江苏省盐城中学 2013-2014 学年高二英语下学期 5 月月考试题新人教版
第 I 卷 （选择题 共 80 分） 第一部分 听力（共两节，满分 10 分) 第一节（共 5 小题；每小题 0.5 分，满分 2.5 分） 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 does the man probably want to do? A. See a movie. B. Go to a high school. C. See a doctor. 2. When does Peter plan to leave for Beijing? A. This weekend. B. Next month. C. Next week. 3. Where is the woman going to spend her Mid-Autumn Festival? A. At her mother’s. B. At her sister’s. C. At her brother’s. 4. Where did the girl put her pen last week? A. On her desk. B. In the drawer. C. In the box. 5. When did the man attend the lecture? A. This afternoon. B. Yesterday evening. C. Yesterday afternoon. 第二节（共15小题；每小题0.5分，满分7.5分） 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， 各小题将给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第6段材料，回答第6至7题。 6. What kind of books does the man want to buy? A. Chinese story books. B. English story books. C. Some old books. 7. For whom does the man want to buy the books? A. For about 8-year-old children. B. For about 16-year-old children. C. For about 5-year-old children. 听第7段材料，回答第8至10题。 8. Where does the man work? A. In a company. A. Very poorly. B. In a college. B. Just so so. C. In a hospital. C. Very well. B. she misses her home 9. How does the woman get along with her classmates? 10. The woman sometimes feels lonely because ________. A. she gets on well with classmates C. she misses her good friends 听第8段材料，回答第11至13题。 11. Who is the man that is talking with the woman? A. A storywriter. B. A policeman. 12. What are the two speakers talking about? A. A personal robbery. B. A shop theft. 13. When does this conversation take place? A. At 2 o’clock. B. At 9 o’clock. 听第9段材料，回答第14至17题。 14. What are the two speakers mainly talking about? A. When they surf the Internet. B. What they do on the Internet. C. How they look up information on the Internet.
C. A reporter. C. A murder case. C. At 11 o’clock.
15. How often does the man probably surf the Internet? A. Once a week. B. Twice a week. C. A few times a week. 16. What do we know about the man? A. He gets some help from the Internet. B. He has never sent e-mails. C. He shows no interest in the Internet. 17. What’s the man’s favorite hobby? A. Watching Korean movies. B. Listening to English songs. C. Writing real letters with a pen and paper. 听第10段材料，回答第18至20题。 18. Why do many companies use animals when they sell their goods? A. Because they like animals. B. Because they want to attract customers. C. Because animals are big and fast. 19. What do they mean when Americans say wildcat? A. Wild and natural. B. Big and rich. C. Fast and fierce. 20. What does a wildcat bank note mean among Americans? A. It means the bank note has little or no value. B. It means the bank note has much value. C. It means the bank note has a picture of a wildcat on it. 第二部分 英语知识运用（共两节，满分 40 分） 第一节 单项填空（共 40 小题, 每小题 0.5 分，满分 20 分） 21. The concept of maglev transportation was ______first presented in the mid-20th century and the first commercial maglev train line was put into ______ operation at Birmingham Airport in Britain in 1984. A. the; the B. the; / C. /; the D. /; / 22. Rescuers raced ______ against time to reach more than 200 miners trapped underground on Wednesday after an explosion and fire at a coal mine in western Turkey. A. definitely B. violently C. desperately D. delightfully 23. People suffering from AIDS, looked down upon by many, ______ more attention and care from society. Let’s cast away all ______. A. deserved; concerns B. deserve; prejudices C. deserving; discrimination D. should deserve; considerations 24. — I haven’t seen Kate at the party. — If it were not for the fact that she ______ too busy with her work, I ______ her. A. is; would invite B. was; will invite C. had been; will invite D. should be; would invite 25. The French Revolution was successful in______ society of inequality, which had a great effect on many other countries, particularly ______ in Europe． A. freeing; that B. freeing; ones C. ridding; the one D. ridding; those 26. Serious bloody conflicts _____ in that country. Only a few journalists _______ the conflicts there. A. broke in; dare to cover B. broke out; dared to cover C. broke out; dare cover D. broke in; dared to covering 27. Linda ___ her parents to support her dream of becoming a tour guide, but her efforts were all ____. A. persuaded; in vain B. tried to persuade; in vain
