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辽宁省葫芦岛市第一高级中学 2013—2014 学年高 一下学期第一次月考英语试题
第一卷 客观题试卷(共三部分: 满分 115 分)
第一部分:单项填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) 1. Many people have come to realize that they should go on ________ balanced diet and make room in their day for _______ exercise. A. /; an B. the; an C. the; the D. a; / 2. They stood gazing at the happy _______ of children playing in the park. A. scenery B. view C. sight D. scene 3. It was_______ that they went for a walk in the park. A. such a fine weather B. so fine a weather C. such fine weather D. so fine weather 4. I dislike seafood, but Mary thinks no food tastes _______ than fish and crab. A. the better B. best C. better D. a better 5. He _____ a carpet on the floor and then _____ on it. A. lied ; lay B. lay ; laid C. laid ; lay D. lain ; layed 6. After several years’ research, we now have a ______too better understanding of the disease. A. very B. far C. fairly D. quite 7. ------ ________ he use your computer? ------ Certainly. Don’t forget to turn it off when he finishes using it. A. Will B. Must C. Shall D Does 8. He ________ to your home, because he didn't know your address. A. must have been B. mustn't have been C. couldn't have been D. might have been 9. Our teacher advised you to _______ the article that is too long so as to make it fit the space. A. cut away B. cut through C. cut up D. cut down 10. I feel proud to be born into a family ______ education is highly valued. A. where B. that C. which D. who 11. If your knowledge can be in some way______ with my experience, we are sure to succeed. A. joined B. linked C. connected D. combined 12. Harry has been out of work for six months, so he has difficulty _________. A. earning livings B. earning his living C. to earn livings D. to earn his living 13. When I talked about the thing, I felt Jane watching me uncomfortably, looking_______ she wished to speak. A. as if B. even though C. so that D. in case 14. Great changes _______ in the city, and lots of factories ________. A. have been taken place; have been set up B. have taken place; have been set up C. have taken place; have set up D. were taken place; were set up 15. He______ here and there every day, and I _______what he does in the world. A. wanders; wonder B. wanders; wondered
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C. wonders; wander D. wonders; wandered 16. My mother bought a new skirt for me ______ a discount yesterday. A. for B. at C. in D. on 17. Kathy_______ a lot of Spanish by playing with native boys and girls. A. picked up D. took up C. make up D. Turned up 18. The letter he had been looking forward to ________ at last this morning. A. come B. comes C. coming D. came 19. Those eleven men were very difficult _______ , but I managed it in the end. A. persuading B. to be persuaded C. to persuade D. being persuaded. 20. — How do you find the concert in the Taizhou Grand Theatre last night? — _________. But the conductor was perfect.(c) A. I couldn’t agree more B. I was crazy about it C. I don’t think much of it D. I really like it 第二部分:阅读理解(共两节,满分 40 分
第一节(共 15 小题,每小题 2 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(ABCD)中,选出最佳答案

