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 整理 资源来源网络(https://www.kuaiwen.net)” 资阳重点中学中学高2015届第六学期3月月考试题 英 语 第一部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分40分) 第一节 单项填空(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分) 1. My friend has returned from the UK. She at Oxford for four years, during which we communicated with each other on the Internet. A. studied B. has studied C. had studied D. has been 2. People are living in world where mouse clicks rule our life, so online searches have become must. A. the; / B. /;a C. a; a D. a; the 3. This sweater fits me, but I can’t afford to buy . I have to choose which is cheap enough for me. A. it; that B. that; it C. it; one D. that; the one 4. Whenever I enter the library, I see him at the back of the library reading. A. sit B. sat C. seating D. seated 5. many times, but he still couldn’t remember the Chinese meaning of this word. A. Having been told B. Although he had been told C. He had been told D. He has been teaching 6. —It is a long time I saw you last time. —Yes. And it will be a long time we see each other again. A. when; before B. after; when C. since; before D. since; until 7. As we all know, , the pollution will get worse and worse. A. not if carefully dealt with B. until not carefully dealt with C. if not carefully dealt with D. when not carefully dealt with 8. With time going by, we have come to realize that creativity is it takes to keep a nation highly competitive. A. what B. how C. why D. that 9. —Are you satisfied with what she has done? —Yes. It can’t be . A. any worse B. any better C. so well D. so bad 10. —Lucy has been fired by her boss. — She is late for work five times a week! A. Hardly surprising B. Forget it C. How come? D. Who knows? 第二节 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(A、B、C和D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。 The sun was shining when I got on No. 151 Bus. We passengers sat jammed together in heavy clothes. No one spoke. That's one of the 11 rules, which we take for granted. 12 we see the same faces every day, we prefer to 13 behind our newspapers. People who sit so close together are using those thin sheets of newsprint to keep their 14 . As the bus came near the Mile, a 15 suddenly rang out." 16 ! This is your driver speaking." We looked at the back of the driver's head. "Put your papers down. All of you." The 17 came down. "Now, turn and face the person next to you. Go 18 ." Surprisingly we all did it. Still no one smiled. I faced an old woman, her head wrapped in a red scarf(围巾). I saw her 19 every day. Our eyes met. We waited for the next 20 from the driver. "Now repeat after me. Good morning, neighbor!" Our voice were 21 . For many of us, these were the 22 words we had spoken that day. But we said them together, like 23 , to the strangers beside us. We couldn't help 24 . There was the feeling of relief that we were not being held up. But more, there was the sense of ice being 25 ." Good morning, neighbor." It was not so 26 after all. Some of us repeated it, others shook hands, many laughed. The bus driver said nothing more. He didn't 27 to. Not a single newspaper went back up. I heard laughter, a warm sound I had never heard before in 28 . When I reached my stop, I said 29 to my seatmate, and then jumped off the bus. That day was 30 off better than most. ( ) 11. A. unwritten B. strict C. bus D. city ( ) 12. A. As B. Because C. Although D. When ( ) 13. A. read B. hide C. talk D. sit ( ) 14. A. ways B. methods C. respect D. distance ( ) 15. A. voice B. warning C. suggestion D. message ( ) 16. A. Attention B. Minding C. Help D. Listen ( ) 17. A. driver B. passengers C. papers D. tears ( ) 18. A. on B. round C. ahead D. down ( ) 19. A. still B. nearly C. even D. hardly ( ) 20. A. turn B. talk C. order D. remark ( ) 21. A. loud B. neat C. slow D. weak ( ) 22. A. first B. last C. best D. only ( ) 23. A. passengers B. citizens C. patients D. schoolchildren ( ) 24. A. smiling B. crying C. shouting D. wondering ( ) 25. A. formed B. heated C. broken D. frozen ( ) 26. A. sad B. hard C. ordinary D. shy ( ) 27. A. need B. want C. like D. begin ( ) 28. A. my life B. other words C. public D. No. 151 Bus ( ) 29. A. good morning	B. good-bye C. hello D. thanks ( ) 30. A. starting B. seeing C. taking D. turning 第二部分 阅读理解(共两节,满分50分) 第三节 阅读理解(共20小题;每小 题2分,满分40分) 根据短文内容,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项。 