无锡市第一中学 2013-2014 学年高二下学期期中考试英语试题
（考试时间:120 分钟，满分:120 分） 说明：请将第 I 卷各题答案按要求填涂在答题卡上。
第 I 卷 (三部分，共 90 分)
第一部分：听力（共两节，满分 20 分） 做题时，先将答案标在试卷上。录音内容结束后，你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的答案 转涂到答题卡上。
第一节（共 5 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 5 分） 请听下面 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 can we learn from the conversation? A. Jack has painted the house himself. B. The woman will paint the house. C. Jack didn?t want to climb a ladder. 2. How does the man think of the performance? A. Strange. A. 200 yuan. 4. Why is the woman late? A. She got up late. A. He is hungry. B. She lost her bike. B. He is poor. C. She walked to the office. C. He is ill. 5. What do we know about the man? 第二节 (共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 分) 请听下面 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， 每小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。 每段对话或独白读两遍。 请听下面一段对话，回答第 6 至第 8 三个小题。 6. Where is the man? A. At a restaurant. A. Juice. A. 2. 9. Why did Lucy ask for a leave? A. She has been ill and needs a rest. B. She doesn?t want to see the man. C. She needs to take an exam.
B. Enjoyable. B. 300 yuan.
C. Noisy. C. 400 yuan.
3. How much money does the girl get from her parents each month?
B. At his friend?s. B. Coffee. B. 3.
C. At home. C. Beer. C. 4.
7. What does the man want to drink? 8. How many soups are mentioned in the conversation? 请听下面一段对话，回答第 9 至第 11 三个小题。
10. What is the relationship between the woman and Lucy? A. Classmates. A. Arts. B. Workmates. B. English. C. Strangers. C. Maths. 11. What is the woman thinking of studying next year? 请听下面一段对话，回答第 12 至第 14 三个小题。 12.How long did the woman sit in traffic on her way to the bank? A. For 30 minutes. A. Near the grocery store. A. On the street. 15.What happened to the man? A. He fell from his motorbike and hit a tree. B. He fell from a tree and hit a car. C. He fell from his bike and hit a wall. 16. How many friends took part in the man?s last birthday party? A. 8. 17. Who is John? A. The man?s doctor. B. The man?s father. C. The man?s friend. 请听下面一段独白，回答第 18 至第 20 三个小题。 18. Where can the listeners buy Beginning English? A. In the bookshop. 19. What class is on Tuesday? A. Maths. A. The teacher. B. Typing. B. The secretary. C. English. C. One of their classmates. 20. Whom should the listeners tell if they are absent? 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） 从每小题所给的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中，选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。 21.The first color TV was constructed in 1928,but it was not until 1938___________the first program was broadcast. A. when 22.Satellites allows TV B. which to be broadcast C. that ___________over C. live, receiving D. before vast distances, with B. In the classroom. C. In the main office. B. 9. C. 10. B. For 45 minutes. B. Near the post office. B. At home. C. For 60 minutes. C. Near the bank. C. In the car. 13. Where couldn?t the woman find any parking? 14.Where does the conversation take place? 请听下面一段对话，回答第 15 至第 17 三个小题。
everyone_________ the same broadcast at the same time. A. lively, receiving future will bring? A. keep pace with B. end up with C. come up with D. put up with 24.Bored with life in the city, he moved to a remote village _________only by boat.