C. advised; in effect D. tried to persuade; in effect 28. ______, I believe, and the riddles raised by the host can be______ without too much difficulty. A. A bit more effort; solved B. Doubling your efforts; settled C. If you put more efforts into it; worked out D. As long as you build up confidence; figured out 29. As her brothers，you mustn’t ________ a trick on your sister. A. cast B. catch C. range D. hatch 30. The sort of music he listens to varies, but ________ popular music. A. tends towards B. tends on C. tend D. tending 31. Francis, who was not only friendly, but also generous, ________born in Kentucky, lived and practiced law in Missouri. A. although B. he was C. who he was D. being 32.— How many friends will attend your birthday party? Shall I invite Ann to it tomorrow evening? —Yes. It will be fine if you________. A. are B. can C. invited D. do 33. The controversy（争论）surrounding missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 has ______ many Chinese tourists, who once saw Malaysia as an attractive holiday destination, ______ elsewhere. A. wrinkled; looking B. resisted; looked C. promoted; to look D. led; having looked 34. —Well, Jane, what did you want to say when you came in? —Nothing, just ______. A. take it easy B. in case C. forget it D. out of question 35. It is a happy, friendly house, with a(an) ______ atmosphere ______ one is pleasantly greeted with a refreshing cup of tea and home-made biscuits. A. grand; to which B. relaxed; for which C. modest; when D. awesome; where 36. Positive thinking puts power in our mind to act instead of staying ______ considering the circumstance or the mistake ______. A. stuck; made B. puzzled; to be made C. contradicted; having been made D. boycotted; had made 37. —Guess what! We’ll have a chance to visit our sister school in Denmark this summer! —How nice! You ________ a different culture then. A. will have experienced B. have experienced C. have been experiencing D. will be experiencing 38. However, at times this balance in nature is_____, resulting in a number of possibly unseen effects. A. troubled B. disturbed C. confused D. puzzled 39. ______ and they happened to be 40% off that I couldn’t resist ______ them. A. So beautiful were the sneakers; to buy B. So beautiful were the sneakers; buying C. The sneakers were so beautiful; from buying D. The sneakers were so beautiful; to have bought 40. Easy as we made it ______ the importance to keep earth in place, some villagers wouldn’t listen. A. understanding B. understood C. to understand D. to be understood 41. —Has Nancy gone back to her home in the UK?
—Yes. She ______ here only for three days with her friend. A. had stayed B. stayed C. has stayed D. is staying 42. Since Mo Yan won the Nobel Prize in 2012, his fans have been eagerly waiting for his new novels to ______. A. come out B. turn out C. bring out D. figure out 43. Never before _______ the famous ancient garden was just a stone’s throw away from the hotel, so out _______. A. had they known; went all they B. they had known; went all they C. had they known; they all went D. they had known; they all went 44. —I would appreciate it if you could forgive Lucy and be friendly to her as you used to. —______, if only she gave me a sincere apology. A. By all means B. By no means C. My pleasure D. It’s a pleasure 45. Each member of the staff coming to the company for the first time receives a letter in which there are some responsibilities and duties they should not ______. A. overlook B. outline C. predict D. convey 46. —______ bargaining is always such great fun? —Usually people consider it a test to see who can stand their ground longer. A. What is it that B. Why is it thatC. What it is that D. Why it is that 47. One third of the Ukrainian population live in the eastern region near Russia and speak Russian, most of them ______ closer to Russia. A. are feeling B. feel C. feeling D. are felt 48. The record about the massacre ( 大屠杀 ) is fairly clear and beyond dispute ______ those activities the Japanese soldiers were involved in. A. in memory of B. with assistance of C. with regard to D. in place of 49. Overloaded with work, school teachers now get far less sleep than they ______. A. shall B. should C. may D. might 50. Two professors at Harvard University published a study of 3,300 new graduates, looking at ______ their names had any bearing on their academic performance. A. that B. how C. why D. whether 51. —Did you attend the opening ceremony of The Voice of China last week? —Sorry! We ________ it, but we had a terrible traffic accident on our way. A. must have attended B. must attend C. could have attended D. could attend 52. Shapes can be ______ of other rubbish, ______ into the paint and ______ on the card. A. cut up; dipped; pressed B. cut up; dipping; pressing C. cut out; dipping; pressed D. cut out; dipped; pressed 53. These regulations the board approved at the meeting yesterday _____ everyone without exception. A. tend to B. commit to C. apply to D. contribute to 54. Hardly ______ the dormitory the next morning when ______ we had left our map in the room. A. had we left; we realized B. we left; did we realize C. we left; we realized D. did we leave; did we realize 55. Immediately, the two fall in love with each other. However, Zhu Yintai’s parents demand she ______ another man. A. be married with B. marries C. marry D. marry to 56. It was ______ back home after the evening party was over.