A President Barack Obama has complained about the loss of privacy that comes with being leader of the United States, regretting the loss of simple pleasures such as a long walk or a trip to the car wash or supermarket. "I just miss—I miss being anonymous," he said. "I miss Saturday morning, rolling out of bed, not shaving, getting into my car with my girls, driving to the supermarket, squeezing the fruit, getting my car washed, taking walks. I can't take a walk." His dream, he said, was to "go through Central Park and watch folks passing by... spend the day watching people—I miss that". Faced with angry criticism for playing more golf than most previous occupants of the White House, he explained that the sport was simply the best way of getting away from it all. "It's the only excuse I have to get outside for four hours in a row, he told Hearst Magazines. Though he said he enjoyed his life in the White House, he felt disappointed with some of the ways of Washington, which he has failed in his pledge(保证) to change, such as the "kabuki dance( 日本歌伎舞)" among political parties before serious policy discussions begin. His comments may be seen as vindication(证实) by critics who have accused him of appearing too detached (超然的), and being slow to engage in vital issues such as Libya and the near shutdown of the US government last week. Since arriving at the White House in January 2009, Mr Obama has already racked up (得分)60 rounds of golf in office, more than George W. Bush did in his eight years. In terms of ability, Golf Digest magazine has ranked Mr Obama eighth out of the 18 presidents who played the game since it became established in the early 20th century. 31. What can be inferred from the first paragraph about Barack Obama after he became the US president? A. He liked living a busy life. B. He used to wash his car himself. C. He used to spend most of his time with his family. D. He is unhappy with being too frequently watched by the public. 32. Barack Obama's explanation to playing golf is . A. to keep fit B. to enjoy life C. to release his pressure D. to balance his work 33. Which one of the following statements is from the critics? A. The president is really a great golf player. B. There are always unnecessary procedures among political parties. C. The president lost a lot privacy, but he loves the life in the White House. D. The president seems to have no interest in some really important issues. 34. According to the text, which of the following statements is TRUE about Barack Obama? A. He regrets to become the US president. B. He has lost privacy ever since he became president. C. He couldn't play too much golf' because of people being angry with him. D. He is not good at playing golf compared with the other presidents who played golf. B Today's children are the "result" of the modern society. Our parents have jobs that keep them busy almost all day long. They only have a free day in a week. This doesn't allow them to keep an eye on their children. On the other hand, the modern society gives more freedom to the children than they could "handle". As a child, you don't know how to grow up by yourself until you reach a certain age. That is why you need school and parents to be by your side all the time. If you don't have either of them you may make a lot of mistakes. The social system of the modem society is very lenient especially with the children. Most of the children today are rebels(叛逆者). They are rude. They are given too much freedom by their families. This is their parents' mistake. They ought to know that the freedom they give to their children is misunderstood. For example it is a bad thing for a 17-year-old child to go out in the evening on weekends. Parents are also guilty of the way their children show up in the street or at school. The same guilt belongs to the teaching system as well. Pupils shouldn't be allowed to dress like they were on a fashion presentation at school. Another important fact we can think of regarding the freedom of children is their free will of spending money. Parents shouldn't allow their children to spend money on whatever they want. I think children are given too much freedom not only by their parents, but also by the society. The latter is more to be blamed! 35. The writer implies that parents' busy lifestyle . 