2015-2016 学年第一学期期中考试 高二英语试题 考试时间：120 分钟 命题：韩桂兰 审卷：王先宏 选择题 共 85 分） 分值：120 分
第一部分 听力（共两节 20 小题，每小题 1 分，满分 20 分） 第一节 (共 5 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 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 is the man? A. A lawyer. B. A teacher. C. A doctor.
2. What will the woman have to do? A. Return the tape to the man. B. Keep the tape for another week. C. Borrow a tape recorder tomorrow. xK b1 .C om 3. What does the man mean? A. Judy is a good photographer. B. Judy is very poor in her lessons. C. Judy should focus on her study. 4. What does the thief look like? A. Very tall, with long yellow hair. B. Quite short, with long black hair. C. Medium height, with a yellow T-shirt. 5. Where does the conversation probably take place? A. In a meeting room. B. In a restaurant. C. In a library.
第二节（共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 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 至第 8 题。 6. What’s the relationship between the two speakers? A. Student and teacher. B. Colleagues. C. Relatives.
7. Why doesn’t the man stay in the office often? A. Because he finds it too noisy. B. Because he’s too busy with his course. C. Because Jack is hard to get along with. 8. What does Stan suggest they do? A. Move to another office. B. Ask for a meeting room. C. Talk to Jack’s students openly. 听第 7 段材料，回答第 9、10 题。 9. What do we know about the woman? A. She is slimmer than last year. B. She is slightly fatter than last year. C. She likes the red dress very much. 10. How often does the woman plan to go to the gym? A. Every day. B. Every two days. C. Every week.
听第 8 段材料, 回答第 11 至 13 题。 11. What does the lady want to find out? A. What’s on. B. What’s wrong. C. What’s up.
12. How long does the afternoon performance last? A. 120 minutes. B. 150 minutes. C. 165 minutes.
13. What can we learn from the conversation? A. The woman might be a stranger to the city. B. The children under 7 aren’t allowed to enter. C. Any tickets are available at half price 30 minutes in advance. 听第 9 段材料，回答第 14 至 16 题。
14. Who used to live in the room? A. The woman. husband. 15. How does the man feel about the room? A. It is a nice room but not so quiet. B. It is a good place but the rent is a bit high. C. It is just the kind of room he is interested in. 16. What does the woman ask the man to do first? A. To move in as soon as possible. B. To come again the next morning. C. To pay her 80 dollars in advance. 听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. What can be found on the announcement board in the local stores? A. Some funny stories. news. 18. What can we do by using the Craigslist site? A. Watch movies. B. Play computer games. C. Do some shopping online. B. Some service information. C. Some entertainment B. The woman’s son. C. The woman’s
19. What does looking for a job require according to the talk? A. Knowing what kind of job is easy. money. C. Knowing what kind of work you want to do. 20. How many ways of finding a job are mentioned in the talk? A. Less than three. B. Three. C. More than three. B. Knowing what job pays the most
第二部分：英语知识运用（共两节，满分 35 分） 第一节：单项填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 20 分） 从 A、B、C 和 D 四个选项中，选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项，并在答题纸上将该选项 标号涂黑。 21. ----- I’ve nothing on me except this ten-yuan note to donate, I’m afraid. ----- Never mind. ______. We really appreciate your assistance.