A. not until midnight did he go B. not until midnight that he went C. until midnight that he didn’t go D. until midnight when he went 57. Kevin kicked the ball so hard that up ______, higher and higher, until it was a small dot in the sky. A. fly did it B. flew it C. did it fly D. it flew 58. The first painting Guilin Heights, which ______ several steep hills with the Li River ______ below, ______ over three meters tall. A. focuses on; flowing; measures B. focuses on; flows; measuring C. focusing on; flowing; measures D. focusing on; flows; measuring 59. Modern pop music ______ the folk songs of black Americans ______ in slavery. A. produces from; are held B. has its roots in; held C. contributes to; / D. is rooted from; created 60. — I followed your advice on how to appreciate Great Expectations, but I still can’t find an effective way to get clear its plot. Why? — Well, ______. A. all is well that ends well B. no pains, no gains C. no sweet without sweat D. one man’s meat is another man’s poison 第二节 完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 20 分） 阅读下面短文，掌握其大意，从短文后所给的四个选项（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。 So tired as I was, I bothered myself to open up my cafe shop on the cold morning. With many consumers streaming in, I knew another long business day began. And I had to serve far into the night. As I rushed among the tables, suddenly, a 61 asked if I could mind a child. I was quite 62 but I could tell the man was quite desperate. So I had to make a 63 with him that if he wanted his son to stay and wait for him, he had to 64 something in the shop. This was quite 65 for the man to do; I could 66 he was quite poor by the 67 he was dressed. It looked as if he had tried to come in his 68 clothes. But they still looked a bit old and worn out 69 he had often worn them, just to make himself look best. Looking down I could see his 70 were also a bit torn and the heels were in a terrible state. I thought he was going for a job interview. In the end he bought a small box of 71 for his little son and seated him down in the corner. I could tell the boy was feeling down and only could 72 with a bit of cheering up. Seeing that the kid sat there for quite a while, I was a bit 73 as the poor little kid was sitting 74 his own. People watched him and some kids even came over to pick on him. I was 75 to see one of them even knocked his cookies off the table. He quickly went and got them back without saying a word. I was hoping his father would 76 up and come back for his son's 77 . At closing time, the only person left was the little boy. After a while, the father finally came in with a tiresome look. I 78 he didn't get any job. As they were leaving, I offered the kid a little cake, but the man rejected it. I 79 he felt as if I had just abused him. Of course I didn't mean to. But I could understand why he felt like that. I only wished them good 80 whatever happened. The man opened the door to leave－father and son hand in hand. 61．A．voice B．sound C．noise D．tune 62．A．pleased B．frightened C．annoyed D．interested 63．A．deal B．decision C．promise D．date
64．A．leave B．buy C．do 65．A．easy B．natural C．hard 66．A．explain B．prove C．think 67．A．manner B．means C．method 68．A．poorest B．best C．prettiest 69．A．even though B．so that C．as if 70．A．socks B．gloves C．pants 71．A．sweets B．cookies C．cigarettes 72．A．laugh B．speak C．do 73．A．relaxed B．nervous C．satisfied 74．A．on B．of C．by 75．A．touched B．disappointed C．astonished 76．A．hurry B．give C．turn 77．A．chance B．benefit C． future 78．A．hoped B ． imagined C．doubted D．guessed 79 ． A ． clarified B ． assumed C．confused D．ignored 80．A．luck B．progress C． supper D．night 第三部分 阅读理解（共 15 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 阅读下列短文，从每题所给的四个选项（ A、B、C 选出最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A
