湖北省武汉华中师大一附中2015-2016年高一上学期期中考试英语试题 - 在线阅读版


华中师大一附中2015—2016学年度上学期高一期中检测

英语试题

全卷满分150分。考试用时120分钟。

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第一部分 听力(共两节,满分30分)

第一节(共5小题;每小题1.5,满分7.5分)

听下面5段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的ABC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。

例:How much is the shirt?

A.19.5. B.9.15. C.9.18.

  1. What did the woman do at the weekend?

A. She visited the City Museum.

B. She went to see her uncle.

C. She gave a hand to her uncle.

  1. Where may the conversation happen?

    1. In a mall. B. In a library. C. In a theatre.

  2. What’s the possible relationship between the two speakers?

    1. Strangers. B. Friends. C. Colleagues.

  3. What will the woman do next?

    1. Help the old man. B. Cross the busy road. C. See the road sign.

  4. On which floor does the man live?

    1. The fourth. B. The sixth. C. The sixteenth.

第二节(共15小题;每小题1.5分,满分22.5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ABC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。

请听第6段材料,回答第67题。

  1. What are the speakers mainly talking about?

    1. Online bank. B. Shopping online. C. Online tricks.

  2. How does the woman feel about paying online?

    1. Amazing. B. Easy. C. Unsafe.

请听第7段材料,回答第89题。

  1. When did Sally come back from the United Kingdom?

    1. On July 5th. B. On August 5th. C. On August 15th.

  2. What’s the focus of the course?

    1. Listening. B. Speaking. C. Reading.

请听第8段材料,回答第1012题。

  1. What is the woman doing?

    1. Watching a movie. B. Listening to a program. C. Having an interview.

  2. How old was the man when starting flying?

    1. Age 9. B. Age 12. C. Age 15.

  3. When will the movie Planes be on?

    1. On August 9. B. On September 8. C. On September 9.

请听第9段材料,回答第1316题。

  1. What’s the possible relationship between the speakers?

    1. Interviewer and interviewee. B. Fellow workers. C. Teacher and student.

  2. Which of the following is the woman’s major?

    1. English. B. Biology. C. Economics.

  3. What is the woman’s greatest strength?

    1. Taking challenges. B. Dealing with people. C. Learning fast.

  4. What does the man think of the woman’s weakness?

    1. It is fatal. B. It doesn’t matter. C. It is strange.

请听第10段材料,回答第1720题。

  1. When did the earthquake happen?

    1. At 4 pm. B. At 5:15 pm. C. At 5:50 pm.

  2. What was the speaker doing when the earthquake happened?

    1. Driving. B. Shopping. C. Swimming.

  3. Why did the speaker buy some fresh fruit in a shop?

    1. His daughter likes eating fruit after school.

    2. He was very hungry after long and hard work.

    3. He and his daughter like eating some fruit after swimming.

  4. Why did the speaker slow down?

    1. The cars in front began to shake.

    2. Something was wrong with his car.

    3. The car was running out of oil.


第二部分 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)

阅读下列短文 ,从每题所给的四个选项 (A B C D )中 ,选出最佳选项 ,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。


A

Travel

Try a 120-square-foot home at the tiny-house hotel in Portland, Oregon.

Where to Stay

Caravan 5009 NE 11th Ave., Portland, Ore. 503-288-5225

Each of the six tiny houses at Caravan is $145 per night; a couple are pet-friendly. Some sleep as many as four guests and all have running water, electric heat, a kitchen, flush toilet and hot shower. Tours on select Sundays, $10.

WeeCasa 501 West Main St., Lyons, Colo. 720-460-0239

Ten tiny homes, each with kitchen, electricity, flush toilets and free WiFi. Houses sleep up to four adults, $169-$199 per night. Free tours every Tuesday at 7 p.m., Wednesday at noon and Saturday at 11:30 a.m.

Where to Eat[]

Grilled Cheese Grill NE 11th and Alberta 503-206-8959

Select from grilled cheese varieties such as the classic Kindergartner, $4.50; the Sour Apple, $5; and the Cheese Burger, $8.50.