A. Every little helps C. It’s better to give than to receive
B. The more, the better D. No one is perfect
22. Many students listened to the lecture, but I wondered how much they ______. A. took out B. took up C. took off D. took in
23. ----- I saw your uncle take a taxi to the airport. Why didn’t you drive him there? ----- I ______. But my car ______. A. would; was fixed C. would have; was being fixed B. would have; was fixed D. did; was being fixed decides the
24. It’s not only how much we eat but also how we prepare them vitamins entering our body. A. which B. who C. what D. that
25. While our city tries impatiently to change its appearance by tearing down old buildings, more and more citizens are suggesting ways to _______ the historically important architecture. A. decorate 26. As is known to all, expected． A. that; which B. what; that C. what; which D. that; what B. develop C. preserve D. reserve we have
Yang Liwei has become a space hero is
27. The newly married couple decided to give up their honeymoon trip _______ a sound economic base. A. for fear of B. for lack of C. in favor of D. in place of
28. ______, the players began the game. A. Having taken our seats C. Being taken the seats B. Taking our seats D. After we had taken our seats
29. Based on the agreement, all payments _____ be made by the end of the month. A. shall B. may C. can D. will
30. ----Why are so many northern Chinese visiting Southeast Asia countries recently? ----They are trying to get a ________ shelter from the cold weather in winter. A. magic B. reliable C. permanent D. temporary
31. News from South Africa, _______ African country, dominates _______ screen these
days because of the death of Nelson Mandela. A. an; a B. an; the C. 不填; the D. the; a
32. ______ at the photos, illustrations, title and headings and you can guess what the reading is about. A. To look B. Looking C. Having looked D. Look
33. Do you have such an annoying colleague who plays the PC music _______ he were the only one working in the office? A. even if B. as if C. only if D. now that
34. Now that the banks are back on their feet, we expect extraordinary _________ from them to help rebuild the economy. A. commitment B. appointment C. instrument D. requirement
35. How long do you think ______ the computer company brings out a new product? A. it will be before C. will it be when B. will it be until D. it will be that
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，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，并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。 What happened to that brilliant idea that you once had? Did you you thought that it was just a little thought? Have you ever 37 36 it because
what that little 38 if you
thought would have become if you had acted on your instincts (直觉) had paid more attention to it? Imagine a 39
, where you are sitting at home watching television or reading 40 on in the dark tunnel of your mind as a thought 41 your attention but seems so
a book, suddenly a light is
or an idea crosses your mind. The thought meaningless and you are tempted to be the potential beginning of the 42 43
it, but wait a minute! That thought could you have so mush wished for.
As the thought crosses your mind, your senses become alert and you suddenly see a possibility, a solution, or find the answer to a problem whose solution has escaped you. It is almost as if a wise man has 45 44
the perfect solution into
your ear or awakened your senses to a reality, thereby bringing light to your life.
It is like finding the
piece of jigsaw puzzle (拼图游戏). This becomes an
amazing moment and everything freezes around you as you excitedly try to grasp the practicality of that 47 but powerful thought. 48 of the great
Your self-confidence and enthusiasm increase as you become possibilities that can 49
if that little thought is acted upon. This becomes 50 any ideas that are streaming
the moment to build upon that thought and to put from that little thought for later review. when acted 52 51
meaningless little thought or ideas
have a potential to explode into great projects. Many successful 53 from the little positive thoughts that were carefully
projects have been
protected and recognized as bricks to great things. Don't waste a(n) 54 to act on a potentially brilliant idea. You don't have
to wait for a major idea, or approval from your peers in order for you to act on that little thought. That little thought or idea is the it through. 36. A. hate 37. A. considered 38. A. but 39. A. condition 40. A. turned 41. A. puts 42. A. adore 43. A. wealth 44. A. highly 45. A. whispered 46. A. best 47. A. little 48. A. capable 49. A. arise 50. A. off B. like B. remembered B. or B. sight B. worked B. catches B. abandon B. success B. fast B. shouted B. first B. good B. conscious B. cause B. out C. up C. ignore C. complained C. and C. scene C. taken C. causes C. account C. dream C. hardly C. talked C. last C. strong C. proud C. attain D. down D. value D. discovered D. nor D. view D. moved D. pulls D. adopt D. reality D. long D. laughed D. exact D. weak D. typical D. prove 55 of great things if you decide to follow
51. A. Fortunately Deliberately 52. A. by 53. A. grown 54. A. opportunity 55. A. center
B. in B. done B. possibility B. beginning
C. upon C. born C. minute C. result
D. to D. torn D. moment D. sign