B. alive, received
D. living, received
23.Techology is now changing faster than most people can _________.Who can foresee what the
A. acceptable in their houses. A. seeing, having
25.Since the Amish value _________each other face to face, they oppose__________ telephones B. to see, to have C. seeing, to have D. to see, having
26.________ these text messages always seem important at the time, most people cannot remember them the next day. A. While destroyed. A. whenever, no matter what C. whenever, no matter how A. have been proved had killed him. A. surrounded A. drop behind brain. A. apply to B. submit to C. relate to D. subscribe to 32.If penicillin __________available, many people _________from sickness or even small wounds during World War II. A. were not , would die C. should not be ,would have died A. smelled annoyed A.不填, the medicines. A. so are and the world around them. A. correspond with B. withdraw from C. comb through D. put through 37.When you finish your report, you should _________where you got your data by attaching a list of websites you got your information from. A. postpone acknowledge
D. Now that
27.Many of us realize that ________the telephone rings,________ personal peace one has is B. no matter when, whatever D. no matter how, however B. proved C. have proved D. are proved
28.Both of these medicines _________beneficial to mankind since they were invented. 29.It astonished him to see the bacteria _________the mould dead, which meant that the mould B. surrounding B. drop in C. to surround C. drop off D. being surrounded D. drop out
30.Bus drivers pick up and _________ people at different stops on the route. 31.A lot of people _______the theory that acupuncture blocks pain signals from reaching the
B. were not to be, would die D. hadn?t been ,would have died C. looked annoying C. the, 不填 D. sounded annoying D. 不填, 不填
33.Mike __________on the phone, but I really had no idea what was wrong. B. sounded annoyed B. an, the 34.There is ________ evidence that acupuncture began during _______Stone Age. 35.Today acupuncture has become popular round the world,__________ other traditional Chinese B. nor are C. as have D. nor have
36.A new study shows that people who spend too much time online tend to _______the people
38.The London Underground has the ___ of being the oldest and most complex system in the world. A. evolution qualification 39. It was too dark, and I couldn?t _________the words written on the wall. A. work out B. try out C. break out D. make out 40. Between 1918 and 1938, many new stations were constructed,__________ were designed by an architect named Charles Holden. A. the most famous of which C. the most famous of whom B. the most famous of them D. and the most famous of which B. adaptation C. distinction D.
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， 并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 Old friends They finish your sentences, they remember the cat that ran away when you were twelve, and they tell you the truth when you?ve had a bad haircut. But mostly, they are always there for you — whether it?s in person or 41 late night phone calls — in good times and 42 . But as the years 44 , my high pass, it becomes increasingly 43 to see each other, to make new memories. 45
school friends and I promised long ago not to let this happen. We promised to have reunions. A few months ago, we met up for a two-day often put off or The weekend entire group to physical 50 47 48 in the American Southwest. We grew 46 event, yet it?s up together in Maine and have said for years that we should have a(n) due to schedule conflicts. Not this year. long talks by the pool, wonderful meals, and a hike that brought the
49 . Not tears of sadness or anger, but an outpouring of emotion over the between us. It?s heartbreaking that we can?t spend our days together in the 51 . Grown-up life. is the group?s adaptability to one another. The time we spend 54 53 is
complete wonderment that we can be this close — twelve years after graduation — with such same neighborhood, walking the same streets, reading the same newspaper at the same coffee shop. But that?s Most 52
non-existent. No need to get reacquainted (重新熟悉), we jump back in the saddle (车座) and it?s as comfortable as ever. Old friends — friends with an ever-present of support and sisterhood, 55 me friends that know each other innately (天生地) — are hard to come by and yet we remain as today as we were, years ago, giggling in the back row of Mr. McKechnie?s 9th grade math class. Life today, 56 , is no math class. Our world is full of 57 , full of fear. Yet it 59 60 58 — now, more than ever — how important it is that we stay future, but we have true faith in our past, and though this we are already drawing up plans for the next one. 41. A. at B. through C. in D. above . We may have questions about our of friends has come to a close,
42. A. bad 43. A. smooth 44. A. Fortunately 45. A . party 46. A. unusual 47. A. damaged 48. A. consisted of 49. A. happiness 50. A. distance 51. A. truth 52. A. amazing 53. A. together 54. A. imagination 55. A. close 56. A. however 57. A. doubt 58. A. informs 59. A. in charge 60. A. contact
B. convenient B. unpopular B. Obviously B. meeting B. annual B. destroyed B. made up B. excitement B. difference B. theory B. disappointing B. away B. sense B. interested B. therefore B. chances B. reminds B. in brief B. conversation
C. happy C. difficult C. Importantly C. weekend C. excited C. cancelled C. aimed at C. sadness C. contact C. life C. embarrassing C. off C. idea C. relaxed C. besides C. confidence C. persuades C. in person C. reunion
