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2015-2016 高二英语下学期第二次月考试卷
一 听力 (20 小题, 共 30 分) 第一节 听下面 5 段对话,每段对话只读一遍 1. How much do four jackets cost today? A . $80. B. $90. C. $100.

2. What does the woman suggest the man d

o? A. Stay indoors. 3. Whose bowl is it? A . The man’s. B. Aunt Betty’s. C. The woman’s B. Eat fresh fruit. C. Take exercise.

4. What will the speakers do next? A .Go on shopping. B. Have something to eat. C. Go to a Mexican restaurant.

5. Why will the speakers return to the museum next weekend?? A. It is too large to cover in a day. B. There are too many peop le today. a special exhibit then. 第二节 听第 6 段对话,回答 6,7 题 6. What did the woman write down on her notebook? A. Her friend’s telephone number. B. Her friend’s room number C. Her friend’s address. C. There will be

7. Where did the woman leave her notebook? A . Next to the phone. B. In the pocket. C . In her bag.

听第 7 段对话,回答 8 到 9 题 8. What position is the woman applying for? A .A manager. B. A secretary. C. A receptionist.

9. What can we learn from the conversation? A The woman wants to work in Korea. B The woman’s parents work in France.

C The woman is good at memorizing things. 听第 8 段对话,回答 10 到 12 题 10. Where did the argument happen last night? A. At Pat’s place. B. At Charles’s place. C. At woman’s place. 11. What was the argument about?

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A . When to watch TV.

B. What program to watch.

C. Which program was better.

12. How did the argument end? A. Ann and Jane fought. B.. Henry hid the remote control. 听第 9 段对话,回答 13 到 16 题 13. How many presents did the woman bu y? A .Four . B. Five . C. Six . C. All the people were driven away.

14. Whom did the woman buy a book for? A . Veronica. B. Cynthia C. George.

15. What present did the woman give the twins last year? A. A CD. B. A bottle of perfume. C Some lipstick and a pair of earrings.

16. Why didn’t the woman buy Brenda a scarf/ A The scarf is quite expensive. many. B Brenda d oesn’t like the scarf. C. Brenda has already had

听第 10 段对话,回答 17 到 20 题 17. When was the speaker robed? A. On the way to her hotel. B. When she was taking with a friend .

C. When she was walking back home along a main road. 18. What did the robbers demand? A. Credit cards. B. The watch. C. The wallet.

19. What did the speaker do first after the robbers took her things away? A. She did nothing. B. She shouted at them. C. She reported it to the police.

20. What can we learn from what the speaker says? A .She is probably in a foreign country. C. She calls Freddie to borrow some money, 二, 阅读理解(本大题共 20 小题,共 40 分) A Davion Navar Henry Only has spent his whole life in Florida’s foster (收养的) care system. His mother was in prison when he was born, and when he did an Internet search for her name in June this year he learned she'd died just a few weeks earlier. He's been moved from here to there throughout his childhood without ever finding somewhere he really belongs. As a teenager now, Davion is starting to feel like he is running out of time—at risk of becoming one of the more than 23,000 youths each year who simply“age out”of the foster care system at age 18 or older and are left on their own without ever finding a family connection.
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B. Th e robbery took place in early morning.

Davion decided to take his future into his own hands and asked his caseworker if she could help him speak at a church. She made arrangements at St. Mark Missionary Baptist Church in St . Petersburg, Florida. There, as the article reported, the shy teenager who worked hard to get A so far this year in everything but geometry(几何学) and would love to play football if he had someone to drive him to practice, stood at the pulpit(讲道坛) and asked if "someone, anyone" could adopt him. Davion's story quickly is shared on social media networks and websites around the country. He appears on national television and there is wonderful news to report. More than 10,000 families want to adopt him. Davion's story has raised awareness of adoption everywhere, but it's important to remember that there are thousands more Davion out there. Davion tells the reporter who first shared his story in a follow up interview: "I know what it’s like to have nobody, with no Light at the end of the road. no one who wants you. I just keep saying, 'There is only one me. But all my friends, all the other guys at the group home, all those other kids need families too.' I just hope they don't give up and that someone gives them a chance." 21. We can infer from the passage that Davion _____. A. is living on his own now B. is actually a pessimistic boy C. lost Mum when he was a baby D. is less than 18 years old 22. Davion’s behavior has not only helped himself but_____. A. encouraged more Davions to follow him B. drawn the US government’s full attention C. changed the foster care system's situation D. made people realize the importance of caring other Davions. 23. Davion’s story tells such a truth as "______". A. A lost may turn out to be a gain. B. Where there’s a will, there's a way. C. God helps those who help themselves. D. Great things may be done by mass effort. B March 24th Greetings from Vietnam! We arrived here tired, but excited. This is our first trip to Asia. We are looking forward to eating Vietnamese food for dinner tonight. Our hotel is cheap, but very clean. The owner gave us free drinks when we arrived, and has told us about some places that we shouldn’t miss. We plan to stay here in Ho Chi Minh City for a few d ays and visit temples in the city, and then travel to the north. March 27th Vietnam is fantastic! We visited a market in Cho Lon and saw many kinds of fruits and vegetables. Everything was so colorful, and we took hundreds of photographs! Later today we’ll take the train north. We’ll stay in Hanoi for two days, and then catch a bus to Sapa. We’re going to go hiking in the mountains. April 4th Now we’re in the old capital city of Hue. Our trip to Sapa was long and tiring. From there, we took a truck to a small village in the mountains, and we went hiking for three days. This afternoon, we’re taking a walking tour in Hue. We’re going to visit the Forbidden Purple City,