第三部分：阅读理解（共 15 小题，每小题 2 分，满分 30 分） 阅读下列材料，从每题所给的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中，选出最佳选项，并在答题纸 上将该选项标号涂黑。 (A) As shocking as the idea of baby birds growing up in a cigarette-filled home sounds, a new study suggests that some birds may benefit from putting the stuff from cigarette butts (烟蒂) into their nests. The nicotine remaining in smoked filters (滤嘴) may serve as a natural insecticide (杀虫剂), driving harmful insects away from the nests and the baby birds living within. Tobacco plants produce nicotine because it defends against insects that would otherwise eat the plants. The butts are undoubtedly smelly. But birds are actually quite fond of smelly chemicals, such as those found in aromatic (芳香的) plants. Some nest-building species regularly fill their nests with fresh aromatics, possibly because the chemicals are good for the immune system or the development of the chicks. Alternatively, the plant chemicals might act as insecticides. In the study, researchers at the Autonomous University of Tlaxcala in Mexico set up heat traps, which attract harmful insects, in 55 nests around Mexico City. Some traps were lined with the stuff in smoked cigarette filters. The others were lined with the stuff from unsmoked cigarette filters, which did not contain nicotine and other smoking by-products. Whether the nest held eggs, chicks or nothing, the unsmoked cigarette traps collected more harmful insects, suggesting that it is the chemicals that drove harmful insects away. In a second experiment, the researchers collected 28 house sparrow nests and 29 house finch (朱雀) nests from Mexico City immediately after the chicks flew out for
food. They found that the more smoked filter stuff filled a nest, the fewer harmful insects it had. The missing piece of the puzzle is whether the reduced number of harmful insects in the nests actually provided any benefit to the chicks. It is also unclear if nicotine or another chemical found in cigarettes may have turned the harmful insects out of the nests. If the results hold, then this study is an example of wildlife adaptation to urbanization – or at least evidence that birds are smart and can still follow their noses in urban environments. 56. What may be the function of nicotine in cigarette butts for birds? A. To provide building materials for bird nests. B. To drive harmful insects away from bird nests. C. To protect the plants from being eaten by insects. D. To attract baby birds to stay in the nests. 57. What is the first experiment aimed at? A. Proving that heat traps attract harmful insects in Mexico City. B. Comparing smoked cigarette filters with unsmoked ones. C. Analyzing what is produced from smoked cigarette filters. D. Studying what it is that drives harmful insects away. 58. What can you infer from the passage? A. Birds tend to use insecticide to protect the baby birds. B. Nicotine is the only chemical that drives harmful insects away. C. Some insects are afraid of smelly chemicals in aromatic plants. D. Unsmoked cigarette traps attract more harmful insects. 59. Where could you possibly see the passage? A. In a science report C. In a tobacco advertisement (B) Holding a cell phone against your ear or storing it in your pocket may be dangerous to your health. This explains a warning that cell phone manufacturers include in the B. In an urbanization essay D. In an anti-smoking brochure
small print that is often ignored when a new phone is purchased. Apple, for example, doesn’t want iPhones to come closer to you than 1.5 centimeters; Research In Motion, BlackBerry’s manufacturer, recommends 2.5 centimeters. If health issues arise from cell phone use, the possible effects are huge. Voice calls - Americans chat on cell phones 2.26 trillion(万亿)minutes annually - earn $109 billion for the wireless carriers. Devra Davis, an expert who has worked for the University of Pittsburgh, has published a book about cell phone radiation, “Disconnect.” The book surveys scientific research and concludes the question is not settled. Brain cancer is a concern that Ms. Davis examines. Over all, there has not been an increase in its incidence since cell phones arrived. But the average masks an increase in brain cancer in the 20-to-29 age group and a drop for the older population. “Most cancers have multiple causes,” she says, but she points to laboratory research that suggests low-energy radiation could damage cells that could possibly lead to cancer. Children are more vulnerable（易受伤的）to radiation than adults, Ms. Davis and other scientists point out. Radiation that penetrates only five centimeters into the brain of an adult will reach much deeper into the brains of children because their skulls are thinner and their brains contain more absorptive fluid（易吸收的液体）. No studies have yet been completed on cell phone radiation and children, she says. Henry Lai, a research professor in the bioengineering department at the University of Washington, began laboratory radiation studies in 1980 and found that rats exposed to radiation had damaged DNA in their brains. Ms. Davis recommends using wired headsets or the phone’s speaker. Children should text rather than call, she said, and pregnant women should keep phones away from the abdomen（腹部）. 60. According to Ms Davis, brain cancer increase ____. A. among children B. among old people C. in the twenties
D. among pregnant women 61. Why do children easily be affected by radiation? A. Because they haven’t grown up. B. Because they are too young to protect themselves. C. Because they use cell phones more often than adults. D. Because their skulls are thinner and their brains are easily hurt. 62. What can we conclude from the last paragraph? A. Pregnant women should keep cell phones away. B. People should use cell phones in the correct way. C. If you are a child, you’d better text than make phone calls. D. When you use a cell phone, use a wired headset or the phone’s speaker. 63. What does the passage mainly talk about? A. Rats exposed to radiation have damaged DNA in their brains. B. Don’t hold your cell phone against your ear. C. Be careful when using cell phones. D. Low-energy radiation could damage cells that could lead to cancer.