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Proper Care and Use of a Microscope A microscope is a useful instrument for observing small objects. It shows people the details that are undetectable when they observe with their own eyes. Before using the microscope, please read the instruction below. Caution: Microscopes are both delicate and expensive, and must be handled with care. 1. Always carry the microscope with two hands—one supporting the base and the other on the arm. 2. Keep the stage clean and always use a glass slide for specimens, the things tested or examined. 3. To avoid pressing the glass slide when focusing, begin with the lens (镜头) close to the specimen and gradually back off to focus. 4. Keep the microscope covered to prevent the buildup of dust while it is being stored. How to Use the Microscope: 1. Plug in the lamp. 2. Place a specimen on a slide. 3. Adjust the mirror so it reflects light from the room up into the objective lens. 4. Place your slide with the specimen directly over the center of the glass circle on the stage. If it is a wet slide, be sure the bottom of the slide is dry. 5. With the LOW POWER objective lens placed over the slide, use the coarse focus knob（粗准 焦螺旋）to lower the lens to the lowest point.
6. Look through the eyepiece with one eye while closing the other eye. Slowly raise the lens until the focus is relatively clear. 7. Use the fine focus knob to make very small changes to the focus. 8. Without changing the focus knobs, switch to the HIGH POWER objective lens. Once you have switched to HIGH POWER, use only the fine focus knob to make the image sharper. 81. When using a microscope, you should use a glass slide for specimens to ______. A. keep the stage clean B. avoid pressing the lens C. prevent the buildup of dust D. support the base and the arm 82. When observing onion cells on a slide, which of the following should you do first? A. Lower the lens. B. Adjust the mirror. C. Turn the fine focus knob. D. Look through the eyepiece. 83. What is the main purpose of this passage? A. To show the reader the various parts of a microscope. B. To persuade the reader to buy this type of microscope. C. To instruct the reader how to use a microscope with care. D. To show the reader some advantages of using a microscope. B When I first entered college, I was afraid that I was not “up to it”. I was afraid of being away from my family for the first time. Here I would have to make friends with strange people and perhaps also compete with them for grades in courses I would take. Were they smarter than I was? Could I keep up with them? Would they accept me? I soon learned that my life was now up to me. I had to set a study program if I were to succeed in my courses. I had to regulate the time I spent in my study and socializing. I had to decide when to go to bed, what to eat, and with whom to be friendly. These questions I had to answer for myself. At first, life was rough. I made mistakes in how I used my time. I also made mistakes in how I chose my first friends in college. Shortly, however, I had my life under control. I managed to get myself to class on time, do my homework and hand them in, and pass my first exams with satisfying grades. In addition, I developed a circle of friends with whom I felt comfortable and could share my fears. I set up my own routine, one that really met my needs. As a result, I began to look upon myself from a different perspective (视角). I began to see myself as a person responsible for myself and responsible for my friends and family. It felt good to make decisions and see them turn out to be wise ones. I guess this is what people call
“growing up”. What did life have in store for me? At that stage in my life, I was really uncertain where I would go and what I would do with the years ahead of me. But I knew I would be able to handle what was ahead because I had successfully overcome the major problem in my life: I had made the change from a person dependent on his family to a person who was responsible for himself. 84. The author was anxious about his college life at first because ______. A. he hated to get on with strangers B. he was at a loss in the new surroundings C. he lacked some specialist knowledge D. he was afraid of making mistakes in front of others 85. We can learn from the author’s early experience at college that ______. A. he got used to the new life without much trouble B. he lost the ability to handle things independently C. he came to realize he should be in charge of his own business D. he was a failure in many aspects except in school performance 86. The author’s college life finally brought him a sense that ______. A. he became a person caring for others B. he was smarter than his fellow students C. he brought confidence back in making decisions D. he could deal with his personal matters independently 87. Which is the best title for