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where the emperor lived. April 6th Hue is really a special city with lots to see. I would l ove to stay longer, but we’re both ready for the beach. Tomorrow we’ll take the train back to the south, and then we’re going to a town called Vung Tau. It has several beaches, and it’s famous for seashell crafts(手艺). Vietnam is an amazing country, with so much to explore. Three weeks here just isn’t enough. 24. The owner of the hotel mentioned in Paragraph 1 ______. A. was friendly and helpful B. knew little about Vietnam C. was one of the author’s old friends D. asked the author to live there for free 25. In the author’s opinion, the market they visited in Cho Lon was ______. A. really small B. noisy C. very modern D. attractive 26. What’s the correct order of the places the author visited in Vietnam? A. Ho Chi Minh City → Hanoi → Sapa → Hue → Vung Tau. B. Ho Chi Minh City → Sapa → Hue → Vung Tau → Hanoi. C. Hanoi → Sapa → Hue → Ho Chi Minh City → Vung Tau. D. Hanoi → Hue → Sapa → Vung Tau → Ho Chi Minh City. 27. When will the author probably leave Vietnam? A. On April 6th. C. On April 21st. B. On April 14th. D. On April 28th. C Feeling lonely has a bigger influence on older people’s life expectancy(预期寿命) than smoking, top government adviser David Halpern said earlier this year. This shocking fact, given that loneliness is reaching high levels in the UK – with 3.1 million over – 65s going more than a week without seeing a friend or family member – has caused quite a debate. Later retirement age is one idea for how the government might respond, but I think we can make a change without waiting for a new law. My solution? Yup, you guessed it: the web. OK, I’m not mad enough to suggest that a piece of electronic equipment is a magic bullet(灵丹妙药) to loneliness, but I do, hand on heart, think that encouraging more older people to get online is the simplest and cheapest tool we can equip them with so they can reawaken old, or form new friendships. One of my favorite jobs as Digital Champion is judging Age UK’s Internet Champion of the Year Award. Looking through this year’s shortlist, it was obvious that each participant had been suddenly filled with a desire to socialize because of the way the net had widened their social circle. Reading the shortlist, what also struck me was how far from rocket science getting older people online is. One of this year’s winners, Brenda, has a great story that’s both totally special and also very typical. Brenda felt extremely lonely after her husband’s death. Several months later, she got online. Having quickly got used to using the computer, Brenda amazingly ma naged to make contact with a soldier who had stayed with her family during the Second World War. Starting up their friendship again after more than half a century is the kind of miracle(奇迹) the Internet has made us almost take for granted – but which would have been almost unthinkable just ten years ago. 28. Why did the author suggest the web as a solution?

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A. It is an all-purpose tool. B. It is strongly advised by the government. C. It is the only way older people make new friends. D. It can solve the problem of loneliness in an easy way. 29. What did the author learn from the shortlist? A. Participants had a similar social circle. B. Participants found it difficult to get online. C. Participants benefited greatly from the web. D. Participants knew each other because of the net. 30. As a lonely old woman, Brenda _____. A. searched hard for her old friend B. became a new friend of a soldier C. lived alone for more than half a century D. got in touch with an old friend on the net 31. What is the best title for the text? A. Friends Online C. Encourage Older People B. Debate on Loneliness D. Help an Internet Beginner