A “If you want to see a thing well, reach out and touch it!” That may seem a strange thing to say. But touching things can help you to see them better. Your eyes can tell you that glass ball is round. But by holding it in your hands, you can feel how smooth and cool the ball is. You can feel how heavy the glass is. When you feel all these about the ball, you really see it. With your skin, you can feel better. For example, your fingers can tell the difference between two coins in your pocket. You can feel a little drop of water on the back of your hand, too. You can even feel sounds against your skin. Have you ever wanted to know why some people like very loud music? They must like to feel the sounds of music. All children soon learn what “Don’t touch!” means. They hear it often. Yet most of us keep on touching things as we grow up. In shops, we touch things we might buy, such as food, clothes and so on. To see something well, we have to touch it. The bottoms of our feet can feel things, too. You know this when you walk on warm sand, cool grass or a bad floor. All feel different under your feet. There are ways of learning to see well by feeling. One way is to close your eyes and try to feel everything that is touching your skin. Feel the shoes on your feet, the clothes on your body, the air on your skin. At first, it is not easy to feel these things. You are too used to them! Most museums are just for looking. But today some museums have some things to touch. Their signs say, “Do touch! There you can feel every thing on show. If you want to see better, reach out and touch. Then you’ll really see!” 21. By touching things _______.
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A. you will have a strange feeling B. you will learn how to reach out C. you can tell the difference between them D. you can tell what colors they are 22. Which of the following can be the best title of the story? A. Touching by Feeling B. To See or to Feel C. To See Better — Feel D. Ways of Feeling 23. When people buy things in shops, they often _______. A. try them on first B. put their right hand on them C. just has a look D. feel and touch them 24. Why does it say, “At first, it is not easy to feel these things?” A. The things are used by people, too. B. People are used to the things. C. People know how to use the things. D. The things are easy to feel. 25. Which of the following is true? A. Touching can help people learn things better. B. Our feet, fingers, hands and skin can help us enjoy music. C. People have to learn to see by feeling as they grow up. D. Visitors cannot feel the things on show in some museums. B Down-to-earth means being honest, open, and easy to deal with. It is a pleasure to find someone who is down-to-earth. A person who is down-to-earth is easy to talk to. He or she accepts others as equals. A down-to-earth person may be an important member of society, of course, but they do not let their importance go to their heads, and they do not consider themselves to be better than others who are less important. Someone who is filled with self-importance and pride, often without cause, is said to have his nose in the air. There is no way a person with his nose in the air can be down-to-earth. Americans use another expression that is similar in some way to down-to-earth. The expression is both feet on the ground. Someone with both feet on the ground is a person with a good understanding of reality. He has what is called common sense. He may have dreams but he does not allow them to block his knowledge of what is real. The opposite kind of person is one who has his head in the clouds. A man with his head in the clouds is a dreamer whose mind is not in the world. Sometimes such a dreamer can be brought back to reality; sharp words from the teacher, for example, can usually get a daydreaming student to put both feet back on the ground. The person who is down-to-earth usually has both feet on the ground. But the opposite is not always true. Someone with both feet on the ground may not be as open and easy to deal with as someone who is down-to-earth. When we have both our feet firmly on the ground, we are realistic and we act honestly and openly toward others, and our lives are like the ground below us, solid and strong. 26.If a person has his nose in the air, he ____. A. is confident B. is easy to deal with C. is down to the earth D. always thinks he is more important than others
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27.The underlined sentence “But the opposite is not always true.” most probably means that ______. A. the person who has his nose in the air is not true B. a man with his head in the clouds is often not intelligent C. the opposite direction is always wrong D. a person who has both feet on the ground may not be down-to-earth 28.From the passage, we can infer the person who is_____ is the most popular kind of person. A. down-to-earth B. standing on the ground C. with his nose in the air D. with his head in the clouds C Mrs. Keller had a big family .Her husband had a factory in the town .One of her sons was a lawyer and the other two were drivers .And her two daughters worked in the post office .The old woman stayed at home and could do all housework and wouldn’t employ anybody . One evening ,the telephone rang while the old woman was preparing supper .She went to answer it .She was told that one of her sons died in a traffic accident .She heard this and fell in a faint .When she came back to life ,she was in hospital .And she needed to be helped after that . Several months later she was told on the telephone her daughter died while she was being operated on .The old woman was so sad that she had to be in hospital again .From then on she was afraid to answer any telephones and sometimes she was afraid to hear the bell .Of course it brought them some trouble and some important business was held up .So her husband advised her to see a psychiatrist .The man examined her carefully and then asked her some questions. “You will soon be all right if you follow my advice ,Mrs. Keller” said the psychiatrist. The old woman took the medicine the doctor gave on time and tried to forget her dead son and daughter .And two months later she went to see the psychiatrist again . “You have saved me, Doctor ,”the old woman said ,as soon as she saw him . “Are you afraid to answer the telephone now?” “No,” answered Keller . “I dare answer it whether it rings or not ” 29 .Mrs Keller could do all housework because ______. A.she had no money to employ a helper. B.she was strong enough to do all at home C.she didn`t believe anybody D.only she was free at home 30.The old woman fell in a faint because _____ A.she went to answer the telephone. B.she was very ill that evening C.she walked in the room carelessly D.she heard the news about her son`s death. 31 .After she came out of hospital ,Mrs Keller wasn`t ___as before . A.strong B.able C.clever D.sad D The food we eat seems to have far-reaching effects on our health. Although science has made great steps in making food more fit to eat, it has, at the same time, made many foods unfit to eat. Some research has shown that perhaps eighty percent of all human illnesses are related
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to diet and forty percent of cancer is related to the diet as well. Different cultures are more likely to cause certain different illnesses because of the food that is characteristic in these cultures. That food is related to illnesses is not a new discovery. In 1945, government researchers realized that carcinogenic nitrates (致癌硝酸盐), commonly used to preserve color in meats, and other food additives(添加剂), caused cancer. However, these additives remain in our food, and it becomes more difficult all the time to know which things on the packaging labels of processed food are helpful or harmful. The additives, which we eat, are not all so direct. Farmers often give penicillin to cows and other living animals, and because of this, penicillin has been found in the milk of treated cows. Sometimes similar drugs are given to animals not for medical purposes but for financial reasons. The farmers are simply trying to fatten the animals in order to obtain a higher price on the market. Although the Food and Drug Administration has tried repeatedly to control these procedures, the practices continue. 32. What is the best title for the passage? A.Food and Illness. B.Food and Culture. C.Health and Science. D.Drug and Health. 33. How has science done something harmful to mankind? A.It has caused a lack of information concerning(关于) the food. B.Because of it, some harmful substances(物质) have been added to the food. C.Because of it, diseases caused by polluted food have been actually reduced. D.It causes animals to become fatter. 34. What does the government try to do? A.Control the market price of food. B.Get rid of the additives from the packaged food. C.Use no medicine on the animals. D.Stop farmers from giving drugs to animals to make more money. 35. The writer wants to tell the readers . A.man should avoid eating the food such as beef, poultry(家禽) B.man has come to realize that food has nothing to do with illness C.sometimes science brings about ill effects to mankind D.people must prevent farmers from giving penicillin to animals