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Europeans D. Americans D Why do people drink too much, eat too much ,smoke cigarettes or take drugs? What's to blame for all the bad behavior? Most people would say that, while these self-destructive(自我毁灭的) acts can have many root causes, they all have one obvious thing in common: they are all examples of failures of self-control, lacking the will power to resist them. According to a recent study, however, if you really think about it, something about that simple answer doesn't quite make sense. In fact, it turns out that sometimes it's having will power that really gets you into trouble. Think back to the time you took your very first sip(啜饮) of beer. Disgusting, wasn't it? When my father gave me my first taste of beer as a teenager, I wondered why anyone would voluntarily drink it. And smoking? No one enjoys their first cigarette—it tastes awful. So even though smoking, and drinking alcohol or coffee, can become temptation you need will power to resist, they never, ever start out that way. Just getting past those first horrible experiences actually requires a lot of self-control. Ironically, only those who can control themselves well, rather than give in to them, can ever come to someday develop a "taste" for Budweiser beer, Marlboro cigarettes, or dark-roasted Starbucks coffee. We do it for social acceptance. We force ourselves to consume alcohol, cigarettes, coffee and even illegal drugs, in order to seem experienced, grown-up, and cool. These bad habits aren't self-control failures—far from it. They are voluntary choices, and they are in fact self-control successes. Self-control is simply a tool to be put to some use, helpful or harmful. To live happy and productive lives, we need to develop not only our self-control ,but also the wisdom to make good decisions about when and where to apply it. 43. What do most people think causes bad behavior? A. Being forced by others. B. Enjoying their first experiences. C. Not having enough will power. D. Following the examples of their friends. 44. The author mentions his experience in the third paragraph to prove . A. will power helps develop bad habits sometimes B. drinking beer is harmful to the health of teenagers C. self-control should be developed when one is young D. everyone can be challenged by different temptations 45. In the last paragraph, the author stresses that . A. without self-control, no one can succeed B. applying self-control correctly is important C. bad habits don't always lead to bad results D. people can develop wisdom from bad behavior 46. What would be the best title for the passage? A. My First Sip of Beer B. Do You Have Will Power? C. Will Power Benefits Us D. 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What do Item 7.8431 and Item 78098 have in common according to this passage? A. They both sell well. B. They both can take photos. C. They both have unusual appearances. D. They are both cheap. 49. If you're a movie fan, you probably show strong interest in . A. Item 78098 B. Item 78431 C. Item 77281 D. Item 77918 50. Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage? A. In fact, Item 78098 cannot tell time. B. Item 77918 works as a DVD player. C. In a way, Item 77281 is user-friendly. D. All the items include rechargeable batteries. 第二节 补全对话(共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分) 根据对话内容,从对话后的选项中选出能填人空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项多余选项。 —Hello, darling. I've just heard I have to go to Italy for a couple of days. I am flying this evening. —Oh, David. 51 You know the Johnsons are coming around to see us tonight. —Yes, I know. But I can't help it. They'll have to come some other time. 52 —No, I am afraid we have to change all our plans. —All fight, David. 53 —I am taking the 7 o'clock plane to Rome. —Are you coming home before you go to the airport? —I am afraid I can't. 54 —What about your suitcase? —I am afraid you'll have to pack it for me. —And who is fetching it for you? —You'll bring it, darling. — 55 —Because you are coming with me. It's your birthday on Saturday and this trip is my birthday present for you. I'll meet you at the airport, three quarters before the flight. Don't forget anything and don't be late. See you later, darling. A . When exactly are you leaving then? B. I am still having a talk with my boss here. C. What's the matter? D. Why me? E. Do you really have to go? F. It's a pity that we have to change our plans. G. Then we won't be able to go to the theater tomorrow. 