(C) What would you think if someone suggested knocking down St Paul’s Cathedral to widen the road? Or pulling down Big Ben to make way for a car park? It would be ridiculous, right? But when it comes to devastation (毁灭) of the natural world, we aren’t so easily shocked. But we should be?or we’ll be in a lot of trouble. Nature is shrinking by the day. Ancient forests are destroyed. Wetlands are becoming dry. Woodland is disappearing, and all in the name of progress. This is bad in itself, but it’s devastating for biodiversity. Biodiversity refers to the variety of plants, animals and other living things that are all interconnected. The ecological services provided by biodiversity are vital to everyday life. The air we breathe is a product of photosynthesis (光合作 用) by green plants. Insects, worms and bacteria break down waste and make soils rich. And tiny organisms clean the water in rivers and sea. In fact, all life on the earth
exists thanks to the benefits of biodiversity. More than 90 percent of the calories consumed by people worldwide are produced from 80 plant species. And 30 percent of medicines are developed from plants and animals. Maintaining a wide diversity of species in each ecosystem is necessary to preserve all living things. The loss of biodiversity could be devastating. “It is wrong to think that biodiversity can be reduced indefinitely without threatening humans,” said Harvard University biologist Edward O. Wilson, known as the “father of biodiversity”. He warned, “We are about to reach a critical point beyond which biodiversity loss will become irreversible (不可挽回的).” But what can we do? The present problem is that the concept of biodiversity is so vague (含糊的). People might care about giant pandas, but it is much harder to excite them about the fate of tiny sea creatures which are being boiled to death in the cooling systems of power stations along coastlines. The Guardian newspaper is trying to help. It has launched the Biodiversity 100 campaign to try to convince governments around the world to take action to deal with the widespread concerns about biodiversity. This includes persuading the UK government to create a series of marine reserves to reserve the decrease in the sea-life caused by industrial fishing, stopping fishing sharks by the Japanese fishermen and banning the killing of dingoes (wild dogs) in Australia, among many other things. There is a lot to do. And we’d better act quickly if we don’t want to end up with a planet that can’t sustain life! 64. The writer thinks it ________ to pull down Big Ben to make way for a car park. A. unreasonable reasonable 65. The underlined sentence “Nature is shrinking by the day.” means that ________. A. nature is badly polluted by humans B. species are becoming fewer and fewer day by day C. rainforests are being cut down every day D. nature is full of mysteries 66. Edward O. Wilson thinks that ________. B. necessary C. difficult D.
A. it doesn’t matter to reduce biodiversity B. people have done enough to preserve biodiversity C. the situation of biodiversity is very serious D. biodiversity loss has become irreversible 67. When it comes to biodiversity, the present problem is that ________. A. people don’t realize that biodiversity is vital to everyday life B. people are not aware that giant pandas are endangered C. people might not clearly know what is biodiversity and what should be protected D. people hunt sea creatures for food
(D) I was puzzled! Why was this old woman making such a fuss about an old copse (灌 木林) which was of no use to anybody? She had written letters to the local paper, even to a national, protesting about a projected by-pass to her village, and, looking at a map, the route was nowhere near where she lived and it wasn't as if the area was attractive. I was more than puzzled, I was intrigued. The enquiry into the route of the new by-pass to the village was due to take place shortly, and I wanted to know what it was that motivated her. So it was that I found myself knocking on a cottage door, being received by Mary Smith and then being taken for a walk to the woods. "I've always loved this place," she said, "it has a lot of memories for me, and for others. We all used it. They called it 'Lovers lane'. It's not much of a lane, and it doesn't go anywhere important, but that's why we all came here. To be away from people, to be by ourselves," she added. It was indeed pleasant that day and the songs of many birds could be heard. Squirrels gazed from the branches, quite bold in their movements, obviously few people passed this way and they had nothing to fear. I could imagine the noise of vehicles passing through these peaceful woods when the by-pass was built, so I felt that she probably had something there but as I hold strong opinions about the needs of the community over-riding the opinions of private individuals, I said nothing. The village
was quite a dangerous place because of the traffic especially for old people and children, their safety was more important to me than an old woman's strange ideas. "Take this tree," she said pausing after a short while. "To you it is just that, a tree. Not unlike many others here." She gently touched the bark. "Look here, under this branch, what can you see?" "It looks as if someone has done a bit of carving with a knife," I said after a cursory inspection. "Yes, that's what it is!" she said softly. She went on, "He had a penknife with a spike for getting stones from a horse's hoof, and I helped him to carve my initials. We were very much in love, but he was going away, and could not tell me what he was involved in the army. I had guessed of course. It was the last evening we ever spent together，because he went away the next day, back to his Unit." Mary Smith was quiet for a while, then she sobbed. "His mother showed me the telegram. 