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

Richard’s father died when he was five. Later on he lost his mother. An old woman felt sorry for the poor boy and often helped him. Of course he had no money to go to school. He had to work for a rich farmer. The man paid him nothing except food and clothes. 36 He found some old books near the school and taught himself to read and write. 37 It connected the village and the town. One morning people found there was a big stone on it. It stopped them from going to town. They had to move it away, or they
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had to cross the mountain if they had something to do in the town. But the stone weighed thirty tons at least and the strongest young men couldn’t do that. 38 Richard looked at it carefully for a while and said, “I have a way to move it away.” But few men believed him. 39 Night fell and people went home. Only the boy stayed there. To their surprise, the villagers found the stone was gone the next morning. They didn’t know which spirit had moved it away. 40 “How could he ? ”the rich farmer called out. “He’s only fifteen! He couldn’t move it at all!” “He dug a big hole beside the stone” , said the old woman, “And then he could easily pull it into the hole!” Looking at each other, the farmers couldn’t say a word. A.There seemed to be nothing strange in the village. B.The old woman said Richard had done it all. C.There was a narrow path between two mountains. D.But the boy didn’t lose heart. E.Some farmers even laughed at the boy. F.The boy hoped he could do something for the villagers some day. G.They discussed for a long time, but nobody knew what to do. 第三部分;英语知识运用(共两节,满分 45 分)
第一节 完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下面的短文,从短文后所给各题的四个选项(A,B,C,D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。

A lesson in caring It was a cold evening and my daughter and I were walking up Broadway. I didn’t notice a guy sitting inside a cardboard box. But Nora did. She wasn’t even four, but she 41 at my coat and said, “That man’s cold. Daddy, 42 we take him home?” I don’t remember my reply. But I do remember a sudden 43 feeling inside me. I had always been delighted at how much my daughter noticed in her 44 , whether it was 45 in flight or children playing. But now she was noticing 46 and beggary. A few days later, I saw an article in the newspaper about volunteers who picked up a food package from a nearby school on a Sunday morning and 47 it to an elderly person. It was quick and easy. I 48 us up. Nora was 49 about it. She could understand the importance of food, so she could easily see how 50 our job was. When Sunday came, she was ready, but I had to 51 myself to leave the house to fetch the food package. On my way to the school, I fought an urge (强烈愿望) to turn 52 . The Sunday paper and coffee were waiting for me at home. Why do this? 53 , we phoned the elderly person we’d been appointed. She 54 us right over. The building was in a bad state. Facing us was a silver-haired woman in an old dress. She took the package and asked us to come in. Nora ran inside. I unwillingly followed. 55 inside, I saw that the department belonged to someone poor. Our hostess showed us some photos. Nora
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played and when it came time to say goodbye, we three hugged, I walked home in tears. Professionals call such a(n) 56 “a volunteer opportunity”. They are opportunities, I’ve come to see. Where else but as volunteers do you have the opportunity to do something 57 that’s good for others as well as for yourself? Nora and I regularly serve to needy people and 58 clothes for the homeless. Yet, as I’ve 59 her grow over these past four years, I still wonder—which of us has 60 more? 41. A. pulled B. glanced C. waved D. aimed 42. A. Would B. Can C. Need D. Must 43. A. general B. funny C. heavy D. curious 44. A. area B. part C. eyesight D. world 45. A. insects B. animals C. plants D. birds 46. A. coldness B. illness C. suffering D. ignorance 47. A. delivered B. returned C. devoted D. posted 48. A. held B. hurried C. signed D. lined 49. A. casual B. sorry C. astonished D. excited 50. A. creative B. valuable C. shocking D. simple 51. A. warn B. stop C. allow D. push 52. A. back B. away C. up D. out 53. A. Therefore B. Obviously C. Still D. Also 54. A. called B. promised C. invited D. helped 55. A. Although B. Once C. Because D. Though 56. A. stay B. visit C. adventure D. challenge 57. A. fair B. famous C. difficult D. enjoyable 58. A. collect B. make C. order D. wear 59. A. let B. made C. watched D. noticed 60. A. increased B. benefited C. tried D. seized
第二节: (共 10 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 15 分) 阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当内容(不多于 3 个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式