the passage? A. Memories of My Time in College B. College: A Turning Point in My Life C. My Colorful College Life D. College Life Brings Me Pressure C How Much Exercise Do I Need? When it comes to exercise, less is not more—but it’s certainly better than none. Physical inactivity accounts for as many as 23 percent of all deaths from major chronic (慢性的) diseases, yet almost one of every three Americans is sedentary (spending a lot of time sitting down). According to the Centers for Disease Control, 29.4 percent of those surveyed report they have no free-time physical activity at all. City people tend to be more active than country folks, with 27.4 percent saying they are sedentary, compared with 36.6 percent of those in rural areas. Light activity can improve physical and mental well-being. While light activity is good, moderate (not very large or very small) activity is even better, and health experts encourage everyone to have at least 30 minutes a day of moderate physical activity. But you don’t have to head to a gym. As recent studies have confirmed, “lifestyle” activities, such as walking, house cleaning and gardening, are as effective as a structured exercise program in improving heart function, lowering blood pressure and keeping or losing weight.
In one study, overweight, sedentary middle-aged men and women who learned behavioral skills to make them more physically active, such as walking around airports or train stations while waiting for a departure, reduced their body fat percentage and improved their blood pressure and heart function as much as individuals participating in structured programs at a fitness center. In another study, fat women ranging in age from 21 to 60 who adopted a more active lifestyle lost as much weight as women in a low-impact aerobics (有氧健身) program—and regained fewer pounds in the following year. Recognizing the value of different levels and types of activity, the American College of Sports Medicine has changed its recommendations on quantity and quality of exercise to include flexibility as well as aerobic and muscle exercise and to acknowledge that multiple short periods of exercise during the day are nearly as beneficial as one long session. 88. By saying that almost one third of Americans are sedentary, the author means ______. A. they take proper exercise to be healthy B. they know nothing about light activity C. they are very fond of physical activity D. they take little free-time physical activity 89. We can learn from the passage that ______. A. light activity is especially good for the middle-aged people B. people like light activity because it won’t make them feel tired C. people only need to do light activity three times a week to keep fit D. light activity promotes people’s well-being physically and mentally 90. What do health experts suggest about moderate activity? A. No less than half an hour’s moderate activity daily can do us good. B. Moderate activity is no better than light activity to people. C. “Lifestyle” activities don’t belong to moderate activity. D. People may go to the gym to take moderate activity. 91. According to the passage, which of the following belongs to a structured exercise program？ A. Doing gymnastics at a gym. C. Walking. B. Taking outdoor activities. D. Gardening. D Is Positive Thinking Powerful? The $11 billion self-help industry is built on the idea that you should turn negative thoughts like “I never do anything right” into positive ones like “I can succeed”. But was the positive thinking advocate Norman Vincent Peale right? Is there power in positive thinking? Researchers in Canada just published a study in Psychological Science that says trying to get people to think more positively can actually have the opposite effect: it can simply stress how unhappy they are. The study’s authors, Joanne Wood and John Lee of the University of Waterloo and Elaine Perunovic of the University of New Brunswick, begin by using older research showing that when people get feedback which they believe is overly positive, they actually feel worse,