D. lucky D. easy D. Accidentally D. weekday D. important D. changed D. resulted in D. tears D. condition D. fact D. confusing D. apart D. duty D. regretful D. somehow D. hopes D. warns D. in touch D. party
第三部分 阅读理解（共 15 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 30 分） 阅读下列短文，从每题所给的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中，选出最佳选项。 A Marketing Assistant Wanted Century Company is a dynamic new joint venture in the electronics sector. We have a workforce of over 300 in New York and over 200 in Beijing, China. The company had a turnover of $120 million last year. We now have a vacancy for a marketing assistant to work at our Beijing Office. You will have a university degree in a marketing-related discipline, and an interest in foreign languages. See the detailed job description below. Please send your CV(简历) and a cover letter including your current salary details to: Annie Kim, Century Company, Beijing. Job description: ●Position: Marketing assistant ●Reports to: Marketing Manager ●Key responsibilities: Assist the Marketing Manager and in all functions within the department; data collation(核对); meet all visitors and guests. ●Work competencies: Strong all round IT skills; experienced in using Word and Excel ●Behavioral competencies: Strong organizational skills; ability to work as part of a team;
adaptability. ●Experience: At least two years? work experience in a marketing role; experience of working in IT or electronics environment is desirable. ●Closing date: November 15, 2014 61. If you want to apply for the position, all are necessary EXCEPT________. A. to keep your current salary a secret. B. to show great interest in foreign languages C. to have a university degree in a marketing-related major. D. to get prepared to work in Beijing. 62. According to the passage, which of the following is NOT true? A. Experience is unnecessary as long as you have a high degree. B. A person who has strong all round IT skill will have an advantage. C. It?s no use sending your resume after November 15,2014. D. It?s important to cooperate well with others for a marketing assistant. 63. Most probably you can read this passage in a ________. A. novel B. magazine C. newspaper B 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.” 64. In the first two paragraphs of 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 65. How did the writer feel when he visited his old neighborhood in Washington D.C.? A. Very sad. B. Quite excited.
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C. Very regretful.
D. Greatly surprised.
66. On his visit to his hometown, the writer found the old apartment building __________. A. had been repaired C. could hardly be recognized B. seemed unfit to live in D. looked dirty and smelt horrible
67.“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
Everyone has good days and bad days. Sometimes, you feel as if you?re on top of the world and all the questions on your maths test might seem easy. But occasionally you feel horrible, and you lose things and cannot focus on our schoolwork. For more than 20 years, scientists have suggested that high self-esteem(自尊) is the key to success. Now, new research shows that focusing just on building self-esteem may not be helpful. In some cases, having high self-esteem can make people less likeable or more upset when they fail in something. “Forget about self-esteem,” says Jennifer Crocker, a psychologist at the University of Michigan, US. “It?s not the important thing.” Feeling good Crocker?s advice may sound a bit strange. After all, feeling good can be good for you. Studies show that people with high self-esteem are less likely to be depressed, anxious, shy, or lonely than those with low self-esteem. However, after reviewing about 18,000 studies on self-esteem, Roy Baumeister, a psychologist at Florida State University, has found that building up your self-esteem will not necessarily make you a better person. He believes that violent people often have the highest self-esteem of all. He also said:“ There?s no evidence that kids with high self-esteem do better in school.” Problems All types of people have problems. People with high self-esteem can have big egos(自我) that can make them less likeable, said Kathleen Vohs, a psychology professor at Columbia University. People with high self-esteem tend to think more of themselves, VOhs says. People with low self-esteem are more likely to rely on their friends when they need help. What to do Researchers say it is best to listen to and support other people. Find positive ways to contribute to society. If you fail in something, try to learn from the experience. “The best therapy(药方) is to recognize your faults,” Vohs says. “It?s OK to say, ?I? m not so good at that,? and then move on.” 68. What does the underlined part “on top of the world” in Paragraph 2 probably mean? A. Quite helpful. B. Extremely happy. C. Very unlucky. D. Rather upset. 69. The conclusion drawn from the new research shows that high self-esteem_____. A. is not important at all C. may not be the key to success B. makes people more likeable D. helps you do better at school
