14-15 学年重大高一上学期 1 册 Unit1 测试(课标)
Class: Name: Marks: 满分（120） 第一部分 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) A A boy called Mario loved to have many friends. He showed off a lot, always
talking about how many friends he had at school. One day his grandpa said to him, “Mario, I bet you don’t have as many friends as you think. I am sure many of them are just acquaintances (泛泛之交).” Mario disagreed with his grandpa. However, he wasn’t sure how he could test whether or not his schoolmates were real friends. Now his grandpa had something in his hand, but Mario could see nothing there. “Take it. It’s a very special chair. Because it’s unseen, it’s rather difficult to sit on. But if you take it to school and manage to sit on it, you’ll believe its magic (魔力) and be able to tell who your real friends are.” Mario took the strange chair and set off for school. At break time he asked everyone to form a circle and put himself in the middle with his chair. Then Mario tried to sit on the chair but always missed and fell. Everyone had a pretty good laugh. He kept trying to sit on the magic chair, but kept falling to the ground. Suddenly, he tried again and didn’t fall. It was then that he finally experienced the magic. Looking around, Mario saw George, Lucas, and Diana holding him up so he wouldn’t fall. Meanwhile, many others he had thought of as friends had done nothing but laugh at him, enjoying each and every fall. 1. Mario disagreed with his grandpa because he A. didn’t like his grandpa B. had many friends at school C. didn’t believe his grandpa’s words D. liked to have friends and show off 2. Mario used the special chair to A. find his true friends D. prove his grandpa was wrong 3. What can we learn from Paragraph 3? A. George, Lucas, and Diana were tricked. B. George, Lucas, and Diana were Mario’s real friends. C. George, Lucas, and Diana would be ignored by others. D. George, Lucas, and Diana were able to see the magic chair. 4. The story mainly tells us that A. the elderly are really wise C. an unseen chair is really powerful D. true friends are those who care for us B Leaving junior high school, and going up to the big school was a very frightening change for me. I went . B. laughing at a friend is impolite C. let his friends see his special ability . B. make more new friends .
there with no friends. The only two people who came from my previous school were two girls, Donna Davis and Sakjinda Rai, but I developed little friendship with them. At first I was scared (害怕的) and looked stupid. But after a few months, I tried keeping my arms open and making friends with people around me. After an unsuccessful relationship with Amit Sharmar, who ran away from me whenever I said hello to him, Sher Bhachu joined me, and we seemed to have a bit in common. So I made my first friend, and I wasn’t on my own any more! But after a few days, he broke his leg, and was off for a couple of months! I was on my own again! Anyway, when Sher finally did return, I introduced him to another friend of mine, Graeme Parker. They got on like a house on fire, but unfortunately that little threesome (三人一组) only managed to last about a week or two before they had a bit of fight, and poor Graeme went his own way. Shortly after that we met and later joined with another gang. Others later joined at various stages, including: Chris Elemen, Venay Maru, Amandeep Vidhani, Yaser Ghauri and Paul Barrance. It was with these people that I spent most of my life in senior high school. 5. Who was the author’s first friend in the new school? A. Donna Davis. C. Graeme Parker. B. Amit Sharmar. D. Sher Bhachu. .
6. After a short time, the author was alone without friends again because A. they quarreled about something B. his friend was off because of injury C. the author moved to another school D. they found they had nothing to share 7. According to the last paragraph, we can learn that A. the author made more friends as time went on B. the author missed his little threesome C. the author and Graeme had a bit of fight D. Graeme Parker and Sher Bhachu were close friends 8. The real purpose of the author in writing this passage is to A. introduce some friends to readers B. prove senior high school life is hard C. tell readers his friendship in senior high school D. show his attitudes toward life in senior high school C . .
A hug is a wonderful thing and it is a great gift to share with people. For some people, a hug is considered to be a great way to say “I care”. A hug communicates support, affection (喜爱), unity and belonging. A hug shows a strong feeling of sympathy. A hug brings happiness. A hug also touches the soul. Hugs are healthy. Hugs can ease pain, reduce stress, cure depression (消沉), and refresh the heart, yet they have no side effects... No wonder, it is a true miracle medicine. A hug can say “I love you”. A hug can say “I hate to see you go”. A hug can say “It’s good to have you
back”. A hug can say “It’s great to see you”. A hug can say “I feel your pain”. A hug can also say “Let me share your burden”. No matter whether you’re the giver or the receiver, hugs touch the inner being. From friends, to families, to loved ones, to those in need, a hug warms the heart. A hug is truly amazing. It brings generosity (慷慨) to the giver and happiness to the receiver. It brings blessings to those who give and joy to those who receive. Hugs are one of the reasons why God gave us arms. So, stretch out your arms to someone today. Reach out to those you love. It will warm the heart of the giver and give light to the soul of the receiver. Reach out to your neighbor. It will show that you care. Reach out to one in need. It will show that you are responsible. Reach out to the world. It will show God that you care for His creation. 9. What is the best title of the passage? A. The advantages of hugs B. How should we hug . C. The tips on giving others hugs D. The facts of hugs 10. Hugs can benefit people in the following ways EXCEPT A. improving the health C. making receivers happy A. send some messages B. cheering people up D. creating great wealth . B. make people come back .