第三部分 写作(共三节,满分60分) 第一节 阅读表达(共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分) 阅读下面短文并回答问题,然后将答案写在对应的横线上(请注意问题后的词数要求)o Many students want to find friends on the Internet as a way of practicing their language skills and learning more about new cultures. Traditional pen pals were the primary source for such contacts, and students could write each other letters. With the Internet, finding friends has become much easier, and such relationships are called key pals. However, care and consideration should be given when finding friends on the Internet: Search the Internet for reputable (有信誉的)services. Look for reviews of such sites to learn more about other students' experiences. Don't join a service until you have done your research. Check to see if you can use a nickname, instead of your real name, to protect your identity. Never give personal information to anyone, including your home address, phone number, and birthday. Stop contact with others if you feel uncomfortable with the topics of conversation. Again, if you protect your identity, this will be easier to do. Tell your teachers, parents, or even local law enforcement(执法组) if problems arise. Try to use the language you are studying in the classroom in your communication with others. Ask appropriate questions that will also help you learn about other cultures. Remember that someone's personal experience might help you to understand a whole culture. You have to talk to many different people, and this will get you started. 56. Why do many students want to find friends on the Internet? (within 15 words) 57. What are the relationships between friends on the Internet called? (within 3 words) 58. What's the purpose of using a nickname on the Internet? (within 5 words) 59. How many pieces of advice does the writer give about finding friends on the Internet? (within 2 words) 60. What's the proper title for this passage? (within 6 words) 第二节 短文改错(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分) 假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文,请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。文中共有10处语言错误,每句中最多有两处。每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。 增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧),并在其下面写出该加的词。 删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。 修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。 注意:1.每处错误及其修改均仅限一词; 2.只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。 Zhang Xiaowen, who is sixteen, a middle school student in Northern China. She is one of the best student in her class and she was won an award for young scientists last year. When seating in the classroom she looks just like all her classmates. And after class her life is obvious different. She was born without the ability to use her legs and she has no feeling below the waist. She had to use a wheelchair to get around. And it often takes her a little long to do everyday things, such as getting out of bed, getting dressed and going to the school. So far she has created many programmes and one of which received an award at her province's science fair. 第三节 书面表达(满分35分) 假定你校要在今年11月25日感恩节(Thanksgiving Day)这天举办一次英语演讲竞赛,你将代表你班去参加比赛,请按以下内容要点准备一篇演讲稿。 1.对父母、老师的感恩; 2.对同窗好友、国家或社会的感恩; 3.你的人生态度。 参考词汇:衷心地heartily 注意: 1.词数:120左右; 2.可以适当增加细节,使行文连贯; 3.演讲稿的开头与结束语已为你写好(不计入总词数) Good morning, everyone! Today is Thanksgiving Day and I have the honor to make a speech here, full of thanks. Thank you for your listening. 资阳重点中学中学高2015届第六学3月月考试题 英 语 答 案 1—5ACCDC 6—10CCABA 11—15ACBDA 16—20ACCBC 21—25DADAC 26—30BADBA 31—35DCDBD 36—40BCACA 41—45DBCAB 46—50DABDC 51—55EGABD 56. Because they want to practice their language skills and learn more about other cultures. 57. key pals. 58. To protect one’s identity. 59. Six 60. Finding friends on the Internet. 短文改错 1. 第1句前加is 2. 第2句student→students 3. 第2句去掉was 4. 第3句seating→seated/sitting 5. 第4句And→But 6. 第4句obvious→obviously 7. 第6句had→has 8. 第7句long→longer 9.第7句去掉the 10. 第8句which→them 书面表达 Good morning, everyone! Today is Thanksgiving Day and I have the honor to make a speech here, full of thanks. This special day reminds me of the many people in my life worth thanking. Firstly, I heartily thank my parents for bringing me up, who have given me all I have, and thank my teachers for teaching me, from whom I have learnt a lot. Secondly, I should thank my school friends, without whose help, I can’t have made so much progress. Finally, I should show thanks to the country, guaranteeing us a peaceful world in which we live happily and grow up healthily. As is known to all, no one can live well alone. I will help those in need and try to become a person worthy of being thanked. Thank you for your listening. 资源来源网络,https://www.kuaiwen.net ·10· 
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