70. Which of the following is TRUE according to Vohs? A. Feeling good doesn?t mean you lead a happy life. B. People with high self-esteem always seek others? help. C. People with high self-esteem tend to be selfish. D. People with low self-esteem are often more popular. 71. We can infer from the text that the best therapy mentioned in the last paragraph is mainly for people_____. A. with high self-esteem C. who contribute significantly to society B. with low self-esteem D. who are in need of support D A child sits at his desk waiting for the teacher to hand back his test and praying that it is not sprayed with red marks. Fellow students in the classroom know a paper that has several red markings on it will usually receive a lower grade. The child with many red markings on his test will quickly fold the paper and stuff it into his desk in the hope that no one will see his test. There is an education movement to retire the reds for softer colors of purple, green, and blue pens to mark students? work. Many educators understand the psychological harm the constant red markings on the paper do to a child?s self-esteem. After a child receives his test back with countless red markings there is a rare chance that he will bother to find out his errors. It is too embarrassing in the classroom to examine his errors and also many children do not want to show their parents their red stained test. The purpose of grading a paper or test is to identify the child?s weakness and offer suggestions to improve their ability in a specific subject. Red markings are too bold for the student to calmly understand their errors; instead they become upset and begin their self-critical dialogue. No student wants to fail; they just do not know how to excel. All colors have an influence on our state of mind. Red is a powerful color that gives us energy. Colors such as blues and greens are calming colors to the body. Hospitals often have doctors wear blue or green scrubs because it relaxes the patient on a subconscious level. I have never seen a doctor wear red scrubs because it will stress the patient. Remember this when you decide to mark a child? paper with red, the color of blood. 72. What is the text mainly about? A. How a child sees his test result. C. Different influences of colors. papers. 73. A child with many red markings on his test will A. show his paper to others C. correct as many errors as possible A. they have made too many mistakes B. they are ashamed of their papers with red markings C. they don?t care about the mistakes they made D. they are not satisfied with the results 75. We can infer from the passage that . A. many educators still prefer to give red markings on students? papers
B. How to grade a student?s paper. D. The harm of using red color in grading students? . D. complain to the teacher .
B. hide his paper from others
74. Students will not bother to find out their errors because
B. we should mark students? papers with various colors C. red markings are a kind of drive for students to learn D. students who receive red markings on their papers may do worse
第 II 卷 （二部分 共 30 分）
第四部分 任务型阅读（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分) 注意：每空 1 个单词。 请认真阅读下面短文，并根据所读内容在文章后表格中的空格里填入最恰当的单词。 Do you find it difficult to learn a foreign language successfully? Here are some tips to help you out: 1. Spend the time! By far the most important factor is how much time you are absorbed in the language. The more time you spend with the language, the faster you will learn. This means listening, reading, writing, speaking and studying words and phrases. This does not mean sitting in class looking out the window, nor listening to other students who do not speak well, nor getting explanations in your own language about how the language works. This means spending time enjoyably connected to the language you are learning! 2. Listen and read every day! Listen no matter where you are on your MP3 player. Read what you are listening to. Listen to and read things that you like, things that you can mostly understand, or even partly understand. If you keep listening and reading, you will get used to the language. One hour of listening or reading is more effective than many hours of class time. 3. Focus on words and phrases! Build up your vocabulary—you will need lots. Start to notice words and how they come together as phrases. Learn these words and phrases through your listening and reading. Read online, using online dictionaries, and make your own vocabulary lists for review. Soon you will run into your new words and phrases elsewhere. Gradually you will be able to use them. Do not worry about how correctly you speak until you have accumulated plenty of words through listening and reading. 4. Take responsibility for your own learning! If you do not want to learn the language, you won’t. If you do want to learn the language, take control. Choose content that you want to listen to and read. Seek out the words and phrases that you need to understand your listening and reading. Do not wait for someone else to show you the language, nor to tell you what to do. Discover the language by yourself, like a child growing up. Talk when you feel like it. Write when you feel like it. A teacher cannot teach you to become fluent, but you can learn to become fluent if you want to. 5. Relax and enjoy yourself!
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书面表达 (满分 20 分)
近来，CCTV 开展了幸福满意度调查，对于什么是幸福，人们说法不一。请你根据下面表格 中的提示，写一篇 120 词左右的短文。 人们的观点 1．幸福就是有家人和朋友陪伴在 自己身边。 2．幸福意味着在某个方面取得成 功。 3．幸福意味着过一天没有病痛折 磨的日子。 幸福的秘诀 1．欣赏生活中积极美好 的东西。 2．保持乐观的心态。 你对于幸福的理解 1．幸福应该是一种持久的 快乐，它会触及我们灵 魂的深处。 2．……(自己的观点)
注意：1．短文标题，开头已为你写好，不计入总词数； 2．内容可适当发挥，注意行文连贯。 What is happiness? Recently, a survey on What is happiness has been conducted by CCTV. People react to the question in different ways.