Case Study Coffee Roasters 1422 NE Alberta St. 503-477-8221

Locally made sweet and spicy black tea, starting at $3.50, single-origin coffees and seasonal drinks. Baked goods from Petunia’s Pies & Pastries and Roman Candle Baking Co., including mini bundt cakes, $4; and scones, $3.

21. Which number should you dial if you want to stay in a hotel with your pet dog?

A. 720-460-0239 B. 503-288-5225 C. 503-477-8221 D. 503-206-8959

22. Where should you stay if you want to take a free tour?

A. Case Study Coffee Roasters B. Grilled Cheese Grill

C. WeeCasa D. Caravan

23. What’s the address where you can drink tea and coffee?

A. 5009 NE 11th Ave., Portland, Ore. B. 501 West Main St., Lyons, Colo.

C. NE 11th and Alberta D. 1422 NE Alberta St.

B

When I was 19, I became the first female photojournalist in the Gaza Strip(加沙地带), Palestine. My work as a woman photographer was considered as a serious shame to local traditions. The man-ruled job made me feel unwelcome by all possible means. They made it clear that a woman must not do a man’s job. Photo agencies in Gaza refused to train me.

Three of my co-workers went as far as to drive me to an open air strike(空袭)area where explosions(爆炸)were the only thing I could hear. I only realized we weren’t there to document(记录)the event when the three of them got back into the armored(装甲)Jeep and drove away, waving and laughing, leaving me behind in the open air strike zone.

For a moment, I felt terrified, ashamed, and sorry for myself…

I started paying closer attention to women’s lives in Gaza. As a woman, I could go where my co-workers were forbidden to go. Beyond the obvious pain and suffering, there were healthy amounts of laughter and joy.

In front of a police station in Gaza City, an Israeli air strike destroyed the station and broke my nose. For a moment, all I saw was bright white. I thought I had either gone blind or I was in heaven. By the time I managed to open my eyes, I had documented this moment.

Mohammed Khader is a Palestinian worker who spent two decades in Israel. When he retired, he built a four-floor house. But his house was destroyed in this air strike. Nothing was left but a bathtub. Mohammed put the bathtub on the top of the ruins and started giving his kids a bubble bath every morning.

My work is not meant to hide the scars of war, but to show the full unseen stories of Gazans. As a Palestinian female photographer, the journey of struggle, survival and everyday life has inspired me to overcome the community taboo(禁忌)and see a different side of war and its aftermath. I became a witness with a choice: to run away or stand still.

24. The author was not welcome by her co-workers in the Gaza Strip because ________.

A. she hadn’t received the training offered by the photo agency

B. the local traditions didn’t allow a woman to do a man’s job

C. her co-workers were going to take part in the battle

D. she was terrified of explosions in the air strike area

25. During the air strike on the police station, what happened to the author?

A. Her nose was broken. B. She went blind.

C. She went to heaven. D. She felt dizzy for a long time.

26. The author used Mohammed Khader as an example to show __________.

A. there was pain as well as laughter during the war

B. how dangerous the surroundings were in Gaza

C. she could document common people’s lives at the war

D. how the war had influenced her life

27. From the passage, it can be inferred that the author _________.

A. wouldn’t like to reveal the cruel side of war

B. had to leave Gaza because of the community taboo

C. decided to document more unseen scenes in the war

D. was determined to run away from the war in Gaza

C

I use the public library weekly and on the shelf at this moment is The Child in Time, a novel about a three-year-old girl taken away by force and the disclosing of her parents’ marriage—guilt, anger, grief, loneliness. I’m a quarter of the way through this tidy novel but may return it to the library unfinished. Words are underlined in pencil by one of the previous readers who, I suspect, was trying to improve her vocabulary.

The underlined words have stopped my progress and not because of annoyance. As a poet, sometimes searching for the right words myself, I began to consider the author of these pencil strikes. She was female, near my age (early 60s), and thoughtful about the years lost on a no-good husband. Like the graceful (优雅的) pencil marks, she was controlled in every way—touch, voice, makeup, and clothes. Perhaps a nurse attracted to the novel’s theme? Or an inexperienced bookworm on her way to the morning shift by bus?