D A Swedish man was dug out alive after being snowed in his car on a forest track for two months with no food, police and local media reported on Saturday. The 45-year-old from southern Sweden was found on Friday, February17, too weak to say m ore than a few words. He was found not far from the city of Umea in the north of Sweden by snowmobilers who thought they had come across a ruined car until they dug their way to a window and saw movement inside. The man, who was lying in the back seat in a sleeping bag, said he had been in the car since December 19. “Just incredible that he’s alive considering that he had no food, but also since it’s been really cold for some time after Christmas,” a rescue team member told regional daily Vasterbottens- Kuriren, which broke the news. Ebbe Nyberg, duty officer at the Umea police, said police saw no reason to doubt that the man had been stuck in the car for a very long time. “We would not make up something like this. The rescue services were on site too and saw the same as us.” he told Vasterbottens-Kuriren. Umea University Hospital, where the man is recovering after being rescued by police and a rescue team, said in a statement he was doing well considering the circumstances. Doctors at the hospital said humans would normally be able to survive for about four weeks without food. Besides eating snow, the man probably survived by going into a dormant-like(休 眠似的) state, physician Stefan Branth told Vasterbottens-Kuriren. “A bit like a bear that hibernates. Humans can do that.” he said. “He probably had a body temperature of around 31 degrees which the body adjusted to. Due to the low temperature, not much energy was used up.” “Why the man ended up under the snow in the forest remains unknown,” police said. 

32.Who found the Swedish man in the snow??? A. Snowmobilers.??? B. The police.? ?? C. A rescue team.??? D. Local people.? 33.“Police saw no reason to doubt that the man had been stuck in the car for a very long time.”Implies that________.  A.police didn’t think it true B. police were sure of the fact? C.police had some doubt on the fact
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D. police had reasons to doubt the fact?? 34.The reason why the man could survive was most probably that______.?? ? ? ? ? A.he was only forty-five years old B. he slept in the sleeping bag?? C. he was in a dormant-like state?? D.he did not use any energy? 35. Which of the following can be the best title of the passage?? A.A Traffic Accident B.A Successful Rescue C.A Long Sleep in Winter D. An Incredible Survival? 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 多余选项。 If something that you’re doing doesn’t challenge you, then it doesn’t change you. We all need some normal stress in our lives, after all, 36 . So challenge the following limits: 1. Figure out what you’re scared of and do it continuously. If you’re a salesman, and you’re scared of talking to people personally or over the phone, now, instead of being scared and thinking you’ll fail, spend at least five minutes a day to pick up the phone and make a call. 37 . But don’t stop on the first try! Eventually, you can look at fear in the eyes and say, “Go on, I’m not scared!” 2. 38 Make sure this hobby is not linked to your career; you have to relax and relieve your stress while performing this. Some examples might be cooking, sewing, painting and so on. Apart from helping you challenge yourself, taking a class for your hobby may also give you extra income. 3. Set aside at least nine minutes a day for physical exercise. 39 . A simple 9-minute run around your neighborhood can do wonders for yourself. Exercise can not only help you maintain your regular weight, but also make you feel better about yourself. 4 .Travel and allow yourself to be interested in new people. Don’t just limit yourself to your fellow travelers—try to connect with the service staff. You never know what kind of people they’re going to be, Get out of your house or go online right now to book your class. 40 A. B. C. D. E. F. G. You should do it continuously. Someone may hang up on you. You don’t need to go to the gym Running in the gym may be a better choice. Start to travel now and learn to challenge yourself. Take a class for a hobby you’ve been wanting to develop. You can never see any improvement if you stick to your comfort zone.

三、完形填空(本大题共 20 小题,共 30 分) One man was to meet his wife downtown and spend some time shopping with her. He waited 41 for 15 minutes. Then he waited impatiently for 15 minutes more. After that, he became 42 . When he saw a photograph booth nearby, he had 43 . He wore the most unhappy expression he could manage, which was not 44 in the situation. In a few moments, he was holding four small prints that 45 even him. He wrote his wife’s name on the back of the photos and handed them to a 46 behind the desk in the booth. “ 47 you see a s mall, dark lady with brown eyes and an apologetic expression, obviously 48 someone, would you please give her this?” he said. He then 49 his office in Morrison Building, 50 that if a picture is worth a thousand word s, then the four photos must be a good 51 ! He sat down with a smile.
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His wife 52 those pictures. She carries them in her purse now and shows them to anyone who asks if she is married ?How are you with 53 ? One person calls it “wait training.” It seems that there is always something we are 54 . We wait on traffic and we wait in lines. We wait to hear about a new job. We wait to complete school. We wait for someone to change his or her mind. Patience is an important 55 of a happy and rewarding life. 56 , some things are worth waiting for. Every 57 presents many opportunities for wait training. We can hate waiting, 58 it or even get good at it! But one thing is 59 —we cannot avoid it. How is your 60 coming along? 41. A. stressfully B. respectfully C.curiously D.patiently 42.A.confused B.annoyed C. frightened D.endangered 43. A. a question B.a reason C.an idea D.an opinion 44. A. serious B.regular C.difficult D.convenient 45.A.disturbed B.shocked C.attracted D.encouraged 46. A. companion B.accountant C.passer-by D.clerk 47. A.Since B.Before C. Unless D.If 48. A. looking for B.standing for C.sending for D.paying for 49. A.called up B. lead to C. set off D.returned to 50. A.worried B. disappointed C.satisfied D.astonished 51. A.description B.lecture C.demand D.declaration 52. A.saved B.offered C.developed D.destroyed 53. A.freedom B.marriage C.patience D.determination 54.A.hoping for B.ready for C.waiting for D.fit for 55.A.lesson B.reputation C.attempt D.quality 56.A. After all B.Now that C.Right now D.So far 57.A.age B.day C.era D.office 58.A.improve B.control C.exchange D. accept 59. A. certain B. amusing C.precious D.relaxing 60. A. photo taking B. job hunting C.decision making D.wait training 四、语法填空(本大题共 10 小题,共 15 分) 阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当的内容(不多于 3 个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。 Every child should have a solid science education ___61___ they want to be the next Albert Einstein or Michael Jordan. Science is all around us. Children that understand how science plays ___62____ role in our everyday lives have a wonderful foundation for success in life. Children can learn science at any age. The ___63___(early)they start, the better,The best way for kids to learn is through play and repetition.These are wonderful science toys for preschool science___64___(activity). Children love to use their imagination____65____( complete) to have fun and to help them understand the world around them. So play is a wonderful time to introduce science to them. Think of the games that we used to play. Each of the games ____66___ (have) science behind it. Children are by nature curious as they feel the world, ___67___(try) to make sense of what is around them. It is curiosity that needs ____68____(encourage)and satisfied. Finding these toys is not as hard as one would think. To make sure that you get good quality toys, visit science toy shops online. These are the best places to find unique science toys.