not better. If you tell your friend who is not very clever that he has the potential of an Einstein, you’re just underlining his faults. In the 1990s, a team including psychologist Joel Cooper of Princeton conducted an experiment. The participants were asked to write essays opposing financial support for the disabled, expressing little sympathy for them. When these participants were later praised for their sympathy, they felt even worse about what they had written. In this experiment, Wood, Lee and Perunovic measured 68 students’ self-respect. The participants were then asked to write down their thoughts and feelings for four minutes. Every 15 seconds, one group of students heard a bell. When it rang, they were supposed to tell themselves, “I am lovable.” Those with low self-respect didn’t feel better after the forced self-approval. In fact, their feelings turned significantly worse than those of members of the control group, who weren’t urged to think positive thoughts. The study provides support for newer forms for psychotherapy (心理治疗) that urge people to accept their negative thoughts and feelings rather than fight them. In the fighting, we not only often fail but can make things worse. Meditation (静思) techniques, on the contrary, can teach people to realize their shortcomings from a larger, more realistic perspective. Call it the power of negative thinking. 92. What is the finding of the Canadian researchers? A. There can be no simple solutions to psychological problems. B. Encouraging positive thinking may do harm to people. C. The power of positive thinking is limited. D. Unhappy people cannot think positively. 93. The underlined part in Paragraph 2 probably means ______. A. you are pointing out the mistakes he has made B. you are not taking his mistakes seriously enough C. you are stressing the fact that he is not intelligent D. you are not trying to make him feel better about his faults 94. What do we learn from the experiment of Wood, Lee and Perunovic? A. Self-approval can bring a positive change to one’s feelings. B. People with low self-respect seldom write down their true feelings. C. It is important for people to continually improve their self-respect. D. Forcing people to think positive thoughts may lower their self-respect. 95. It can be learned from the last paragraph that ______. A. people can avoid making mistakes through meditation B. different people tend to have different ways of thinking C. meditation may prove to be a good form of psychotherapy D. the effects of positive thinking differ from person to person 第Ⅱ卷 （非选择题 共 40 分） 第四部分 任务型阅读 （共 10 小题，每小题 1 分，共 10 分） 请认真阅读下列短文，并根据所读内容在文章后表格中填入最恰当的单词。 注意：每空一词。
Gratitude means thankfulness, noticing simple pleasures, and acknowledging everything that you receive. It shifts your focus from what your life lacks to the abundance that is already present. Psychological research has shown the surprising life improvements gained from the practice of gratitude. Two psychologists, Michael McCollough and Robert Emmons, conducted an experience on gratitude and its effect on well being. The results of the study indicated that daily gratitude exercises resulted in higher reported levels of enthusiasm, determination, optimism, and energy. In addition, those who practiced gratitude experienced less depression and stress, were more likely to help others, worked out problems more regularly, and made greater progress toward achieving personal goals. Therefore, it's important to practice gratitude. Here are a few reminders: A common method is to get yourself a cute little notebook and write down 3 - 5 things that you're grateful for at the end of each day. They can be small things, or bigger things. You can also send a handwritten letter or make a phone call to a person for whom you are thankful, expressing the gratitude. It will surely brighten their day, and in turn, yours. Besides, for some, it may be a good idea to express their gratitude in person. It doesn't need to be formal. Just a simple gesture of thanks is only needed to feel the benefits of this kind of gratitude. Finally, there are certain times you can devote to gratitude. For example, at the beginning of your meals, or at bedtime, or when your parents get home from work. Committing to a specific time establishes a practice of gratitude. Once you become accustomed to looking for things to be grateful for, you will find that you begin to appreciate simple pleasures, which can make a day and even change a life. Title Introduction Gratitude Gratitude means being 96. ______ and can help people focus on what they receive instead of what they don't have.