I gave her the details of a life story, but one fact remained: A reader had underlined words. In doing so, she had accepted the view that learning doesn’t end. She might have been a mail carrier(this is how I saw her by page 180), but she was not about to give up, now capped with gray hair.

There are thousands of words we don’t know, seen in print or heard in conversation. We can just let them go, and be none the worse because of it. But we can also give new words a try. The attempts are interesting.

I might finish the novel—it’s very good, after all. But as I read, I can’t help thinking of the previous reader—nurse or mail carrier. She turned the page and, through reading glasses as thick as mine, made marks on her self-improvement.

28. What do we know about the girl in the novel The Child in Time?

A. She was upset because of wearing thick glasses.

B. She was cheated at home by her parents.

C. She grew up in a family lacking love and care.

D. She loved to read novels at an early age.

29. How did the underlined words affect the author?

A. They have encouraged her to go on reading the novel.

B. They have made her annoyed and she’s stopped reading.

C. She is determined to be a graceful reader like the former one.

D. She began to imagine what the former reader is like.

30. What does the passage say about the author?

A. She’s in her 60’s and doesn’t have a good family life.

B. She has been interested in literature since childhood.

C. She goes to work at the post office each morning by bus.

D. She wants to become a attractive nurse through learning.

31. What does the author think about new words she meets?

A. They should be ignored to avoid feeling worse.

B. By learning new words she can improve herself.

C. She may give up reading because of the new words.

D. They suggest how graceful and lonely the writer is.


D

Imagine this. You are visiting a beautiful mountain somewhere in the countryside. Part of the trip takes you up a steep mountain cliff. At the top, visitors can step out on to a see-through walkway. The reinforced glassflooring hangs about 1,000 meters above sea level. Sounds exciting, right? But then, part of the flooring cracks. There is a loud noise, and some of the glass appears to break up.

Chinese glass walkway 3,000 feet up in the air cracks as tourists walk across it. That is what tourists experienced recently during a visit to Yuntai Mountain in China’s Henan province. The glassskywalk had only been open for a few weeks. The Yuntai Mountain Geological Park said there was no reason for worry and that the cracks had "no impact on safety.”

But online discussions about this incident show some people were of a different opinion. Glassskywalks have become popular in many of China’s tourist areas. But critics say China has an issue with poor workmanship and poor crowd control. People joked online that the setting up of these glass walkways and skyways are not transparent. Others are saying that this is nothing to laugh about. One comment on the social media site Weibo said, “This is no joke. Tourism is taking your life in your own hands. No more of these glass walkways. Just too scary.”

The New York Times reported that a story about the glasscracking appeared on the social media site Weibo. A tourist claimed that a piece of glass broke and people began shouting “it’s really broken,really broken.” This person then said people began running and pushing people in front of them.

The Yuntai Mountain officials said the cracks were not serious.The officials said that to make sure people feel 100 percent safe, they have decided to close the walkway temporarily until repairs are made.

32. Which of the following is true according to the passage?

A. The cracks are not serious because the glass walkways have been used for a few months.

B. Experienced tourists must have tried glass walkways because they have become popular in China.

C. Poor workmanship and poor crowd control in China make the glass walkways a concern.

D. Repairs of the walkways are very tough, so they will close the Yuntai Mountain Geological Park.

33.what does the underlined word in the third paragraph mean?

A. open and honest

B. popular and exciting

C. scary and upset

D. official and reliable

34. What can we learn about the forth paragarapf?

A. Online stories may not be true.

B. The tourist is very humorous.

C. Safety is extremely important.

D. Crowd control is necessary.

35. The passage is most probably taken from ____________.

A. a travel journal

B. a news report

C. a science survey

D. a tour guide

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。

When you're a teenager, you're just at the beginning of your life's lessons. Life is the toughest teacher you will ever have. She gives the test first, then the lesson. ________36______________; it will try to break you and choke you until you can't breathe, but you can't stop it. The following are some of the advice that may help you a lot.

 

Don't expect smooth seas

 

There will be many challenges,and obstacles. _______37_________. Don't fight against the current because you'll just wear yourself out. If there's a door that is standing wide open for you and another that you're trying to get through by knocking it down, sometimes it's best to take the door that's already open for you. In other words don't try to be someone/something you're not. 


