragraph. There is one extra heading which you do not need. A. The importance of wearing uniforms. B. Practical problems of wearing uniforms. C. Lack of variety — one of the disadvantages of wearing uniforms. D. Wearing uniforms is popular in America. E. Wearing uniforms looks more professional. F. Practical benefits of wearing uniforms. 71. Americans are proud of their variety and individuality, yet they love and respect few things more than a uniform, whether it is the uniform of an elevator operator or the uniform of a five-star general. Why are uniforms so popular in the United States? 72. Among the arguments for uniforms, one of the first is that in the eyes of most people they look more professional than civilian （百 姓的）clothes. People have become conditioned to expect superior quality from a man who wears a uniform. The television repairman who wears a uniform tends to inspire more trust than one who appears in civilian clothes. Faith in the skill of a garage mechanic is increased by uniform. What easier way is there for a nurse, a policeman, a barber, or a waiter to lose professional identity than to step out of uniform? 73. Uniforms also have many practical benefits. They save on other clothes. They save on laundry bills. They are tax-deductible （可减 税的）. They are often more comfortable and more durable than civilian clothes. 74. Primary among the arguments against uniforms is their lack of variety and the consequent loss of individuality experienced by people who must wear them. Though there are many types of uniforms, the wearer of any particular type is generally stuck with it, without change, until retirement. When people look alike, they tend to think, speak, and act similarly, on the job at least.
75. Uniforms also give rise to some practical problems. Though they are long-lasting, often their initial expense is greater than the cost of civilian clothes. Some uniforms are also expensive to maintain, requiring professional dry cleaning rather than the home laundering possible with many types of civilian clothes.
第 II 卷 （共 20 分）
I. Translation (每题 2 分，共 10 分) 1、与会的大多数人赞同他的建议。(in favour of) 2、学生们对那个国际形势的讲座感到厌倦。(be fed up with) 3、狼饱餐的时候，会两个星期不吃东西。 （up to） 4、任何一个想控制大自然的人将注定失败。(doom) 5、他的父母竭尽全力送他去法国学钢琴。 （go to great lengths） II. Guided Writing（10 分） Directions: Write an English composition about 100 words according to the instructions given below in Chinese 你认为政府是否应该限制购买小汽车？ 请你就你的观点写一篇文章，说明原因。 参考词汇：traffic jam (交通阻塞)
题 第一卷 第二卷 总分
号 得 分
I 1~16 17~20
IV 61~70 71~75
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II． Guided writing
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奉贤区 2006 学年高二英语第二学期期终试卷
Part A Short Conversations Directions: In Part A, you will hear ten short conversations between two speakers. At the end of each conversation, a question will be asked about what was said. The conversations and the questions will be spoken only once. After you hear a conversation and the question about it, read the four possible answers on your paper, and decide which one is the best answer to the question you have heard. 1. M: Take the book out of my briefcase and give it to me, please. W: Is that your briefcase there, next to the dictionary? Q: What does the man want? (C) 2. M: It’s overclouded. What would you do? W: I’d go for a walk, but I don’t have a raincoat or an umbrella. Q: What is the weather probably like? (D) 3. W: Is Lily still planning to study in Japan? M: No. Her parents threw cold water on the plan. Q: What did lily’s parents do? (A) 4. W: There is a limit of three books per person. M: Fine, I’ll be certain to return them on time. Q: Where did the conversation probably take place? (C) 5. M: When is the bus supposed to start? W: Don’t worry. It won’t start until 10:30. We’ve still got fifteen minutes. Q: What’s the time now? (B) 6. M: Why are you so late? W: My alarm clock failed to work again. Q: Why is the woman late? (C) 7. W: How long did your exam take? M: We were given two hours, but I finished it in less than half the time. Q: How long did the man take to finish the exam? (A) 8. W: That’ s a new bicycle, isn’t it? M: No, I got it almost 5 years ago, on my sixteenth birthday, but it’s still in a good condition. Q: How old is the man’s bicycle (B)? 9. M: Excuse me, do you mind if I sit here? W: No, of course not. M: What does the woman’s answer mean? (A) 10. M: These yellow gloves and those red ones seem about the same as far as quality is concerned. Is there any difference in price? W: The yellow ones are $3.40 a pair, but the red ones are on sale today for $3.15 a pair. Q: How much will the man pay if he buys two pairs of red gloves? (D) Part B Passages Directions: In Part B, you will hear two short passages, and you will be asked three questions on each of the passages. The passages will be read twice, but the questions will be spoken only once. When you hear a question, read the four possible answers on your paper and decide which one would be the best answer to the question you have heard. Questions 11 through 13 are based on the following passage. William Shakespeare is best known for his plays, but scholars not only studies his plays but also the theaters of his time. The design of theatres has changed a lot since the Greeks first acted in open air theatres. Every period in history has had its own different style of theatres. Shakespeare’s name has always been connected with the Globe Theatre which was in London on the south bank of the river Thames. The Globe, a circular theatre, had no roof and the stage was in the theatre. Shakespeare acted in this theatre and also helped to manage it. 11. What is the passage about? (B) 12. Where did the Greeks act? (D) 13. Where was the Globe Theatre? (B) Questions 14 through 16 are based on the following passage. Here is the nine O’clock now. Ben Kinston, the writer of stories and plays for children, has died at his home in California. Mr. Kinston was 82. His most famous book of stories, The gentleman’s House, sells all over the world, in more than twenty-five languages.
Policemen in New York have stopped work. Their leader, Mr. Paulo Angela, says that they will return to work only when they receive more money for working long hours, and doing what Mr. Angela calls “the most dangerous job” in the city. It has been a good year on the farm. The warm, wet spring, and the fine summer have been very good for all kinds of food plants. This means that fruit and vegetables will cost less in the shops this year. And now it’s time for Morning Music. 14. What did Mr. Ben Kinston write? (A) 15. Who is Mr. Paulo Angela? (C) 16. What will probably be the result because food plants have done well? (A) Part C Longer Conversation Directions: In Part C, you will hear a longer conversation. The conversation will be read twice. After you hear the conversation, you are required to fill in the numbered blanks with the information you have heard. Write your answers on your answer sheet. Blanks 17 through 20 are based on the following conversation W: Hello, could I speak to Kate? M: Sorry, she isn’t in right now. Who is that speaking? W: This is Mary. I work in the same company as Kate does. Could you tell me when she will come back? M: I am not sure. She left for the supermarket twenty minutes ago. Shall I take a message for her? W: All right. Please tell her to wait for me after work. We are going to eat outside together. In the evening we will go to see a new film. M: That’s wonderful. Will she wait for you at home? W: No. Please tell her to wait in her office. I’ll get there at 5:30. And tell her call me if she has any questions. My phone number is 59758236. M: 59758236. Right? W: Correct. Thank you so much.
1~5 CDACB 17. company 21~25 BABCB 36~40 CCCAC 51~55 BCAAC 61~63 DCC
6~10 CABAD 18. eat 26~30 BBCDC 41~45 CDDBA 56~60 DBCDC 64~66 CAB 67~70 BDCB 19. office
11~16 BDB ACA 20. 59758236 31~35 CDDCC 46~50 ABDAA
1. Most of the people at the meeting/present at the meeting/attending the meeting were in favour of his suggestion. 2. The students were fed up with the lecture on the international situation. 3. When wolves eat enough, they may not /won’t eat for up to two weeks. 4. Anyone who wants to control the nature will be doomed to failure. 5. His parents go to great lengths to send him to learn to play the piano in France.