■ Feeling more 98. _______, optimistic, determined, and energetic. 97. ______ ■ Becoming less depressed and stressed, but more willing to be of gratitude 99.______. exercises ■ Working out problems more regularly. ■Achieving your 100.______ goals more easily. ■ Putting down whatever you feel grateful for every day. 101. _______ ■ Writing to or calling 102. _______ you want to convey gratitude to practise to. gratitude ■ Giving thanks personally in a 103. ______ way. ■ Devoting a proper 104. _______ to gratitude. ■ 105. _______ can make you and others happy and even change your life. 第五部分 单词拼写 (共 15 个小题，每题 1 分，满分 15 分) 根据所给汉语或首字母在空缺处填上适当的单词，每空一词。 106. That small room was buried among big trees, whose window a______ very little light. 107. A lot of classics were written so long ago, with their language c_______ quite different from those of modern works. 108. The Sundance Film Festival d______ boycotts all Hollywood films, and we don’t foresee ever including them. 109. Although van Gogh devoted all his life to painting, he received a little r______ for his effort. Conclusion
110. In the early 1950s, a record company owner from Memphis, s______ to bring rock music to white audiences. 111. She knew now why she had sometimes, so dimly and so ______ (不情愿), felt that her husband had betrayed her. 112. According to general _______（共识）, Pablo Picasso was the greatest painter alive then. 113. Her ankle ______（扭伤）, our tour guide had to be taken to the hospital. 114. Cindy is often abused by her ugly stepmother and two greedy stepsisters and she is forced to wear ______ (破衣服) and live in a small, dark attic. 115. Winning an Olympic gold medal was, I suppose, the ______ (最重要) moment of my life. （以下单词来自于《新概念英语》 ） 116. He looked pale and his clothes were in a ______ state. 117. The Statue of Liberty was ______ to the United States of America in the nineteenth century by the people of France. 118. Babies of two months old do not appeared to be ______ to enter the water. 119. I was almost there when a ______ voice below said, “I don’t think the windows need cleaning at this time of the night.” 120. This is a moving ______, for crowds of people stand on the shore watching the lanterns drifting away until they can be seen no more. 第六部分 书面表达 （共 15 分） 下面的这幅画展现了两人合做一张凳子的情景，请根据对这幅画的理解，用英语写一篇短文。你的短 文应包含以下内容： 1. 描述图片内容，如人物、动作、情景等； 2. 图片主要反映了怎样的问题； 3. 结合实际谈谈你对解决此类问题的看法。 注意： 1. 可参照文章开头所给提示，做必要的发挥想 2. 词数 150 左右，开头已写好，不计入总词数； Cooperation , which has always been a hot topic, plays a very important role in today's world. But not everyone knows how to cooperate well. __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ 像；
盐城中学高二英语随堂练习答案 (2014.5.24) 第一部分 1---20 第二部分 听力（共两节，满分 10 分) CBACC BCACB BACBC ABBCA
英语知识运用（共两节，满分 40 分）
第一节 单项填空（共 40 小题, 每小题 0.5 分，满分 20 分） 21---40 DCBAD BBADA ADCCD ADBBC
第二节 完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 20 分） 61---80 ACABC 第三部分 81---95 第四部分 DDBCD BCDAC ABDBA
阅读理解（共 15 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 30 分） ABC BCDB DDA A BCDC
任务型阅读 （共 10 小题，每小题 1 分，共 10 分） 97. Benefits 98. enthusiastic 103. casual 99. helpful 100. personal
96. grateful / thankful / own 101. Ways
102. whoever / whomever
104. time /occasion 第五部分
105. Gratitude/ Gratefulness/ Appreciation
单词拼写 (共 15 个小题，每题 1 分，满分 15 分) 107. characteristics 108. deliberately 113. twisted 118. reluctant 109. reward 110. sought 115. supreme 120. spectacle
111. unwillingly 112. consensus 116. frightful 第六部分 117. presented
114. rags 119. sarcastic
书面表达 （共 15 分）
Cooperation, which has always been a hot topic, plays a very important role in today's world. But not everyone knows how to cooperate well. In the picture, we can see two men are trying to make a bench together. Both of them are working hard, sweating a lot. But obviously they are fixing the legs on opposite sides. Seeing the picture, I can't help thinking how ridiculous it is. The two men work as a team and both of them do make their efforts. But unfortunately they just mind their own business without communicating with each other. It appears to me that they are not cooperating in an effective way. Working without cooperation leads to inefficiency. But how can we cooperate more effectively? From my point of view, cooperation calls for effective communication, without which people will do things blindly. We should exchange ideas with our partners and work out a careful plan before taking actions. Otherwise, all the efforts will be in vain, just like what the two men do in the picture.