___________38________

 

Nothing lasts forever. Enjoy every moment that you have. Enjoy life and practice being present in the moment because it goes by extremely fast. There will be both good and bad times. The bad thing about up is there's always a down. It's important to really enjoy and keep the good moments in life because you'll need those memories to reflect back on when the bad times come.

[]

Take every chance you get

 

Life is about taking chances, grabbing opportunities and taking risks. Don't be afraid to try something new, move somewhere new, work somewhere new, meet new people and learn something new.

 

Let go of expectations

 

Expectations ruin everything and most of the time our expectations are too high for those around us and for ourselves. ________39___________. The faster you can learn this and let go of too high or false expectations, the easier life will come to you. Expectations bring heartache and only cause harm. Expect nothing and appreciate everything.

 

Life is complex. Try not to worry

 

Don't worry because everyone has ups and downs. It's just how life is. Life is extremely messy and complicated, but don't despair because things will work out in the end. Keep living and keep on doing what you enjoy. ____40___________.

A. Time is a limited resource

B. Don't be too hard on yourself

C. Just try to take life as it comes

D. Attitude determines your altitude

E. Life will throw everything that it can at you

F. No one is perfect and nothing is ever going to be perfect

G. Life is a journey, and happiness is not a destination to arrive at, but a way of living

第三部分 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)

阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(ABCD)中,选出可以填人空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

According to specialists, body language speaks louder than words. However, isn’t it true that words 41 with them great strength or influence? Such was the case with the 42 of Maude, a woman who learned that there is no wrong time to say the 43 thing.

It was a cold, rainy day in March. Across the room in the cap department of the store 44 Maude worked, sat Laura, a woman about Maude’s age. Other workers didn’t 45 Laura; they thought her to be unfriendly. And Maude 46 .

But one day, she made up her mind to say something kind to Laura. 47 , she managed, “Do you know, Laura, that I’ve worked in this room with you for several years. 48 whenever I looked at you, I see your head silhouetted(显出轮廓的) 49 the window there behind you. I think you have the prettiest profile(外形)and hair that I have ever seen on 50 .” Her words were not sincere but friendly. She 51 it.

Laura looked up and began to cry, “That’s the 52 kind word people have 53 said to me in all the years I’ve worked here,” she said.

Maude discovered that Laura’s unfriendly 54 and ways weren’t because of pride but 55 . The two women soon became friends. Other workers soon began to 56 Laura in their activities, and she was like a flower that, for the first time, 57 enough sunlight. The right words, 58 in kindness, changed a life.

Think about the 59 of your words now. There is no wrong time to say the proper thing. And there is no better 60 than now.

41. A. transport B. allow C. recognize D. carry

42. A. words B. feelings C. explanation D. opinion

43. A. believable B. reasonable C. right D. good

44. A. when B. where C. while D. which

45. A. like B. change C. help D. remember

46. A. argued B. cared C. agreed D. supported

47. A. Luckily B. Finally C. Gradually D. Hopefully

48. A. But B. So C. As D. And

49. A. near B. towards C. through D. against

50. A. someone B. anybody C. those D. these

51. A. expressed B. made C. noticed D. meant

52. A. first B. formal C. fair D. favorable

53. A. never B. ever C. still D. once

54. A. action B. attitude C. ideas D. opinion

55. A. shyness B. weakness C. coldness D. carelessness

56. A. show B. connect C. include D. prefer []

57. A. received B. accepted C. discovered D. demanded

58. A. respected B. treated C. spoken D. noticed

59. A. pleasure B. weight C. pressure D. power

60. A. chance B. result C. time D. choice


II

注意事项:

0.5毫米黑色笔迹的签字笔将答案写在答题卡上。写在本试卷上无效。

第二节(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分)

阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当的内容或括号内单词的正确形式。

Daniel Devlin lives in the same house as his children and sees them every day – yet he is unable to recognize them at all. Mr. Devlin, 46, from Nunhead, London, is suffering 61 an illness called prosopagnosia (人面失认症), also 62 (know) as face-blindness, meaning he struggles to recognize faces – even those of his own family.

