辽宁省实验中学分校 2015-2016 学年度上 学期期末考试 英语学科 高一年级
本试卷分第 I 卷（选择题）和第 II 卷（非选择题）两部分，共 150 分。 考试时间 100 分钟。 第 I 卷 （共 100 分） 第一部分：听力（共两节，满分 30 分）略 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(A、B、C 和 D)中，选出最佳选项，并在答题卡上将 该项涂黑。 A Welcome to our school. You can do a lot of things here. Come and join us. Timetable Sunday 8:30---11:30 Personal Inventions You can see many inventions by the students; you may also bring your own inventions. Wednesday 19:30---21:00 Modern Medicine Mrs. Lucy Green Would you like to know medical science? Monday 19:00---21:00 Space and Man Dr. Thomas West If you want to know more about the universe. Friday 18:30---21:00 Computer Science Mr. Harry Morison from Harvard University Learn to use Windows XP.
21. You may have a chance to introduce your inventions on _________. A. Monday B. Sunday C. Friday D. Wednesday 22. The person who teaches Computer Science is from___________. A. Australia B. Canada C. America D. New Zealand 23. You may learn something about a disease called TB from __________. A. Mr. Morison B. Dr. West C. Mr. Thomas D. Mrs. Green 24. If you want to learn something about satellites, you can go to the class from______. A. 19:00 to 21:00 on Monday B. 8:30 to 11:30 on Sunday C. 18:30 to 21:00 on Friday D. 19:30 to 21:00 on Wednesday B UFO stands for "unidentified flying object". Many people reported having seen UFOs in the sky. A lot of countries tried to research them and in 1952 they got the name of UFO. There were several reports published in the 19th century which were related to UFOs. Denison Daily News in its report of 25th January, 1878 wrote that a farmer, Martin, saw a flying object in the sky and it was just like a plate. This was the first time that the word plate had been related to the UFOs. The first reports on UFOs came during World War II. In 1947 pilot Kenneth Arnold said while he was flying near the Mount Rainer he saw a very bright object
in the sky. He said that it was like a plate too. The information given by Kenneth got lots of attention from the media and people. Several research organizations gave their reports on the UFOs. They showed direct or indirect physical evidence of the UFOs, and sometimes UFOs’ appearance was found on the radar (雷达) screen. Many people tried to take video tapes or photos of the UFOs as testimony. Most UFOs are in saucer shape while many UFOs are like a cigarette or a half ball. Many films and TV shows are made about UFOs. There are two famous movies which are created on the theme of UFOs and aliens, War of the Wo rld and Star Wars. UFOs have created a new field in science which is known as Ufology (飞碟学). 25. Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage? A. The UFOs Martin and Kenneth Arnold saw were in different shapes. B. People named the flying object UFO in the 19th century. C. Martin was the first person that described the flying object as a plate. D. Kenneth Arnold was given little attention for his discovering UFO. 26. What does the underlined word " testimo ny " in the fourth paragraph mean? A. Evidence. B. Research. C. Mystery. D. Appearance. 27. From the passage, we can infer ______. A. the danger of UFOs attracted the media’s attention B. most UFOs’ shapes are changeable C. Ufology was developed a hundred years ago D . the radar helps people get UFO evidence 28. The next paragraph following the passage might talk about ________. A. famous movies on the UFOs B. different UFOs’shapes C. the effect of UFOs on humans D. the new science —Ufology C Proverbs (谚语) are quite common in spoken English. We don’t normally put them in a composition or a letter. Sometimes it is helpful if you know what common proverbs mean. Here are a few examples. 1) “Once bitten, twice shy.” If a dog bites me, I shall be twice as careful in future when I see it. This proverb is also used to apply to many things and not only to dogs. If you have been cheated at a shop, you will not go the same shop again. 2) “A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.” If I am a hunter, trying to catch birds, it is better to catch one than to see two birds in a bush but not able to catch them. Thus this means that what you have already got is better than the chance of being able to get something bigger in future. 3) “Too many cooks spoil the broth (soup)”. When too many people do something, they get in each o ther’s way and do a bad job. 4) “To pour oil on troubled waters” is to try to calm things down. Oil is lighter
than water. If a ship is in trouble at sea, another ship may come to help it. The second ship can send small boats to rescue people. However, it may first pour oil on the sea to make the sea less rough. 5) “Don’t be a dog in a manger( 槽 )”means“ Don’t be selfish.” In a stable ( 马房 ), the manger is the place where the horse’s food is put. Sometimes a dog will sleep in the manger and bark when a horse comes to get its food. The dog does not want to eat the lay in the manger but it will not let the horse eat it. 6) “He is sitting on the fence” means that somebody will not say whether he is in favor of a plan or against it. He is sitting on a fence between two opposing sides, perhaps waiting to see which side will win. 7) “He who pays the piper calls the tune.” A piper is a musician. The man who employs or pays a musician can say what tunes the man will play. Thus this means that if a man provides the money for a plan, he can say how it will be carried out. 8) “You can’t get blood out of a stone” means that you cannot get something from a person who has not got any of the things you want. e. g. you cannot get a million dollars from a poor man. 29. Mr. and Mrs. Smith had a quarrel. Their friend, Mr. Brown, wanted to talk to them. When he came back, he told his wife that he had been trying to help the Smiths by ______. A. getting blood out of a stone C. sitting on the fence B. pouring oil on troubled waters D. being a dog in a manger
30. Mr. Wang paid for a new school. Some people didn’t like the design of the school but they didn’t argue with Mr. Wang because ______. A. once bitten, twice shy B. he was sitting on the fence C. a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush D. he who pays the piper calls the tune 31. Mrs. Lin wanted to buy a new dress. Her husband suggested that she buy it from a shop near their home. Mrs. Lin disagreed because she had been cheated by that shop. So she said :“I won’t go there again because ______.” A. I am sitting on the fence B. a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush C. too many cooks spoil the broth D. once bitten, twice shy 32. Mr. Brown had quite a good job in Hong Kong but he thought that if he went to Singapore, he might get a much better job with more money and a larger house.