11. According to the third paragraph, we can learn hugs can C. stop people going somewhere D. break people’s hearts 12. To show you care, you should reach out to A. those who need joy C. those you miss D. God D B. your neighbor
It’s important to know how to be safe when you’re with animals. Both indoor animals and outdoor animals need to be treated kindly all the time. This means different things depending on the animal and the situation. With a wild animal, being kind may mean staying far away so the animal doesn’t feel threatened and so you stay safe. The rule in the great outdoors is simple: Don’t touch or go near an animal. Although some of these animals may look cool or even cute, leave them alone. These animals aren’t like regular pets. They’re not used to being around people and may bite or attack you if you come near them. They also might have rabies (狂犬 病). Don’t try to feed a wild animal. Bird feeders are OK, but other animals, even if they look hungry, shouldn’t ever be fed. When it comes to these animals, it’s better for everyone if you stay away and check them out at the zoo, on the Internet, on TV nature shows, or in books. If a pet looks sick or is injured, stay far away. An animal that normally loves to be petted and play may get very upset and even bite you when it is feeling ill. Tell an adult so he or she can get help for the animal. If a dog starts running toward you, don’t run. If a strange dog approaches you, try to stand very still. This may be scary for a minute or two, but often the dog will become bored and walk away. If the dog tries to sniff
(嗅) you, let it sniff — this is its way of checking you out. 13. The underlined word “This” in the first paragraph refers to “ A. Staying safe with animals B. Being kind to animals D. Knowing the ways to be safe . C. Playing with animals all the time A. it feels a lot of threat B. it is not what it looks like C. it hates being around people D. it is used to attacking other animals 15. When a pet is injured, you should A. pet it gently C. give it medicine . B. ask for help D. avoid being upset ”.
14. A wild animal may attack you when approached because
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。 A man worked in a post office. to God. He thought, “I had better open this one and see what it’s all about.” So he opened it and it read: “Dear God, I am an 83-year-old lady living on a very small pension (退休金). 17 It had a hundred dollars in it which was all the money I had until my next pension check. Next Sunday is Mother’s Day, and I had invited my last two friends over for dinner. Without that money, I have nothing to buy food with. I have no family to turn to, and you are my only hope. Can you please help me?” The worker was greatly touched and showed the letter to all the others. collected 96 dollars, which they put into an envelope and sent to her. The rest of the day, all the workers felt pleased when they thought of the nice thing they had done. 19 All the workers gathered around while the letter was being opened. It read, “Dear God, how can I 20 ever thank you enough for what you did for me? Because of your help, I was able to prepare a lovely dinner for my friends. We had a very nice day, and I told my friends about your wonderful gift. There is no doubt there is a thief in the post office.” A. Yesterday someone stole my purse. B. By the way, there was 4 dollars missing. C. They were very glad to receive the letter. D. Only God can help me. E. A few days later they received another letter from the old lady to God. F. They all took out their wallets and gave some money. G. His job was to find out the letters that had unreadable addresses. 第二部分 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） Near my home is a field, with two horses in it. From a distance, each horse 21 like any other 18 At last, he 16 One day, a letter came to his desk. It was addressed
horse. But if you come near, you will notice has made a good home for him. If you stand nearby and 25
22 23 . His owner has chosen not to kill him, 24 26 . 31 33
quite amazing. You will find out that one of them is
, you will hear the sound of a bell. Looking around for the 27 30 28 the other horse is, so he can 29
of the sound, you will see that it comes from the smaller horse in the field. Connected halter (笼头) is a small bell. It lets the blind friend know As you watch these two friends, you’ll see that the horse with the bell is always that he will not be led astray (迷路). When the horse with the bell and looks back, making sure that the blind friend isn’t too Like the have 38 36 35 34 32
the horse’s the blind
horse, and that the blind horse will listen for the bell and then slowly walk towards the other horse, each evening, it stops to hear the bell. 37
of the two horses, God does not throw us away just because we are not perfect or we us.