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书面表达（满分 20 分） Recently, a survey on What is happiness has been conducted by CCTV. People react to the question in different ways. To some, happiness is being surrounded by family and friends. To others, happiness means achieving success in something, such as meeting a goal. To those who have been injured or struggle with a physical disability, happiness can simply mean a day without suffering, or just being alive. The secret to happiness is to have appreciation for the good and positive things in life and to be always optimistic. As far as I am concerned, happiness is a deep feeling of joy that often lasts a long time. It should touch the depths of our soul. Optimistic people appear more confident, and are more likely to be approached. So, just try smiling our way through thick and thin and stay away from depression, stress and worry. 听力原文： （Text 1） W: Did Jack paint the house himself, Sam? M: Oh, he had it painted because he didn?t want to climb a ladder. （Text 2） W: How do you find the performance? M: Oh. I?ve never heard such beautiful sounds. （Text 3） M: My parents give me 300 yuan each month. W: 300 yuan? That?s 100 yuan more than I get from my parents. （Text 4） M: Why are you so late? Our meeting has begun. What happened? W: Sorry. My bike broke down, and I had to come to the office on foot. （Text 5） W: Oh, you look so upset. What?s the matter? M: I am running out of all my savings.
（Text 6） W: Excuse me, sir. Have you decided on something? M: Yes. I have just looked through the menu. W: Then what do you want to drink, beer, coffee, wine or juice? M: I prefer beer. Please give me a bottle of beer and ... er, a glass of water. W: What would you like to eat? M: What do you suggest? W: We have fried chicken, beef, pancakes and vegetables, and so on. Look! They are all on the menu. You can choose from them. They are all good. M: Er, I want some beef. W: Do you want any soup? M: Let me see, egg soup, potato soup, meat soup ... OK, just give me a bowl of potato soup please. W: OK. Wait a minute. M: Thanks. （Text 7） W: Come in, please. M: Hello, Mary. Where is Lucy? I want her to have a look at my plan. W: I am afraid she can?t help you today. She asked for a leave. She isn?t working today. M: Why? What happened to her? She was here yesterday. Is she ill? W: No. She is going for an exam. M: An exam? She never told me about that. Is she going to school? W: Yes. She is learning English in a night school. M: I see. Are you going to night school, too? W: No. Not this year, but I am thinking of studying arts courses next year. M: Oh, what a good choice. It is a good thing these days… study something. Good luck to you. W: Thank you. M: Well, I will come to ask her tomorrow. Goodbye. W: Bye. （Text 8） M: Where have you been, Lily? I thought you would be home three hours ago. W: Well. I had several things to do, and the traffic was terrible. M: I heard about that on the radio. There was a big traffic jam. W: Yes. I was going to the bank and we sat in traffic, not moving for one hour. M: That doesn?t sound like any fun. W: Then I had to go to the grocery store, and there wasn?t any parking. M: I know it?s gotten so crowded. Where did you park? W: Down the street. About a ten-minute walk. M: That?s terrible. W: Then I had to stop at the post office. I had to mail a package, and that took 45 minutes! M: What a terrible day! At least you?re home now. （Text 9） W: Good morning, Jerry. Did you sleep well? M: Yes, thank you. My left arm hurt a lot, but it is not that painful now. W: Yes, thank goodness, it isn?t broken. Can you remember your accident now?
M: Yes, I fell from my motorbike and hit a tree. W: OK. Think carefully. Did you hit your head? M: No. er, no. I didn?t. I can feel it?s OK. W: Good. When is your birthday? M: On the 6th of October. W: Did you have a party on your last birthday? M: Oh, yes, I did. Nine of my friends were there and we had a good time then. I still remember that John got drunk, and I drove him home. And ... W: That?s OK, Jerry. You are fine. Your arm got hurt, but your head is OK. M: Did John call my parents? Can I finish watching the movie? W: Er, yes, he did. And yes, you can. （Text 10） Hello, everybody. Here?s an announcement about our class. We?re going to use the book Beginning English in this class. You need to buy this book. Beginning English is $20. You can buy it any day this week in the main office. Class is from 9:00 to 12:00. We have a 15-minute break at 10:30. The break is from 10:30 to 10:45. You can sit in class, or walk around, or go to the cafeteria. But please be back in class on time. English class is on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings. Maths is on Tuesday mornings, and typing is on Thursday mornings. They are both from 9:00 to 11:00. If you want to register for maths or typing, go to the main office. If you are absent, call the main office. Give your name and say you are in English One. Tell the secretary that you cannot come to class.