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2012-2013 学年高二级第二学期第一次月考试题 英语(文)
第一卷 英语知识应用
一:单项填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并写在答题卡 上。 例:It is generally considered unwise to give a child _______ he o

r she wants. A. however B. whatever C. whichever D. whenever 答案是 B。 1.For a long time they walked without saying ____ word. Jim was the first to break ____ silence. A. the; a B. a; the C. a; / D. the; / 2. ---- It is getting late. I am afraid I must be going now. ---- Ok. _______. A. Take it easy B. Go slowly C. Stay longer D. See you 3. What will the world use for power when it _______ oil ? A. run out of B. is running out of C. has run out of D. ran out of 4. If you have trouble at home, it?s bound ________ your work. A. to affecting B. affecting C. in affecting D. to affect 5. Don?t believe him. He _____ a story. A. makes up B. is making up C. makes up of D. is making out 6. The whole book _____ 12 units, ______ two mainly revisions. A. contains; including B. includes; containing C. contains; containing D. includes; including 7. There are ______ these books and _____ pencils on the desk. A. a dozen; scores of B. scores, a dozen of C. scores of, a dozen D. two dozens, a score 8. He suggested that we ____ the plan later, which suggested that he ____ against it. A. discussed; was B. would discuss; should be C. discuss; was D. should discuss; should be 9. In Chinese _____, old people?s advice is of great _____. A. values; value B. values; values C. value; value D. value; values 10. The writer was made ________to the readers. A. apologize B. apologizing C. to apologize D. to be apologizing 11. I was very________ to find that the cinema was not accessible to the elderly or people in wheelchairs. A. annoyed B. annoying C. annoy D. annoyance 12. -Why does the lake smell terrible?

-Because large quantities of water _________? A. have polluted B. is being polluted C. has been polluted D. have been polluted 13. We had nothing to do _______ watch TV. A. but to B. then to C. but D. then

14. Everything _____ doing is worthy of _____ well. A. worthy; being done B. worthy; doing C. worth; being done D. worth; doing 15. They desired that they_______ the right to vote. A. had B. have C. are D. were

16. Nick is looking for another job because he feels that nothing he does_______ his boss. A. serves B. satisfies C. promises D. support

17. —Hi , Tracy , you look tired. —I'm tried. I ______ the living room all day. A. painted painted 18. Why? I have nothing to confess ________ you want me to say? A. What is it that C. How is it that of middle school students nowadays. A. other than B. or rather C. rather than D. more than B. what it is that D. How it is that B. had painted C. have been painting D. have

19. It is the test system, _____ the teachers, that is to blame for the heavy burden

20.

Do let your mother know all the truth , she appears _______

everything. A. to tell told 二:完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 l.5 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从 36-55 各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项,并写在答题卡上。 In the United States, it is not customary to telephone someone very early in the morning. If you telephone him early in the morning, 21 he is shaving or having breakfast, the 22 of the call shows that the matter is very B. to be told C. to be telling D. to have been

important and 23 immediate attention. The same meaning 24 with telephone calls made after 11:00 pm. If someone 25 a call during sleeping hours, he considers it a matter of life and 26 . The time chosen for the call communicates its importance. In 27 life, time plays a very important part. In the U.S., 28 may feel they are not highly 29 if the invitation to a dinner party is extended only three or four days before the party date. But it is 30 in all countries. In other areas of the world, it may be considered 31 to make an appointment too far in _32 because plans made for a date more than a week away may be __33 . The meaning of time differs in different parts of the world. Thus, misunderstandings _34 between people from cultures that treat time differently. Promptness(准时) is __35 highly in American life, for example. If not prompt, they may be regarded as impolite or not fully 36 . In the U.S. no one would think of keeping a business 37 waiting for an hour, it would be too impolite. A person who is five minutes late is 38 to make a short 39 . If he is less than five minutes late, he will say a few words of 40 , though perhaps he will not complete the sentence. 21. A. and B. but C. while D. for which 22. A. time B. reason C. person D. place 23. A. pays B. explains C. declares D. requires 24. A. comes B. goes C. deals D. happens 25. A. receives B. phones C. sends D. replies 26. A. help B. trouble C. death D. disturbance 27. A. local B. city C. trade D. social 28. A. hosts B. guests C. waiters D. postmen 29. A. thought B. regarded C. praised D. served 30. A. true B. same C. different D. common 31. A. foolish B. waste C. impolite D. impossible 32. A. future B. delivery C. advance D. preparation 33. A. missing B. changeable C. helpless D. forgotten 34. A. cause B. appear C. spread D. transfer 35. A. valued B. looked C. believed D. followed 36. A. capable B. respectable C. forgivable D. believable 37. A. merchant B. company C. partner D. competitor 38. A. ordered B. expected C. suggested D. requested 39. A. apology B. speech C. fine D. performance 40. A. regret B. enjoyment C. introduction D. explanation. 三:阅读(共第一节,第二节两部分,满分 50 分)