His wife didn’t want him to leave his job in Hong Kong and she reminded him that ______. A. too many cooks spoil the broth B. a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush C. he who pays the piper calls the tune D. you can not get blood out of a stone D Winter Travel Adventures “Let it snow, let it snow!” You have found your home for all adventures, icy, snowy and white! Discover breathtaking sights while cross-country skiing and snow mobiling, or uncover new lands for skiing, and find the hottest spots to snowboard. Informative links below will get you on your way to a winter wonderland journey. Seniors Head South for Winter A feature article on the annual（一年一次的）migration of Winter Texans and Snow Birds heading to warmer places for the winter. Resources for Texas, Florida, Southern U.S and international destinations are included. Skiing and Snowboarding adventures You either love it or hate it, strapping（用带子系）a pair of boards to your feet and thrusting yourself down a snow-covered mountain at a speed of 60 miles per hour. If downhill running is your adventure game, connect with the best resources for adventures, vacations, ski trips and destinations. Cross-country Skiing Adventures All ages can find pleasure and exercise on a good pair of cross-country skis. Discover the winter back-country on your next adventure. Connect with adventure opportunities, outfitters, equipment sources, destinations and more. Snowmobile Adventures Take to the snow-covered backcountry and discover white adventures where only snowmobiles can take you. You can find information from a resource center about adventure tours, group tours, clubs, equipment, d estinations, best trails and more. Snowshoe Adventures Foot power proves to be the ultimate （首要）dependable transportation, and that applies to winter trekking (艰苦跋涉)through the backcountry. A good pair of snowshoes can get you to places when nothing else can. 33. The purpose of this text is to _______. A. introduce some of the famous scenic spots B. introduce the hottest spots to snowboard C. provide readers with several choices of traveling. D. provide information of different travel agencies 34. The underlined words “hottest spots” (in paragraph 1) mean _______. A. places with the highest temperature B. the most popular places for travelers. C. places with hot springs D. the most popular winter games
35. If you wish to spend your winter abroad, which group would you join? A. Seniors Head South For Winter B. Snowmobile Adventures C. Skiing and Snowboarding Adventures D. Cross-Country Skiing Adventures 第二节：补全短文（共 5 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 10 分） Everyone knows English is one of the most important subjects in middle schools. And we always know learning English is very important, but few students know how to learn English well.__36_ I think if we have a right way to learn English, and we work hard, then we must learn English well. But what is the right way ？ __37_Second ， everyone knows remembering new words is important, but how to remember them？I think we can copy new words on pieces of paper, and take them with us. When we are free, we can read them. Third, how to improve our listening and speaking？__38__And we can answer the questions in the class；don’t be afraid of making mistakes. I think it’s useful to us. Finally, it’s about reading and writing.__39__And try our best to retell it，we can also keep a diary every day，and spend an hour practicing English. _40_If necessary, we can turn to our classmates and teachers for help instead of giving up. If we don’t study hard, it’s difficult to learn English well. A．Then how can we make rapid progress and learn English well? B．We can sing English songs, listen to the radio and listen to tapes every day. C. To begin with, you can recite as many words as you can. D．Whenever we meet difficulties in our English study, we shouldn’t lose heart. E．In a word, we will make rapid progress. F．First, we must be confident enough to learn English and be interested in it. G．When we are free, we can read articles in English. 第三部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分 45 分) 第一节：完型填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分） 阅读下面短文，从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中，选出可以填入空白处的最 佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 When I come across a good article in reading newspapers, I often want to cut and keep it. But just as I am about to do so, I find the article on the 41 side is as much interesting. It may be a discussion of the way to 42 in good health, or 43 about how to behave and conduct oneself in society. If I cut the front article, the opposite one is likely to 44 damage, leaving out half of it or keeping the text 45 the title. Therefore, the scissors would 46 before they start, 47 halfway done when I find out the 48 result. Sometimes two things are to be done at the same time, both worth your 49 .You can only take up one of them, the other has to wait or be 50 up. But you know the future is unpredictable(不可预料) — the changed situation may not allow you to do what is left 51 . Thus you are 52 in a difficult position and feel sad. How 53 that nice chances and brilliant ideas should gather around all at once? It may happen that your life 54 greatly on your preference of one choice to the other. In fact that is what 55 is like: we are often 56 with the two opposite sides of a thing which are both desirable like a newspaper cutting. It often occurs that our attention is drawn to one thing only 57 we get into another. The 58 may be