A reporter(R) is asking a Golden Gate Bridge painter (P) some questions. R: How long have you been painting the Golden Gate Bridge? P: For 20 years. My father was a Golden Gate Bridge painter, too: 61 was my grandfather. R: Can you tell us something about your work? P: When I tell people that I paint the Golden Gate Bridge, they think I start at one end, paint to the 62 end, and then start again. But that’s not the case. We are always painting the bridge. It’s 63 on-going task. But we have to go 64 paint is in bad condition. R: Painting must be very dangerous, 65 it? P: It is. You have to be careful all the time. You can’t work or appear without safety 66 (equip). And the weather, it gets colder up here. Sometimes it’s so cold that there’s ice on the bridge. You must be 67 (dress) in warm clothes. Sometimes it’s windy and 68 (fog)…
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R: What do you like the best about the job? P: 69 a sunny day like today, you can see from the ocean to the port and all the way to the mountains. The view from the top is 70 I love most about the job.

第二卷

主观题试卷(共 35 分)

第四部分:写作(共两节,满分 35 分)
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,多者(从第 11 处起)不计分。

Dear Sally, Now I’d like to tell you something about my part-time job this summer vacation, of which I worked like a guide in a travel agency. The work was interesting but tired. I think it was helpful to work this holiday. It was the first time that I have earned money on my own. I’ve come to understand how hard my parents work to support for the family. I used to keep on ask them for money, but now I’ll never waste money and learn to share worry with my parent. I've learnt how to get along well with others. What's worse, I've gained some working and social experience and I have learnt something can’t be learnt from textbooks. All these will be good for my future. In a word, I had the wonderful and valuable summer vacation.
第二节 书面表达(满分 25 分) 2013 年 10 月 22 日下午,我校学生会就 1000 名家长针对“老师是否应该批评学生”这个问题进行 了一次调查。请用英文写一份调查报告。调查结果如下: 38% 被 调 查 者 表示反对 62% 被 调 查 者 表示赞同 赞同的理由 反对的理由 1. 会伤害学生自尊; 2. 人人都会犯错,尤其中学生,老师不必小题大做。 1. 是非面前,学生应获得老师的及时指正和引导; 2. 但批评的方式与时机要恰当,而且尤其要注意用语,要以保护学生 的心灵为根本。

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2013-2014 年度下学期高一期第一次月考答案
单选: DDCCC BCCDA DBABA BADCC 阅读 (A) CCDBA (B)DDA (C)BDA. (D) ABDC 36-40 DCGEB 完形: ABCDD CACDB DACCB BDACB 语法: 61. so 62. other 63. an 64 where 65isn’t 66.equipment 67. dressed 68. foggy 69.on 70.what 改错: of?in like?as tired?tiring have?had For? ask?asking parent?parents. worse?more something? +that the?a 作文: On the afternoon of October 22nd this year, the Students’ Union of our school did a survey among 1000 parents on whether teachers should criticize their students. Among the 1000 parents, 38% of them express their strong disagreement because they believe that if the teachers do this, the relevant students may get mentally hurt. Besides, they also maintain that there is no need for the teachers to take things so seriously since it’s natural for man to error, middle school students in particular. However, the others insist that criticism and timely correction is necessary because middle school students need a guide on right and wrong, but meanwhile, they emphasize the importance of tactful criticism. Furthermore, those supporters express their voice that teachers should especially watch out their words, making sure not to hurt the students involved.

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