第一节阅读理解(20 小题,每小题 2 分,共 40 分)
阅读下列短文,从每题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中选出最佳答案。 A

Einstein, a great scientist of the age, was almost as strange as his Theory of Relativity. Once, while riding a street car in Berlin, he told the conductor that he had not given him the right change. The conductor counted the change again and found it to be correct, so he handed it to Einstein, saying, “The trouble with you is that you don?t know your figures.” Einstein said that there were only twelve people living who understood his Theory of Relativity although a good many books had been written to explain it. He had nothing but contempt(蔑视) for the things most people set their hearts on --- for fame and riches(财富) and luxury(奢华). He didn?t want money or praise. He made his own happiness out of such simple things as his work and playing the violin and sailing his boat. Einstein?s violin brought him more joy than anything else in life. He said that he often thought in music. 41.The conductor thought Einstein _____ . A. wasn?t good at maths B.had good memory C. was either mad or strange D.liked to make trouble 42.Einstein meant that many people _____ . A. knew his Theory of Relativity well because they could explain it B.had written to have grasped his theory correctly C.pretended to have grasped his abstract theory D.admired him very much 43.Which of the following statements is true? A. Einstein care little for fame or wealth. B. Einstein had nothing but enough fame and riches and luxury. C. Einstein was eager for the things most people set their hearts to. D. In the eyes of Einstein, most people had a strong wish to publish book on the theory. 44. The underline part “set their hearts on” means _____. A. believe B. have C. love D. hate B An American man from Las Vegas opened a dog and cat hotel recently. Pats can rest on soft rugs(小地毯), watch television and get to know some new friends while their masters have fun in the city The American Dog and Cat Hotel opened officially on a Wednesday in March. There is everything a pet could want --- and more. “We hear time and time again. ?This is so nice, I?d like to stay here.? ” the hotel manager said in an interview. He believed that people would want for their pets what they wanted for themselves. Kennels(狗舍) have been around for a long time, but nowadays masters want to put their loved pets in some better places, he added. He said the cats and dogs like to watch images(图像) on TV although they may not understand them. Anyway, they don?t have to know Britney Spears or

Emimem to enjoy the pop music. Also, “The dogs don?t know it is a rug, but they know it is soft,” he said. Pet masters can book a dog suite(套房) for $79 a night. Baths and other services are also offered. The pet hotel manager believes that all the animal lovers in the world will love this great idea. 45. By “--- and more” in the last sentence of the 2nd paragraph the writer means that ______. A. there?re also things for the pet masters B. some of the things are unnecessary C. there?re things a pet cannot fully enjoy D. all the things are plenty in amount 46. Who made the expression that “This is so nice, I?d like to stay here.”? A. Some pets B. Some pet masters C. The hotel manager D. The interviewer 47. In the pet masters? opinion, the kennels are _____. A. not good enough B. too old to live in C. just an equal choice D. no longer in existence th 48. The 5 paragraph suggests that ______. A. some pets know some pop stars B. “rug” is a difficult word for a pet to learn C. pets enjoy things the same way humans do D. pets enjoy things at a sensational level C Your friends might be in Australia or may be just down the road, but they are all just a few clicks(点击) away. Life has changed for millions of young people across the world who now make friends online. Whether you use chat-rooms, QQ, MSN or ICQ, you are a member of this group. “I don?t often talk with my parents or grand-parents, but I talk a lot with my old friends on QQ,” said Fox?s Shadow, the online name used by a girl student in China. “Most of my classmates use QQ after school.” QQ is the biggest messaging service in China. A recorder from Tencent, the company which developed QQ, shows that 4 million people used it one Saturday night in October. And probably Fox?s Shadow was one of them. “I log in(登陆) on Friday nights, and Saturdays when I feel everything around me boring. I usually spend about ten hours chatting on-line every week,” she said. “But I never talk with strangers, especially boys or men.” Even though she likes chatting, she is careful about making friends with strangers online. “You don?t know who you?re talking to. You should always be careful about whom you believe in online.” Many people would like to meet offline when they feel they have got to know someone very well. Fox?s Shadow once met one of her online friends face to face. It was a girl who was a football fan like herself and they went to a football match together.