more important than the latter and give rise to a divided mind. I 59 remember a philosopher's remarks, “When one door shuts, another opens in life.” So a casual(不 经意) 60 may not be a bad one. 41. A. same B. front C. opposite D. either 42 A. keep B. get C. bring D. lead 43. A. news B. advice C. report D. theory 44. A. reduce B. suffer C. cause D. prevent 45. A. for B. on C. off D. without 46. A. handle B. use C. stay D. prepare 47. A. but B. or C. for D. so 48. A. regretful B. satisfying C. impossible D. surprising 49. A. strength B. courage C. patience D. attention 50. A. held B. given C. picked D. made 51. A. alone B. near C. behind D. about 52. A. attracted B. filled C. struck D. caught 53. A. come B. dare C. do D. deal 54. A. changes B. improves C. goes D. progresses 55. A. society B. study C. life D. nature 56. A. supplied B. faced C. fixed D. connected 57. A. after B. before C. as D. until 58. A. next B. following C. former D. above 59. A. also B. still C. almost D. once 60. A. action B. treatment C. remark D. choice
第 II 卷 第二节 (共 10 小题,每小题 1.5 分,满分 15 分) 阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当的内容(不多余三个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式. Mum(putting on her coat) : I’m going to have to go down to the shop for more bread. Alan: Why? Mum: I’m not sure what 61 (happen). I made some sandwiches earlier and left them on the table 62 I went to answer the phone. But someone must have taken them because they are 63 ( go). Alan: Oh, it must have been Dad. I’m sure he was in the kitchen 64 (early). Mum: No, he went off to his tennis match before I finished 65 (make) them, so he couldn’t have done it. 66 , he couldn’t carry a plate of sandwiches as well as all his tennis stuff, so I’m sure 67 wasn’t him. Alan(opening fridge door): Well, it wasn’t me. But Mum, look! Are these your sandwiches here on the bottom shelf of 68 fridge? Mum: Are they there? Oh, my goodness. I 69 have put them in there when the phone rang. Oh, dear. I really must be losing my 70 . Now, why did I put on my coat? 第四部分 写作（共两节，满分 35 分）
第一节 短文改错（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） 假如英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文，请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。文中共有 10 处语言错误，每句中最多有两处。每处错误仅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：把多余的词用斜线（\）划掉。 修改：在错的词下面划一横线，并在该词下面写出改正后的词。 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。 This morning I got up early and went to school as usually, only to find there were nobody in the classroom because it is Sunday. “How a bad memory I have!” I couldn’t help laughing. Stand in front of the school gate, I began to wonder what to do next. Suddenly a good idea occurs to me. “Why not get together with some good friends for a picnic in such a fine weather?” I immediately telephoned some of my best friends, but they all agreed to join me. About two hours late, we finally arrived a pleasant park with trees and flowers here and there. We really enjoyed us greatly. 第二节 书面表达（满分 25 分） 假设你叫李华。远在英国的网友 Tom 想了解你对上网的看法。请根据下表 提供的信息，用英语给 Tom 发一封 100 个词左右的电子邮件。 Advantages Disadvantages Suggestions 1．获得更多信息 1．善于网上学习 2．可上网校学习 3．联系更加便捷 2．仍有有害东西 2．时间不宜过长 1．聊天、玩游戏费时
生词：电子邮件：e-mail 网校：net-school 注：邮件的开头与结尾已给出。 Dear Tom, I would like to give my opinion about being on the Internet.____________ ________________________________________________________________________ Yours, Li Hua
辽宁省实验中学分校 2015-2016 学年度上学期期末考试英语答案 阅读 21--24 BCDA 25--28 CADD 29--32 BDDB 33--35 CBA 七选五 36--40 AFBGD 完型 41—45CABBD 46—50CBADB 51—55CDAAC 56—60BACBD 语法填空： 61. happened 62.when 63.gone 64.earlier 65.making 66.Anyway/Besides 67.it 68.the 69.must 70.mind/memory 改错： 1.usually- usual 2. were- was 3. How- What occurs-occurred us-ourselves 参考范文： Dear Tom, I would like to give my opinion about being on the Internet. More and more middle school students here are starting using the Internet, through which they can get a great deal of the latest information. They can enjoy lessons given by the best teachers of net-schools at home. And it is easy and convenient to keep in touch with friends by sending and receiving e-mails. On the other hand, some students have spent too much time chatting and playing games on the net. And there is still something harmful to the students. At last, I suggest that students should be good at using the Internet for their studies and not be on line for long. Yours, Li Hua 6.such a 7. but-and 4. Stand-Standing 5. 9. arrived ∧ at 10.
8. late- later