Mr. Devlin, 63 painter, has been forced to memorize his family’s voices and body language in order to know who they are. 64 reading voices and body language doesn’t always work, and he has even mistaken another boy for his son when 65 (pick) his children up from school.

Mr. Devlin said:“ Humans have a special ability to recognize people by seeing their 66 (face), but I really don’t have this ability.

Maybe a good way to imagine 67 it’s like to have prosopagnosia is to try and recognize people by what their hands look like.

If I 68 (see) my wife Katarina somewhere unexpected and she pretended not to know me, then I’m not sure I would know it was her. It often leaves me in some awkward situations, 69 (especial) when I don’t recognize the people 70 I should know or I think I know the people that I don’t.”

第四部分写作(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)

文中共有10处语言错误,每句中最多有两处。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()划掉。

修改:在错的词下画一横线,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.只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。

Dentists often ask questions when it is possible to answer. My dentist had pulled out one of my tooth

and had told me rest for a while. I tried to say everything , but my mouth was full of cotton . He knew

I collected match box and asked me whether my collection was growing. He then asked me that I liked

my new job in London. To these questions, I either nodded and made strange noises. Meanwhile, his tongue

was busy search out the hole where the tooth had been. I suddenly felt very worried about , but I could not

say anything. When the dentist finally finished his job, I told him that he had pulled out the wrong tooth.


笫二节书面表达(满分25分)

假定你是李华, 就读于华师一高一, 请你用英文写一封新给你父母,介绍你在学校这两个多月来英语学习上的情况。要点如下:

  1. 从惊讶、担忧、进步及对未来的信心四个方面谈英语学习的情况。

  2. 不可透露自己在华师一的班级、你的真实姓名及你的老师的姓名;

注意: 1. 词数100左右; 2. 可以适当增加细节, 以使行文连贯; 3. 开头语已为你写好。

Dear parents,

I have been studying in No.1 Middle School attached to CCNU for over two months.

.........

___________________________________________________________________________________

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________.

高一上期中英语参考答案

第一部分:听力部分

1-5 CAAAB 6-10 BBCBC 11-15 BAACC 16-20 BBACA

第二部分:阅读理解

21-25:BCDBA 26-30:ACCDA 31-35:BCACB 36-40:ECAFB

第三部分:完型填空

41---45 DACBA 46---50 CBDDB 51---55 DABBA 56---60 CACDC

第三部分:短文填空

61. from 62. known 63. a 64. but 65. picking

66. face 67. what 6 8. saw 69. especially 70. that/who/whom

第四部分:短文改错

Dentists often ask questions when it is possible to answer. My dentist had pulled out one of my tooth

impossible teeth

and had told me∧rest for a while. I tried to say everything , but my mouth was full of cotton . He knew

to something []

I collected match box and asked me whether my collection was growing. He then asked me that I liked []

boxes whether

my newjob in London.To these questions,I either nodded and made strange noises. Meanwhile, his tongue

or my

was busy search out the hole where the tooth had been. I suddenly felt very worried about , but I could not

searching about

say anything. When the dentist finally finished his job, I told him that he had pulled out the wrong tooth.

one Possible Version   

Dear parents,

I have been studying in No.1 Middle School attached to CCNU for over two months. This two months have seen my surprises , worries, and progress in English learning.

First, I was shocked to find myself surrounded by much better English learners when I started my English course. My English teacher’s language ability also puts what I have acquired in shade . Sometimes I even can’t follow my English teacher’s lectures . Secondly , my spoken English always embarrasses myself . I regret for what I ignored before . Thirdly, my vocabulary is still my concern . A larger vocabulary is required to follow the teacher in class for the way of teaching and learning is quite different here. I was upset when I saw my poor score of the test for Unit Two . Faced with all the difficulties , I was determined to fight . With the help of my teacher and my classmates , I have made progress . Now I can roughly understand what the teacher teaches in class despite a fewer problems.

Anyway , I am convinced that I will improve my English proficiency , though I still have a long way to go. There is always light at the end of the tunnel , I strongly believe.


Yours

Lihua

11 / 11


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