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Help your children appreciate the world around them with understanding the world around them. This way, they understand how we are all____69___ (connect) together. Children will not only question the world, but be able to come up with answers to those questions___70____their own . Science is life.

五、短文改错(本大题共 2 小题,共 20 分) 假定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。每处错误涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。 增加:在缺词处加一个漏词符号(∧) ,并在其正下方写出该加的词。 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。 Most of us feel so nervous that whenever we’re taking an important exam. Some will suffer from lack with sleep, while others will have a unhealthy diet. In fact, all these had terrible effects on our exams so we are eager to remove them. First of all, exams are only a means of check how we are getting along with our studies, so there is no need to worry too many about the results. Study hard every day and make a careful plan for every exams. In this way we can reduce the pressure of exams. However, enough sleep can make us energetic and enable us to perform good in an exam. Therefore, during the period of exams, should not stay up too late.

六、书面表达(本大题共 1 小题,共 25 分) 目前, 中国已经进入汽车社会, 越来越多的汽车正走进寻常百姓家。 但是有些驾驶员的素质令人担忧, 他们的所作所为严重危害了自己和他人的安全。这种现象与社会的发展极不协调。请你以李华的身份,结 合下列几点写一封倡议书,倡议所有驾驶员做“中国好司机”。 主要内容包括: 1. 简单描述以上现象; 2. 你的建议: 1)严格遵守交通规则; 2) 不隔窗抛物; 3) 礼让他人,不闯红灯。 注意:1. 词数 100 左右 2. 可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯; 3. 开头和结尾已给出,不计入总词数。 词汇:规则 regulations 让路 give way to ; 闯红灯 run the red light Dear drivers,

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At present, more and more cars have entered the homes of ordinary people.

Sincerely yours, Li Hua

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2015—2016 高二下学期第二次月考参考答案 一,听力 1-5 A C C B A 6-10 C B B C A 11-15B C A C A 16-20 C A C A A 二,阅读 21--23DDC 24-27 ADAB 28-31 DCDA 32-35 ABCD 36—40 GBFCE 三,完形 41-45 DBCCB 46-50DDADC 51-55BACCD 56-60 ABDAD 四,语法填空 61 whether 62 a 63 earlier 64 activities 65 completely encouraged 69 connected 70 on 五,改错 71.that 去掉 72. with 改为 of 73. a—an 74. had—have 75. check—checking 76. many—much 77. exams—exam 78. However—Besides 79. good—well 80. should 前加 we 书面表达参考答案:?

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Dear drivers, At present, more and more cars have entered the homes of ordinary people. But what worries us a lot is some drivers’ bad quality. Their behavior harms the safety of others and themselves. This phenomenon is against the development of our society. Then , I have some ideas for you to be good drivers. First , all of us must obey the traffic regulations. Second, you shouldn’t throw things out of the car window. Some cleaners are hit by the passing cars and die per year while they are picking up the things you have thrown away. Next , give way to passers-by politely at the cross-roads and you mustn’t run the red light. Last but not least, always remember: your families are waiting for you at home. I really hope all the drivers can take action from now on and try to be good Chinese drivers. Sincerely yours, Li Hua

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