'Sergeant R Holmes ... Killed in action in the invasion of France.' "'I had hoped that you and Robin would one day get married,' she said, 'He was my only child, and I would have loved to be a Granny, they would have been such lovely babies' - she was like that! "Two years later she too was dead. 'Pneumonia(肺炎), following a chill on the chest' was what the doctor said, but I think it was an old fashioned broken heart. A child would have helped both of us." There was a further pause. Mary Smith gently caressed the wounded tree, just as she would have caressed him. "And now they want to take our tree away from me." Another quiet sob, then she turned to me. "I was young and pretty then, I could have had anybody, I wasn't always the old woman you see here now. I had everything I wanted in life, a lovely man, health and a future to look forwards to." She paused again and looked around. The breeze gently moved through the leaves with a sighing sound. "There were others, of course, but not a patch on my Robin!" she said strongly. "And now I have nothing - except the memories this tree holds. If only I could get my hands on that awful man who writes in the paper about
the value of the road they are going to build where we are standing now, I would tell him. Has he never loved, has he never lived, does he not know anything about memories? We were not the only ones, you know, I still meet some who came here as Robin and I did. Yes, I would tell him!" I turned away, sick at heart. 68. The main purpose of this passage is to ______________. A. draw attention to the damage that wars cause. B. persuade people to give up private interest. C. arouse the awareness of being environmentally friendly. D. introduce a touching but sad love story. 69. The underlined sentence “I felt that she probably had something there” means ___________. A. I thought there might be something hidden in the woods by Mary Smith. B. I guessed there might be a story related with Mary Smith. C. I thought there might be some reason for Mary Smith’s protest. D. I guessed there might be a secret purpose of Mary Smith. 70. What was probably the carving on the wounded tree? A. Their wish that this place and tree would last long. B. The date when Robin Holmes would leave for army. C. Their protest against the war which tore them apart. D. Their names and a heart with a sign of arrow through it. 第四部分 任务型阅读（共 10 个小题，每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） How to Prevent from Altitude Sickness Being a paradise to many tourists, Tibet has been the dreaming wonderland and attracted tourists all over the world. And now as tourism in Tibet enters the peak season, more and more visitors are longing to travel to the mysterious highland. Meanwhile, they are worried about the altitude sickness ( 高原反应 ) which is most likely to experience in Tibet. Experts advised that tourists to Tibet should have a scientific and better understanding of the disease. Altitude sickness, also known as acute high altitude disease (AHAD), is a common
physiological reaction caused by acute exposure to low oxygen content and air pressure and dry weather when people getting up to a place with a certain altitude. Acute altitude reaction usually occurs within hours or days after a person goes up to a highland above 2, 700 meters above sea level from a region with a lower altitude. It is believed that most visitors to Tibet will be certain to suffer from at least some symptoms which will generally disappear through acclimatization in several hours to several days. It presents as a collection of nonspecific symptoms including headache, shortness of breath, oppressed feeling in the chest, lack of appetite, fever, dizziness, fatigue or weakness, etc. Some will even take the chance to come down with drowsiness, insomnia, adrenaline surge, nosebleed and so on. However, experts point out that human bodies can adapt to the surroundings (适 应环境) in a gradual way. Therefore, altitude sickness is not that scary. To prevent the occurrence of altitude sickness, visitors should have a proper preparation in advance and avoid heavy physical activities before they go to Tibet. After getting off the plane, they should try not to carry heavy things, run or avoid outdoor activities as much as possible. Nifedipinum, Nuodikang Capsule and Suoluomabao Capsule ( 胶囊 ), which is also known as Hongjingtian Capsule, may help some people prevent the occurrence of altitude sickness when they are taken three days before people arrive in a highland. Visitors with a severe cold, a high fever, acute or chronic pulmonary diseases, severe cardiovascular diseases, women in late pregnant and kids under three years old should avoid traveling to regions with a high altitude. Proper rest, considerate preparation, and enough oxygen uptake can all help to relieve altitude sickness. If a patient does not show any sign of improvements after three to four hours, he/ she should go to a hospital for medical treatment. Title: How to Prevent from Altitude Sickness Tibet is an 71) ▲ site for tourists, but altitude sickness will be probably
along with tourists. Causes Altitude sickness (72) ▲ from low oxygen content and air
pressure and dry weather. (73) ▲ ◇Headache, shortness of breath, oppressed feeling in the chest, lack of appetite, fever, dizziness, fatigue or weakness, etc. Prevention ◇Human bodies can adapt to the surroundings (74) ◇Visitors can take some useful (75) altitude sickness. ◇Visitors can take some (76) of altitude sickness. ◇The people with (77) Tibet. (78) ▲ ◇Proper rest, considerate preparation, and enough oxygen uptake can help to (79) ▲ altitude sickness. ▲ after three to four hours should ▲ symptoms should avoid traveling to ▲ to help prevent the occurrence ▲ ▲ .