or challenges. He watches over us and even brings others into our lives to 39
we are the blind horses being guided by the little ringing bell of those whom God places in our lives. . Good friends are like that. You 40 them, but you know they are always there. C. looks C. anything C. dumb C. but C. examine C. reason C. to C. whether C. settle C. picking up C. proving C. rests D. from now on C. tired out C. partner C. problems C. control C. Someday C. success C. hear D. far behind D. producer D. questions D. encourage D. Sometimes D. nature D. see D. feels D. nothing D. blind D. or D. observe D. cause D. on D. where D. recover D. checking on D. requesting D. sleeps
Other times we are the guide horses, helping others to find their may not always 21. A. acts 23. A. deaf 24. A. while 25. A. enjoy 26. A. source 27. A. at 28. A. when 29. A. follow 31. A. showing 32. A. works B. smells B. foolish B. so B. listen B. resource B. in B. what B. ignore B. believing B. returns
22. A. something B. everything
30. A. dealing with B. focusing on
33. A. from morning to night C. from time to time 34. A. out of mind B. at rest 35. A. owner 37. A. change 39. A. aim B. trainer B. help B. way 36. A. advantages B. experiences 38. A. All the time B. At a time 40. A. understand B. visit
B. from place to place
第二节 (共10小题；每小题1.5分，满分15分) 阅读下面材料，在标有41~50 的空格处填入适当的内容(不多于3个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。
Michael: Hello, Mrs. Smith. I’m Michael for The Daily Mirror and I’m carrying out a survey into public opinions 41 the city bus service. 42 44 I have to go shopping. 43 (improve)? . I mean, you look at the timetable and you think, “Oh, Mrs. Smith: The bus service? I don’t use it Mrs. Smith: Well, buses must turn up on Michael: Do 45
Michael: How do you think the bus service could be well. Five minutes to wait. But it turns out to be an hour. ”
other people in your family use the bus service? 46 , when he does need to use it, he’s often angry at it. 47 for work. Fortunately,
Mrs. Smith: My husband. He uses it more often. a neighbor 48
Once he waited up to 50 minutes at the station for a bus. As a result, he was works in his office often gives him a lift. 49 Michael: That would be nice. Mrs. Smith: So I think there should be some ways of arrive and certainly 41. ________ 46. ________ 50 more bus service. 43. ________ 48. ________ 42. ________ 47. ________
(warn) people when a bus is not going to
44. ________ 45. ________ 49. ________ 50. ________
第三部分 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) 请修改下面的短文。短文中共有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。 Should students make friends online? Different students in our class held different opinions. Some of we agree with the opinion. The reasons are as follows: first, we make more friends on the Internet. Second, we can express ourselves free. Besides, making friends online can be good for English learning. However, the others are against the opinions. The reason is because they think it is a waste of time making friends online. Besides, it has a worse influence on study. What’s more, students are easily cheating online. I think making friends online are good for us because I have made a great progress in my study. 第二节 书面表达 (满分25分) 假设你叫李华，是一位刚入学不久的高中生。当前你觉得与班上同学相处有困难。请你根据以下要 点，用英文给你校英语报编辑王老师写信以寻求建议。 1. 陈述自己当前的处境； 2. 向王老师寻求相关建议。
参考答案： 1-15 CABDD 16-20 GAFEB 21-40 CADCB ACDAD BBCDA CBDBD 41. about/on 42. unless 43. improved 44. time 45. any 46. However 47. late 48. who 短文改错 Should students make friends online? Different students in our class held different opinions. hold Some of we agree with the opinion. The reasons are as follows: us first, we∧make more friends on the Internet. can Second, we can express ourselves free. Besides, making friends online freely can be good for English learning. However, the others are against the opinions. opinion The reason is because they think it is a waste of time making that friends online. Besides, it has a worse influence on study. What’s more, bad students are easily cheating online. I think making friends online are cheated good for us because I have made great progress in my study. One possible version: Dear Miss Wang, I am a new student of this high school. Now I am writing to you to share my personal feelings with you. I am not good at communicating with people. Although I have tried to be friendly to my classmates, I still find it difficult to make friends with them. So I feel quite upset from time to time. I really want to change this bad situation, but I have no idea what I can do. I would be grateful if you could give me some helpful advice. Yours, Li Hua is 49. warning 50. much BACAD ABBAB