A 16-year-old Beijing boy, named Bart Simon online, dislikes QQ uses. “I used to chat on QQ, but I found that most people were talking about foolish things,” he said. Now he chats online in English, using MSN. “I only chat online because I?ve got friends in Japan, the US and Singapore,” he said. “I want to learn more about foreign cultures.” But he spends little time chatting on QQ as he sees it as a waste of time and money. “If you are really addicted to it, sometimes you can?t give your mind to your lessons,” he said. “And friends in your real life are always more important than those so-called friends you meet online.” 49. People meet face to face offline when they think they _____. A. have known each other well B. have the same interest C. have enough free time D. have nothing to do 50. Fox?s Shadow thinks QQ is ______. A. the biggest messaging service in China B. a good place to spend her time when bored C. a safe place to chat with strangers D. the best place to make friends 51. From the passage, we know “they are all just a few clicks away” means “ ______”. A. it is wonderful to see your friends by clicking B. it is easy and fast to get in touch with your friends C. it is possible to live much closer to your friends D. it is popular to make friends online 52. Which of the following sentence is TRUE according to the passage? A. All the people on QQ are talking about foolish things. B. Chatting online is a waste of time and money. C. We should be careful about boys or men online. D. We should think more of our friends on real life. D Chinese sword play Learn Chinese swordsmanship and practice Chinese sword play under the instruction of a professional in Ditan Park every Sunday afternoon. Fee: 60 yuan(US$ 7.2) Time/Date: 2 pm --- 3:30 pm, October 10. Place: Meet at the south gate of Ditan Park, across the overpass north of the Lama Temple, Chaoyang District. Tel: 8457-2772 See Lu Xun?s former residence Visit the museum and former residence of Lu Xun, the father of Chinese modern literature, and learn about this period of Chinese history, from 1910 to the late 1930?s.

Fee: 50 yuan(US$ 6) Time/Date: 2:30 pm --- 4:30 pm, October 16 Place: Meet in front of Lu Xun?s Museum, Fuchengmennei Dajie, Xicheng District Tel: 6432-9341 Hike on Heifengkou Great Wall Heifengkou Great Wall is about one and a half hours? drive north of Beijing. The hike starts from the village at the foot of the mountain where the Great Wall meanders to the top. Fee: 150 yuan(US$ 18) for adults, 100 yuan(US$ 12) for kids under 12. Time/Date: 8:30 am --- 5:30 pm, October 16 Pick-up: Meet at 8:30 am in front of the Big Easy, at the South Gate of Chaoyang Park, returning by 5:30 pm. Contact Lucy at lucy @ highclub. cn, or 6553-3920 for signing up. Tai Chi class This is a beginner?s level of Chen-style Tai Chi class, instructed by Paul Wang, who speaks excellent English and has a lot of experience teaching Westerners. He is the 12th generation master of Chen-Style Tai Chi, Tai Chi Sword, and Shaolin Temple longquan. Time/Date: 10 am --- 11:30 am, October 12, 19 Fee: 60 yuan(US$ 7.2) Place: In front of Jintai Gallery, inside the West Gate of Chaoyang Park, Chaoyang District Tel: 6432-9341 Contact Gina at linshujuan@chinadaily. com. cn. 53. The underline word “residence” in the second text possibly refers to ______ . A. a work B. a famous person C. a park D. a house 54. If John wants to learn Chinese sword play, he may go to _____. A. Ditan Park at 2 pm --- 3:30 pm, October 10 B. Fuchengmennei Dajie at 2:30 pm --- 4:30 pm, October 16 C. the South Gate of Chaoyang Park at 8:30 am D. Chaoyang Park at 10 am --- 11:30 am, October 12, 19 55. If you are free from 10:00 am --- 11:30 am, you may go to _____. A. learn Chinese sword play B. hike on Heifengkou Great Wall C. visit the museum and former residence of Lu Xun D. take the Tai Chi class 56. In which section of the newspaper can you find the information above? A. Sports. B. Entertainment. C. Advertisements. D. Brief News. E

Sure, it?s good to get along with your teacher because it makes the time you spend in the classroom more pleasant. And yes, it?s good to get along with your teacher because, in general, it?s smart to learn how to relate to the different types of people you?ll meet throughout your life. But really, there?s one super-important reason why you should get along with your teacher. When you do, “learning bursts right open,” says Evelyn Vuko, a longtime teacher who writes an education column called “Teacher Says” for the Washington Post newspaper. In fact, kids who get along with their teachers not only learn more, but they?re more comfortable asking questions and getting extra help. This makes it easier to understand new material and do your best on tests. When you have this kind of relationship with a teacher, he or she can be someone to turn to with problems, such as problems with learning or school issues, such as bullying(欺负 人). As a kid in a primary or middle school, you?re at a wonderful stage in your life. You?re like a sponge(海绵), able to soak up lots of new and exciting information. On top of that, you?re able to think about all this information in new ways. Your teacher knows that, and in most cases, is very excited to be the person who?s giving you all that material and helping you put it together. Remember, teachers are people, too, and they feel great if you?re open to what they?re teaching you. That?s why they wanted to be teachers in the first place --to teach! Some kids may be able to learn in any situation, whether they like the teacher or not. But most kids are sensitive(敏感的) to the way they get along with the teacher, and if things aren?t going well, they won?t learn as well and won?t enjoy being in class. 57. In the passage, the teacher mainly talks about _____. A. how to get along well with teachers B. the importance of a good relation with teachers C. how much the students are expected of to get along with teachers D. how to make the time in the classroom more pleasant 58. “Learning bursts right open” in the third paragraph really means _____. A. learning becomes easier for you at once B. you find an opening to learning C. there’ll be more problems with learning D. there’ll be no problems with learning. 59. According to the passage, which of the following offers the best reasoning? A. You are getting on well with your teachers, so you have more questions than others. B. You find it comfortable to ask questions, so you can build a good relationship with teachers. C. You have a good relationship with teacher, so you can turn to him/ her when in trouble.