in advance so as to avoid
◇A patient who does not (80)
go to a hospital for treatment. 第五部分 单词拼写（共 10 个小题，每小题 0.5 分，满分 5 分） 根据中文或首字母写出合适的单词。 81 His a__________of the incident agrees with that of the other witness. 82.For many people the secret to happiness is to have a_________________ for the good things in life and to focus on goals. 83.Nobody can g____________they will have good health and happiness all their life. 84.With robots and computers a________ us in many fields, we feel very easy and comfortable. 85..My teacher’s encouragement has given me the m_____________ to work even harder to realize my dream. 86 .To achieve success , you must learn to _________(分配) your time. 87.All the students _______________(完成) the task in less than fifteen minutes. 88. In the past the government ___________( 提倡 )late marriage and late birth to control the population.. 89.According to laws concerned ,alcohol is __________( 禁止 ) to sell to the young people under 18. 90. _________________（陪伴） by his wife, the old man took a visit to the village where he worked when he was young .
第六部分 书面表达（满分 20 分） 请阅读下面短文，并按要求用英语写一篇 150 词左右的文章 A TIME magazine survey in its recent“Wireless Issue”has found that we’re addicted to our cellphones . 84% of people surveyed said that they couldn’ t go a single day without their mobile device in hand .75% of those aged 25 to 29 sleep with their mobile phones. One in four people check their phones every thirty minutes ,while one in five check them every ten. “It’s hard to think of any tool ,any instrument, any object in history with which so many developed so close a relationship so quickly as we have with our phones,” TIME Magazine’s Deputy Managing Editor Nancy Gibbs wrote in an article releasing the poll’s finding. The dependence on mobile devices is even having physical and mental effects. Many people talk on their mobile phones in the street without looking where they are going.“Thumbs are stronger, attention shorter, temptation everywhere :we are always be ,mentally ,digitally , some place other than where we are ,”Gibbs wrote. 【写作内容】 1. 用约 30 个单词简述上文内容。 2.用约 120 词发表你的观点，内容包括： （1）分析人们对手机产生依赖的原因； （2）我们应如何克服对移动电子设备的依赖？ 【写作要求】 1. 简述观点或提供论据时，不能直接引用原文语句； 2. 作文中不能出现真实姓名或学校名称； 3 不必写标题 【评分标准】 内容完整，语言规范，语篇连贯，词数适当
高二英语参考答案 第一部分听力部分 1-5 CACCB 6-10 BABBA 第二部分单选：21-25. ADCDC 11-15 ACABC 26-30. DBDAD 16-20 CBCCC 31-35. BDBAA
第三部分完型：36-40 CABCA 46-50 CABAD
41-45 BBBDA 51-55 BCCAB
A ： 56 -59 B: C: D: 60-63 64- 67 68-70
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第五部分：任务型阅读 （共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） 71. attractive/ideal medicines 80. improve 第六部分 单词拼写 81.account 82 appreciation 86.allocate 87accomplished 83guarantee 84.assisting 85 motivation 90 Accompanied 72. results/arises 77. special 73. Symptoms 74. gradually 75.
第七部分 书面表达 A recent survey was conducted by TIME magazine on our dependence on mobile devices. The result shows that the majority of us have heavily addicted to mobile phones ,which has caused many physical and mental effects. What are the reasons behind this mobile phone addiction? Firstly, with the development of modern science and technology, all kinds of modern devices are becoming increasingly popular. Besides, smart phones ,we use computers like iPads ,with which we can have fun and relax . In addition ,mobile phones can make it easy for us to keep in touch with our friends wherever they are. Personally , I think modern technology is intended to make our life better ,not
to ruin our life. Being addicted to mobile phones is harmful to us . We should use modern devices when necessary . It would be better to cut down the time spent on our mobile devices and set aside enough time for physical exercise every day to keep fit instead.