D. You are in trouble, so you can build a good relationship with teachers. 60. Which of the comments is FALSE on teachers and their work according to the passage? A. Teachers are exited even if you wouldn?t like to accept their teaching. B. Teachers sometimes have the same feelings as students do. C. Though few there are still some students who can learn even if they don?t like the teacher. D. Having a bad relationship with your teachers does more or less harm to your studies. 第二节:篇章结构(共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) 下面是一篇文章, 请将标有 A—E 的段落插入文章中标号为 61---65 的合适位置, 使这篇文章意义完整,结构连贯。并将答案写在答题纸上。 She is widely seen as proof that good looks can last forever. But, at nearly 500 years of age, time is catching up with the Mona Lisa. 61 “The thin, wooden panel on which the Mona Lisa is painted in oil has changed shape since experts checked it two years ago,” the museum said. 63 62 “It is very interesting that when you?re not looking at her, she seems to be smiling, and then you look at her and she stops,” said Professor Margaret Livingstone of Harvard University. “It?s because direct vision(视觉) is excellent at picking up detail, but less suited to looking at shadows. Da Vinci painted the smile in shadows.” However, the actual history of the Mona Lisa is just as mysterious as the smile. 64 In 1911, the painting was stolen from the Louvre by a former employee, who took it out of the museum hidden under his coat. He said he planned to return it to Italy. The painting was sent back to France two years later. 65 A. Nearly 6 million people go to see the Mona Lisa every year, many attracted by the mystery of her smile. B. This picture is now so valuable that no one can tell its exact price. Therefore, many thieves tried to steal it in any way they could think of. C. Visitors have noticed the changes but repairing the world?s most famous painting is not easy. Experts are not sure about the materials the Italian artist used and their current chemical state. D. Da Vinci himself loved it so much that he always carried it with him, until it was eventually sold to France?s King Francis I in 1519. E. The health of the famous picture, painted by Leonardo da Vinci in 1505, is getting worse by the year, according to the Louvre Museum(卢 浮宫博物馆) where it is housed. F. During World War II , French hid the painting in small towns to keep it out of the hands of German forces. Like many old ladies, the Mona Lisa has some interesting stories to tell.

第二卷
一. 单词拼写(共 15 小题,每题 1 分) 二. 短文改错(共 10 小题;每题 15 分,满分 15 分) 三. 第二部分:短文改错(共 10 小题,每小题 1.5 分,满分 15 分) 文中共有一些语言错误,错误涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。 删除:把多余的词用斜线(﹨)划掉。 增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧) ,并在符号的下面写出该加的词。 修改:在错词下画一横线,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.其中有一项是正确的。 Today is Sunday .I′ve been in Canada for two months . This is the first time that I′ve been away my family for such a long time. With the help of Katia,a roommate of me, I′ve soon got used to live without my parents around. Katia,like many other Russian girls, are nice and lively. We became friends shortly afer we meet each other. Although her English is a little hardly to understand, we enjoy chatting and we usually talk a lot about our own family. We are both surprised that Chinese culture or Russian culture are so different. Now, we are planning a small party for the next Sunday.There ,Katia will introduce me to some of her friends,one of whom has been 86. 87. 88. 89. 90. 91. 92. 93. 94. 95.

to China several times.I just cant wait. 四.书面表达(满分 30 分) 目前,越来越多的中学生请家教,对于这一现象,存在两种不同观点: 有些人认为有必要 另一些人认为没有必要 跟教师比自己学好 容易养成依赖习惯 可以巩固课堂所学内容 学生需要时间休息 可以学到更多的东西 许多家教以赢利为目的 请你根据以上提示,以 Is a Tutor Necessary?为题,写一篇 110 词左右 的短文,反映表中内容,并简要阐述自己的观点。文章开头已经给出,不计入 总词数。 要求:层次清楚,连贯流畅,表达灵活,不要逐字翻译。 参考词汇:家教 tutor; 巩固 strengthen Is a Tutor Necessary? More and more middle school students are having tutors at the weekend. There are two different viewpoints about it.
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